John Carpenter’s The Thing, which turned 35 at the end of June, is always the first movie we turn to during a summer heat wave—or any time we feel like watching something both figuratively and literally chilling But it’s by no means the only great horror film set in freezing conditions. Beat the summer heat by making…
Zombie movies are, by design, all about death. Zombies kill humans, humans kill zombies, humans become zombies and are killed again, etc. What sets an exceptional zombie movie apart from the brain-munching pack? The gruesome creativity of its death scenes. Here are nine of our favorites.
How do you up a movie centered around Nazi zombies? Simple — resurrect the Allied forces to fight even MORE Nazi zombies. And then hire the delightful Martin Starr to star in it.
What better way to celebrate the soft opening of Dead Snow in the US than with two, count 'em, TWO music videos featuring the undead foe? One is a human-versus-Nazi showdown, the other is a stripper singalong.
Megan Fox talks Transformers! Duncan Jones talks Moon! Plus amazing new pics from Dead Snow, 9 and Scott Pilgrim. A crazy Lost rumor gets debunked! Plus [Rec] 2, Dollhouse, Virtuality, Stargate, True Blood and Sanctuary. Spoilers are eating your brain!
Iron Sky, the Finnish comedy about Nazis returning from the Moon, was already challenging Dead Snow for the crazy-Scandanavian-Nazi-movie title. But now this new concept art clinches it for us. Check out our awesome gallery.
The Russians have crafted a tribute to the Norwegian Nazi Zombie movie Død Snø (Dead Snow) that illustrates what happens when you pirate movies in Russia, and it involves some slightly NSFW undead Third-Reich action.
Hooray — the undead Third Reich could be stomping towards a theater near you sometime soon. Norwegian cult-classic-in-the-making Dead Snow (Død Snø) has been acquired by IFC Films. Let's celebrate with some new clips.
The most exciting films at this year's indie movie-fest Sundance include tales of clones, soul-stealing machines, lonely astronauts and an undead Third Reich. So what did the critics think of these indie-SF beauties?
The US premiere of Dead Snow (Død Snø) is right around the corner at Sundance, but it's already premiered in Norway, and our io9 correspondent Bjørn was there.
Get a closer look at the bloody madness behind Dead Snow (Død Snø), which includes more chain-saw loveliness. Plus, there's a new trailer for Outlander the alien-viking smackdown film coming Jan. 23.
If you weren't excited about Norwegian horror movie Dead Snow, this clip should surely change your mind. See the most intense, insane and amazing Nazi-zombie-fighting scene ever.
Let the Nazi zombie attacks begin! The first clips from Norwegian film Dead Snow (Dod Sno) have finally surfaced from Sundance. So far this flick is delivering all the horror goods: sex, zombies and Nazis.
It's starting to get chilly, but the ladies from Norwegian undead-Nazi fighting flick Dead Snow will keep you warm. Their Spirit cover is gorgeous, but besides blood-covered hotties find out what happens when a couples woodsy honeymoon is interrupted by cannibal cave people, and take a look at the poster for Paul…
Happy news: the Norwegian Nazi zombie movie Dead Snow (Dod Sno) will be making its American premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. And to celebrate, we've got a new trailer that pins humans against undead hatemongers.
Looks like Nazi zombies are going to do us all a solid and feast on the brains of hip teen snowboarders. Thanks, zombie Third Reich. In the Norwegian movie Dead Snow, a group of frozen undead German soldiers from World War II rise up to attack local vacationing snow bunnies. How did these kids awaken the wrath of…