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

Andy Garcia and Michael K. Williams join ‘Ghostbusters’
Written by Jason McDonald, July 6, 2015
A few new cast members have been added to the growing slate of stars appearing in the new “Ghostbusters” reboot from Paul Feig.  One of the new additions fills in a role that has appeared in both Ghostbuster films while the other two remain a mystery. According to the Wrap Andy Garcia has been cast as

New Images from ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’
Written by Jason McDonald, July 6, 2015
“Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” could easily wind up being the classiest zombie film ever made.  In the new images, that you can check out below, it looks like the film is sticking close to its Jane Austen roots and fully embracing the pageantry of Victorian times.  And, in the midst of all that, there’s

The Predator Joins Mortal Kombat- Check Out the Trailer Within
Written by Jason McDonald, July 6, 2015
Tomorrow the latest guest character joins the Mortal Kombat roster.  The Predator emerges from the shadows and throws his hat in the ring with the likes of Johnny Cage, Scorpion, Jason Voorhees, and more.  If you bought the season pass then the Predator will be available for free starting tomorrow. If you don’t own the

Official Mesmerizing Trailer for The Dark Below
Written by Chris Savage, July 6, 2015
We’ve been following Douglas Schulze’s (Mimesis: Night of the Living Dead) highly original film The Dark Below, for quite some time now. We’ve ushered in a poster and a slew of photos from the film, and now today, courtesy of Fangoria, we have scored the official trailer for the film and it’s mesmerizing and hauntingly beautiful, I urge

Official Artwork for Scream Factory’s Demon Knight & Bordello of Blood Blu-rays
Written by Chris Savage, July 6, 2015
If you guys love Tales from the Crypt, you’re in luck as Scream Factory are set to unleash not only Bordello of Blood but also Demon Knight onto Blu-ray and we have the official artwork for you guys to drool over below, along with some early release details. As per their official Facebook page; Be

LA Slasher Review- Reality TV Gets Real
Written by Jason McDonald, July 4, 2015
It’s no secret that reality television is big business.  Every year a new reality show pops up and becomes the next pop culture phenomenon that sweeps the nation.  For a large number of people it’s addictive junk food entertainment that they simply can’t get enough of.  Some people, like myself, simply shrug their shoulders and

First Official Posters from Worry Dolls
Written by Chris Savage, July 4, 2015
From Padraig Reynolds (Rites of Spring) comes his latest flick Worry Dolls, and thanks to the guys over at Bloody-Disgusting, we can reveal the first two awesome posters from the upcoming film which is making its world premiere at the Film4 FrightFest in England this August. The film stars Brea Grant, Brandon Johnson, Ashlynn Ross, Samantha Smith,

Dollface Hacks Up DVD This September
Written by Chris Savage, July 4, 2015
Who’s after a little bit of slasher fun? If so, we may have your back in the form of Tommy Faircloth’s Dollface, a film which features a group of students, an infamous killer and I’m pretty sure a pile of bodies and buckets of blood, so who’s down? Check out all the details below for how

Official Poster for Sharktopus vs. Whalewolf
Written by Chris Savage, July 4, 2015
As I’m sure you’re aware, a couple of days ago we unleashed the first official trailer for Sharktopus vs. Whalewolf, which some of you loved and many, well, you were left scratching your heads wondering, what the heck is this!? Well, my friends, you’ve had a couple of days to soak it all in, so

Take a Peek Inside the Necronomicon from Ash vs. Evil Dead
Written by Chris Savage, July 3, 2015
Just a couple of days ago we gave you guys your first official look at Ash vs. Evil Dead which featured Bruce Campbell reprising his role as Ash, and I have to say, it brought a shiver down my spine, it was so cool to see Ash once more, so yeah, I’m pretty damn stoked

Get ‘Stung’ by These Three Official Clips
Written by Chris Savage, July 3, 2015
Today is the day. IFC Midnight’s Stung, is in limited theatres and on VOD today! So, to coincide with this joyous occasion, we have been provided with three official clips so you guys can get into the mood for some creature feature mayhem! Check them out below and let us know if you’ll be seeking

New Official Extended Trailer for Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!
Written by Chris Savage, July 2, 2015
Have you guys had your fix of shark movies yet? Of course not, especially when there’s a third freakin’ Sharknado movie on the horizon. So, my friends, strap yourselves in and get ready for absolute mayhem as a new official extended trailer for Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! has arrived which has the one and

Image Entertainment’s Werewolf Becomes ‘Uncaged’
Written by Chris Savage, July 2, 2015
A month or so ago we gave you guys your first look at Daniel Robbins’ upcoming werewolf flick Uncaged, and now it appears as if the film has scored distribution via the folks over at Image Entertainment according The Wrap, so head on down below for all the details as well as a new photo courtesy

Official Trailer & Release Date for Bloodsucking Bastards
Written by Chris Savage, July 2, 2015
Well, guys, it finally looks as if we have a release date for Brian James O’Connell’s horror comedy Bloodsucking Bastards, as our friends over at Scream Factory have just announced that they will be unleashing the film onto VOD this September 4th as well as a select few theatres. Not only that, but we have scored

First Official Eerie Poster for Dwelling Creeps In
Written by Chris Savage, July 2, 2015
Sometimes when it  comes to movie posters, less is more, and that’s exactly what we have for you with the official poster for Kyle Mecca’s Dwelling. The poster looks eerily beautiful and I would love to have this hanging on my wall, and I think you guys will love it just as much as we do. Plus

First Official Trailer for Sharktopus vs. Whalewolf
Written by Chris Savage, July 2, 2015
Admit it, guys. You were worried weren’t you? It has been a little silent on any kind of shark movie recently, so I’m sure you feared the worst, that perhaps the whole killer shark thing had run its course. Well, it’s very happy days my friends, as the first official trailer for Sharktopus vs. Whalewolf has

Official Artwork Released for Scream Factory’s The Serpent and the Rainbow Blu-ray
Written by Chris Savage, July 2, 2015
As I’m sure many of you are aware, Scream Factory are releasing Wes Craven’s The Serpent and the Rainbow on Blu-ray, which was originally scheduled for release at the end of this year. But, unfortunately it has been pushed back until early 2016. However, things aren’t all that bad as they are currently securing some

Michael Keaton and JK Simmons Leave ‘Kong: Skull Island’
Written by Jason McDonald, July 2, 2015
After Michael Keaton and JK Simmons’ meteoritic rise last year I was thrilled to hear that both actors would be working together in the upcoming King Kong film “Kong: Skull Island” with rising star Tom Hiddleston. It seemed liked a fantastic cast for a movie with a lot of interesting potential. But, alas, that is

Fangoria is Accepting Submissions for their  First International Online Film Festival
Written by Jason McDonald, July 2, 2015
Iconic horror mag and internet hub for news Fangoria is venturing into new territory.  Fangoria has announced that they are hosting their first annual international online film festival. The announcement, that you can read here, was made yesterday and revealed that the Fangoria International Online Film Festival would be accepting submissions from all over the world and

Lifetime Plans to Remake ‘The Bad Seed’
Written by Jason McDonald, July 2, 2015
The Lifetime network is still trying to figure out how to crack that horror nut as the channel looks to adapt another horror classic for their programming.  Last year they were initially going to bring the “The Omen” series to their network, but instead opted to ship that project over to their sister network A&E.