‘Gremlins: Recall’ is the Short Film You Need This Holiday
Written by Chris Savage, December 12, 2017
While a Gremlins 3 may never see the light of day, it appears as if one Ryan Patrick has taken it upon himself to give us the next best thing in his unauthorized short film, Gremlins: Recall. And, well, I’m just blown away. I was fully fixated to the screen as this excellent short unfolded before

[‘Walking Dead’ Spoiler] It Looks Like a Certain ‘Walking Dead’ Character May Have been Fired
Written by Jason McDonald, December 12, 2017
So . . . if you haven’t see the latest episode of “The Walking Dead,”  which would be the mid-season finale that just aired, you may want to turn away now.  I’m going to be discussing some rather big spoilers for the show and if you’re still catching up I’d hate to be the bearer

‘The Rizen’ Invades VOD This January
Written by Chris Savage, December 12, 2017
In a bid to win the Arms Race in 1955, NATO and the Allied Forces have turned to occult experiments to tip the tide, however, they may have bit off more than they can chew in Matt Mitchell’s upcoming horror flick, The Rizen. Below we have the official trailer and details pertaining to the film which will be

Official Poster & Release Date for the ‘Inside’ Remake
Written by Chris Savage, December 11, 2017
It has been a while since we’ve last had an update for you in regards to Miguel Ángel Vivas’ Inside remake, but it that time it appears as if they have made some serious headway, as not only do we have the official poster, courtesy of Arrow in the Head, but we also know when you

‘Somebody’s Darling’ Review
Written by Jason McDonald, December 11, 2017
There are certain subjects that take a deft hand to approach and, when tackled, should be done so with a purpose and not just as a trivial plot detail.  For example, a subject like rape culture is one that will make people bristle if mishandled.  In ‘Somebody’s Darling’ we see a supernatural take on the

Andi Matichak to Play Laurie’s Granddaughter in New ‘Halloween’
Written by Jason McDonald, December 8, 2017
In just under a year we’ll be finally getting a new entry in the “Halloween” series and, as a result, you should expect to be hearing more production news in the coming months.  So far we’ve learned that Jamie Lee Curtis was reprising her role as Laurie Strode and that Judy Greer has signed on

[Trailer] ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Reveals a World on the Brink of Disaster
Written by Jason McDonald, December 8, 2017
I don’t know if “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” will really delve into the ethical quandary they propose in the trailer below, but I love the question of what responsibility do we have to save a creature that shouldn’t be around, but is because of human meddling.  That premise alone has me captured my interest in

‘Victor Crowley’ Invades Home Video This February
Written by Chris Savage, December 7, 2017
I’m sure I’m not alone when I say I never got a chance to witness Victor Crowley on the big-screen, so it comes with great joy to announce that Victor Crowley will be making its way to home video very shortly. The film will be hitting VOD, Digital, Blu-ray and DVD on February 6, 2018, and

Official Red Band Trailer & Artwork for ‘Day of the Dead: Bloodline Have Arrived
Written by Chris Savage, December 7, 2017
So, as you guys know, a new reimagining of George A. Romero’s cult classic, Day of the Dead is arriving in theatres and on VOD and Digital HD this January 5th, and as such, I’m sure some of you are intrigued to see what they have in store for us. so, below, check out the official red

First Plot Details for ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Finally Emerge
Written by Jason McDonald, December 7, 2017
The hype machine is putting in work for the upcoming release of the “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” trailer.  If you’ve been keeping up with the little teases and reveals, you might either be feeling burnt out or overflowing with sweet anticipation.  Thankfully, I’ve been trying to ignore it so I’ll feel completely fresh and ready for it

Uncork’d Entertainment Plays a Deadly Game in the ‘Playground’
Written by Chris Savage, December 6, 2017
Based on a terrifying true story comes Bartosz M. Kowalski’s upcoming polish film, Playground, and we have just received word that the folks over at Uncork’d Entertainment will be unleashing the film onto VOD this Friday, December 8, 2017. Below we have the first disturbing trailer for the film, so give it a watch and

New Full Official Trailer for ‘The Russian Bride’
Written by Chris Savage, December 5, 2017
It has been a while since we’ve last had an update for you guys in regards to Michael S. Ojeda’s  (AVENGED) The Russian Bride, but with filming now complete on the film we can reveal the brand new official trailer. Take a peek below and let us know if you’ll be keeping an eye on this

New Teaser for ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Shows Off a Dino Stampede
Written by Jason McDonald, December 4, 2017
The first trailer for “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” drops this Thursday so naturally we’ll be getting a bunch of pre-trailer trailers.  As is tradition.  Normally I wouldn’t bother posting all of these, but the one released today is actually pretty cool and worth seeing. “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” sees the return of Chris Pratt, Bryce

Disney is in Talks to Buy Fox Again – Alien and Predator Could Join the House of Mouse
Written by Jason McDonald, December 4, 2017
Back in early November we heard the first rumblings that Disney was interested in purchasing certain parts of the Fox empire, namely film division 20th Century Fox.  After the initial news reports came out, it was revealed that the talks had fallen through and that the acquisition wouldn’t happen. Well . . . looks like they’re

Guillermo del Toro Turned Down an Offer to Helm Universal’s Monster Universe
Written by Jason McDonald, December 3, 2017
We live a world of infinite “what-ifs” and “what could have beens.”  Recently we learned that there could have been a Cheech and Chong meets Jason movie.  And while that would have been an amazing movie to have on my shelf, it doesn’t break my heart quite as much as the revelation that Guillermo del Toro

I Make Corpses [Short Film Review]
Written by Chris Savage, December 3, 2017
We here have been keeping a close eye on indie horror filmmaker Kyle Martellacci, as he is quickly making a name for himself with his short horror films that have absolutely captivated us throughout the past couple of years, and he continues to deliver and prove that you can create original horror shorts on a next

Danny McBride Says He Wants New ‘Halloween’ to be More Dread than Gore
Written by Jason McDonald, December 3, 2017
Danny McBride is in the news again talking about “Halloween.”  At this point we don’t know a whole lot about “Halloween,”  but we seem to be getting lots of soundbites about it. I have a lot of faith that Danny McBride will do right by the franchise, but I’m really hoping we don’t look back

First Look at Arthouse Horror Short ‘The Temple of Lilith’
Written by Chris Savage, November 30, 2017
We here at HM.ca try to bring you guys a variety of upcoming horror movies to check out, some you may like, some you may hate and some you may just end up scratching your head in disbelief. So, this brings us to one upcoming title from James Quinn titled The Temple of Lilith, and below

‘The Houses October Built 2’ Arrives on Home Video This January
Written by Chris Savage, November 30, 2017
For those of you who have been anxiously awaiting the home video release of Bobby Roe’s The Houses October Built 2, will be pleased to know that you won’t have to wait much longer. We have learned that RLJE Films will be unleashing the film onto Blu-ray and DVD this January 2, and it will

New ‘Friday the 13th’ Documentary Explores ‘Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday’
Written by Chris Savage, November 29, 2017
As you guys know, the retrospective documentary, Crystal Lake Memories, is pretty much the be all end all of all Friday the 13th docs, and while it is in-depth, it appears that there is much more to tell, so much more that we are getting a documentary solely focused on perhaps the most infamous of all