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

Bill Oberst Jr. Hits the Stage with Ray Bradbury’s Pillar of Fire‏
Written by Chris Savage, May 29, 2015
The one and only Bill Oberst, Jr., is quite possibly the most hardest working man in the horror genre today, he lives and breathes horror like no one else I know, so it only makes sense that such a man would take his talents to the stage to perform a reading of Ray Bradbury’s Pillar of

Jaws is Returning to Theaters for 40th Anniversary
Written by Jason McDonald, May 29, 2015
“Jaws” is easily one of my all time favorite films. Period.  Unfortunately, I was born in the ’80s so I never had the chance to see “Jaws” in theaters.  Well, this June that’s about to change. This year “Jaws” is celebrating it’s 40th anniversary with a special return to theaters.  Fathom events will be showcasing

[Trailer] A ‘Ghoul’ Is Summoned onto Home Video This June
Written by Chris Savage, May 29, 2015
A couple of months ago we gave you guys the first details for the upcoming Czech supernatural cannibal film Ghoul, and it definitely got many of us to take notice. But, if you were one of the select few that had the opportunity to witness this one in select theatres this past March, please let

Anchor Bay Unleashes ‘Lost After Dark’ This September
Written by Chris Savage, May 29, 2015
Ever since we got a glimpse of the poster artwork for Ian Kessner’s directorial debut Lost After Dark, it has been one film that we have been following very closely and waiting ever so patiently for some release news. Well, that day has arrived as we can reveal that the folks over at Anchor Bay Entertainment will

FX Artist Rick Baker is Retiring
Written by Jason McDonald, May 29, 2015
Makeup artist and FX legend Rick Baker is ready to ride off into the sunset.  As the iconic artist prepares to auction off some movie artifacts, he reveals that he’s ready to leave the movie business behind him. In an interview conducted on radio station KPCC Rick talked about the changing landscape of Hollywood effects and

Kung Fury Has Arrived and It’s Awesome!
Written by Chris Savage, May 28, 2015
The day is finally here. Many will talk about this day for years as today marks the premiere of quite possibly the greatest film ever made. Yes, this is David Sandberg’s Kung Fury, and it’s freakin’ awesome! It’s so awesome that David Hasselhoff even recorded a song for the film, and when you’ve got The Hoff, you

[Trailer] IFC Midnight Gets ‘Stung’ This July
Written by Chris Savage, May 28, 2015
We’ve been talking about Benni Diez’s Stung, for as long as I can remember, but it appears as if we will finally get to witness the mayhem, as IFC Midnight is set to unleash the film in limited theatres and VOD this July 3rd, and we have scored the official trailer to coincide with the release.

New Details for Sherlock Holmes vs. Frankenstein
Written by Chris Savage, May 28, 2015
It has been about three years since we last had anything to report, but we have just got some new details in regards to Gautier Cazenave’s (House of VHS) latest flick, and it’s pitting the greatest detective in the world against one of the greatest mysteries of all, this is Sherlock Holmes vs. Frankenstein! Yep, and this

Horror at this Years Dances With Films Festival
Written by Jason McDonald, May 28, 2015
After 18 years of operation the Dances with Films Festival is finally old enough to play the lottery.  And old enough to be drafted! It’s truly a magical time in a young film festival’s life. This years Dances With Films features a wide swath of film genres that’ll surely satisfy all kinds of movie enthusiasts.  But

Peter Stormare Joins PS4 Game ‘Until Dawn’
Written by Jason McDonald, May 27, 2015
After years of quiet development it seems like “Until Dawn” is ready to step out into the world and be heard.  Developer Supermassive Games came out today and made some big announcements regarding the upcoming horror video game. The first of which is that the game now has a release date.  According to the developer

Predator Goes Medieval in New Fan Film ‘Predator: Dark Ages’
Written by Jason McDonald, May 27, 2015
After a small, but successful, Kickstarter campaign last year director and writer James Bushe was able to put together his intricate fan film dedicated to the “Predator” series. “Predator: Dark Ages” sees the classic Predator alien take on a group of knights during the crusades.  If Arnold Schwarzenegger utilizing modern weaponry had difficulty fighting the

Tilda Swinton In Talks for Doctor Strange
Written by Jason McDonald, May 27, 2015
I know, this is comicbook superhero news, but it’s possible the upcoming “Doctor Strange” movie could have some underlying horror to it given the people involved and the type of stuff the good Doctor tends to dabble in.  So, for now, it’s worth mentioning. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that actress Tilda Swinton (“Snowpiercer”) is

[Trailer] First Look at The House with 100 Eyes
Written by Chris Savage, May 27, 2015
When a film is said to be a cross between Henry – Portrait of a Serial Killer and This is Spinal Tap, you can’t just walk by, you’ve gotta check that sucker out, and judging by the trailer, which we have for you below along with a slew of photos, it appears as if it may have potential. The

Resident Evil 0 is Going to be Remastered for New Consoles
Written by Jason McDonald, May 26, 2015
After the remastered version of the Gamecube “Resident Evil” game proved to be a success for Capcom it seemed like a certainty that other remasters would follow.  I would’ve put my money on “Resident Evil 2″, but it looks like Capcom is going to be moving backwards. Revealed at an event in Japan yesterday, Capcom

New Trailer for Joe Dante’s ‘Burying the Ex’
Written by Jason McDonald, May 26, 2015
Director Joe Dante’s crowdfunded feature film “Burying the Ex” is drawing closer to its release date in June and as a result they’ve released a new trailer to show it off. “Burying the Ex” stars Anton Yelchin (“Star Trek”) as a guy having a hard time breaking up with his girlfriend.  However, when she dies

Official Teaser Trailer for the Creature Feature ‘One Drop’
Written by Chris Savage, May 26, 2015
Okay Canada, what the heck is in your water? You guys are obviously freakin’ awesome as the talent pool is off the hook! Why am I asking? Well, Canada’s very own Tricia Lee, has just finished production on her latest film One Drop, and so far it looks fantastic, beautifully polished and just waiting for

Official Teaser Poster for The House on the Frontier
Written by Chris Savage, May 26, 2015
Bare with us with this one. At this time details are extremely scarce, but we just had to share with you the official teaser poster for Xavier Rull’s The House on the Frontier, a film that is written by Sergio Román, simply because this sucker has us intrigued. Just read the tagline; “There’s a house where

First Look at Splatterpunk The Movie
Written by Chris Savage, May 26, 2015
As you guys know. We absolutely love anthology films around these parts and it just so happens that we have scored some details in regards to Erick Wofford’s (The Music of Erich Zann) Splatterpunk, a film which centers around a tale from the one and only David Schow (The Crow, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III). In

LeglessCorpse Films Injects Fear into Deimosimine
Written by Chris Savage, May 26, 2015
We have just received word that LeglessCorpse Films have teamed up with Chad Armstrong to create an old-school practical effect film in the form of Deimosimine, and you guys can score yourselves a copy for just $2! Yep. $2 gets you a digital rental of the film if you help them out over at indiegogo. Pretty sweet if you ask me.

Max Greenfield Joins American Horror Story: Hotel
Written by Jason McDonald, May 25, 2015
Ryan Murphy is still assembling his cast of characters for the latest season of “American Horror Story” and his newest addition brings a guy known for his comedy into a dire situation. Murphy announced on his Twitter account that actor Max Greenfield (“New Girl”) would be a resident of “American Horror Story: Hotel.”  However, his Tweet