Boy Eats Girl
Tony Todd's website has trailers for two of his upcoming movies: The Thirst and The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. As far as I'm concerned, every horror movie trailer should have a Tony Todd voiceover, whether or not he's actually in the film.
Poor Pretty Eddie (AKA Black Vengeance)
Always good for a smile: Night of the Living Dead in 30 seconds...and re-enacted by bunnies
Abar, the First Black Superman
The good news: Wesley Snipes' Gallowwalker site is up. The bad news: the IRS apparently took the marketing budget.
This isn't horror-related, but it might come in handy: "How to Avoid Alienating Your Black Friends".
Can't get enough of black people playing servants and savages? Well, Turner Classic Movies is featuring black roles all through November, including early horror films like Boys of the City, Spooks Run Wild, Gildersleeve's Ghost, King Kong, and Mexican Spitfire Sees a Ghost. They're classic because they're old!
Revenge of the Zombies
Somebody Help Me
Tales From the Quadead Zone
Somebody Help Me, a slasher from the folks who brought you You Got Served (let that sink in), comes out on DVD November 13, but you can catch a sneak peek of the entire movie on BET Halloween night! That means it's free. Cable is free, right? Click the pic below to see a trailer.
Return to House on Haunted Hill
Also, check out Possum Death Spree! No black people to speak of, but pretty darn funny.
BlackHorrorMovies.com is quoted in this week's Jet Magazine! Or, as old people call it, "the Jet". It's an article on Lyriq Bent's role in Saw IV. Click the cover to see the article (pdf format).
BlackHorrorMovies.com's influence is spreading like a fungus! Check out the piece I wrote for eHow.com: "How to Be Black in a Horror Movie". (I also wrote "How to Be Black in an Action Movie", but that's of less relevance to this site.)
Da Hip Hop Witch
Holla If You Hear Me
The DVD for Holla is releasing October 9 from Lionsgate Studios, and lo and behold, look at the quote at the top of the cover! In your face, Ebert...and that other dude...and the guest host filling in for Ebert this week while he recuperates from his stroke or thumb amputation or whatever it is that's wrong with him. Yes, in your face, too! Holla!
The Final Patient (AKA One Step Closer)
Just in time for Columbus Day! Get your official BlackHorrorMovies.com shirts right here!
Snoop Dogg's Hood of Horror
Don't I Know You...? Black Horror Character Actors
Storm of the Dead
Check out the new Black Devil Doll poster! I smell Oscar...
Ghosts of Mars
Don't I Know You...? Black Horror Character Actors
BlackHorrorMovies.com has been nominated for a Black Web Award for BEST BLACK MOVIE SITE! Click below to vote...preferably, for me. Not only can you vote more than once, but each vote is guaranteed* to add a day to your life!
Crazy As Hell
Wow, we've got a real bounty of black horror on the way. The latest is April Fools, featuring likeable character actor Obba Babatunde (see Necronomnicon) and -- stop me if you've heard this before -- a hooded killer! We can probably eliminate Mr. T as a suspect, since it's widely known that he pities the fool. The movie comes out September 11. Don't be a "fool"; check out the trailer here.
Are we in for a nouveaux Blaxploitation horror movement? Here are a couple of promising upcoming flicks that are headed in the right direction. Oh me oh my...(drool noises)
Black Devil Doll, from the fine folks at RottenCotton.com, was recently featured in this Fangoria article!
Ken Foree as we've all been longing to see him: jolly...and pissed! From the twisted mind behind BadAzzMofo.com, it's Black Santa's Revenge: www.myspace.com/blacksantamovie.
Check out these behind-the-scenes shots of the upcoming Blood RIver, the directorial debut of Shedrack Anderson III, who you might remember as Rudy from the live-action Fat Albert movie. He was also killed in the fun slasher Drive-Thru, and by the looks of things in the third pic below, he doesn't fare much better here. Oh well, he's behind the camera, so who cares? And look, it's Bubba Smith! Can't wait!
The Hills Have Eyes 2
Black zombies! Here are some cool behind-the-scenes pics of CBS's zombie show "Babylon Fields," courtesy of Black Horror Movies reader Johnathan Swindell (pictured). Black-Italian hottie Leila Arcieri is also featured in the show, which, last I heard, was tabbed as a mid-season replacement. Thanks, Johnathan!
Devil's Express (AKA Gang Wars)
FINALLY! Access to a working computer! Mine died, and I'd just like to take this opportunity to say that eMachines and everyone associated with them can go straight to Hell. Have a nice day.
Frankenhunter: Queen of the Porno Zombies
The Serpent and the Rainbow
Rapper "Slash" Actor
Night of the Cobra Woman
Most Valuable Victims
Gangs of the Dead (AKA Last Rites)
May 12: (Back from vacation!)
Three Sickxty (AKA Manic)
The White Gorilla
Recon 2020: The Caprini Massacre (AKA Power Corps)
Deep Blue Sea
The Bogus Witch Project
The House of Dies Drear
Masters of Horror: The V Word
Psycho Cop Returns (AKA Psycho Cop 2)
Vampire in Brooklyn
Caged Terror (AKA Golden Apples of the Sun)
Ain't Too Proud to Die: A Who's Who of Black Actors Who've Died in Horror Movies
Africa Addio (AKA Africa Blood and Guts)
The First Power
The Eyes of the Mummy
Dead Men Don't Die
The Black Death
King of the Streets (AKA Alien Warrior)
Tales from the Hood
Memorial Valley Massacre
Snakes on a Plane
Snakes on the Brain
Africa: Evil or Just Misunderstood?
In the Shadow of Kilimanjaro