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Friday, May 2nd, 2014


Halloween 3 is Official, and 3D…Yeah, For Real.

If you somehow enjoyed the Rob Zombie steaming pile of prequel/remake of the 1978 John Carpenter classic Halloween, you’ll probably be excited to know Halloween 3D has been rumored, confirmed, and announced. Sometimes reboots are awesome (Friday the 13th), sometimes they’re terrible (A Nightmare on Elm Street) and sometimes you’re force fed a big bag of doo doo. Sometimes, you just gotta eat the doo doo.

Kevin Smith Brings Krampus Back To Christmas


Remember when Kevin Smith said something to the effect of “I’m going to make Clerks 3, then retire”? Apparently that’s coming after a few directorial detours. Looks like Smith is will be making a third horror film, Anti-Claus. He just wrapped up Tusk and is recycling a good part of the cast (Justin Long, Haley Joel Osment, Genesis Rodriguez and Michael Parks) for his Christmas Krampus contribution. Smith says: “When I was a kid, if they wanted to make a Christmas horror movie, they’d stick an axe in Santa’s hands. In Anti-Claus we leave Santa alone and creepRead More

Week End Toy Update George Romero, Ghostface, Powerslave Eddie

George A Romero Toy

It’s no secret we love toys, we also love horror movies, so for all you math whiz types out there; toys+horror= complete awesomeness! Since NECA, Mondo and other companies keep churning out incredible horror collectibles; we’ve decided to bring you a weekly toy update! Isn’t that better than a toy update every other day?! Here’s three sweet new “action figures” that were recently announced. You’re welcome. George A Romero by Mondo Mondo isn’t just known for breath taking posters, they now can add toys to their catalog, and what better wayRead More

House Of The Dead 2 – It’s Better Than The First One!

House of the Dead II (2005)

It’s really sad when a horror movie has some wonderful ideas but surrounds them with cliches. House of the Dead 2 is a great idea for an adaptation of a video game:  It doesn’t dump a bunch of kids or average joes into a zombie apocalypse and expects them to survive.  No.  It uses soldiers, and the reasoning for “invading” is valid and realistic.  It even explores some interesting concepts like a mosquito’s role with the undead.  Hell, even the finale is an interesting twist. However, there’s a bit of bad hereRead More