And apparently she's not alone in this sequel to the horror movie "Ringu" coming to DVD, Blu-ray, and VOD in June from Wellgo USA.
It's the utter randomness of the British "trapped in a building with a monster" movie "Storage 24" that ultimately undoes "Darkhunters" director Johannes Roberts' latest. The characters--a mix of lovers and friends who don't seem like they would talk to each other unless they were, you know, trapped in a huge storage facility together, are a poor match for the film's alternately 9-16' tall monster. And without that connection, without any theme linking the would-be victims of and victors against this splay-mouthed beast, "Storage 24" ends up one of the alternately better produced bad "Alien" knockoffs out there.
...not of the high-rated series, naturally, but something bad is going to do down this season in Bon Temps.
With season five of "True Blood" mostly a wash, the showrunners appear to be picking up immediately after its conclusion with its most oddball threads: Killer Bill: the Blood God.
This behind-the-scenes promo provides a first glimpse at Brian K. Vaughan's adaptation of the Stephen King novel for CBS.
Ever been worried about a wisecracking homicidal clown chasing you in the dark? No? Well, writer-director Conor McMahon has you covered with "Stitches," his tongue-in-cheek horror movie out next week on VOD, DVD, and Blu-ray from Dark Sky films. And in this clip, you can see the titular vengeful clown (played by British comedian Ross Noble) chasing after some of his teenaged prey.
A note to all would-be supernatural killers on tricycles: know your terrain.
With the season three finale of "The Walking Dead" set to air this Sunday on AMC (opposite the season premiere of "Game of Thrones," set your DVR), we spoke to series producer Gale Anne Hurd about the evolution of the zombie series, where Rick will go next, fan reactions to Andrea, and who she'd like to have at her side with the living dead stalk the Earth.
Sure, it's not Emma Stone, Jesse Eisenberg, and company, but the four leads in the Amazon web series "Zombieland" make fine replacements for their big screen counterparts in this first official still.
Scream Factory gives this squishy/sexy/grotesque Lovecraft adaptation a lot of love in a gorgeous restoration packed with candid looks back by the cast and crew of this Stuart Gordon-directed film.
Jonathan Levine's ("50/50," "All the Boys Love Mandy Lane") horror-comedy "Warm Bodies" is coming to DVD and Blu-ray on June 4th. Hit the jump to find out what's on Summit's planned DVD/Blu release.
By Jorge Solis
Just a few days away, viewers are waiting for the highly anticipated season finale of "The Walking Dead." In case you're already anxious, check out these sneak peek clips of Sunday's "Welcome To The Tombs" from MTV Splash Page. Because Michonne wasn't handed over to him, let's speculate what The Governor will do to retaliate against Rick and the others.
Marcus Dunstan, along with co-writer Patrick Melton, crafted his sequel "The Collection" as a response to the recent glut of found footage horror cluttering theaters and store shelves. As he told me in a chat via phone, he said that while some found footage films have merit, there's been an erosion of the type of horror that truly affected him as a young fan. Movies made with the care, beauty, and respect for imagery of Dario Argento's giallo classics "Suspiria", "Inferno," and the like. In our conversation, Dunstan shared insight on "The Collection's" gruesome (and hilariously horrifying) opening bloodbath that sees (spoiler alert!) a club full of horror archetypes slaughtered by a giant wheat thresher(!), the origin of his future slasher icon The Collector, and more, including an update on the eagerly-anticipated "God of War" adaptation that he and Melton are writing.
By Jorge Solis
Viewers may not recognize who actor Michael Koske is on the show, but they definitely have seen him in some key zombie scenes in "The Walking Dead." In the episode, "Walk With Me," you saw his chin get stabbed by Merle (Michael Rooker). Michael Koske spoke to MTV Geek about how he ended up becoming a walker, the learning curve in zombie school, and his favorite death scenes.
The true horror is the spectacularly bad cover art this fun indie is getting from Magnet Releasing.