Comic Con 2017 in Photos- Part One
Written by Jason McDonald, July 23, 2017
San Diego Comic Con is just about over and it’s been another long couple of days filled with relentless B.O. and people shoving flyers in your face.  However, as miserable as the experience is in the moment, I always feel just a bit sad when it’s over. Usually I try to do these photo reports

Stranger Things 2 Gets a Thrilling New Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, July 23, 2017
Netflix went big during its Comic Con panel today and they showed off quite a few exciting trailers, but easily the most exciting one had to be “Stranger Things 2.” Honestly, I really don’t need a new trailer for “Stranger Things 2.”  I will gladly binge it on October 27th just based on how much

Wes Craven’s ‘Summer of Fear’ Makes its Blu-ray Debut This October
Written by Chris Savage, July 23, 2017
One film that seems to keep eluding me is Wes Craven’s Summer of Fear (Stranger in Our House), it just never seems to appear near me. Guess I’ll just have to dig a little deeper or simply wait Doppelgänger Releasing to unleash the film on Blu-ray for the very first time! Yep, according to our friends over

[Trailer] Loose Cannon Films’ ‘Charismata’ Will Make You Face Your Demons
Written by Chris Savage, July 22, 2017
From Loose Canon Films comes Andy Collier and Toor Mian’s highly intriguing horror film, Charismata, and below we have for you the first official trailer and it’s visually striking, I think many of you will dig this one. Anyway, check out all the details and more below and let us know if this is something you’ll

Todd McFarlane Teams with Blumhouse for a New ‘Spawn’ Movie
Written by Chris Savage, July 22, 2017
We’ve heard the rumors throughout the years and it just didn’t seem to be gaining any traction whatsoever but, it appears as if a new Spawn movie is actually coming to fruition and it is going into production! Their official website recently posted an update which revealed that Todd McFarlane is teaming up with Jason Blum and

Killing Ground [Review]
Written by Simon Rother, July 22, 2017
The Australian forest is beautifully thick, dense, and keeps you away from that stressful urban civilization. However, those qualities quickly transform into your biggest enemies when no one can hear you scream. Intense. Stressful. Gut-wrenching. Those are all terms that went through my mind after I sat through the Canadian premiere of “Killing Ground” at

First Trailer for Season 8 of ‘The Walking Dead’
Written by Chris Savage, July 22, 2017
What with the San Diego Comic-Con now underway, it is only fitting that The Walking Dead tradition continues. That’s right, the official trailer has been unleashed for the latest season and we have all the goods below. Details are slim at the moment but, look for season 8 of The Walking Dead in the US

Wanna Play a Game? The First ‘Jigsaw’ Trailer Has Arrived
Written by Chris Savage, July 21, 2017
It’s officially back! The Saw franchise will once again make its presence felt this October with the latest installment, Jigsaw from directors Peter and Michael Spierig. The film arrives this October 27th, and of course there are so many questions and so little answers. But, to get a taste and perhaps an idea where this

Dark Rift Films Opens Up the ‘Book of Monsters’
Written by Chris Savage, July 21, 2017
From Dark Rift Films comes director Stewart Sparke and writer Paul Butler’s Book of Monters, and we have your first look at the film via the awesome official trailer and equally bad-ass artwork. Did you guys get to see their first feature film The Creature Below, if so, I think you guys will love this, it’s

Exclusive: New Official Stills from Adam R Steigert’s Werewolf Flick ‘Fang’
Written by Chris Savage, July 21, 2017
Are you guys ready for the weekend? Looking for something to really stick your teeth into? Well, we have just the thing, that is unless Melantha Blackthorne gets her teeth into you first! Below we have some brand-spanking exclusive stills from Adam R. Steigert’s highly anticipated werewolf film, Fang, and you can check out all

RLJE Films Acquires the Sequel to ‘The Houses October Built’
Written by Chris Savage, July 21, 2017
We have just received word that the folks over at RLJE Films have acquired the sequel to The Houses October Built, and it is aptly titled The Houses October Built 2. Bobby Roe who directed the first film has returned to direct the sequel, including his writing partner Zack Andrews. Also, the original cast is set to

Uncork’d Entertainment Unleashes ‘Alien: Reign of Man’ This August
Written by Chris Savage, July 21, 2017
After finally moving into a new home, I’m back! Believe me, if ANYONE ever says that “moving is easy”, give ’em a gentle kick in the nether regions for me. It was painful but, it’s done, internet is back for now and we have some new horror titles on the horizon for you. First up

Iconic Filmmaker George Romero Has Passed Away at the Age of 77
Written by Jason McDonald, July 16, 2017
George Romero, the Godfather of the modern zombie and all-around great guy has passed away today.  The news was revealed earlier today by his family.  In a statement given to the LA Times his family revealed that George had passed away in his sleep after after a battle with lung cancer. As we all know,

Here’s Our First Look at the Upcoming ‘Saw’ Sequel ‘Jigsaw’
Written by Jason McDonald, July 14, 2017
Hey guys.  Hey… Hey, guess what? This first image from “Jigsaw” sure gives me a sinking feeling. Ahahahaha. Oh man, we have fun around here. Comic Con is next week and the upcoming entry in the “Saw” franchise, “Jigsaw” will reportedly have a presence at the con.  What this actually means remains to be seen,

Negasonic Teenage Warhead Joins ‘The Exorcist’ Season Two
Written by Jason McDonald, July 13, 2017
Yes, I know she has a real name, but how many times do I get to write Negasonic Teenage Warhead?  When I get the chance to write Negasonic Teenage Warhead, you better believe that I’m gonna write Negasonic Teenage Warhead. Negasonic Teenage Warhead. Deadline is reporting that actress Brianna Hildebrand, who you might know as

Official Trailer for New Stephen King TV Series Adaptation ‘Mr. Mercedes’
Written by Jason McDonald, July 13, 2017
I’m not sure what happened in the last few years, but at some point Stephen King properties became very hot again.  “The Mist” recently hit Spike and “The Dark Tower” is just right around the corner.  Not to mention the upcoming remake of “It” and the often rumored “Stand” film. And with that the next

Season 2 of ‘Stranger Things’ Gets a Release Date and New Poster
Written by Jason McDonald, July 12, 2017
Netflix has produced a lot of great and varied content over the years, but nothing stuck with me quite as much as the first season of “Stranger Things.”  We’ve known it was coming back this year for Halloween, but now Netflix has revealed the exact date along with a synopsis and new poster. Season 2

Quentin Tarantino is Making a Movie Based on the Manson Murders
Written by Jason McDonald, July 12, 2017
In recent years director Quentin Tarantino has been alluding to the idea of wanting to retire from filmmaking.  However, in the same breath he usually mentions wanting to take on  a few other genres before hanging it up.  Among them being the horror genre.  Could Tarantino’s latest film be his take on horror? The Hollywood

LAIKA Will Be Giving Away ‘ParaNorman’ and ‘Coraline’ Themed Nikes at Comic Con
Written by Jason McDonald, July 10, 2017
It’s that time of the year again where we have to start talking about the biggest event in pop culture: San Diego Comic Con. We’re just ten days away from the start of the most hellacious nerd event of the year and there are plenty of events being announced. Among the various things to see

[Review] ‘Castlevania’ Could Be the Video Game Adaptation We’ve Been Waiting For
Written by Jason McDonald, July 9, 2017
When it comes to translating video game properties to other forms of media, there haven’t been too many success stories.  To be fair, most video games don’t have the necessary plot to actually fill out an entire film, let alone a TV series.  However, “Castlevania” is one of those few properties that has enough lore