Silent Hill 4 didn’t have a radio. Nor did it have a flashlight. Now those weren’t the only two reasons that Silent Hill 4 wasn’t as good as the rest of the series, but it’s still a good sign that

All right, so it’s a Dark Castle kind of morning, I guess. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that John Cusack just signed on for the psychological thriller (never want to confuse those with “horror” movies, folks) The Factory for Joel

I really don’t get it; out of nowhere comes this film Timber Falls, one of the most un-horror sounding tittles I’ve heard in a while, and it’s getting itself its very own theatrical release, albeit in a limited capacity. But

Reviewed by Paul McCannibal Starring Claudio Brook, Tina Romero, Suzanna Kamini, David Silva Directed by Juan Lopez Moctezuma Released by Mondo Macabro Hail Satan, Archfiend of Hades! Rise thee, worshippers of visual manifests unspooling from the fires below – you’ve not seen anything

No sooner has the announcement been made that George Romero was producing a new horror anthology series, Deadtime Stories (“Romero’s New Deadtime Stories” – November 2007), than we get word that the flick has already started filming in and around

Just the other day it was announced that Cold Prey, the world’s first Norwegian snowboarding slasher film, was finally seeing a release here in the States (“U.S. Release for Cold Prey” – November 2007), and already a sequel is in