night of the living dead

The counterculture film movement never had a better representation than that of writer/director George A. Romero.

You can’t call yourself a true horror fan if you’ve never been to a midnight movie. There are few things that can draw you into a film more than a rowdy audience of inebriated, enthusiastic genre fans all gathered around to take part in the same film. In “Midnight Movies”, Film scholar Stuart Samuels traces the origin of the midnight movie and it’s subsequent embrace by the mainstream audience by documenting key films in cult cinema.

If you're a big Sookie Stackhouse fan prepare to be excited. Bluewater Productions will be creating a Charlaine Harris comic in their "Female Force" line.

Not content with turning viewers stomachs with his big screen take on "I Am Legend", Will Smith will be re-entering the genre with a remake of Alfred Hitchcock's "Suspicion".

Because showing up on every single '50 Horror Movies for $10' box set isn't enough, George Romero's now public domain "Night of the Living Dead" is now available to you in an iPhone app.

If you thought "Repo! The Genetic Opera" was a total misfire, take a quick peek at the new trailer for Miguel Sapochnik's "Repo Men." Similar premise, a lot less warbling. That's a good thing, right?

The sequel to "Demonic Toys" is almost upon us. To keep us satiated until its release, feast your tiny eyes on this pair of interesting clips from the long-awaited follow-up. The violent wretching that ensues is perfectly natural.

Because people have absolutely nothing better to do with their free time, a trailer for the new colorized version "Night of the Living Dead" has appeared online. In 3D, no less. That horse is dead, people.

Do you play with dolls? Sure we all do, but most of us try to only do it in the privacy of our own homes or in certain underground clubs where a password is required and you normally end up in a ball gag. But now you can put your sick pastime to work for a greater good. Or if you’re more into animation or painting, that will work too.