Writer-director Fred M. Andrews’ LOCKJAW—which sounds an awful lot like Jim Gillespie’s VENOM—has cast four more actors. Read on for the info!
Fango nabbed a look at this week's NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET premiere out in Los Angeles, read on to check it out!
Making its premiere at Cannes, Quentin Dupieux’s RUBBER is about an angry psychic tire that likes to blow up things. For real. Read on for more!
Jackyl frontman and star of TruTV’s Full Throttle Saloon, Jesse James Dupree stopped by the Fango office to talk about Jackyl’s new album, WHEN MOONSHINE AND DYNAMITE COLLIDE (available 5/04/2010). Check it out below!
THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE (FIRST SEQUENCE) is one of the bigger shams to appear on the horror scene in recent years. This isn’t a movie, it’s a 93-minute stunt, one that takes a single idea that could have sufficed as the punchline for a 10-minute short and wraps it in a feature’s worth of ineffective genre tropes and clichés.
With the current craze for sequels and movies in 3-D, speculation has flown around the web that director Joe Dante will return to his hit creature franchise and helm GREMLINS 3-D. But don’t believe everything you read.
The long saga of THE DARK TOWER’s trek to the screen has just taken another turn, as J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot company no longer has the rights to Stephen King’s supernatural book series. Instead, Ron Howard and co. will be taking a crack at it.
SURVIVAL OF THE DEAD, the eagerly awaited new chapter in George A. Romero’s decades-spanning zombie saga, breaks out today on video-on-demand, as well as via Amazon.com and Xbox Live. To whet your appetites, we’ve got another exclusive clip from the movie that you can see after the jump!
To answer the most pressing question first: Jackie Earle Haley does succeed in making the Freddy Krueger character his own in the remake of A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET. The new movie would be nothing without the right man in the razor-fingered role that Robert Englund made famous, and Haley’s characterization, coupled with the filmmakers’ slight change in emphasis regarding the role, is a big part of what this reimagining gets right.
We can thank the 80’s for lots of great things, parachute pants, aerobics, cheesy music….and great television. So it’s nice that the folks at CBS have finally dug up one of the most fondly remembered shows of that era, George Romero’s cult-favorite Tales From the Darkside. This week sees the release of the spooky third season on DVD – featuring an array of guest stars from Jerry Orbach to Alison Sweeney. Read on for an overview of the package:
Take a look at some bloody stills from the Mexican cannibal film WE ARE WHAT WE ARE (SOMOS LO QUE HAY):
Check out the new trailer for Christopher Smith’s BLACK DEATH.
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