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

Phobia [Review]
Written by Chris Savage, October 20, 2014
A few months back we stumbled upon the highly intriguing artwork for Rory Abel’s latest feature Phobia, artwork which quickly grabbed my attention. Sadly though, the movie itself doesn’t deal with spiders, well, that’s a lie, there is one scene which is pretty out there, I won’t spoil it, but instead it deals with the

Iconic Horror Villains Collide with The Scooby-Doo Gang
Written by Chris Savage, October 20, 2014
I’m pretty sure many of you have seen Travis Falligant’s Scooby-Doo artwork somewhere across the Internet these past few months as his latest incarnation is pitting iconic horror villains against The Scooby-Doo Gang, and it is just simply awesome. Many of his pieces feature Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, and Michael Myers to name but a few

More Ouija Mayhem In “The Ouija Resurrection”
Written by Stephanie Joyce, October 20, 2014
While tampering with and facing the consequences around messing with a Ouija board seems to be one of the more popular story-lines this year, looks like we got one more title that claims to be based on true events. And just in case you didn’t know, this is the second installment or sequel to The

‘Flesh Computer’ Short Film Review
Written by Jason McDonald, October 19, 2014
When a film is described as being “Cronenberg-esque”, you know you’re in for some pretty messed up stuff.  Or, at least, you hope you are.  “Flesh Computer” is a short film which sets out to blend heavy philosophical concepts with icky practical effects. It’s a pairing of ideas that seems perfect for the Cronenberg comparison,

Forgotten Horror Gem: The Monster Club
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, October 19, 2014
As a continuation of my Forgotten Horror Gem series, today we return to 1981 when horror remained in its heyday and old-school actors still made regular appearances in seemingly random films. A favorite of late-night horror hosts, The Monster Club used to appear on the Saturday afternoon horror double features back when mainstream television stations catered to genre

31 Days of Halloween Horror Movies 2014: Week Two Recap
Written by Goon, October 19, 2014
I’m back again with another recap of my horror viewing escapades during my 31 Days of Halloween marathon. Last week had a pretty good line up of movies that I hadn’t seen that were also relatively recent. You can check out last weeks recap right here. I always preface by saying this is by no

Three New Clips & Poster for [REC] 4: Apocalypse
Written by Chris Savage, October 18, 2014
While we are still awaiting news on a domestic release, our Spanish friends will soon be able to witness the horrors of the latest [REC] installment, which I’m fairly stoked for, and today we have scored a trio of new Spanish clips from the upcoming film as well as a new poster. Synopsis: Angela Vidal

[New Poster & Trailer] Day Of The Mummy With Danny Glover
Written by Stephanie Joyce, October 17, 2014
After checking this one out, I have to say it looks totally cool and very reminiscent of The Mummy franchise that debuted 15 years ago. Where this one differs is that the whole movie is shown in first-person POV, like Doom or the campy horror flick House of the Dead. If you were a fan

Two New Clips from The Babadook
Written by Chris Savage, October 17, 2014
I don’t know where you guys stand with Jennifer Kent’s The Babadook, but I’m so stoked for this one. I’m not sure what it is but it just seems different than the slew of other supernatural flicks that just so happen to be popping up all over the place as of late. So, if you’re

George Romero’s Son Wants to Make ‘Night of the Living Dead: Origins’
Written by Jason McDonald, October 17, 2014
Life has an interesting way of bringing things back to the beginning.  For example, forty six years ago a man named George Romero popularized the idea of the modern zombie and now his son wants to look back on that film and reveal the untold origin story of “Night of the Living Dead.” For those of

Official Trailer for Hangar 10
Written by Chris Savage, October 17, 2014
From Daniel Simpson comes his latest flick Hangar 10, and these past few weeks we have ushered in a photo and a poster but today thanks to Bloody-Disgusting, we have finally scored the first official trailer for you guys to check out below. Let us know if you’ll be checking this one out? Synopsis: 33

Two New ‘Ouija’ Clips Inside
Written by Chris Savage, October 16, 2014
Are you guys still stoked for Universal Pictures’ Ouija? I’m still not sure what to think, as we seem to be inundated with supernatural flicks as of late and they all seem to be the same sort of tone, but who knows, eh? If you’re excited for this one, we have scored two new clips

Tremors 5 Is Official – First Photo & Details Inside
Written by Chris Savage, October 16, 2014
A few months ago we heard some rumors that a fifth entry into the Tremors franchise was gearing up to move forward, but since then all was quiet. Well, all that changes today as we have learned that the fifth film in the franchise begin filming in South Africa on September 22nd, and we have

[Short Film] Watch an Evil Resurrection in ‘Testement’
Written by Chris Savage, October 15, 2014
From Raynor Shima and the team over at LuchaGore Productions have just hit us up to to showcase a little short film they created for the Phrike FilmFest 72 Hour Film Competition in Vancouver, which is entitled Testement. If you’re into sexy women, sacrificial rituals and bringing dead folks back from the dead, then this sucker

New Teaser Poster for Jurassic World
Written by Chris Savage, October 15, 2014
Making its way to theatres this June 12, 2015 is Colin Trevorrow’s highly anticipated flick Jurassic World, and today we have scored the official teaser poster for you guys to check out below. The film stars Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas-Howard, Jake Johnson, Omar Sy, Ty Simpkins, and BD Wong. Let us know if you’re looking

Dead Snow 2 Hits Blu-ray & DVD This December
Written by Chris Savage, October 15, 2014
With Halloween just around the corner, I’m sure many of you are looking further ahead to Christmas and planning what to get. But perhaps you’re a little stuck on what to get? Well, we may have your back as Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead hits Blu-ray and DVD this December 9th, just in time

Sanatorium Hits DVD This December
Written by Chris Savage, October 14, 2014
From the folks over at After Dark Films comes another entry in their After Dark Original’s range, Sanatorium. Saldy there hasn’t been much publicity on this sucker, but today we can reveal that Brant Sersen’s Sanatorium will hit DVD, Digital HD, and On Demand this December 23rd via Lionsgate Home Entertainment. Synopsis: On New Year’s Eve in

New Red Band Trailer for The Taking of Deborah Logan
Written by Chris Savage, October 14, 2014
We haven’t been following Adam Robitel’s The Taking of Deborah Logan that much around these parts, but perhaps this new red band trailer may sway a few of you into checking this one out. It is found-footage and I know many of you guys stay clear from that but perhaps this one has something new? From

Ice Cream Man 2: Sundae Bloody Sundae Unleashes Another Scoop of Terror
Written by Chris Savage, October 14, 2014
Many, many years ago while browsing my local video store, you know, back when VHS was king. I stumbled a little box perched on the bottom shelf with an intriguing cover, one which depicted Clint Howard clutching a bloody ice cream cone. From that moment one I had to rent that sucker, and wow, it’s b-movie

Only Government-Confirmed Possesion Chronicled In “The Atticus Institute”
Written by Stephanie Joyce, October 14, 2014
The Atticus Institute movie has been reported to be in post for almost a year now. So what’s up with the release and where the heck can we find a trailer!?! Well, call me superstitious, but perhaps things are being delayed as this story is related to real events based around one mysterious woman. She