Tim Burton's return to form and PARANORMAN, its 2012 stop motion counterpart, both found themselves with prestige this morning.
Antonio Campos' chronicle of an American student in Paris is out in the French city's best season.
Extreme violence is meted out against the wicked in CROSS
BEARER, an indie shocker now available on DVD. Read on for the details and a
few exclusive pics plus a new, NSFW trailer.
It’s unclear whether “Spilt Milk” can be judged on its own.
As AMERICAN HORROR STORY begins to wrap up its second season in earnest (and
not just its typical stop-start-reset fashion) it may be integral to view this eleventh
episode of ASYLUM alongside the final two that follow. That could be the key to
figuring out whether, in the end, this all works. Because right now, after a
truly head-tilting opening in which Dylan McDermott’s present day Bloody Face
visits with a lactating prostitute, who can really be sure of anything?
Revenge becomes bloody in NOBODY GETS OUT ALIVE, a
body-count opus coming to DVD and digital download next month. We’ve got an
exclusive first look at the trailer.
The Nerdist and FANGORIA's behind-the-scenes makeup FX series, BLOOD AND GUTS has started production on season two, and we're kicking things off with a master of the craft.
A HAUNTED HOUSE releases to theatres this Friday, the 11th, and FANGORIA is giving away three sweet prize packs in celebration. Each includes A HAUNTED HOUSE t-shirt and poster signed by David Koechner, Affion Crockett, Marlon Wayans, and Essence Atkins.
Netflix drops three titles over late winter/spring,
and one of them is the horror show shepherded by Eli Roth to the small screen
from Brian McGreevy’s novel.
Mondo, the Alamo Drafthouse's collectible arts boutique—whose limited runs of posters, vinyl and VHS have become something of a phenomenon—has found a perfect match in Panos Cosmatos' pulsing vision.
From green light to release, the average film takes two to
three years, but the zombie action feature WAR OF THE DEAD’s production started
in way back in 2005. The remarkable adventure that followed would take director
Marko Mäkilaakso around the world, through countless stops and stars, three
title changes and eventually end as biggest film ever shot in Lithuania. FANGORIA
spoke to Makilassko a few months later on the heels of the North American
release to talk about the long journey that became a zombie epic.
A tale of prophetic pottery, incest and village sacrifice in the name of a creature.
With the psychological chiller STOKER set to premiere at the
Sundance Film Festival on January 20, we’ve got an early exclusive pic to share
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