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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

First Official Trailer for Frankenstein vs. The Mummy
Written by Chris Savage, December 24, 2014
A month or so back we gave you guys the first details for Damien Leone’s Frankenstein vs. The Mummy. Unfortunately we didn’t have any footage for you at that time, but that all changes today as the guys over at Bloody-Disgusting have scored the first official trailer and it’s, well, hit up the link above and

Zombie Killers: Elephant’s Graveyard Hits Blu-ray DVD This February
Written by Chris Savage, December 23, 2014
Well, how about that for a title, eh? Zombie Killers: Elephant’s Graveyard. It’s original I’ll give it that, but it also looks as if it might be something that you guys should think about sinking your teeth into, and speaking of which, this sucker is making its way to home video. The film is scheduled

[Video] Season’s Greetings from The Babadook
Written by Chris Savage, December 23, 2014
I think it’s pretty safe to say that nearly everyone has been running around like headless chickens getting prepared for the holidays, I know I have. But sometimes you just need to sit back and unwind with a little festive cheer. But, there has to be a little bit of horror thrown in, right? So,

Cool ‘Critters’ Fan Film From the Director of ‘ThanksKilling’
Written by Jason McDonald, December 23, 2014
With new “Critters” content on the horizon in the form of a digital online series, you have to wonder who would be up to the task of directing a series based on such a campy property.  In order to capture the spirit of the film series, you would have to be able to combine a

Voice Cast Revealed for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s Exo Zombie DLC
Written by Jason McDonald, December 23, 2014
If you’ve been missing out on the zombie action in the latest “Call of Duty” game, then you’ll be thrilled/dismayed to hear that the next big DLC pack will be bringing all the zombie killing you could possibly want.  However, you won’t be just killing zombies with no-name characters.  You’ll be doing it with some

Check Out Teaser Footage of ‘Phantasm Ravager’
Written by Jason McDonald, December 23, 2014
Christmas is nearly upon us and while many of us may still be desperately searching for that perfect gift, the team behind “Phantasm Ravager” know what they’re gifting to fans this year. A sneak peek at “Phantasm Ravager”!  Don Coscarelli and director David Hartman have put out a special holiday video where they offer seasonal greetings

First Official Poster & Trailer for Dark Summer
Written by Chris Savage, December 20, 2014
From Paul Solet, comes a little supernatural thriller entitled Dark Summer, and today we have scored not only the official trailer but also the official poster. So, make your way below and give this one a gander. If it’s something that intrigues you, look for this one in theatres and on VOD this January 9th.

New Official ‘It Follows’ Poster Inside
Written by Chris Savage, December 20, 2014
Just several days ago we unleashed the official U.S. trailer for David Robert Mitchell’s latest flick It Follows. Today however, we have scored a brand new poster and you guys can take a peek of that one below. Let us know if you guys will be checking this one out? Synopsis:  For 19-year-old Jay (Maika Monroe, AT

Michael Pitt Leaves ‘Hannibal’ and is Replaced by Joe Anderson
Written by Jason McDonald, December 20, 2014
Well this is a big bummer for fans of “Hannibal” and Michael Pitt. It looks like a certain actor won’t be making a grand return for season three of NBC’s “Hannibal.” According to TVLine actor Michael Pitt won’t be returning for the next season of “Hannibal.”  The actor, in my opinion, turned in a fantastic

Dying Light Gets an Interactive Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, December 19, 2014
Want to kind of play through a “Dying Light” mission before the game releases next month? Techland has released a new 30 minute trailer which includes some interactive bits that allow you to choose the path you’re on.  It’s pretty rudimentary, but it’s a cool advertising tool nonetheless that lets you play through a short

New US Trailer for ‘It Follows’
Written by Jason McDonald, December 19, 2014
There are probably two movies that are getting a lot of discussion in the horror communities.  The first of which is “The Babadook” and the second is this film, “It Follows.”  There’s some pretty strong buzz going for both films, though I haven’t seen either.  Our own Flay Otters did see “It Follows” and he

There’s An ‘Alien Rising’ This January
Written by Chris Savage, December 18, 2014
Currently available of various VOD outlets is Breaking Glass Pictures and Pathfinder Films’ release of Dana Schroeder’s Alien Rising, and if you guys are interested in this one but perhaps prefer to have a physical copy, you can grab this one on DVD this January 20, 2015. From the Press Release: Breaking Glass Pictures and Pathfinder Films

Cronenberg’s ‘The Fly’ Continues in New Comic Book Sequel
Written by Chris Savage, December 18, 2014
When ever anyone tells me that remakes suck, I go tell them to check out David Cronenberg’s The Fly. It is quite possibly the greatest remake ever, although there are a slew of others fighting for that title. But for me, The Fly is one film that I love dearly, and while we have heard

[Horror Short] NOKA: Keeper of Worlds
Written by Chris Savage, December 17, 2014
We love horror shorts around these parts. They’re little slices of pure awesomeness which often show a ton of potential. Sure, from time to time a short turns up with no conviction and it simply falls flat, but more often than not they deliver, and they deliver very well. That brings us to Shaun Escayg’s

Robert Englund’s Phantom of the Opera Hits Blu-ray
Written by Chris Savage, December 17, 2014
Any fans here of Dwight H. Little’s The Phantom of the Opera, which stars the one and only Robert Englund? I’m sure there are a ton of you, so I’m pretty sure you will be stoked to here that the flick is finally making its way to Blu-ray and the guys over at Scream Factory are unleashing

Could a Remake of ‘The Craft’ Be in the Works?
Written by Jason McDonald, December 17, 2014
This is so far in the “probably not happening” category, that it barely warrants mentioning.  However, it’s a topic that keeps coming up every now and then and so we might as well mention it in case this all finally leads to something. Dread Central got an interesting tip today from a reader who was taking

Until Dawn Releases Seven Minutes of Demo Footage
Written by Jason McDonald, December 17, 2014
If you wanted to see even more of that demo that was briefly showcased during the past Playstation Experience event, then Sony has you covered with a seven minute long video which takes you through the entire demo that was shown. I’m not sure how I feel about “Until Dawn” as an actual game.  The

The Walking Dead Spin-Off Will Be Set in Los Angeles
Written by Jason McDonald, December 17, 2014
How do you differentiate your zombie show set in the south from it’s new counterpart? By moving it to the west coast apparently.  It looks like the new “Walking Dead” companion series will be set in the modern day disaster zone of beautiful Los Angeles. TVLine broke the news today that AMC is planning to set

First Official Trailer for Shark Killer
Written by Chris Savage, December 16, 2014
Other these past few years we have been absolutely inundated with shark movies. They’re in the sea, on the land, in the sand, in the snow and even in freakin’ tornadoes! They are absolutely everywhere, so with so many sharks what does one do? Well, they enlist the Shark Killer, and brings us to this

DmC Definitive Edition Announced for PS4 and XBox One
Written by Jason McDonald, December 16, 2014
While this new console generation attempts to find its footing and get moving, more and more publishers are latching on to the hot new trend of “definitive editions” to get them through these early stages.  The latest title to get the “definitive” treatment is probably the oldest of the bunch so far, having been released