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Banish Those Demons With This New Possession Photo
Written by Chris Savage, June 28, 2012
In recent years there have been a slew of possession-themed flicks, and sadly many have missed the mark, will Lionsgate’s The Possession change all that? I’d like to think so, and with that we have a brand new photo courtesy of their official Facebook page. The Possession is directed by Ole Bornedal and stars Jeffrey Dean Morgan,

Universal Classic Monsters Collection is Unleashed on Blu-ray
Written by Chris Savage, June 28, 2012
For all you classic monster fans out there, I have the perfect box-set for you, or maybe even a loved one, or maybe even me if you’re feeling generous. Universal have announced that they will be unleashing a killer Blu-ray box-set featuring all your favorite classic monsters from The Bride of Frankenstein all the way

Horror Comedy The Selling Comes Home This August
Written by Chris Savage, June 28, 2012
Its been a long road, but Emily Lou’s horror comedy The Selling is finally making its way towards a U.S. release date, and we have all the details you need below. According to The Hollywood Reporter, GoDigital has picked up the comedy horror feature The Selling for a VOD release date this August 21st. The film stars Gabriel

Full Official Trailer for Total Recall
Written by Chris Savage, June 28, 2012
I loved the original Total Recall adaptation, it had the mutants, the violence, the one-liners by Arnie, it was my perfect mix of everything. And, lets not forget the three-boobed hooker! Well, the remake has taken a different approach and by the look of the new trailer, this one is heavy on the action, check

Evil Dead Gets Animated in Awesome Tribute Video
Written by Chris Savage, June 28, 2012
We here love the Evil Dead, its just the perfect mix of comedy and horror. What we also love is people’s imagination and their passion for what fuels them, case in point is this awesome animated tribute video for the Evil Dead, check it out below. From Daniel Kanemoto of Exmortis Films comes Evil Dead:

The Avellan Twins Return in Machete Kills
Written by Chris Savage, June 28, 2012
Robert Rodriguez sure has an eye for super hot chicks, his latest sequel, Machete Kills is filled to the brim with eye-candy, and today two more are added to the fold which you may remember from the first film. According to Variety, Electra and Elise Avellan, are set to reprise their roles from the original Mexploitation

Stuart Gordon Has a ‘Taste’ for Cannibals
Written by Chris Savage, June 27, 2012
Its always great to hear that someone, who you grew up on is still doing what they love and that’s being a part of the genre. Stuart Gordon has had an incredible career with horror films, most notably Re-Animator. But, he has also veered off into the realms of stage. He recently bought Re-Animator to

Official Teaser Poster for Zack Parker’s Proxy
Written by Chris Savage, June 27, 2012
It was only a few short days ago that we announced that Zack Parker’s upcoming flick Proxy had began casting, and what a cast I must add. Featuring some of the genre’s most hotest up and coming stars. Today however, we bring forth the newly released official teaser poster for Proxy, and you can check

Experience The Horror of Barnes Folly
Written by Chris Savage, June 27, 2012
Who’s up for some b-movie mayhem? While it seems to be more veering towards the comedy side, The Horror of Barnes Folly does deliver slightly on the gore, and it gets a bonus for using practical effects. Care to witness rednecks vs. a monster? Well, head on down below. Thanks to Avery for the find,

Official Plot Details for Monsters: Dark Continent
Written by Chris Savage, June 27, 2012
We recently announced that a sequel to Gareth Edwards’ Monsters was set to begin filming this year with Tom Green (Misfits) directing the project. Today we have just scored the official plot details for the sequel. Monsters: Dark Continent. No-one has been locked to star in the upcoming film which was penned by Jay Basu just yet.

First Look at David Ross’ Sylance
Written by Chris Savage, June 27, 2012
Its hard to tell these days if these little back streets or suburbs are a friendly place to live. You see it may look nice and peaceful on the surface, but underneath you can be sure there are a few sinister things going on. Case in point, Sylance, it looks like an idyllic town, a nice place to

The Tall Man Ushers in an Official Poster
Written by Chris Savage, June 27, 2012
I’ve been following Pascal Laugier extremely closely after unleashing the truly brutal flick Martyrs. As that film made me excited to be a horror fan, it really got to our emotions. While that film knocked me for ten, I’m a little skeptical about The Tall Man, but we shall see. Here we have the official poster

New Clip & Official Trailer from Roland Emmerich’s HELL
Written by Chris Savage, June 27, 2012
The Roland Emmerich produced flick HELL, is something we can really get our teeth into, and while we have been waiting ever so patiently for some more footage, today we get the mother-load, as we have a brand new clip below and B-D have unleashed the official trailer. You can catch Tim Fehlbaum’s HELL when it hits

Two New Photos from the Rites of Spring
Written by Chris Savage, June 27, 2012
We recently gave you guys a look at IFC Midnight’s the Rites of Spring with a pretty killer poster, and today courtesy of B-D we have two brand new photos with one full of the glorious red stuff. The film is directed by Padraig Reynolds and stars AJ Bowen (The Signal, House of the Devil, A Horrible

Zombie Flick The Revenant Hits Theatres This August
Written by Chris Savage, June 27, 2012
We love zombies around these parts, in actual fact, we just love everything there is to do with the genre, but today its zombies. It appears as if Kerry Priors dark zombie comedy The Revenant has scored some distribution, and we have all the details below. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Lightning Entertainment and Paladin are teaming

Witness the Awesome Training of the Prometheus Crew
Written by Chris Savage, June 27, 2012
I absolutely loved Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, but was there a few flaws? Of course there was, the most common flaws were at the hands of the highly trained Prometheus crew, or at least we assumed they were highly trained. Lets be honest, the crew made some seriously grave mistakes, too much prodding and poking and guess what?

Munger Road Hits Home Video This September
Written by Chris Savage, June 27, 2012
Its been a very long time since we had anything for you regarding Nicholas Smith’s Munger Road, but between our last post and this one, the film has has a very limited theatrical run in Chicago and is now set for release on DVD and VOD. Read on for all the details below. From the

Scanners (1981) Review
Written by Justin Bailey, June 26, 2012
Scanners, written and directed by David Cronenberg, is one of those films that gets everything right save for one key element, and it is a major one. It is a movie good in every way except one flaw, but that flaw is so major it remains a good film but not quite a great one.

Husk (2011) Review
Written by Justin Bailey, June 26, 2012
Husk is a movie that wants to make you think, but the more you think about it, the more it will make your brain hurt. Here is a movie that would benefit from some camp and “fun factor”. Instead we get a film that takes itself incredibly seriously but poorly made. What we are left

Abraham Lincoln Ghost Buster!
Written by Herner Klenthur, June 26, 2012
Forget Vampires! We all know that in a true fight that Abraham lincoln would not stand a chance against a real true blue vampire. Ok admittedly he would hand Edward from Twilight his ass but would be taken to pieces when confronted by the likes of Blade. Now the true talent that Abraham Lincoln had