IFC Midnight and Scream Factory Play ‘A Dark Song’ This September
Written by Chris Savage, August 19, 2017
We have just learned that Liam Gavin’s debut feature, A Dark Song, will receive a home video release on both Blu-ray and DVD this September 5th via Scream Factory and IFC Midnight. Check out the official artwork and details below and let us know if you’ll be checking this one out? From the Press Release: Two

[Trailer] ‘Besetment’ Arrives on DVD This September
Written by Chris Savage, August 18, 2017
We have just received word that Brad Douglas’s Besetment will hit DVD this September 5th via Uncork’d Entertainment, and in celebration of this announcement, we have the official trailer, artwork and all the details you need. From the Press Release: Uncork’d Entertainment invites you to a hotel of horrors this September with Brad Douglas’s highly anticipated

BrinkVision Unleashes Matthew Packman’s ‘Margo’ This September
Written by Chris Savage, August 17, 2017
Thanks to Matthew Packman, the director of the stellar indie flick Margo [REVIEW], we can reveal that the film has not only scored distribution via the fine folks over at BrinkVision, but we can reveal that the film will be unleashed onto DVD and VOD beginning this September 12th. Along with this release news, we also

[Horror Short Review] The Quacky Slasher
Written by Chris Savage, August 16, 2017
Well, as someone who is always on the lookout for something different and unique, I see a variety of varying pieces, and I have to say that a guy in a duck mask slashing the throats of many was certainly something I never expected and certainly hearing the killer lyrics, “Quack, Quack, You’re Dead” just

Sink Your Teeth into the Official Theatrical Poster for ‘Fang’
Written by Chris Savage, August 16, 2017
Oh, werewolves, how I love thee. Who here loves a good werewolf movie? Sure, any new films seem to be a little bit hard to find as of late as many of the major studios are simply after making a quick buck with the latest supernatural-themed flick, but thankfully the indie scene is keeping the howling

Richard Chandler’s ‘Witch Hunt’ is Available on Blu-ray/DVD Right Now
Written by Chris Savage, August 16, 2017
Richard Chandler is a filmmaker we have been keeping our eye on for quite some time as he is evolving we each passing film he creates and we are always stoked when he unleashes a new one, and speaking of which, his flick Witch Hunt has been picked up by LeglessCorpse Films and is available

Chris Columbus Says ‘Gremlins 3’ Will Be as Dark as the First Film
Written by Jason McDonald, August 16, 2017
It’s been a long time coming, but it looks like the fabled third “Gremlins” movie is even closer to becoming a reality.  And while many may fear what a modern day “Gremlins” film would be like, it sounds like “Gremlins” director and writer on “Gremlins 3” is trying to keep the film in the spirit

First Official Trailer for Uncork’d Entertainment’s ‘Anti Matter’
Written by Chris Savage, August 15, 2017
Experimenting with wormholes can be dangerous as is evident in Keir Burrow’s upcoming sci-fi flick Anti Matter, which is arriving soon from Uncork’d Entertainment. Below we have for you the official trailer and artwork for you to check out ahead of the release of the film in select theatres and onto VOD this September 8th. From the Press

Official Trailer and More for the ‘Demon Hunter’
Written by Chris Savage, August 15, 2017
We have just received word that writer-director Zoe Kavanagh’s latest flick Demon Hunter is set for a release on VOD via Wild Eye Releasing and that date is today, Tuesday, August 15th, and below we have the official trailer and more so you guys can take a peek. From the Press Release: From Wild Eye Releasing comes

‘Saw’ is Coming Back to Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights
Written by Jason McDonald, August 15, 2017
We’re nearly half-way through with August, so you know what that means. It’s time to start thinking about all Halloween festivities that are right around the corner. You might be thinking that we have to get through September still before we get to October, but in the haunted attraction world September is the new October.

The Next Season of ‘X-Files’ Will Only Have Two Mythology Episodes
Written by Jason McDonald, August 10, 2017
Alright, so I think we can all agree that there were some good things and bad things about the last season of “The X-Files” and it looks like Fox feels the same way as they’re making some changes for the next season. EW is reporting that Fox Entertainment chairman David Madden has revealed that the

Milla Jovovich Will Play the Blood Queen in the new ‘Hellboy’ Film
Written by Jason McDonald, August 9, 2017
Sure, we’re all still bummed that Guillermo Del Toro won’t be making “Hellboy 3,” but if there’s any consolation it’s that this new take on “Hellboy” is shaping up to have a pretty excellent cast. So far we know that David Harbour is set to play the titular character Hellboy and Ian McShane is going

The Official Trailer for ‘To Hell and Back: The Kane Hodder Story’  Has Arrived
Written by Chris Savage, August 8, 2017
A few days ago the first official poster dropped for the upcoming documentary To Hell and Back: The Kane Hodder Story, from Masterfully Macabre Entertainment. And now, just ahead of the world premiere of the film at the upcoming FrightFest in London, England this August 26th, the official trailer has arrived and you guys can get your first

SGL Entertainment Will Unleash ‘The Listing’ on Home Video Next Year
Written by Chris Savage, August 8, 2017
The folks over at SGL Entertainment have just informed us that The Listing, which is written and directed by Mario Cerrito III will be making its way to the US and Canada net year on home video and a variety of VOD platforms. The film also stars a favorite around these parts and that is

[REVIEW] ‘The Dark Tower’ Takes a Few Familiar Stephen King Missteps
Written by Jason McDonald, August 8, 2017
I should kick this off by saying that “The Dark Tower” is one of those Stephen King novels I just haven’t gotten around to reading.  Perhaps if I had I would feel stronger about how the film turned out.  Still, even without having read the novel I was excited  purely because of the cast and because

Joe Lynch’s ‘Mayhem’ to be Released This November
Written by Chris Savage, August 8, 2017
Joe Lynch’s Mayhem [Review] which has been making quite a name for itself on the festival circuit, has already scored distribution and we can reveal, via Rue Morgue, that the film will hit select theatres, VOD and Digital HD this November 10th via RLJE Films. Our very own Simon Rother loved it so much he awarded

The Night Watchmen [Review]
Written by Simon Rother, August 5, 2017
You know when you watch a movie that just has you on the edge of your seat the whole time? A movie that has you laughing until your cheeks hurt or with your jaw to the floor at how INSANE the special effects are? Or simply a movie that widens your eyes at how innovative

[Trailer] ‘Clowntergeist’ Invades VOD This September
Written by Chris Savage, August 5, 2017
What with Andrés Muschietti’s adaptation of Stephen King’s It hitting theatres this September 8th, it seems fitting that we should have even more creepy clowns hitting our screens, and High Octane Pictures may just have the one for you. The film in question is Clowntergeist, and has been described as It meets Poltergeist, check out the

Better Watch Out [Review]
Written by Simon Rother, August 5, 2017
Christmas came early in Montreal as “Better Watch Out” made its Canadian premiere at the Fantasia International Film Festival. Chris Peckover, having written and directed “Undocumented” (2010), jumps into his second big director’s role, having also co-written “Better Watch Out” with Zack Kahn, and oh boy do they form a dynamic duo. You will NOT

SRS Cinema Delves into Todd Sheets’ Early Work with ‘Sheets of Gore’
Written by Chris Savage, August 5, 2017
If you love gore, then you’re probably quite familiar with the work of one Todd Sheets. The dude made a slew of films that were shot-on-video in the 90s, and each one was filled to the brim with the red stuff, with such films as Zombie Bloodbath and Violent New Breed, that helped satisfy that lust