Mondays are usually pretty blah. It's for THAT very reason we sat on these latest clips from Chris Nahon's Blood: The Last Vampire until today! Get ready for a little sword-swinging demon fighting to go with the usual complaining about your job and clock watching! Synopsis
Hungry to get a taste of Park Chan-wook's vampire based horror comedy Thirst? Well then, get ready to lick up the latest trailer courtesy of Focus Features!
Taking a page out of Korea's book, Focus Features released the official domestic one-sheet for Park Chan-wook's vampire opus Thirst, which like the Korean poster is void of most of the original poster's naughty bits!
If you saw The Phantom, then you've seen Billy Zane slam evil. But can he survive it? Surviving Evil casts Zane as a TV survival host whose show taping on a remote Philippine island becomes that much more dangerous when they disturb the domain of an Aswang, a hideous ghoul of Filipino lore.
Tony Scott’s 1983 vampire flick The Hunger, about Egyptian vampire Miriam Blaylock’s seduction of a young female doctor, might receive the sequel treatment in the very near future – if the British filmmaker has anything to say about it.
One thing's certain -- Samuel Goldwyn Films and Sony are pulling out all the stops to make sure people are aware of the upcoming Blood: The Last Vampire, which is being released July 10, 2009. Not only have they posted the first five minutes of the film, which you can watch here, but today they provided us with 20(!) brand-new stills.
When writing a quick review of the series premiere of True Blood last September, I cited its "unflinching eroticism and brutality" and hailed it as "poised to take its rightful place in the pantheon of great vampire epics."
Viral marketing campaigns are nothing new, but HBO has really taken it to the next level with its promotion of "True Blood", which begins its second season this coming Sunday, June 14th.
Is there any more enduring horror icon than the vampire? Sure, zombies have their fans, but overall vamps seem to rule the day. So it makes perfect sense they finally have a convention all their own: Vampire-Con, running August 14th–16th, 2009, in Hollywood, CA.
Man, it sure is hard to wait until Sunday, isn't it? That's when "True Blood" Season 2 premieres at 9PM (EST). Having seen the first few episodes already (look for a review soon), we can tell you that things kick off in high gear and do not show any signs of slowing down. If you need a little preview of things to come, we've got your hook-up!
Say you want about the upcoming Twilight sequel, New Moon; it has some serious star power. Much more so than its predecessor considering names like Michael Sheen and Dakota Fanning are attached.
Hitting bookstores across the country on June 2nd, is the first book in a horrifying trilogy co-authored by horror-meister Guillermo del Toro and thriller/mystery award-winner Chuck Hogan. The Strain is but an introduction to some of the most horrific vampires to be seen or read about in QUITE some time (apologies to those folks who enjoy the romantic vampire novels – not my thing).
Park Chan-wook’s Thirst was a killer at the Cannes Film Festival so it’s no surprise that its North American distributor, Focus Features, is gearing up to get the bloodsucker opus into theaters while the buzz is still baking.
”So, a werewolf, a vampire and a ghost all live together in a house …” If that premise sounds like the beginning of a joke, it’s because it is … sort of. BBC America is gearing up to debut Being Human, a horror-comedy about three twenty-somethings, each of whom happens to be a supernatural being.
Whenever we do a story about Twilight or its upcoming sequels, we inevitably get inundated with comments from hardcore horror fans demanding more Twilight news. More Twilight, you all demand. Know who else can't get enough Twilight?