Exclusive: Jessica Cameron Talks Mania, Police Run-Ins & Much More
Written by Chris Savage, August 31, 2015
Over the past few years, women in horror have taken the genre by storm. They have made it their own and are now putting out some of the best horror films we have seen in years, and one of these fine ladies is none other than Jessica Cameron. She really is one of a kind.

Exclusive: Bianca Allaine Talks Zombinatrix & More
Written by Chris Savage, August 15, 2015
Earlier this month we received word in regards to Michael Kyne and Bianca Allaine’s first feature project Zombinatrix, a film that simply screams awesome, straight from the title. So, I just had to learn more, and graciously Bianca agreed to answer a few questions about the film which you can view below. If you’re a fan of

Exclusive: Zach Green of Fatal Pictures Talks Heir & Much More
Written by Chris Savage, August 8, 2015
Last month we finally gave you guys the teaser trailer for Richard Powell’s latest short horror film Heir, a film which is produced by Fatal Pictures. So, I was pretty stoked by said teaser and managed to get a hold of one of the producers, Zach Green, and he kindly agreed to answer some questions regarding the

5 Vacation Spots You Should Avoid
Written by Suspiria_89, August 8, 2015
It’s been a long hard day. First you had to wake up at the crack of dawn to head out to your shitty job just so you could make enough money to be broke, then after work you go home to your apartment where you find out that your girlfriend has broken up with and

Horror Writers Wanted!
Written by TheM, August 3, 2015
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

The Vatican Tapes (2015) Review
Written by Flay Otters, July 25, 2015
You’d be well within your right to let out a sigh at the arrival of another possession movie, especially following the crop of recent horror dealing with this subject. Things like The Devil Inside, Last Exorcism (parts 1 and 2), The Possession etc have been a sorry lot – there really is only so far

Exclusive: Nathan Thomas Milliner Talks The Confession of Fred Krueger
Written by Chris Savage, July 14, 2015
Earlier today we received word via the fine folks over at Dread Central, that Nathan Thomas Milliner, the awesome artist who has created a slew of designs for Scream Factory and for HorrorHound Magazine has created a fan film out of respect of Wes Craven’s A Nightmare On Elm Street, and it just so happens to be a prequel

Exclusive: Andrew Sensenig Talks Ayla, We Are Still Here and Much More
Written by Chris Savage, July 13, 2015
In our continued coverage and support of Elias’ latest crowd-funded project Ayla, we have scored another interview and this time we got the chance to speak with the ever awesome Andrew Sensenig, regarding the film, other projects and much more. Andrew is such a great guy, so for us this is a huge honor and

Exclusive: Jennifer Lynn Warren Talks ‘Ayla’
Written by Chris Savage, July 10, 2015
In our ongoing support for Elias’ latest crowd-funded project Ayla [See their Kickstarter], we have been talking to various cast members regarding their upcoming roles in the film and today we have the ever wonderful Jennifer Lynn Warren who has starred in Fred Andrews’ Creature and most notably a role in the TV show American Horror

Exclusive: Bill Oberst Jr. Discusses ‘Ayla’ and Much More
Written by Chris Savage, July 8, 2015
I’ve been writing for Horror-Movies.ca for a little over five years now and in that time there has been one man that continues to appreciate my work. No matter how bad my spelling or grammar is, this man just seems to see the good in everything and his name is the one and only Bill

Exclusive: Tristan Risk Talks ‘Ayla’ and Much More
Written by Chris Savage, July 7, 2015
We here take great pride in horror films, especially the indie scene as that is where the magic truly happens. Directors, writers, actors and actresses are more free to express themselves without having to be toned down, edited or basically butchered at the hands of a major studio. But sometimes these guys need a little help

[Review] Zombieworld Uses Practical Effects That Blow Your Mind, Literally
Written by Stephanie Joyce, March 9, 2015
Remember the days of Evil Dead and Dead Alive – directors Sam Raimi and Peter Jackson from their days of horror – where we loved watching skeletons and ghouls tear limbs from bodies and transform (in stop-motion fashion) while making us believe this can all really happen? Well, the days of practical effects live again

[Trailer] No Boys Allowed In Slasher ‘Girlhouse’
Written by Stephanie Joyce, February 10, 2015
Slated to be released Friday the 13th, and one of the movies featured in last year’s Screamfest in Los Angeles, is the slasher throw-back film Girlhouse. And if you think this movie is about a bunch of college girls that get paid to make naughty videos – that conveniently pay enough for them to go

5 Most Frightening Dreams in a Horror Film
Written by PoppaScotch, January 19, 2015
The dream sequence is one of the most valuable narrative tools available to writers and filmmakers because it provides a distinct visual representation of what is going on in a specific characters mind.  Many times, this can take the place of a voice over and in most cases, it’s a time of freedom to break

[Poster] This ‘Sweet Home’ Will Haunt You
Written by Stephanie Joyce, December 9, 2014
Brought to us by Filmax International, we discover a familiar tagline of a couple exploring an abandoned building. But who they find is truly horrifying in this escape thriller with a twist. Sweet Home is slated to complete production in 2015, but here’s what we’ve found on the premise… Alicia has a surprise to celebrate her boyfriend Simon’s

“Slender Man” Look-alike ‘Flay’ Will Trap Your Soul
Written by Stephanie Joyce, December 3, 2014
Don’t know if anyone has heard about the new “Slender Man” entity that steals the show in the movie Flay, which is currently in post-production looking to be released in 2015. And from what we’re hearing from Pham Factory productions, they are sparing no expense and taking the time to make the effects look brutal.

The Walking Dead ‘Cobalt’ Companion Series Introduces Cast
Written by Stephanie Joyce, December 2, 2014
With the death of a beloved Walking Dead member, its comforting to know that a whole new cast will be introduced to one of the biggest television fan-bases in the world for the spin-off series officially titled Cobalt… And eventually get killed off one by one. Over 6 million people watched the mid-season finale last

New Poster For Juarez 2045 Starring Danny Trejo
Written by Stephanie Joyce, December 1, 2014
The year, well 2045 of course, and the War on drugs in Mexico has escalated as drug Cartels use robots to enforce their operations. A Marine goes to Juarez in search for his brother’s killer who leads the robotic Cartel. And no movie at this crazy scale would be complete without Danny Trejo. What I

[Official Trailer] Alien Outpost Comes To IFC Midnight
Written by Stephanie Joyce, November 27, 2014
Just released from IFC is the first official trailer for Alien Outpost and it looks very District 9 meets Predator as we get a great view of what the baddies look like in the trailer. The feature is the directorial debut of Jabbar Raisani, a visual FX supervisor with credits including Game of Thrones, Machete

‘Seventh Son’ stars Julianne Moore and Jeff Bridges
Written by Stephanie Joyce, November 26, 2014
If you are a fan of The Spook’s Apprentice novel and want more monsters and ghostly apparitions than you can shake a stick at, then look no further. Also, if you were curious where else you can find The Chronicles of Narnia star Ben Barnes, you can see him and more in the Seventh Son