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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

Rob Zombie Reveals a Bootleg Teaser Trailer for ‘Three From Hell’
Written by Jason McDonald, July 15, 2018
When it comes to trailers being shown at special events, it’s the norm to see plenty of cellphone cam footage of the trailer leak out on to the internet.  Even in the most protected of events, like a San Diego Comic Con, the footage tends to get out one way or another.  However, what you

Fantasia 2018: Nightmare Cinema [Review]
Written by Simon Rother, July 15, 2018
If horror anthologies are your thing, if you enjoyed such classic ones like “Creepshow,” “Tales from the Hood,” “Trick ‘r Treat” and “V/H/S,” then you’re definitely gonna dig “Nightmare Cinema” which made its world premiere at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival, hosted by directors Alejandro Brugués, Ryûhei Kitamura, and legendary names such as Mick Garris

The Official Trailer & Artwork Has Emerged for ‘Along Came the Devil’
Written by Chris Savage, July 15, 2018
From Gravitas Ventures comes Jason DeVan’s supernatural thriller Along Came the Devil, and we can reveal that the film will be making its way into theatres and onto VOD and Digital HD this August 10th. Check out the official trailer and artwork below and let us know what you make of this one? The film was written

Bill Murray to Star in New Zombie Movie ‘The Dead Don’t Die’
Written by Chris Savage, July 14, 2018
Hot on the heels of the Zombieland 2 announcement, we have word that another zombie comedy is on the horizon in the form of Jim Jarmusch’s The Dead Won’t Die, and we’ve received word that the film has begun production and casting has been announced. The film will star Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Chloë Sevigny, Tilda Swinton,

‘Zombieland 2’ is Really Happening with October 2019 Release Date Announced
Written by Chris Savage, July 14, 2018
It has been teased for a while, especially from Zombieland writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick but, today it has been officially announced. Deadline is reporting that Zombieland 2 is a go over at Sony with with the original film’s director Ruben Fleischer attached to direct. The sequel will also  see the return of four familiar faces

‘Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich’ Invades Theatres This August
Written by Chris Savage, July 13, 2018
RLJE Films have informed us that they will be unleashing S. Craig Zahler (Bone Tomahawk, Brawl in Cell Block 99), Sonny Laguna (Wither, Animalistic, Blood Runs Cold) and Tommy Wiklund’s (Wither, Animalistic, Madness) Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich into theatres and onto VOD and Digital HD this August 17th. Check out the official details below. From

Arrow Video to Unleash ‘Candyman’ Newly Restored in 2K onto Blu-ray This October
Written by Chris Savage, July 13, 2018
For our UK readers we have some wonderful news on this glorious day; Friday the 13th. We can reveal that Arrow Video are set to unleash Bernard Rose’s Candyman onto Blu-ray and it has been newly restored in 2K. The Blu-ray comes with some sweet artwork and a ton of goodies, check it out below

Uncork’d Entertainment Unleashes ‘3: An Eye for an Eye’ This August
Written by Chris Savage, July 12, 2018
Our good friends over at Uncork’d Entertainment have just provided us with the official trailer and artwork for Lou Simon’s (“All Girl’s Weekend”, “HazMat”) 3: An Eye for an Eye, and you guys can check out the goods below. The film is expected to hit VOD this August 7th. Let us know if you’ll be giving

Trailer for ‘Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween’ Leaves Us Wondering Where Jack Black Is
Written by Jason McDonald, July 12, 2018
So the first “Goosebumps” movie wasn’t the best thing they could’ve done with the “Goosebumps” property, but it was still a fun and charming movie mostly held up by Jack Black’s performance as R.L. Stine.  So when they announced a sequel to it, I was willing to see what else they could do with Stine’s

Neill Blomkamp to Direct ‘RoboCop Returns’
Written by Chris Savage, July 11, 2018
Hot on the heels of the announcement of a Child’s Play remake from MGM, whether we want it or not, comes news that a new RoboCop installment is on the horizon and this one I can totally get behind. Deadline are reporting that MGM are developing a new RoboCop installment which will have Neill Blomkamp direct.

The ‘Euthanizer’ Arrives on VOD This August
Written by Chris Savage, July 11, 2018
One film that has been building up a ton of steam is Teemu Nikki’s Finnish movie Euthanizer (Armomurhaaja), which will be heading its way to the States via Uncork’d Entertainment on VOD this August 7th as well as select theatrical locations beginning this July 20th. From the Press Release: Writer/director Teemu Nikki’s Euthanizer injects into theaters this

‘The Exorcist’ Series Arrives on DVD Minus Any Extra Features
Written by Chris Savage, July 11, 2018
You know, the way that FOX terminated their Exorcist series after the second season, I shouldn’t really be surprised by their releasing of the series on DVD with no extras. Actually, I’m surprised they even chose to release it as a physical purchase at all considering how things went down. So yeah, both seasons of

Official Trailer for ‘Castle Rock’ Reveals a Town Cursed By Stephen King
Written by Jason McDonald, July 11, 2018
I’ll be honest, I didn’t really know a whole lot about “Castle Rock” before hand and I hadn’t been keeping up with its development too closely, but the official trailer they released today may have just completely sold me on it. We’ve been on a real Stephen King adaptation bender lately and some of the

Wild Eye Releasing Unleashes Their First Theatrical Release ‘The Forest of the Lost Souls’ This August
Written by Chris Savage, July 10, 2018
Independent distributor Wild Eye Releasing has been unleashing a variety of films onto home video and they’ve given us some true gems. And now, they’ve announced that they will be releasing their very first theatrical film with José Pedro Lopes’ The Forest of the Lost Souls. Check out the details and trailer below. From the Press Release:

‘Castle Rock’ and ‘The Purge’ to Have Activations at San Diego Comic Con
Written by Jason McDonald, July 10, 2018
Next week is the big week for San Diego and just about every studio and entertainment organization is prepping to bring their best promotional events to pimp out their properties.  These set-ups, often called “activations”, are typically placed all around the convention center and the nice thing about them is that they don’t always require

‘The First Purge’ Enters the Weekend at Fourth Place But Enjoys a Strong Holiday Week
Written by Jason McDonald, July 9, 2018
This was an insane week for entering the box office fray.  With the Fourth of July landing on Wednesday a few movies tried to soak in the the benefit of having a nice long holiday week.  Then we had an absolutely bonkers heatwave this weekend which would’ve certainly driven people to the comfort of an

Parts Unknown (Review)
Written by Chris Savage, July 8, 2018
Wrestling and horror pretty much go hand-in-hand, from some of the dark characters such as the iconic The Undertaker and more recently to the handful of films that have mixed the two together such as Wrestlemaniac, From Parts Unknown: Fight Like a Girl, Monster Brawl, and Pro Wrestlers vs Zombies. Some hit the mark and some