Lin Shaye Joins the Upcoming ‘Grudge’ Reboot
Written by Jason McDonald, March 22, 2018
Not content with dealing with ghosts and demons in the Further, it looks like Elise from “Insidious” is taking on a beast from the east. Okay, it’s not a crossover event, but actress Lin Shaye has landed a role in the upcoming reboot of “The Grudge” according to Variety. Shaye has a long history of

Bruce Campbell Says ‘Ash is Done’ if ‘Ash vs Evil Dead’ is Cancelled
Written by Jason McDonald, March 20, 2018
As much as I love “Ash vs Evil Dead” it’s clear that this isn’t the kind of show that would go on for years and years.  However, if it should meet a premature end, it looks like Bruce Campbell may be ready to hang up the chainsaw for good. While “Ash vs Evil Dead” has

There’s a New ‘Leprechaun’ Movie Coming from the Director of ‘The Void’- Check out the Teaser Within
Written by Jason McDonald, March 19, 2018
  St. Patrick’s day is behind us and if you were going to announce a new “Leprechaun” movie, then you really couldn’t pick a better time.  Despite the best efforts of “Leprechaun: Origins” to kill the franchise off, it looks like SyFy is having another go at it.  However, before you freak out, this adaptation looks

The Axeman Returns Once Again in ‘Axeman 3: Absolution’
Written by Chris Savage, March 17, 2018
Are you guys fans of Joston “El Rey” Theney’s Axeman slasher series? If so, you’ll be pleased to know that the carnage is continuing as we have learned that a third film in the franchise, Axeman 3: Absolution, is currently being penned by Theney and is said to be the last in the trilogy of films.

Official Theatrical Trailer for ‘Boar’ Has Arrived
Written by Chris Savage, March 17, 2018
While we wait for news on the theatrical release of Chris Sun’s upcoming creature feature Boar, we have been provided with the brand new trailer which looks pretty damn good to us. Check it out below and let us know if you’ll be keeping an eye out for this one? From the Press Release: Australian director

IFC Midnight Unleashes Brad Dourif’s Werewolf Flick ‘Wildling’ This April
Written by Chris Savage, March 16, 2018
While I’m still pumped for Fritz Böhm’s feature debut Wildling, it appears as if this is another case of a trailer showing far too much, but I’m still game especially with Brad Dourif attached. So, IFC Midnight have just announced that they will be unleashing Wildling into theatres in New York and on VOD and Digital

James Wan and Netflix Team-Up for Slasher Movie ‘There’s Someone Inside Your House’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 16, 2018
James Wan may be off directing non-horror movies these days, but his producing heart is still very much into horror.  The “Conjuring” director is teaming up with Netflix and the producers of “Stranger Things” to bring a new slasher film to Netflix. Deadline is reporting that young adult novel “There’s Someone Inside Your House” is

Blumhouse Vampire Flick ‘Family Blood’ Will Hit Netflix this Month
Written by Jason McDonald, March 16, 2018
Netflix continues its reign of sudden movie releases with a new horror film from Blumhouse coming very soon. Arrow in the Head is reporting that Blumhouse is set to release its new vampire film, “Family Blood,”  by the end of the month.  “Family Blood” is written and directed by Sonny Malhi who previously directed “Anguish”

Demian Bichir and Andrea Riseborough Join ‘Grudge’ Reboot
Written by Jason McDonald, March 16, 2018
Last year we saw the attempted revitalization of one legendary ghost girl with the subpar release of “Rings.”  Not only did the film bomb with critics, it didn’t exactly light up the box office.  Not to be deterred, Sony is still moving forward with their reboot of another legendary ghost girl. Variety is reporting that

Full Lineup Announced for the 2018 Cinedelphia Film Festival
Written by Chris Savage, March 14, 2018
Are any of you guys looking to venture out to the Cinedelphia Film Festival in Philadelphia, PA this year? If so, you’ll be pleased to know that the full lineup has been unleashed, and it is jammed to the rafters with all types of films including Jenn Wexler’s The Ranger. The festival runs from April 12-30, and

David Freyne’s ‘The Cured’ Hits the UK This May
Written by Chris Savage, March 14, 2018
One zombie movie that is gaining a ton of traction is David Freyne’s upcoming flick The Cured. The film questions; what if a cure to the virus had been found but you remembered all the heinous acts you committed while being infected? Would you be cast out and could you eradicate those that can’t be cured? The

A ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ Reboot Could Happen One Day
Written by Jason McDonald, March 14, 2018
TV reboots and revivals have been all the rage lately.  With Fox bringing back classics like “The X-Files” and “24” and CW pursuing a revival of “Roswell” it seems like the shows from my teen years all prime to make a comeback, but the one that would really get me going hasn’t been touched. Yet.

Rob Zombie Reveals that the Sequel to ‘Devil’s Rejects’ Has Begun Filming
Written by Jason McDonald, March 14, 2018
Back in October of last year we learned that Rob Zombie was officially moving forward with his long rumored sequel to “The Devil’s Rejects.”  However, we haven’t really heard anything about the film since then.  We didn’t know when it would begin shooting, what it would be called, or what it would even be about. 

Freestyle Digital Media Unleashes the Supernatural Thriller ‘Ayla’ This April
Written by Chris Savage, March 13, 2018
We have just received word that Elias’ (“Gut”) Ayla has just been acquired by Freestyle Digital Media for distribution in North America, with a release date set for April 3rd on VOD and Digital HD platforms. The film has a stellar cast attached which includes Tristan Risk, Dee Wallace, Bill Oberst Jr., Nicholas Wilder, and Andrew Sensenig. Check out

Official Teaser Trailer & Poster for ‘Death Kiss’
Written by Chris Savage, March 13, 2018
From Millman Productions and Mosquito Entertainment comes Rene Perez’ Death Kiss, and below we have the first official teaser trailer and poster for the upcoming film. Upon watching said trailer you be doing a couple of double-takes, as Robert Kovacs who stars in the film bares an uncanny resemblance to Charles Bronson. Take a peek below and let

First Look at Dylan Reynolds’ ‘4/20 Massacre’
Written by Chris Savage, March 11, 2018
Dubbed as the first “Stoner Slasher” comes Dylan Reynolds’ 4/20 Massacre, and below we have the official trailer and poster for the upcoming movie. The film is set to hit VOD and DVD this April 3rd via Film Chest, and it looks set to be a ton of fun. Although I can’t help but think why

Official Grindhouse Trailer for ‘Dasvidaniya: Russian Brides 2’
Written by Chris Savage, March 11, 2018
The folks over at Inferno Productions have just unleashed their official Grindhouse trailer for their upcoming film Dasvidaniya: Russian Brides 2, and you guys can check out the goods along with details pertaining to the film below. Give it a watch and let us know if this is something you’ll be keeping an eye out for or

RLJE Films Acquires Nicolas Cage’s ‘Mandy’
Written by Chris Savage, March 11, 2018
I see Nicolas Cage mentioned in anything, I automatically want to know more. I’m not sure what it is, but he just delivers, from the bizarre to the over-the-top, Cage is always fun to watch. So, we’ve just received word that his latest flick, Mandy, from writer/director Panos Cosmatos, has just been acquired via RLJE Films,

‘Unfriended’ Sequel ‘Unfriended: Dark Web’ Makes Surprise Premiere at SXSW
Written by Jason McDonald, March 10, 2018
There have been rumblings about a sequel to “Unfriended” for a few months now.  Back in October we learned about a possible title and plot details, but beyond that we hadn’t seen an official confirmation that the sequel was an actual thing that would see the light of day.  Well, leave it Blumhouse to make

[Review] ‘The Strangers: Prey at Night’ – Get Reacquainted with Some Familiar Faces
Written by Jason McDonald, March 10, 2018
I saw “The Strangers” long after the hype of the original film had past.  I knew of the film’s legacy, but I was far enough removed to see it objectively and I came out thinking all the praise for it was well deserved.  It didn’t revolutionize the slasher genre, but the way it handled atmosphere was