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November 13th, 2014
Reviewed by: Dave Gammon
Category: Book Reviews
November 11th, 2014
Reviewed by: Anton Cancre
Category: Book Reviews
Love the title of this one – ‘Digging Up The Marrow’. It’s coming at us for Director Adam Green, the dude behind the ‘Hatchet’ films. He’s been pretty quiet on the directors front the last few years but he’s back on the horse and ‘Digging Up The Marrow’ is getting ready to make its festival debut and will do just that when it rolls out at the upcoming Film4Fright Fest.
Director Green joined forces with … Continue reading
FX Network is gearing up its PR machine for this falls debut of the latest season of ‘American Horror Story’ and as we’ve been reporting for months this years emphasis will be ‘Freakshow’. Talk about some amazing fodder for a fantastic story!
As has been the model since day one- the short but strange promos have begun and here is the first one of the season:
Good news for all you fans of the FX series ‘The Strain’. Season two will happen! With seven episodes still to air in season one the network has seen enough to know that this one is a keeper.
Season two will also feature 13 episodes and will run the summer of 2015.
‘The Strain’ has done well for FX managing to become the #1 new show on cable. It deserves the title.
One of the darkest and most disturbing tales in Stephen Kings short story collection ‘Full Dark – No Stars’ is a riveting exercise in the origins of trust and how you never really ever know anyone – even when you’re sure you do. Loved the story and with King penning the screenplay for this adaptation – I think this one is going to be all good!
Official synopsis? Yeah, got it right here:
“When her … Continue reading
If you know horror (and if you’re here, you damn well better) then the name Mick Garris is one you are very familiar with. A director, author and all around nice guy Mr. Garris has been on the scene for many a year. He started his tour in horror as a journalist where he conducted many an interview with horror notables. You may remember his most recent interview show ‘Port Mortem” which aired on the … Continue reading
Reality TV – sucks doesn’t it? A once great notion has been driven into the ground and at least one person is sick and tired of stupid people getting famous – that would be the L.A. Slasher.
Director Michael Owen has crafted a little tale that goes like this:
“Incensed by the tabloid culture which celebrates it, the L.A. Slasher publicly abducts a series of reality TV stars, while the media and general public in … Continue reading
Elijah Wood has become quite the force in the horror genre of late and it would appear as if his streak is going to continue as a trailer has shown up for his next project – a found footage hybrid titled ‘Open Windows’.
There doesn’t appear to be any type of “official synopsis” and it’s probably a good thing as this one is a bit convoluted but in a nutshell it’s about Nick (played by … Continue reading
Yesterday we told you about the Kickstarter campaign to get Samurai Cop 2 off the ground. Today weâ€™re letting you know about the Samurai Cop screening in Seattle which takes place on Saturday, August 16, 2014. From the press release:
Special Guest: the Samurai Cop himself, Matt Hannon! Cross out the squares as the insanity unfolds onscreen. This unique, interactive cinema experience combines terrible action moviesâ€“screened on VHS!â€“with live comedy and BINGO. Hosted … Continue reading
THE VINCENT PRICE COLLECTION II
FEATURING THE FIRST-EVER BLU-RAYâ„˘ PRESENTATION OF
THE HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL (1959), THE RETURN OF THE FLY (1959),
THE COMEDY OF TERRORS (1963), THE RAVEN (1963),
THE LAST MAN ON EARTH (1964), THE TOMB OF LIGEIA (1964),
And DR. PHIBES RISES AGAIN (1972)
Samurai Cop, the 1991 cult film that still smacks of the 1980â€™s, has gained a large following due to its availability on VHS and now DVD (in a special edition on the latter). With the availability of digital cinema projection, the film has played to sold-out crowds on weekend midnight shows and continues to do so. If you havenâ€™t seen this film, youâ€™re in for a treat. Lovers of â€śItâ€™s so good, itâ€™s badâ€ť cinema … Continue reading
Talk about iconic cover art. I remember seeing this movie on the VHS shelves back in the old ‘mom and pop video store’ days and it just draws you towards it. A cult classic if there ever was one and those fine folks over at Blue Underground are about to give it its due with a kick ass Blu-ray release. It’s ‘Shockwaves’ and here are all the details you can stand.
Featuring a kick ass … Continue reading
Any of you who follow me here or on Horror News Radio know – I’m not the one to get overly excited about anything comic book or superhero related but I have to admit, I think this news is pretty damn cool.
DC Comics who of course are the home for The Dark Night and its assorted line of Batman spinoffs are going to head down a hard core horror path with a new series … Continue reading
Horrornews.net Giveaway of The Midnight Game on DVD courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment!Â Â Thanks to our friends at RMS | Romana Marketing Solutions for the opportunity. Giveaway rules are simple, email firstname.lastname@example.org and put “The Midnight Game” in the subject line.Â Â In the body of the email, please type your full name and complete mailing address.Â Â Winners will be chosen at random.Â Â US residents only.
THE MIDNIGHT GAME– On DVD August 12th, … Continue reading
Blanc/Biehn Productions Continue Hellevator Man Anthology with FX Master Vincent Guatinis’ â€śThe Future Executiveâ€ť
Mick Foley signs up to take you on the ride as the MAN himself! First-Time Director Vincent Guastini Brings Special Eye for Detail to Project
LOS ANGELES, CA, August 11, 2014 â€“ Jennifer Blanc-Biehn and Michael Biehnâ€™s indie production company Blanc/Biehn Productions (BBP) has just completed principal photography with first-time director Vincent Guastini on the short horror film … Continue reading
Writer and director Ivan Kavanaugh is ready to unleash his film ‘The Canal’ onto unsuspecting U.S. audiences on Oct. 10th via VOD, iTunes and select theaters and has brought forth a trailer to get us all in the mood and I’ve gotta say, nice job!
The synopsis for ‘The Canal’ is as follows:
“Sitting in an empty theater, a film archivist watches the grainy footage that will be his undoing. David and his wife are … Continue reading
If you’ve visited social media at all this past weekend you more than likely came across one or two of these awesome animations showing Scooby, Shaggy and the gang facing off against some of our most favorite modern day horror icons. If you’ve missed it then check these out:
Love it or hate it, we all watch it. Don’t try to say you don’t.
The SyFy Channel has become a staple of Halloween season TV viewing with its annual ’31 Days of Halloween’ programming slate and they have sent out a press release outlining some of the high points of what is heading our way.
Syfyâ€™s 2014 Fall Programming primetime lineup will feature the series premieres of “Z Nation” on September 12 … Continue reading
(Hamilton, ON) Aug 5 – This October, horror fans have a reason to get even more excited. The Hamilton Comic Con announced a “horror alley” featuring horror related celebrities and some of the biggest horror exhibitors in Ontario.
A number of cinema’s masked killers will be attending the event including Ken Kirzinger, known for the role of Jason Voorhees in Freddy vs. Jason. R.A. Mihailoff donned the iconic Leatherface mask in the 1990 cult classic … Continue reading
Surprised it has taken Lionsgate this long but word has come down that they are finally releasing a complete collection of their wildly popular ‘Saw’ franchise.
Sept. 23rd is when we can look for this one. Details are pretty sparse but what we do know is that the collection will feature all 7 films in their ‘uncut’ versions. I would assume that the special features that appeared on the original versions of all the … Continue reading
Synopsis: A musical theater troupe is stalked by a deranged killer, all to music!
When I first heard of Jerome Sableâ€™s Stage Fright (2014), my initial reaction was that it was a remake of Michele Soaviâ€™s superb 1987 directorial debut of the same name. After all, the genre has been overrun of late with remakes and reimaginings to keep up with the demands of home video and video-on-demand. More horror product and an … Continue reading