[Trailer] Found Footage Gets Biblical in ‘Jeruzalem’
Written by Jason McDonald, November 25, 2015
Alright, I’m just gonna get this out the way.  Putting a “z” in Jerusalem is really really really silly. Like, painfully so.  I don’t understand the logic behind it.  Is it an attempt to make the name Jerusalem be edgy?  If it’s an attempt to be cool, brother, that fad went out in the early

‘It Follows’ and ‘Bone Tomahawk’ Get Nominations at the Film Independent Spirit Awards
Written by Jason McDonald, November 25, 2015
After all of the glowing reviews and praise that “It Follows” received, it seemed inevitable that the film would somehow somewhere get a bit of recognition.  So it’s nice to see that the Spirit Awards have placed given it some very notable nominations.  What does come as a surprise though is that “Bone Tomahawk” has

Tom Cruise May Star in Universal’s Mummy Reboot
Written by Jason McDonald, November 24, 2015
If yesterday’s rumor about Angelina Jolie starring in “The Bride of Frankenstein” and today’s bit of news are to be believed, then it really seems like Universal is swinging for the fences when it comes to their new Monster Universe.  Hopefully the big name stars don’t outshine the actual stars of these films: the monsters.

Kevin Bacon Will Star in a New ‘Tremors’ TV Series
Written by Jason McDonald, November 24, 2015
The one thing “Tremors” fans have been waiting for is finally about to happen. Kevin Bacon is returning to once again do battle with graboids.  But, in an interesting twist, he won’t be doing it on the big screen. Way back in August we learned that Kevin Bacon was open to the idea of returning

Michael Biehn Reveals that Newt Would Return in Blomkamp’s Alien Sequel
Written by Jason McDonald, November 24, 2015
For now it seems as if Neill Blomkamp’s “Alien” dream project is on indefinite hold until after Ridley Scott’s newly christened “Alien” film is out.  At this point it’s uncertain how long we’ll have to wait until we can see Blomkamp’s vision on the big screen, but in the meantime, some new details have emerged about

Angelina Jolie Might Play the Bride of Frankenstein
Written by Jason McDonald, November 24, 2015
This is a very extreme MIGHT as the news comes by way of a passing comment in a longer article.  Over on THR they have an article up about big studios doing “favors” for Hollywood stars.  Basically it means studios risking large sums of money to fund passion projects for big stars who might return

A Prequel to ‘Krampus’ Is Coming to Town in the form of a Graphic Novel
Written by Chris Savage, November 23, 2015
Are you guys stoked for Legendary Pictures’ Christmas horror flick Krampus? Of course you are! This sucker just screams all kinds of awesome, much due to the fact that Trick ‘r Treat director Michael Dougherty is behind this one. So, what would you say to a prequel before the movie comes out? Well, head on down below as

[Trailer] ‘Midnight Special’ Aims to Blend Spielberg with Carpenter in a New Sci-Fi Thriller
Written by Jason McDonald, November 22, 2015
Writer and director Jeff Nichols is building an impressive resume for himself with quality films like “Take Shelter” and “Mud” under his belt, so it’s easy to see why people are invoking such big names for his next film. “Midnight Special” reunites director Nichols with “Take Shelter” star Michael Shannon and pulls in notable names like

A ‘Riddick’ Sequel and TV Series Are in the Works
Written by Jason McDonald, November 22, 2015
I think Vin Diesel tends to make pretty okay movies, but outside of the “Fast and Furious” franchise, my personal favorite Diesel movie was “Pitch Black.”  It did an excellent job of blending together sci-fi and horror and created a ridiculously badass character in the form of Riddick.  “Chronicles of Riddick” sort of lost the

Sean S. Cunningham is Remaking ‘House’ With a Female Lead
Written by Jason McDonald, November 20, 2015
Here we go! We’ve got another horror remake on our hands, but this one, unlike some of the others that have come to pass, at least has one of the original production members involved.  Is that enough to ease your worried minds? I’m guessing: no. This past Friday the 13th writer/director/producer Sean S. Cunningham was

Daniel Kaluuya Will Star in Jordan Peele’s Horror Film ‘Get Out’
Written by Jason McDonald, November 19, 2015
Back in September we learned that ‘Key and Peele’ star Jordan Peele was breaking out of his usual material and heading to horror with a new project that he was writing and directing.  Now things are starting to move forward on that project and we know who will be starring in it. According to Deadline Daniel

ABC Family is Working on a Summer Camp Horror Series
Written by Jason McDonald, November 19, 2015
ABC Family isn’t known for horror, in fact, their Halloween specials usually include repeat airings of “Hocus Pocus” and “Harry Potter.”  Don’t get me wrong, I like “Hocus Pocus”, but clearly their attempts at horror have been the mildest form of mild.  But that might soon change. ABC Family has announced that they’re creating a new teen

Official Synopsis, Release Date & Artwork for ‘Alien: Covenant’
Written by Chris Savage, November 16, 2015
As you know, Ridley Scott’s follow-up to Prometheus is on the horizon, a film that was once titled Alien: Paradise Lost, has once again had a title change in the form of Alien: Covenant, and with that we have scored some early artwork, the synopsis and a release date. However, with the release so far

Check Out Jason in Action in this Pre-Alpha ‘Friday the 13th: The Game’ Footage
Written by Jason McDonald, November 14, 2015
Well, another Friday the 13th has come and gone and we still don’t have a new “Friday the 13th” movie. However, the guys behind the upcoming “Friday the 13th” game have us covered with this look at their pre-alpha gameplay. If you’re new to video game terminology, think of pre-alpha as an extremely rough draft

‘Mystery Science Theater 3000′ Heads to Kickstarter for a New Series
Written by Jason McDonald, November 10, 2015
It’s the day “Mystery Science Theater 3000″ fans have been waiting for all their lives. The iconic show that riffed on god awful films is finally making a push to come back.  And this isn’t some rumor or idea floating around, this is an honest to goodness return and it’s taking place on Kickstarter right

‘Walking Dead’ Casts Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan
Written by Jason McDonald, November 10, 2015
Fans of the “Walking Dead” comic book series have been awaiting this bit of news for some time now. Who would have the task of playing the infamous character known as Negan?  And can AMC even successfully pull him off given his vulgar nature?  Well, we at least know the answer to one of those

[Updated] George A. Romero’s ‘Empire of the Dead’ Finds a Home at AMC?
Written by Chris Savage, November 10, 2015
You know how it is, when we get something good they will milk it for all it’s worth, and AMC definitely knows a good thing when they’ve got it. The Walking Dead has done tremendous things for the network and so much so that they even commissioned a spin-off in the form of Fear the

Kelsey Grammer and Kellan Lutz Join Spider Film ‘The Nest’
Written by Jason McDonald, November 10, 2015
Do spiders freak you out? How about ancient labyrinths? What about. . . 3D?!  Well, prepare yourself and your odd mish mash of phobias for the new action sci-fi flick “The Nest.” “The Nest” comes by way of director Kimble Rendall, who previously worked on the shark film “Bait”, and is being billed as “the largest Chinese-Australian co-production

Official Photo and Details from Meir Zarchi’s Direct Sequel to ‘I Spit On Your Grave’
Written by Chris Savage, November 9, 2015
As you know, they have been a slew of sequels to Steven R. Monroe’s stellar remake of I Spit On Your Grave, and while I haven’t seen the sequels I’ve heard they didn’t exactly hit a home-run. Last year we ushered in the news that Meir Zarchi and Camille Keaton would be reuniting for the direct sequel to

Fallout 4 PS4 Review- Into the Wasteland Once More
Written by Jason McDonald, November 9, 2015
It’s been five years since the last time a lone wanderer ventured out into the wasteland and left their mark on the future of humanity. The “Fallout” series is back with “Fallout 4″ and this time we’re heading to Boston to explore the Bean Town wasteland.  Is this sequel prepared to survive in a new