31 Days of Scares- #27 ‘Ghost Ship’ The Wire Scene
Written by Jason McDonald, October 5, 2015
The 31 Days of Scares isn’t a countdown of the best horror movies.  In fact, it’s not even about the best movies. It’s simply about some of my favorite “scares” or scenes from horror movies and they’re in no particular order.  So there’s no need to debate countdown order. It’s pretty random.  With that said:

Official Trailer for ‘Bone Tomahawk’ Starring Kurt Russell
Written by Jason McDonald, October 5, 2015
I’ve been eagerly awaiting the release of “Bone Tomahawk” ever since I read the premise.  And while we’ve still got a little ways to go, we finally have a trailer to hold us over. “Bone Tomahawk” comes by way of first time director S. Craig Zahler who also wrote the feature film and stars Kurt

31 Days of Scares- #28 ‘It’ Georgie Meets Pennywise
Written by Jason McDonald, October 5, 2015
The cold weather is finally start to set in here, in fact, it actually rained today. And with all that rain I got to thinking about dear old Georgie and the time he went playing in the rain. Our 31 Days of Scares countdown continues with number 28 from Stephen King’s “It.”  But before I

George Miller Wants to Make Two More Mad Max Films
Written by Jason McDonald, October 5, 2015
If, like me, you loved “Fury Road” then you’ll be happy to hear that director George Miller has some more car-based carnage up his sleeve. Just don’t expect to see it any time soon. TopGear.com spoke with director George Miller about the long and ardous process of bringing “Fury Road” to life.  The idea behind

Sony Might Also Be Making a ‘Ghostbusters’ Animated Movie
Written by Jason McDonald, October 5, 2015
Oversaturation? We don’t even know the meaning of the word! Although, in Sony’s defense, they aren’t the only movie studio taking a property and stretching it as far as they can.  But in this case it’s hard to imagine an idea like “Ghostbusters” becoming a franchise spanning several different films and now an animated movie.

Lionsgate Wants a ‘Cabin in the Woods 2′- Turns Out Studios Like Money
Written by Jason McDonald, October 4, 2015
“Cabin in the Woods” wasn’t a mega success, but it was still a rather impressive horror outing when the biggest horror movies tended to be those with miniscule budgets. Domestically the film pulled in just over $42 million dollars.  So it’s no surprise that Lionsgate would be interested in another trip to the woods. While

31 Days of Scares- #29 ‘The Thing’ – The Dog Kennel Scene
Written by Jason McDonald, October 4, 2015
Our 31 Days of Scares countdown continues with a scare that’ll send chills down your spine.  Today we’re revisiting the 1982 classic “The Thing.” I gotta give credit to commenter “Master” who suggested this great scare in our first post.  See? I wasn’t kidding when I said I was open to suggestions! “The Thing” is filled

31 Days of Scares- #30 ‘Halloween 3′- The Demonstration Scene
Written by Jason McDonald, October 2, 2015
“Halloween 3: Season of the Witch” is largely considered the black sheep of the “Halloween” series, though I think in recent years people have started to come around to it and finally accept it for what it is. And what it is is a fine little Halloween tale that takes an innocent concept like Halloween

‘Freddy’s Nightmares’ Returns to TV!
Written by Chris Savage, October 2, 2015
Do you have the El Rey Network? If not, you may want to change that as they are doing some pretty awesome stuff over there and now it’s about to get that much more awesome! It has been announced that El Rey has acquired a deal with Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution to license the exclusive

‘The Ring’ Sequel Moves from 2015 to 2016
Written by Jason McDonald, October 2, 2015
Did you know that a “Ring” sequel was coming in 2015? I knew that a “Ring” movie was in development, but it had completely slipped my mind that it was due out next month.  It’s kind of crazy to think we are a month away from a new “Ring” and we haven’t even gotten so

John Carpenter’s ‘Halloween’ Returns to Theatres for One-Night Only
Written by Chris Savage, October 1, 2015
Did you hear, John Carpenter will be performing his soundtracks live for the very first time! But it’s in Iceland, read more about that HERE, but for now, how about reliving John Carpenter’s Halloween on the big-screen just in time for, well, Halloween! Head on down below for all the details you need for this

John Carpenter Will Perform his Soundtracks Live for the First Time . . .  in Iceland
Written by Jason McDonald, October 1, 2015
I’ve never had a news story inspire such high and lows in me within one sentence.  But this certainly does the trick.  For the first time ever John Carpenter will be performing his soundtracks and original works live in concert, but it’ll be awfully hard for us Americans to see. ATP has announced that next

Universal Studios Hollywood’s Halloween Horror Nights 2015 Trip Report
Written by Jason McDonald, October 1, 2015
This past weekend I had the pleasure of being invited down to Universal Studios Hollywood to check out the latest Halloween Horror Night festivities.  This year marks the tenth anniversary of Universal Studios’ return to the Halloween scene and it could very well be one of the best years in recent memory. But that doesn’t mean

The Truth is Still Out There in New Official Trailer for ‘X-Files’
Written by Jason McDonald, September 30, 2015
There are very few things I fanboy about, but even as terrible as “The X-Files” got in the later seasons, it’s still one of my all time favorite shows.  So am I excited about this new series? You better believe it. Fox has released a new official trailer for their upcoming “X-Files” revival.  Unlike previous

John Goodman Heads to ‘Kong: Skull Island’
Written by Jason McDonald, September 29, 2015
Over the last few months there have been lots of movement surrounding “Kong: Skull Island” with actors coming and going and the whole production moving from Universal to Warner Bros.  Then there was the news that King Kong would be doing battle with Godzilla himself.  And with all this news production has yet to begin

Morgan Creek Will NOT Remake ‘The Exorcist’
Written by Jason McDonald, September 29, 2015
Morgan Creek is out there and they’re listening to you people. Last week we saw the early rumors that Morgan Creek could possibly be interested in remaking “The Exorcist.”  To no one’s surprise this caused quite the uproar, but now it looks like we might not have anything to worry about. Today Morgan Creek was

[Video] Mac and Me Recut into a Horror Movie Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, September 28, 2015
If you’ve somehow never had the pleasure of seeing “Mac and Me” then let me reassure you that you are somehow one of the fortunate few.  “Mac and Me” was a terrible attempt at making some quick cash by being a poor “E.T.” imitation.  The film bombed horribly in the U.S. and has achieved a

Raven Banner Catches ‘Crabs!’
Written by Chris Savage, September 26, 2015
Damn! Poor guys. Well, it just goes to show that no-one is immune, but thankfully this sucker is about a different type of crab, more along the lines of those little creatures, the Horseshoe crab. Yep, Raven Banner has picked up the worldwide rights to Pierce Berolzheimer’s creature-feature Crabs! and we have some early details below.

The Third Season of ‘Black Mirror’ Will Consist of 12 New Episodes on Netflix
Written by Chris Savage, September 26, 2015
A little while back we learned that Netflix had picked up Black Mirror, with a third season set to debut on the streaming service, and today we have learned that the third season will consist of twelve episodes! Yep, we’re are going to be in for a treat. The third season will be produced by Charlie Brooker

‘The Witch’ Casts Her Spell This February
Written by Chris Savage, September 25, 2015
Just about a month ago we gave you guys your first look at Robert Eggers’ The Witch, a film that looks freakin’ awesome, but at that time all we knew was that the film was set to be released “sometime” in 2016. But, just like that, as if it were magic, an official release date has