Aaron Eckhart To Star In Incarnate from Blumhouse/WWE Studios

Deadline has announced that Aaron Eckhart will star in Incarnate from Blumhouse Productions and WWE Studios.

The movie,directed by Brad Peyton (Journey 2: The Mysterious Island), follows an exorcist (Eckhart) who taps into the subconscious of a possessed nine-year old boy (David Mazouz).

Ronnie Christensen wrote the screenplay and Universal will distribute within the US.

Wild Work Interview With Eric Red

In 1888, Professor Abraham Van Helsing pursues Count Dracula into the American West. Wooden stakes and spurs, silver bullets and six-guns, side by side. Bullets fly, there’s Hell on Earth around every hitching post, and enough blood is spilled to turn the western desert into a crimson sea. It’s going to be one Hellsing of a ride!

We caught up with writer, Eric Red to talk about his upcoming title Wild Work from Antarctic Press.

Horror News Network: Can you talk a bit about coming up with the concept of this book being set in the American West? read more

Ghostbusters Haunted Highway Electronic Slot Car Racing Playset Coming in January

Race the Ecto-1 around the track and to the finish line ahead of the authentic NYPD patrol car. On the way you’ll drive through the legs of the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man and try to avoid wrecking on the zigzagging ectoplasm track. It’s high speed paranormal fun you control! The Ghostbusters Haunted Highway Electronic Slot Car Racing Playset includes 14-feet of HO scale track, the Ecto-1 and NYPD police cruiser race cars, and 2 sections of ectoplasm track.


Justice League Dark #25 preview

DC Comics has provided us a preview of the new Justice League Dark comic.

A “Forever Evil” tie-in!

Alone in a world where Super-Villains reign, John Constantine must enlist the aid of Swamp Thing in order to turn the tide.

32 pages
November 27

Written by J. M. DeMatteis
Art by Mikel Janin





Fanboys Vs. Zombies #20 preview

BOOM! Studios has provided us a preview of the new Fanboys Vs. Zombies comic.

Series Finale.

“4 Stories of the Apocalypse” concludes with an alternate reality tale — what if the Wrecking Crew turned zombie at SDCC, and the scrappy creators of a comic book series called FANBOYS VS ZOMBIES were the only humans left alive to stop them?

32 pages
November 27

Written by Shane Houghton
Art by Jerry Gaylord
Cover by Jerry Gaylord and Gabriel Cassata







Cryptozoic Man #2 preview

Dynamite Entertainment has provided us a preview of the new Cryptozoic Man comic.

After landing in jail, Jack Gimlin is bailed out by a mysterious industrialist who offers him the job of a lifetime…tracking and trapping the world’s most famous cryptids, who also happen to be portals to alternate dimensions. Meanwhile, the fur flies when Cryptozoic Man learns the fate of a loved one during a cosmic tea party.

32 pages
November 27

Written by Walter Flanagan and Bryan Johnson
Art by Walter Flanagan and Chris Ivy
Cover by Walter Flanagan read more

Grimm Fairy Tales presents Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass #3 preview

Zenescope Entertainment has provided us a preview of the new Grimm Fairy Tales presents Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass comic.

Death comes for Johnny Liddle! You’ve seen her true power in No Tomorrow… so prepare for the world of Wonderland to get even more terrifying as Keres, Goddess of Death lures Johnny and Adina to her castle. Will they escape Death’s clutches, or is their fate already written in stone?

32 pages
November 27

Written by Raven Gregory and Pat Shand
Art by Vincenzo Riccardi
Covers by Abhishek Malsuni, Ivan Nunes, Vincenzo Cucca and Franchesco read more

Criminal Macabre:The Eyes of Frankenstein #3 Review

Criminal Macabre: The Eyes of Frankenstein #3 Review 

by Christine Caprilozzi


Writer: Steve Niles

Artist: Christopher Mitten 

Publisher: Dark Horse

Release Date: November 27, 2013

Rating: 8 out of 10


Synopsis: While Cal and Frankenstein go shopping for human eyes, a strange stage magician reveals why the ghoul population is dying out.

Our Thoughts: The third issue of “Criminal Macabre: The Eyes of Frankenstein” brings the audience and the monster just that much closer to regaining sight. However, there’s much more to this series, if you’ve been paying attention, than just Frankenstein’s eyes. Without giving too much away, readers are treated to some incredible bloody fight scenes, as well as demonic overtures that shake even Cal. The series definitely continues to hold the reader’s interest, as well as peak it. One can’t help but wonder where the hell Niles is going next on this trip. read more

Sorority Party Massacre Coming to DVD on February 11th

Beautiful sorority babes. An isolated island with nowhere to hide. A crazed killer targeting them one-by-one. Ah, the joys of higher learning… On February 11, 2014, Anchor Bay Entertainment unleashes Sorority Party Massacre, a master class in girls, gore, carnage and comedy.  Guaranteed to tutor you in terror, Sorority Party Massacre will be available on DVD for an MSRP of $22.98.  Pre-book is January 15, 2014.     
An isolated town full of sexy college girls has a dangerous secret:  one girl has gone missing each year for the last 20 years.  A big-city cop, in danger of losing his badge, agrees to aid the town’s sheriff in investigating these unsolved disappearances. Quickly they realize that they are dealing with a psychotic killer whose brilliance has been twisted into a taste for terror, torture and sorority sister torment. But when this party gets started, who will graduate – and who will be held back?
Directed by Chris W. Freeman and Justin Jones, and featuring a headline cast including Tom Downey (Mirror Image), Kevin Sorbo (“Hercules: The Legendary Journeys”), Ed O’Ross (“Six Feet Under”), Leslie Easterbrook (The Devil’s Rejects), Richard Moll (“Cold Case”), adult film legend Ron Jeremy and new Scream Queens Marissa Skell, Eve Mauro and Yvette Yates, Sorority Party Massacre teaches old school terror exploitation.  This party is comedy camp at its shocking, slashing, sexy best!
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Roger Corman’s Horror Classics Vol. 1 Review

Roger Corman’s Horror Classics Vol. 1 

Our Thoughts:

Film Chest unleashes a 3 DVD set of a trio of AIP meisterwerks: A Bucket of Blood (1959), Dementia 13 (1963), and The Terror (1963) but before you shrug and ignore the umpteenth release of these PD stalwarts, listen up: you have never seen these films like this before. All three have been digitally restored in high definition from 35mm prints, widescreen, 16×9 enhanced and mixed in 5.1 surround sound (with the except of A Bucket of Blood, which is in crystal clear mono.) While these films are mostly noted for the participation of future cinema luminaries such as Jack Nicholson and Francis Ford Coppola and the appearance of horror god Boris Karloff, the quality of the films themselves should not be neglected. A Bucket of Blood and The Terror, though minor works in Roger Corman’s incredible oeuvre, show why Corman deserves his status as the co-leader of not only the silver age horror revival (along with Hammer Studios) but also of inaugurating the American “New Wave” of directors in the 60’s and 70’s as his artistry and D.I.Y ethos provided both the model and the means for a cinematic revolution.   Case in point is Dementia 13, Francis Ford Coppola’s stylish, gothic/noir William Castle meets Henri-Georges Clouzot thriller, a film that may not have been made by the young director had not Corman nurtured and believed in the potential of the prospective mavericks that came to work for him.  The fact that it took until 2009 for Corman to be given an Academy Award for Lifetime Achievement  is a disgrace, but one that can be rectified by the restoration of all of Corman’s works in the same manner that Film Chest has done these movies.  Just being able to see the full landscapes of The Terror (yes it’s a matte painting, but a beautiful one at that) gives this shot in four day film (though the second unit pick-ups would be shot over nine months by apprentice directors Francis Ford Coppola, Dennis Jakob, Monte Hellman, Jack Nicholson, and Jack Hill) a majesty that previous versions never even hinted at.   Unless you got to see these films in the theater in their initial release, you won’t believe just how wonderful these films look. Corman, you are avenged!  read more