‘Kreator’ Pays Homage to 80s Slashers with Their Official Video for ‘Pleasure to Kill’
Written by Chris Savage, June 14, 2017
It may have taken a mere 31 years, but the legendary German thrashers, Kreator, have finally unleashed an official music video to the title track of their 1986 album of the same name, “Pleasure to Kill”. The video was created in celebration of the upcoming re-releases of their first four records; “Endless Pain“, “Pleasure To Kill“, “Terrible

Mondo Unleashes ‘The Thing’ Board Game Plus a Slew of New Prints for Texas Frightmare Weekend
Written by Chris Savage, May 4, 2017
The guys over at Mondo always manage to create something truly delicious and today is no different as Mondo have teamed up with USAopoly’s designer games division, Project Raygun to unleash the board game The Thing™: Infection At Outpost 31. But that’s not all, courtesy of iHorror, we have your first look at some of the

SEGA CD Game ‘Night Trap’ to be Remastered and Re-Released on the PS4 and Xbox One
Written by Chris Savage, April 26, 2017
Oh, boy… One of the most controversial games of the 90s looks to be rearing its ugly head in 2017 as the SEGA CD game Night Trap is set to be remastered and re-released onto the PS4 and Xbox One sometime this year according to IGN via Limited Run Games. Night Trap will also receive

Wondercon Day One in Photos
Written by Jason McDonald, April 2, 2017
It’s that time of year where we get ready for the big cons by attending what I like to think is the pre-game for the rest of the year: Wondercon. This year is rather light when it comes to the horror, but I decided to do my due diligence and hang around the con to

Like the New ‘It’ Trailer? Here’s a Shot by Shot Comparison with the Original
Written by Jason McDonald, March 31, 2017
I can’t explain it yet, but I’ve been drawn in by the new “It” trailer and I’ve found myself watching it a few times already.  I started to get curious about how the old series would compare with the new one and, thankfully, someone did the leg work for me. This video by YouTube user

The Skullcrawlers in ‘Kong: Skull Island’ Were Based Off of a Pokemon
Written by Jason McDonald, March 31, 2017
Inspiration can be drawn from all sorts of places and given how so many of the new generation of filmmakers grew up in the 80s/90s it’s no surprise that some of them might draw inspiration from one of the hottest ’90s properties: Pokemon. Wired recently posted a video that explored some of the behind-the-scene facts

The Art of Charles Band’s Full Moon Arrives in a Collector’s Edition Art Book in 2017
Written by Chris Savage, November 4, 2016
Charles Band has delivered some iconic films throughout the years, with each film delivering a visual treat to the eye thanks to the artwork that you see on the cover of the Blu-ray, DVD or even VHS. And with Full Moon having an absolute slew of films under their banner, it only makes sense that a

[Video] If You Thought Your Job Sucked Just Imagine if you Worked with Jigsaw
Written by Jason McDonald, October 24, 2016
Remember a few years ago when a little comedic video called “Living with Jigsaw” was released?  Well, unlike the films the comedy skit was based on, director Chris Capel took his time and waited several years before finally releasing a sequel and it seems to have paid off. The new comedy short “Working with Jigsaw”

[Video] The Most Bizarre Fake Trailer You’ll See About Potatoes Today
Written by Jason McDonald, October 6, 2016
The internet is a magical place.  Where else will you see a boyfriend and a girlfriend team-up to create a fake trailer where a woman is haunted by potatoes?  Most likely nowhere else. “Peeled: The Potato Resurrection” is sure to be the most bizarre potato-related experience you’ll have this week. To describe it would just

[Review] The Queen Mary Sails into Dark Waters
Written by Jason McDonald, October 6, 2016
For eleven months out of the year the historic Queen Mary rests peacefully on the Long Beach harbor.  The ship, once a majestic liner, is now a floating museum and hotel where guests can come and marvel at it’s glory and appreciate its long history.  However, during one month of the year the ship turns

Knott’s Berry Farm Unveils the Full Slate of Scares for this Years Knott’s Scary Farm
Written by Jason McDonald, August 28, 2016
The summer days are finally dying out and Fall is just peaking around the corner.  That can mean only one thing: it’s nearly Halloween season.  And while I’m the type of person to complain about Christmas decorations infesting stores early and early, you’ll hear no such complaints from me about the Halloween season.  I’m more

‘American Horror Story’ to Haunt Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights
Written by Jason McDonald, August 17, 2016
I know feelings tend to be mixed about “American Horror Story”, but there’s no doubt that the show has become quite the cultural sensation.  And now it’s diving deeper into the mainstream this year with an appearance at this year’s Halloween Horror Nights in Hollywood and Orlando. Universal Studios announced that the hit FX series

More Photos From Our Comic Con 2016 Trip
Written by Jason McDonald, July 24, 2016
My time in San Diego has mercifully come to an end.  Once again I end the trip dying from heat exhaustion and rattled from being crushed by the masses.  Still, even though I nearly lost my mind several times, I’ll be sad when it’s finally all over. But that being said, here’s a few more

Here’s Our Photographic Trip Report from Comic Con (Preview Night)
Written by Jason McDonald, July 22, 2016
Here we go, into the breach once again as we descend into the swirling madness that surrounds San Diego every July.  Will we make it out alive? Will I suckered into buying crap I don’t need?  Will I find my house keys before we leave?  Join us and find out as we head to Comic

Criterion to Release ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’ and a Guillermo Del Toro Trilogy Pack this October
Written by Jason McDonald, July 19, 2016
If you’ve been thinking about sprucing up your Guillermo Del Toro collection (you do have one, right?) you might want to hold off on that for a little bit.  Criterion is getting ready to pay proper tribute to one of my favorite directors. Releasing on October 11, 2016 Criterion will be taking a trip into

Michael Myers Returns to Universal Studios for Halloween Horror Nights
Written by Jason McDonald, July 8, 2016
The dog days of summer are upon us, but with the heat comes something that I look forward too all year long.  It’s about this time of the year that Universal Studios really starts to announce their lineup for their annual Halloween Horror Nights event and today we’ve learned that a Halloween classic is returning

The Official ‘Evil Dead II’ Board Game Needs Your Help
Written by Chris Savage, July 7, 2016
Have you ever wanted to do battle with deadites but you’ve just never had the opportunity to lay your hands on the Necronomicon Ex-Mortis? Well, with the help of some friends, and a little imagination your dreams can come true as Space Goat Productions are creating the officially licensed Evil Dead II board game and

‘Aliens’ Cast Reuniting at Comic-Con for 30th Anniversary Event
Written by Jason McDonald, July 7, 2016
It’s been 30 years since “Aliens” originally released on July 18, 1986.  Think about that, people have been born and now live under crushing college debt since that film released. Amazing.  To celebrate the big occasion Twentieth Century Fox is having a 30th Anniversary panel at Comic-Con that’ll reunite the cast and crew. EW broke

Jon Lajoie Has Put Together an Amazing Tribute to ‘Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning’
Written by Jason McDonald, July 6, 2016
If you’ve watched “The League” then you’d recognize Jon Lajoie as the loveable goofball Taco.  However, Lajoie is also a musician that blends humor and music with his band Wolfie’s Just Fine.  His latest project diverges from the laughs, though, and takes a full on nostalgic dive into ’80s horror with a music video that

Scream Factory is Releasing a 40th Anniversary Collector’s Edition of ‘Carrie’
Written by Jason McDonald, June 30, 2016
Brace yourself.  If you saw “Carrie” when it was originally released in 1976… it has now been forty years since then.  And while you let that sink in and reflect upon your life, I have good news: we’re getting a 40th anniversary collector’s edition of “Carrie” from Scream Factory. Entertainment Weekly revealed news today along