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There are so many reasons why certain horror-obsessed nerds born in the late-70′s (like me) are so screwed up that they won’t fit in one article, but 1988′s Killer Klowns From Outer Space is one item that can be explored. And God help us, it’s getting a sequel.
Written and directed by the puppeteer team the Chiodo Brothers, (Charles, Edward and Stephen, and whose other work includes Elf, Team America: World Police, Critters and, well, Critters 2), Killer Klowns is a campy, gory horror flick about an alien invasion whose forces happen to look like grotesque, mutated clowns. Rumors have been floating around for awhile, but First Showing reports that a new film by the same filmmakers is in the late stages of development.
It’s hard to say anything about “official” details, but this next installment – dubbed a “requel” by the Chiodos and supposedly to be »
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In celebration of Halloween, The Fine Brothers have created another great movie spoiler video focusing on horror films. In the video below they take it upon themselves to spoil 50 horror films in 4-minutes. Check out the video below, and yes there are spoilers! Enjoy!
Final Destination 5, Scream 4, Saw 3D, Apollo 18, Fright Night, Insidious, Alien, Aliens, Alien 3, Alien: Resurrection, Alien vs. Predator, Aliens vs. Predator 2, The Wicker Man (old), The Wicker Man re-make, Leprechaun, Leprechaun 2, Scanners, Children of the Corn, Hellraiser 2, Hellraiser 3, Hellraiser 4, Hellrasier 5, Hellraiser 6, The Ward, Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, The Rite, I Spit on your Grace, Troll Hunter, The Mummy (Karloff), The Phantom of the Opera (Chaney), The Birds, Darkness Falls, Wolf Creek, Critters, Critters 2, Critters 3, Critters 4, May, The Howling, Splice, The Grudge, Rec, Rec 2, The Descent, The Descent Part 2, Return of the Killer Tomatoes, The Hills Have Eyes, »
Who saw me on Chiller's 13 Scariest Movies Of The Decade last fall? You rock. And if you didn't, well you should start watching more Chiller, because they got lots of original productions heading our way. In addition to another special - this one about creepy children (which may or may not feature a certain me) - they got two original features on the way, both based on works from some well-regarded horror authors. In addition to Steve Niles' Remains, they have also begun production on Ghoul, based on a Brian Keene story. Joining the cast are Nolan Gould from "Modern Family," and veteran character actor Barry Corbin, who appeared in No Country For Old Men but is probably best known to horror fans as Harv in Critters 2. The film is set to premiere sometime late this year »
Dread Central, in conjunction with the folks behind the fifth annual Sci-Fi Spectacular taking place Saturday, March 19th, at the Music Box Theatre in Chicago, has three pairs of tickets to the event to give away to a trio of lucky winners!
To enter, send us an E-mail Here including your Full Name And Mailing Address, and we'll leave the winners' names at the box office -- just be sure to bring an ID!
Here are the details of Sci-Fi Spectacular 5:
From noon ‘til late. Doors open at 11am.
14 hours of sci-fi/horror films and fun are all wrapped into the Music Box Theatre! Here's the current schedule:
11:30am – Trailer Trash (Vintage Sci-Fi/Horror/Crazy 35mm trailers »
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Like many esteemed horror figures, director and writer Mick Garris, well known for multiple collaborations with Stephen King and for being the creative force behind the Masters Of Horror series, began his directing career in the sequel trenches with 1988’s Critters 2. Time, though, has proven Critters 2 to be an often inventive, truly fun fan favorite and Movieside Film Festival is honoring that fact by making Critters 2 one of the centerpieces of their Sci-Fi Spectacular 5 on Saturday, March 19 at the legendary Music Box Theatre in Chicago (see details here). With Garris, appearing as a special guest at the event, Fangoria thought it would be a perfect time to catch up with him and explore the legacy of Critters 2 and his other cult-worthy projects. »
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5 items from 2011
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