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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

Life “After Death” Comes Hither
Written by Stephanie Joyce, September 22, 2014
Currently in post-production from VMI Worldwide is After Death which stars a shadowy force that looks very much like the dark fog you’ve seen if you were ever a fan of the show Lost. Unfortunately, this title is slated to come out on October 1st in the UK only so far. But we’ll let you

Tusk Movie Review (2014 Fantastic Fest)
Written by Flay Otters, September 21, 2014
At its heart, Kevin Smith’s Tusk is a midnight movie. The strange mad-scientist angle, the screwy body horror, the slightly blue humor of its leads – this is all midnight movie territory. And while that is cool in a way, we’ve all seen enough of those to know that you either have to go full-out,

Check Out Your Victorian Gat in ‘The Order: 1886′
Written by Jason McDonald, September 21, 2014
I’m not a huge steampunk fan, but I do enjoy the makeshift weaponry that they create for the style.  I like the idea of Victorian-era mad scientists throwing together random components to create their interpretations of modern weaponry.  It’s the one thing that really has me excited about “The Order: 1886.” Developer Ready at Dawn

Max Borenstein Returns to Script Godzilla Sequel
Written by Jason McDonald, September 21, 2014
It’ll be a long time before we get a sequel to 2014’s “Godzilla.”  As you might remember we told you that the next film won’t hit theaters till 2018.  That’s four years away! The agony.  However, the long reprieve might be good news for writer Max Borenstein as he’ll now have plenty of time to

‘Fargo’ Series Writer Working on Universal Monster Film
Written by Jason McDonald, September 21, 2014
Just to make it clear, we’re talking about “Fargo” the television series on FX.  Not the film.  Still, that show is pretty great from what I hear, so having one of their writers work on a Universal monster film is good news regardless. Deadline has learned that Noah Hawley, one of the writers on “Fargo”,

Sony Buys Shark Script ‘In the Deep’
Written by Jason McDonald, September 21, 2014
Over the years sharks have been mostly regulated to the realm of B-movie cinema where they’ve been given two heads, the ability to swim in sand, and travel by tornado.  When was our last truly great cinematic shark experience? “Deep Blue Sea”?  Well it looks like a new entry may be on the horizon as

ABC’s of Death 2 Movie Review (Fantastic Fest 2014)
Written by Flay Otters, September 21, 2014
Much like with the V/H/S series, it would be a fool’s errand to try to compare (on the whole) the first ABC’s of Death film to the newest ideration. Primarily because you have a whole new batch of directors tackling the framework and the behind the scenes folks having had the experience of making the

Happy Birthday Stephen King: A History of Stephen King Film Adaptations
Written by PoppaScotch, September 21, 2014
It’s extremely hard to dispute the fact that Stephen King hasn’t had an effect on all things horror since his first novel Carrie was released back in 1974.  In the time since, Stephen King has became an international success and the recipient of much deserved critical acclaim.  His first novel Carrie was also his first

Trailer: Comic-Inspired “The Scribbler” Coming Soon
Written by Stephanie Joyce, September 21, 2014
Part of the many kick-butt movies coming out this month after all the talk and hype is The Scribbler. Inspired from the comic, this film follows a girl trying to get rid of her multiple-personalities. However, she’s conflicted as the last personality she is being “cured” from may actually be her own real one. This

Circus of the Dead (2014) Review
Written by Flay Otters, September 21, 2014
If you’re an average, normal thinking person, you feel deep down that there is something inherently creepy about clowns. Given the cinematic context clues from everyone from Pennywise in IT, Captain Spaulding in House of 1000 Corpses, Stitches, the ‘Killer Klowns’ (from outer space) and hell, even that midget clown in Xtro, there is more than enough to suggest the

When Animals Dream Movie Review (2014 Fantastic Fest)
Written by Flay Otters, September 21, 2014
What is immediately and undeniably striking about Danish director Jonas Alexander Arnby’s film, When Animals Dream is the textural quality that everything in draped in right from the start. It is a wispy, muted color palette that seems to ebb and flow in a way that is deliberate and lovely but not contrived. It is

It Follows Movie Review (Fantastic Fest 2014)
Written by Flay Otters, September 21, 2014
When it all comes down to it, creating new threats to terrorize the innocent in horror movies can often be a bit of a bear. There are always going to be new slasher or vampire or zombie or monster movies that make a lot of great choices and do innovative things with all or parts

Exclusive Interview With Director: Zombie Flick ‘Breakdown Lane’
Written by Stephanie Joyce, September 20, 2014
I had the fortunate opportunity to catch-up with Producer/Director Robert Conway (Exit to Hell) who is about to jump into doing some re-shoots as Director for his zombie flick Breakdown Lane, starring Whitney Moore. You may know Whitney already if you watched her in the cult horror film Birdemic and A Horrible Way To Die.

A Mutant Easter Bunny Wants Your Flesh in ‘Beaster Day’
Written by Chris Savage, September 20, 2014
Easter may not be in everyone’s sights just yet, but it doesn’t hurt to be prepared, especially when there is a freakin’ giant mutant Easter bunny on the loose! That’s right, this sucker is out for more than just your delicious chocolate eggs, this beast wants to much on your flesh, and thanks to our

Camille Keaton Returns for Direct Sequel to I Spit On Your Grave
Written by Chris Savage, September 20, 2014
Well, I can honestly say I did not see this one coming. So, as you guys have seen, we have had a remake of the original film I Spit On Your Grave, and even a couple of sequels to the remake, but today word comes that an official sequel to the original film is on

CUB (Fantastic Fest 2014) Movie Review
Written by Flay Otters, September 19, 2014
When dealing with children in peril in horror films, you come to expect a certain set of rules, a certain pathway from start to end that give us the hero, the villain, the comic foil, the human drama, the adult influence and the calming resolution. This is what we see time and time again and

Exclusive Dark Haul Poster
Written by Stephanie Joyce, September 19, 2014
Producer Andrew Gernhard was awesome enough to let us release the official international Dark Haul poster here first! Now, you may be wondering why the title says “Monster Truck.” Well, Andrew explains that this title is being adapted for domestic home video and international release, but you can still enjoy watching it when it comes

New Official Honeymoon Clip Inside
Written by Chris Savage, September 19, 2014
If there is one film I am stoked to see this year it is the indie flick Honeymoon. It just looks as if it is set to be a hidden gem, so, to give you guys a little taste, if you haven’t seen this one already, we have a brand new clip for you to check

May God Have Mercy on This Annabelle TV Spot
Written by Chris Savage, September 19, 2014
Annabelle is nearing ever closer with each passing day, and to ensure that you guys don’t forget about her, we have scored a brand new TV spot for you guys to check out below. Also, be sure to let us know if you will be checking this one out? Annabelle is directed by John R.

The Evil Within TGS Trailer Gets Messy
Written by Jason McDonald, September 19, 2014
We’re just a month away from the release of Bethesda’s “The Evil Within” and I’m still not sure what to think about it.  I enjoyed my time with the game during E3 and was left wanting to play more; however, many others have felt underwhelmed by what it has to offer.  Either way, I can’t