The dating scene is tough, even more so when you’re a lovelorn vampire. So, aside from picturing them naked, what do you do when your date turns out to be a complete bore? Find out in this bloody new clip from What We Do In The Shadows.
Metrodome will release in UK cinemas November 21.
The film is a mockumentary/comedy written, directed by, and starring Jemaine Clement Continue reading →
Jose Larraz’s 1974 UK/Spanish sex and death shocker Vampyres is one of the greatest Euro-erotic horror films of all time and the idea of remaking such a gritty, sensual gem is unthinkable. But Spanish director Victor Matellano (WAX) not only thought about it, he did it. After a year in production, Matellano’s Vampyres is done and FANGORIA has the first look at its ultra-hot and super bloody trailer!
Like the original, the film finds a pair of bisexual, sadistic female vampires shacked up in a Gothic manor, where they lure men and women with promises of debauchery that always ends in orgasmic death. Continue reading →
The full trailer for the second season of the Emmy nominated Netflix original series, Hemlock Grove, has been released (in the comments) and it looks a lot less Twilighty bromance.
The gory supernatural dramatic thriller from executive producer Eli Roth will premiere on Friday, July 11th at 12:01 AM PT.
Executive Producer Eli Roth says Netflix supported them taking the series in a “dangerous direction” stating that “they encouraged us to go even further – into a scarier, darker, and sexier place,” he explained. “We guarantee you won’t see anything like this anywhere else on television.” Continue reading →
One thing I learned early on in my marriage is “happy wife, happy life” so when my wife saw the first trailer for The Only Lovers Left Alive and gushed about it, I knew I had to keep an eye on this movie. With that, I am happy to tell you Sony Pictures has finally released an official U.S. trailer that’s pretty representational of what you’ll see in theaters April 11.
The pic “tells the tale of two fragile and sensitive vampires, Adam (Tom Hiddleston) and Eve (Tilda Swinton), who have been lovers for centuries. Both are cultured intellectuals with an all-embracing passion for music, literature and science, who have evolved to a level where they no longer kill for sustenance, but still retain their innate wildness.”
Sorry for the delay in bringing you this episode, we weren’t happy with our original episode 11, and decided to scrap and record a whole new episode. This week we talk about coprophagia, interracial relations, birth defects, and what happened to Beans from Even Stevens. At some point we take a look at the season premiers of American Horror Story: Coven, and fan favorite, The Walking Dead. Joined this week by Carlos and Alia, this episode is exactly what you’ve come to expect from this show; complete chaos. Tune in next time when we review something we probably didn’t plan on reviewing.
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