Official Trailer & More for ‘Monday at 11:01 A.M.’
Written by Chris Savage, December 1, 2015
Well, we’ve seen some strange and definitely peculiar titles around these parts, but I can’t recall one as odd as Harvey Lowry’s Monday at 11:01 A.M., if anything it definitely has me intrigued, but it also makes me think, “do I have an appointment on Monday?” If I do, I’ll make sure it’s for 11:01 A.M., but

New Official Trailer, Poster & Stills for Rob Kazinsky’s ‘Siren’
Written by Chris Savage, December 1, 2015
For those of you who were looking forward to Jesse Peyronel’s Siren earlier this year, which stars Rob Kazinsky (“True Blood” “Second Chance”), will be pleased to know that the film will still be released this year, just a little bit later. Siren is scheduled for a release this December 11th via Osiris Entertainment, and as such

The National Board of Review Names ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ as the Best Movie of the Year
Written by Jason McDonald, December 1, 2015
Award season is quickly drawing near and we still have a few movies left in 2015, but the National Board of Review is ready to declare a winner. It’s honestly kind of a surprise. The National Board of Review named “Mad Max: Fury Road” as the Best Movie of 2015.  Meanwhile films like “The Martian” and

‘Paranormal Activity: Ghost Dimension’ and ‘Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse’ are Coming to VOD this December
Written by Jason McDonald, December 1, 2015
If you were one of the many that didn’t see “Paranormal Activity: Ghost Dimension” or “Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse” due to lack of availability and/or interest, then there might be some good news for you.  Paramount is release both films onto VOD services this month. “Ghost Dimension” and “Scouts Guide” were both part

[Trailer] Denmark ‘Encounters’ Their First Found Footage Horror Film
Written by Chris Savage, December 1, 2015
We have a very intriguing found footage flick for you, and yes, I know it might be hard to believe as the whole sub-genre has become entirely saturated, but what makes this one intriguing is that it doesn’t give away exactly what it is. Is it supernatural? Is it extraterrestrial? Or is it something entirely

[Trailer] ‘Tsunambee’ Brings the End of the World
Written by Chris Savage, December 1, 2015
Well, it was nice knowing you guys but it appears as if the end of days are upon us. That is unless you can find a couple of hundred cans of bug spray to wipe out the incoming swarm of freakin’ death with wings! Yep, brace yourself, it’s a Tsunambee, and we have your first look

Patton Oswalt Rounds Out the Cast for the New ‘Mystery Science Theater 3000′ Series
Written by Jason McDonald, December 1, 2015
It was just twenty days ago we learned that Joel Hodgson was reviving the “Mystery Science Theater 3000″ brand with an all new cast and crew through Kickstarter.  In that time their Kickstarter campaign managed to not only meet their goal, but to raise over $3.3 million which means we’re getting a grand total of six

Sean S. Cunningham Offers an Update on ‘Friday the 13th’
Written by Jason McDonald, November 30, 2015
We’re just one month away from the end of year and that means we’ve gone six years without a new “Friday the 13th.”  And, according to the latest update, 2016 will be Jason Voorhees free as well.  It seems so strange that a huge studio like Paramount would have trouble putting together a new “Friday

Fred Dekker Has Completed Work on the ‘Predator 4′ Script
Written by Jason McDonald, November 30, 2015
We haven’t heard much about the new “Predator” film since it was initially revealed way back in the summer of 2014.  At the time it was revealed that director Shane Black (“Iron Man 3″) was re-teaming with his “Monster Squad” co-writer Fred Dekker to put together a new “Predator” film. Well Dekker has revealed on

In Case You Missed it Here’s the After Credits Scene From Tonight’s ‘Walking Dead’
Written by Jason McDonald, November 30, 2015
If you haven’t seen the mid-season finale of “The Walking Dead” then you should probably avoid this post all together.  This post is for those of you that watched tonight’s episode and turned it off during the credits.  If you did that then you missed out on a special post credit scene. For those in

[Review] Eli Roth’s ‘South of Hell’ is Bland TV
Written by Jason McDonald, November 30, 2015
This past Friday WeTV jumped into the horror pool with their new show “South of Hell.”  In an interesting move the network ran a marathon of the entire season on Friday. So if you were interested in binge watching the whole thing, you could.  Whether or not that’d be a good idea, though, is a

Horror Vixen Pandie Suicide Releases Her Debut Novel ‘Seraphim Song’
Written by Chris Savage, November 29, 2015
Pandie Suicide (Pandie James) has certainly made a name for herself, she’s pretty much done it all, from modelling to acting to writing and even music journalism, Pandie is the real deal. One of her projects that has got the horror world talking is her horror short Massacre, a film that she wrote and also

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