Saturday , 28 February 2015
Fangoria covers it all!

Fangoria covers it all!

Systems go for Alien 5!

Systems go for Alien 5!

The Evil Within

The Evil Within

What's New!

R.I.P. Leonard Nimoy

Spock

It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that the news has come to us of the passing of Leonard Nimoy. He died Friday, February 27, of end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease at his Los Angeles home. He was 83. His most famous role, that of the half human, half Vulcan Mr. Spock, from the original series, Star Trek, ... Read More »

She’s alive! Lazarus Effect – review

Lazarus Effect 2

One of the greatest mysteries of life is what happens to you when you die. In the latest frightfest to hit theater screens, The Lazarus Effect, discovering what lies in the great beyond may be better left alone. From Blumhouse Productions, the studio that specializes in low-budget, yet highly successful horror franchises like Paranormal Activity, Insidious, Sinister and The Purge, ... Read More »

The Thing gets Frozen!

Frozen Thing

What happens when John Carpenter’s The Thing meets up with the characters from Disney’s smash hit, Frozen? Find out in this gorelicious animated treat from director Lee Hardcastle that recreates the famous blood-testing scene from the 1982 horror classic. And a note that the short is NSFW. Enjoy: Read More »

Fangoria covers it all!

Fangoria-Cover-To-Cover-TRADE

Since 1979, Fangoria magazine has been synonymous with horror. Debuting at the dawn of the modern age of horror in film, with movies like Halloween, Dawn of the Dead, Alien and Friday the 13th, Fangoria carried on in the tradition of the great Forry Ackerman and his Famous Monsters, and put its own stamp on the horror genre with in-depth ... Read More »

Interview with The Creepshow

The Creepshow-4

Horror and rock and roll go together like apple and pie. The Creepshow is a psychobilly/punk band hailing from Toronto, Canada, with songs about losing your soul and brain-eating zombies. Early last year, the Gore 4 caught them live down the Jersey Shore in the midst of an icy, snow-filled winter spell [The Creepshow must go on!] And the Gore ... Read More »

Systems go for Alien 5!

Ripley headgear

On Earth, everyone could hear horror and sci-fi fans screaming in anticipation over news that an Alien 5 looks to actually be happening! And it will be directed by none other than the director of District 9 and the soon-to-be-released Chappie, Neill Blomkamp. As stunning as this news is by itself, is that it has happened so quickly. The gestation ... Read More »

Walkers strong against deadly competition

Walkers

The first half of this season’s The Walking Dead often beat NBC’s football in the ratings. Now, the second half of this season has been facing a steady stream of formidable competition as well, and is managing to hold its own. The return of the show on Feb. 8 faced off against CBS’ The Grammy Awards, and pulled in 15.6 ... Read More »

Return of X-Files No Conspiracy

The X-Files

The truth is still out there! It looks like one of the greatest sci-fi/horror shows in television history is coming back to the small screen. When the last X-Files movie, I Want to Believe (2008), underperformed at the box office, it appeared we had possibly seen the last of agents Mulder and Scully. But, in recent years, there have been ... Read More »

The Thing That Wasn’t

Thule Station

Certainly, a main criticism of the 2011 prequel, The Thing, was its overuse of CGI effects as opposed to the practical effects that were so masterfully created by Rob Bottin in the ’82 Carpenter film. Though a great deal of practical creature f/x work was created by Alec Gillis and Tom Woodruff, Jr.’s Amalgamated Dynamics for the prequel, much of ... Read More »

Another Thing

The Thing prequel

Here’s a critical and thorough assessment of the 2011 The Thing prequel by the Gore 4′s own Walking Ed Turner, written soon after the film’s release: Excited as I was to see the prequel, I have to say it was hard to remain removed from the Carpenter version and judge the film solely on it’s own. To me it had ... Read More »