Horror Writers Wanted!
Written by TheM, August 4, 2014
Do you love horror? Do you want to write about the horror genre? Well, we have the gig for you! We are specifically looking for a day-to-day news contributor to join our daily horror movie news team. If you are up on the latest horror news and have it dripping into your blood stream from an

First Look at James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe in ‘Victor Frankenstein’
Written by Jason McDonald, April 25, 2015
It’s been a long time since we got our first glimpse of Daniel Radcliffe in the upcoming twist on the Mary Shelley “Frankenstein” tale. By now I would expect to be getting some sort of trailer or teaser footage, but instead we’re getting some official stills that give us a proper look at Daniel Radcliffe and

‘Pacific Rim 2′ and ‘The Mummy’ Change Release Dates
Written by Jason McDonald, April 25, 2015
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but if you were looking forward to some more robot on kaiju action in your near future, you’re going to have to wait just a little bit longer. Universal Pictures is shuffling a bunch of its future releases around.  For some of these future projects its

M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘The Visit’ Gets First Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, April 25, 2015
Just a few days ago we got our first reminder that a new M.Night Shyamalan film was inbound. Now we’re finally getting our first look at his newest film with a new trailer. “The Visit” is Shyamalan’s first film since “After Earth” and is a return to his more horror oriented works.  I was actually

Jason Voorhees Coming to Mortal Kombat X on May 5th
Written by Jason McDonald, April 25, 2015
There’s a lot of discussion going around over “Mortal Kombat X” and it’s outrageously high price point for DLC.  Personally, I don’t have a problem with supporting a game with paid DLC.  However, I think the price has to be reasonable and so far the $30 asking price for a season pass of four characters

Oren Peli’s ‘Area 51′ Finally Gets a Trailer and Release Date
Written by Jason McDonald, April 24, 2015
Remember when Oren Peli was set to follow up “Paranormal Activity” with a movie based on the infamous Area 51?  Remember how that was years ago? Well, now that film is finally going to see the light of day and we know when.  However, not only do we have a release date for you, but

Scream Factory to Unleash The People Under The Stairs onto Blu-ray
Written by Chris Savage, April 24, 2015
What with the news that Wes Craven’s The People Under The Stairs, will soon be receiving the TV treatment, it makes perfect sense to revisit the cult classic and what better way than on Blu-ray in a special collector’s edition! Yep, the folks over at Scream Factory have announced the release with some brand new

[Trailer] Dark Secrets Will Unfold ‘At Granny’s House’
Written by Chris Savage, April 23, 2015
I am always on the lookout to give you guys something new and different, something hidden beneath the floorboards just waiting for the world to see and today we give you your first look at Les Mahoney’s At Granny’s House. An intriguing thriller which will become a macabre place of death. Dare you enter Granny’s House?

First Official Clip from Arnold Schwarzenegger’s ‘Maggie’
Written by Chris Savage, April 23, 2015
The more and more I see of Henry Hobson’s unique zombie film Maggie, the more I want to see it. Below we have scored the very first clip from the film for you guys to check out, I’m just hoping that they show very few clips for this one and just let us fully experience it

Zombieworld Hits The UK This June
Written by Chris Savage, April 23, 2015
I’ve been hearing quite a lot in regards to Zombieworld, a film that our friends over at Dread Central have had a hand or two in and it’s something I really need to get around to watching. Thankfully, for those of us in the UK, we will soon be able to witness the film as

The Harvest Review
Written by Jason McDonald, April 23, 2015
It’s been a long time since “Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer” director John McNaughton put out a feature length film, but the director finally returns from his long absence with “The Harvest.”  Is this a return to form for the director? In “The Harvest” a lonely little girl named Maryann (Natasha Calis) moves out

Pumpkins Go Rotten in Proof of Concept Video ‘Evil Nature’
Written by Jason McDonald, April 23, 2015
Filmmaker Darin Beckstead has sent us an early Halloween treat in the form of a quirky proof of concept video titled “Evil Nature.”  Clocking in at two minutes it’s a quick video that invokes some classic comedic horror films like “Gremlins” or “Critters” with a dash of “Attack of the Killer Tomatoes.” Though a small

Official Redband Trailer for Helen Keller vs. Nightwolves
Written by Chris Savage, April 22, 2015
About a month ago we gave you guys your first look at Ross Patterson’s (FDR: American Badass) Helen Keller vs Nightwolves, via a brief teaser trailer which pretty much set the tone. Now we have the full official redband trailer and they aren’t holding any punches, this looks awesome, plus it has Lin Shaye. Quite possibly the

Official Trailer & Poster for Bigfoot: The Movie
Written by Chris Savage, April 22, 2015
Over the past few years we have seen a slew of Bigfoot movies crawl out of the darkness and into the light and it has been awesome. It’s great to see the humble Sasquatch get some much needed attention and today is no different as we present to you the first trailer and poster for Bigfoot:

LA Film Festival Announces Nightfall Lineup
Written by Jason McDonald, April 22, 2015
Every major film festival has their own special section set aside for horror themed movies.  Usually these are called “Midnight Lineups” because, for some reason, they think people don’t have anything to do in the morning. Thankfully, only a few movies are actually shown at midnight and it’s more of a traditional title now.  This

[Trailer] IntesTed Is The Most Bizarre Movie You Will Ever See!
Written by Chris Savage, April 21, 2015
Forget everything you know about film. Everything. You think you’ve seen it all? You ain’t seen nothing until you see Cam Schwartz and Phil Pattison’s short film IntesTed. It is quite possibly the most bizarre short I have ever seen and you know what? I loved it! It’s just so insane it’s hard not to love, from

Wes Craven Working on TV Adaptation of ‘People Under the Stairs’ and ‘We Are All Completely Fine’
Written by Jason McDonald, April 21, 2015
Despite Wes Craven seeming lukewarm regarding the production of the “Scream” series, he doesn’t seem turned off on the idea of working in television yet. In fact, the iconic horror director is bringing one of his classic films to television and adapting a book for a potential series on the SyFy channel. According to Deadline Wes Craven has

James Wan Producing Remake of ‘The Entity’
Written by Jason McDonald, April 21, 2015
After achieving mega success with “Furious 7″, James Wan can pretty much write his own check in Hollywood for just about any project he could want to do.  And with that newfound success, it looks like he’s venturing into remake territory. According to the Hollywood Reporter, James Wan will be producing a remake of the

Jurassic World Unleashes Global Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, April 21, 2015
I’ve heard of international trailers before, but global trailer is a new buzzword for me. Whatever, I guess when your film features massive dinosaurs you can skip the international part and go straight for global. “Jurassic World” has put out a new trailer for the upcoming film and it features more insane dino action than

Not Human Is Available on DVD Right Now
Written by Chris Savage, April 20, 2015
We have been following Adam R Steigert’s Not Human, for quite some time now, as it looks like it could be something you guys will be willing to check out, and speaking of which, the film was released on DVD this March 3rd, so if you haven’t yet go give this one a gander. From the Press

The Invitation Movie Review ( SXSW 2015 )
Written by Flay Otters, April 20, 2015
The slow starting, rumbling dread and unease of Karyn Kusama’s The Invitation is borne out in a lot of different ways. From painfully uncomfortable social interactions to suspicions of ulterior motives to unequal emotional outpourings – all of which play right into the wheelhouse of those squigged out by those type of things. This opens