Though the new take on Conan the Barbarian may not have been a success, director Marcus Nispel is on to his next project as Heat Vision has word that he will be at the helm of the adaptation of the horror action comic book Hack/Slash.
If you grew up during the ’90s, it’s likely you’re familiar with prolific YA-writer R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps, either as the kiddie-friendly horror book series or as its child star-studded TV spin-off. So it’s little surprise that a Goosebumps movie would be in the works.
This spring and summer is when we’re going to get some true horror in theaters. Find out what’s coming in 2012 Horror Preview Part 2 – Cabins, Dark Shadows, & Vampire Hunters.
Bored with the usual slasher movie marathon routine? Experience the terror first-hand by visiting a real-life horror movie location. Just make sure to bring along a friend who’s a slower runner than you: 13 Thrilling Real-Life Horror Locations
Joss Whedon fanboys (and girls): The director will debut his horror film, The Cabin in the Woods, at the SXSW film festival on March 9. It will be the Austin film fest’s opening night feature, festival organizers announced.
There’s nothing particularly novel about the grim view of humanity on display in cult French director Xavier Gens’ brutal post-apocalyptic horror show, The Divide. But that doesn’t make this overwrought but harrowing film feel like any less of a body blow to the soul.
He’s been regularly bouncing between the horror and suspense-thriller genres for decades, but bestselling author Dean Koontz’s latest volume once again sees him aiming towards the weirder end of the mainstream horror market, with some enjoyably unpredictable results: 77 Shadow Street by Dean Koontz – Book Review
The first printing of Alan Robert’s critically acclaimed horror graphic novel, Crawl to Me (IDW Publishing), has sold out within a week of its release. As a result, the award-winning publisher is currently scheduling a second pressing.
Though his book is fiction, Jeremy Puckett said it reveals a real perspective on the experience of growing up in rural Kentucky. He describes his novel, Black Bottom Hollow, a horror story set in the Kentucky backwoods, as a way to portray southerners as heroic.
A fun, rip-roaring horror tale from author Christopher Fowler, Hell Train serves as a loving homage to Hammer’s classic output. Here’s Andrew’s review in Den of Geek…
The 2009 supernatural horror film The Unborn isn’t done creating scares – at least for Rogue Pictures and Relativity Media. Rogue, which released the movie, and its parent company Relativity have been hit with a $1 million lawsuit by a man who claims that the plot for the film was stolen from a deceased relative’s novel.
Tony Todd (Candyman), Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th Part VII), Danielle Harris (Halloween 4), director John Landis (An American Werewolf in London), and a slew of other horror-movie veterans will guest on FEARnet‘s Holliston, a new sitcom created by Hatchet filmmaker Adam Green.
There’s a reason David Lubar calls himself “The Lehigh Valley’s Stealth Author.” He’s the brains behind the popular Weenies short-story collections, the Accidental Zombie series, and a bunch of other books for young readers. Catch an interview with David Lubar…
Sharing 15 really cool horror facts that you do not know … and if you did know then you are the definition of a die hard horror fan!
Next week French publisher Lexis Numerique is set to release the intriguing survival horror title Amy on the Playstation Network. The game’s announced pricing structure was less than traditional, as many in the media were quick to point out.