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The Walking Dead Drops a New Trailer for Season 9 at Comic Con
Written by Jason McDonald, July 21, 2018
While it seems like a lot of panels were in flux this year at Comic Con there’s still one consistent: The Walking Dead cast and crew showed up and dropped a new trailer for the upcoming season. This year marks the final year that Andrew Lincoln (aka Rick Grimes) will be part of the “Walking

A ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ Reboot is in the Works
Written by Jason McDonald, July 21, 2018
Had to figure it would happen sooner or later, but here we are.  ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ is finally getting the reboot treatment. The announcement was made today amongst all the news coming out of Comic Con.  According to THR the new reboot will be spearheaded by Monica Owusu-Breen who previously worked with Joss Whedon on

The Official Trailer for ‘Glass’ is Here – Check it Out Within
Written by Jason McDonald, July 21, 2018
“Unbreakable” secretly becoming my most anticipated trilogy of all time has been of the most pleasant surprises in recent memory.  And the fact that it is both a blend of horror and heroes is an even greater surprise.  So yeah, you could say I was pretty excited to see the trailer for “Glass” finally dropped

[Trailer] ‘House Shark’ Breaks Free into Your Homes
Written by Chris Savage, July 20, 2018
We’ve been following Ron Bonk’s House Shark for quite some time as it’s pretty much off-the-wall bonkers but, we can’t help but be intrigued by the aspect of a shark bursting up through your drainage pipes just as you’re about to take a perch. It’s different. So, we’ve just received word that House Shark will

The Trailer for George R.R. Martin’s ‘Nightflyers’ Has Landed
Written by Chris Savage, July 20, 2018
Nightflyers, based upon George R.R. Martin’s novella of the same name will soon be making its way to the small screen very soon as a trailer for the upcoming series which will hit Syfy in the States and Netflix in the UK has arrived, and it has some serious echoes of Event Horizon. The novel

The Official Trailer Has Arrived for Saban Films’ ‘Mara’
Written by Chris Savage, July 20, 2018
From the folks over at Saban Films comes Clive Tonge’s supernatural horror film Mara, which features a demon that kills its victims as they sleep, and you guys can take a peek via the first official trailer below. The film is expected to hit theatres, On Demand and Digital HD this September 7th. Mara stars Olga Kurylenko​

Jason Blum and James Wan Team-Up With ‘Housebound’ Director for Killer Doll Movie ‘M3GAN’
Written by Jason McDonald, July 19, 2018
With “Annabelle” doing gang busters at the box office and Chucky still going strong in his own way, it’s a bit of a surprise that we haven’t seen an onslaught of killer doll flicks flooding the market.  But if someone were to take a stab at introducing a new doll to the market, I guess

Soldiers Take on the Undead in the First Trailer for WWII Horror Flick ‘Overlord’
Written by Jason McDonald, July 19, 2018
It’s a supremely generic concept, but there’s something about “Overlord” that has me feeling hopeful that the end product could be a fun romp through a zombie infested warzone. “Overlord” has had a bit of an interesting history as it was first announced as a project from J.J. Abram’s Bad Robot production company.  After a

Fantasia 2018: Satan’s Slaves [Review]
Written by Simon Rother, July 18, 2018
Prepared to be terrified. Indonesia can surely produce a film that will rival American greats like “The Conjuring” and “Insidious” with “Satan’s Slaves (Pengabdi Setan),” a tale of spirits, the occult, and more, which made its Canadian premiere at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival. Rini (Tara Basro; “Killers,” which was also presented at Fantasia back

Fantasia 2018: The Nightshifter [Review]
Written by Simon Rother, July 18, 2018
The morgue; usually a gloomy and grim environment for most. If the dead speak to you, however, it may tone things down. No, no; not through signs and omens; if they literally opened their eyes and mouth and spoke to you. We discover this different mortuary atmosphere in “The Nightshifter (Morto Não Fala),” straight out

Eyes Are On You in New ‘The Nun’ Poster
Written by Chris Savage, July 18, 2018
Pray The Nun doesn’t find you as this sucker has eyes that could pierce the soul. With the release date set for September 7th this year, we have for you a brand new poster for the upcoming film that you can find below. Are you looking forward to this spin-off to The Conjuring? Let us

Raven Banner Brings ‘Knuckleball’ to Canada
Written by Chris Savage, July 18, 2018
With Mike Peterson’s (Lloyd The Conqueror) Knuckleball set to premiere at this years Fantasia International Film Festival this Saturday, July 21st. Raven Banner have announced that they have acquired the rights to distribute the film throughout Canada in theatres this Fall, followed by a release on iTunes and VOD. The film is said to be an “R rated

Shudder to Unleash ‘Creepshow’ Series with Greg Nicotero
Written by Chris Savage, July 18, 2018
I tried the Shudder streaming service when it first launched and I liked it. Sadly I couldn’t warrant paying for another streaming service so had to reluctantly cancel my subscription. However, this news may just have me shuffle a few things back around and get signed-up once more. Entertainment Weekly have announced that Shudder has given

‘Hell Fest’ Trailer Brings Theme Park Scares to Life
Written by Jason McDonald, July 18, 2018
I’m sure I’m not the only person with this little fear, but while I love horror attractions, I’m always slightly weird that an actual psycho has snuck into a park.  Like think about how dark and crazy things are in your theme park Halloween attraction.  It’s hard to keep track of your friends, let alone

The Soska Sisters’ ‘Rabid’ Remake Has Begun Filming
Written by Chris Savage, July 18, 2018
It was announced a little while back that the Soska Sisters (American Mary, See No Evil 2) were announced to direct a remake of David Cronenberg’s Rabid, and now today, word has come that the sisters have begun filming the remake. Along with that, Bloody Disgusting has revealed some casting news which reveals that Ben Hollingsworth

The Official Artwork for Nicolas Cage’s ‘Mandy’ is Here
Written by Chris Savage, July 17, 2018
We are so freakin’ stoked for Panos Cosmatos’ Mandy. The official trailer (see below) blew us away when we unleashed it last month, and now RLJE Films have ushered in the official key art for the film which has just got us absolutely salivating for this thing. Check out the goods below and let us know

Fantasia 2018: Tales from the Hood 2 [Review]
Written by Simon Rother, July 17, 2018
Horror anthologies come and go. Some are memorable; others are not. Most usually have a balance of interesting segments, sprinkled with some more bland ones. Unfortunately, some just fall flat entirely. Thus is the case with “Tales from the Hood 2” which made its world premiere at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival. A rich white

The First Teaser for ‘Stranger Things’ Season Three is an Ad for a Mall
Written by Jason McDonald, July 17, 2018
Shockingly, it would seem that the little town of Hawkins hasn’t had a mall for the last two seasons of “Stranger Things.”  Thankfully, the fine folks at Starcourt Industries are about to rectify that. Netflix has released an interesting little teaser trailer for the upcoming third season of “Stranger Things” and it appears to be

Fantasia 2018: Unfriended: Dark Web [Review]
Written by Simon Rother, July 16, 2018
Be careful whose laptop you use, because you might be dealing with some of the darkest things, and darkest individuals, that you have ever dealt with before. We discover a slim portion of what goes on in the underworld of the internet in “Unfriended: Dark Web,” the sequel to the 2014 “Unfriended” (a.k.a. “Cybernatural”), which

Fantasia 2018: La Nuit a dévoré le monde [Review]
Written by Simon Rother, July 15, 2018
Zombie films. We’ve all seen them. Some deal with rabid and rapid (catchy, huh?) ones while others deal with the slower, sluggish living dead. Most of these movies deal with survivors of the apocalypse and how they struggle to stay alive and obtain salvation. However, not many of them deal with the difficulties of being