“Stu is the first human friend that I’ve had for a long time. With humans there’s a tendency to die.” What We Do In The Shadows is a vampire mockumentary that has been making the festival rounds and those in the UK will be able to watch it on November 21st. We have a new clip from the film that shows the human Stu exposing the centuries-old vampires to cameras, computers, and other technologies.
There’s no doubt about it, the January comic book releases from BOOM Studios! will please fans of John Carpenter, Kurt Russell, Clive Barker, and werewolf lovers hungry for a fresh, creative take on the full moon howler. Readers will see Snake Plissken on the run, Pinhead in a showdown, ol’ Jack Burton paying his dues, the monsters of Midian preparing for war, and a desperate father coming face to face with a Lycan.
Following its limited theatrical release, Lionsgate Home Entertainment is set to release Kevin Smith’s Tusk to Blu-ray, DVD, and digital on December 30th. Here’s a look at the official cover art and list of bonus features:
October may be over, but that doesn’t mean horror and sci-fi fans don’t have anything to look forward to this month. November 4th will see the release of Brett Ratner’s Hercules 3D and a few cult classics, including The Doctor and the Devils and The Ninth Configuration. There are also several indie horror movies making their debut this week, including The Taking of Deborah Logan, Ghost Bride and Dead Girls.
In “Slabtown”, last night’s episode of The Walking Dead, we finally found out where the mysterious cross-marked car took Beth Greene. While “Slabtown” showed us a slew of new characters, the preview videos for next week’s episode, “Self Help”, follow familiar faces, taking us on the road with Glenn, Maggie, Abraham, Rosita, and Eugene as they traverse a living dead landscape on their way to Washington D.C.
Many film fans have been waiting to see what project writer/director Nicolas Winding Refn would take on next after bringing the Ryan Gosling-starring flick, Only God Forgives, to the big screen in 2013. At first it looked like the visionary director might tackle a haunted hotel film and then it seemed as if he would helm a movie called I Walk with the Dead, but it’s now been revealed that his next movie is called The Neon Demon.
There are many different aspects of a zombie to be afraid of: their lifeless eyes, their chomping teeth, and their grasping fingers that reach out to tear into the flesh of the living. These digits of the dead have left indelible marks on the horror genre numerous times, from the elevator scene in Dawn of the Dead to the prison fence shots on The Walking Dead and now some creative cookers are bringing zombie fingers to breakfast.
Marvel has been making headlines with their recent Phase Three movie lineup announcements and the reveal of new Civil War and Secret Wars comic book storylines to be published next year. But keeping their caped crusaders in the spotlight are the folks at DC, who announced their respective slate of films and have now revealed the details of Convergence, their own major comic book storyline hitting shelves in 2015.
Ken Wiederhorn’s Shock Waves, one of my favorite cult horror movies from the ’70s, is heading to Blu-ray thanks to Blue Underground, but it has also been announced that the movie is getting a limited theatrical release and we have all the details: