If you can't get enough of Syfy's Blood Drive, then you'll be pleased to know that the grindhouse series also has a new coloring book for adults to enjoy, although you'll want to make sure that you have plenty of red crayons to color in the buckets of blood.
Before he took us to deep space, James Gunn welcomed us into the small town of Wheelsy, where nothing very unusual seemed to happen... until the day sinister alien slugs set their sights on the locals. The 2006 horror comedy Slither will be released on a Collector's Edition Blu-ray from Scream Factory on August 1st, and the full list of special features include a new audio commentary with Gunn and co-stars Nathan Fillion and Michael Rooker.
If the recent news about the Suspiria remake has you pining to watch the original in theaters, then you'll be pleased to know that The Chicago Cinema Society has discovered an uncut Italian 35mm print of Dario Argento's classic 1977 horror film, and they're taking it on tour to select US theaters this summer and fall.
The horror genre has seen many of them, and while some remakes have failed to leave their mark, others are still discussed today among those who love or loathe them, and this July, Brooklyn's Nitehawk Cinema will screen four notable horror remakes from the 21st century.
"When the snows fall, and the white winds blow, the lone wolf dies, but the pack survives." With the premiere of the new season of Game of Thrones less than one month away, HBO released a new trailer featuring the brutal battles to come for those who have managed to survive thus far.
Premiering tonight as part of the 2017 Los Angeles Film Festival is Sam Patton’s Desolation, which follows a grieving mom named Abby (Jaimi Paige), her teenage son, Sam (Toby Nichols), and their friend Jen (Alyshia Ochse), who head out to the woods in an effort to honor Abby’s deceased husband’s wishes and spread his ashes, only to come across a mysterious loner who begins following their every move.
We're back with another edition of Comics Corner. This week, we start things off with a look at Monsters Unleashed #3 from Marvel Comics! Also: Aliens Defiance #12 preview pages, Z Nation #3 preview pages and three covers, Angel Season 11 #6 preview pages, Call of Duty Zombies #5, Harrow County #24, Blood Blister #3, Jeff Lemire's variant cover for Black Hammer #10, and Plastic #3.
Keep an eye on the sky and watch out for impossibly wide grins and creepy cotton candy, because Fright Rags is looking to bring the Killer Klowns from Outer Space into your closet and sock drawer with their new apparel collection.
Do you have what it takes to be the last slasher standing? The ’80s live forever in the Mixtape Massacre horror board game that kicked off back in 2015, and now Bright Light Media has launched an official Kickstarter campaign for The Black Masque expansion that's packed with new slashers, new victims, and plenty of ways to make macabre memories during your next family game night.
John Kramer's influence is far reaching and his desire to play deadly games seemingly never ceases, so it's fitting, then, that Lionsgate has officially revealed the title of the next Saw film to be Jigsaw.
We've seen Jack Black enter the world of horror as R.L. Stine in the Goosebumps movie, and now it looks like the actor is heading back into the realm of chills and thrills with Amblin Entertainment and Mythology Entertainment's film adaptation of the 1973 children's book The House with a Clock in its Walls.
As a member of the directing duo known as The Vicious Brothers, Colin Minihan took us on a paranormal-fueled adventure in Grave Encounters, and now he's entering the zombie apocalypse with his next film, It Stains the Sands Red, which now has an official release date from Dark Sky Films.
Synapse Films made many viewers happy last year with their Collector's Edition Steelbook Blu-ray release of Dario Argento's Phenomena, aka Creepers, and if you didn't pick up the Steelbook, you'll soon have a chance to purchase the film in a standard (but still extraordinary) two-disc Blu-ray this September, along with The Creep Behind the Camera.
If Kino Lorber's recent announcement that the complete The Outer Limits TV series is coming to Blu-ray has you nostalgic for a sci-fi/horror anthology series from the past, then you might be thrilled to hear that Warner Bros. is taking another step forward on their long in-development Twilight Zone movie.
We've seen Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead comic book series come to life on AMC's TV series, and soon you'll be able to navigate the post-apocalyptic world of the comic in Disruptor Beam's new mobile game, The Walking Dead: March to War. Ahead of the game's release later this year, new artwork and details have been revealed.