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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

[Trailer] Playtime’s Over – ‘Heidi’ Has Arrived!
Written by Chris Savage, September 30, 2014
Don’t you guys just hate dolls? I mean, they just sit there all innocently, but we know, we know their true agenda, they’re out for our freakin’ souls, like the demonic little creatures they are. Sadly, who is going to believe a doll is out to get you? Well, Daniel Ray is unleashing a found

Sleepy Hollow: Unreleased Episode News and Stills
Written by Stephanie Joyce, September 30, 2014
If you love haunted histories and witty dialogue, you may have found your Monday night show to round out your Fall season line-up. Already 2 episodes into Season 2, things in Sleepy Hollow are already heating up as main character Ichabod Crane has to leverage his relationships with the likes of George Washington and Benjamin

Witness An Exorcism in New Inner Demons Clip
Written by Chris Savage, September 30, 2014
We have been following Seth Grossman’s Inner Demons for quite some time now, and during that time we have unleashed a poster, a trailer and now we have for you a brand new clip which lays witness to an exorcism, check out the goods below. The film stars Leslie Coutterand, Ashley Sutton, and Susan Ateh. Synopsis:

6 Sinister Signs You’re Watching A Blumhouse Film
Written by Stephanie Joyce, September 30, 2014
The name carries with it some of the most anticipated horror movie titles of the season. Blumhouse, or rather Jason Blum and his team of renegade directors, seem to have the horror movie franchise down to a science. But what actually makes so many Blumhouse films so bloody good? Well, it might be attributed to

Tommy Wirkola Won’t Direct ‘Hansel and Gretel 2′
Written by Jason McDonald, September 30, 2014
In just a few weeks we’ll be seeing the US release of Tommy Wirkola’s “Dead Snow 2: Red vs Dead” when it hits theaters and various streaming services on October 10th.  After which, it was believed that Wirkola would be returning to work on another sequel “Hansel and Gretel 2″, however, that doesn’t appear to

Here are the Characters from the ‘Walking Dead’ Spin-Off Series
Written by Jason McDonald, September 30, 2014
Earlier this month we told you that AMC had officially ordered a pilot for a “Walking Dead” companion series that would feature a whole new cast of characters in a different part of the “Walking Dead” universe. And while information is pretty sparse about the setting and premise, we’re learning about some of the characters

‘Annabelle’ Unleashes a Trio of Clips
Written by Chris Savage, September 29, 2014
Well guys, are you stoked for Annabelle? No? How about a clip to entice you? Well, we’re gonna go two better as we have scored three new clips for you guys to check out below, and as always let us know if you’ll be checking this one out? Annabelle is directed by John R. Leonetti

Celebrate Ten Years of ‘Saw’ with This New Poster & Trailer
Written by Chris Savage, September 29, 2014
Okay. Seriously. Where the heck has the time gone? It only feels like yesterday when James Wan’s Saw first hit theatres, and now it’s suddenly ten years later!? Damn. But, to celebrate this momentous landmark, Saw is being re-released for one week beginning this October 31st, and thanks to Fandango we have scored a killer

Torture and Mayhem in Backtrack Trailer
Written by Stephanie Joyce, September 29, 2014
As the temperatures get cooler, the haunted stories are shared around the campfire and scary movies start to heat things up in a major way on the big screen. And the dark and scary story-lines are quite chilling as well. Enter Backtrack which highlights one camping trip gone horribly wrong. Ralph is a 26 year-old

First Trailer & Poster for Dark Was The Night
Written by Chris Savage, September 29, 2014
From Jack Heller comes his latest little flick Dark Was The Night, and I have to say I’m quite intrigued by this one even if the trailer is just a little tease. So, make your way below and check out the trailer as well as a poster courtesy of Bloody-Disgusting, which was designed by Brandon Schaefer. The

Knott’s Scary Farm 2014 Review
Written by Jason McDonald, September 28, 2014
It may be September, but the Halloween season is in full swing here in California.  Over the years the business of scaring people has boomed and many theme parks and attractions are looking to cash in on this by opening up their holiday haunts earlier and earlier.  Am I complaining? Hell no.  I just can’t

Top Ten Men of Hammer Films
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, September 28, 2014
As the long-awaited (or perhaps more aptly, the long-delayed) follow-up to my previous article on the Top Ten Women of Hammer Films, here are the top ten men of Hammer films. Because after all, we’re equal opportunity around here. Peter van Eyck Although Peter van Eyck co-starred in only one Hammer film, this one is a

Daniel Radcliffe’s Horns Movie Review (Fantastic Fest 2014)
Written by Flay Otters, September 28, 2014
There is a confounding challenge screenwriters face when it comes to capturing the magic of the written word in the pages of a novel and channel that into a script and onto the screen. It becomes all the more tough when a novel or writer is highly thought of – such is the case with

Godzilla Review
Written by Jason McDonald, September 28, 2014
The King of Monsters is back for another round in America.  We all remember the 1998 American attempt at adapting Godzilla to the big screen.  What a glorious wreck that was.  Personally, I didn’t truly hate it, but I could see why Godzilla fans the world over were super upset about it.  So does this

You Voted: 13 Greatest Zombie Movies Of All Time
Written by Herner Klenthur, September 28, 2014
We recently asked our community to vote on the best zombie movies of all time. Whenever we ask our readers what they think are the ‘best’ of anything its an interesting outcome since our readers are so diverse. Our audience breaks down 68% male, 32% female and the age range is about as diverse as

Legacy of Thorn [Review]
Written by Chris Savage, September 28, 2014
As you guys are well aware, we love the indie scene. It’s where ideas are free to flourish regardless of the size of the budget, all that matters is that they have a ton of passion and a camera, and the rest should simply fall into place. Case in point is MJ Dixon. An indie

6 Iconic Horror Characters with Almost No Screen Time
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, September 28, 2014
As a horror fan, you may sometimes feel like you’re spending more time with simpering victims instead of unflappable villains. And you’re probably right. Filmmakers like to deceive viewers with a litany of lead-up scares but no actual reveal. Other times, we hear swathes of back story about certain diabolical characters before they’re introduced, which

15 Best Supernatural Ghost Story Movies
Written by Cineniche, September 28, 2014
With everyone seeing Insidious Chapter 2 this weekend I thought we could count down 15 other ghost stories to keep up at night.  It is interesting that a lot of good ghost films feature boys who see dead people. #15: Two Thousand Maniacs (1964) The godfather of gore, Herschell Gordon Lewis takes us on an

7 Most Terrifying Horror Films Of All Time
Written by PoppaScotch, September 28, 2014
Us horror goons are a sick group of people.  We watch films that most of society disregards because they contain scenes of rampant sex and violence that we find entertaining.  Movies that leave the masses scared to death on Halloween are our Tuesday night time-wasters. We like to think we’ve seen it all when it

The Scarehouse Opens Its Doors This October
Written by Chris Savage, September 28, 2014
Dare you enter Gavin Michael Booth’s The Scarehouse?If so, you’ll be pleased to know that not only will you be able to witness the terror on VOD this October 21st, but the film is also receiving a limited theatrical release on October 5th. Synopsis: Two friends take revenge on their former sorority sisters. Rejected, Corey (Sarah Booth)