Lionsgate's 'After Dark Horrorfest' DVD Box Set

Lionsgate Home Entertainment will release all seven titles from their After Dark Horrorfest line that we previously announced at the beginning of this month in one boxed set collection, according to Davis DVD. The seven-disc set will include the films Dark Ride, The Gravedancers, The Hamiltons, Penny Dreadful, Reincarnation, Unrest and Wicked Little Things. All will feature anamorphic widescreen transfers and Dolby Digital 5.1 & 2.0 audio, along with a slew of bonus materials. Refer back to the original post for that. Due on March 27th, retail for the boxed set is disgusting $139.86. Read on for the cover art.
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Lionsgate's 'After Dark Horrorfest' DVD Box Set

Lionsgate Home Entertainment will release all seven titles from their After Dark Horrorfest line that we previously announced at the beginning of this month in one boxed set collection, according to Davis DVD. The seven-disc set will include the films Dark Ride, The Gravedancers, The Hamiltons, Penny Dreadful, Reincarnation, Unrest and Wicked Little Things. All will feature anamorphic widescreen transfers and Dolby Digital 5.1 & 2.0 audio, along with a slew of bonus materials. Refer back to the original post for that. Due on March 27th, retail for the boxed set is disgusting $139.86. Read on for the cover art. READ MORE

Yes, More Rob Zombie 'Halloween' Casting News

We’ve received word this morning that Adam Weisman (Hatchet) is playing Judith Myers’ boyfriend Steve in Rob Zombie’s remake of Halloween, which is now filming around the Los Angeles area. He joins Tyler Mane, Malcolm McDowell, Daeg Faerch, Pat Skipper, Dee Wallace Stone, Sheri Moon Zombie, William Forsythe, Ken Foree, Danielle Harris, Adrienne Barbeau, Clint Howard, Courtney Gains, Daryl Sabara, Brad Dourif, Udo Kier and Kristina Klebel. Click the title above for more info on the film, which hits theaters August 31 from Dimension Films.
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FULL 2007 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL REPORT

If you click here you can read our full report from this year’s Sundance Film Festival, which wrapped up this week in Park City, Utah. Mr. Disgusting and the Dmob Productions crew hit up the festival to party down and see a bunch of great films hitting theaters later this year (hopefully). Click the link for stories and reviews for each film seen and watch for video interviews this month! Check out Dmob Productions for some fun short films made by film students (my buddies) in Chicago, IL.
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MOH: First Look at Norio Tsuruta's 'Dream Cruise'

Today we’ve been provided with a new clip from this season’s Masters of Horror (all reviews), which will air Friday at 10PM on Showtime. The clip is from episode 213, Dream Cruise, Norio Tsuruta (Ringu 0, Premonition) directs the story of an American lawyer working in Tokyo who embarks on a weekend trip with a valued client and the client’s wife – with whom he has fallen secretly in love. Read on to check it out.
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MOH: First Look at Norio Tsuruta's 'Dream Cruise'

Today we’ve been provided with a new clip from this season’s Masters of Horror (all reviews), which will air Friday at 10PM on Showtime. The clip is from episode 213, Dream Cruise, Norio Tsuruta (Ringu 0, Premonition) directs the story of an American lawyer working in Tokyo who embarks on a weekend trip with a valued client and the client’s wife – with whom he has fallen secretly in love. Read on to check it out. READ MORE

'Pumpkinhead: Ashes to Ashes' Date, Cover Art

Inside you’ll find the cover art for Pumpkinhead: Ashes to Ashes, which hits DVD on March 27 from Sony Home Entertainment. British actress Lynne Verrall, under heavy makeup, plays Haggis, the old crone who can raise the vengeful demon, while Bunt Wallace, the teenager who led Harley to the witch, is now grown up and played by TV actor Douglas Roberts. The story centres around Doc Frasier (played by horror icon Doug Bradley), an eccentric small-town physician with a sideline in unauthorized organ donation.
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Four Clips From Dimension Films' 'Hannibal Rising'

If you head on over to BDTV you can check out four clips from Dimension Films’ Hannibal Rising, which hits theaters everywhere on February 9th. At last, the evolution of his evil is revealed. Hannibal Lecter emerges from the nightmare of the Eastern Front, a boy in the snow, mute, with a chain around his neck. He seems utterly alone, but he has brought his demons with him. Hannibal’s uncle, a noted painter, finds him in a Soviet orphanage and brings him to France, where Hannibal will live with his uncle and his uncle’s beautiful and exotic wife, Lady Murasaki. Lady Murasaki helps Hannibal to heal.With her help he flourishes, becoming the youngest person ever admitted to medical school in France. But Hannibal’s demons visit him and torment him.When he is old enough, he visits them in turn. He discovers he has gifts beyond the academic, and in that epiphany, Hannibal Lecter becomes death’s prodigy.
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Dee Snider Wins Back Captain Howdy & 'Strangeland' Franchise!

Here we are on the dawn of the tenth anniversary of Dee Snider’s Strangeland, a film that I have grown more and more fond of over the years. A sequel has been in the works for what seems like a decade now, but nothing has ever officially developed. Snider has always been vocal about the return of Captain Howdy (aka Carleton Hendricks) and has sworn of his return in Strangeland 2… it looks like his promise might be coming true — over at Lionsgate! Read on for the skinny.
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Director to 'Whiteout' Beckinsale From Cast

Dominic Sena (Swordfish & Gone in Sixty Seconds) is set to helm Dark Castle and Warner Bros. Pictures’ Whiteout, an Antarctic whodunit adapted from a series of graphic novels by Greg Rucka, according to Production Weekly. Kate Beckinsale is in negotiations to topline the film scheduled to start shooting the first week of March in Montreal and Manitoba. Penned by Erich & Jon Hoeber, the ticking-clock “Whiteout” follows U.S. Marshal Carrie Stetko as she uncovers the first murder ever in the Antarctic just as the sun is about to set for six months. She must catch the killer before he leaves the ice or be stuck there with him in the dark for six months.
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Sundance '07: Review of Magnolia's 'The Signal'

Today we’ve posted our review of David Bruckner, Jacob Gentry and Dan Bush’s The Signal, which was picked up by Magnolia Pictures at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Here’s what I had to say, “In the end THE SIGNAL will burn it’s transmission into your brain and leave you with an impression that will never go away. This is that film that leaves you with that special glow (yes, kind of like after sex), the smile that doesn’t fade and the conversations that never cease. Eventually, THE SIGNAL will earn its place amongst the greatest cult horror films of all time.” Click the title for the review, pics, posters, trailers and more.
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Sundance '07: Review of Magnolia's 'The Signal'

Today we’ve posted our review of David Bruckner, Jacob Gentry and Dan Bush’s The Signal, which was picked up by Magnolia Pictures at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Here’s what I had to say, “In the end THE SIGNAL will burn it’s transmission into your brain and leave you with an impression that will never go away. This is that film that leaves you with that special glow (yes, kind of like after sex), the smile that doesn’t fade and the conversations that never cease. Eventually, THE SIGNAL will earn its place amongst the greatest cult horror films of all time.” Click the title for the review, pics, posters, trailers and more. READ MORE

The 'Zodiac' Killer Sends B-D an Authentic Letter!

Man do we have an interesting treat for you guys, Paramount Pictures has provided us with a scan of one of the authentic letters sent by the real Zodiac killer back on April 30, 1967. Is this something to brag about? Probably not, but it is extremely interesting if you ask me. David Fincher’s film, which hits theaters March 2, stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Mark Ruffalo, Robert Downey Jr., Anthony Edwards and Ezra Buzzington. The film is based on the true story of one of the most intriguing unsolved crimes in the nation’s history. Read on for the letter.
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Poster Premiere For James Wan's 'Dead Silence'

Today Universal Pictures provided Bloody-Disgusting with an exclusive look at the first one sheet for James Wan’s (Saw) second feature film, Dead Silence, which hits theaters everywhere on March 23. I love when posters are revealed, it gives the film an instant “personality” – this one reminds me of the classic horror film Magic. Read on for a look at the poster and don’t forget to check out our interviews from the set by clicking here. The film, which was written by Leigh Whannell (Saw) follows the legend of Mary Shaw, a ventriloquist killer whom steals tongues!
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Poster Premiere For James Wan's 'Dead Silence'

Today Universal Pictures provided Bloody-Disgusting with an exclusive look at the first one sheet for James Wan’s (Saw) second feature film, Dead Silence, which hits theaters everywhere on March 23. I love when posters are revealed, it gives the film an instant “personality” – this one reminds me of the classic horror film Magic. Read on for a look at the poster and don’t forget to check out our interviews from the set by clicking here. The film, which was written by Leigh Whannell (Saw) follows the legend of Mary Shaw, a ventriloquist killer whom steals tongues! READ MORE

Behind-the-Scenes of 'Dark Corners', Poster Revealed!

If you head on over to BDTV you can watch two behind-the-scenes featurettes for Ray Gower’s Dark Corners, which hits DVD on May 22 from Anchor Bay. In addition, inside you’ll find the teaser poster for the film, which debuted at this past year’s AFM in California. Dark Corners is the story of a troubled young woman who falls asleep and wakes up as someone else, stalked by hideous creatures.
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Anchor Bay's 'Behind the Mask' Stalks Theaters in March

Anchor Bay Entertainment announced this morning that they’ll be moving Scott Glosserman’s critically acclaimed horror film, Behind the Mask: The Rise Of Leslie Vernon (review) from it’s February date to March 16, just a week before Universal’s Dead Silence and Fox Atomic’s The Hills Have Eyes II hits theaters — it looks like March is going to be a big month for horror! The next great psycho horror slasher has given a documentary crew exclusive access to his life as he plans his reign of terror over the sleepy town of Glen Echo, all the while deconstructing the conventions and archetypes of the horror genre for them.
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Anchor Bay's 'Behind the Mask' Stalks Theaters in March

Anchor Bay Entertainment announced this morning that they’ll be moving Scott Glosserman’s critically acclaimed horror film, Behind the Mask: The Rise Of Leslie Vernon (review) from it’s February date to March 16, just a week before Universal’s Dead Silence and Fox Atomic’s The Hills Have Eyes II hits theaters — it looks like March is going to be a big month for horror! The next great psycho horror slasher has given a documentary crew exclusive access to his life as he plans his reign of terror over the sleepy town of Glen Echo, all the while deconstructing the conventions and archetypes of the horror genre for them. READ MORE

WIN Jess Franco's 'Count Dracula' on DVD!

Today Dark Sky Films has provided us with five (5) copies of Count Dracula, which hits home video on February 27. Jess Franco’s version of the Bram Stoker classic has Count Dracula as an old man who grows younger whenever he dines on the blood of young maidens. The film stars the infamous Christopher Lee, alongside Herbert Lom, Klaus Kinski, Soledad Miranda and Maria Rohm. READ MORE

'Killer Inside Me' Adaptation Finally Prepping Shoot!

Marc Rocco will direct an adaptation of Jim Thompson noir novel The Killer Inside Me, according to Variety. Robert Weinbach wrote the script, and his Cyclone Prods. will produce with Chris Hanley’s Muse Film Prods. Published in 1952, “The Killer Inside Me” concerns a deputy sheriff in a West Texas town whose kind Everyman demeanor masks his true dark self. He is slowly revealed as a psychotic killer. Rocco (“Murder in the First”) said financing is being finalized for a fall start, subject to casting. “I loved the idea of filming a beautiful small town and adding an antihero who is right out of the films of the 1970s,” Rocco said. “We will put him into a post-9/11 world, and one interesting layer to the script is how much technology has changed the definition of a small town.
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MOH Review: EP 2.12: Peter Medak's 'The Washingtonians'

Inside we’ve posted our latest review from this season’s Masters of Horror (all reviews), which airs every Friday on Showtime. Inside you’ll find Tex Massacre’s review of “The Washingtonians” — In episode 2.12, a grieving man discovers among his recently deceased grandmother’s possessions a shocking and grisly secret about our nation’s past that could rewrite history. Johnathon Schaech and Saul Rubinek star in this episode directed by Peter Medak (The Changeling).
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MOH Review: EP 2.12: Peter Medak's 'The Washingtonians'

Inside we’ve posted our latest review from this season’s Masters of Horror (all reviews), which airs every Friday on Showtime. Inside you’ll find Tex Massacre’s review of “The Washingtonians” — In episode 2.12, a grieving man discovers among his recently deceased grandmother’s possessions a shocking and grisly secret about our nation’s past that could rewrite history. Johnathon Schaech and Saul Rubinek star in this episode directed by Peter Medak (The Changeling). READ MORE

Exclusive Trailer Debut For 'Dead Mary' DVD!

If you head on over to BDTV you can check out our exclusive debut of the trailer for Dead Mary, which hits retailers on February 20. For Kim (Dominique Swain) it was supposed to be the perfect reunion and weekend getaway. She and her best friends drive to a remote lakeside cabin to reminisce about their college days. When the group decides to play the ghoulish game “Dead Mary” they mistakenly unleash a vengeful spirit that possesses them one by one. As the demon forces them to turn on one another, each is faced with a choice. Would you hack your best friend to pieces to ensure your own survival? Well…would you? Click here to pre-order the DVD.
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Final One Sheet For Dark Castle's 'The Reaping'

Although the final poster for Warner Bros. and Dark Castle’s The Reaping debuted a few months back, it was a terrible quality image, which is why we’re posting a hi-res look at the one sheet today. Read on to check it out and watch for the 10 plagues on March 30th. In `The Reaping’, Hilary Swank plays a former Christian missionary who lost her faith after her family was tragically killed, and has since become a world-renowned expert in disproving religious phenomena. But when she investigates a small Louisiana town that is suffering from what appear to be the Biblical plagues, she realizes that science cannot explain what is happening and she must regain her faith to combat dark forces threatening the community.
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