Despite the distinct possibility of head explosion, Ryan Murphy wants you to find a clue in his macabre mosaic tonight.
Mondo's record label is kicking off the new year with THE DEADLY SPAWN.
The Holiday season happened upon us once again and things, did indeed, get weird.
The Criterion Collection, in their mission to lend proper
treatment to significant cinema has always embraced genre landmarks and
oddities; having released an incredible ROSEMARY’S BABY Blu-ray and the
splendid WHEN HORROR CAME TO SHOCHIKU in recent months, alone. Their
clue-ridden, 2013 teaser image has gone out and it would seem even more
fantastic titles are on the way.
Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a wonderful Holiday season and I'm looking forward to all that is going on for "Fangoria's Dreadtime Stories" in 2013. I have some exciting news to share: Our goal for 2013 is to turn this audio series into a live action weekly television series. To that end, Tom DeFeo and I, producer Kim Dawson and writer Max Allan Collins, are working with a top production partner about the venture.
In my 2011 best-of list, I discussed how it had not been a
banner year for horror; I was especially critical of the studio releases. That
year, I sought solace in TV shows to feed my genre lust, and my list was
peppered with horror titles like DEXTER, THE WALKING DEAD, AMERICAN HORROR
STORY, GRIMM and UGLY AMERICANS. This year, however, I was happy to find some
stellar titles lurking in the feature world, a big improvement over 2011.
When I was about six years old, my parents took my brother
and I to Disney World for the first time. At such a young age, I experienced a
magic and awe that has no comparison. Walking through the park, going on the
rides was like being in an amazing movie. I even got to meet Mickey Mouse in
his dressing room after a show. The picture I took with him hung on my bedroom
wall until I was fifteen. While we went back when I was ten and since I was an
adult, I never thought the magic I experienced that first time could be matched
again. That is, until I got to visit Tom Savini’s house.
It's the holiday week; humorous JOHN DIES AT THE END and Eli Roth diversions abound!
The bloodsucking brood who formerly called themselves The
Hamiltons have a new name, they’ve moved to a new country and we’ve got an
exclusive excerpt from their latest screen adventure.
Are you tired of found-footage horror? Then have a laugh at
its expense with an exclusive TV ad for the upcoming spoof A HAUNTED HOUSE,
which you can see after the jump.
Don Coscarelli's awesome new bit of manic weirdness JOHN DIES AT THE END is on VOD, but if you're in NYC, you can catch it on the big screen for free, with the man himself!
Fango's January cover story and the latest "Guillermo del Toro Presents" is based off an eerie little short that's creeped plenty of festivalgoers something fierce. Now, the short makes its official online debut (in much better quality than before) with a brief introduction from del Toro!
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