Dougray Scott Joins Season 2 of ‘Fear the Walking Dead’
Written by Jason McDonald, February 9, 2016
We’ve been getting a lot of “Walking Dead” promotional material lately, but let’s not forget that after “The Walking Dead” finishes it’s current season we’re going to dive right back into another zombie adventure. Returning this April is the “Walking Dead’ companion series “Fear the Walking Dead” and the series is most likely mostly filmed,

Lionsgate is Bringing ‘Saw’ Back with ‘Saw: Legacy’
Written by Jason McDonald, February 9, 2016
Would you like to play a game? Again? Despite the finality of the last Saw’s title, “Saw: The Final Chapter”, we all knew the undeniable truth: you can’t keep a good horror movie down for long. Tracking Board is reporting that Lionsgate is getting back into the “Saw” business with a new film titled “Saw:

Super Bowl Spots for ’10 Cloverfield Lane’ and ‘Independence Day: Resurgence’
Written by Jason McDonald, February 8, 2016
How about that game, huh? That was quite a display of fumbling and poor decisions.  At least the commercials were kind of decent.  Although there seemed to be an abnormal amount of attention directed at constipated people, what was up with that? Well, in case you missed the Super Bowl, a couple of trailers made a

Zelda Williams Joins Horror Series ‘Dead of Summer’
Written by Jason McDonald, February 5, 2016
Late last year we learned that Freeform (the cable channel formerly known as ABC Family) was developing a new horror series that would focus on a summer camp besieged by evil.  And now we know who will star in that series. Freeform has announced that Zelda Williams (“Teen Wolf”), Alberto Frezza (“Battleforce”), and Eli Goree

‘The Witch’ Gets a Ringing Endorsement and Special Screenings from the Satanic Temple
Written by Jason McDonald, February 4, 2016
I’ve seen some stuff in my time, but I think that this might be the first time I’ve seen a film get a promotional boost from a satanic group.  I’m sure it has to have happened before, but I just can’t recall it. While “The Witch” is already a critical darling after playing on the

[Review] Southbound is a Thrilling Journey into Hell
Written by Jason McDonald, February 4, 2016
I have to admit that I was feeling a lot of conflicting emotions when I started up “Southbound.”  The premise got my interest and the trailer was very promising, but this was from the same people who brought us “V/H/S/” and “V/H/S 2.”  Both were rather divisive films and I, unfortunately, fell into the camp

‘The Stand’ Gets Pushed Back While a New Stephen King Novel Gets Adapted
Written by Jason McDonald, February 2, 2016
Just when we thought “The Stand” had finally gotten it’s act together and was ready to hit the road, the production decided to take a detour down a different Stephen King road. Deadline is reporting that “The Stand” director Josh Boone has opted to push back the adaptation of the Stephen King novel and instead

X-Files Recap- ‘Mulder and Scully Meet the Were-Monster’
Written by Jason McDonald, February 2, 2016
SPOILERS! If you haven’t seen the latest episode of “X-Files” then avoid this post. I’ll be talking openly about tonight’s episode, so you can expect spoilers down below.  Here we go! The third episode in the six-part “X-Files” revival forgoes the usual doom and gloom for a bit of levity as Mulder and Scully set

Chris Carter Has an Idea for a New ‘Millennium’ Series
Written by Jason McDonald, January 31, 2016
Hot off the successful revival of the “X-Files”, fans have started to wonder if another ’90s classic might make a grand return. Chris Carter, who created “X-Files” and “Millennium”, has never shied away from admitting that he’d like to revisit his two most successful shows.  This year he finally got the chance to bring “X-Files”

‘American Horror Story’ Season 6 Might Feature Slender Man
Written by Jason McDonald, January 29, 2016
“American Horror Story” recently put it’s latest season (AHS: Hotel) to bed, so now speculation about the next season is starting to swell up.  One of the biggest driving factors behind this is the fact that AHS is notorious for sneaking in clues and hints about upcoming seasons.  Now it looks like one theory has

New Official Poster for ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’
Written by Chris Savage, January 29, 2016
It’s almost upon us. Burr Steers’ Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is finally making its way to theatres this February 5th, and while we’re just days away, a new official poster has arrived that looks really good, actually. I’m still not sold on this one, but I’m sure some of you’re, so if so, let us

‘Starry Eyes’ Directors Will be Directing ‘Mama 2’
Written by Jason McDonald, January 29, 2016
Nearly three years to the day that “Mama” first hit theaters, Universal has finally announced that they are moving forward with a sequel. THR broke the news today that directors Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kolsch, who previously directed “Starry Eyes”, are in talks to rewrite and direct “Mama 2” for Universal.  The first “Mama” was directed

[Trailer] Raven Banner & Terror Films Join Forces for ‘The House On Pine Street’
Written by Chris Savage, January 28, 2016
One of the best haunted house movies for quite some time looks to be gaining some serious traction, as according to the folks over at Bloody-Disgusting, Aaron and Austin Keeling’s The House On Pine Street (see Shaun Huhn’s 5-star review) has been picked up for distribution within the US! Also we have scored the brand new

Top Ten Supernatural Sleuths
Written by Jason McDonald, January 26, 2016
I’m riding on a X-Files high and that’s caused me to start thinking about my favorite fictional characters that have dabbled in the supernatural.  While a lot of characters have sold their souls to the devil and been complacent in some dark activities, a few have have taken a stance against the darkening tide and

[Review] X-Files Has Made Me a Believer Again
Written by Jason McDonald, January 25, 2016
When Fox announced that they were reviving the “X-Files” I had two very strong reactions.  The initial one was obviously excitement.  I grew up on the “X-Files” and was eager to dive back into the world once again.  But then the second reaction began to set in: I started to dread this new season.  Despite

First Clip From Kevin Smith’s Horror Comedy ‘Yoga Hosers’
Written by Jason McDonald, January 24, 2016
Kevin Smith is continuing his journey into the world of horror with his newest film “Yoga Hosers.”  The film looks to be having a bit of fun with Canada as our first clip is dripping with satire, check it out below. “Yoga Hosers” stars Harley Quinn Smith, Lily Rose Melody Depp, Austin Butler, Haley Joel

‘Amityville: The Awakening’ Sets a New Release Date
Written by Chris Savage, January 23, 2016
Well, Franck Khalfoun’s Amityville: The Awakening has had a few misfires. The film, believe it or not, was initially set for a release on January 2, 2015, then it got pushed back to April 15, 2016 and now its moved slightly closer for a April 1, 2016 release date. We’ll see how long this lasts, but I’m

Fox Orders Pilot for ‘Exorcist’ TV Series
Written by Jason McDonald, January 23, 2016
Hey everybody, jump into my time machine! We’re going for a ride down memory lane.  Back to 2012 when Facebook hit the stock market and a young artist named PSY took the world by storm with his song “Gangnam Style.” It was a magical time and during that time a young man named Chris Savage

The ‘Underworld’ TV Series is in Development
Written by Chris Savage, January 22, 2016
Back in 2014 we received word in regards to the many Underworld projects, there was the pending fifth Underworld film, a spin-off and even talks of a TV series. While we have no new word on the spin-off or the fifth film, it does appear as if the TV series is gaining some traction. Recently the

First Teaser Poster for Jared Cohn’s ‘6ix’
Written by Chris Savage, January 22, 2016
I’m sure I’m not alone in absolutely loving David Finch’s dark thriller Se7en, for me it came out of nowhere and just blew me away, especially that freakin’ ending! So, it appears as if Jared Cohn is bringing a little slice of Se7en-esque terror with his latest flick 6ix, and we have the official teaser