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‘The Man With the Magic Box’ Bends Time This April
Written by Chris Savage, March 24, 2019
The folks over at Artsploitation Films are absolutely on the pulse when it comes to awesome foreign genre flicks, so it should come as no surprise that they are set to unleash what looks to be another epic tale in the form of Bodo Cox’s Polish sci-fi/thriller The Man With the Magic Box (Czlowiek z magicznym pudelkiem). Below

New Jersey High School Turns ‘Alien’ into a Glorious Stage Production
Written by Chris Savage, March 24, 2019
You’ve probably heard of this as it has just exploded over social media, and for good reason, too. A drama club in North Bergen High School in New Jersey have put together a stage play of Ridley Scott’s iconic 1979 movie Alien, which they’ve aptly titled Alien: The Play, and it looks absolutely gorgeous. The

Argentinian Horror Anthology ‘Terror 5’ Arrives This April
Written by Chris Savage, March 23, 2019
We’ve received word of a highly intriguing anthology flick from Argentina titled Terror 5 from first-time directors Sebastian and Federico Rotstein, and we’re pretty stoked for this one. Below we have the official trailer, artwork and details pertaining to the home video release via Artsploitation Films below. Take a gander and let us know if

[Review] ‘Us’ A Movie Too Funny for its Own Good
Written by Jason McDonald, March 23, 2019
Coming off of “Get Out” Jordan Peele had a lot to live up too.  It was the rare horror movie that got a lot of critical praise and did exceedingly well at the box office.  It also won him Oscar gold. How could he possibly live up to expectations for his next film?  Does “Us” manage

It’s the End of the Road – ‘Supernatural’ to End After the 15th Season
Written by Jason McDonald, March 23, 2019
Man, I honestly never thought I’d live long enough to write these words.  Somehow “Supernatural” just became one of those common TV staples like “Law and Order” or the “Simpsons.”  It just always seemed to be there and while I stopped watching after the fifth season, it was nice to know that I could still

Nicolas Cage and a Team of Jiu Jitsu Fighters Take on Aliens in ‘Jiu Jitsu’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 21, 2019
Honestly, these days you can string any random words together and as like the sentence has “Nicolas Cage” in it somewhere, I’ll believe you’re talking about a genuine movie. Nicolas Cage is set to star in a new film adapted from a comic book called “Jiu Jitsu.”  The film will be directed and written by

Here’s the Official Trailer for ‘Stranger Things’ Season Three
Written by Jason McDonald, March 21, 2019
It’s been a while since we’ve gone back to Hawkins, but the wait is almost over.  The next season of the hit Netflix series is set to premiere on July 4th and today we’ve got our first full trailer. The next season of “Stranger Things” sees the return of all your favorite recurring characters along

‘The Curse of La Llorona’ Shares a Connection with the ‘Conjuring’ Universe
Written by Jason McDonald, March 19, 2019
Okay, if you’re trying to protect the sanctity of your “Curse of La Llorona” experience, then don’t read any further.  This post contains some very minor spoilers, but spoilers nonetheless for a movie that hasn’t hit theaters yet. “The Curse of La Llorona” had its premiere at SXSW last week and along with plenty of

Next Annabelle Film Gets Official Title ‘Annabelle Comes Home’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 16, 2019
The next Annabelle film has been in the works for a bit now and is set to release this year, but just a few months out and we’re finally learning what the movie will be called.  And the title leaves a lot to be desired. Warning Bros released a teaser trailer for their upcoming demonic

The Horror/Comedy ‘Garden Party Massacre’ is Available Now on Home Video
Written by Chris Savage, March 15, 2019
Gregory Blair’s Garden Party Massacre, in which he starred, produced, wrote and directed, is now available on Blu-ray and DVD through the fine folks over at SGL Entertainment. The film received a slew of awards when it hit the festival circuit, in fact they picked up a whopping nine in total. So, if you’re looking

‘Alien’ Celebrates 40 Years with All-New 4K Ultra Blu-ray
Written by Chris Savage, March 15, 2019
With the awesome news that FOX is releasing six Alien shorts in celebration of its 40th milestone, we can also reveal that the film will be making its way once again to Blu-ray and DVD in the UK on April 1st in celebration as well as a special Limited Edition 4K Ultra HD SteelBook which

Official Poster & Trailer for Danny Trejo’s ‘Bullets of Justice’
Written by Chris Savage, March 15, 2019
In what was initially a pilot episode for an upcoming TV series, Bullets of Justice has morphed into a feature film due to high praise and as a result we can share with you official teaser trailer and artwork for the film which stars the legend that is Danny Trejo. From the Press Release: “Bullets of

Fox Releasing Six ‘Alien’ Shorts in Celebration of the 40th Anniversary of ‘Alien’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 14, 2019
Alright, here we go.  So far this year I’ve been let down by the “Alien” offerings Fox has put out.  First there was the sequel to “Alien: Isolation” that turned out to be a mobile game.  Then there was the “Alien” animated digital series that was just the cutscenes from “Isolation.”  Now there’s another thing

‘Doom: Annihilation’ Trailer Carries On the Proud Tradition of Video Game Movie Sequels with ‘Annihilation’ in the Title
Written by Jason McDonald, March 12, 2019
I’m no “Doom” defender. That original movie is a disappointment not only as a movie, but as an adaptation of a great game franchise like “Doom.” Though I will admit I thought the first person section was hilarious.  That movie set a pretty low bar for future adaptations and, based on this trailer, I’m worried

Early Details for the Horror Anthology ‘The Micro Killers’
Written by Chris Savage, March 7, 2019
The folks over at Slumberjack Entertainment have delivered some stellar short films in our opinion as well as a fun web-series in the form of Dead Town, and now they are teaming up with some exceptional talent to unleash a horror anthology titled The Micro Killers, which will consist of 15 segments and we have

[Trailer] ‘Division 19’ Invades Theatres This April
Written by Chris Savage, March 7, 2019
We’ve just received word that Uncork’d Entertainment will be unleashing S. A. Halewood’s dystopian thriller Division 19 into theatres and On Demand this April 5th, and if you’d like to know more, head on down below for the official trailer, artwork and details. From the Press Release: Award-winning* dystopian thriller Division 19, starring Mandy’s Linus

The Sci-Fi Horror Film ‘Catskill Park’ Hits Home Video Today
Written by Chris Savage, March 7, 2019
If you guys are on the look out for a new sci-fi horror flick to check out this weekend, we may just have the movie for you. From Freestyle Digital Media comes Vlad Yudin’s Catskill Park, and the film is being unleashed onto Blu-ray and DVD today, March 7th. Below we have the official artwork and

If You’ve Ever Wanted to Play a Video Game Version of the ‘Cube’ Check Out ‘Half Dead 2’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 7, 2019
Have you seen the “Cube?” If not you should definitely be doing that.  Possibly right now.  Go ahead, I’ll wait. No? Okay, I’ll tell you what the “Cube” is. Jeez. The “Cube” is the first in a franchise about a nefarious building filled with traps. The idea is that every room looks like the last,

Kombatants of the Past and Present Unite in New ‘Mortal Kombat 11’ Story Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, March 7, 2019
I’ll be the first to admit that I was only a casual fan of early “Mortal Kombat.”  I wasn’t deep into the fighting scene, but I respected what the early “Mortal Kombat” games had to offer. Over the top gore, bizarre looking characters, and a touch of cheese made the whole thing somewhat appealing to

First Official Trailer for ‘Midsommar’ Presents the Next Film from the Director of ‘Hereditary’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 6, 2019
By now you might be tired of hearing about last year’s horror darling “Hereditary.”  Or you might be on the other side of the fence who just can’t stop talking about it.  Either way, this post might be for you cause it’s a new thing for the horror community to get all excited about. A24