AMC is Showing ‘Get Out’ for Free on Presidents’ Day in Select Theaters
Written by Jason McDonald, February 18, 2018
Are you one of the few that still hasn’t seen one of my favorite films of 2017? Well, I have good news! If you’re one of the lucky few that gets to have Presidents’ Day off tomorrow you can see “Get Out” for free in select AMC theaters. To celebrate the film’s one year anniversary

Henry Rollins to Star in ‘He Never Died 2’
Written by Jason McDonald, February 18, 2018
Okay, I need to be honest here. I love me some Henry Rollins, but I still haven’t gotten around to seeing “He Never Died.”  I’ve heard some mixed things, but it seems like the majority of it is good.  So it looks like I should probably finally get around to seeing it as a sequel

Fangoria Lives! – The Horror Magazine Has Been Resurrected
Written by Chris Savage, February 16, 2018
It truly was a said day when Fangoria, the magazine, suddenly disappeared. It had been a horror staple for most of us from 1979, and I’m sure it is where many of us first got our insight into what goes on behind-the-scenes. But, all is not lost. It appears as if the magazine is set

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Michael Fassbender to Star in ‘Kung Fury’ Feature Film
Written by Chris Savage, February 15, 2018
David Sandberg’s Kung Fury is something I have watched repeatedly since its inception. Absolutely love it! So, now a feature film is in the works and it appears to be upper the ante in every possible way as we have learned that not only is Michael Fassbender set to star in the feature film, but

‘The Nun’ and ‘Predator’ Get New Release Dates
Written by Jason McDonald, February 15, 2018
Release dates used to mean something, you know?  Before you’d get a date and it’d be set in stone. Now you have movies coming out the day they’re announced.  It seems that the only thing that’s certain, when it comes to release dates, is that they’re bound to change. Take, for example, these two high

[Trailer] First Look at Wild Eye Releasing’s ‘Soft Matter’
Written by Chris Savage, February 14, 2018
We have just received word that Jim Hickcox’s feature debut Soft Matter, will be making its way to EFM in Berlin this week and the folks over at Wild Eye Releasing will be unleashing the film to the masses later this year. Soft Matter is said to be a mix of The Shape of Water and Get Out,

Blumhouse Making ‘Five Nights At Freddy’s’ with Chris Columbus
Written by Jason McDonald, February 14, 2018
Man, I feel like I got to witness the early development of this project. I remember a few years ago I was in an interview with Jason Blum and we got to talking about video games when he mentioned that he had this game on his phone called “Five Nights at Freddy’s.”  At this point

[Review] ‘Inoperable’ Shows Small Signs of Life
Written by Jason McDonald, February 11, 2018
It’s rare that it happens, but every now and then I come across a movie that intrigues and bewilders me just enough to keep me interested for 90% of the movie only to fumble the ball right before the endzone.  “Inoperable” is one such movie. In “Inoperable” Amy (Danielle Harris) wakes up to find herself

Don Mancini is Working on a ‘Child’s Play’ TV Series
Written by Jason McDonald, February 11, 2018
The recent revitalization of Chucky through home releases has been a welcomed surprise as the films have been solid so far. It seemed like Chucky had found a new stable home, but it looks like Don Mancini might be changing things up again. Bloody-Disgusting is reporting that Don Mancini and franchise producer David Kirschner are

[Review] ‘The Ritual’ Brings Horror Back to the Woods
Written by Jason McDonald, February 11, 2018
It’s been awhile since we’ve had a good “creepy stuff is happening in the woods” film.  Some might say the recent “Blair Witch” sequel filled that niche, but it just didn’t satisfy my craving.  Wait, did you hear that rustling?  Sounds like it came from behind the trees . . . Come on, let’s go

Full Details for Scream Factory’s ‘Behind the Mask’ Collector’s Edition
Written by Chris Savage, February 10, 2018
It was announced a little while back that Scream Factory would be releasing Scott Glosserman’s Behind The Mask: The Rise Of Leslie Vernon onto Blu-ray as a special Collector’s Edition this March 27th, and while that’s still going ahead, we know have the full details to share with you. Synopsis: You know legendary maniacs Jason Voorhees, Michael Myers and

Horror Icons Unite as They Face a Possessed Cat in “Hell’s Kitty”
Written by Chris Savage, February 10, 2018
What’s worse than a cat plotting to kill you? A possessed cat plotting to kill you, or actually killing all those that enter your life. This is Hell’s Kitty which is based upon the web series and comic book of the same name, as well as writer-director Nicholas Tana’s real-life experiences of living with said possessed cat. And

‘Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell’ Drops a Trailer and Release Date
Written by Jason McDonald, February 9, 2018
I’m patiently waiting for that Kevin Bacon “Tremors” series to finally get off the ground over at SyFy, but in the meantime, I’m more than happy to get more Burt Gummer in my blu-ray player.  Universal has released the first trailer for the upcoming sixth “Tremors” film titled “Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell.” In

First Official Poster for ‘The Cured’
Written by Chris Savage, February 7, 2018
Have you guys been keeping an eye on David Freyne’s latest flick The Cured? If not, we recommend that you take a peek at this one, as it looks set to be all kinds of awesome. And today, thanks to IFC Films, we have been provided with the first artwork for the upcoming film as well as

SGL Entertainment to Unleash the ‘Last Rites of the Dead’ onto Home Video
Written by Chris Savage, February 7, 2018
From Marc Fratto comes his latest flick, Last Rites of the Dead, and we have just learned that the folks over at SGL Entertainment will be unleashing the film later this year onto Blu-ray, DVD and various VOD platforms. The physical release of the film is said to be loaded with extras, which we hope to

The Third Annual Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival is Calling for Submissions
Written by Chris Savage, February 6, 2018
Filmmakers! Do you have a micro-short, short or feature film ready to go? If so, the third annual Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival is calling for submissions, and through to February 28th, entry fees for submissions will be at a special low-rate, there after submissions will commence at standard rates until June 15th. Below we have all

[Review] ‘Victor Crowley’ Returns to Claim his Swampy Throne
Written by Jason McDonald, February 6, 2018
After being filmed in secret and released upon an unsuspecting audience last year the fourth “Hatchet,” film known as “Victor Crowley,” is finally headed to VOD, Blu-Ray, and DVD on February 6th.  Can the mutated redneck from the swamp conjure up new tricks to stay fresh or is it time to hang up his hatchet?

‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Unleashes a New Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, February 5, 2018
Oh man, I really want to be watching “Cloverfield Paradox” right about now, but until then I guess we’ll talk about “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.”  The new trailer released during the Super Bowl didn’t add a whole of info, but it certainly included new footage that has now raised new questions for me. For example,

Netflix Releases First Teaser for ‘The Cloverfield Paradox’ and Reveals that It’ll Premiere Tonight!
Written by Jason McDonald, February 5, 2018
Those crazy bastards at Netflix have done the unthinkable.  It’s been speculated that Netflix purchased the rights to the next Cloverfield movie, but we hadn’t heard much about it till right now.  During the Super Bowl Netflix revealed the first teaser trailer for the newly titled “Cloverfield Paradox” and announced that it would be premiering

‘Winchester’ Debuts at the Third Spot this Weekend- Did you Watch?
Written by Jason McDonald, February 4, 2018
I’ve been to the Winchester Mansion and, despite all the mystique surrounding it, it’s a fairly normal building without much “spookiness” surrounding it.  It certainly is unique and fascinating, but it never struck me as the kind of place that was haunted even though the way it’s designed was to deal with spirits.  However, that