It’s not the first time it’s happened, both John Brahm and Hugo Fregonese have tackled them in the past, so it shouldn't be surprising that another remake of Alfred Hitchock’s The Lodger is being planned, this time under the eye
Though the details are few and far between right now, it seems Universal is still interested to see what this wacky "horror genre" can do for them down the road.
The Hollywood Reporter got word today that Universal has nabbed a
Right around the time we revealed to you that The Grudge 2 was getting ready to undergo re-shoots in Chicago, the word came down that another Ghost House pic, The Messengers, was going back in front of cameras as well,
I’m not sure how close to becoming a reality it actually is, but we just got a heads-up from long-time reader Markus that Edward Lee just semi-officially announced over on the boards for Horror World that a movie based on
Fox Atomic just posted a slice from upcoming horror film Turistas over at its official site. I hesitate to even really call it a clip; it’s more of a series of random, disturbing images that seem to be set around
I don’t know about you, but to me it really feels like there should be more buzz around the feature length debut for Nacho Cerda, whom most fans will recall as the director of the incredibly shocking and disturbing short
Why the decision was made to ditch the snazzy original and much cooler Masters of Horror DVD artwork for the horridly generic direct-to-video style look (complete with a close-up of the main character looking ever so pensive) is anyone's guess.
In an odd twist of events (there's always a twist when talking about any film in the Saw franchise), Lionsgate has chosen not to include the first scene from Saw III (which we first reported on here) along with their
We told you about the first film from Rue Morgue Cinema right here, even got to show off the first still from it, and with that came the fantastic news that the short, The Eyes of Edward James, had been
Fangoria and fuseTV have teamed to bring the world the first-ever televised Chainsaw Awards; this you know already. What you probably don’t know is when or where they’ll be shooting said awards, nor when they will be on the channel
The official site for Feast (review), the long-awaited "Project Greenlight" film that horror fans have been clamoring for since the show ended, has finally opened its doors to the public. There’s not a lot there right now, just some info
Word just came down from the man himself, J. T. (Soft For Digging) Petty, that the official site for his documentary about voyeurism and underground horror, S&Man (review), has finally expanded out from a simple logo to feature all sorts
...Probably not, no, but thanks to Brennan for pointing it out! In fact, I would almost be willing to put money on it not coming from anywhere near Rob Zombie/Dimension Films, but it’s still cool to see the fans with