DATABASES & NEWS SITES

CHUD.com – One of the biggest movie news sites out there! These guys cover everything possible: comic books, mainstream films, cult movies, and more! Definitely pay this site a visit when you want to keep up to date on anything film related.

DiscDish.com – Started up in February of 2010, this site is an invaluable resource, full of DVD and Blu-ray disc news and reviews, as well as celebrity interviews. This site is updated daily, so keep an eye on it if you’re an avid film fan and/or collector. Also, if this site is a bit too “mainstream” for you, then check out DiscDish.com’s DVD Resources page to find a site that is more suitable for your needs.

DVD Drive-In – A great resource for news on upcoming cult, horror, and exploitation titles coming out on DVD & Blu-ray.

The Internet Movie Database – An invaluable resource when looking for information on a specific movie, director, actor, etc.!

MRQE.com – The Movie Review Query Engine is one of the best places on the web to search for a review on any movie you can think of. Have a review site of your own? Then contact the webmaster and ask if your reviews can be part of the every growing search engine.

Satellite News – The official Mystery Science Theater 3000 fanpage! Get daily doses of b-movie celeb birth and death dates, keep up to date on MST3K DVD releases, and learn about everything there is to know about this sorely missed comedy show!

Sci-Fi Japan – A definite must-visit site for fans of Asian sci-fi, fantasy, and horror films! If there’s any new kaiju or tokusatsu flicks coming out, then rest assured that this site will have plenty of coverage!

Shock Til You Drop.com – One of the web’s best horror/cult/sci-fi news sites! These guys get a lot of exclusives, have a huge archive of interviews and movie reviews, and they update daily!

Shogun Assassin.com – A fansite/database dedicated to “Shogun Assassin” and the “Lone Wolf and Cub” films, soundtrack, TV series, and more!

VHS Wasteland – An awesome website that has archives of VHS boxes! I’ve always felt that the artwork on the old VHS tapes was far superior to the lazy photoshop jobs on the majority of DVDs, Blu-rays, and theatrical posters that we have today, and so does the creator of this site. If you’re looking for a trip down memory lane, or eager to share your own high-resolution VHS box scans with others, then pay this site a visit right now!