‘Deep Blue Sea 2’ Surfaces with a Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, January 28, 2018
Generally speaking, I really enjoy bad shark attack movies and “Deep Blue Sea” is one of my all time favorite guilty pleasures.  It’s got some surprising twists and Thomas Jane, LL Cool J, and Samuel L. Jackson are actually pretty damn good in it.  So when you say you’re making a sequel to “Deep Blue

Mike Flanagan WIll Direct ‘Shining’ Sequel ‘Doctor Sleep’
Written by Jason McDonald, January 28, 2018
After last years well done Netflix feature, “Gerald’s Game”, I think it’s safe to say that director Mike Flanagan gets Stephen King and is capable of adapting his work to the big screen.  So it’s no surprise that the director has been tapped for another Stephen King adaptation; however, it may surprise some to learn

‘Children of the Corn: Runaway’ Finally Resurfaces With a Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, January 25, 2018
There are certain constants in life: we have to pay taxes, everything dies eventually, and we’re gonna get a sequel to “Children of the Corn.”  However, the last constant had seemingly taken a prolonged absence.  But fear not, we’ve finally got a trailer for the next “Children of the Corn” and all is right in

IFC Midnight Will Unleash ‘Midnighters’ This March
Written by Chris Savage, January 24, 2018
We have just received word that IFC Midnight will be unleashing Julius and Alston Ramsay’s Midnighters into theatres, VOD and Digital HD this March 2, 2018. Check out all the details below and let us know if you’ll be checking this one out? From the Press Release: IFC MIDNIGHT will release MIDNIGHTERS in Theaters, on

New RoboCop Movie to be Direct Sequel to Original Movie?
Written by Chris Savage, January 24, 2018
I love, love, love Paul Verhoeven’s RoboCop. I love it so much I must watch it at least once a month. Is that excessive or am I merely slacking? I know you guys love this film, too, and maybe we have a few fans of the remake? So, we all love RoboCop and all is good

Could MonsterVision Live Again on Shudder?
Written by Jason McDonald, January 24, 2018
There are a few people that I can proudly blame for making me the weird horror fan that I am today and one of them is Joe Bob Briggs.  I vividly remember being  a kid and staying up late on Saturday nights, after everyone had gone to bed, so I could watch TNT’s MonsterVision with

The Next ‘Cloverfield’ Movie Could Wind Up On Netflix
Written by Jason McDonald, January 24, 2018
We have literally seen nothing concrete about the next entry in the “Cloverfield” series. In fact, I’m not even convinced its a real movie anymore.  At this point it could just be an elaborate ponzi scheme.  However, we may learn the truth sooner than we thought as Netflix may be attempting to acquire the rights

‘Get Out’ and ‘The Shape of Water’ Come up Big with Oscar Nominations
Written by Jason McDonald, January 24, 2018
Awards shows are lame and really don’t matter . . . but boy am I super happy right now.  2017 was a great year for horror and the movie industry has been doing a surprising job of recognizing that fact with all the awards and accolades handed out to films like “Get Out” and “The

First Look at Raven Banner’s Upcoming Thriller ‘Lost Solace’
Written by Chris Savage, January 18, 2018
We have just been informed that Raven Banner will be unleashing Chris Scheuerman’s upcoming thriller, Lost Solace, this January 30th via iTunes, where it will be exclusively available on that platform for a month, and then it will be available elsewhere. Below we have the first image from the film as well as all the details

Original Stephen King Manuscripts and Other Rare Books Lost in a Water Main Break
Written by Jason McDonald, January 18, 2018
As horror fans I’m sure we all have prized possessions that we all treasure.  Whether it’s a photograph with our favorite actor or a an autographed hero prop from a horror classic, there’s probably something in your life that holds some sort of meaning.  Personally, I have a personal letter from a director that I

Early Talks Are Taking Place for a New ‘Saw’ Movie
Written by Jason McDonald, January 18, 2018
Hey, guess what? Looks like they’re probably gonna make another “Saw” movie.  Shocker, I know.  I mean, it only made about a $100 million worldwide on a $10 million dollar budget and what movie studio wants to make easy money? According to Bloody Disgusting Twisted Pictures is currently in the “conversation” phase of putting together another

Check out the First Trailer for ‘Ghost Stories’
Written by Jason McDonald, January 12, 2018
Well this one few completely under my radar.  I can’t even remember when I heard about this movie, but now that we have a trailer for it I’m pretty excited to see it. Check out the first trailer for British horror film “Ghost Stories.”  Which, I promise, is more unique than it’s name would imply.

‘New Mutants’ Pushed Back to 2019 to Possibly Make it Scarier
Written by Jason McDonald, January 12, 2018
Well, “New Mutants” was one of my most anticipated movies of 2018. So much for that as it looks like the X-men themed horror flick is being pushed back a year. Fox announced today that it was going to be shuffling around some of its upcoming X-Men films like “Deadpool”, “Gambit” and “New Mutants.”  There’s no indication if

‘Sinister’ and ‘Insidious’ Could Crossover One Day According to Jason Blum
Written by Jason McDonald, January 11, 2018
The critical reception to the latest “Insidious” entry “Insidious: The Last Key” may be a little lukewarm, but the film is doing gangbusters at the box office.  It has actually earned more in its opening weekend than the third film, which is pretty remarkable.  So naturally, there will most likely be more “Insidious” films, but

The Crites Make a Return in New TV Series ‘Critters: A New Binge’
Written by Chris Savage, January 11, 2018
Well, this is pretty awesome, right? Some information has come to light via the folks over at Variety which reveals that those pesky little Crites are returning to our screens, only this time as a TV series. The site reports that Critters: A New Binge TV series will be hitting Verizon’s go90 in the near

Check Out the Full Length Trailer for ‘Victor Crowley’
Written by Jason McDonald, January 10, 2018
If you weren’t one of the lucky few who got to attend the surprise screening of “Victor Crowley” or to catch it in one of its subsequent screenings, I’ve got good news for you. The next entry in the “Hatchet” series is set to hit blu-ray and VOD services next month and we’ve got a

Guillermo del Toro Wins Best Director at the Golden Globes for ‘The Shape of Water’
Written by Jason McDonald, January 8, 2018
It was a big year for horror movies and monsters at the Golden Globes.  This year we saw a total of eleven nominations between the likes of “Get Out”, “The Shape of Water”, and “Stranger Things” for numerous categories including best actor, best series, best actress, best drama, and uh . . . best comedy. 

A Sequel to ‘Tales from the Hood’ is in the Works
Written by Jason McDonald, January 8, 2018
That’s a title that I’m both surprised to be writing now and shocked that I’m writing for the first time.  It looks like we’re actually getting a sequel to “Tales from the Hood” and it’s pretty amazing that we’ve never gotten one before. “Tales from the Hood” was an anthology film released in 1995 that

PSA: ‘Before I Wake’ is On US Netflix Now
Written by Jason McDonald, January 8, 2018
For anyone outside of the US you might be saying to yourself “What’s the big deal? I saw ‘Before I wake’ a long time ago.”  Well, guess what?  Despite the fact that the movie was available in most territories last year, there has been no legitimate way of watching it in the US so far. 

Why We Might See a Sequel to ‘Insidious: Chapter 2’
Written by Jason McDonald, January 7, 2018
With the latest ‘Insidious’ prequel installment in theaters I’ve seen more than a handful of comments referencing the cliffhanger “Insidious: Chapter 2” left us with.  Now, before I get into further details, I have to say that this post will be getting into spoilers for all of the “Insidious” films including “Insidious: The Last Key.”