Idris Elba Will Direct and Star in ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’ For Netflix
Written by Jason McDonald, May 24, 2018
Alright, I don’t know if this will ultimately be a horror film, but damn if I’m not interested in seeing what Idris Elba does with the “Hunchback of Notre Dame.” According to Deadline, Elba (who starred in “The Dark Tower”) is partnering with Netflix to direct, produce, and star in a modern remake of the

Jay Ryan to Play Adult Ben in ‘It: Chapter 2’
Written by Jason McDonald, May 24, 2018
The casting choices for “It: Chapter 2” have been interesting to say the least.  Aside from Jessica Chastain as Bev, none of these choices have been obvious picks and that has actually resulted in some pretty excellent picks. For starters we have Bill Hader as Richie, James McAvoy playing Bill, James Ransone as Eddie, and

First Look at the ‘Axeman’ Comic Book
Written by Chris Savage, May 23, 2018
With the first two Axeman films in the can and the third and final film in the franchise on the horizon, director Joston Ramon Theney has shared with us our first look at the upcoming one-off comic book; Satan’s Whores: An Axeman At Cutter’s Creek Story. The comic will also tie-up a few questions that were

Liam Neeson to Play the Head of the London MIB in new ‘Men in Black’ Movie
Written by Jason McDonald, May 23, 2018
It’s been a hot minute since we last heard about the “Men in Black” sequel currently in the pipeline.  Last we heard was that Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson had on to star in the new film and now we’ve learned of a pretty cool casting. According to THR, acting great Liam Neeson has signed

Here’s Our First Look at Captain Spaulding and a Guy Named Virgil from ‘Three From Hell’
Written by Jason McDonald, May 23, 2018
If, for some reason, you’re the type of person that only looks at news on the day it was posted then you might not have seen yesterday’s post where we got our first look at Otis and Baby from ‘Three From Hell.” Now today brings us our first look at Captain Spaulding and a new figure

Bruce Campbell Said No to Another ‘Evil Dead’ Movie
Written by Jason McDonald, May 23, 2018
We’ve known for a bit now that Bruce Campbell’s Ash would be riding into the sunset after the cancellation of “Ash vs Evil Dead,” but some fans have been holding out on the idea that maybe . . .  just maybe . . . Bruce would return for an “Evil Dead” movie.  Well, here’s some

Rob Zombie Reveals First Look at Otis and Baby in ‘Three From Hell’ and Says Sequel Won’t Come till 2019
Written by Jason McDonald, May 22, 2018
It feels like it’s been a little while since we heard from Rob Zombie’s upcoming surprise sequel “Three From Hell.”  The follow up to Zombie’s “The Devil’s Rejects” has finished shooting, but it looks like it could still be some time before it sees the light of day.  To tide us over, Rob Zombie has

Full Details & New Release Date for Arrow Video’s ‘The Last House on the Left’
Written by Chris Savage, May 17, 2018
For those of you who have been anxiously awaiting the release of Arrow Video’s Blu-ray of Wes Craven’s The Last House on the Left, will unfortunately have to wait a little longer. Arrow Video recently announced that they’ve had to push back the release from their May slot to June 18 in the UK and July

James Ransone and Andy Bean Join ‘IT’ as Eddie and Stanley
Written by Jason McDonald, May 17, 2018
It’s been a minute since we last got an update on the upcoming sequel to last years horror hit “It.”  Last we heard Jessica Chastain, Bill Hader, and James McAvoy had all signed on to play the grown up versions of Bev, Richie, and Bill respectively.  However, there are still a few Loser Club members

‘Zombieland 2’ May Arrive in 2019 with Original Cast According to Writers
Written by Jason McDonald, May 16, 2018
It’s 2018 and we’re still talking about a possible “Zombieland” sequel with a great deal of uncertainty, but a small bit of hope. I wish I could with this post that “Zombieland 2” was definitely happening, but as with every other “Zombieland” related post, you should probably take this news with a bit of salt.

Netflix Orders Horror Anthology Series from Guillermo Del Toro
Written by Jason McDonald, May 15, 2018
After taking home a few Oscars for the “Shape of Water” it’s no surprise that Netflix would want to continue their partnership with Guillermo Del Toro.  Currently, the writer/director has a partnership with the streaming channel for his animated series “Trollhunters.”  Now the two entities will be partnering on a horror anthology series. According to

Lars von Trier’s Serial Killer Flick ‘The House that Jack Built’ Gets a Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, May 15, 2018
Lars von Trier’s made his grand return to the Cannes Film Festival today with his latest film “The House that Jack Built.”  The film, starring Matt Dillon, is von Trier’s take on a serial killer thriller so it should come as no surprise that it caused quite a stir at Cannes. According to THR the

Here’s the Trailer for Kevin Bacon’s ‘Tremors’ Pilot
Written by Chris Savage, May 11, 2018
It really does seem like we’re rubbing salt into the wound as we have even more goods for you in regards to the Tremors TV series which was pulled by Syfy, and each passing day we continue to scratch our heads wondering just why? And now, the trailer for the pilot episode has emerged and it looks

First Teaser Trailer for ‘The Predator’ Has Landed
Written by Chris Savage, May 10, 2018
Well, here we go guys. The first teaser trailer for Shane Black’s The Predator has arrived and we have that sucker primed and ready for your viewing below. At first glance, it looks kinda like a family friendly movie but, who knows, it could be a ton of fun. Let us know what you make of

‘Ouija House’ Opens its Doors to a New Official Trailer
Written by Chris Savage, May 9, 2018
Making its market screening in Cannes today, Ben Demaree’s (HANSEL V. GRETEL) Ouija House has also unleashed a new official trailer along with a couple of new pieces of artwork which you can find below. Are you up for more supernatural horror? Check out the goods below and let us know what you make of this

Graham Skipper’s ‘Sequence Break’ Becomes a Shudder Exclusive
Written by Chris Savage, May 9, 2018
Got Shudder? Then you’ve already got access to a slew of horror flicks and now we have word of one that will be exclusive to the streaming service. Graham Skipper’s directorial debut Sequence Break will be landing on Shudder this May 24th, and below we have the details and artwork for you to check out. From the

Poster Revealed for Jordan Peele’s Latest Film ‘Us’
Written by Chris Savage, May 9, 2018
It actually took me a while to get around to watching Jordan Peele’s Oscar-winning movie Get Out, but I’m so glad I did. Loved it. So, what’s next for Mr. Peele after creating such a pop culture phenomenon? Well, as I’m sure many of you know, it’s simply titled Us, and courtesy of The Hollywood Reporter,

Fiona Dourif Joins the ‘Purge’ TV Series
Written by Jason McDonald, May 8, 2018
While my excitement for the “Purge” series has lessened since the last entry, I’m still pretty curious about how the proposed TV series will turn out and the latest casting news has definitely caught my attention. Deadline is reporting that actress Fiona Dourif has signed on for s recurring role on the upcoming “Purge” series.

Could ‘Evil Dead 2’ Still Be Happening with Fede Alvarez?
Written by Jason McDonald, May 8, 2018
With the recent cancelling of the “Ash vs Evil Dead” series, it looks like our only hope for more “Evil Dead” action is another movie.  So far it seems like the most likely candidate would be a follow up to the 2013 “Evil Dead” film; however, we haven’t heard a peep about that series in

Female Serial-Killer Movie ‘Monochrome’ Arrives This June
Written by Chris Savage, May 7, 2018
For those of you who are after a littler serial-killer action to get in on, we may just have the movie for you. From Gravitas Ventures comes Thomas Lawes’ Monochrome, and we can reveal that the film will be making its way to VOD and DVD this June 6th. Check out the trailer and further details below