SGL Entertainment Teams with 88 Films to Unleash ‘Frankenstein: Day of the Beast’
Written by Chris Savage, June 25, 2016
Our good friends over at SGL Entertainment have scored a deal with 88 Films to unleash Ricardo Islas’ latest flick Frankenstein: Day of the Beast in the UK and Ireland, and we have all the details you need below. From the Press Release: SGL Entertainment is pleased to announce that they just have signed a huge

New Artwork for ‘The Mind’s Eye’
Written by Chris Savage, June 23, 2016
Joe Begos’ The Mind’s Eye looks fantastic, seriously awesome and something I can’t wait to witness. But how about you guys? Is this something that interests and intrigues you? If so, we have scored some brand new artwork courtesy of Fangoria for the upcoming VOD release for you to check out below, I think you’ll

Could Dwayne Johnson Star in Universal’s ‘Wolf Man’ Movie?
Written by Jason McDonald, June 23, 2016
Can you smell what the Rock is cooking? Well, the Wolf Man probably can because of his, presumably, heightened senses.  And now he’s getting an even stronger whiff as the action star might soon be getting close to the project. Over the last year or so Universal Pictures has been courting some rather high profile

First Plot Details and Casting Revealed for ‘Annabelle 2’
Written by Jason McDonald, June 23, 2016
Hot off the return of “The Conjuring” and the announcement of a new spin-off movie focusing on the nun from “The Conjuring 2”, comes word about the other “Conjuring” spin-off waiting in the wings: “Annabelle 2.” Earlier this year we learned that “Annabelle 2” would be hitting theaters next year and now we’re getting our

‘The Keep’ Documentary Has Been Pushed Back to 2017
Written by Chris Savage, June 22, 2016
Stewart Buck’s upcoming documentary A World War II Fairytale: The Making of Michael Mann’s The Keep was something I was truly looking forward to this year, sadly though it appears that the documentary has been pushed back to a 2017 release with licensing being a key player in this decision. It’s a bummer, especially for any of

First Official Trailer for ‘The Girl With All The Gifts’
Written by Chris Savage, June 22, 2016
Well, just when you think the zombie genre is becoming over-saturated, along comes Colm McCarthy’s The Girl With All The Gifts, to remind us that the sub-genre still has some life in it yet. The film is based upon M.R. Carey‘s novel of the same name, so if you’ve read it let us know what you think.

A Deadly Disease Goes ‘Viral’ Onto DVD This August
Written by Chris Savage, June 22, 2016
We have just received word that Anchor Bay Entertainment are unleashing even more horror onto home video, this time in comes in the form of Henry Joost (Nerve, Paranormal Activity 3 & 4) and Ariel Schulman’s (Nerve, Paranormal Activity 3 & 4) Viral, and we have details pertaining to the release below. From the Press Release:

Full Details for ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 6 Home Video Release
Written by Chris Savage, June 22, 2016
It was announced earlier in the year that the sixth season of AMC’s The Walking Dead will be receiving the home video treatment in the near future, but details were a little slim at the time. Today that changes as we have scored the full details for the upcoming release and they include an extended

Jim Carrey and Eli Roth Join Forces for ‘Aleister Arcane’
Written by Jason McDonald, June 22, 2016
Well this news is full of surprises.  The first of which is that an “Aleister Arcane” project is kicking around. I haven’t heard about that film since… forever.  But the even bigger surprise is who will be involved. Variety is reporting that Jim Carrey will star in and executive produce an adaptation of the Steven

[REVIEW] ‘Terrordactyl’ Creature Feature Fun Takes Flight
Written by Jason McDonald, June 22, 2016
I don’t know what it is about the summer season, but when the world erupts into flames like the intro of “Terminator 2” and I’m forced to wear tank tops and flip flops, I’m suddenly in the mood for creature feature fun.  And arriving just in time for fit that need is ‘Terrordactyl’, a tale of

‘Stake Land’ Sequel ‘The Stakelander’ Has Completed Filming!
Written by Chris Savage, June 21, 2016
Wait. What!? When they hell did a sequel to Stake Land get announced? We’ve been waiting ever patiently for this announcement and now it has here, but better yet, the film has completed production from a script penned by Nick Damici, and we have some early details for you guys to take a bite out of

Val Lewton’s ‘Cat People’ Receives the Criterion Treatment
Written by Chris Savage, June 21, 2016
And just like that, The Criterion Collection has hit it out of the park once again with their announcement that they will be unleashing Val Lewton’s 1942 flick Cat People onto Blu-ray and DVD this September 20, 2016. Head on down below for all the details and artwork. As per their official website; The first of

Tombstone Entertainment Unleashes ‘Blackburn’ Onto DVD This August
Written by Chris Savage, June 21, 2016
Damn, I totally forgot about Blackburn. I remember a year or so ago I was so stoked for this and then any news for the film pretty much fizzled away. Thankfully though, the film hasn’t disappeared completely as we have received word that Tombstone Entertainment will be unleashing the long-awaited flick onto DVD this August 2nd. From

Exclusive: Marc Fehse Hitches a Ride on a Megalodon and Talks ‘Sky Sharks’
Written by Chris Savage, June 20, 2016
Marc Fehse’s Sky Sharks sounds as if it’s everything I ever wanted in a film, and more! It sounds and looks absolutely insane, but at the same time I’m completely fascinated by the prospect of such a film. So, you guys have had a few teases, cast announcements and even an official trailer, so we

Full Details for Debbie Rochon’s ‘Model Hunger’ DVD Release
Written by Chris Savage, June 20, 2016
Horror icon Debbie Rochon (Return to Nuke ‘Em High, Phobia, The Theater Bizarre) has made her directorial debut with Model Hunger, and the fine folks over at Wild Eye Releasing are set to unleash that sucker onto DVD and Digital HD this July 12th, and we have all the details you need. From the Press Release:

‘Witch Hunt’ [Horror Short Review]
Written by Chris Savage, June 20, 2016
Independent films are where it’s at. They’re pretty much free to put their vision onto the screen anyway they see fit, of course budget pending, and as a result, we the viewer are greeted to an experience you’re not going to see via a major studio, and Richard Chandler (Gilgamesh) is quickly rising among the ranks

Actor Anton Yelchin Has Died at the Age of 27
Written by Jason McDonald, June 19, 2016
Horrible news today.  Actor Anton Yelchin, who recently starred in the indie-hit “Green Room”, has died today at the age of 27. TMZ and many other news sites are reporting that Anton died in a freak accident late last night.  Apparently Mr. Yelchin was supposed to meet some friends for a rehearsal, but when he

Official Gore-Filled Trailer for the ‘Blood Feast’ Remake
Written by Chris Savage, June 19, 2016
The Blood Feast remake from director Marcel Walz is one film we have been keeping our eyes upon very closely. I know, it’s a remake, but sometimes they work and more often than not they don’t. Thankfully it appears as if Marcel’s remake is hitting the mark with all bloody cylinders firing at once, this

First Teaser Trailer for ‘2Lava2Lantula’
Written by Chris Savage, June 19, 2016
As promised, a sequel to Lavalantula is on the way, in fact, the film is set for a release this August 6, 2016 and it’s titled 2Lava2Lantula, and judging by the official teaser trailer (see below) it’s just as ridiculous as the title suggests. But damn, it looks like a ton of fun. Anyway, make

[Trailer] An ‘Intruder’ Invades IFC Midnight
Written by Chris Savage, June 17, 2016
From Travis Zariwny (Cabin Fever (2016) comes his latest flick Intruder, which is set for a release on VOD and in limited theatres this June 24, 2016 via the folks over at IFC Midnight. And with the film nearing its release date, we have scored the official trailer and poster for you guys to check out