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

The Team Behind ‘The Conjuring’ Universe are Having a Short Film Contest
Written by Jason McDonald, July 8, 2017
Are you an aspiring filmmaker who has a catalog of short films ready to show off?  Think one of them might vibe with “The Conjuring” series?  Then there’s a contest just for. In order to promote the upcoming release of “Annabelle: Creation” James Wan and the creators of the “Conjuring Universe” are hosting a short film

First Official Clip for IFC Films’ ‘Killing Ground’
Written by Chris Savage, July 7, 2017
Have you guys been following Damien Power’s feature debut Killing Ground? If so, you’ll be pleased to learn that we have scored some brand new goods for you. Thanks to IFC Films, below you will find the first official clip from the film and it’s beginning to look intense. Check it out along with the official

First Official ‘Jigsaw’ Poster Has Arrived!
Written by Chris Savage, July 7, 2017
It was just last month when we revealed that the eighth film in the Saw franchise, Saw: Legacy, underwent a name change to just simply Jigsaw, as well as learning that the film will be hitting theatres this year on October 27, 2017! And now, our friends over at Arrow in the Head have scored the

Midnight Releasing Will Have You Screaming ‘WTF!’
Written by Chris Savage, July 7, 2017
From Midnight Releasing comes Peter Herro’s debut feature film, WTF!, and we can reveal that the film, will hit Cable VOD and Digital HD this August 1st. Below we have the new trailer and artwork for you to feast your eyes upon as well as all the details you need. Check it out and let us

‘The Night Shift’ Invades ‘Family Video’ Stores This Month
Written by Chris Savage, July 6, 2017
From Massimiliano Cerchi comes one of his latest flicks, The Night Shift [REVIEW]. And when I say one of his latest, it’s because he is working on about half a dozen as we speak! So, anyway, SGL Entertainment will be handling this one and they have just announced that the film will be available on Family Video stores

The Night Shift (2016) [Review]
Written by Chris Savage, July 6, 2017
Poor Vincent Rivera. Massimiliano Cerchi certainly likes leaving this dude in empty mansions, or maybe Vincent is a glutton for punishment? Either way, Vincent Rivera stars in Massimiliano Cerchi’s latest flick, The Night Shift, where he plays the role of Frank, a reluctant security guard, and to be honest, how this guy became a security guard

‘Land of the Dead’ Receives the Scream Factory Treatment This October
Written by Chris Savage, July 6, 2017
We recently announced that Scream Factory will be unleashing the long-overdue The Poughkeepsie Tapes this October but, it appears as if these guys aren’t set to take a break as they have just also announced that they will be unleashing George A. Romero’s Land of the Dead in October, too. Land of the Dead will

This Trailer for ‘Another WolfCop’ Will Have You Howling
Written by Chris Savage, July 6, 2017
Lowell Dean’s WolfCop, what an absolute riot! It was a ton of fun, or at least I thought so with its liquor-guzzling werewolf cop Lou Garou. And as you know, a sequel is on the horizon aptly titled Another WolfCop, and thanks to the Fantasia Film Festival, we have the official trailer for you to

‘The Poughkeepsie Tapes’ Finally Hits Home Video!
Written by Chris Savage, July 6, 2017
John Erick Dowdle’s (Quarantine, Devil and As Above So Below) The Poughkeepsie Tapes has become something of a legend. The film was completed back in 2007 with a theatrical release planned in 2008 but, for what ever reason, MGM decided to pull the film from release despite the promotional advertising. Since then, many, including myself have

The Official Trailer for Gregory Lamberson’s ‘Johnny Gruesome’ Has Arrived
Written by Chris Savage, July 5, 2017
Well, here it is. The official trailer for Gregory Lamberson’s Johnny Gruesome, which is based upon  the award-winning novel of the same name has arrived and we have it for you below. If you were a fan of the novel, I think you’re gonna love this. Check it out below and let us know what you

‘The Ice Cream Truck’ Arrives This August
Written by Chris Savage, July 4, 2017
How are you dealing with this heat? It’s a killer, isn’t it? Well, how about several scoops of some delicious ice cream to cool you down? If so, we have something for you but, there’s a catch it may just cost you your life. Meh, it’s ice cream! Making its way to theatres and VOD

SGL Entertainment Experiences Some ‘Engine Trouble’
Written by Chris Savage, July 3, 2017
Breaking down in the middle of nowhere absolutely sucks! But luckily SGL Entertainment have you covered with the re-release of Marc Ickx’s Engine Trouble (Junior), and it’s presented in glorious high-definition for the very first time! So, even if you do have some crazy locals just waiting to tear up your flesh, at least you’ll be entertained. From