Come October 21st you'll be able to dig on the latest UK horror import, Jon Wright's Tormented (review here), via IFC's Festival Direct Service. Who would have thought IFC would be such a huge supporter of thrills and chills! We're loving it!
Quirk Classics has had such great success with its Pride and Prejudice and Zombies that it's preparing a Deluxe Heirloom Edition of the best seller. Read on for all the details.
If this trailer is any indication of the finished product, the indie zombie/ghost/possession flick Haunting Kira looks like it could be a pretty fun ride. We've been deceived before, to be sure, but I'm curious to see more of this one. Come inside and check this one out.
It's been over a year since we got an update on Patrick Horvath's Die-ner (get it?), but today actor Daniel Schweiger, who plays a sheriff in the indie zombie flick, dropped us a line with some news.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Michael H. Cole, Tony Darrow, Paul Borghese, Kristyn Sammons, Dolan Wilson Directed by Byron Erwin "The Sopranos" meet 2000 Maniacs... That's the best way of describing Lynch Mob, a grisly, quirky horror comedy that pits Mafia mamalukes vs. Confederate cannibals.
One of our favorite indie flicks of the year remains writer/director Glenn McQuaid's I Sell the Dead so the opportunity to revisit its quirky characters is indeed welcome. How is that possible, you ask? By picking up the I Sell the Dead comic book that hits stores this Wednesday, October 7!
After a couple of weeks of some less than mainstream Motion Picture Purgatory installments, Trembles returns to the present day with his spin on Ruben Fleischer's Zombieland.
Not that there was much doubt due to the mass appeal of Woody Harrelson and comedies in general (even those of the splatterific variety), but we're happy to report that Zombieland (review here) grossed an estimated $25 million this weekend, landing it in the No. 1 spot for box office receipts.
A source close to the pre-production goings-on of Zebediah de Soto's Night of the Living Dead: Origins called in with some exclusive updated casting news that makes the 3D "American anime" sound better and better all the time. Mos Def is confirmed as Ben, and four more parts are in the final stages of negotiation.
Napoleon Dynamite himself, Jon Heder, will headline a new web series, Woke Up Dead, about a young man who finds himself plagued by ever worsening zombie-like symptoms.