‘The Exorcist’ Season 2 Premieres This September!
Written by Chris Savage, June 22, 2017
Many of us fans of The Exorcist TV series were worried that FOX had cast the series out for good but, word came back in May that the second season had been renewed which left most of us so joyous thinking that it would be an excellent day for an exorcism. However, at that time we

This ‘Jurassic World’ Sequel Poster Reveals a ‘Fallen Kingdom’
Written by Chris Savage, June 22, 2017
Well, with dinosaurs running rampant in Jurassic World, it was only a matter of time before life found a way but, what will be left and what will they have for us this time around? Well, judging by the newly released official teaser poster, we can reveal that the sequel will be titled Jurassic World:

‘Saw 8’ Becomes ‘Jigsaw’ – Release Date Officially Announced
Written by Chris Savage, June 21, 2017
The eighth film in the Saw franchise had a title of Saw: Legacy floating around, but it appears as if the powers that be have decided on something a little more straight to the point, the new title is simply Jigsaw and their official Facebook page have just confirmed that Jigsaw will indeed be heading to

The Team Behind the BBC ‘Sherlock’ Series Are Making a Dracula Series
Written by Jason McDonald, June 21, 2017
From one public domain literary character to another, it looks like the duo behind BBC’s “Sherlock” series is looking to bring Bram Stoker’s “Dracula” to the small screen. RadioTimes is confirming a report that Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss are teaming up to work on a series of 90-minute episodes based on Bram Stoker’s “Dracula.”

‘The Evil Within 2’ and ‘Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus’ Release New Trailers
Written by Jason McDonald, June 12, 2017
After Microsoft’s press conference today I was feeling a little let down by the horror offerings presented so far, but Bethesda may have just won the show for me. “Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus” was leaked earlier this week, so it wasn’t too much of a surprise when it was revealed, but nothing could have prepared

Microsoft Unveils Trailers for ‘State of Decay 2’ and ‘Metro Exodus’
Written by Jason McDonald, June 12, 2017
E3 is underway and today Microsoft revealed a slew of new games coming to the system in the next few years.  And while there were a ton of intriguing games (like “Last Night“).  But for our purposes there were two games scratched the horror itch. The first of which is a sequel to the extremely

[Review] ‘The Mummy’ Might Unravel Universal’s Dark Universe
Written by Jason McDonald, June 12, 2017
I know the idea of Universal starting a monster universe, now known as the “Dark Universe,” was a bit divisive amongst horror fans to say the least.   However, I had some generally optimistic feelings for the idea.  I grew up on the classic Universal monsters and, even though they weren’t the best in the

Here’s a Shocker – ‘Amityville: The Awakening’ Has Been Pushed Back Again!
Written by Chris Savage, June 8, 2017
I really feel for Franck Khalfoun and the cast and crew of Amityville: The Awakening. It’s one thing to have your film butchered and cut from a R to a PG-13 movie, but what’s worse is having the release date of the film being changed numerous times, I mean this sucker was meant to come out

New Trailer Has Arrived for “Volume 1” of Neill Blomkamp’s Awesome Experimental Shorts
Written by Chris Savage, June 6, 2017
While it appears that we may never see Neill Blomkamp’s Alien sequel, he isn’t just about to rest on his laurels, instead he is keeping extremely busy with his latest venture Oats Studios. His very own studio will allow Blomkamp to play around with a slew of experimental shorts which could in turn be adapted into feature

‘Tales from the Crypt’ is Dead for Now at TNT
Written by Jason McDonald, June 2, 2017
It was over a year ago that we first learned TNT had intentions of bringing “Tales from the Crypt” back from the dead and back to television.  Since then there has been a lot of speculation about whether or not the series would actually make it to air.  Well, now we know for sure kiddies. In

Adam Wingard Will Direct ‘Godzilla vs. King Kong’
Written by Jason McDonald, May 31, 2017
Adam Wingard is a well known name amongst horror fans and indie film aficionados, but while films like “You’re Next” and “The Guest” were amazing, they haven’t been the big screen draws that would launch him onto  a bigger platform. However, he’s about to get a big boost in notoriety with the help of some

This New ‘Castlevania’ Artwork Goes Old School
Written by Chris Savage, May 30, 2017
How many of you are stoked for Netflix’s animated Castlevania series? Just a few days ago we unleashed the first teaser trailer to give you a taste of what to expect and now some new artwork has arrived which is sure to look familiar to some of you. It’s a sweet piece of artwork which

RLJ Entertainment and Shudder Join Forces for Some ‘Mayhem’
Written by Chris Savage, May 25, 2017
Joe Lynch’s (Everly) upcoming flick Mayhem has already garnered a ton of hype and it only gets bigger as RLJ Entertainment and AMC Network’s Shudder have acquired the film for distribution, which will see it in theatres, On Demand, as well as making its streaming premiere on Shudder. Check out all the details below as

[Trailer] ‘Castlevania’ Heads to Netflix This Summer with an Animated Series
Written by Jason McDonald, May 25, 2017
One day I’d like to see someone take on a live-action adaptation of “Castlevania”, but in the meantime, an animated series is just as good too. Netflix revealed the first trailer today for their upcoming animated adaptation of the classic Nintendo game “Castlevania.”  The series comes by way of Frederator Studios who worked on shows

‘Annabelle: Creation’ to Have a Gala Screening at LA Film Festival
Written by Jason McDonald, May 24, 2017
Summer is nearly upon us and that can only mean one thing: Southern California film festivals.  This year the LA Film Festival is set to run from June 14 through the 22nd.  And with the festival right around the corner we’ve gotten a pretty good look at what’s to come.  However, they announced the addition

The Resident Evil Films Are Getting a Reboot
Written by Jason McDonald, May 22, 2017
If, at this moment, you’re asking “Wasn’t the last film called ‘Resident Evil: The Final Chapter?’  Why are they making more films?” Then I’d like to personally welcome you to the horror genre, where the end is only just the beginning. While doing their thing at the Cannes film festival Variety spoke with Martin Moszkowicz who is

Netflix’s ‘The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance’ Series Will be a Prequel to the Film
Written by Chris Savage, May 19, 2017
The Dark Crystal, the film that gave me some of the most vivid dreams/nightmares of my childhood will hopefully once again ignite those same dreams as Netflix have just announced that they will be unleashing a prequel to the film in the form of a series which is titled The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance.

Jordan Peele is Teaming up with Bad Robot and HBO for ‘Lovecraft Country’
Written by Jason McDonald, May 18, 2017
After the huge success of “Get Out” Jordan Peele is pretty much able to do whatever he wants right now and, thankfully, it looks like he wants to do more horror. Deadline is reporting that “Get Out”director Jordan Peele is teaming up with Bad Robot and Warner Bros Television to bring a new hour-long series

First Look at John Goodman in Sci-Fi Film ‘Captive State’
Written by Chris Savage, May 15, 2017
If you were after more extraterrestrial mayhem and John Goodman, you’re in luck, as both are set to be featured in Rupert Wyatt’s (Rise of the Planet of the Apes, The Gambler) upcoming sci-fi flick Captive State, and below we’ve scored your first look at Goodman in the film courtesy of Focus Features, and he appears to

Danny McBride Reveals that the New ‘Halloween’ Could Move Away from the Supernatural Elements
Written by Jason McDonald, May 15, 2017
As much as I love the “Halloween” series, the current state of Michael Myers is a bit of an enigma.  The first movie kind of left it to your imagination whether or not he was evil incarnate or just a crazy guy.  After that things started to drift more towards the supernatural spectrum with Myers