DreamWorks is Developing a Movie Based on the Cropsey Legend
Written by Jason McDonald, September 5, 2015
DreamWorks is working up some nightmares with a new film that’ll be based on the infamous New York legend Cropsey. Variety broke the news today that DreamWorks is acquiring a pitch from Richard Naing and Ian Goldberg for a horror comedy titled “Cropsey.”  Here’s how they described the film: “Cropsey” will center on a group of

Official Trailer for A Christmas Horror Story
Written by Chris Savage, September 4, 2015
One film that has been generating a ton of buzz is Steven Hoban, Grant Harvey, and Brett Sullivan’s anthology horror flick A Christmas Horror Story. And it’s easy to see why, if this official trailer is any indication to go by. So, head on down below for the official trailer and let us know if you’ll be

New Mortal Kombat X DLC Coming in 2016
Written by Jason McDonald, September 4, 2015
This is a pretty bare bones post, but you might as well hear about it so you can make a note in your calendar. Some time in early 2016 you can expect new kombatants to arrive in “Mortal Kombat X.” NetherRealm Studios revealed today that in the near future “MKX” will be getting four new

Universal Still Considering a Reboot of ‘Jaws’
Written by Jason McDonald, September 4, 2015
Much like the diabolical shark itself, the suggestions of a “Jaws” reboot always seem to be just hiding under the surface of speculation waters, just waiting to attack.  Once again the talk about a “Jaws” reboot has reared it’s ugly head and this time it could be tied up in a big deal between Universal

New Official Poster for the Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse
Written by Chris Savage, September 3, 2015
Last month we ushered in the official red band trailer for Christopher Landon’s Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse, which you can find below, and today we have for you the official poster which suggests you should always bring protection. Check it out below and let us know what you think? The film stars Tye Sheridan, Patrick Schwarzennegger, Halston

Official Teaser Trailer for the Lovecraft-Inspired The Dark Below
Written by Chris Savage, September 3, 2015
Before we get going I just need to point out that Stewart Sparke’s The Dark Below is a completely different beast to Douglas Schulze’s mesmerizing flick of the same name, as to not cause any confusing. So, with that out of the way, are you up for a little lovecraft-inspired horror with generous amounts of practical effects?

Official Trailer for the Giallo Horror Film Francesca
Written by Chris Savage, September 3, 2015
What year is it? The reason I’m asking is because Luciano and Nicolás Onetti’s latest flick Francesca feels as if I’ve gone back in time to the 1960s, these guys have the film absolutely nailed for that time period, it’s beautiful. You can check out the official trailer below which I think many of you will

Official Poster, Trailer & More for Nicolas Cage’s Pay the Ghost
Written by Chris Savage, September 2, 2015
We have just received words that Nicolas Cage’s latest flick Pay the Ghost, has been moved to September 25, 2015, and we have scored the official poster, trailer and a slew of stills. So, are you ready to Pay the Ghost? The film is directed by Uli Edel and also stars Sarah Wayne Callies, Veronica Ferres,

Full Details for Scream Factory’s Demon Knight & Bordello of Blood Blu-rays
Written by Chris Savage, September 2, 2015
Back in July of this year we gave you guys your first look at the artwork for Scream Factory’s upcoming Blu-ray releases of Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight and Bordello of Blood, and today we have all the details you need. Head on down below for the low-down. Special Features: TALES FROM THE CRYPT PRESENTS:

Dark (2015) [Review]
Written by Chris Savage, September 2, 2015
If you were one of the many people who helped fund Nick Basile’s feature-length debut Dark, like myself, you’ll be very pleased to know that this one was definitely worth the investment. Watching Dark, you’d have a hard time believing this was Basile’s first feature film, since this one is shot with such precision that many

Queen Crab Rises from the Deep This September
Written by Chris Savage, September 2, 2015
A couple of months back we announced that Wild Eye Releasing would be releasing Brett Piper’s Queen Crab onto DVD this September, but at that time we didn’t have an exact date. Today, that changes as we have just received word that Queen Crab will be rising from the deep onto DVD and VOD this September

Official Theatrical Trailer for Deathgasm Rocks Its Way Inside
Written by Chris Savage, September 2, 2015
It’s finally upon us. Jason Lei Howden’s Deathgasm, is hitting theatres this October 2nd via Dark Sky Films, and we have scored the official theatrical trailer to go alongside the upcoming release. The film took the festival world by storm, so I’m expecting something truly awesome. If you’ve had a chance to see this, let us

Jen & Sylvia Soska’s Hellevator Premieres This October
Written by Chris Savage, September 2, 2015
If you have been following Jen & Sylvia Soska’s latest twisted project, Hellevator, you’ll be very pleased to know that the game-show has an official air date, and we have all the information you need regarding the premiere this October 21st on GSN. From the Press Release: GSN, the leader in game shows and competitive

NBC Working on a TV Show Based on the Brides of Dracula
Written by Jason McDonald, September 2, 2015
Everything about this show sound very un-horrific, but I thought we’d mention it here in case there are any of you out there that love the Brides of Dracula and want to see them get more exposure. Deadline has revealed that NBC is working on a pilot for a new television series based on Dracula’s

Capcom Announces ‘Resident Evil Origins Collection’
Written by Jason McDonald, September 2, 2015
If, some reason, you haven’t already downloaded the remastered version of the “Resident Evil” remake Capcom released at the beginning of the year, then your patience may have paid off. Capcom has announced today that they will be releasing a collector’s pack known as the “Resident Evil Origins Collection” on January 19, 2016.  The “Origins

Wes Craven Almost Said ‘No’ to ‘Scream’
Written by Jason McDonald, September 1, 2015
For those of you well versed in movie trivia this might already be a well known fact to you, but in the wake of Craven’s passing it’s an interesting event to reflect on.  While Wes Craven has an impressive horror movie resume under his belt, there are two movies that probably most define his career

Wes Craven’s TV Projects Are Still Moving Forward
Written by Jason McDonald, September 1, 2015
Before Wes Craven’s sad passing, the man was still busy at work on future projects that were heading to television.  After his death, though, the status of those projects were up in the air.  However, it looks like Craven’s work will live on. Universal Cable Productions released a statement to Deadline regarding the future of

A Slew of Teasers Check-In for American Horror Story: Hotel
Written by Chris Savage, September 1, 2015
Still stoked for American Horror Story: Hotel? Well, head on down below as we have scored a bounty of brief teaser clips for American Horror Story: Hotel, for yo to cast your eyes upon. Let us know what you think and if you’ll be watching? American Horror Story: Hotel stars Lady Gaga, Emma Roberts, Matt Bomer, Finn Wittrock,

Watch the First Episode of The Witching Season Free Inside
Written by Chris Savage, September 1, 2015
We love horror shorts around these parts, but there is something we love just a little bit more and that’s horror anthologies. Thankfully, Michael Ballif (2 Hours) has combined the two for his anthology web-series, The Witching Season, and below we have for you the very first episode which was written and directed by Ballif himself, and

Under the Dome to End It’s Reign of Terror After Three Seasons
Written by Jason McDonald, August 31, 2015
It looks like the dome is finally coming down for good.  CBS has announced today that the third season of “Under the Dome” will indeed by the final season. “Under the Dome”, based on the Stephen King novel of the same name, started out with a great deal of promise.  The first season laid down