Greg Nicotero is bringing back one of our favorite Horror anthologies to the small screen. Creepshow the collaboration originally spawned by George Romero and Stephen King the gave us the chills at the cinemas was a clear precursor to the idea of the Horror Anthology
It's after one in the morning and I've just now seen the trailer to something that looks like a movie that is finally up my alley. Finally a movie that can keep my attention. "Sorry, To Bother You" was a great film, I loved it.
Back 40 Productions announced production has begun on a retelling of David Cronenberg's 1977 film RABID with Jen & Sylvia Soska (Dead Hooker in a Trunk, American Mary and See No Evil 2) and John Serge directing the film.
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As reported by BloodDisgusting.com, Robert Zemeckis is in negotiation to direct the latest adaptation of Roald Dahl's book. The previous adaptation was Jim Henson's last film which starred Angelica Huston. That film was a family friendly although a bit horrifying tale of a young boy
Looks like after a historically unnecessary edit of the original film by the film studio that shall not be named and almost 20 years of waiting before a directors cut would see the light of day as well a comic book run with BOOM STUDIOs,
It's not surprising or outrageous to say that Stranger Things opened a pandora box of nostalgic creativity from film makers. Now in production for it's third season the Netflix series has rekindled the flames in the hearts of many still beating hearts of my generation.
A look at a few 80s horror video games that may have slipped through the cracks
The dead walk! The sky is burning! Behold, a pale horse! Plus, Bryan actually played the NES Jekyll & Hyde game for a whole half-hour! Slick that hair back and polish your fangs, it's time for another Grab Bag!
In my opinion the super-power of art house Horror films. Suspiria is the first of Dario Argento’s Three Mothers Trilogy (Suspiria, Inferno, The Mother of Tears); each film revolving around one of three ancient mothers, a trio of powerful negative witches that seek to wreck
Another Japan-only game from Namco, and in fact its first 16-bit arcade platformer. Bryan takes a look at the good, the bad, and the very ugly of Yokai Dochuki.
One of the greatest horror films ever made is Peter Jackson’s Dead Alive. Originally or alternately titled Brain Dead, this is Peter Jackson’s third film after BAD TASTE (1987) and Meet the Feebles (1989).
Debuting at the 2014 SXSW Film Festival, Director Tony Wash's wickedly entertaining The Muck possesses everything you would expect from a filmmaker whose glossy aesthetic is gleaming with 1980's nostalgia.