It's not every project that gets Tom Savini to record a Kickstarter promotional video for them, but the folks behind Mary Doe did just that. These guys are going big time and are looking to raise funds to create their vision.
It's a sad day when a legend like Tom Savini has to take to the internet to get a film funded, isn't it? Though I guess that's just a reflection of the movie business these days, where even folks like Zach Braff and Spike Lee have to beg fans for money, the same way a teenager who wants to film a zombie movie in his mom's backyard does.
A year has passed, and another Texas Frightmare Weekend has come and gone! Last year TFW expanded dramatically with a much larger location to become the Southwest's premier horror con. This year they proved that isn't going to change anytime soon.
By the time that you read this, Twilight Time's limited edition Blu-ray of Tom Savini's 1990 version of Night of the Living dead has long been sold out. Unless you're looking to spend some serious cash on Amazon or eBay, you're just not going to be able to buy it. With that in mind...
Halloween Wars Returns to the Food Network TONIGHT; Judges Include Stars from Saw, True Blood, Twilight, and The Vampire Diaries
"Halloween Wars" returns to the Food Network for a second season tonight, October 7th, at 9pm ET/PT, and we have all the details on what's in store for this year's horror-centric judges.
Tom Savini's 1990 version of the George A. Romero classic Night of the Living Dead is coming to limited edition Blu-ray courtesy of Screen Archives Entertainment, and we've got the skinny on what to expect.
More goodies are coming out of Cannes for the Nazi-themed romper stomper The 4th Reich. Up next for you cats is some new sales art as well as a plot crunch so long you'll need a bookmark to get through it all.
Some pretty nifty necombats come out of Cannes concerning the latest Nazi-themed horror flick to come our way, The 4th Reich. Former "Game of Thrones" star Sean Bean has joined the ever growing cast, which includes Sean Pertwee, Tom Savini, and Craig Conway in Shaun Robert Smith's film.
The Theatre Bizarre is one of the more well received anthologies to come our way in recent years, but of course no film is ever fully reviewed until it gets the Trembles treatment. Read on to see what our crazy Canuck thought of it!
He robbed from the rich and gave to the poor. Now he’s going to eat the rich and maybe even the poor while he’s at it. That’s because in Robin Hood: Ghosts of Sherwood, he and his Merry Men are undead and haunting their famous forest. And it’s not a Syfy movie, either.
Image Entertainment announced today that they will be bringing the lunacy that is The Theatre Bizarre home to the masses, and we've got the scoop on what to expect once it arrives. Dig it!
How's that for a headline right out of a horror movie? While in all actuality what we're talking about here is far less dramatic, we just couldn't resist!