“There’s no clown coming!” a frantic mom realizes during her kid’s birthday party. No problem—Dad to the rescue, grabbing a costume he randomly finds in a dusty trunk. But that’s no clown suit... it’s the skin of a demon, and it can’t be removed. Slowly, it begins to turn the wearer into a rainbow-wigged monster.
With The Green Inferno—the first of two new Eli Roth movies that will be released in the next two weeks—Eli Roth attempts the virtual impossible: making a modern cannibal movie. The Green Inferno is a throwback to the small but notorious cannibal subgenre of Italian horror movies that were made mostly during the late…
Although his usual horror entertainment seems like it would be better suited to the WWE Network, Eli Roth will bring his talents instead to Women's Entertainment TV as producer and first episode director of the new supernatural exorcism series South of Hell, starring Mena Suvari.
The most memorable thing about season one of Hemlock Grove was the batshit transformation of a human into a wolf. How can this show beat that thrill this time around? By going even more crazy with the "wolf-face exploding out of human face" action. And by reversing the process.
The trailer for Season Two of Netflix and Eli Roth's horror soap opera Hemlock Grove is out and it is overflowing with blood. Watch it only if you're prepared to see self-flagellation, leech eating, eyeball piercing, flesh rendering—and, oh right, a little bit of nudity.
Eli Roth's very fun horror movie Cabin Fever was released in theaters just 11 years ago. And now it's getting a full reboot. Because there are no more ideas left.
Eli Roth's gory werewolf series will live on for another season on Netflix.
Check out a bad-ass behind-the-scenes clip of Eli Roth explaining the "Anatomy of a Kill Scene" on his new werewolf series Hemlock Grove.
Okay. Rather than redescribe Netflix's new werewolf/gypsy/murder mystery TV series Hemlock Grove (premiering this Friday), I'm merely going to quote what this trailer is rated R for: "Mild Fornication, Fellatio, Heavy Cocaine Use, Lesbian Necrophilia and Violent Hemorrhaging."
Total Film asked a wide variety of actors and directors if they'd like to be involved in J.J. Abrams' upcoming Episode VII. As it turns out, yes, most actors would like to be part of a movie that will likely make $1 billion... except for Jason Statham, who is far too important to lower himself to Ewok-level.
Take a look at Eli Roth's first foray into the world of serialized storytelling, in the first trailer for his new Netflix monster series. Based off Brian McGreevy's novel, Hemlock Grove stars Famke Janssen and a cast of sexy teens writing around in a monster-filled town in Pennsylvania. At least we think it's…
Good news for Eli Roth fans — the horror director's latest disaster movie Aftershock — which he co-wrote and stars in with Nicolas Lopez — has been picked up by Dimension Films, and here's the first ever clip to celebrate. Watch as a Chilean club becomes a bloodbath when an earthquake hits. Here's what we know about …
The disgusting flesh-eating horror movie that put director Eli Roth on the map, Cabin Fever, is getting not one, but TWO prequel movies. One of them, Cabin Fever: Patient Zero, has finally scored a director. There's only one question: Will there be pancakes?
There is nothing scarier than a clown. Nothing. We're not sure if this trailer for Eli Roth's Clown is real or fake, but one thing we do know is that it's terrifying.
Before you see The Last Exorcism this weekend, forget everything you saw in the trailers. This is not a gorefest. It's a tense, character-driven story of skepticism and faith that will leave you utterly shaken.
Eli Roth directed the smart, infamous gore movie Hostel, played the violent "Bear Jew" in Inglourious Basterds, and just produced horror-suspense flick The Last Exorcism, opening Friday. We talked to him about horror movies, and what he's working on.
Spooky exorcisms are a staple among horror movies. But the latest trailer for the new Eli Roth-produced exorcism film has us wondering: Can this shaky cam "real life" film be half as frightening as the original Exorcist?