‘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

Gunnar Hansen Passed Away
Written by Herner Klenthur, November 8, 2015
RIP to a legend! Icelandic actor and star of Texas Chainsaw Massacre Gunnar Hansen has passed away of Cancer in his home in Maine according to his agent Mike Eisenstadt and the BBC. Gunnar starred in the 1974 classic Texas Chainsaw Massacre where he played the role of Leatherface.  A keen naturalist and a champion

Check Out the Horror Films Playing at AFI Fest 2015
Written by Jason McDonald, November 6, 2015
One of the benefits of living in California is the constant stream of film festivals that play throughout the year.  You get everything from small groups putting together indie showcases to gala events where new stars mingle with old favorites.  Of all these festivals there are two that I look forward to every year and

IFC Midnight Becomes One of ‘The Pack’
Written by Chris Savage, November 5, 2015
Did anyone get a chance to watch Joe Carnahan’s The Grey, which starred Liam Neeson? I loved it, I thought it had a great story, excellent pace, and the blood-thirsty pack of wolves was done extremely well. So, who’s up for more angry wolves? If so, we may just have the film for you in the form of

First Look at Camp Crystal Lake from the Friday the 13th Game
Written by Jason McDonald, November 4, 2015
“Friday the 13th: The Game” is still trying to raise funds on it’s Kickstarter Page and has a ways to go before it hits it’s current goal.  As of today the game only has nine days left and still needs to raise $90,000.  Impossible? No, but it isn’t out of the woods yet. So to

Adam Green Reveals His Concept for ‘Hatchet 4′
Written by Jason McDonald, November 4, 2015
Before you “Hatchet” fans get excited, this isn’t a confirmation that a new “Hatchet” film is in the works. In fact, it’s very likely that this concept will never see the light of day.  However, it is interesting to see what almost could have been. Arrow in the Head posted the story earlier today where

Henry Selick is Teaming Up with Key & Peele for a New Stop Motion Horror Comedy
Written by Jason McDonald, November 4, 2015
Pop quiz hotshot.  Who directed “The Nightmare Before Christmas”? If you said Tim Burton then slap your hand for me. Contrary to popular belief, Tim Burton did not direct “The Nightmare Before Christmas.”  It was, in fact, a man named Henry Selick.  The same man who went on to direct the critically acclaimed “Coraline” and

Check Out the First Teaser for ‘Preacher’
Written by Jason McDonald, November 3, 2015
If you were watching “The Walking Dead” this past Sunday then you would’ve gotten your first taste of AMC’s adaptation of “Preacher.”  AMC’s latest supernatural series is a based off of the comic series of the same name written by Garth Ennis.  And, yes, it is supernatural despite the vibe the trailer gives off. Premiering

31 Days of Halloween Horror Movies 2015: Complete Recap and Wrap Up
Written by Goon, November 2, 2015
Well, sadly, the Halloween season is now over. Another 330 some odd days until the season is upon us again. This entire month I have invited you to come along with me on my journey as I watched over 31 horror movies this month. It’s been a great time sharing my experiences with you and

31 Days of Halloween Horror Movies 2015: Week Four Recap
Written by Goon, October 31, 2015
Hey guys! It’s been a wild ride so far this month and I can clearly see the light at the end of the tunnel. If you didn’t already know, I have been doing my annual 31 Days of Halloween where I watch a horror movie every day in the month of October. This year I

Red Barrels Reveals ‘Outlast 2′ Teaser Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, October 30, 2015
It was just two years ago that Red Barrels unleashed their first game on to the world.  “Outlast” was a fun and thrilling horror game where the objective was to run, hide, and use your camera to navigate the darkest corners of an asylum/monster factory.  And now, just in time for Halloween, the studio has

First Look at Eli Roth’s New Series ‘South of Hell’
Written by Jason McDonald, October 30, 2015
Eli Roth and Jason Blum have teamed up with WEtv for a brand new horror series called “South of Hell.”  The seven episode series will premiere on November 27th and will be broadcast in a rather unique way.  All seven episodes will air back-to-back on the 27th in a special “binge” celebration. But if you’d

Neill Blomkamp Says His Alien Film Has Been Put On Hold
Written by Jason McDonald, October 30, 2015
WELP. Neill Blomkamp is starting to become the Guillermo Del Toro of the Sci-Fi world in that both directors have projects I’m deeply interested in seeing, but they never seem to get made. Director Neill Blomkamp took to his Twitter today to reveal that his “Alien” project was being put on hold why the studio

Director Wes Anderson Wants to Make a Horror Movie
Written by Jason McDonald, October 28, 2015
I imagine the times that director Wes Anderson has been mentioned on horror websites have been few and far between.  Today, though, he’s the talk of the town. In a recent interview with Filmmaker Magazine Wes Anderson revealed that he would like to make a horror movie one day.  Here’s the full quote from the

‘Until Dawn: Rush of Blood’ Coming to PS4 and PlayStation VR
Written by Jason McDonald, October 28, 2015
Paris Games Week is currently underway in Paris and Sony has a big presence there this year with a slew of game demos and announcements for the Paris crowd. Among the new titles revealed during their press conference yesterday was a new horror game from the creators of “Until Dawn.”  This new title, called “Until