Been waiting for another sick, depraved and downright nasty horror film? Check out the press release and trailer below for Rob Zombie’s The Lords Of Salem, scheduled to be released on April 19, 2013.
The previous movie told the tale of Arkin, a petty thief who agreed to break in to one more house in order to help his ex-wife out of a financial scrape. The problem is that he isn’t the first intruder. The serial killer known simply as The Collector has booby trapped the house in order to have his way with the homes inhabitants. He’s called The Collector because he keeps one person from each invasion in a trunk. Guess how Arkin makes it to the sequel?
by Mike Favila, Reporter Dead Space Liberation is the third comic series in the Dead Space universe. Its the first title to come out on Titan Books, and you can tell they’re really proud of their release. While they’ve rereleased both the original Dead Space and Dead Space Salvage to catch readers up, Dead Space [...]
by Mike Favila, Reporter Set between the first Dead Space game and the animated film Dead Space: Aftermath, Dead Space Salvage is the 2nd salvo in the Dead Space comic universe. This is a reissue from Titan, reprinting the series initially put out by IDW. Like the previous volume, Dead Space Salvage is written [...]
In 1939, along the Russian border with Finland, Nazi Germany begins secret underground “Anti-Death” experiments on captured Russian soldiers. Two years later they abandon the experiments. All records are destroyed overnight by direct order of Adolph Hitler. The test subjects are piled into mass graves, and buried. Finland 1941 A small, elite unit of American [...]
By Jayden Leggett, Assistant Editor A fairytale strictly aimed at mature readers, Thicker Than Water is definitely not a fable suitable for children. For fans of B-grade slasher films however, this book should be right up their alley… Written and illustrated by Australian artist Frank Candiloro (check out some of his other artworks and short [...]
First things first, since no one had a better name for this I’m keeping Shock Value as the title for this venture into opiniondom. I’d also like to say hi to everyone that read my first article (I’ll call this weekend mom). So it appears that my big criteria for judging movies is the “entertain [...]
by Chris Learned Kane, Reporter Ever been on a roller coaster that had a particularly long lift hill? One that just ratchets away for what seems like an inordinate amount of time, pulling you at a glacial pace to the top of that first hill, and your nerves begin to sing with the anticipation and [...]
by Chris Learned Kane, Reporter It could be that one of the first movies to ever really scare me was a werewolf movie (An American Werewolf In London) or it could be that weary contrarian motif in my life, but given the choice between a werewolf or a vampire flick: I’ll gladly choose the former [...]
When filmmaker Ridley Scott returns to the evolution of sci-fi suspense, Prometheus is the natural selection to show us the creation of horror and the horror of creation. by Matt Sernaker and Kevin Gaussoin, Editors The official synopsis says “Ridley Scott, director of Alien and Blade Runner, returns to the genre he helped define. With [...]
Hey guys, the cellar door just flew open loudly. Let’s check it out!
by Aliki Taylor, Reviewer
Sure, we all love Joss Whedon and we’re already salivating over his upcoming blockbuster The Avengers, but Dollhouse has been off the air for a while, so what’s he been doing? It turns out he spoiled us years ago.
At the 2007 San Diego Comic-Con, Joss Whedon (Buffy, Angel, Firefly, Dollhouse) announced on stage that he and Drew Goddard (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Cloverfield) were co-writing something, describing, “It is a film called Cabin in the Woods, and it is the horror film to end all horror films. Literally. And more about that, I will not say.” Nearly five years later, we now know what he meant.
(Spoiler-free review ahead!)
The holidays are upon us, and with the season comes the hassle of shopping for those pesky gifts. Well here‘s a quick guide of the best horror I saw this year.
1. The Zombie Diaries – This is my #1 pick of the year for the horror genre. An innovative, small budget film from England, where monsters meet monsters.
2. Wizard of Gore – For the fan of the off-beat, surreal plot that needs to be watched more that once to be comprehended. And every time you watch there’s something new still. If you liked Videodrome, you’ll love this.
3. Diary of the Dead – The latest offering from the maestro, George Romero, this flick gives another prospective of the beginning of the outbreak. Actually I was hooked at George Romero.
4. Mother of Tears – Another flick from across the pond, this time Italy offers up it‘s own brand of horror through Dario Argento. Witchcraft, medieval killing devices, and Asia Argento, yippee ti yo ki yay.