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Knott’s Scary Farm 2018 Review and Photos
Written by Jason McDonald, September 21, 2018
Knott’s Berry Farms annual halloween event is back for another go around.  With Elvira retiring from her yearly show during last years event it seems like the right time for the park to explore some new avenues of entertainment and try out new experiences.  Will this year feel like a rough transitional period or will

Aubrey Plaza and Brian Tyree Henry in Talks to star in ‘Child’s Play’ Remake
Written by Jason McDonald, September 20, 2018
The future of Chucky and the Child’s Play series is looking a little crazy right now.  For one there’s a Chucky TV series in the works along with sequels to the current movie series.  On top of that, though, the original “Child’s Play” is getting a remake by MGM. Well, we haven’t heard too much

First Official Trailer for ‘Knuckleball’
Written by Chris Savage, September 20, 2018
Earlier in July we ushered in some news in relation to Mike Peterson’s (Lloyd The Conqueror) Knuckleball, which has been dubbed an “R rated version of Home Alone,” and now we finally have the official trailer so you guys can get a better look at what to expect. We’re pretty stoked for this, it certainly has us

Listen to John Carpenter’s The Shape Returns from the Official Halloween 2018 Soundtrack
Written by Jason McDonald, September 20, 2018
Are you eagerly counting the days till the new “Halloween” hits theaters? I know I am.  We’re a month away today as the David Gordon Green’s new “Halloween” premieres on October 19th. Well, while we count the days we now have a new way of passing time.  As we all know John Carpenter is doing

Mike Flanagan’s Netflix Series ‘The Haunting of Hill House’ Gets a Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, September 20, 2018
I must confess, my only exposure to the “Haunting of Hill House” was the 1999 Liam Neeson movie that was… Man, I don’t know.  All I remember about that movie is Owen Wilson acts like a child and gets his head ripped off in a radical way. I’ve never seen the original 1963 film, but

Mutant Frogs Unleash Hell in ‘Strange Nature’
Written by Chris Savage, September 19, 2018
We unleashed some news earlier in the year in regards to James Ojala’s (Hellboy II: The Golden Army, Thor, Tron: Legacy, Buffy the Vampire Slayer) Strange Nature, and we’ve been pretty stoked since then. So, just as a little reminder in case you guys forgot about this one, the film will be hitting select theatres this week on September

‘The Dark’ Engulfs DVD This October
Written by Chris Savage, September 19, 2018
We’ve just received word that FrightFest Presents will be unleashing Justin P. Lange’s The Dark onto DVD and Digital HD this October 22nd in the UK, and below we have the official artwork, trailer and details. Is this something you guys will be checking out? Let us know if you do. The film stars Nadia Alexander (The

[Review] ‘The Predator’ is Absurdly Dumb But Entertaining
Written by Jason McDonald, September 16, 2018
The Predators have finally returned to theaters to start a new hunt.  The series has long been plagued by terrible crossovers and less than stellar sequels.  With “The Predator” Shane Black returns to the series after appearing in the original “Predator” movie, but this time as a writer and director.  Will his return finally usher

Scream Factory’s ‘Creepshow’ Collector’s Edition Has Been Packed with Extras
Written by Chris Savage, September 14, 2018
It appears as if this Halloween is going to be off the hook! We have David Gordon Green’s Halloween to look forward to which has received some very good early praise, and now we have an awesome update for Scream Factory’s release of Creepshow, which will be featured as a Collector’s Edition filled to the brim with gleaming

First Official Trailer for the Onetti Brothers’ ‘Abrakadabra’
Written by Chris Savage, September 14, 2018
The third and final film in the Onetti Brothers’ Giallo trilogy is Abrakadabra, and below we have been provided with the first official trailer and I have to say that this one looks stunning. Visually authentic and just something we cannot wait to witness. Give the trailer a watch below and let us know if

‘Alan Wake’ is Getting a Television Series
Written by Jason McDonald, September 14, 2018
Among the many games that I wish had done better and gotten a sequel is “Alan Wake.”  The game was an interesting blend of Stephen King and Twin Peaks that created a fascinating world, even if the game mechanics weren’t all that great. Well, now we’ll be able to experience all the best parts of

Netflix Reveals the First Teaser for ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’
Written by Jason McDonald, September 14, 2018
I know people initially laughed at the idea of a darker, more serious, version of Sabrina the Teenage Witch, but I don’t think those people knew about the comic book series that inspired this new adaptation.  The “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” is a wonderfully macabre series that explores the darker side of Archie comics and

Arnold Schwarzenegger Turned Down a Role in ‘Predator’ for ‘Terminator 6’ But Could Be Back for ‘Predator 2’
Written by Jason McDonald, September 13, 2018
It’s been eight years since we last got some Predator action, so I’m a little more than excited for this weekend’s release of “The Predator.” But I can only imagine how much more excited I would be if I could see Arnold Schwarzenegger return to the series.  Well, that could still be a possibility. Speaking

‘The Conjuring 3’ Begins Production Next Year But Could We See the Warrens Return in ‘Annabelle 3’?
Written by Jason McDonald, September 13, 2018
While I wasn’t a huge fan of “The Nun” the film still did exceedingly well at the box office this past weekend earning a grand total of $140 million worldwide.  I have a feeling though, that even if “The Nun” had somehow underperformed it would not have stopped the current “Conjuring” universe train from chugging

Two New Clips Have Emerged from ‘The Basement’
Written by Chris Savage, September 12, 2018
We announced a little while back that Brian M.Conley’s The Basement will be hitting theatres and On Demand this Friday, September 14th, and now with that date just a couple of days away, we’ve got for you two new clips to check out below. So, will you be making your way into The Basement? From the

Jennifer Phillips’ ‘Blood Child’ is Now Available on VOD
Written by Chris Savage, September 12, 2018
What looks to be a harrowing and heartbreaking tale is Jennifer Phillips’ Blood Child, and you guys can now catch this one on Digital HD and Cable VOD right now. Check out the official trailer, artwork and details below, and if you have seen this one be sure to let us know what you thought? From

Jordan Peele Might Produce a Remake of ‘Candyman’
Written by Jason McDonald, September 11, 2018
After winning an Oscar for a movie that was not only a hit with critics, but at the box office as well Jordan Peele can pretty much do whatever he wants.  And it seems like he’s attempting to do so.  From the rumors that he was trying to make a live-action adaptation of “Gargoyles” to his

‘The Boat’ Sets Sail into Eerie Waters at Fantastic Fest
Written by Chris Savage, September 10, 2018
Anyone remember the 2002 movie Ghost Ship? Man, that sucker started off so well and then quickly took a nosedive into the murky depths, never to be spoken of again. But, in hindsight, maybe it’s not all that bad. But, speaking of supernatural ships/boats, we’ve just learned that Winston Azzopardi’s directorial debut, The Boat, will be

Ripley Takes on the Colonial Marines in this Excellent Recut
Written by Jason McDonald, September 10, 2018
We don’t need a recut to tell us what we already know in our hearts:  Ripley could easily kick the ass of just about any Colonial Marine.  Except maybe Vasquez, she’s scary as hell.  However, that being said, we now have video proof to back up those claims. YouTuber WTMRecut (aka Robert Panico) has recut

‘Halloween’ is Getting Strong Early Reviews Out of TIFF
Written by Jason McDonald, September 10, 2018
We’re a little over a month away before Michael Myers makes his grand return to the big screen in the newest “Halloween” sequel, but today we’re getting an early taste of what the reviews might be like.  The new “Halloween” made its world premiere last night at the Toronto International Film Festival and the critics