10 Best Horror Films From the ’70s
Written by Mister Joshua, July 30, 2015
It’s no secret that the 70’s are my favorite decade for film. The old Hollywood code had cracked and finally fallen away, leading to a whole new group of film makers who finally could push the boundaries of their art to places it had really never gone before. Regardless of the genre, be it comedy,

Robert Pattinson Pays Homage to Cronenberg – Cosmopolis Trailer Inside
Written by Chris Savage, May 3, 2014
Regardless of what I thought about Robert Pattinson due to his roles in the Twilight franchise, you need to give credit where credit is due. Recently Robert Pattinson did a photo shoot for the premiere of David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis where he paid homage to Cronenberg’s past efforts. You can find a few photos below, but

Drew Daywalt’s Kart Driver Teaser Trailer – Donkey Kong Has Gone Ape!
Written by Chris Savage, August 12, 2012
Drew Daywalt, as soon as you read that name, you know you’re about to watch something pretty damn awesome, I mean, this is off the chart of awesomeness. I’m a huge fan of Super Mario and Donkey Kong and Drew Daywalt has basically created the ultimate video, I want a feature, stat! Forget the Super

Terror of Dracula (2012) Review
Written by Monster Mary, July 15, 2012
Bram Stoker’s Dracula is a tale of Terror and Horror.  The original Vampire, Count Dracula, was neither sparkly, romantic, nor even erotic in any way.  Dracula was a true Monster in every sense of the word.  He fed on the blood, or life force of his victims.  He crept into the bedrooms of his victims,

The Devils Carnival Review
Written by Stacy Buchanan, July 6, 2012
Darren Lynn Bousman [Saw II, Saw III, Saw IV and Repo! The Genetic Opera] is back and billing his latest film adventure, The Devil’s Carnival, as hell in its purest form. Commit a sin and you’re sent to an alternate afterlife resembling a freakish carnival where demons are the carnies and the show is your

Apocalypse Pizza Short Film
Written by Herner Klenthur, June 16, 2012
I love short films and Apocalypse Pizza can be summed up with one easy word… AWESOME. Apocalypse Pizza can be best summed up as Blockbuster meets Pizza Pizza meets Zombieland. While Hollywood is busy churning out remakes and half baked sequels once again the indie filmmakers are being creative and creating content, all be it

Sunday Terror: Watch Four Little Slices of Death
Written by Chris Savage, June 16, 2012
I’m sure you guys love horror shorts as much as I do, they’re simply amazing, nice little chunks of horror that get straight to the point, or in some cases leave you scratching your head wondering as to what you just witnessed. Well, below courtesy of AICN, we have four horror shorts for you guys

The Raid: Ultra-Violent Claymation Version!
Written by Chris Savage, June 16, 2012
I still haven’t witnessed Gareth Evans’ The Raid, although it does look like all sorts of bad-ass. Without giving away any spoilers for those who haven’t seen it. Claymation extraordinaire Lee Hardcastle, has returned with yet more clay madness with his rendition of The Raid. Lets just say, two words, ultra-violence! Go check it out below

Watch the Stunning Short – Metro: Last Light
Written by Chris Savage, June 16, 2012
What you’re about to watch is simply breathtaking, so please, brace yourselves. Below we have the live action short film which is entitled Metro: Last Light. This is of course based off of the original novel, but also from the upcoming sequel of the same name. Now I love me some shorts, but this is

Troma’s Return to Class of Nuke’em High Is Casting!
Written by Herner Klenthur, May 31, 2012
Casting has now begun for the next Tromatic movie to be directed by Lloyd Kaufman, creator of The Toxic Avenger and President of Troma! Revisiting the beloved 1986 favorite Class of Nuke’em High, Return to Class of Nuke’em High will shoot over summer 2012. Actors are being sought for the following lead roles: Lauren (18) pretty, feminine, innocent –

The Cabin in the Woods Hits UK Blu-ray & DVD This September
Written by Chris Savage, May 31, 2012
Even though Drew Goddard’s The Cabin in the Woods took a long time coming, it is obviously apparent that it was worth the wait. I have heard confessions from horror fans praising the flick, its a joyous moment when we can all appreciate a horror film. So with the film being so well loved, don’t

Tina Majorino Cast in True Blood Season 5
Written by Chris Savage, May 31, 2012
With True Blood returning to our screens this June 10th on HBO with their fifth season, the guys over at TV Line scored some exclusive casting news, read on for all the details below. According to the site, Tina Majorino (Napoleon Dynamite, “Bones”) has scored a recurring role in the TV show which will see her “play a

Blu-ray Art & Details for The Bunny Game
Written by Chris Savage, May 31, 2012
Adam Rehmeier’s upcoming controversial shocker The Bunny Game, will soon be terrorizing your homes as this one will be making its way to Blu-ray and DVD this July. Courtesy of the folks over at Fangoria, we have the Blu-ray/DVD art and details for the upcoming release below. The Bunny Game will be hitting DVD &

Watch a Preview of The Walking Dead Season 3 This July
Written by Chris Savage, May 31, 2012
While we may have to wait a while for season 3 of The Walking Dead to officially start, AMC will be given you fans a preview of what’s to come this July during The Walking Dead marathon. From the Press Release: “AMC announced today The Walking Dead Season 3 Preview Weekend on Sat., Jul. 7 and Sun.,

Official U.S. Poster & Trailer for Red Lights
Written by Chris Savage, May 31, 2012
For those of you who are anxiously awaiting the release of Rodrigo Cortes’ Red Lights and are biting at the bit for more, well, we have just scored the official U.S. trailer and poster, check them out below. The film stars Robert De Niro, Cillian Murphy, Sigourney Weaver and Elizabeth Olsen. “In Red Lights, Weaver and Murphy

Official U.S. Trailer for Branded
Written by Chris Savage, May 31, 2012
If you’re looking for a giant monster movie to whet your appetite, I believe we have the one just for you and it looks killer. We recently gave you guys the Russian poster, but today, courtesy of Yahoo! Movies, we have the fully interactive U.S. trailer. If you have a smart phone, look out for

Official Poster & Motion Poster for Scott Derrickson’s Sinister
Written by Chris Savage, May 31, 2012
I’m not even sure if Scott Derrickson’s Sinister will be any good, but by looking at these brand new posters, its a little hard to turn away from. I’m just hoping that this one brings the scares with the gore. In any event, we have scored the brand new official poster for the flick which

Sales Art for the Maniac Remake
Written by Chris Savage, May 31, 2012
Franck Khalfoun’s remake of Maniac looks brutal, but its still too early to tell if the film is a true testament to the original flick. While we wait for an official poster, the guys over at B-D have scored some sales art from the flick, check it out below. Synopsis: “Just when the streets seemed safe, a

The Paranormal Disappearance of Allyn Jesick Review
Written by Lola Savage, May 30, 2012
Recently, I had the good fortune of screening an up-and-coming director’s new addition to the found-footage genre. Shot and produced in my home state, director Mason Freeman creates an interesting tale of the supernatural and witchcraft. Yes, while everyone else is buzzing over exorcisms and ghosts, Freeman decided to expose the terrifying dangers of magic

DVD Artwork for Return of the Killer Shrews Looks Familiar
Written by Chris Savage, May 30, 2012
Maybe I’m alone here but this new DVD artwork for the upcoming flick, Return of the Killer Shrews, looks almost identical to the flick, Absentia. Like I said, maybe its just me, but this is a major disappointment, perhaps its the studios idea, who knows. Check it out below and then hit up the link above and