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Halo-8 Entertainment has secured North American distribution rights to the manic, twisted, drug-infused ""Pop Skull"," an award-winning psychological horror film directed and co-written by Adam Wingard ("Home Sick"), starring and co-written by newcomer Lane Hughes, co-written and co-produced by E.L. Show More Summary
The After Dark Horror Fest debuted the incredible French horror film "Frontiers" a couple of years back. Now a new European horror film has joined the lineup for next year's fest, which will be playing a cineplex near you. NorwegianShow More Summary
Don't you just hate it when your town is engulfed by a disease that makes people homicidal -- and you can't get a cel phone signal to call for help? Here's the trailer for next year's remake of George Romero's "The Crazies." Actually looks pretty good. It hits screens February 26. ....
Well, Sony isn't releasing "Blood on Satan's Claw" and "Vampire Lovers," like so many of us have hoped. But they are putting out a horror DVD line this fall entitled "Horror Unleashed," replete with a microsite that you can find here. Plus they are unveiling clips from the line of low-priced horror DVDs. First up, "Zombie Strippers." ..
The ParanormalMovie.com website has been deluged with over 230,000 "demands" from coast-to-coast, prompting Paramount Pictures to expand the new thriller PARANORMAL ACTIVITY to 20-additional cities across the country beginning this Friday,...Show More Summary
This little news nugget appeared at the bottom of an article about Italian director Luca Guadagnino. Guadagnino also said plans are on track for his First Sun shingle to produce the long-in-gestation remake of Dario Argento's 1977 cult hit "Suspiria." It will be helmed by David Gordon Green with a 2010 shooting date. No word on whether Natalie Portman is still going to star.....
Expect many more 3D horror films in the coming year, as "The Final Destination" is a certified box office hit, despite being the worst in the franchise. The movie was number one again over the long weekend. Reports Box Office Mojo: Falling...Show More Summary
Who is Alan Gibson? A pretty decent Hammer horror director whose "Crescendo" recently made its way to DVD via Warner Bros. archives. Now his much sought after 1970 horror thriller "Goodbye Gemini" (aka "Twinsanity") is heading to DVD...Show More Summary
"Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer" will hit high definition when Dark Sky Films releases the film on Blu-ray for the first time. The disc, which includes by director commentary, deleted scenes, documentaries and other extras, arrives...Show More Summary
I appear to be in the minority as I kind of liked "Halloween II" (review coming soon). But apparently the box office of the film was so below expectations, that it may have killed Dimension Films, Deadline Hollywood is reporting. The legendary Weinstein Bros. Show More Summary
Two horror movies received R ratings on Wednesday from MPAA. "Night of the Demons" has been declared R, because of "bloody horror violence/gore and language throughout, some sexuality, nudity and drug use." No word yet on whether that...Show More Summary
Before "My Bloody Valentine," the 3D remake hit screens, Lionsgate unleashed the previously unseen uncut version of the original movie. Now that same title is joining "Cujo," "The Monster Squad", "Angel Heart" and "Frailty" (voted by...Show More Summary
A huge, mess-load of titles are coming to Blu-Ray and DVD this month. Too many to fathom. There's nothing earth shattering, other than the DVD release, finally, of "Phantasm II" from Universal. But there are some major titles hitting Blu-Ray. Among them: "An American Werewolf in London," "Freddy vs. Show More Summary
The Best Horror Movie nominees are "Dead Snow," "Drag Me to Hell", "Friday the 13th", "Let the Right One In", "My Bloody Valentine", and "Splinter". Among the other horror related nominations are: BEST ACTOR IN A HORROR MOVIE OR TV SHOW -------------------------------------- Bruce Campbell; "My Name is Bruce" Michael C. Show More Summary
With "Halloween II" failing to beat its 3D competitor at the box office, the Weinstein Bros. have announced a 3D sequel to Zombie's film. From today's L.A. Times: "Halloween II" may not have won the box office this weekend, but Weinstein Co. Show More Summary
Despite both films' negative reviews, "Halloween II" managed to take a beating at the box office from "The Final Destination." The fourth "FD" film scored $10.9 million on Friday to $7.65 million for Rob Zombie's "Halloween II.".....
On September 11-12, 2009, The Riverside Drive-In Theatre in Vandgergrift, PA will host "Drive-In Super Monster-Rama". This drive-in event will present two big nights and an amazing lineup of excellent horror films, vintage trailers and short subjects, all in 35mm. Show More Summary
It's undeniably the most hotly anticipated horror movie of the coming year -- from the makers of the original "Descent" and "Eden Lake"! The French get to see it on October 14! Director Jon Harris was the editor for the incredible "Eden...Show More Summary
There was some news a while back that Gore Verbinski, helmer of "Pirates of the Carribean", was set to direct the adaptation of the videogame "Bioshock." Then, the deal apparently fell through. Now, in what is even better news, JuanShow More Summary
Mya DVD reports that "Island of the Fishmen," which was going to hit DVD stores in July, is now back on track for a release. Plus, Mya has announced the release of a previously unavailable, and very gory, Paul Naschy film. First, here's...Show More Summary