Until Dawn Review- You’ll Be Up All Night
Written by Jason McDonald, August 29, 2015
“Until Dawn” has had a long history with the Playstation.  Originally the game was supposed to release during the Playstation 3 era and be a Playstation Move exclusive.  Thankfully, that didn’t come to pass. Just last year Sony revealed that the game was still alive and would finally be coming out on the PS4 as

Dieter Laser Books a Flight with Sky Sharks
Written by Chris Savage, August 28, 2015
Just when you thought Sky Sharks couldn’t get anymore awesome with the inclusion of Tom Savini and German thrash legends Kreator, along comes Dieter Laser (pictured, right) and the announcement that he will be starring in the upcoming film. So, at this time we don’t know what character Laser will be playing, although we have learned it is a

‘The Sand’ Can Be Killer in This Official Trailer
Written by Chris Savage, August 28, 2015
I’ve tried to dig up some information on this one, as one would assume that Isaac Gabaeff’s The Sand, is a remake of Jeffrey Bloom’s Blood Beach, but I haven’t found much, although the Blood Beach wikipedia page states that this is a remake of Blood Beach. So who knows, is it a film that borrows from

‘Doctor Strange’ Could Recruit Mads Mikkelsen for a Villianous Role
Written by Jason McDonald, August 28, 2015
The verdict is still out on just how “horrific” Marvel’s upcoming adaptation of “Doctor Strange” will actually be, but there’s no doubt that the cast they’re assembling for this film is going to be exciting. And if the latest addition comes to pass this could be one of my most anticipated Marvel films. Variety is reporting

Let’s Not Be Dramatic- Quentin Tarantino Didn’t Hate ‘It Follows’
Written by Jason McDonald, August 28, 2015
A few days ago Vulture released some left over scraps from their interview with director Quentin Tarantino.  Among these tidbits left on the cutting room floor was a segment where Tarantino mentioned his two favorite movies from the past year: “Kingsman” and “It Follows.”  However, Tarantino didn’t stop there and went on to explain his

Official Poster for Eli Roth’s Knock Knock
Written by Chris Savage, August 28, 2015
It appears as if 2015 could be Eli Roth’s year, as his flick The Green Inferno is arriving this September 25th, and I’m super stoked to check that one out, but also his thriller Knock Knock is landing this October 9th. Both films have the potential to be something truly awesome, but I guess time shall tell.

We Are Still Here Hits Blu-ray & DVD This October
Written by Chris Savage, August 27, 2015
I am yet to see Ted Geoghegan’s We Are Still Here, but saying that, I’ve pretty much only been hearing positive things regarding the movie, so it’s probably about time I check it out. So, if you too haven’t seen this one, you’ll be pleased to know that the film is making its way to home

Knott’s Scary Farm Reveals New Attractions and Old Favorites for 2015
Written by Jason McDonald, August 27, 2015
The folks at Knott’s Berry Farm hosted a special media event today that gave us a brief glimpse at the horror that is to come this Fall.  Soon the ghouls and creeps will be descending upon the California theme park and when the sun goes down the once family friendly destination will transform into Knott’s

The Queen Mary Announces Dark Harbor Lineup
Written by Jason McDonald, August 27, 2015
Today was the day for Halloween attraction announcements.  First out of the gate was the historical Queen Mary which announced its lineup for the annual Halloween event “Dark Harbor.” There are a lot of Halloween events taking place in California throughout the Fall season, but for my money, Dark Harbor is the scariest big ticket

Joaquin Phoenix and M. Night Shyamalan Re-Team for New Film
Written by Jason McDonald, August 27, 2015
Is it a comedy? A horror film? A sci-fi mind bender? With M. Night Shyamalan you can never be sure so, just in case, I’m gonna tell you about this new film and we’ll see where it goes from here. Deadline has learned that director M. Night Shyamalan is re-teaming with Joaquin Phoenix for a

Anne Hathaway to Star in Alien Invasion Flick ‘The Shower’
Written by Jason McDonald, August 27, 2015
Anne Hathaway is no stranger to space adventures, but her next run in with out of this world elements is going to take place closer to home. According to Hollywood Reporter Anne Hathaway is to produce and star in comedy/sci-fi/horror film “The Shower.”  The film is being described as “Attack the Block” meets “Bridesmaid” and

We’re Playing ‘Until Dawn’ Live (It’s Over)
Written by Jason McDonald, August 26, 2015
UPDATE: Aaaand that’s it for today. Thanks for watching! Playstation 4 horror video game “Until Dawn” is currently out and available for purchase.  Unfortunately I didn’t get a review copy in time to post a review, but we do have the game so we’re going to dive in and take a look at it. This

Official Trailer for When Animals Dream
Written by Chris Savage, August 26, 2015
About halfway through last year we unleashed an international trailer and a bounty of clips for Jonas Alexander Arnby’s When Animals Dream (Nar Dyrene Drømmer), and since then we have been biting at the bit for more. Today, we finally get to sink our teeth into a little more footage courtesy of the official domestic trailer.

[Video] Horror Theme Songs Played in Major Key Are Really Cheerful
Written by Jason McDonald, August 26, 2015
It might seem like a no-brainer that when you play a song in major key it generally has a more upbeat tune.  However, when you hear classic horror movie themes played in major key it’s pretty remarkable how different they are. Take, for example, the theme to “Halloween.” It’s a theme that is synonymous with

James Wan Teases a Giant Monster Movie
Written by Jason McDonald, August 26, 2015
Does director James Wan have intentions to make a giant monster movie at some point? It would seem that the horror director/fast car enthusiast is hinting at a potential monster movie in his future. Over on Twitter Wan took a question regarding giant monsters from a follower and give it a mysteriously cryptic answer.  Here’s

Could the Next ‘Blade’ Movie Star a Female Blade?
Written by Jason McDonald, August 26, 2015
A couple of months ago we started to hear the early rumors that Wesley Snipes was meeting with Marvel to discuss the possibility of a new “Blade” film.  Given that “Blade” helped give birth to the resurgence of comic book films, it would make sense that he’d be a part of Marvel’s new comic book

Official Trailer for Dark Sky Films’ Para Elisa
Written by Chris Savage, August 25, 2015
For you guys today we have some Spanish terror in the form of Para Elisa from writer/director Juanra Fernandez, and below you will find the official trailer. Not only that, we have learned that Dark Sky Films will be unleashing the film onto VOD and DVD this September 1st. Synopsis: Desperate for some post-graduation cash, party girl

Graboids Are Bigger Than Ever in First Tremors 5 Clip
Written by Chris Savage, August 25, 2015
Evolution, man. It happens to everything, even Graboids, and judging by this first clip for Tremors 5, we’re in for something truly monstrous. Head on down below for the first clip as well as all the details relating to the upcoming home video release of the film. From the Press Release: A deadly threat resurfaces halfway

Fear the Walking Dead Breaks Cable Records with Premiere
Written by Jason McDonald, August 25, 2015
If you were one of the few people who forgot to tune into AMC yesterday then you might’ve missed out on one of the biggest cable premieres ever.  “Fear the Walking Dead” made it’s debut on Sunday night and continued the annual “Walking Dead” tradition of smashing network competition. The premiere of “Fear of the

‘War of the Planet of the Apes’ Recruits Gabriel Chavarria
Written by Jason McDonald, August 25, 2015
The resurgence of “Planet of the Apes” continues with a new film spearheaded by director Matt Reeves.  His last venture into the franchise produced the fantastic “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” so i’m eagerly anticipating what he conjures up for the next sequel.  Not much is known about the film at this point, but