My god! Could it actually be? Why yes! Yes! Wes Craven's next horror flick, My Soul to Take (formerly 25/8), actually has a release date! Well, then. It's about time!
We've been talking about Kevin Smith's horror project Red State for several years now, and through it all a lack of funding has been what was keeping this baby at bay. Until now.
It seemed as if we'd be stuck on 'maybe' forever, but finally the official word has come to pass. The man who started it all will be back to begin anew, and Ghostface fans now have reason to cheer!
The first image of Felicia Day as Red, indulging in a much more contemporary horror take on the old Little Red Riding Hood fairy tale, has hit online, and we have it for ya hot lead included!
Another new poster for Platinum Dunes' A Nightmare on Elm Street reboot surfaced today -- they're calling this one a "banner" for some reason -- and of course we've got it here for you hot off the presses!
Ah, Twitter. You've changed everything in just 140 characters, haven't you? Some good news broke via the mini-blogging service that's bound to bring a big smile (or a huge grimace) to Resident Evil fans eagerly waiting for the fourth installment of the film franchise.
Just a few days ago the LA Times reported that director Wes Craven was aboard for the first entry into the trilogy of the born again slasher franchise, Scream 4. Turns out they were a bit premature in their findings.
Yet another behind-the-scenes still surfaced out of the swamps of Louisiana today showcasing the place one Mr. Crowley calls home. Not sure which is worse ... him or the gator infested waters! The image below just hit Twitter from director Adam Green, who writes: "Hello from the swamp. Victor Crowley lives!". Yep, indeed he does.
And the hype train has officially left the station for Platinum Dunes' redux of A Nightmare on Elm Street! Just hours after sites were allowed to put up their set visits and several new stills were released, comes the new one-sheet, which, we have to admit, we really dig!
Fred-heads everywhere have been wondering just when and where they will be able to see the next trailer for the Platinum Dunes remake of the Wes Craven classic A Nightmare on Elm Street! Through the wonders of Twitter the answer has come!
Production of Adam Green's Hatchet 2 has officially taken up residence on location in the swamps of Louisiana, and as you would expect, things are a bit wet -- and not just from the gallons of grue the crew members have been liberally splashing around!
In a move that no doubt has our own Foywonder writhing with anticipation, word came down on Twitter (a strangely viable source of news) today letting fans know that Roger Corman's long rumored monster movie Sharktopus is that much closer to becoming a reality.
Some info about two projects we've been watching closely spilled out today via Twitter: The official website for Adam Green's Frozen has some new additions, and Rob Zombie posted the promo artwork for his "CSI: Miami" episode.
It's just in the air, isn't it? As Adam Green's Hatchet 2 grows nearer to being filmed, you can almost smell the scent of blood and gore. Though that could also be remnants of last night's late night Taco Bell run, but still!
As announced last week Dread Central is hosting the special Paranormal Activity (DVD and Blu-ray review here) screening that's happening for one lucky fan in Massachusetts this evening and throughout the day we'll be posting pics from the event!