Trailers

So for the past month or so we’ve been seeing more and more images coming out for Tim Burton’s “Alice In Wonderland”. Well not we’ve got the first official teaser trailer for the film which is currently set for a March 5th, 2010 release.

The next couple of months are going to be a good time to be a horror fan in Toronto.

2010 seems a ways off be we’ve already got the first trailer for next years “8 Films To Die For” series. Written and directed by independent comic book creator Brian Pulido “The Graves” looks to be one of the best entries to date.

Let’s play a fun game. Hop on down to the bottom of the page and watch the trailer for “12 Bells” and try to figure out what the hell is going on without reading the film's description. Go ahead, I’ll wait.

Being a fan of both "The Thing" and "The Blob" -- the originals and remakes -- it's safe to say that I have a taste for cheesy science fiction-horror hybrids featuring either large flesh-eating blobs or body-possessing alien lifeforms.

I have to give the creators of “Triangle” credit, they’ve got something I haven’t seen before. Ok not the whole trapped in a storm on a boat thing, not the “Butterfly Effect” thing and not the creepy empty ship thing. But freakin Bermuda Triangle?

With the success of the "Transformers" films and the upcoming "G.I. Joe" movie it was only a matter of time before the rest of our childhood toys get turned into major motion pictures. Well the good people over at Atom Films have beat the Hollywood big wigs to the punch this time.

The upcoming indie kidnapping thriller "Trap" is written and directed by Jason Horton, who co-wrote and directed the horror anthology "Edges of Darkness" that's currently got some release buzz for later this year.

As over-saturated as we are with zombie movies at times, there are always new angles to hit on. Zombies are rich with subtext and writers and directors keep finding different facets to highlight. The British nano-budget film "Colin" looks like a great example.

Just when you thought things couldn’t get any more f’ed up comes along sometime like “The Human Centipede”. Written and directed by Dutch filmmaker Tom Six the film will be making it’s debut in August at the Film4 Frightfest in London.