Paul Conroy is not ready to die.
Director Vincenzo Natali offers a 21st Century Frankenstein in this tale of two scientists who splice human and animal DNA to create a creepy, beautiful and deadly new species.
Stepping from the past into the present, the legendary West Virginia monster returns to show five childhood friends how revenge was really won in the Syfy original movie Mothman premiering April
This indy film out of Chicago promises zombies, demon children, serial killers and angry embryos (!), all in a blood-soaked throwback to classic old school horror movie anthologies.
Our critic called The Human Centipede "a sick, beautiful, twisted, and borderline brilliant piece of biologically-focused horror." Here's a trailer to whet your appetite.
The camera loves creepy old Brad Dourif and so do we.
If Clive Barker redesigned Monopoly, it would look a little something like the weird, evil board game featured in this indie flick. In limited release April 9.
If there's one thing this trailer wants you to know, it's that RE:Afterlife was shot with the Avatar cameras. If there are two things, it's the 3-D bit and that director Paul W.S.
A human/animal genetic experiment runs out of control - and out of confinement - in this new sci-fi horror flick from director Vincenzo Natali (Cube). Starring Sarah Polley and Adrien Brody, in
More Freddy means more better.