First International Trailer for Necrophobia 3D
Written by Chris Savage, May 9, 2014
Well my friends, that was a little slice of awesome right there. Below you can find the first International trailer for Daniel de la Vega’s Necrophobia 3D. If you’re after something a little different, then I’m sure this sucker is for you, and who can pass up a film entitled Necrophobia?! Synopsis: Dante is a tailor whose

Official International Trailer for Chimères
Written by Chris Savage, May 8, 2014
I swear that Olivier Beguin’s Chimères looks better with each passing trailer, and with that, we have a brand new International trailer to share with you guys below. If you’re after something unique and original, I predict that this one will be the one for you, I think it looks awesome. The film stars Jasna Kohoutova, Yannick Rosset,

Stanley Film Festival – Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead (2014) review
Written by Flay Otters, May 7, 2014
It goes without saying that often times film sequels can fall flat under the sheer weight of expectation. Fans of an original film can build up their level of internal-hype to the point of near-unrealistic obsessing that no film could hope to meet. This happens in the music world too, where a band has had

Gun Woman (2014) Movie Review
Written by Flay Otters, May 7, 2014
The best kind of genre filmmaking can be summed up in one word: Badass. The kind of films that render you unable to hold back cheers and clenched fists and smiles as all the black-hearted badness and revenge and violence unfolds. Films like Rolling Thunder or the more recent Blue Ruin or Big Bad Wolves

Spanish Trailer For Game Of Werewolves
Written by Chris Savage, May 4, 2014
Still got the bad taste of The Howling: Reborn in your mouths? Check out Spain’s, Game of Werewolves (Lobos de Arga), it may not be outstanding, but, compared to the new Howling flick its a pretty damn good job. So, the guys over at Aullidos, have scored a teaser trailer for the upcoming flick, head

Strippers vs. Werewolves Photos
Written by Chris Savage, May 3, 2014
Jonathan Glendenning’s upcoming UK horror comedy Strippers vs. Werewolves looks and sounds like a great little b-movie, we have hot babes, werewolves and the man himself Robert Englund. It’s a match made in heaven or should I say hell? With production well under way the guys over at DreadCentral have scored a slew of exclusive

Strigoi: The Undead Asylum Seekers & The Coffin Hit DVD This August
Written by Chris Savage, May 3, 2014
A slew of films from Breaking Glass Pictures are set to hit DVD this August which brings a few foreign films to your doorstep, which is always a good thing. Strigoi: The Undead: “Podoleni Village may seem like a typical Eastern European town, but when a young local named Vlad goes searching for his grandfather’s

Singapore Does True Horror in: 23:59 Hrs
Written by deadmanwalkin, May 3, 2014
Production is set to begin on a new Singapore horror film titled: 23:59 hrs and is scheduled to be released sometime (probably) in late 2011.  Below is the synopsis, and it does sound interesting.  I will definitely try to keep an eye out on this film – so more to follow. Synopsis: There is a

First Look at The Berzerk Death Dealer – Plus Exclusive Interview
Written by Chris Savage, April 30, 2014
If you guys are looking for something a little out there, a bit off the beaten track and as far away from the mainstream as possible, we have your back. From Vishal Rajput of Planet Boom Boom Pictures comes his insane feature The Berzerk Death Dealer, and we have scored a first look with a

Lesson of the Evil Movie Review [Stanley Film Festival]
Written by Flay Otters, April 28, 2014
It goes without saying that Lesson of the Evil‘s director, Takashi Miike, is a legend in the horror genre. He is prolific and aggressive and his films often push the limits and bounds of narrative ideas and naked, unabashed violence. It is a delicate trade-off because if you have something to say, the means by

The Babadook Movie Review [Stanley Film Festival]
Written by Flay Otters, April 28, 2014
Director Jennifer Kent, in her first full-length feature, has crafted a lovely, dark and often creepy story about death and mourning through the mechanism of a seriously unsettling children’s book character. The Babadook is a film that is executed on a very high level: the emotions are raw and real, the scares are built-up and

First Teaser Trailer & Poster for Zombie Fight Club
Written by Chris Savage, April 28, 2014
The first rule of Fight Club is…we all know what the first rule of Fight Club is. But it looks like we’re in a bit of a rule-breaking mood today because we’re talking about it! But this one happens to feature zombies going toe-to-toe with the last of humanity’s prisoners. Welcome to Zombie Fight Club.

Blood Glacier (2014) Movie Review
Written by Flay Otters, April 27, 2014
It is a nice treat to have a film like Marvin Kren’s Blood Glacier exist in the horror world. For all the remakes (and the chatter that surrounds them), all the dime-a-dozen zombie films and the sea of low-minded, low-execution animal/monster attack movies, there can be a diamond in the rough once-in-a-while. Even with its

First Official Trailer for [REC] 4: Apocalypse
Written by Chris Savage, April 25, 2014
It has arrived! Finally we’ve scored the official trailer for Jaume Balaguero’s upcoming sequel,  [REC] 4: Apocalypse, complete with English subtitles! The burning question: Does it look promising? My answer is, “Oh yes!” I’m pretty stoked for this and I’m glad that they’ve dropped the found-footage angle again for this outing. But don’t take my word

First Details & Trailer for Hermit: Monster Killer
Written by Chris Savage, April 22, 2014
With the work week back in full swing, I thought it would be great to give you something a little fun. And what better way to do that than with a new horror comedy from Sweden! Yep, what we have for you is a little creature feature entitled Hermit: Monster Killer. It looks like a

First Details & Artwork for the Korean Serial Killer Film ‘Live TV’
Written by Chris Savage, April 16, 2014
We are officially living in the digital age. Social media is the norm and suddenly everyone is looking to become an online sensation. But, just how far would you go to reach that golden number of  internet ‘hits’ and to catapult you into stardom? Well, if it’s anything like the upcoming Korean film Live TV,

Taking No Prisoners: The Horrors of New French Extremism
Written by Jared, April 12, 2014
The genre of “New Extremism” is deeply routed in horror’s history and a sub-genre of that, recently dubbed “New French Extremism” is a version I find particularly interesting.  New French Extremism lingers in those moral grey areas that litter our world, shocking audiences with its’ unrelenting deceptions of brutal violence and graphic sexuality.  Taboo is

Official ‘Borgman’ Poster & Trailer Inside
Written by Chris Savage, April 9, 2014
And who said originality was dead? Alex van Warmerdam’s Borgman, looks utterly unique and something that I recommend that you guys keep your eyes upon as I expect some truly great things. So, care to take your first look at Borgman? Make your way below for the official poster and trailer. Synopsis: Borgman is the central character

SXSW 2014: What We Do In The Shadows Review
Written by Flay Otters, March 30, 2014
The balance between horror-comedies that work and are enjoyable and ones that absolutely do not is heavily favored to the latter. For every Shaun or Tucker & Dale or Slither in the world there are scores of others that fall somewhere in the range of tolerable to just flat awful. Maybe it is the bent

SXSW 2014: Housebound Movie review
Written by Flay Otters, March 21, 2014
One the beautiful things about film festivals is the chance to happen upon something you might not have had on your radar otherwise. Such is the case with Gerard Johnstone’s Housebound, a wonderful Scooby-Doo yarn through the filter of a dysfunctional -indie-family-comedy that defies expectations and bursts with life and joy and energy. The film