Clive Barker Unleashes An Exact Replica of the Lament Configuration – Extremely Limited!
Written by Chris Savage, November 28, 2015
Now this, this is freakin’ awesome! I’m sure many of you have some sort of Lament Configuration in your collection, but do you have an exact replica of the original from which has been in Clive Barker’s personal collection for over 25 years? Well, now is your chance, but these don’t come cheap and they

Score Some Grotesque Perks with ‘American Guinea Pig: Bloodshock’
Written by Chris Savage, November 27, 2015
I’m pretty sure a few of you are familiar with the notorious Japanese series known as The Guinea Pig films. We’ve talked about them quite a lot here, so I’m not going to regurgitate to bloody and controversial history, instead we are looking at a new series of films taking off where the original series

Zach Galligan Talks ‘Gremlins 3′
Written by Chris Savage, November 27, 2015
As you know, we’ve been talking about a new Gremlins film for years. Whether it be a sequel, a remake or a reboot, we’ve heard it all, much like Ghostbusters 3, it’s almost became an urban legend, but like Ghostbusters 3 it actually appears as if there is some traction. Gremlins is a film that

[Trailer] Terror Goes Airborne in ‘Bugs’
Written by Chris Savage, November 26, 2015
Just when you thought it was safe to get that bikini back on, along comes a bounty of flesh-hungry bugs just vying to get a taste of your flesh. It’s just not fair, women should be free to go anywhere they want in their bikini’s. Damn you bugs, damn you to hell! So, are you

[Trailer] ‘Blackburn’ Finds a Home with Tombstone Distribution
Written by Chris Savage, November 26, 2015
We have just received word that Lauro Chartrand’s (Born to Raise Hell) Blackburn, which is penned by Nastasha Baron (Kingdoms of Grace) has been acquired for distribution via Archstone Distribution under their genre label Tombstone Distribution, and along with that we have scored the brand new trailer, new stills and all the details you need including the impressive

[Trailer] ‘Bigfoot vs. Zombies’ Hits DVD This February
Written by Chris Savage, November 26, 2015
Throughout history we have witnessed some truly epic battles, but I don’t think anything could prepare you for what is about to go down. Brace yourselves, okay? It’s Bigfoot vs. Zombies, in the ultimate war for supremacy and you guys get a front-row seat at the madness. But, not all things are awesome. First off,

[Video] Witness the Legend of ‘Krampus’ in This Featurette
Written by Chris Savage, November 25, 2015
It’s nearly that time of year, folks. Krampus may just be around the corner, especially for those of you who aren’t necessarily in the festive spirit, but I think I have something that could change that. Below we have scored a pretty killer featurette which looks at the legend that is Krampus. Give it a

Official Artwork for the UK Release of ‘House of Manson’
Written by Chris Savage, November 25, 2015
I can’t even begin to tell you how much I loved Brandon Slagle’s House of Manson [REVIEW], it was just firing on all cylinders and it would not let up until the credits began to roll, and damn, Ryan Kisser’s portrayal of Charles Manson was scarily on point. But, what isn’t on point, in my

New Photos from ‘Crying Wolf’
Written by Chris Savage, November 25, 2015
Have you been following Tony Jopia’s horror comedy Crying Wolf? For me, it looks like a lot of fun, albeit with a bit of CGI here-and-there, but you can’t win them all. So, head on down below as we have scored four new photos from the upcoming film. The film stars Caroline Munro, Joe Egan, Kristofer Dayne,

[Trailer] Found Footage Gets Biblical in ‘Jeruzalem’
Written by Jason McDonald, November 25, 2015
Alright, I’m just gonna get this out the way.  Putting a “z” in Jerusalem is really really really silly. Like, painfully so.  I don’t understand the logic behind it.  Is it an attempt to make the name Jerusalem be edgy?  If it’s an attempt to be cool, brother, that fad went out in the early

‘It Follows’ and ‘Bone Tomahawk’ Get Nominations at the Film Independent Spirit Awards
Written by Jason McDonald, November 25, 2015
After all of the glowing reviews and praise that “It Follows” received, it seemed inevitable that the film would somehow somewhere get a bit of recognition.  So it’s nice to see that the Spirit Awards have placed given it some very notable nominations.  What does come as a surprise though is that “Bone Tomahawk” has

Tom Cruise May Star in Universal’s Mummy Reboot
Written by Jason McDonald, November 24, 2015
If yesterday’s rumor about Angelina Jolie starring in “The Bride of Frankenstein” and today’s bit of news are to be believed, then it really seems like Universal is swinging for the fences when it comes to their new Monster Universe.  Hopefully the big name stars don’t outshine the actual stars of these films: the monsters.

Kevin Bacon Will Star in a New ‘Tremors’ TV Series
Written by Jason McDonald, November 24, 2015
The one thing “Tremors” fans have been waiting for is finally about to happen. Kevin Bacon is returning to once again do battle with graboids.  But, in an interesting twist, he won’t be doing it on the big screen. Way back in August we learned that Kevin Bacon was open to the idea of returning

‘Reichsfuhrer SS’ is Available Now on Blu-ray and DVD – New Official Clip Inside
Written by Chris Savage, November 24, 2015
Back in June of this year we ushered in the news that SGL Entertainment would be unleashing Reichsfuhrer SS onto Blu-ray and DVD this November 24th, and well, that day has arrived. So, hit up their official website to find out where you can pick up your copy, and in the meantime, head on down below for

‘The Lizzie Borden Chronicles’ Finds a Home on DVD
Written by Chris Savage, November 24, 2015
Sometimes you just can’t keep them down. Lizzie Borden is back, folks, and this time she is part of a 8-episode miniseries. I’m sure a few of you may have seen this one when it originally aired on the Lifetime network back in April 5th, but if not, well, get ready, as Lizzie Borden may

Michael Biehn Reveals that Newt Would Return in Blomkamp’s Alien Sequel
Written by Jason McDonald, November 24, 2015
For now it seems as if Neill Blomkamp’s “Alien” dream project is on indefinite hold until after Ridley Scott’s newly christened “Alien” film is out.  At this point it’s uncertain how long we’ll have to wait until we can see Blomkamp’s vision on the big screen, but in the meantime, some new details have emerged about

Angelina Jolie Might Play the Bride of Frankenstein
Written by Jason McDonald, November 24, 2015
This is a very extreme MIGHT as the news comes by way of a passing comment in a longer article.  Over on THR they have an article up about big studios doing “favors” for Hollywood stars.  Basically it means studios risking large sums of money to fund passion projects for big stars who might return

A Prequel to ‘Krampus’ Is Coming to Town in the form of a Graphic Novel
Written by Chris Savage, November 23, 2015
Are you guys stoked for Legendary Pictures’ Christmas horror flick Krampus? Of course you are! This sucker just screams all kinds of awesome, much due to the fact that Trick ‘r Treat director Michael Dougherty is behind this one. So, what would you say to a prequel before the movie comes out? Well, head on down below as

[Trailer] Wild Eye Releasing Unlocks the ‘House of Afflictions’
Written by Chris Savage, November 23, 2015
From Anthony M. Winson (The Witching Hour, Unholy) comes his supernatural horror flick House of Afflictions, and it appears as if Wild Eye Releasing will be unlocking the evil that resides inside, as they will be unleashing the flick in February 2016. Care to take a look? Head on down below for the official trailer, artwork

[Trailer] ‘Midnight Special’ Aims to Blend Spielberg with Carpenter in a New Sci-Fi Thriller
Written by Jason McDonald, November 22, 2015
Writer and director Jeff Nichols is building an impressive resume for himself with quality films like “Take Shelter” and “Mud” under his belt, so it’s easy to see why people are invoking such big names for his next film. “Midnight Special” reunites director Nichols with “Take Shelter” star Michael Shannon and pulls in notable names like