With Vincentennial & Con-tamination 2011 in May and our own LATE NITE GRINDHOUSE program starting up soon (announcement to come shortly), St. Louis will be a wonderful place for genre fans. Now, Turner Movie Classics and Charter are bringing the Road… Read More »
Hey St. Louis! Wanna see the newest film from Zach Snyder, director of Watchmen and 300 for free? Fresh off of last year’s preview from Comic Con, Sucker Punch is an epic action fantasy that takes us into the vivid… Read More »
One of the better genre films I saw last year was I Saw The Devil (review here). Now, it will be in St. Louis for a one week engagement this month. Lucky for you, Landmark Theatres has offered a ticket… Read More »
The New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles, California is one of the oldest working theaters in the United States. This is possible thanks to filmmaker Quentin Tarantino buying up the theater in February of last year. The fate of the… Read More »
Hey Fiends! We have another pass giveaway for you. Throughout hundreds of years, the tale of Red Riding Hood has been told, modified and changed that a new version would be just as unpredictable than previous tales. Wanna see the… Read More »
St. Louis is proudly the birthplace of one of the most iconic horror actors of all time, Vincent Price. Price would have been 100 years old this year but sadly he left his mortal coil 18 years ago. He took… Read More »
It is with sad news that I report that the promoters of Horrorhound Weekend Indianapolis have confirmed that Dario Argento will not be able to make his previously scheduled appearance this March. Continue reading to find out why.
St. Louisians, Want to win some free passes to an advance screening of Unknown, the new film from Orphan director Jaume Collet-Serra, starring Liam Neeson. Read on for your chance to score an Admit Two pass!
With an already packed line-up that includes a Suspiria reunion, a House by the Cemetery reunion, a Killer Klowns from Outer Space reunion, and an 80′s Slasher Fest, this spring’s Horrorhound Weekend is set to be a huge event. To… Read More »
St. Louisians, here is your chance to win some free passes to an advance screening of The Rite starring Anthony Hopkins? Read on for your chance to score an Admit Two pass!
In 2007, Dead Silence, James Wan and Leigh Whannell’s follow up to their hit film Saw, was released. Unfortunately for the two Aussies, Dead Silence failed to match the success of their previous effort. Stepping away from the blood and… Read More »
The Alamo Drafthouse has developed quite a name for itself over the past few years. Between Fantastic Fest being held there every year and the popular late-night cult films that are shown there every month, the Austin theater has earned a reputation of… Read More »
The 2008 independent horror film Pontypool, was on the tip of every horror geek’s tongue a few years ago. Its tale of a radio DJ who becomes trapped in the station during a viral outbreak grabbed audience’s attention with its tense… Read More »
I had to put two exclamation points in the above title for this because I really am that excited! Anyone who knows me can attest to my love for Dario Argento. Granted he has stumbled a bit with his recent films, yet… Read More »
Last year, St. Louis experienced a convention that covered horror (obviously a subject DTB is interested in), sci-fi and pop culture. This year, the convention is back. Most St. Louisians have to travel out of state to check out a… Read More »