A pair of hired Gunns are now on board the remake of Fred Dekker’s 1987 monster mash.
Next year's prequel to John Carpenter's THE THING has a release date, hit the jump to find out when!
Earlier today, it was announced that the character of Carl Grimes had been cast (click here to find out who). Now, the first pic of Carl’s dad, police officer Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), has hit the web.
A mystery writer for more than 20 years before striking it big with her TRUE BLOOD series, Charlaine Harris is the featured subject of Bluewater Productions’ FEMALE FORCE biography comic due in stores June 16.
Neil Marshall’s CENTURION takes place in 117 A.D. and focuses on the conflict between a group of Roman soldiers and a savage tribe known as the Picts. Check the red band trailer after the jump.
Choosing the big-screen fate of the eight FANGORIA FrightFest movies begins this coming Monday, June 21, and one of the films yearning for your votes to win a theatrical release in the on-line sweepstakes (go here for more details) is the Australian DUEL-inspired thriller ROAD KILL (a.k.a. ROAD TRAIN). See the exclusive DVD art below the jump!
Anyone who has caught the Belgian chiller AMER at one of its festival screenings so far will tell you that it cries out to be seen on a big screen, and U.S. fans are going to get the chance this fall. Fango got the word on when and where the giallo homage will begin its Stateside theatrical release.
Who’s Carl Grimes? He’s the young son of Rick Grimes-a small-town police officer from Kentucky and the AMC show’s male lead-and a crucial character in Robert Kirkman’s zombie comic. Find out after the jump the name of the actor who will be joining a cast that includes Jon Bernthal, Jeffrey DeMunn, Sarah Wayne Callies, Laurie Holden, Steven Yeun, Michael Rooker and Andrew Lincoln.
I am a huge admirer of European—specifically Italian—horror films. I love them for their decadence, for their wide-eyed, saturated melodrama, exaggerated violence and glorious music and sound design. And when I say “huge admirer,” what I’m really trying to articulate in a more respectable and somber manner is that I f**king worship Eurohorror so much that a great deal of my outlook on life is creatively informed by them. Pay attention to current and upcoming features in FANGORIA, and you’ll see me always carving out space for some of the greatest works and filmmakers behind them. Self-indulgent? You bet, but I know I’m not alone in my passions…
Yesterday, another casting announcement (actor Nico Tortorella) and character breakdowns were released for next spring’s return to Woodsboro. I thought with that relevant news I’d finally give a voice to the brainwaves that tell me, against my better judgment in a horror climate rampant with terrible studio output, I’m unabashedly excited for SCREAM 4.
A wide spectrum of famous names from the horror field offer their views on the genre in NIGHTMARES IN RED, WHITE AND BLUE, written and produced by Joseph Maddrey and based on his book of the same title. The documentary, directed and edited by Andrew Monument, now has set release dates in a variety of media.
Beginning this Thursday, the L.A. Film Festival (see our previous item on the genre flicks showing) will get underway and world premiering is the latest collaboration between Dark Sky and Larry Fessenden's Glass Eye Pix, the first horror outing from indie director Joe Maggio, BITTER FEAST. The debut trailer for the film has popped up in conjunction with the fest, so hit the jump and check it out below!
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