Not much word’s crept out ever since Guillermo Del Toro announced some months back that he’ll be developing a game with American publisher THQ. The “inSane” project’s known to be a horror trilogy with a strong Lovecraftian influence, but the first game in the series was described as being years away. Find out more … inSane
Guillermo del Toro was nine years old when he saw a 1973 TV movie called Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark. It was the scariest show he’d ever seen. For years, del Toro dreamt about making a new version of the film. He bought the rights, and 13 years ago, he began writing a screenplay with collaborator Matthew Robbins. And here’s the rest of the story …
Landing at No. 3 on the Forbes magazine list of the world’s highest paid authors is horror and suspense writer Stephen King, earning $28 million.
There are two breeds of horror movie nowadays: those that aim to give you a jolt via ghastly kills and those that aim to send shivers down your spine using old-school atmospheric techniques. Next year’s The Woman in Black clearly falls into the latter category. Read more … The Woman in Black Trailer #2 Is Determined To Creep You Out
Like Metallica, Morbid Angel and Mercyful Fate, Vancouver metal band Auroch takes inspiration from weird fiction author HP Lovecraft. “We love the mystery, the incomprehensible bizarreness, the monsters and the horror,” says vocalist Cuillen Sander,
Gabrielle Faust is known as the Queen of Cyber Goth. She’s also quite the amazing vampire novelist, an Austin fashion icon, a Texas Social Media award winner and a musician. Here are … 10 Questions For Gabrielle Faust
When Chris Sarandon first learned of plans to remake Fright Night, the 1985 horror classic in which he famously played Jerry, the vampire who lives next door, he was apprehensive. He worried that the film opening Friday would be a monumental screw-up. “But it ended up being brilliant,” he says now. Sarandon bites into Fright Night
The much-anticipated World War Z movie, based upon the novel by Max Brooks, is already rallying much controversy over the web. The horror novel depicts the history of a decade long war on earth between human beings and zombies.
Darren Shan, Barry Hutchison and Alexander Gordon Smith talk horror: Horror Stories for Kids at 2011 Edinburgh Book Festival
Actress and producer DeeDee Bigelow is set to portray “Diana Diablo” for the horror/sci-fi comic book Ginger Stein: Rise of the Undead by artist Dennis Willman, Jeff Hughes of Comic Book Divas and Iron Dead.
Set for a six-episode run, Holliston is a half-hour comedy series from filmmakers Adam Green (Frozen, Hatchet) and Joe Lynch (Wrong Turn 2: Dead End, Knights of Badassdom) that mixes elements of Saw and Wayne’s World. It is scheduled to start production later this year.