Crowdfunded creepfest Borley Rectory didn’t quite make its £10,000 target back in August, but that hasn’t stopped the people behind the film pushing forward with their unique animation project –and this week they’ve added a pretty special new perk to help them with completion funds for the production.
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The Greatest Horror Movie of All Time? Your mileage, of course, may vary. Whether you’re more of a fan of The Exorcist or a Halloween lover, there’s no denying the impact Tobe Hooper’s backwoods slasher classic The Texas Chain Saw Massacre has had on the horror scene since its 1974 release. We all know the story, of course: packing into their(…)
There’s something horrific in his shorts Howdy y’all! Hillbilly Horror Show is an anthology show featuring an awesome foursome of kickass short horror films and whatnot by talented varmints and smart-asses. The shorts are packaged into a fun, 1 hour comedy show hosted by Bo, Cephus and their hot kissing cousin, Lulu. With Volume 3(…)
The Coming Race is, err… coming Iron Sky: The Coming Race, the hotly anticipated sequel to the 2012 hit about Nazis on the moon, is well underway with its crowdfunding campaign, which aims to raise $500,000 for production of the new film.
Artist Justin Erickson of Phantom City Creative, the Toronto-based design collective behind the recent illustrated posters for Cub and The Strain, has come up with another winner, this time for Benni Diez’s upcoming horror comedy Stung, starring Matt O’Leary, Jessica Cook, Peter Stormare, Clifton Collins Jr. and Lance Henriksen, in which (it says here) “a fancy garden party goes terribly wrong after(…)
20th Century Fox has unearthed five new posters for its upcoming Egyptian-set horror film, The Pyramid, produced by Alexandre Aja (The Others, Horns), the directorial debut of prolific horror screenwriter Grégory Levasseur (who scripted The Hills Have Eyes and Maniac remakes, as well as Mirrors and P2), making his directorial debut. The Pyramid is released in UK cinemas on December 5th.
TheHorrorShow.TV – UK Home of Horror On Demand – Launches Subscription Service For the first time ever, UK horror fans will soon be able to enjoy a wide variety of horror films, from cult favourites to new releases, via VOD platform TheHorrorShow.TV‘s brand new subscription service, which goes live at midnight on Thursday, November 6th.
20th Century Fox has released a new featurette for its upcoming Egyptian-set horror film, The Pyramid, which is produced by Alexandre Aja (The Others, Horns), and directed by prolific horror screenwriter Grégory Levasseur (who scripted The Hills Have Eyes and Maniac remakes, as well as Mirrors and P2), making his directorial debut. “A team of US archaeologists gets more than they bargained for when(…)
Last week, just in time for Halloween, we asked TheHorrorShow.TV customers, Facebook fans and Twitter followers – basically everyone we know – to vote for their best horror film of the year so far. Now, the votes have been counted, and the results are in! Can you guess what came top?
Just 2.8 days after 28 Days Later was named “best British horror film of the 21st century” in a wide-ranging survey of horror filmmakers, critics and fans, the new trailer for 28 Days Later, Sunshine and Dredd screenwriter Alex Garland’s Ex Machina has arrived.
If you’re looking for “full-on mental entertainment” (Billy Chainsaw, Bizarre), TheHorrorShow.TV has an offer worth seeking out: a FREE DVD of Gyo: Tokyo Fish Attack when you digitally download a copy of the barking mad Japanese film for just £5.99.
Very few films combine horror and slapstick well, but Jim Muro’s body-melt masterpiece ticks all the boxes. The film has been plagued with censorship issues in the UK but finally we can experience the film in its full uncut gory glory, at http://www.TheHorrorShow.TV A beleaguered liquor store owner stumbles upon a case of a beverage called(…)
In the latest official TheHorrorShow.TV VODcast, our guest host – film scholar and critic Anton Bitel – looks at four films by Japanese me(n)talist Shinya Tsukamoto: TETSUO: THE IRON MAN, TESTUO II: BODY HAMMER, TOKYO FIST and KOTOKO – all of which are available to stream or download at the brand new VOD site for(…)
Starring Daniel Baldwin, Warwick Davis and Aurelia Riley. Sarah Campbell has to start her life over again after a messy divorce leaves her broken, lost, and alone for the first time in years. Having to live in a dumpy apartment complex with some interesting people is the least of her worries when strange things begin(…)