Clive Barker's horror fantasy is getting the long-awaited director's cut release next year from Shout! Factory's Scream Factory imprint.


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With its release on DVD and Blu-ray this week, the saga of deformed killer Victor Crowley comes to a conclusion in "Hatchet III" from director and series creator Adam Green.



In the glut of zombie films we've experienced since their resurgence, they've been pitted against slackers, vampires, cops, crooks, but never, not once, cockneys. Enter writer/director Matthias Hoene who, along with co-writer James Moran, is one of the minds behind the horror-action-comedy "Cockneys vs. Zombies."

Moran spoke with explained cockney slang to us as well as bringing legendary British tough guy Alan Ford ("Snatch," "The Long, Good Friday") into a zombie nightmare.



For "American Mary" star, Katherine Isabelle, the body modification thriller isn't a horror movie. "It’s being marketed simply as the horror movie, and I’m like 'Well it’s not really a horror movie. There’s no scary scenes,'" she told me in a recent interview. And she's right: it's a hard movie to classify, as is its heroine Mary Grant, med school student-turned-underground body modification pro Mary.

Directed and written by the twin duo of Jen and Sylvia Soska, "American Mary" exists in this weird place between exploitation film and social commentary, sitting uneasily with both. Isabelle and I talked about what Mary means to her, what it's like working with the Soska sisters, women in horror, and the legacy of Isabelle's role in the horror classic, 2000's "Ginger Snaps."



There's really not a whole lot I can say about this video other than I love it and I really want you to see it, appreciate it, and share the heck out of it.

It's Vincent Price in a bear suit. Life is good. Or at least in 1985, it was.


Beginning September 20, AMCÕs ÒThe Walking DeadÓ will come to life at Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Orlando ResortÕs Halloween Horror Nights events with all-new terrifying mazes inspired by Season 3 of the critically-acclaimed, award-winni

This year's featured setpiece at the Universal Studios horror attraction will be based on the West Georgia Correctional Facility as seen in AMC's "The Walking Dead." Is getting stalked by zombies behind prison walls your idea of fun? Then read on.



I've spent a bit trying to articulate how, even if it's isn't exactly successful, director Fede Alvarez's "Evil Dead" (2013) captures some of the soul of the 1981 original. Overly expository, a little too busy, and maybe a little too slick, "Evil Dead" uses its practical effects and sheer punishment of its leads to do some of what Sam Raimi's original cabin in the woods splatter film did.



Earlier this month, Titan Books celebrated one of writer Edgar Allan Poe's great creations, Le Chevalier C. Auguste Dupin, the protagonist of the first known detective story, "The Murders in Rue Morgue." In the anthology, "Beyond Rue Morgue," a collection of writers returns to Dupin, spinning new tales of the macabre for the first detective--and one of those writers is "Books of Blood"/"Hellraiser" and "Candyman" creator Clive Barker.

After the jump, read an excerpt from his story, "New Murders in Rue Morgue." "Beyond Rue Morgue" is available now in print and digitally from Titan Books.



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Zombies have devoured all areas of pop culture in the last few years that toothless retreads make the genre feel like it’s decaying pretty fast. But a clever concept -- such as with Peter Stenson’s new shockingly personal crystal meth-meets-zombies book “Fiend” -- has the power to refresh the old corpse and get it back to its best shambling form.



On July 16, Milan Records is releasing the original motion picture soundtrack for indie horror master Larry Fessenden's latest "Beneath" and we've got an exclusive track for you to check out.

Give it a listen below.



Mezco Toyz' line of classic Universal Monsters is a thing of wicked beauty. The stylized-figures readily capture the retro look of the monsters we all grew up with, while adding that bit of flare Mezco excels at. The latest release is the Creature-- the one known for chilling in Black Lagoons and snatching blonde-haired ladies-- and MTV Geek has a set of exclusive photos to satiate your toy-hungry eyeholes!



Shout! Factory's incredibly awesome horror label Scream Factory is unleashing another killer series of cult classic onto horrific high definition this Fall.



CBS’ much-anticipated adaptation of Stephen King’s novel “Under the Dome” premieres tonight at 10 p.m., and we’ve got a whole series of interviews with the talented cast playing the unfortunate souls trapped by “The Dome” in the small town of Chester’s Mill.

Up first is Mike Vogel, a veteran of A&E’s “Bates Motel” along with such series as “Pan Am” and such films as “Cloverfield” and “The Help.”  Vogel has one of the major roles in the book, of mysterious new guy in town Dale “Barbie” Barbara – who, like everyone has a few secrets of his own.  We talked to Vogel about his inspirations for “Barbie,” what to anticipate on the show, and more.


It’s a good time to be Dean Norris.  Not only is his long-running role as macho-yet-noble DEA man Hank Schrader on AMC’s Emmy-winning Breaking Bad finishing up later this summer with his character due to play a major role in the final episodes, but he’s also starring in the plum role of “Big Jim” Rennie, the manipulative town leader in CBS’ Under the Dome, the eagerly-anticipated Stephen King adaptation from Steven Spielberg and Lost writer/comic book superstar Brian K. Vaughan that premieres on June 24.

During a set visit to Under the Dome at Screen Gems Studios in Wilmington, North Carolina, we got a few minutes to talk with Norris about Under the Dome, Breaking Bad and more – and tried to pry a few secrets of those shows out of him: Read More...


Good things come to those who wait. That’s a saying as old as Larry King, but it rings true for fans of Adam Green’s Hatchet series. Having released the first in 2006, then the second four years later, things are coming to an end with Hatchet III on June 14... Or are they? The third installment picks up with scream queen Danielle Harris reprising her role as Marybeth Dunston. She’s drenched in blood and Sheriff Fowler (Zach Galligan) isn’t buying what she’s selling.

Wait a minute, you mean the Zach Galligan who most of us grew up wanting to date, or be?  Yes, the man who’s widely known as Billy from Gremlins is heading back to the big screen as the Sheriff of the town that can’t catch a break. So what do you talk about when you get a chance to chat with Zach? Whether or not he owns a Gizmo, of course (spoiler: he doesn't, he wasn't even offered one): Read More...

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