Jason Voorhees Tribute and Murderer from B.I.G. Sergio

Set Pic From The Crazies Remake!


Set Pic From The Crazies Remake!

Danielle Panabaker (Friday the 13th) was twittering today from the set of the Crazies Remake!!

Hey its Danielle Panabaker- got my hands on the twitter blackberry! Working at the car wash, accidentally got hit with a rifle today- yikes!


Also here's a bad ass pic from the set of the film that opens September 25th.

Credit: Crazies' Film Twitter Page

The Official Trailer for The Burrowers

With the dvd looming Lionsgate has whipped a trailer. check it out.

New Moon Teaser Poster


New Moon Teaser Poster

I really thought long and hard about posting this. But, some folks might dig it. So here's the teaser poster for the Twilight Sequel. Ugh.

Credit: Shocktillyoudrop.Com

Uncle Coffin's TV Guide Double Feature Ad from Halloween 2


Uncle Coffin's TV Guide Double Feature Ad from Halloween 2

Check out the Channel 18 Double Feature Ad for Uncle Coffin's TV show from Halloween 2. Pretty cool stuff.

A Fan Made Nightmare on Elm Street Trailer - Damn

Its going around that this guy is campaigning for the role of Freddy Krueger. I don't know about all that. But, I think this fan trailer Christopher Johnson made is worth a look because its flat ass cool.

Shuttle Movie Review


Shuttle Movie Review

Our boy MR stays busy over at 28Dayslateranalysis.Com and he's back with another quality review on "Shuttle". Writer of 2007s "Flawless," Edward Anderson sits in the director's chair for the first time in "Shuttle," a 2008 SXSW movie premiere, which is now pushing forward with an April 7, 2009 DVD release date. Check the full review from MR at the link below:

Shuttle Movie Review

Horror At The Box Office

Horror At The Box Office

Well, we begin my friends with Haunting In Connecticut which scored a healthy $23 million dollars at the box office in its opening weekend. This is on par to be I believe the 3rd largest horror opening this year. If my memory serves me correct only Friday the 13th and My Bloody Valentine 3D opened higher. And Valentine just barely. The Knowing in its 2nd weekend pulled in a strong $14.7 million. Raising Nick Cage's thriller total to $46.6 million over two weeks. Very nice. Last House on the Left in its 3rd weekend hit $2.6 million and its now pulled in a nice $28.4 million. Its funny to note that John Cena's led 12 Rounds bombed big time with a sad $5 million in its opening weekend. The Uninvited took in $71,000 raising its total to $28.5 million. So its good to see horror is alive and strong at the box office.

Dead Snow aka Dod Sno Movie Review


Dead Snow aka Dod Sno Movie Review

For christ sakes. Once in a damn good while movies come around that make you set back and go god damn. This was it. I am a particular fan of the zombie genre. The best in my terms are Dawn of the Dead (the remake or original), both 28 Days and Weeks Later, and the original Day of the Dead. Shaun of the Dead and Army of Darkness in more comedy/horror terms. That being said Dead Snow does a little of all of the above. I must say. In a weeks time I've seen two of the best horror movies I've ever seen in Poughkeepsie Tapes and now Dead Snow. This movie centers on several folks taking a nice little vacation up in to the mountains to a cabin (Evil Dead anyone?). A unique combination of zombies, gore, a beautiful snow top mountain setting, a cabin all collide to make beautiful terror together. This is a zombie explosion of delight. Complete with evil Nazi zombies. Some unreal gore. Including a guy and a zombie hanging from a cliff by intestines. A woman waking up to being eaten alive. A guy chopping his arm off with a chainsaw straight up Bruce Campbell Evil Dead style. Balls being bitten by a zombie. Trapped under the snow escape. Frankly, this movie had just a little of everything. Even a sex scene right after a guy has taken a crap in a dirty ass outhouse. God how great is that?
These zombies are fucking mean bastards set on destruction. I must say it is beyond me that any horror zombie fan could see this movie and not love it.. There is some CGI gore but, not enough to take away from this masterpiece. This is a must own when it comes out. 5 gore infested axes out of 5.

New Halloween Pic! Michael Walking Down the Road


New Halloween Pic! Michael Walking Down the Road

Ok, I stand officially fired up again for Halloween: The Devil Walks Among Us.

Check out the new pic of Michael walking down the road. Looks creepy as fuck. Thanks Zombie!


Credit: Rob Zombie's Myspace

New Star Trek Poster


New Star Trek Poster

Check out this new Myspace poster of the upcoming Star Trek movie. I have to admit I'm a StarWars guy not StarTrek but, I am going to have to check this out.

Dark Woods Trailer

Dark Woods Trailer

Click the link to see the trailer to "Dark Woods".

Dark Woods Trailer

Cat. Shit. One. Trailer - Holy Shit this is great

Cat Shit One Trailer holy shit this is some of the craziest shit I have ever seen. Watch this horror fans.

PG 13 Horror Movies

PG 13 Horror Movies

With the success of Haunting in Connecticut it leads me to a article I've been meaning to sit down and write. Now is the time. First. Is there such a animal as a good PG 13 horror movie? And my next damn question would be have I ever even watched a PG 13 horror movie? WTF? I am not sure I have. Hell I have a hard time bringing myself to watch anything that says PG 13 in the horror genre. Immediately we know we can count out gore. Tits. hmmm. Brutalness. Rawness. Was White Noise PG 13? It was pretty decent. Then again may have just been Michael Keaton who is pretty damn good in anything. Disturbia? Blah. Prom Night? Didn't see it. Why? It was stamped with a PG 13 rating. Dare I say if Friday the 13th would've gotten a PG 13 rating I would have fucking boycotted the sum bitch. Signs was PG 13 and damn good but, I would call it a sci fi movie with a couple jump scares included. So thats out. Hmmm. Think about it. Is there really a good scary PG 13 horror movie? Army Of Darkness was PG 13 I think. But, it was a horror/comedy. Nope. It was Rated R. Sorry. That leads to me to believe the animal known as PG 13 horror does not exist. If you are a producer of a horror movie or director and you think you should "tone" it down so you can score higher at the box office beforwarned. Your movie I believe will be boycotted by many a hardcore horror fan. And if you think your movie won't make any money just read my article on horror dvd sales. People will buy your movie. If its not PG 13. Fuckers.

Haunting in Connecticut Scores HUGE!


Haunting in Connecticut Scores HUGE!

Well, in our continuing saga of following horror at the box office. The Haunting in Connecticut opened to a massive $9.5 million dollars on Friday. If you have watched any tv or been to any horror website this one in included its all you've seen for the last two weeks. The Monsters vs Aliens movie toon opened at a even bigger $16.7 million. WOW. Holy shit. And Knowing did a nice $4.6 million on its 2nd Friday and its up to a nice $36 million.

More White Trash Horror Please.

More White Trash Horror Please

Well, as I am sitting around today being Saturday and I am full of piss and vinegar. Thinking about horror fans while reading other of my favorite horror sites bash white trash horror over and over again. Funny, I got a lot of friends that dig this sorta of horror. And frankly, I love white trash horror. And in case you don't know what white trash horror is. Example: The Devil's Rejects, Halloween (remake). You can figure if Zombie directs it or any of the following show up in it: Diamond Dallas Page, Danny Trejo, Sid Haig, Michael Madsen, etc. Then you are watching possible white trash horror. So many people supposely hated these movies. Well, frankly I bet if you surveyed 1000 horror fans 800 of them liked these movies. Maybe less maybe more. But, it would be more than 50% by a damn sight. And I also feel that frankly, people have done what people on the internet do. Follow. They said wait "user name jack4money666" on some horror board said Zombie and Halloween sucked. Or white trash horror sucks and 20 people ran in right behind them to follow. I actually tend to believe some of these people that post actually like these movies however, are some how ashamed to admit it. Coming from a middle class family in Texas the one thing you acquire is friends, contacts and I will tell you several of them will be labeled what you might call "white trash". And frankly, walking in to some of these houses. Seeing how people live and the way their mind works is scary. Very. They don't clean. The guys and girls lay up and fuck and do meth and be worthless. Most of the guys have records for theft, possession of controlled substance, sales of drugs, domestic violence and some of the girls do too. And that makes for a scary and surreal environment to be around. Run down mobile homes, old houses (with several too many people living in them). So that being said white trash is scary. And when you take that environment and put somebody like Michael Myers in it. It makes fucking sense. If you take Otis and Mama Firefly from House and Devil's Rejects and put them in this environment it makes sense. A lot of these people you feel as you talk to them have some fucked up skeletons in their closet and while some horror fans may not relate to this. I can. And knowing that frankly, I may have walked through someones house over the years that may in fact live a lifestyle very similar to the Myers' family. Those movies do in fact become scary. So I say to Zombie keep making white trash horror. Some of us do in fact "get it".

WWMD Shirt from Halloween The Devil Walks Among Us


WWMD Shirt from Halloween The Devil Walks Among Us

While everybody seems to be getting more fired up for Zombie's sequel I am not sure I am. I was extremely fired up in the beginning however, this T Shirt and some of the things I'm hearing just really are turning me off. This guy's name in the movie is Chett "the bringer of death" Johns and was arrested outside a book signing for Dr. Loomis. Wtf? lol.. Anyway, take a look at the pic.

Angels and Demons getting boycott from Vatican

Angels and Demons getting boycott from Vatican

Well. Well. Well. Looks as if the Vatican has stepped in and put the hex of death on the sequel to the Da Vinci Code. Tom Hanks follow up to the thriller also stars another heavyweight Ewan "Old Ben Kenobi" McGregor. This looks like a great movie and I believe I will have to see it boycott or not. lol. Please they did the same to the Da Vinci Code. Did people not see it? Hmmm. $760 million world wide gross at the box office says they must have not got that call from god.

Horror DVD Sales

I was tolling around the internet and found some very interesting numbers related to dvd sales and horror movies. And exactly why movies like Halloween, Saw keep getting made. Here are some examples. In 2007 Halloween's Rob Zombie remake landed a cool $26.6 million dollars off of dvd sales. Also The Hills Have Eyes 2 took in a nice $23.3 million dollars off of dvd sales. Grindhouse which everybody believes bombed however, with a cool $27 million on dvd in sales I would say it did pretty damn good. A highly underrated 1408 with John Cusack and Sam Jackson landed a huge $37 million on dvd sales. Disturbia? How about $29.8 million on dvd. Saw? How about Saw III with a monster $45.5 million on dvd sales. How about Ghost Rider was a decent hit at the box office. But, did you have any idea it made $98 million on dvd sales???? Wow. All of those movies were in the top 100 of the best selling dvds in 2007. Then how about 2008? The Happening $20 million. How about Skinwalkers? $20 million. Aliens vs Predator 2? $27 million. Saw IV $31 million. I Am Legend a monster $126 million. Resident Evil 3 got a cool $34 million dollars. This year? Quarantine raped dvd buyers to the tune of $8 million dollars. Saw V took in another $21 million. And we're just through March. I thought it was very interesting to check movies that people didn't really think made any money. Skinwalkers taking in $20 million? Did anybody see that coming? Or one of my guilty pleasures The Hills Have Eyes 2 landing $23 million? Makes me feel better for owning most of these movies. lol. Guess I am not alone.


Credit: The-Numbers.Com

Weird Al in Halloween The Devil Walks Among Us


Weird Al in Halloween The Devil Walks Among Us

There will be a show in Halloween 2 called The Newman Hour in which a 80's icon will be a guest on the one and only Weird Al will be a guest along aside Malcolm McDowell's Dr. Loomis character who is promoting his book.


Credit: Zombie's Myspace

Perkins 14 Movie Review

Our boy MR over at 28DaysLaterAnalysis.Com has posted another review this time on the flick Perkins 14. Click the below link to see the review.

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The Poughkeepsie Tapes Movie Review


The Poughkeepsie Tapes Movie Review

So, I just got through watching The Poughkeepsie Tapes and I must say. This was one of the most realistic mind fucking movies I have ever seen. Its a false documentary based on a serial killer from Poughkeepsie and the tapings of his brutal crimes. This movie is truely in some way a masterpiece. Very much in a way the Blair Witch was rattling this movie brought about those same vibes. It details in some way (almost A and E documentary like) a serial killer and his progression. From beginning to well, no end. They have false interviews with everybody involved FBI, police, victims, the tapes of the murders, torture (which is particularly gory but, still rattling). A very unique surprise is the fact that no one seems to have been off limits. Rarely do we have a horror movie deal with murdering of children or a extreme plot in which a police officer is framed for the murders and the killer gets to now have one of his own victims die by the hands of the legal system. The interviews are pretty realistic. I will say the biggest and maybe the only draw back is a couple of the ladies playing FBI or policewomen were not great actors.
But, it a way this helped the realism of this movie. And as much as I will say I liked this movie because of its extreme uniqueness I won't see this again for a while. Because, I tend to steer toward horror movies that make me enjoy being scared. This made me want to never let anyone I care about out of my sight. And almost paranoid of everyday life. Some people may see this and think its just a cheap ripoff of a A and E documentary however, they I believe should have their movie watching card withdrawn from their hand and told to never watch another movie again. This movie will make a lot of people really think. And go what the fuck did I just watch. And more so. Wow. That was pretty fucked up. I get it 5 fucked up axes out of 5. I would say buy it but, don't. Rent it. Watch it. And take a break. Your going to need it. Also, the director John Erick Dowdle I can not believe upon researching your films you did Quarantine. Now I understand why it was in the dark. Ashamed you went for too much realism in that movie.

Last House on the Left (2009) Movie Review


Last House on the Left (2009) Movie Review

Ok, so I "finally" got to go see the remake of one of the "supposely" most shocking movies ever. Now, I am going to say the original seems SO dated to me. Its music is hokie as hell. The interaction is pretty bad. The acting I thought wasn't so great. There were some fair moments in the original but, I couldn't wait for them to put a new spin and most importantly "feel" on that old movie. So this movie stars Tony "Kiss The Girls, Jason Lives, Ghost" Goldwyn, Monica "Con Air, Saw" Potter, and Garret "Deadwood, No Country for Old Men" Dillahunt. Although, the movie kept some of the premise of the old one a few things were changed. But, nothing that I would say disrepected the original. The acting wasn't going to win any Oscars but, its a damn sight better than anything in the original. Krug was a bad mother fucker and frankly did a good job. I will say I would've liked to have seen his brother and his girlfriend have more creepyness to them. They seemed kind of toned down. I thought they both seemed a bit more twisted some how in the original. We thankfully, have none of the stupid cops in this one. Tony Goldwyn is damn strong as a pissed off father. And after he realizes they have raped his daughter does a fine job of portraying a mad as hell father. I've heard several folks say the rape scene was terrible but, frankly I thought it seemed a little toned down. There was some gore in this movie and frankly much less than expected which did disappoint me. I really felt this was a chance to really make a great torture movie. I was hoping for part Hills Have Eyes, Saw, and Hostel mixed with Last House on the Left. However, I didn't get it. Wait. Till the very end. And when you see the ending (if you haven't already read about it) then you will know what I mean. Although, I've read the endings terrible and blah blah blah. I have to say I thought it was damn creative frankly. And it makes me look forward to a possible unrated cut on dvd. In conclusion, the remake was far and away better than the original. It will look a helluva lot better 30 years from now than the original does now. Sadly as its loved for being a classic much like the original chainsaw time just hasn't been kind to it. Anyway, I say this remake is a definite buy when it hits dvd especially on a unrated cut. And gets a definite good score. 4.0 out of 5.0 axes.

New Uncle Coffins Pic from Halloween: The Devil Walks Among Us


New Uncle Coffins Pic from Halloween: The Devil Walks Among Us

A new pic has landed from Rob Zombie's official myspace of Bill Moseley as Uncle Coffins in preparation for Channel 18's Phantom Jam.
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Credit: Rob Zombie's Myspace

Quarantine (REC Remake) Movie Review


Quarantine (REC Remake) Movie Remake

Ok, so FINALLY I get to the review for this movie. As I was seriously had been wanting to see this movie for months. That being said. Damn. This movie was supposed to be in the vain of something like 28 Days Later where a virus like situation breaks out in a apartment building. This movie stars Jennifer Carpenter and Jay "Hostel" Hernandez. It starts out promising in a very fun filled spirited back and forth session between Carpenter and the fire fighters as they start building the characters. Carpenter and her camera man are there filming a story on firefighters and a day in the life of for news station. Well. This was probably the most interesting the part of the movie. We get to the apartment building and find a old woman that is bloody and losing it very zombie like. Attacking. Once again promising still. Then... We lose the lights. And you know I'm all for making a fucking movie realistic. But, shit man. Who turned out the fucking lights? Really? The last half of the whole movie is in the dark other than a 5 inch place where the camera light is supposed to be. Sad part is. This movie may have rocked if we could've seen what was actually happening. I mean darkening the room but, let us be able to see things for christ sakes. By the time it was over I was just pissed. Do to the fact that this movie had all the potential in the world and then bam. Over. The only thing scary was I rented a movie that essentially I was "in the dark" about and hell saw it and still am. Let us see these fuckers killing everyone. I love zombie, virus breakouts, living dead movies. And this my friends had some elements of cool. But, being blinded by darkness I can't remember what they were. I'll say we should have stayed at the fire station... And watched a episode of Rescue Me. Which is 10 times better than this shit will EVER be. Bastards. 1.0 axes out 5. 1.0 for them just being able to get me to spend 4.99 on this shit. Ya'll got me.

Blood: The Last Vampire Japanese Trailer

Blood: The Last Vampire Japanese Trailer

New Wolverine TV Spot

So far this is my favorite Wolverine TV Spot or Trailer. Showing all the various characters in what could completely renew my faith in what was a disappointing 3 some of comic movies (X Men). I am fired up for this movie.

Horror At the Box Office (Sorta)

Horror At the Box Office (Sorta)

Ok, so this week we saw the release of more of a thriller - sci fi oriented flick "The Knowing" from Nick Cage being released wide. And the 2nd week of Last House on the Left. The Knowing scored a number 1 with a good but, not great $24.8 million dollars. Last House on the Left did what most horror movies do drop big in their 2nd frame. Racking up a still nice $5.9 million in route to $24 million in its so far 2 week run. Liam Neesom's great thriller The Taken made $4.1 million and now has made a HUGE $133 million. The Watchmen took in $6.7 million and has made $98 million total. A nice total but, the budget is $150 million. Important to note its still gonna make a ton of money. Worldwide its grossed $147 million. So its $3 million from turning a profit. The Uninvited "invited" another $177,000 to raise it to $28.4 million. Very strange note. It looks like Friday the 13th dropped out of the top 50. Even though as of Thursday it was still the 21st movie in release. I figure its about to start its dollar theater run. Thats it. Really only two horror movies in release at the box office right now. Taken and The Knowing are more thrillers than anything.

New T4 Poster!


Check out this badass new Terminator Salvation poster.


Credit: Go To IGN for more badass T4 images

Cage's Sci Fi Thriller Knowing Opens Strong

Cage's Sci Fi Thriller Knowing Opens Strong

Reports are coming in that Nick Cage's latest offering The Knowing took in a healthy $8.9 million dollars on Friday heading it clearly toward the $25 million dollar range. It looks to be Cage's third largest non summer opening ever. Last House on the Left took in $1.9 million Friday and Watchmen took in a little over $2 million. Snyder's Watchmen has grabbed up a healthy $93.3 million dollars and Taken now sets at $130 million after Friday's $1.3 million.

Dr. Loomis' New Book from Halloween: Devil Walks Among Us



Dr. Loomis' New Book from Halloween: Devil Walks Among Us

Rob Zombie has unleashed a new picture from H2 via his myspace blog. Its Samuel Loomis' new book. Check it.

Credit: MySpace.Com/Robzombie

Autopsy Movie Review

Autopsy Movie Review

It seems our boy MR is back at it at 28Dayslateranalysis.com with a nice movie review of the upcoming Autopsy. Check it out.

Autopsy Movie Review

Sales Art for Frozen



Very Early Frozen Art from Adam Green's upcoming flick. This was found on their official website. So far this is all we got on a flick everybody can't wait for. Adam Green is definitely a talented MF. Maybe we will get Hatchet 2 one day.

Friday the 13th Box Office




I feel it imperative that I continue to update the horror world on so far my horror movie of the year. Yes, I loved the Friday the 13th reboot. And although, its quickly become a loved it or hated it movie for horror fans its important to note that it has now pushed over $85 million worldwide which means its a hell of a box office take for the horror world and Friday the 13th franchise. Officially, it sets at $86,227,529 million dollars. It also sets $7 million dollars past Rob Zombie's Halloween remake which grossed $79 million worldwide.

Sorority Row Trailer

SORORITY ROW trailer in HD




Ok, so this looks like I Know What You Did Last Summer Part 4 (yes, there is a part 3 and I didn't make it through 20 minutes of it and sadly I actually enjoyed the first two). This is your typical somebody dies and they decide to hide it and somebody comes back and kills everybody. Notably, Carrie Fisher from Starwars is in this.

The Expendables Release Date and 50 Cent replaces Forest Whitaker

The Expendables
The Sylvester Stallone-directed action ensemble starring Stallone himself, Jet Li, Jason Statham, Forest Whitaker, Randy Coutrie, Dolph Lundgrem, Mickey Rourke, Steve Austin, Eric Roberts, and Charisma Carpenter will come out April 23rd 2010

Due to delays which have put back the film's shoot by a month, Whitaker has had to pull out due to conflicts with prior engagements.

Stallone stars in and directs the actioneer about a team of mercenaries on a mission to overthrow a South American dictator.

Jason Statham, Jet Li, Randy Couture, Dolph Lungdren, Mickey Rourke, Eric Roberts, Charisma Carpenter and Steve Austin also star.

Filming kicks off in Brazil on the 28th, then moves to New Orleans on April 13th. Arnold Schwarzenegger's cameo will be shot in Los Angeles.

Credit: Darkhorizons.Com and AICN

Tyler Mane and Danielle Harris say "cheese"


Tyler Mane and Danielle Harris say "cheese"

Here's a pic of Danielle Harris and Tyler Mane from the set of Halloween H2 or The Devil Walks Among Us. Or whatever its called now. Jesus.

Credit: Halloweenmovies.Com

Angels and Demons Featurette



Courtesy of IGN

Another Haunting In Connecticut Clip - Shower Scene

Another Haunting In Connecticut Clip - Shower Scene

Although, I'm not a big supernatural horror fan the trailer for this movie seems pretty good. I might have to check it out. Here's a clip courtesy of MTV News.

Scout Taylor-Compton behind the scenes of H2

Finally some Freddy vs Jason vs Ash 2 Art!


Slashfilm has scored some great exclusive art of FVSJASH 2. Click the link below to go over there and check out the full picture.


FREDDY VS. JASON VS. ASH: THE NIGHTMARE WARRIORS #1
Written by Jeff Katz and James Kuhoric
Art by Jason Craig
Covers by Arthur Suydam

Click Here for the Full Pic!

Pulse - Free to Watch



Pulse at Hulu.Com - All you have to do is signup for Hulu.Com - Its free or I wouldn't post it.

The Beacon Trailer


The Beacon Trailer and One Sheet- Looks like a pretty decent flick and it stars Michael Ironside I noticed.







Credit: Shocktillyoudrop.Com

New Haunting in Connecticut Clip



Although, I'm not a big fan of supernatural horror this movie looks damn good. And its got Virginia Madsen in it. Course, Mirrors had Kiefer and was directed by Aja and it still sucked. Hmmm...

Reykjavik Whale Watching Massacre Trailer



Wow, this actually looks badass. And the original Leatherface Gunnar Hansen is in it.

The Devil's Tomb Trailer

The Devil's Tomb Trailer

Here's the trailer for The Devil's Tomb. Stars Cuba Gooding Jr. (in his continuing dvd career), Ron Perlman, and Bill Moseley. Elite group of soldiers go in to find some one missing and all HELL breaks loose. Its directed by Jason Connery. Yes, that would be Sean's son. For direct to dvd it looks pretty good.

Our Most Anticipated Movie Poll



Our Most Anticipated Movie Poll

Well, there was a 3 way tie between Friday the 13th Part 2 (2010), Halloween: The Devil Walks Among Us, and 28 Months Later for the 3 most anticipated horror movies over the next couple years. Course alot can happen in horror to change minds in the next couple years. And I'm still getting used to that new Halloween title.

Ron Silver Passes


The Great Ron Silver Passed Away after a bout with cancer. Ron Silver played in many great genre movies and will be missed. Maybe his most famous role was in the Timecop opposite Jean Claude Van Damme in his prime. And also in the highly underrated "The Arrival" with Charlie Sheen. Ron Silver was in nearly 80 movies. And numerous TV shows. Ron Silver was 62.

Lesbian Vampire Killers - International Trailer

Halloween Casts Lois Lane and a new subtitle?


In some exciting news for fan boys everywhere Margot Kidder of Amityville Horror and Superman fame has join the cast of Halloween H2. Wait. No, the next title. Halloween: The Devil Walks Among Us. What? Ok. Yikes. Guess Halloween: The Devil's Rejects was taken. Anyway, I don't care I'm still fired up for this.

Credit: Rob Zombie

Horror Box Office - Last House On The Left


Horror Box Office - Last House On The Left

Looks like horror did good but, not great over the weekend. Last House on the Left (remake) pulled in a estimated $14.7 million dollars as a opening haul. Opening vs a Disney Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson movie couldn't have helped. It took in $25 million while The Watchmen dropped a healthy 67% to gross $18.1 million. Which should make Friday the 13th film makers not feel so bad for having a 80% drop. It seems to be the going thing with genre pics lately. The thriller Taken continues to hold unbelievably strong with $6.6 million and hows now "Taken" in a huge $126 million. Which I have seen this movie and it is great. Friday the 13th took in $600,000 raising its US total to $64.3 million. The Uninvited scored another $335,000 raising its total to $28.1 million. The Unborn and My Bloody Valentine 3D looks to have dropped out of theaters for the most part. So with Last House I would tend to guess it will end up in the neighborhood of $40 million in the US. No word on international grosses. And Friday the 13th is just shy of breaking the $85 million mark with international grosses figured in. On a side note Last House opened in like 2,400 theaters. To compare Friday opened in like 3,100. If Last House would've opened in that many theaters at a $6,000 per theater gross it would have been more like $18.6 million.

Dawn Of The Dead (Remake) Movie Review


Dawn Of The Dead (Remake) Movie Review

Ok, here we are again for another horror movie review. This time the directorial debut of one Zack Snyder. The director that would go on to director two monster hits in 300 and Watchmen. And frankly this movie made a cool $102 million and was a real horror smash. It stars the great Ving Rhames, Sarah Polley, Jake Weber, and a really cool performance from Michael Kelly as everybodies favorite redneck asshole turned bad ass good guy before its all said and done. Now, the thing I loved about this movie is it took zombies and just put them steriods basically. They were fast moving hateful fucks in which there was no escape. It also has one of the best openings with a little girl being scary as fuck trying to eat Sarah Polley and her boyfriend. And you remember the scene where she leaps back to her feet and rushes the door. Damn. Zack really made a point to development some characters you really wanted to see live and some you couldn't wait to see die. Mix in some of the best gore of any damn movie in a long time (especially when it came out). And you had a remake that really fucking worked and basically along with 28 Days Later launched the re-birth of the zombie horror world. Throw in cameos from the original Dawn from Ken Foree and Tom Savini and this movie oozed with coolness. Not to mention one serious soundtrack with Johnny Cash and Disturbed. Not to mention the lounge hotel music of Down with the Sickness. This made this is a serious winner with me. Its a must own for any horror fan and one of my top 20 favorite horror movies of all time. And wait till the birthing scene. Oh yeah a real oh fuck moment in movie history. 5 out of 5 axes. Enjoy this masterpiece of horror goodness.

My Take On Movie Critics


My Take On Movie Critics

Ok, I know that as I run this site as a horror fan I do movie reviews however, their movie reviews from a horror fan. It drives me crazy that main stream movie critics continue to even bother to go to fucking horror movies. Whats the point? I mean they all walk out with a well that was "torture" porn or another "buncha of teens with tits dying deaths". Well no shit? Really? Its a horror movie. Its not going to be The Piano. Or the English Patient. Ever. So give it up. Siskel and Ebert used to be the worst back in the 80's. Especially with Friday the 13th movies. And what got me ranting was reading a review about Last House on the Left the remake on a very popular movie web site that I actually enjoyed for years. And then bam. The dumbest shit I've ever heard. Its refers to the ending of Last House. Now I won't ruin it as I haven't even seen it yet though I'm hoping to this next week. They say something like any shred of artistic magic this movie had hoped to grab died with the ending of this movie. Blah blah blah. If you are a horror fan and don't care for the ending fine. But, some how I feel a horror fan wasn't looking for some "artistic" climax anyway. For fuck sakes its a horror movie. Good chance if you go to a horror movie its going to have gore, people dieing, tits, ass, pot, drugs, torture, traps, more boobs, rape, etc. Again. You went to a horror movie. I would much rather here the argument that I don't want to see it cause I don't want to be scared. Fine. I can live with that. Point is. Its not your kind of movie. But, if your a movie critic. I would hope your spectrum of movie likes stretch far enough to be able to appreciate a chainsaw sawing a fucking leg off from time to fucking time. Horror fans know exactly what I am talking about. Anyway, movie critics. I say stick to your boring artistic "works of art". And I will choose not to see it. But, stop dogging these movies for being exactly what their supposed to be.

Official Drag Me To Hell Website Live!


Official Drag Me To Hell Website Live!

In the wake of the recent trailer hitting the web. It seems that the official website for Drag Me to Hell has now posted. Click the link below for all the Sam Raimi goodness.

Drag Me To Hell Official Website

Estimated Friday Box Office for Last House


Estimated Friday Box Office for Last House

Estimates are posting on the web now of the Friday's Last House on the Left Remake take. So far its showing a solid $5.5 million. This puts it on point to rake in somewhere between $15-20 million for the weekend. Yet, another good haul for horror. However, it had two issues. It opened vs Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's Race for Witch Mountain and the 2nd week of the Watchmen. Witch Mountain looks to have taken Friday with $6.5 million. One thing to point out also is the fact that Last House opened in a mere 2,400 theaters. Witch Mountain opened in 3,100. Its possible if not likely Last House would be ahead with the same amount of theaters.



Credit: Deadline Hollywood Daily

Cold Prey Review


Cold Prey Review

Its seems our boy MR has been a busy boy over at 28dayslateranalysis.com. This time with his review of the movie Cold Prey. Lets take a second and reflect over to his page and check it out.

Cold Prey Review

Orphan Trailer from Dark Castle

Here's the trailer for The Orphan.

ORPHAN trailer in HD


Credit: Myspace

Underworld Rise of the Lycans gets DVD and Blu Ray Dates


Underworld Rise of the Lycans gets DVD and Blu Ray Dates

Although, I know the in vogue thing to do right now is to say the new Underworld was the best but, personally I still like the first one the best. That being said Rise of the Lycans was damn close. Anyway, now we have specs and release dates for the new Underworld.

This title will arrive May 12th. The DVD will feature:

• Filmmaker commentary
• "Deathclub" music video by William Control
• 3 featurettes ("Underworld: Rise of the Lycans - From Script to Screen", "The Origin of the Feud", "Re-Creating the Dark Ages - The Look of Underworld: Rise of the Lycans")

Exclusive to Blu-ray release (including all of the above):

• Behind the Castle Walls: Picture-in-Picture feature
• Lycanthropes Around the World Interactive Map

Halloween H2 vs Final Destination 4 at the box office



Halloween H2 vs Final Destination 4 at the box office

Well, in news that to me is bad. At least for horror fans. Its looks as if both of these large horror movies will open against each other at the box office. Both of these flicks are now scheduled to open on August 28, 2009. Personally, I see one of the two movie spots. Because frankly, they could end up killing each other and a third non horror movie would step in and take the box office. Bad deal for both movies. Credit: New Line Cinema for moving Final Destination 4.

Dead in 3 Days Review


Dead in 3 Days Review

One of our friends to Horrorhideout.Com (28Dayslateranalysis.com) has posted a good review on Dead in 3 Days. Click the link to read the newest review.

Dead In 3 Days Review

Sam Raimi's Drag Me To Hell Trailer

Finally, the anticipated trailer to Sam Raimi's horror with Drag Me to Hell.



Now, that i've devoured this trailer like 4 times I must come back and say that frankly, I really not fired up for this any more. It just did not put me on my ass. Don't get me wrong. I love Raimi. The first two Spider-man movies are among the top 10 superhero movies ever. And Evil Dead 2 and Army of Darkness are two of horror's great flicks. That being said I'll still be there to see this movie as soon as it opens. And will give a review when I do. Stay Tuned.

Return of the Living Dead Part 2 Movie Review


Return of the Living Dead Part 2 Movie Review

Ok, kiddies we have Return of the Living Dead Part 2. I also remember seeing this one as a kid and frankly, I could remember very little about it. I will say this. I actually enjoyed this one more than the first one. This one features several returning characters from the first one in different roles ala' everybody in Rob Zombie's flicks. Which personally I don't mind but, I realize a lot of people hate this. Anyway, this movie to me was more serious than the first one but, still had a pretty big mix of comedy, horror, zombies, and campy film making. This movie features Thom Mathews and James Karen from the original as different characters however, they both get exposed to gas again and once again end with a bad turn for them. Thom Mathews is much less annoying in this sequel than in the first. James Karen is funny as hell. Also noted for having a zombie dressed in a Michael Jackson coat and a brief cameo appearance from Tar Man. This movie made a estimated $9 million which for 1988 is not bad. Anyway, this movie I thought had a notably better score and to me a better story with 3 boys discovering a canister that had fallen off the back of a truck. It just had the feel of the good old 80's horror movies that did not take themselves overly seriously. Which frankly, I enjoy. This movie is most definitely a worthy follow up to the first one. I definitely believe its worth a rent and/or a buy on a cheap rack some where. I give it 3.5 out 5 axes.

Finally!! Tommy Jarvis Returns!


Finally!! The Return of Tommy Jarvis!!!

How the hell this story is not everywhere I don't know. But, Fridaythe13thfilms.Com dropped some major freaking info on the most popular non Jason Voorhees character in Friday lore. The one and the only Tommy Jarvis is making his return in Freddy vs Jason vs Ash 2. Yes, guys sorry its a comic I know. But, its HUGE anyway. No one knows if it would be the grown up Feldman, Shephard, or Mathews version. I'm hoping its the Thom Mathews version.


Credit: Fridaythe13thfilms.Com

28 Weeks Later Movie Review


28 Weeks Later Movie Review

Ok, so I have been wanting to do the review for 28 Days and Weeks Later for quite some time and just haven't had the time to do it. And I figured since I was off I'd sit down. Watch' em both again and give my take. Now, I'll start with 28 Weeks Later just because its the one I grabbed first and popped in. It starts out during the time span of the first one with a group of people thats posted themselves up in hiding in a farmhouse. Nice and quite and living some what well under the conditions and circumstances. Now, this one is produced but, not directed by Danny Boyle. Its directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo which did a great job in this movie of keeping some elements of the first one which was a very raw feel in certain areas but, in some spots giving it a slicker feel. Robert Carlyle and his wife Catherine McCormack are the owners of the farmhouse in which they have a little boy show up. This little boy of course is trying to hide from the infected. Which now know there are people in the house. And that of course where this all falls apart. During the events Carlyle jumps ship and heads down river in a tremendous and gory opening sequence. Then we flash forward "28 weeks later". All is being rebuilt and citizens are being brought back in to a warzone type living situation where the US service have taken up post in a effort to keep things normal. Well, the kids of Robert Carlyle come in to join their dad and like normal kids go explore in areas they shouldn't and find their mom is still alive. Which when you watch the film you will understand what I mean. All hell later breaks loose as somebody becomes infected and the army has locked everybody in to a room to shelter them while they get control only an infected gets in to the room and infects them and they all pour out over the town. This time a doctor discovers the boy may be key to a possible cure and decides to shelter him and a US sniper setups to assist the 3 in an escape. Well, over the course of trying to exit to a safe location many members of their party drop get killed etc. Now, some will argue that this is not as good as the first. But, my feeling is its as good. There is a some great gore. Jeremy Renner is excellent in his role as the sniper and Robert Carlyle is a sob. But, some how a likable sob. It does lack the acting power of its original. There is no replacing Cillian Murphy, Brendan Gleeson, and the highly underappreciated Christopher Eccleston. And the best part of the sequel is the ending. I believe which gives you a glimpse of the things to come. I give it 5 out of 5 axes. A must own for horror, zombie fans.

Mickey Rourke the villian in Rambo 5

In some holy shit news. I understand Rambo 4 wasn't a horror movie. But, Sly went through guys with a machete in a way that Jason Voorhees himself would've said damn. And was a awesomely gory mess. And for that reason I am utterly pumped that news is coming out of Britain (Wtf) that Mickey Rourke (who is friends with Sly) may be the villian for Rambo 5. Jesus, I hope this is true. I will actually fork up theater fees to check it out. Rambo 4 was a huge hit worldwide making a cool $113 million worldwide and a whopping $38 million more on dvd. Goes to show action is making a comeback.

Credit: The Sun

New shot of Michael Myers Mask from H2


New shot of Michael Myers Mask from H2

Is this Mikey's new mask for Halloween H2? Could be. The Prop Shop online says it is. Check it out. The new mask indicates the two caps he took in the dome at the end of Rob Zombie's Halloween. Hmmm. Thought maybe she missed since we were getting a sequel. So has Michael Myers already jumped the more realistic vibe by living? Now we must wonder.

Credit: The Prop Shop

Surveillance Trailer

Wow, guys you must really watch the below trailer. In a movie directed by Jennifer Lynch and produced by David Lynch. This movie looks like it could be great. Its starring Bill Pullman, Julia Ormond, and the great Michael Ironside. Yes, I said Michael Ironside.


Surveillance Trailer

Triple Dog and The Devil's Fork Trailer up

Triple Dog and The Devil's Fork Trailer up

Go to Horrorhideout.com's trailer site and check out the trailers to two new indie films Triple Dog (which looks terrible) and The Devil's Fork (which looks well, I don't know for sure, fair maybe).

Trailers

Vote On Your Most Anticipated Horror Movie in the Near Future!!

Horrorhideout.Com fans take a second and go to the right and vote for your horror movie your looking forward to the most thats coming out in the near future. We will drop results a week from today.

Poll Closed: Winner Jason Voorhees!


Poll Closed: Winner Jason Voorhees!

Well, Horrorhideout.Com had its first poll and it was for who your favorite horror icon is. Jason Voorhees squeezed by narrowly over Michael Myers. Looks like the slasher flick is alive and well. Freddy Krueger, Jigsaw, Candyman all got a vote. To my surprise nobody voted for Leatherface or Ash Williams. Well. Looks like Jason Lives!!

Watchmen Scores Big At Box Office


Watchmen Scores Big At Box Office

Well, the Watchmen scored large at the box office. Just maybe not as large as many expected. The Watchmen still had the largest opening of the year. Dark superhero scored a estimated $55.7 million dollars. And one of the biggest openings ever for a R Rated flick. And being a comic superhero fan. For some odd reason the "only" reason I want to see this is Zack Snyder. 300 and Dawn of the Dead were great. And I like his style. So. And just to give you a heads up. Friday the 13th landed another $1.5 million. Not bad considering it dropped 1,000 theaters this week. It has now scored $82 million worldwide. I see it closing some where in the neighborhood of $90 million total. A huge hit for $19 million budgeted film.

Bill Moseley Pic from Halloween H2


Bill Moseley Pic from Halloween H2

Here's the legendary Bill Moseley as Uncle Coffins from Halloween H2. The host of the Creature Double Feature.

Credit:

Rob Zombie's Myspace

Watchmen scores big in midnight showings

Warner Bros.' "Watchmen" grossed $4.6 million in Thursday midnight runs, more than double the midnight gross for Zack Snyder's previous film "300."
Pic played more than 1,595 midnight run across the country.

All of the 124 Imax midnight runs were sold out to the point that the exhib added 3 a.m. shows. Imax says much of the weekend is sold out.

Today, "Watchmen" officially opens in a total 3,611 theaters. That's the widest theater count ever for an R-rated film.

"300" grossed $70.9 million in its opening weekend in early March 2006 and had a Thursday midnight gross of $2.5 million. Box observers believe "Watchmen" will beat that weekend number, despite its lengthy running time of 2:40. Especially after Fandango recently reported that 92% of its tickets sales were for "Watchmen." (As of 9:00 a.m. PST, Friday, March 6th)

"Watchmen" is Snyder's first directorial outing since "300."

Credit: Variety.Com

A Great Last House on the Left Promo Trailer



Watch this pop quiz trailer. Its super!! And I'm getting more pumped by the day for this remake.

3 Clips from the Upcoming Hush









This movie hits in the UK on March 13th - And I will let you know about US date or release as soon as it drops. This looks like a bad ass flick.





All clips courtesy of Shocktillyoudrop.com

Blood: The Last Vampire Trailer

New Official Halloween H2 Site Goes Live!


New Official Halloween H2 Site Goes Live!

Upon trolling the web we saw that the New Official Halloween H2 site is live! And its damn cool. check it out below.

Click Here for Official Site

Outlander DVD gets its date


Outlander DVD gets its date

Looks like Outlander will hit dvd on May 19th. This movie is a 13th warrior meets space scifi action flick. The movie stars Jim Caviezel, Ron Perlman, and John Hurt. And I've seen it. Its a pretty damn good flick. Check out the dvd specs:

-Deleted Scenes
-Commentary by Writer/Director Howard McCain, Writer Dirk Blackman, and Producer Chris Roberts and John Schimmel
-Visual Effects Tests
-Animatics
-Production Design Galleries

The Children DVD and Blu Ray

The Children DVD and Blu Ray

is coming to DVD and Blu-Ray in the UK on March 30th through Vertigo Films and Contender Home Entertainment. Both layouts of this movie will be available with the following hyped features:

• The Making of The Children
• Location featurette
• Paul Hyatt Talks Prosthetics
• Snow Set Design featurette
• Deleted Scenes
• Tom Shankland's On-Set Lair
• Working with Children featurette

Credit: Source:Vertigo Films, Contender Home Entertainment

Celebrate!!

Horrorhideout.com is pumped!! We're proud to say that we are making quite a few friends in the Horror World on our official Myspace. Kane Hodder, Derek Mears, Danny Trejo, Todd Farmer, Fridaythe13thfilms.Com, Bill Moseley, Insane Clown Posse, and IconsofFright.Com all have joined our official Myspace page!! If you have a Myspace and love horror send us a invite!! Also, thanks to all of our fans!! We just posted our 400th post!!

Dan Roebuck in a Frankenstein Outfit in H2


Dan Roebuck in a Frankenstein Outfit in H2

Here is a cool pic of Dan Roebuck from Halloween H2.

Courtesy: Rob Zombie's Myspace

Here's a Clip from the Movie Kill Theory

Here's a Clip from the Movie Kill Theory

Return of the Living Dead Movie Review


Return of the Living Dead Movie Review

Ok, so tonight was a netflix night and the gf and me watched a 80's horror classic Return of the Living Dead. This movie is directed by Dan O'Bannon and stars Clu Glulager and Thom Mathews. Both great genre actors including Mathews playing the iconic Tommy Jarvis in Jason Lives Friday Part 6. I must say I had seen this movie but, it was years ago. Maybe 15 or 20 years ago so I didn't remember much about it other than Mathews being in it and I think thats just because I had seen Jason Lives a million times. Now, this is a zombie pic with horror and comedy elements. It is also remembered for 3 things. Some over the top gore, a red spiked hair chick in full frontal nudity, and its comedic tone. This movie was not like your zombie toned movie like Dawn of the Dead, 28 Days Later, or its sequel. This was more in the vein of Shaun of the Dead. I must say if by chance if you haven't seen this you really should check it out. The movie is full of funny moments, and several moments that are just terrible but, in a great cheesy 80's horror way. Thom Mathews will drive you nuts as a whiny Freddy who is exposed to gas that causes him to eventually become a living dead member. Its a complete popcorn flick. And if you really don't dig horror/comedies that its best you should just stay away from this one. Even though I don't usually care for them myself this is an exception. Its campy and fun. And definitely worth a rent minimum. Maybe even a buy on a marked down rack. I give it 3.5 out of 5 axes.

Halloween H2 Set Pics!

Halloween H2 Set Pics!

Wow, over at Shocktillyoudrop.Com they have scored some H2 set pics including Tyler Mane and a action shot of Michael Myers. Click the link below to check them out!

Click Here for Pics

New Terminator Salvation Trailer - T4

New Terminator Salvation Trailer - T4

poster for the upcoming Pandorum


Here is the poster for the upcoming Pandorum. This looks like it could be a killer movie. Below is the rest of the info for this flick:

Pandorum
Directed by Christian Alvart
Produced by Paul W. S. Anderson
Jeremy Bolt
Robert Kulzer
Written by Travis Milloy
Starring Dennis Quaid
Ben Foster
Distributed by Overture Films
Release date(s) September 4, 2009
Country United States
Language English


Pandorum is an upcoming American science fiction film written by Travis Milloy and directed by Christian Alvart. The film stars Dennis Quaid and Ben Foster. Filming began in Berlin in August 2008. Pandorum is scheduled to be released on September 4, 2009.

Credit: Wikipedia.org and Latino Review

Scenes Clip from Adam Green's Frozen

Check out this behind the Scenes Clip from Adam Green's Frozen. I'm fired up for anything Adam Green does. This could be great.



Credit: DreadCentral.Com

New Lesbian Vampire Killers Video

New Lesbian Vampire Killers Video

Check out a new video for the Lesbian Vampire Killer movie coming soon.

New Lesbian Vampire Killers Video

Daeg Faerch recasts in Halloween H2



Well, it looks like Daeg Faerch grew up too much reportly to reprise his role as a young Michael Myers. He has been recast and will not make it in to the next Halloween movie entitled "H2".


Source: Bloody-Disgusting.Com

New Crank 2 Poster


Ok, so I know its not horror but, its a great action flick and I am a big Jason Statham fan. Here is the new poster for Crank 2!

New Terminator Salvation Pics

Yahoo Movies has posted some extremely kick ass Terminator Salvation Pics. Including the terminator and lot of shots of Christian Bale and Sam Worthington.

Click the link below:

New Terminator Salvation Pics

Horror Box Office - Weekend Of February 27th-March 1st



Horror Box Office - Weekend Of February 27th-March 1st

Well, there were no major releases in horror movies this week far as in theater action goes. Horror is still riding the coat tails of Friday the 13th, My Bloody Valentine 3D, The Uninvited, The Unborn, and the hit thriller Taken.

The movie Taken continued to hang very strong taking in $9.9 million after 5 weeks of being released and its total is now a HUGE $107 million. Friday the 13th continued to slide but, not near to the point of its 2nd week. Finished 11th with $3.7 million for a total of just over $60 million in US dollars alone. Highly, successful and notely a higher gross than the Halloween remake. The Uninvited made $750,000 raising its total to over $27 million dollars. The Unborn is a proven hit now taking in more than twice its budget at $42.6 million. And My Bloody Valentine's theater run is about over leaving its current total at $51 million. A definite hit considering its $15 million dollar budget. Now? Up ahead for a big release is The Last House on the Left.