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Ash Goes Patriotic in This New Poster for ‘Ash vs. Evil Dead’
Written by Chris Savage, August 30, 2016
Did you guys get a chance to watch the first season of Ash vs. Evil Dead? What did you think? Me personally, I thought it was a whole lot of fun with plenty of the red stuff, and speaking of the red stuff, with got a little bit of the red, white, and blue below

Official NSFW Trailer for Jessica Cameron’s ‘Mania’
Written by Chris Savage, August 30, 2016
Jessica Cameron’s latest directorial effort Mania, has been taking the festival world by storm and continues to do as they have just recently made their UK premiere at the Starburst Film Festival, with many praising the living hell out of this one, while picking up awards left, right and center! But, while us mere mortals wait patiently

Eli Roth is Teaming Up with Universal Studios to Present this Year’s Terror Tram at Universal Studios
Written by Jason McDonald, August 30, 2016
The crazy storm of Halloween announcements has finally reached it’s end.  And this final announcement we begin to play the most maddening game of all: the waiting game. Universal Studios has announced that it is partnering up again with horror director Eli Roth for a new Terror Tram experience.  For those that don’t know the

‘Grimm’ Cancelled and Set to End After Season Six
Written by Jason McDonald, August 30, 2016
This news might not be so shocking if you’re a “Grimm” fan like myself.  For one, the last season seemed to be pushing things to a natural conclusion.  And secondly, it was announced earlier this year that “Grimm” would be getting a shortened season six.  So putting those two things together, it’s not all that

‘Let The Right One In’ Secures a Pilot Order with TNT
Written by Chris Savage, August 29, 2016
It was announced last year that a TV series based upon Let The Right One In was on the cards, and that the series was heading to towards A&E, and then quickly switched to TNT, but that was the last we heard. However, it appears as if things have moved rather quickly. According to Deadline, TNT has finalized a

Knott’s Berry Farm Unveils the Full Slate of Scares for this Years Knott’s Scary Farm
Written by Jason McDonald, August 28, 2016
The summer days are finally dying out and Fall is just peaking around the corner.  That can mean only one thing: it’s nearly Halloween season.  And while I’m the type of person to complain about Christmas decorations infesting stores early and early, you’ll hear no such complaints from me about the Halloween season.  I’m more

Dark Sky Films Celebrates 30 Years of ‘Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer’ with a 4K Restoration
Written by Chris Savage, August 27, 2016
I can’t believe it’s nearly been 30 years since Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer was released in the States, where has the time gone!? But, 30 years is a tremendous occasion and Dark Sky Films are celebrating in style. They will be re-releasing the film theatrically in 20 cities beginning this October 21st, plus it

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Turns the ‘Lights Out’ on Home Video This October
Written by Chris Savage, August 26, 2016
I haven’t seen David F. Sandberg’s Lights Out, but it’s definitely something that has me intrigued. It’s such a simple idea, but it appears as if they have really utilized it to their advantage, although, maybe it does fall flat, but I’m cautiously optimistic. So, if you have seen this one, please chime in with your

This New ‘Blair Witch’ Poster is Kinda Awesome
Written by Chris Savage, August 26, 2016
With the release date for Blair Witch set for September 16th, we’ve had a few bits and pieces thrown at us to hype up the movie, but nothing has been quite as awesome as this. The powers that be have unleashed a new official poster, and it’s assembled with people, people being stretched, and perhaps being

Unearthed Films Unleashes ‘Francesca’ onto a 3-Disc Collector’s Edition This September
Written by Chris Savage, August 25, 2016
We’ve been following Luciano and Nicolás Onetti’s Francesca for quite some time as it looks awesome, and something we can’t wait to check out. But, it appears as if it’s not just us that are fascinated with this one, as the film has received a ton of praise from its festival run and it continues to

Full Details for the ‘Aliens’ 30th Anniversary Blu-ray
Written by Chris Savage, August 25, 2016
Earlier in the year we gave you guys your first look at the upcoming Blu-ray of James Cameron’s Aliens, which is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the film. Today, we have the full details for the release and you can check them out below. Look for the film this September 13th. From the Press Release:

First Official Trailer for Lance Henriksen’s ‘Daylight’s End’
Written by Chris Savage, August 25, 2016
From William Kaufman comes his latest flick Daylight’s End, which is penned by Chad Law, and we’ve been provided with the official trailer for the film and you guys can check it out below. If this is something that intrigues you, you’ll be pleased to know that you won’t be waiting very long as the

Doug Liman is Set to Direct ‘Justice League: Dark’
Written by Jason McDonald, August 25, 2016
After going around the dancefloor a few times with director Guillermo Del Toro it looks like “Justice League: Dark” has found itself a new dance partner and a new identity. Variety has revealed today that director Doug Liman (“Edge of Tomorrow”) will be directing “Justice League: Dark” which is now being called “Dark Universe” for

Official Poster and Trailer for ‘Rings’ Has Arrived
Written by Chris Savage, August 24, 2016
The folks over at Paramount Pictures have just dropped the official trailer and poster for Rings from F. Javier Gutierrez, and you guys can check out the goods below, that is, if you’re brave enough? If you guys make it, why do you think? Will this bring some much needed life back into The Ring franchise? The

First Official Poster for Joston Theney’s ‘Adam K’
Written by Chris Savage, August 24, 2016
We’ve been following Joston Theney for years. He’s delivered some excellent stuff, especially with his Axeman series, but now he is taking a different direction with Adam K, and it promises to be one hell of a bloody, sadistic ride. So, make your way below and check out the first official poster as well as details

New Official Clip and Release Date for ‘The House On Pine Street’
Written by Chris Savage, August 23, 2016
We absolutely love Aaron and Austin Keeling’s The House On Pine Street [REVIEW] and we think it will go down as one of the best supernatural films of our time. So, when we got word that a new clip had been unleashed, we just had to share it with you guys so you can experience some of

‘Independence Day: Resurgence’ Lands on Blu-ray & DVD This October
Written by Chris Savage, August 23, 2016
If like me you missed your chance to witness Independence Day: Resurgence on the bog-screen, don’t fret. The film will soon be invading your living room, as we have learned that Independence Day: Resurgence will be hitting 4K Ultra HD Disc, 3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray and DVD this October 18th. The film is also set to be

The Legend Returns in This Official ‘Blair Witch’ TV Spot
Written by Chris Savage, August 22, 2016
The cat is out of the bag now. We learned last month that Adam Wingard’s The Woods was actually Lionsgate’s secret Blair Witch project, which caught many of us off guard. But how about you? Did you have a feeling that there was something more to The Woods? Still, it’s awesome that we’re getting more Blair Witch, and

The Official Trailer for ‘Weresquito: Nazi Hunter’ Has Arrived
Written by Chris Savage, August 20, 2016
All I can say is, thank you Christopher R. Mihm! For many years he has been unleashing 1950s style b-movies, and with each passing film they just seem to get better and better, and perhaps a little more bizarre. So, what’s next from the man? How about a film that involves a man who has the

[Trailer] First Look at Jared Skolnick’s Highly Intriguing Short ‘Girl in the Basement’
Written by Chris Savage, August 19, 2016
Jared Skolnick is certainly no stranger around these parts, especially after delivering his stellar short The Earth Rejects Him (Check it out HERE). And now he has returned with yet another tale, and this sucker looks set to be awesome. The short is titled Girl in the Basement, which is written by Kt Baldassaro, and it asks