Tweet Vampire a Go-Go, by Victor Gischler was as ridiculously awesome as his last novel, Go-Go Girls of the Apocalypse. As you may have guessed from the titles, Gishler does not write serious novels. In fact, he’s kind of like the Tarantino of horror fiction, and it makes me very happy. He has written a […]
Tweet I realize that I am late to the party when it comes to Carrion Comfort by Dan Simmons. To be perfectly honest, I am 20 years late to the party, and the edition I picked up is the special anniversary re-issue. Be that as it may, Carrion Comfort is an epic novel, both in […]
First official Scre4m teaser poster w/ an official release date and a new Jonah Hex movie poster
You’ve been invited to your own murder. Be sure to come in costume.
Awhile back, we posted an interview with director Chris Seaver and he mentioned a couple of his films that were around the bend. Well, that day has arrived.
A blood-splattered, punk rock fueled romp celebrating zombies, dick jokes, serial murder, and skate boarding.
Tweet Greetings, readers. The issue of remakes is a big one in the horror community at the moment, particularly with the remake/reimagining/rewhatever of A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET coming out tomorrow. So at the moment there’s a lot of people in the horror community typing furiously on the topic of remakes — for them, against […]
I’ve always been a fan of great artwork, and nothing shows great work like a badass horror movie tattoo. So here’s a handful for you to enjoy!
Tweet After sitting in development hell, The Thing prequel is starting to move along. Universal Pictures tried to create a four-hour sequel to The Thing hoping to air the series on the Syfy Channel. When that failed to happened, the made the next logical move with the property – make it a feature movie. So, […]
Tweet Splice made quite an impression at Sundance this year. Those of us who did not get a chance to see the film at Sundance can check out the new trailer for Splice to see what the hype is about. Synopsis: Clive (Adrien Brody) and Elsa (Sarah Polley) are young, brilliant, and ambitious. The new […]
Tweet I know what you’re thinking. “A video book review? Is that really necessary?” Yes, yes it is. “Trick ‘r Treat: Tales of Mayhem, Mystery, and Mischief” is a companion book to the movie “Trick R Treat” and is one the most unique books this horror fan has ever had the pleasure of purchasing. Check […]
Tweet If you were to search out Midwest indie film makers, you couldn’t truly cover the whole spectrum of things without knowing who Andy and Luke Campbell are and their company, Compound Pictures. Originally based out of the Akron/Cleveland Ohio area, these brothers took their love of low budget splatter films, as well as their hometown area, […]
Tweet Let me start this review with two clarifications. The first is that Blockade Billy by Stephen King isn’t technically a novel. It is a novella, but seeing as how it is new Stephen King, and a limited edition press run, I feel that it is more than adequate to be reviewed on the site. […]
Picture this: It’s year 3019. The worlds been laid to ruins by the interplanetary turmoil. There are a few select villages still hanging on for survival. You’re in a constant fight for food and drinking water and you’ve outfitted yourself and your vehicle with armored spikes.
Remake producer extraordinaire Brad Fuller (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Friday the 13th, Nightmare on Elm Street) recently spoke with the folks at Bloody Disgusting about several Platinum Dunes projects in the works. He mostly talks about the untitled Michael Bay film “Ouija”. Fuller also drops some hints about some fan favorites that will surely