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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

[Video] Massive Blood Drive PSA for the 6th Annual Women in Horror Month
Written by Chris Savage, February 1, 2015
Here we go, it’s that time of year again where the women of the genre truly let their expressive freedom run wild and also help get you and I to give blood to those who truly need it. Now, February is Women in Horror Month, but we here celebrate their contribution to the horror genre

Honeyspider [Review]
Written by Chris Savage, January 31, 2015
A year or so ago I got word of a little indie flick entitled Honeyspider, (the title is influenced by The Smashing Pumpkins song of the same name) a film written by Kenny Capeton and directed by Josh Hasty, and basically, I’ve been waiting ever so patiently to finally check the film out, especially after

Alien Outpost Review
Written by Jason McDonald, January 31, 2015
Aliens and mockumentaries have generally been an interesting combination.  I’ve either found them to be absolutely terrifying, like “Incident in Lake County”, or entertaining set pieces like “District 9.”  The latest film to combine the two is “Alien Outpost.”  Does it successfully build a narrative based on “real life” events or does the facade fail

Nick Carter is Directing A Zombie Western
Written by Jason McDonald, January 31, 2015
I was going to write this article using only Backstreet Boys lyrics, but I realized that was a big commitment for such a tiny joke. So instead I’ll lead with the only Backstreet lyric I know: Backstreet’s back, alright! Nick Carter, known for his musical talents and hip shaking maneuvers, is tackling the world of

Scream Factory Summons The Babadook
Written by Chris Savage, January 30, 2015
Have you guys witnessed The Babadook yet? I’m pretty sure many of you have and if you loved it like many, I’m sure you’re anxious to get your hands on a copy to watch again and again. So, that brings us to this, Scream Factory and IFC Midnight have joined forces to unleash The Babadook

New Official ‘Ejecta’ Trailer Inside
Written by Chris Savage, January 30, 2015
With the date locked in this February 27, 2015, we have a brand new trailer for Ejecta to coincide with that release date, so make your way below and let us know if you’ll be checking this one out on VOD come February? Synopsis: The film tells the terrifying story of two men whose lives cross

New Official Poster and Super Bowl TV Spot for Terminator Genisys
Written by Chris Savage, January 29, 2015
I don’t care what anyone says, I’m freakin’ stoked for Terminator Genisys! I mean we don’t just get Arnie, we get old Arnie, young Arnie and a somewhere in-between Arnie it’s going to be a goddamn Arnie-fest! So, strap yourselves in as ahead of the Big Game this Sunday, we have scored an official TV

Scream Factory Unleashes Tobe Hooper’s Invaders from Mars onto Blu-ray
Written by Chris Savage, January 29, 2015
The wonderful folks over at Scream Factory are at it again, unearthing forgotten classics and given them a breath of fresh air in the form of High Definition, and today we can announce that they’re unleashing Tobe Hooper’s 1986 remake of Invaders from Mars onto Blu-ray this April 7, 2015. Synopsis: This space-age creature feature is crawling

The ‘Laundry Man’ Cleans Up the Blood with SGL Entertainment
Written by Chris Savage, January 29, 2015
Our good friends Jeffrey A. Swanson and Damien Dante of SGL Entertainment have just informed us that they have picked up Johan Vandewoestijne’s Laundry Man for worldwide distribution with the film set to hit the US and Canada on Blu-ray, DVD, Comcast Xfinity Cable TV and the Top VOD Sites like iTunes, Amazon Prime, Google Play, M-GO

Drafthouse Films to Unleash ‘Spring’ This March
Written by Chris Savage, January 28, 2015
During many festival runs we hear of several films, one of them being the highly talked about Spring from Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, and is one film that I must check out, speaking of which, Drafthouse Films have just announced that this one will hit this March 20th in limited theatres and VOD. Synopsis: Evan (Lou

‘Paranormal Activity’, ‘Friday the 13th’, and ‘Rings’ Change Release Dates
Written by Jason McDonald, January 28, 2015
Paramount is hopping on the release date merry-go-round once again.  Round and round we go, where we stop, nobody knows! If you were looking forward to seeing ghosts or Jason Voorhees in the near future, I’ve got some bad news.  If you wanted to see the latest “Ring” film, though, there might be good news

All-Female Ghostbuster Cast Revealed
Written by Jason McDonald, January 28, 2015
The day has finally come and we now know who will be starring in the upcoming Paul Feig directed “Ghostbusters” film.  Since the decision to give the new film female leads, fans have have been pretty divided on who should star in the upcoming movie.  Actually, that’s probably putting it too nicely.  Most fans just

First Official Teaser Trailer for Turbo Kid
Written by Chris Savage, January 27, 2015
Here we go! Turbo Kid is officially on as we have just scored the first official teaser trailer for the upcoming film which is currently at this years Sundance Film Festival as part of the Park City at Midnight section. If you’ve been following this one then you know what to expect, if not, head

After Dark Originals’ Housekeeping Hits DVD This March
Written by Chris Savage, January 27, 2015
An After Dark Original flick known as Housekeeping is making its way to DVD this March 31st via Lionsgate Home Entertainment and we have all the details you need including the box-art, check it all out below. From the Press Release: A seemingly simple housekeeping job turns out to be bloody difficult in this creepy

First Trailer for Dead Rising: Watchtower
Written by Jason McDonald, January 27, 2015
“Dead Rising: Watchtower”, the first movie based on the hit game series, will soon be hitting the Crackle streaming service and you can check out the first trailer for it down below. Here’s how Crackle described the upcoming film: “DEAD RISING: WATCHTOWER” takes place during a large-scale zombie outbreak. When a mandatory government vaccine fails

Green Inferno Could Be Released This Year
Written by Jason McDonald, January 27, 2015
Generally speaking, I don’t get to see too many movies way ahead of the general audience.  Sometimes I get to see them a week or two in advance, at most, but it’s never that far off.  For me, and those that saw it on the festival circuit, it’s been well over a year since I

Hannibal Season 3 Debuts First Teaser
Written by Jason McDonald, January 27, 2015
The hunt is on! After the blood soaked season two finale, Will Graham is on a global hunt for Hannibal.  But what will Graham do once he catches up to him? Will he kill him? Will he forgive Hannibal? All these questions, and not many more, are raised in the first teaser trailer for “Hannibal”

First Official Clip from Turbo Kid
Written by Chris Savage, January 25, 2015
We have been following François Simard, Anouk Whissell, and Yoann-Karl’s Turbo Kid ever since our beady little eyes witnessed T is for Turbo, which sadly never made it into The ABCs of Death. However, the short would not die in vain as it was soon picked up so it could be presented as a feature film

First Teaser Trailer for Eli Roth’s Knock Knock
Written by Chris Savage, January 24, 2015
Well, while we may not be getting Eli Roth’s Green Inferno anytime soon, which totally sucks! We have scored ourselves a brief little tease of his other upcoming film Knock Knock, which stars Keanu Reeves. So, make your way below and check it out and be sure to let us know if this is something

Resident Evil PS4 Review
Written by Jason McDonald, January 24, 2015
I just played a game that was originally released in 1996, remade in 2002, and remastered for 2015.  When revisiting the past we’re sometimes reminded that our nostalgia can blind us on things that weren’t particularly great to begin with.  Does “Resident Evil” still hold up after all these years or is the game finally starting