Thursday, November 20th, 2014
Looking for a shitty christmas gift, for those people on your holiday gift list, that you don’t really like? Maybe you’d rather eat shit than another damn fruitcake? Show your Christmas spirit with this awesome, limited edition Human Centipede Christmas sweater?! Click the image to see it in all of it’s full-of-crap glory! Oh, and buy it here.
A while back, a good friend of ours turned us on to an absolutely brilliant horror short called Brutal Relax from 2010. The insanely funny/gory short is only about 15 minutes long, but it’s one of the best things you’ll see all week. At the risk of ruining it, I’m not going to tell you what it’s about, you can just thank us later. Do yourself a favor and check it out.
Join Mister Babadook in his evil plans for world domination by helping him get his very own pop up book published, and score yourself a copy in the process! The Babadook was the breakout horror hit of Sundance 2014, and has been terrorising audiences around the world ever since. This creepy, expertly crafted feature has been a critical and audience scare favorite, winning a slew of awards for best film, best actress, best director etc. Mister Babadook is also the name of the pop-up book in the film.
One of Lucio Fulci’s best films, The Beyond, is coming to Blu-ray high definition, and we’ve got the initial details along with a peek at the box art for you! According to Grindhouse Releasing on Facebook, The Beyond will be arriving on February 10, 2015, in a super-deluxe 3-disc special edition. Continue reading for a look at the glow in the dark cover art.
Magnet Releasing has acquired US rights to [REC]4: Apocalypse, the fourth and final entry in the groundbreaking and terrifying [REC] horror series. [REC]4 was directed by Jaume Balagueró, co-director of the first two films who returns for the climax of the series. Whereas [REC]3 took a slight tonal detour towards horror-comedy, [REC]4 is a return to the intense thrills and scares that helped make the [REC] franchise one of the most beloved in the horror genre. Magnet will release the film day and date in theaters, on iTunes and OnRead More
The dating scene is tough, even more so when you’re a lovelorn vampire. So, aside from picturing them naked, what do you do when your date turns out to be a complete bore? Find out in this bloody new clip from What We Do In The Shadows. Metrodome will release in UK cinemas November 21. The film is a mockumentary/comedy written, directed by, and starring Jemaine Clement
The credible journalists over at TMZ have confirmed that the various seasons of FX’s American Horror Story in fact do connect, while also revealing some explosive news. According to the site, a script from a critical scene of American Horror Story: Freak Show has been STOLEN and is being shopped around to media outlets. The theft occurred on set during a filming last week in New Orleans, and they’re told one of the actors was reading a script and left some pages behind and someone pilfered them.
Well, the news just keeps pouring out of the Muck camp. On Friday, we caught up with Kane Hodder, writer/director Steve Wolsh, and its prequel star Raquel Pomplun. Today, we are proud to present an exclusive clip from the film as Wolsh tries to introduces the world to his nightmare. We’ve been getting so many questions about our monsters/bad guys and also “What’s in the Muck??? Well, we can’t tell horror fans just yet, but we can tell you that you’ve NEVER seen anything like them before. They’re not zombies, vampires, werewolves, or ghosts. TheyRead More
CBS Films’ Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark adaptation is now in some safe hands, and could be tipping off someone else involved. Deadline reports that BAFTA-nominated John August – who is a regular Tim Burton collaborator, penning both Big Fish and Frankenweenie – will adapt the iconic book series by Alvin Schwartz that had children of the ’80s and ’90s hearing bumps in the night.
Back in October Noomi Rapace, who plays Elizabeth Shaw in Prometheus, exclaimed that God or the Devil will appear in Ridley Scott’s planned sequel. Scott refutes this a bit in a new interview with The Austrailian. In it, he explains that the script, which is “written (and)…really good,” is “fresh” and “getting away from gods and dragons and shit. If I see one more dragon I’m going to shoot myself. Stop the dragons.” Scott describes his original Alien as “the definitive dragon and he’s a motherfucker. The alien’s real which is whyRead More