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Netflix Releases the First Teaser for Adam Wingard’s ‘Death Note’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 24, 2017
As a guy who has a casual knowledge of “Death Note” I bring a certain perspective to the teaser down below.  However, I’ve asked around, and the people that I know that like “Death Note” the anime seem to have some pretty strong feelings regarding the trailer. “Death Note” is the new film by Adam

‘Zombieland 2’ Still in Active Development According to Writers
Written by Jason McDonald, March 24, 2017
It’s time for your annual “Zombieland” sequel update.  The last time I remember talking about the often mentioned sequel was around April 2016 when we thought the film was about to go into production that summer.  As you can tell by the lack of any further “Zombieland 2” news, that never came to pass. However,

Tim Curry is Confirmed for ‘Pennywise: The Story of IT’ Documentary
Written by Chris Savage, March 22, 2017
One company that is unequivocally knocking it out of the park with their documentaries is Dead Mouse Productions. They have given us such in-depth material as You’re So Cool, Brewster! The Story of Fright Night, Unearthed & Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary, Leviathan The Story of Hellraiser and Hellbound: Hellraiser II, and that’s just

New ‘Ash vs. The Army of Darkness’ Comic Looks to Swallow Your Soul
Written by Chris Savage, March 21, 2017
Army of Darkness fans rejoice! A new comic is on the horizon and its to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Army of Darkness, and better yet is that the first issue will cost just $0.99! It’s a sort of S-Mart special if you like, and below we have your first look as well as the

[Review] ‘The Belko Experiment’ Produces Some Gorey Results
Written by Jason McDonald, March 21, 2017
James Gunn (“Slither”) and Greg McLean (“Wolf Creek”) are an interesting pairing.  Mclean’s “Wolf Creek” series has a reputation for brutality while James Gunn tends to produce films with a bit of wit and bizarre charm.  With their powers combined will we get a film that compliments both styles or fall a bit short of each?

J.D. Dillard in Talks to Direct a New Remake of ‘The Fly’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 16, 2017
The idea of a “Fly” remake isn’t anything new.  A quick search shows that the idea has been bouncing around since at least 2012 and, no doubt, long before that.  But now the idea appears to be more concrete as Fox has found a potential crew to take on the project. According to Deadline Fox

A New Red Band Trailer Has Arrived for Daniel Espinosa’s ‘Life’
Written by Chris Savage, March 15, 2017
We actually have it pretty good this year as not only is Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant hitting theatres this year, we’re also getting another alien flick in the form of Daniel Espinosa’s Life, and it looks pretty good. Granted, the trailer below, which is a red band trailer, perhaps reveals too much, so if you’re looking

[Review] ‘Kong: Skull Island’ Shows That Kong is Still King
Written by Jason McDonald, March 14, 2017
There have been a lot of valid criticisms directed at such films like “Pacific Rim” and “Godzilla,” but I’m thrilled to see giant monster action returning to the screen.  And now the granddaddy of them all, Kong, has returned to tear things up.  Is this classic beast able to reclaim his throne or is it

A New Clip Has Emerged from ‘The Blackcoat’s Daughter’
Written by Chris Savage, March 10, 2017
With Osgood Perkins’ latest flick, The Blackcoat’s Daughter, currently available exclusively on DirecTV, a new official clip has arrived just ahead of the theatrical release which is scheduled to begin this March 31st. So, have you seen this one yet? Let us know what you thought. The film stars Emma Roberts, Kiernan Shipka, Lucy Boynton, Lauren Holly, and

‘Cabin in the Woods’ Director Drew Goddard is Directing a New Movie
Written by Jason McDonald, March 10, 2017
Even though Drew Goddard  hasn’t directed a feature film since his breakout hit “Cabin in the Woods” the man has been extremely busy.  Since 2012 he’s helped write such films as “World War Z,” “The Martian,” and “Daredevil.”  But it looks like Goddard is heading back to the director’s chair for a new film. According

A New Image from ‘Predator’ Reveals Thomas Jane
Written by Jason McDonald, March 10, 2017
At the beginning of the year we heard that actor Thomas Jane was in talks to join Shane Black‘s new “Predator” film, but we never really got any concrete word about him being in the film.  Well, now we know for sure and we have the photographic proof down below. Shane Black Tweeted out another

Here’s Our First Image from ‘Jurassic World 2’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 9, 2017
Really it’s “Jurassic Park 5: Jurassic World 2,” but you know, whatever.  Despite it’s flaws, “Jurassic World” wound up being a ridiculously entertaining film.  Hopefully, with a new director in the driver’s seat we’ll get some fresh eyes that can help steer the series in an even better direction. Director JA Bayona (A Monster Calls)

Stephen King Has Seen the New ‘It’ and Has a Message to Share
Written by Jason McDonald, March 7, 2017
A lot of people seem to be cautiously awaiting the new “It” film and, at this point, I don’t know what could possibly soothe people over aside from a wave of positive reviews.  Perhaps there’s one person who might give people confidence in the project: Stephen King, the man responsible for Pennywise. Communicating through his

Documentary Series ‘Untold Horror’ Will Dive Into the Horror Movies that Never Were
Written by Jason McDonald, March 3, 2017
The only thing I find more fascinating than the movies we currently have are the ones that we’ll never be.  There are countless movie projects out there that either died on the vine, never came into existence, or were actually filmed and just never released.  And now a new documentary series is looking to explore

Is Tobin Bell Back for ‘Saw: Legacy’? Check Out the First Details for the New ‘Saw’ Film
Written by Jason McDonald, March 3, 2017
Remember when “Saw” ended and we all knew it would never ever come back?  Yeah, those were a good couple of years.  Thankfully the long “Saw” drought is over and we’ve finally got a new “Saw” film to look forward too.  But after seven films and numerous traps, where do you take the series from

‘Donnie Darko’ Returns to Theatres to Celebrate its 15th Anniversary
Written by Chris Savage, March 2, 2017
Last year, well, December to be precise, Richard Kelly’s Donnie Darko was re-released in UK cinemas on December 23rd, and grossed £70,000. Now it appears as if it is your turn as Donnie Darko will be re-released in limited theatres in the States beginning this March 31st in 4K. Venues will be given the option of the theatrical

[Trailer] ‘Alien: Covenant’ Unleashes a Full Length Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, March 1, 2017
With a new “Alien” film just a few months away we’ve had a lot of new “Alien” content to talk about.  A few days ago we had a short film that introduced us to the doomed crew of the Covenant and now we’ve got ourselves a full-length trailer. Releasing on May 19th “Alien: Covenant” follows

Check Out the First Teaser Trailer for Netflix’s New Film ‘Bright’
Written by Jason McDonald, February 27, 2017
If you were watching the Oscars tonight you might have caught a glimpse at the upcoming Netflix film “Bright.”  If you had better things to do, well, we’ve got you covered down below. “Bright” comes by way of director David Ayer whose last film was the Oscar-winning movie “Suicide Squad.”  I kid you not, it

Bill Paxton has Passed Away at the Age of 61
Written by Jason McDonald, February 27, 2017
There are certain people in cinema that just seem immortal.  They’ve been around forever and have done so many films that seeing them on the big screen just feels natural and it’s hard to imagine them not always being there.  For me, Bill Paxton is one of those people and now we live in a

First Official Artwork for Netflix’s ‘Castlevania’
Written by Chris Savage, February 24, 2017
As a kid I LOVED Castlevania on the NES, it was truly an awesome time, but I never even thought of the possibility of the game being adapted into an animated TV show, but now that it is I’m freakin’ stoked! Anyway, Adi Shankar recently shared the beautiful artwork over at his Facebook page and we