Out of all the incredibly cool enemies Godzilla has faced over the decades, none of them can really compare to Mechagodzilla. That's a matter of opinion, of course, but chances are the mechanized extraterrestrial lands somewhere in your top five. Famously
Not to be confused with Andy Muschietti's upcoming adaptation of Stephen King's IT, Max Payne director John Moore's I.T. thrusts acclaimed actor Pierce Brosnan inside the perilous world of smart houses. Everything's fine and dandy, of course, until an I.T.
While there's certainly no shortage of zombie-oriented comedies on the market these days, only a handful of these endeavors can claim to be award-winning. Director Alex Drummond's Killer Party (previously known as The Shower) has earned a few accolades, and
Writer/director Jeremy Saulnier (Murder Party, Blue Ruin) has won all sorts of acclaim for his latest thriller Green Room, which stars Imogen Poots, Anton Yelchin, and the impossibly awesome Patrick Stewart. If you live in or around the Chicago area,
It's difficult to get excited about the Hellraiser franchise these days. It's so far removed from where it began that most people have written it off entirely. Regardless, special effects mastermind Gary Tunnicliffe currently has his hands full with the
I've always heard that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but damn -- Marvel's American Kaiju looks a hell of a lot like Godzilla. I'm not much of a comic book guy these days (although I still keep up
SGL Entertainment plans to unleash director Michael S. Rodriguez's The Last American Horror Show at some point next year. Chances are, given that we're still pretty early in 2016 and have a ton of other like-minded horror flicks to check
I'm honestly a little surprised that it took someone this long to put together a film called Attack of the Killer Donuts. And, yes, I'm a little jealous that I didn't conjure that idea before someone else. Kudos to director
Although most of us probably have fond memories of the ice cream man, the whole "peddling sweets from a truck" thing is inherently creepy. Apparently the people behind the upcoming retro horror flick The Ice Cream Truck feel the same
Forgot the Oscars or the Golden Globes -- the Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards are pretty much all that matter if you're a person who lives, breathes, and bleeds horror. Since mainstream organizations still tend to thumb their noses and
We first reported on the crowdfunding campaign for the animated horror flick Malevolent last month. Back then, you still had plenty of time to ponder if you wanted to contribute to the movie's official Indiegogo endeavor. But time is quickly
Director Darren Lynn Bousman has carved out a pretty slick slice of the genre for himself by injecting some musical numbers in-between scenes of blood-soaked cinematic mayhem. His most recent journey through the horrific realm of song and dance, Alleluia!
Director Rudolf Buitendach's upcoming thriller Selling Isobel tackles the very real day-to-day horrors of the sex trade. Based on a true story, the film takes a deep, dark look into a world most of us will thankfully never experience. And
After 80 years in the making, Atlus Press, along with Edgar Rice Burroughs Inc. and DeVito ArtWorks, LLC, are finally unleashing King Kong vs. Tarzan, a project many folks never thought would never see the light of day. King Kong writer
Writer/director Mike Gasaway, the Emmy-nominated director of the acclaimed cartoon shows Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius and Back at the Barnyard, has a completely different project in the works. Instead of tackling another kid-friendly project, Gasaway decided to delve deep into