Comic-Con Interview with the Cast and Crew of ‘Leprechaun: Origins’
Written by Jason McDonald, Today | No Comments
While Comic-Con is primarily known for comic books and the big blockbuster superhero features, just about every movie genre can be found at the yearly event.  Horror had a fairly strong presence this years with many horror television programs and feature films jumping into the fray.  Lionsgate was kind enough to invite us to one

New Texas Chainsaw Movie to Follow Leatherface’s Early Years?
Written by Chris Savage, Today | 2 Comments
I don’t know about you guys, but I’m pretty much lost in the whole Texas Chainsaw time frame. e have had sequels, a prequel, a direct sequel to the original and now it looks like we have another prequel, but apparently it’s also another sequel to the original, but a prequel to Texas Chainsaw 3D.

23 Best Horror Movie Remakes
Written by Herner Klenthur, 1 Day Ago | 110 Comments
Most of us our instant reaction to a horror remake is ‘not again’ but sometimes as horror fans we really just need to pull the stick out.  I have done a few pieces on horror remakes and if there is one thing that we can all likely agree on its the fact that as a

Rob Zombie Explains Why His Halloween is Better?
Written by Herner Klenthur, 1 Day Ago | 8 Comments
Rob Zombie is a polarizing filmmaker and fans love him and they hate him. I for one think Rob Zombie has done some spectacular work including The Devils Rejects and yes I also include the Halloween remake. Halloween 2 for me was horrible but that is a matter of opinion as many horror fans appreciate

Comic-Con Day 2 and 3 in Photos
Written by Jason McDonald, 1 Day Ago | No Comments
Hard to believe it, but it’s finally over.  San Diego Comic-Con is now behind me and I can say that it was the hottest, smelliest, and most exhausting event I’ve ever been too. And I can’t wait to go back next year. Unfortunately, this being my first year, I wasn’t prepared for how long the

Comic-Con: iZombie Shows a Promising Pilot
Written by Jason McDonald, 1 Day Ago | No Comments
“iZombie” was originally billed to be at San Diego Comic-Con with a full-length pilot to show to curious attendees, however, a last minute change forced the CW to present a pilot that was far from complete.  According to Rob Thomas, who took to the stage after the pilot, the production was forced to recast a

New Official Red Band Trailer for Sin City: A Dame To Kill For
Written by Chris Savage, 1 Day Ago | No Comments
Okay guys, stop what ever it is you’re doing at the moment and go check out the brand new red band trailer for Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, it looks totally sweet! Stylish, slick, and quite simply badass! Co-directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller reunite to bring Miller’s visually stunning “Sin City” graphic

Bruce Campbell to Star in the Evil Dead TV Series?
Written by Chris Savage, 1 Day Ago | 2 Comments
Over the weekend we learned via this years Comic-Con, that Ivan and Sam Raimi were working on an Evil Dead TV series, but sadly that was about all we knew, and of course one of the main questions was, “is Bruce Campbell going to star?” Well, nothing has been confirmed just yet, although Campbell has certainly

Night of the Living Dead 2014 Trailer Lands
Written by Herner Klenthur, Posted 2 Days Ago. | 22 Comments
If I told you that another remake of Night of the Living Dead was coming what would your reaction be? Would you groan? Or would you go watch the trailer for it immediately ( its below )? Director and writer, Chad Zuver brings a new look on the story that was made famous by George

SDCC Mad Max Fury Road Trailer
Written by Herner Klenthur, Posted 2 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
I have been waiting for the new trailer for the remake of MAD MAX to finally land and thanks to Warner Brothers we have your first look. Mad Max Fury Road is a reboot of the 1979 film which saw Mel Gibson play an Aussie cop who is out for vengeance after his family is

Full Cast Announced for American Horror Story: Freak Show
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 2 Days Ago. | 3 Comments
During the American Horror Story panel this past Saturday, at this years San Diego Comic-Con, came word as to who would be starring in American Horror Story: Freak Show, and thanks to Entertainment Weekly, we have the lowdown below. Kathy Bates and Evan Peters will be playing Ethel and Jimmy Darling. Joining them will be

House of the Witch Doctor (Review)
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 2 Days Ago. | No Comments
We recently learned that Devon Mikolas’ latest flick, House of the Witch Doctor, will be hitting DVD and VOD this September 16th via Breaking Glass Pictures, and with that date looming I had the opportunity to check out the film, and I have to say I was quite surprised by this one. At the start of

Nyphm Hits DVD This September
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 2 Days Ago. | No Comments
On the off-chance that you guys are after a killer mermaid flick, we of course have your back as Milan Todorovic’s Nymph is making its way to DVD and VOD this September 9th via Epic Pictures Group. The film stars Franco Nero, Natalie Burn, and Kristina Klebe. Synopsis: The story tells the tale of two young women

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Restored Theatrical Release Review
Written by Tim Hannigan, Posted 3 Days Ago. | No Comments
The good folks at MPI Media and Dark Sky films continue to work hard to preserve what is arguably one of the most important horror films of the last half century – the original “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre”. Apparently the original 16mm print was wasting away in a brown paper bag somewhere in the

Comic-Con: Scream Factory Announces 10 Upcoming Blu-ray Titles
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 3 Days Ago. | No Comments
Wow, just simply wow. The guys over at Scream Factory have totally outdone themselves with one enormous announcement. During their panel at this years Comic-Con, Scream Factory announced 10 upcoming Blu-ray releases for the end of this year and rolling into next year, and there are some true gems to be had. The upcoming Blu-ray

We Talked Hemlock Grove With Famke Janssen
Written by Tim Hannigan, Posted 3 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
Netflix just reached 50 million subscribers and a huge part of their continuing success is the availability of original content which you cannot find anywhere else. As everyone from Yahoo to HBO scramble to keep up, Netflix is leading the way by providing viewers with the content they want in the way they want to

20 Most Influential Horror Movies Of All Time
Written by Herner Klenthur, Posted 3 Days Ago. | 8 Comments
In honor of Horror-Movies.ca’s forthcoming Most Influential Horror Movies timeline we have asked our team of volunteer bloggers to put together a list of what they feel are the most influential horror films of all time. With each film on the list we have a reason and most importantly which team member selected the movie.

Comic-Con: Sam Raimi to Develop The Evil Dead into a TV Series!
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 3 Days Ago. | 2 Comments
To be fair, I’m actually surprised that hasn’t happened sooner, considering the current trend and popularity of TV shows these past few years. But, it appears as if the time is now, according to the folks over at Bloody-Disgusting, Sam Raimi is currently developing a television series based upon The Evil Dead franchise. According to

A New Official Poster Rises from ‘Beneath’
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 3 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
What with Ben Katai’s latest flick Beneath, playing in limited theatres as of yesterday, a new official poster has rising from all the Comic-Con news and we have it here for you below. Synopsis: A crew of coal miners becomes trapped 600 feet below ground after a disastrous collapse. As the air grows more toxic and time

Walking Dead Debuts Trailer for Season 5
Written by Jason McDonald, Posted 4 Days Ago. | 2 Comments
Comic-Con is roaring on and today “The Walking Dead” landed on Hall H and decimated it.  The line to get in to the infamous hall was insane as people had been camping out since last night to get into to today’s panel.  It also didn’t help that “Game of Thrones” was holding a panel immediately afterwards.  It was