Horror Features

TRAILER: Watch The “Cub” Scouts Earn a Badge of Death
Written by Stephanie Joyce, Posted 3 Days Ago. | No Comments
Part of the Toronto International Film Fest’s “Midnight Madness” series comes an interesting Belgium film called Cub, brought to the screen by first-time feature director Jonas Govaerts. The synopsis of the film claims that this is Lord of the Flies meets The Devil’s Backbone to create a world of childhood terrors. But if you ask me, [...]

Trailer: Fear Meets A Strong Heroine In ‘The Guest’
Written by Stephanie Joyce, Posted 3 Days Ago. | No Comments
Now this seriously looks cool. Right when I thought The Guest was going to be like a Fear remake, a girl steps up to the plate and fights back. I like it. And there’s a similar character arc that we saw unfold with the kick-ass female Aussie in You’re Next. Oh wait, that’s because it [...]

These [Rec 4]: Apocalypse Stills Will Eat You Right Up!
Written by Stephanie Joyce, Posted 4 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
We’ve been reporting the news on [Rec 4]: Apocalypse for a while now. And now more stills for the upcoming Toronto Film Festival premiere have arrived and we’re going put em’ up as them come in! Before it hits theaters, [Rec 4] has one last stop to go as it will be part of the “Midnight Madness” [...]

Photos: What We Do In The Shadows Will Haunt You
Written by Stephanie Joyce, Posted 4 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
So there are a lot of movies making their premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, but TIFF is just one of many stops for this one. What I love is that the the unusual and unfettered films are given the same publicity and love as the more popular horror franchises. But hey, that’s what festivals are [...]

The Editor Premiering at Toronto Film Fest
Written by Stephanie Joyce, Posted 5 Days Ago. | No Comments
From the minds of Adam Brooks (Producer) and Mathew Kennedy (Director), who made such micro-budget features like Manborg and Father’s Day, their quirky vision for cinema will be followed up by The Editor which will premiere at Toronto International Film Festival early September. Here is a preview of what you can expect by film reviewer [...]

The Toolbox Murders 3: Poster and Filming Underway
Written by Stephanie Joyce, Posted 6 Days Ago. | 2 Comments
The saga continues in Toolbox Murders 3 as filming should be underway soon and the production completed by 2015.  Here is the fantastic poster and what we know so far, provided by TriCoast Worldwide: This next installment of the mega successful Tool Box Murders franchise is currently in pre-pro casting for major movie stars and featuring [...]

New Trailer: Feed the Gods and Your Visual Appetite!
Written by Stephanie Joyce, Posted 6 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
Looks like I’ve been finding a couple of titles with the word “Feed” in it. Maybe this is all building up to the popular theme of cannibalism that is not as taboo today as we can see it explored in TV shows as well as movies more and more. From director Brandon Croft, the movie [...]

The Bunnyman Massacre Review, It Will Transfix You!
Written by Stephanie Joyce, Posted 6 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
We have landed the trailer and early thoughts on The Bunnyman Massacre and it may just blow your mind. Tell me if you heard about this one. Two hillbilly’s: One’s a mute dressed up in a bunny costume and the other one likes to torture and kill…All for the love of jerky. We’ve been following [...]

Evil Feed: DVD plus Digital Release
Written by Stephanie Joyce, Posted 7 Days Ago. | 7 Comments
With tag-lines like “If You Tap-Out, You’re Take Out” as part of the fan-fare for the movie, who wouldn’t be interested in seeing this grindhouse-style film? Out today on DVD and Digital Release (Amazon Prime, etc.) is Evil Feed. Based on the premise of an underground MMA fighting ring where the loser becomes delicatessen for rich [...]

Want Zombies? Get Your “Re-Kill” Fill!
Written by Stephanie Joyce, Posted 7 Days Ago. | No Comments
Find the Re-Kill extended, six-minute promo reel here first! The music is very Tarantino-esque and the zombies are very dead. Just the way we like em’. And what I love about this movie’s angle on a zombie story is that it is told from the point-of-view of the soldiers hired to take down “Re-Animates”. It [...]

Encounter Poster and Trailer
Written by Stephanie Joyce, Posted 7 Days Ago. | No Comments
Stumbled across the Encounter poster and trailer for your viewing pleasure. It’s a movie about newlyweds that decide to live happily ever after on a farm. And I personally love the homage it pays to the famous “American Gothic” painting as the couple looks zombified and dead. Very, very dead. Here is the synopsis released [...]

Jersey Shore Massacre: Release and Trailer
Written by Stephanie Joyce, Posted 10 Days Ago. | No Comments
After the television reign of Jersey Shore has ended, Jennifer “JWOWW” Farley has now dabbled in movie producing to come up with Jersey Shore Massacre. A title that simply nods to the ever-dwindling fame of the show. Having lived in Jersey for 7 years myself, the legend of the “Jersey Devil” is one of the [...]

Slew Hampshire Poster and Teaser
Written by Stephanie Joyce, Posted 10 Days Ago. | No Comments
Now the title “Slew Hampshire” already gets my vote for best pun in a horror movie title. From what I gathered from the teaser, it  gives off a Cabin Fever meets Deliverance-type vibe. With a size-able budget for an indie horror movie, $1-3 million, Slew Hampshire promises to deliver on the gore. And they happen [...]

Here Comes Julia: Official Poster and Trailer
Written by Stephanie Joyce, Posted 11 Days Ago. | No Comments
Horror movies that portray a truly good main character gone bad throughout the story are few and far between, but always very memorable. As an audience, you are torn between conventional morals and inevitably rooting for the main character even after the change as you feel personally invested in what this person has gone through. [...]

Ever See A Killer Mermaid?  Check Out the Trailer Within
Written by Stephanie Joyce, Posted 11 Days Ago. | 2 Comments
So the title sounds a little silly, but once you watch the trailer for Epic Pictures Group’s Killer Mermaid (originally titled Nymph), you’re gonna want to watch it when it comes out. A movie made in Serbia, the visual aesthetics look gorgeously shot amongst an old-world town in the foreign country. Here is the synopsis [...]

13 Horror Movies To Watch on Mothers Day
Written by Herner Klenthur, Posted 115 Days Ago. | 6 Comments
Its Mother’s day this weekend which means today you should be doing incredibly nice things for your mother dearest. If you dont you might just face her wrath! In honor of Mothers Day we are looking at 13 horror movies to watch on Mothers Day that are sure to make you want to hug your [...]

Thrills and Chills: Flight of the Falcon
Written by Jason McDonald, Posted 120 Days Ago. | No Comments
I have a special fondness for drop tower rides.  At a base level, they all do the same thing.  After being strapped into a harness, you’re slowly lifted several hundred feet into the air.  Then, once you’ve been given ample time to regret your choices in life, the ride suddenly gives way and you freefall [...]

Horror Writers Wanted!
Written by TheM, Posted 127 Days Ago. | 2 Comments
Do you love horror? Do you want to write about the horror genre? Well, we have the gig for you! We are specifically looking for a day-to-day news contributor to join our daily horror movie news team. If you are up on the latest horror news and have it dripping into your blood stream from an [...]

Thrills and Chills: Cruisin’ with Helix
Written by Jason McDonald, Posted 127 Days Ago. | No Comments
The fruits of German innovation have come to bear this week in Gothenburg, Sweden as “Helix” made its grand debut on Saturday. While this slick roller coaster isn’t shattering records, it’s proving to be a smartly designed attraction. “Helix” looks to forgo intense heights and breakneck speeds for a streamlined experience that winds, bends, and [...]

Lesson of the Evil Movie Review [Stanley Film Festival]
Written by Flay Otters, Posted 128 Days Ago. | No Comments
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 [...]