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

LeglessCorpse Films Injects Fear into Deimosimine
Written by Chris Savage, May 26, 2015
We have just received word that LeglessCorpse Films have teamed up with Chad Armstrong to create an old-school practical effect film in the form of Deimosimine, and you guys can score yourselves a copy for just $2! Yep. $2 gets you a digital rental of the film if you help them out over at indiegogo. Pretty sweet if you ask me.

Max Greenfield Joins American Horror Story: Hotel
Written by Jason McDonald, May 25, 2015
Ryan Murphy is still assembling his cast of characters for the latest season of “American Horror Story” and his newest addition brings a guy known for his comedy into a dire situation. Murphy announced on his Twitter account that actor Max Greenfield (“New Girl”) would be a resident of “American Horror Story: Hotel.”  However, his Tweet

Official NSFW Trailer for Bunny the Killer Thing
Written by Chris Savage, May 25, 2015
Seriously, guys. Brace yourselves for what you’re about to see, if you’re offended by nudity, killer genitals and copious amounts of gore, you may want to skip this one. You have been warned. If not, let me introduce you to Joonas Makkonen’s Finnish horror flick Bunny the Killer Thing, and we have scored the official NSFW trailer for you guys

Director Cary Fukunaga Leaves ‘It’ Remake
Written by Jason McDonald, May 25, 2015
While the rest of us might have been relaxing and enjoying the Memorial Day weekend, it looks like two parties at New Line were locked in some sort of heated debate over the upcoming “It” remake. According to the Wrap director Cary Fukunaga, who was slated to direct “It”, reached an impasse with New Line

Mario Meets Mad Max in Mario Kart Fury Road
Written by Jason McDonald, May 25, 2015
Have you seen “Mad Max: Fury Road” yet? Cause it’s pretty awesome, you should probably check it out.  If I had seen it the week it came out, I probably would’ve written a review for it with a final score of 5/5. Alright, now that I have that out of my system, let me tell

Help Slay Belles Save Christmas from Krampus!
Written by Chris Savage, May 23, 2015
That pesky beast, Krampus, is up to his old tricks again. Just when you thought it was safe, in comes the devil of Christmas to put a downer on your festivities, but all is not lost. SpookyDan Walker looks set to save Christmas with his latest film Slay Belles, but he needs your help in doing

Michael Rooker Joins James Gunn’s “Belko Experiment”
Written by Jason McDonald, May 23, 2015
James Gunn, the man behind “Slither” and “Guardians of the Galaxy”, is teaming up with “Wolf Creek” director Greg McLean for a new horror thriller titled “The Belko Experiment.”  The film is gearing up for production and a bevy of cast members have already been announced. “The Belko Experiment” is about an American company located

World War Z 2 Gets a Release Date
Written by Jason McDonald, May 23, 2015
I hope that when they release Brad Pitt’s “World War Z 2″ they don’t call it that.  The Z and 2 being close like that is really messing with my eyes. I think the best comment regarding the title that I saw today was someone saying that when they get to the third one they

Poltergeist Review
Written by Jason McDonald, May 22, 2015
When putting together a remake of a classic film there are two dangerous pitfalls that a director might succumb too. The first is that they make a carbon copy of the original film that leaves you wondering why they even bothered to remake the film.  The second danger is that they make a film so

Horsehead Finds a Home in Artsploitation Films
Written by Chris Savage, May 22, 2015
Earlier this year there was a film titled which instantly caught my attention and that was Romain Basset’s Horsehead (Fievre). Since that time I’ve been keeping a close eye on it and today we are very pleased to announce that Artsploitation Films will be unleashing the film onto Blu-ray & DVD this June 23rd. Synopsis: Haunting

Full Length Trailer for Eli Roth’s ‘Knock Knock’ Shows it All
Written by Jason McDonald, May 22, 2015
The new trailer for the Eli Roth directed and written thriller “Knock Knock” looks like “Funny Games” meets “Wild Things.”  With the added bonus of Keanu Reeves being Keanu Reeves.  Just check out his first line in the trailer below “Chocolate with.. SPRINKLES.” “Knock Knock” places Keanu Reeves in the role of a family man

[Trailer] First Look at SGL Entertainment’s Subject 0: Shattered Memories
Written by Chris Savage, May 22, 2015
We have just received word that Tiziano Cella’s latest flick, Subject 0: Shattered Memories, has just been picked up by SGL Entertainment for worldwide distribution, with the film first hitting the States and Canada on DVD, Blu-ray and various VOD platforms this 2016. But until that time arrives, we have not only scored a trailer for

The Zombie Virus Goes Viral in ‘Virus of the Dead’
Written by Chris Savage, May 22, 2015
You guys love zombies, right? How about anthologies? Well, how about we put the two together, would you guys be down for that? If so we have your back as a new zombie-themed anthology flick is rising from the grave and we have some early details for the film which is entitled Virus of the

George Romero’s ‘Empire of the Dead’ Coming to TV
Written by Jason McDonald, May 21, 2015
George Romero has a bevy of zombie films and properties to his name, but its his latest project that’s getting the TV treatment. According to Variety George Romero’s new comic book series “Empire of the Dead” is being adapted into a TV series.  In the comic a zombie outbreak in Manhattan causes the entire island

School Gets a Little Scarier in Full Length ‘Gallows’ Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, May 21, 2015
We got our first taste of “The Gallows” earlier this year when Jason Blum debuted the first bit of footage at Wondercon.  Since then we haven’t heard too much about the project, but you can expect that to change starting now as the film gears up for its July 10th premiere. Twenty years after an

First Full Trailer for ‘Cooties’
Written by Jason McDonald, May 21, 2015
The idea of zombie children seems like the kind of premise that would’ve been done ages ago, but somehow we haven’t really seen a full fledged movie about the subject.  Well now we’re about to get one and it looks like it could be pretty damn funny. “Cooties” stars Elijah Wood, Rainn Wilson, Alison Pill,

Full Details & Artwork for Scream Factory’s I, Madman Blu-ray Release
Written by Chris Savage, May 21, 2015
I hope you guys have some space left in your DVD/Blu-ray cabinet as the folks over at Scream Factory are set to unleash Tibor Takacs’ slasher flick I, Madman onto Blu-ray for the very first time this July 21, 2015, and we have all the details and artwork for you to check out below. From the

First Trailer for Deep Sea Psychological Thriller Game ‘Iron Fish’
Written by Jason McDonald, May 21, 2015
Game designer Dean Edwards and BeefJack Games have teamed up to create an intriguing new psychological thriller set in the deep sea.  The game is called “Iron Fish” and it places you in the role of a deep sea diver exploring a mysterious mayday call.  Here’s how BeefJack describes the game on their site: Play

Mimi Rogers Joins ‘Ash vs Evil Dead’
Written by Jason McDonald, May 21, 2015
The list of familiar names jumping into the TV adaptation of the “Evil Dead” series continues to grow as a new actress has joined Ash Williams and his cast of cohorts. THR has learned that Mimi Rogers will star along side Bruce Campbell in the upcoming Starz series “Ash vs Evil Dead.”  Mimi will be

Hannibal Enjoys Life in Paris in new ‘Hannibal’ Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, May 21, 2015
Paris, the city of love! And the secret hideout for super intelligent cannibals.  I bet they leave that part out of the brochures. Season 3 of “Hannibal” will be premiering in two weeks on June 4th and, as such, NBC has begun the promotional machine by cranking out short little teaser trailers.  The latest one