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The Shelf: BIG BAD WOLVES, DOCTOR WHO, SORCERER

This week, we’ve got Quentin Tarantino’s top film of 2013, a Doctor Who story not seen for 45 years, and the forgotten classic from one of Hollywood’s toughest filmmakers. Also,… more

WonderCon’s DELIVER US FROM EVIL Panel

While WonderCon was noticeably short on horror offerings this weekend, the convention did feature a lively panel on Saturday for director Scott Derrickson’s follow up to Sinister, the exorcism film … more

Nerdist Podcast: William Shatner

The legendary William Shatner chats with Chris and Jonah about his upcoming show Shatner’s World in movie theaters around the country, his love of making people laugh, and his… more
 

Schlock & Awe: NIGHT OF THE LEPUS

Remember those 1950s and ’60s movies about giant, radioactive creatures that terrorized cities and stuff? Like ants in Them!, the grasshoppers in The Beginning of the End, or the myriad… more

Teaser for Eli Roth’s THE GREEN INFERNO Hits The Web

The first teaser for The Green Inferno, Eli Roth’s newest directorial effort, has appeared online. The controversial film follows a group of student activists from New York City to the… more

Awesomely Bad Movies Heats Up THE BURNING

It’s another episode of my webseries Awesomely Bad Movies, the show in which I skewer weird and/or ungood movies for the betterment of society and the youth of the… more
 

EXCLUSIVE: Go Behind the Scenes of Action Horror Film AFFLICTED

Nerdist has an exclusive first look at the behind-the-scenes featurette for the acclaimed new action horror film Afflicted. The film, written, directed and starring Derek Lee and Cliff Prowse, cleaned… more

The Shelf: THE HOBBIT, A FIELD IN ENGLAND, EARTHFLIGHT

This week, we have several adventures in far away lands, from fighting to slay a dragon to trudging across grass high on mushrooms to soaring in the air with our… more

Win Tickets to See OCULUS in Lots of Cities

You see what it wants you to see, and this weekend, the new horror movie Oculus wants you to see it. The film sees Karen Gillan as a young woman… more
 

Review: ALIEN ABDUCTION

Although the found-footage genre is growing increasingly stale, it can still provide some genuine – if cheap – thrills. Also, Alien Abduction hits this critic right in the nostalgia gland. As someone… more

Blumhouse to Remake THE SENTINEL For Universal

Jason Blum, the mega producer known for producing low-cost genre films that usually garner high returns, will remake The Sentinel for Universal Studios, according to The Tracking Board. Released in… more

Schlock & Awe: THE VAMPIRE LOVERS

I’ve made no secret, or tried for that matter, of the fact that my favorite horror movies as a rule were made in the ’50s and ’60s by Hammer Films… more
 

The FX of ’79 – ALIEN

And so, friends and countrymen (but not Romans, because what did they ever do for us?!), we come to the end of this series, and what an interesting journey it… more

Tall Men and Silver Balls: the First PHANTASM V Teaser

It’s been 16 years since the alien and necrotic Tall Man darkened cinema’s doorways with his arched eyebrow and persistent bellows of “Booooooooy!” But you can’t keep a good horror… more

Awesomely Bad Movies Targets ATM

ATM: That stands for Automated Teller Machine, of course. Who’da thought so much “drama” and “tension” could be mined from three people trapped in such a vestibule late one night… more
 

Schlock & Awe: EATING RAOUL

Murder and cannibalism sure are funny, aren’t they? No, really, they are. That’s why everybody thinks Hannibal is so funny. They don’t? Oh, well, maybe if that show had been… more

Schlock & Awe: WHO CAN KILL A CHILD?

Horror films are littered with seemingly sweet and innocent things becoming terrifying, whether it be animals (like the family dog in Cujo or giant bunnies in Night of the Lepus),… more

The Lethal Ladies of Horror Film Festival is Coming To Los Angeles

Attention all horror nerds! If you or someone you know lives in or around the Los Angeles area, you are in for a treat. Arrow In The Head and Flicks… more
 

Interview: THE DEN’s Melanie Papalia

The Den, the new techno-thriller from IFC Midnight directed by Zachary Donohue, hits select theaters and VOD this Friday, and Nerdist got a chance to interview the film’s star, Melanie… more

Schlock & Awe: THE ASPHYX

’70s horror films are possibly my favorite kind of horror. There was a sensationalism about them and a desire to push the envelope that I find incredibly enjoyable. One of… more

EXCLUSIVE Photos From IFC Midnight’s Thriller THE DEN

The new tech-thriller The Den, directed by Zachary Donohue and starring Melanie Papalia, hits select theaters and VOD next Friday, and we’ve got your exclusive photos from the film! Written… more
 

Schlock & Awe: HUMANOIDS FROM THE DEEP

Roger Corman is one of the most successful independent film producers in history. He’s produced 400 films in a career spanning nearly 60 years and he’s done this… more

Rob Zombie Puts BROAD STREET BULLIES On Hold, Plans Horror Flick Next

In the ten or so years that Rob Zombie has been making movies, he has quickly emerged as one of the most polarizing and interesting figures in horror. Zombie began… more

Bloody Full-Length Trailer for Gothic Thriller PENNY DREADFUL

Though the premiere is still a few months away, Showtime is ramping up the promos for its upcoming horror series, Penny Dreadful. The title is reminiscent of a style of… more