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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

New Official Artwork for Reichsfuhrer SS
Written by Chris Savage, March 26, 2015
Way back in January we gave you guys the first news in regards to Reichsfuhrer SS, which is directed by David B. Stewart III. At that time it was announced that the folks over at SGL Entertainment will be handling the distribution of the film and with that we can unveil the new official artwork which was

First Motion Poster for Terminator: Genisys
Written by Chris Savage, March 26, 2015
There has been quite a bit of hate put on Terminator: Genisys from a few people, but I for one am still absolutely stoked to check this one out. While it may be nowhere near as good as the first two films, it still has me super intrigued. So today we have scored the first motion

Girl House: A Pleasant Return of 80’s Smut
Written by Shaun Huhn (CineNiche), March 26, 2015
    “I’ve met a lot of men who were motivated to commit violence. Every one of them was deeply involved in pornography… Porn can reach in and snatch a kid out of any house today. It snatched me out of mine.” Ted Bundy This quote from Bundy opens director Trevor Matthews feature debut Girl

Can the Leprechaun Series Be Saved?
Written by Jason McDonald, March 25, 2015
As we put Saint Patrick’s Day behind us I can’t help but to think about the tiny tyrant that has become a staple of the Spring holiday.  The Leprechaun once stood proud and tall, despite delivering some of the schlockiest genre features out there.  Now he’s fallen on hard times with a recent reboot that

‘Hannibal’ Writer to Work on ‘Friday the 13th’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 25, 2015
The newest film in the storied “Friday the 13th” franchise is set to premiere in just over a year and it looks like the studio is still trying to cobble together a script. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Paramount has secured “Hannibal” writer Nick Antosca to write the script for the upcoming sequel.  Antosca’s

‘It Follows’ to Get Wide Release This Friday
Written by Jason McDonald, March 25, 2015
If you were looking forward to seeing “It Follows” on VOD this week, i’ve got some bad news… and some good news.  “It Follows” was given a limited release on March 13th with a plan to give it a VOD release this week.  However, the film did so well during it’s limited run that Dimension

First Trailer for Arnold Schwarzenegger Zombie Flick ‘Maggie’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 25, 2015
Though the zombie genre might be burning itself out the idea of Arnold Schwarzenegger starring in one is still enough to get me excited about a new zombie film.  “Maggie” has been in the pipeline for a little while now and, aside from a few stills, we haven’t seen too much about Schwarzenegger’s project. However, now

New Photo from the Martyrs Remake
Written by Chris Savage, March 25, 2015
Earlier this month we finally gave you your first look at the Martyrs remake via a photo from the film which has already completed filming. Today, thanks to Dread Central, we have scored yet another photo and lets just say that things are definitely heating up. Check it out below. The remake is directed by

Backcountry Review
Written by Jason McDonald, March 24, 2015
If there’s one thing to take away from “Backcountry” it’s that nature sucks and we should all just stay inside our nice comfy homes and never venture out to anything that even remotely resembles a park.  The woods have always generally been regarded as a scary place to be, does “Backcountry” give new reasons to

Natasha Lyonne Joins Indie Horror Flick ‘Antibirth’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 24, 2015
If you’ve been watching the Netflix original series “Orange is the New Black” than Natasha Lyonne should be a familiar name as she plays the slightly off kilter character Nicky Nichols.  Now Natasha is hanging up her prison duds and venturing to a new nightmarish world. Natasha is set to star in “Antibirth”, an indie

Vivica A. Fox Joins ‘Independence Day 2′
Written by Jason McDonald, March 24, 2015
If you can’t get Will Smith, you get the next best thing: his stripper wife from the first movie. Roland Emmerich has revealed via his Twitter feed that Vivica A. Fox will be reprising her role of Jasmine Dubrow, the wife of Will Smith’s character in the first film.  With the plot of the new

‘The X-Files’ is Returning to Television With a Six Episode Series
Written by Jason McDonald, March 24, 2015
The truth is still out there and the only people we can count on to give it to us have been MIA for the last seven years.  But thanks to renewed studio interest and the undying support of fans, Mulder and Scully are back in action again. “The X-Files” is returning to television with a

First Teaser Trailer & Poster for Helen Keller vs Nightwolves
Written by Chris Savage, March 24, 2015
Did you guys say you have seen it all? I’m not so sure about that. Let me introduce you to Ross Patterson’s (FDR: American Badass) Helen Keller vs Nightwolves. Yep, Helen Keller might be blind and deaf but that ain’t gonna stop her taking on the Nightwolves which terrorized her town, and with a couple of knives

Anchor Bay Acquires I Spit on Your Grave: Vengeance Is Mine
Written by Chris Savage, March 24, 2015
Many years back we had ourselves a remake of I Spit on Your Grave, and I for one really enjoyed it and proves that not all remakes suck. But did you ever think that such a film would garner a sequel, yet multiple one in fact? Well, it has happened and we kind of have

Short Film ‘Realm’ Is Getting the Big Screen Treatment
Written by Jason McDonald, March 24, 2015
There have been many different takes on the world of exorcisms, but none of them have had the foresight to feature ninja nuns. Deadline has learned that short film “Realm” is getting a big screen adaptation thanks to a recent acquisition by Relativity.  The project is based on a spec script written by Rebecca Sonnenshine which

Jack Huston is Officially Set to Play the Crow
Written by Jason McDonald, March 23, 2015
The road to the “Crow” remake has been filled with it’s share of ups and downs, but it looks like the production may have found it’s footing again as a new name has been attached to the titular role. According to Deadline, Jack Huston is officially set to play the role of the Crow in

Neill Blomkamp and Simon Kinberg to Produce ‘The Leviathan’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 23, 2015
If you haven’t seen the proof-of-concept video for “Leviathan”, you should journey down to the bottom of this page and check it out.  For one, it’s pretty damn cool and, for two, it’s the whole point of this article. Deadline is reporting that Neill Blomkamp (“Chappie”) and Simon Kinberg (“X-Men: Days of Future Past”) are

Glenn Close Joins UK Zombie Thriller ‘She Who Brings Gifts’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 23, 2015
Could this be the most sophisticated and classy zombie production yet? According to Deadline actress Glenn Close has signed on to star in the UK zombie thriller “She Who Brings Gifts.” The film is based on the novel “The Girl with All the Gifts” by writer M.R. Carey who also penned the script for the

[Video] Oddball Trailer for Portuguese Gremlins
Written by Jason McDonald, March 23, 2015
If you’re a fan of “Community”, then you already know where this post is heading.  If not, then you should know that the aforementioned trailer for Portuguese “Gremlins” is not a real thing, but it’s still glorious. Featured in the second episode of the sixth season of “Community”, Portuguese “Gremlins” is a parody trailer for

Rings Is Actually a Sequel to The Ring
Written by Chris Savage, March 23, 2015
Well, guys. It appears as if our friends over at Bloody-Disgusting may have got it a little wrong. A few weeks ago they reported that F. Javier Gutierrez’s Rings will be a prequel that takes place before the 2002 remake of The Ring. However that does not appear to be the case as the director,