Horror Writers Wanted!
Written by TheM, August 4, 2014
Do you love horror? Do you want to write about the horror genre? Well, we have the gig for you! We are specifically looking for a day-to-day news contributor to join our daily horror movie news team. If you are up on the latest horror news and have it dripping into your blood stream from an

31 Days of Halloween Horror Movies 2014: Week Four Recap
Written by Goon, October 31, 2014
It’s week four into my 31 Days of Halloween horror movie marathon and things are going pretty well. If you have missed out on my previous updates you can see week one here, week two here, and week three here. Now that you are all caught up lets get on with the show. Once again

Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo Confirmed to Direct Leatherface
Written by Chris Savage, October 31, 2014
Happy Halloween one and all. Today we have some pretty stellar news to share with you guys regarding the upcoming prequel to The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. As previously reported, the flick is set to take place during Leatherface’s teenage years, but a director was yet to be attached. Today, my friends, courtesy of Bloody-Disgusting,

Old 37 Finally Shifts into Gear
Written by Chris Savage, October 31, 2014
Here is a blast from the past for ya! Remember that flick entitled Old 37? Well, the film has officially finished and they’re heading to this years American Film Market, along with Spotlight Pictures, to finally get the film out there. So, read on for all the details and hopefully we will see this one

International Poster & Trailer for Eli Roth’s Clown
Written by Chris Savage, October 31, 2014
Talk about timing, eh? For you guys today, on the most awesome day of the year, Halloween, comes an official Intentional trailer and poster for the Eli Roth-produced flick Clown, and we have both courtesy of our friends over at Splatter Container. Go check them out below and let us know if this is something

First Look at ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’
Written by Jason McDonald, October 31, 2014
After being in development hell for an eternity, it seems unreal that we’re finally getting our first look at “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.” It’s like a Halloween miracle. “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” is the creation of writer Seth Grahame-Smith and some new upstart named Jane Austen.  The idea behind the book is simple:

Horror Anthology ‘Tales of Halloween’ Taps Neil Marshall and More
Written by Jason McDonald, October 31, 2014
Horror anthologies seem to be on a slow upswing, but there’s definitely a growing interest in putting together these big collaborative projects.  Now there’s a new film on the horizon that looks to unite quite a few interesting talents in the horror business. Deadline is reporting that Epic Pictures Group is producing a new horror

[Trailer] “The Sleeping Room” Introduces Novel Haunt Device
Written by Stephanie Joyce, October 31, 2014
Coming to the American Film Market circuit is The Sleeping Room which showcases one of the more unique and unheard of devices for a paranormal horror movie called a “Mutoscope” that works like a flip-book. Before we get into the details of the story, you might want to watch the trailer just to see what

“The Last Showing” Features Robert Englund
Written by Stephanie Joyce, October 30, 2014
Coming to us from the UK is the psychological thriller/horror movie The Last Showing that stars Robert Englund whose character “Freddy Krueger” has kept me up many-a-night when I was young. This movie proves to be an interesting twist from your traditional horror movie as we have Englund’s character, who is a veteran projectionist, fired

Official Trailer for Zombie Massacre 2: Reich of the Dead
Written by Chris Savage, October 30, 2014
Here we go again. Yet more zombies and even more Nazis, no, it’s not another Dead Snow film, in fact it’s Zombie Massacre 2: Reich of the Dead, and we have scored the official trailer for the upcoming flick. Unfortunately at this time we have no word as to when this will hit, but keep it

Official Teaser Trailer for Summer Camp
Written by Chris Savage, October 30, 2014
I haven’t exactly been paying much attention to Alberto Marini’s Summer Camp, but I can assure you that ends today. Below you can find the official trailer for the film, and it looks impressive, go check it out below and see what you guys make of this one? The film stars Diego Boneta, Maiara Walsh, Jocelin Donahue, and

31 Days of Halloween Horror Movies 2014: Week Three Recap
Written by Goon, October 30, 2014
It’s week three already of my 31 Days of Halloween marathon! This year it has really flown by. In just about a week Halloween will be upon us. If you have missed previous recaps you can check out week one here and week two here. If you’re looking for a list of horror movies you

Official NSFW Trailer for the Vampyres Remake
Written by Chris Savage, October 29, 2014
Here we go, yet another remake. But before we jump on the hate wagon, go check out the NSFW trailer for Victor Matellano’s remake of Vampyres, and perhaps you will be pleasantly surprised? Judging from the trailer, I think Matellano has done a great job with this one and I can’t wait to witness more. The film stars Marta

CW’s iZombie Gets Casting and Release Update
Written by Stephanie Joyce, October 29, 2014
Ever since San Diego Comic Con and the release of the trailer that showcases a medical student that has to eat a brain every-month to appear “normal,” we’ve been following the show iZombie, and we like what we see. Amidst casting changes, although Rose MyIver (Once Upon A Time and Masters of Sex) is firmly

[Comic Review] Image’s “Nailbiter” Chronicles Town Full of Serial Killers
Written by Stephanie Joyce, October 29, 2014
With taglines like “Congratulations, It’s a Serial Killer,” who wouldn’t be intrigued with the ideas behind one of Image’s latest projects, Nailbiter. One of the most haunting and original tales I’ve have read all year, this comic is already on the sixth issue and I already have so much to comment on. But before we

New Details and Artwork for Sharknado 3
Written by Chris Savage, October 29, 2014
Oh hell no! That’s the tagline of the third Sharknado film, and if you enjoyed the first two installments then I’m sure you will be all over this sucker. So today, we have scored some new artwork as well as a synopsis for the new film. Synopsis: When a mass of sharknadoes threatens Florida, chainsaw-wielding hero

New Motion Poster for [REC] 4: Apocalypse
Written by Chris Savage, October 29, 2014
While we still wait ever patiently for any news on a domestic release, we have scored a Spanish motion poster just ahead of it’s release in Spain this Halloween, and you guys can get a glimpse below. Synopsis: Angela Vidal wakes up in a high-security quarantine facility, sole survivor and witness to the horrific events

MTV Picks Up ‘Scream’ Series and Casts New Lead
Written by Jason McDonald, October 29, 2014
It looks we’ll be “Scream”-ing at our televisions next October! Sorry, Halloween is sucking up what little creativity I have within me. MTV has decided to move forward with a television series based on the “Scream” franchise and we’ll be seeing it one year from now. Deadline is reporting that MTV has ordered ten episodes

[Trailer] Dark Sky Films Ventures into The Well
Written by Chris Savage, October 28, 2014
Word has just come in that the folks over at Dark Sky Films have acquired Tom Hammock’s post-apocalyptic flick, The Well, and we have scored a little trailer (which plays out more like a clip) for you guys to check out below. Synopsis: At the edge of an expansive barren valley, all that remains of The

Official Trailer for The House at the End of Time
Written by Chris Savage, October 28, 2014
You guys curious as to what was the top grossing Venezuelan theatrical release of 2013? I’m sure you are, and it was Alejandro Hidalgo’s debut feature film The House at the End of Time. Now that’s how you make a mark on the scene, and today we have scored the official so you guys can get a

[Exclusive] Real Murder Spree Highlighted In House on the Hill
Written by Stephanie Joyce, October 28, 2014
Earlier this month we reported the new with American Horror Story creator taking a walk on the wild side as he’s featuring real killers in American Crime Story. Now we have House on the Hill and,  just by watching the trailer, I get the chills as the real serial killer that inspired this film is