Kevin Smith has released a teaser for his first horror movie Red State, which centers on fundamentalism taken to the extreme. The movie, which stars Michael Angarano, Kerry Bishe, Nicholas Braun, Kyle Gallner, John Goodman, Melissa Leo, Michael Parks, Kevin Pollak and Stephen Root, premieres next month at Sundance.
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Think that Paris is a city of love, surreally beautiful and stylish people and heartbreak? Well, it is, but it’s so much more… Something that Joe Dante and the other directors behind Paris, I’ll Kill You want to share.
Overture Films has released the first stills from Let Me In, director Matt Reeves’ remake of the acclaimed 2008 Swedish romantic horror film about an alienated boy who develops a relationship with a vampire child.
While well-shot and produced, 2010′s take on A Nightmare on Elm Street fails to ignite a new Freddy with a mix of drab characters, over-thought back story, and reliance on startling moments over genuinely creepy scenes.
Platinum Studios and Alexandra Milchan’s Emjag Productions are developing a movie adaptation of Blood Nation, the Platinum miniseries about a near-future Russia overrun by vampires and isolated from the rest of the world by a high-tech wall of light.
A new trailer has been release for Survival of the Dead, the sixth zombie film from writer-director George A. Romero. The movie opens on video on demand on Friday and in theaters on May 28.
The cast of Catherine Hardwicke’s gothic-horror reimagining of Little Red Riding Hood is rapidly filling out as Warner Bros. this week snatched up Shiloh Fernandez and Max Irons for The Girl With the Red Riding Hood.
AMC’s The Walking Dead will “take detours” from the road map provided by the Robert Kirkman-penned comic, director Frank Darabont confirms.
Frank Darabont has turned to a familiar name to join the sprawling cast of AMC’s The Walking Dead: Jeffrey DeMunn, who’s appeared in no fewer than four of Darabont’s films, including The Green Mile and The Shawshank Redemption.