Entries from July 2009 ↓

Wolverine Anime Trailer

Well, this is certainly an "interesting" interpretation of the iconic Marvel hero. Kind of girly in my opinion, but that's the way of anime protagonists. Don't know if it will go over well with hardcore Wolverine fans. I sat through the Gotham Knight anime, which was okay, so I'd probably give this a shot.

‘The Box’ Opens Later, ‘The Roommate’ Gets a Move in Date

Sony Screen Gems has given their thriller The Roommate an official release date of October 1, 2010. The studio is pretty well known for announcing dates early and sticking to them. On the other end, Warner Bros. Pictures has shifted Richard Kelly's The Box off its Halloween release to a November 6th, 2009 release. I think this is a smart move distancing itself from Lionsgate's Saw VI, which is sure to do good Halloween weekend. For more information on both films, click the titles above.

Zombie Unloads Four New Behind-the-Scenes Looks at ‘H2’

To go along wit the new TV Spot and image comes four brand new behind-the-scenes shots from Rob Zombie's Halloween 2, which takes on The Final Destination on August 28th. In the images you'll find Jesse Dayton rockin' out at the big party, RZ, Danielle Harris and Scout Taylor-Compton hanging at the Brackett house, Danny Roebuck in his Frankenstein costume and a look at an ad for Dr. Loomis' latest book (in stores October 31st!).

Trailer For ‘The Chaos Experiment’

Below you'll find the trailer for the DVD release of The Chaos Experiment (formerly The Steam Experiment), which arrives on DVD August 4th from Genius Products. Val Kilmer plays a former university professor who overheats his hostages to prove that humans will devolve into chaos under the pressures of global warming. He tells a detective (Assante) that their location will be revealed if his hypothesis is printed as the local paper's front-page headline. The six potential victims are a former pro football player (Roberts), a former actress (Brown), a nurse (Muldoon), a waitress (Eve Mauro), a restaurateur (Quinn Duffy) and a writer (Cordelia Reynolds). As temperatures rise, the desperate detainees fight for survival.

Jul 31, 80’s Horror Short Trio – Man Covered in Green Substance, Couple Buried Up To Necks in Sand at Beach

I saw a trio of horror shorts when I was little in the 80's. In the first one, green hairy stuff grows all over a man's house while he's sitting

Jul 31, Glass Skulls, Boy Trapped in Bathroom Mirror

I can't remember the name of this movie but I recall there was a sequel. In the first one, a man inherits this house from his Grandmother who had

Podcast Episode #27: Comic Con Madness, Interviews and More!

WERE BACK FROM COMIC CON!!!! This week Tex and Mr. Disgusting share with David and Horror Guy Keenan their experiences from the massive San Diego Comic Con. We're also going to bring you right into the press conference room with the new Freddy Krueger (Jackie Earle Haley), the cast of Jonah Hex (Megan Fox, Josh Brolin), the directer of Night of the Creeps (Fred Dekker) and many, many more! And for those of you who haven't requested tickets for the Orlando Perfect Getaway screening, listen to see how to get your tix now! You can listen to the latest Bloody-Disgusting podcast heading to our podcast page, reading beyond the break or searching for "Bloody-Disgusting" in iTunes.

New Footage in Third REC 2′ Teaser Trailer

One of the best movies I saw last year (many of you just picked this up on DVD) was Filmax's groundbreaking horror film REC, which took us on a first-person ride through the hell of an apartment quarantine where an infection spreads like wildfire. Arriving in Spain this October is REC 2, which will have its world premiere at the "Midnight Madness" portion of the TIFF this September. The same talented directors (Jaume Balaguero and Paco Plaza) stick to the same claustrophobic concept in REC 2, but find new means of transferring fear from the screen to the spectator through the recording lens. Check out the third teaser trailer by reading on. How excited are you guys?

UK Quad For Bermuda ‘Triangle’ Thriller

Arriving in UK cinemas on October 16, 2009 Christopher Smith's Triangle, his latest genre effort that stars Melissa George (Turistas, Amityville Horror, 30 Days of Night), Holly Marie Combs, Rachael Carpani, Emma Lung, Liam Hemsworth, Michael Dorman and Henry Nixon. This morning a very lackluster UK quad was released from the psychological thriller set inside the Bermuda Triangle. It features the slogan "the forecast is evil", even though that has absolutely NOTHING to do with the movie, along with a triangle drawn out of blood. The movie will have its world premiere this August at the Frightfest Film Festival in London. Chris Smith previously directed Creep and the popular horror comedy Severance.

Final One Sheet For ‘Pandorum’ Raises Many Questions

You saw the new stills and special San Diego Comic Con clip here, now Bloody-Disgusting has your exclusive look at the final one sheet for Christian Alvart's Pandorum, which follows a young crew member awakes from his hyper sleep chamber to discover he's alone on a massive spaceship. He ventures towards the bridge in search of others and to try and figure out what happened. The new poster teases "fear what happens next" and features a sticky image that raises a bunch of questions. I guess we'll learn everything when Overture release the sci-fi horror flick in theaters September 18. What do you guys think is going on?

BDTV Interview: ‘Thirst’ Director Park Chan-wook’!

We have a very rare and special treat for you this morning. While we have already chatted with the legendary Korean director at the San Diego Comic Con (read it here), this week we were one of the few lucky individuals who were allowed to do a video interview with the director of Thirst (review), which is now in NY and LA theaters (expanding next week). For those of you who read the written piece, we asked new questions to keep this sucker fresh. So read on to check out our exclusive one-on-one video interview with the man behind Oldboy, Sympathy for Mr Vengeance, Sympathy for Lady Vengeance, JSA and the new vampire comedy Thirst!

‘Halloween II’ Second TV Spot

Beyond the break you can watch the second TV Spot for Dimension Films' Halloween II, which will be hitting theaters the same day as New Line Cinema's The Final Destination 3-D on August 28th. It's that time of year again, and Michael Myers has returned home to sleepy Haddonfield, Illinois to take care of some unfinished family business. Unleashing a trail of terror that only horror master Rob Zombie can, Myers will stop at nothing to bring closure to the secrets of his twisted past. But the towns got an unlikely new hero, if they can only stay alive long enough to stop the unstoppable.

‘Saw VII’ Going to Be in 3-D?

Shock confirmed their own rumor last night that Lionsgate will be shooting Saw VII in 3-D. Why don't I care? This is an unusual feeling, considering I'm pretty excited for Saw VI, which arrives in theaters October 23. The seventh film is to be directed by David Hackl, who delivered the lackluster fifth film in the franchise. Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton will pen the screenplay once again with the plan to get the film in theaters by October of 2010. No word on what the film will be. For those of you Saw super fans out there, go check out Melton and Dunstan's The Collector in theaters now, you won't be disappointed.

Midnight Podcast Episode 146


It’s the 3-year Anniversary Episode of the Midnight Podcast, and it’s a long one. But it kicks ass. Tom Berdinski, the man who made The Italian Zombie Movie, brings along a whole bunch of cast and crew to talk about low budget movie making. I review Dead Snow (2009) and Pontypool (2008) with an extremely special guest. Mastiffman sent in a review for Plaguers (2008), and Apocalypse Dan talks about the TV show The Colony in Survival 101.

I got my Zombie Liquorice t-shirts . . . and they rock!!

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Music this episode: Deftones | NWA

awesome movie poster friday – the CRAP I BOUGHT ON VHS RECENTLY edition!

Yes, it's true- I recently bought these movies on VHS for cheap cheap cheap. Where oh where? Why, at my pal Eric's store, that's where...or as it's more commonly known, Spudic's Movie Empire. Los Angeles locals, it's a great place to browse. Everyone else, you can still get movies from Eric via the magic of mail order. He even does special orders, y'all. Yee haw! I've got some movies to watch, some of which I've (gasp) never seen.