Filmmakers have had about enough with the found footage stuff
Today’s AFM is a leaner affair, but when it comes to horror, the surviving indies have resorted to the same formula
News comes after $40M+ opening weekend for "Insidious: Chapter 2"
Day-and-date theatrical/VOD release is planned
Buyers are feeling optimistic, but could a zealous Weinstein Co. or new player ruin all the fun?
TheWrap looks at the pressing questions facing the film industry between now and Christmas
Powell will continue to run the studio's microbudget film label and its digital operations
"Paranormal Activity 5" is due out in October, but the studio is now looking to push it to January
Go behind the scenes of Roger Corman's cult classics and "The Fog"
Despite the box office success of "World War Z," studios aren't in the market for more zombie projects
And what qualifies as horror for Oliver Stone? A tiger at sea.
Open Road will distribute the film, which Wayans will co-write and star in
"The Purge" is set in a futuristic United States in which all crime is legal once a year for 12 hours
Jacob Vaughn's film stars Ken Marino ("Burning Love," "Party Down") as a man whose stomach is possessed by a demon
SXSW will screen 106 shorts and nine midnight movies during its March film festival
Mark and Jay Duplass produced "Peachfuzz," which Mark Duplass also stars in
Elijah Wood and partners Daniel Noah and Josh C. Waller formed the company earlier this month
Grisly thriller is directed by YouTube sensation Michael Gallagher
Proposed adaptation of Mark Wheaton's ebook centers on a priest who picks up mixed messages from God leading to bloody chaos
FilmDistrict's latest acquisition, based on a Mike Flanagan short film, looks at a family torn apart by a haunted mirror
Ideal timing and a Hollywood heavyweight helped, but Paramount pressed all the right buttons in its targeted campaign for the low-budget thriller. Don't expect it...
Gale Anne Hurd is producing the scary movie, which CBS hopes to turn into a franchise
I sat down with the Rasmussen brothers to discuss working with Carpenter, their favorite films -- and the future of horror
Vampires are the new heartthrobs, zombies are the new action villains
After a quiet year for gore, studios are putting all their horror eggs in an October basket -- will that hurt "Let Me In" and...
Look very closely for some surprise clues as to what may be in store
Deal will screen movies simultaneously at Austin event and VOD
Why the fake-documentary approach works so well, from "Blair Witch" to "Paranormal Activity" to "Last Exorcism"
The horror classic will screen one-night only in advance of its DVD release
Without Duane Jones in the lead, “Night” would still have been an innovative shocker but wouldn’t have hit the cultural nerves it did