First Images from the Onetti Brothers’ ‘Abrakadabra’
Written by Chris Savage, April 20, 2018
Brothers Luciano and Nicolás Onetti are returning with their fourth film Abrakadabra, which will also be the third and final film in their Giallo trilogy which began with Sonno Profondo (2013) and Francesca (2015). Their latest, Abrakadabra, will be making its debut at the upcoming Cannes film festival this May 12th, and below we have your first look

The Nun Appears in the First Teaser Image from the ‘Conjuring’ Spinoff ‘The Nun’
Written by Jason McDonald, April 20, 2018
“The Conjuring” universe is getting a little bigger this year as the terrifying Nun from “Conjuring 2” gets her own feature film.  While the film doesn’t hit until September 7th, we’ve got our first look at the demonic creature.  You know, just in case you forgot what she looked like. The teaser image, which you

Blumhouse Releases First Poster for ‘Halloween’
Written by Jason McDonald, April 20, 2018
Conceptually, October seems like it’s impossibly long time away.  However, it’s only actually six months out.  SIX MONTHS.  We’ve already passed up four, so six months are just gonna fly by.  Hopefully… And while I’m generally excited for October to come around for all the festivities, this October is shaping up to be extra special

Is Fred Ward Reteaming with Kevin Bacon for the New ‘Tremors’ Series?
Written by Jason McDonald, April 19, 2018
There’s only a tiny bit of meat of the bones of this story, but if it turns out to be true it could be the most delicious bit of meat. As we all know SyFy is working on a “Tremors” TV series with Kevin Bacon set to star.  At this time we haven’t gotten too

Cary Elwes and Jake Busey are Joining the Cast of ‘Stranger Things’ for Season 3
Written by Jason McDonald, April 19, 2018
While their may be a bit of turmoil behind the scenes of “Stranger Things” the show must go on.  For season two of “Stranger Things” Netflix nabbed a couple of actors (Paul Reiser and Sean Astin) who had some ’80s/’90s nostalgia attached to their name.  For season three it looks like they’re following the same

Killer Drones Make an Impact in Syfy’s ‘Hover’
Written by Chris Savage, April 18, 2018
What appears to look like a feature-length version of a Black Mirror episode is Matt Osterman’s upcoming dystopian sci-fi flick Hover, and below we have the first official trailer, artwork and details. Check out the goods and let us know if you’ll be keeping an eye out for this one, as well as any murderous drones.

Jason Clarke in Talks to Star in ‘Pet Sematary’ Remake
Written by Jason McDonald, April 18, 2018
We’ve known that the remake of “Pet Sematary” has been slowly building momentum since “It” dominated the box office, but now it looks like the project is starting to solidify as a big name star is circling the production. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Jason Clarke is in talks to star in the “Pet

Jim Carrey Explores ‘Dark Crimes’ in the Official Poster & Trailer
Written by Chris Savage, April 17, 2018
I’m a little late to the party here, but better late than never, right? So, it appears as if Jim Carrey is back and this time he is returning to a more serious role in Alexandros Avranas’ Dark Crimes, which is based upon the 2008 article “True Crimes – A postmodern murder mystery” by David Grann,

Crazy UFO Death Cult ‘The Endless’ Hits the UK This June
Written by Chris Savage, April 16, 2018
Directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead (Resolution, Spring) are quickly becoming one of my favorite directing duos and it appears as if they may have another great film to add to their growing work. Their latest film is titled The Endless, [Jason’s Review] which features a crazy UFO death cult and I’m sure, plenty of surprises.

‘Rampage’ Storms into the Box Office While ‘A Quiet Place’ Slides Into Second Place Ahead of ‘Truth or Dare’
Written by Jason McDonald, April 16, 2018
Another weekend has come and gone (ugh) and two new films entered the box office fray against last week’s champion “A Quiet Place.”  Last week “A Quiet Place” blew people away by earning an impressive $50 million in the domestic box office.  Along with the impressive financial debut the film also had a ton of

Art Bell, former host of Coast to Coast AM, Has Passed Away at 72
Written by Jason McDonald, April 15, 2018
As horror fans I tend to think most of us are fans of the supernatural.  Are ghosts real?  Have we been visited by extraterrestrials? Is there a giant ape roaming our woods?  Even if you ask these questions in jest, it’s still something horror fans love to talk about and, perhaps, the most well known

[Review] ‘Mohawk’ A Historical Thriller with a Dab of Supernatural Horror
Written by Jason McDonald, April 15, 2018
American history may be still a recent occurrence relative to the rest of the world, but there are plenty of events that lend themselves to unique settings for stories.  However, a compelling stance to take is to examine that history from the perspective of someone treated as an outsider in their own homeland.  And that’s the

Bill Hader and James McAvoy are in Talks to Star in ‘It: Chapter 2’
Written by Jason McDonald, April 13, 2018
The highly anticipated sequel “IT” is set to start production this summer, so it’s just about time for all the big casting news to start rolling out.  For a while now we’ve been hearing the rumblings of Jessica Chastain signing on to play adult Bev in “Chapter 2.”  And while we haven’t had a big

[Review] ‘The Endless’ Blends Supernatural Elements into a Tale About Brotherly Love
Written by Jason McDonald, April 13, 2018
Long time directorial partners Justin Benson and Aaron Moorehead are back again with a new project that they’ve both directed and now star in.  Previously the duo worked on such well received features as “Resolution” and “Spring.”  If you’ve seen their work then you know that they’ve got a knack for more quiet atmospheric movies

New Trailer for Doug Jones’ ‘Gehenna: Where Death Lives’
Written by Chris Savage, April 12, 2018
It’s been well over a year since we’ve last had an update for you in regards to Hiroshi Katagiri’s  (Jurassic Park III, Pacific Rim) directorial debut Gehenna: Where Death Lives. But today, courtesy of Uncork’d Entertainment, we not only have a brand new trailer but word as to when you guys can finally check this one

[Trailer] Have You Made the ‘Dead List’?
Written by Chris Savage, April 11, 2018
From High Octane Pictures comes Holden Andrews, Ivan Asen and Victor Mathieu’s latest horror flick Dead List, and below we have the first official trailer, poster and details for the upcoming film. First impressions of the trailer give a sort of Creepshow meets Death Note vibe, and I’m quite intrigued. But how about you? Will you

New Posters & More for the Alien Invasion Film ‘Occupation’
Written by Chris Savage, April 11, 2018
Have you guys been keeping your eye on Luke Sparke’s latest flick Occupation? If so, you’ll be pleased to know that we have some new goods for you in the form of new artwork and details where you can catch a special opening night screening of the film, that is if you’re in Australia. So, read

‘A Quiet Place’ Could Have Wound Up in the ‘Cloverfield’ Universe
Written by Jason McDonald, April 11, 2018
In a world where Bad Robot seem eager to retrofit movies currently in production into “Cloverfield” sequels, it would not have been too much of a surprise if “A Quiet Place” suddenly revealed itself to be a stealth “Cloverfield” film.  And while that rumor was swirling around before the films release it, thankfully, did not

‘The Meg’ is Absolutely Monstrous in These Trailers
Written by Chris Savage, April 10, 2018
Wow. You’ve never seen a shark quite like this one in Jon Turteltaub‘s The Meg. This prehistoric beast is absolutely enormous and appears to have quite the appetite. So, below, we have two trailers for you, the U.S. one and the International version with the latter pumping me up more. Check them out below and let us

[Review] You Should Find ‘A Quiet Place’ This Weekend
Written by Jason McDonald, April 7, 2018
While I was a fan of “The Office,” I worried that I’d never be able to watch John Krasinski in anything else without imagining him doing the “Jim face” and looking directly at the camera.  That’s the downside of playing such a loveable character for so long, it becomes exceptionally hard to severe the association