A full-length trailer for the Kimberly Peirce remake of the 1976 Brian De Palma film “Carrie” has finally been released!
The series will see Brian K. Vaughn (Lost) and King himself as creative directors and producers.
The weakest nasties of the horror genre get lined up for a count down of shame.
Better late than never, right? REDRUM!
Current teen megastar Chloe Grace Moretz (Kick-Ass) is front and center in this behind the scenes footage of the CARRIE remake which is currently in production.
The 2002 TV movie adaptation of Stephen King’s first novel starring Angela Bettis and Patricia Clarkson isn’t so much disastrous as it is just pointless.
Stephen King and George Romero deliver an entertaining piece of self-congratulatory meta-horror featuring a terrific dual performance by Timothy Hutton.
With the closing of the year comes the end of all things. Here are some movies available on Netflix that won’t exactly fill you with a sense of hope and warmth for the future… but they’re still pretty awesome.
As tired as the original Creepshow was inspired, Creepshow 2 compiles the tales of a vengeful wooden Indian, a water-dwelling black blob and a resurrected hitchhiker.
Whether you believe in little green (or grey) men or think we’re definitely all alone out here in the universe, these alien abduction movies will have you looking up at the night sky with a little more fascination – and caution.
We recently told you to stay out of the water, ’cause there might be sharks or aliens or piranhas or Dustin Hoffman down there. Now we’re saying it might be a good idea to stay out of the air, too, because a little gremlin or Pac-Man-ish monsters or bad jokes or Bruce Payne might be lurking.
If you’re planning on taking a sick day sometime soon, here are a few flicks that might help set the mood for you…
Matt Damon, a haunted hotel, the threat of nuclear war, lusty Roman battles and Chris Kattan getting eaten by a shark are some of the delights you’ll find in the new releases on Netflix Instant this week.
Stephen King’s seven book epic The Dark Tower took three decades to complete and now it’s getting adapted to three films and a TV series.