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Danielle Harris Opens Up About Not Being in the New ‘Halloween’ Film
Written by Jason McDonald, November 8, 2017
For me, personally, Jamie Lloyd and Laurie Strode are on the same level when it comes to “Halloween” heroines and I always thought it was a shame that they never got to share the screen together and tag-team Michael Myers.  Well, if you were hoping that something like that might finally happen in the new

Jessica Chastain is Game to Play Bev in ‘It: Chapter 2’
Written by Jason McDonald, November 8, 2017
I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait for the sequel to “It” and having to wait till 2019 feels like an impossibly long wait.  So at this point I’ll take any bit of news about “It: Chapter 2” that I can take.  So how about some speculative casting? In case you didn’t know,

AFI Fest 2017 Preview and Recommendations
Written by Jason McDonald, November 6, 2017
The annual American Film Institute Festival kicks off this week on November 9th here in Los Angeles, California and if you’re in the area there are definitely a few interesting selections for us horror fans.  From premieres to conversations, here are a few recommendations to keep your eye on. Of course the main thing people

First Casting News & Details for ‘Killer Kate!’
Written by Chris Savage, November 4, 2017
There’s a new horror comedy in the works and it comes from the mind of Daniel Moya (Rental) along with Elliot Feld (General Education), which Feld will also direct. The film is titled Killer Kate! and we have just received the first casting announcement as well as a few details regarding the film. It will also go

Octane Entertainment Acquires Darren Lynn Bousman’s ‘St. Agatha’
Written by Chris Savage, November 2, 2017
We have just this moment received word that Darren Lynn Bousman’s latest horror flick, St. Agatha, has been picked up by Octane Entertainment, which includes the worldwide sales rights to the film, and below we have all the information as well as your very first look at the film. St. Agatha is currently in post-production, so

[REVIEW] ‘Jigsaw’ is Almost a Complete Picture
Written by Jason McDonald, October 29, 2017
It’s been seven years since the “Saw” franchise issued its final chapter.  To put that into perspective Freddy Krueger was on hiatus for only three years after “The Final Nightmare” and Jason came back from his “Final Chapter” after one year.  So in terms of finality, the “Saw” franchise did have a pretty nice long

Rob Zombie is Working on a Follow-Up to the ‘Devil’s Rejects’
Written by Jason McDonald, October 26, 2017
If you’ve seen ‘The Devil’s Rejects” your initial thought about this headline might either be “Yaay!” or “But how can they do a follow-up?” Personally, I’m leaning towards that second question.  But it looks like the long-speculated return to the series is finally going to happen. Bloody-Disgusting is saying that they have confirmed that Rob

The Most Haunted House in America Gets a Trailer- Check Out ‘Winchester’
Written by Jason McDonald, October 25, 2017
I love the mystique of the Winchester house and I’ve been there a few times, but I gotta say, this trailer seems a tad bit much.  Look, I’m not saying the Winchester is or isn’t haunted, but I kinda doubt all this crazy shit went down in that house as this trailer seems to indicate.

First Motion Poster for ‘The Predator’ Strikes Down
Written by Chris Savage, October 23, 2017
While we wait ever patiently until August 3, 2018, a pretty cool motion poster has arrived for Shane Black’s The Predator, which sees a lightning storm creating the iconic creature. If you guys want to get hyped up, check it out below and hopefully we will have more for you soon. Shane Black directs from

[REVIEW] ‘The Axiom’ Brings a New Terror to the Woods
Written by Jason McDonald, October 22, 2017
As genre fans we know that there are a lot of horror films that take place in the woods.  From classics like “Evil Dead” and “Friday the 13th” to your more common genre entries like “Wrong Turn.”  The deep woods just have a certain mysticism to them that allow them to be a natural breeding

Techland Honors George A. Romero with an Update to ‘Dying Light’
Written by Jason McDonald, October 20, 2017
If you haven’t tried Techland’s “Dying Light,” it’s never too late to pick up the game and give it a try.  Techland has done an amazing job of supporting the game over the years and adding new content.  The latest addition might be smaller than the others, but it might carry the most weight. Techland

[Review] ‘Amityville: The Awakening’ is a Fixer-Upper
Written by Jason McDonald, October 18, 2017
What a tumultuous journey ‘Amityville: The Awakening’ has had.  After numerous push backs and delays the film is finally getting a release.  But even it’s release has been rather strange.  “Amityville” is currently available for free on Google Play (meaning you can watch it on YouTube legitimately) for a limited time.  Then on October 28th

[Review] ‘Red Christmas’ Delivers a Strange Holiday Present
Written by Jason McDonald, October 16, 2017
It’s a dangerous game when horror films try to touch on a divisive political issue.   If you go too far with it, you beat your audience over the head with the message.  And if you botch the attempt, you alienate and upset people.  However, not going far enough can also be a problem.  There are

[Review] ‘Happy Death Day’ is a Good Time You May Not Want to Relive
Written by Jason McDonald, October 15, 2017
It’s your typical slasher film scenario.  A college girl finds herself the target of a masked murderer and ultimately meets a grisly end. However, in this story death is only the beginning. “Happy Death Day” stars Jessica Rothe as Tree, a self-absorbed sorority girl who treats everyone around her like human garbage.  Even on her birthday

Now that George Romero Has a Star on the Walk of Fame How About Jack Pierce?
Written by Jason McDonald, October 13, 2017
Earlier today it was revealed that George A. Romero was going to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. And of course it goes without saying that the star is well deserved as George was integral to not only creating the modern zombie, but being a fantastic horror movie director. However, when I

Did You Know There Was a Michael Myers Young Adult Book Series?
Written by Jason McDonald, October 12, 2017
We’re celebrating a pretty obscure anniversary here.  Twenty years ago this October Michael Myers entered the world of Young Adult books with a three book series centering on teens running afoul of the infamous killer. While slasher flicks tend to appeal to a younger demographic, it’s still weird to imagine Michel starring in a Young

‘Beetlejuice 2’ Shows Signs of Life
Written by Chris Savage, October 12, 2017
Okay, it may only be a slight pulse at the moment, but the long gestating sequel, Bettlejuice 2, is ever so slowly moving forward. According to the folks over at Deadline, Mike Vukadinovich will rewrite Beetlejuice 2 at Warner Brothers and that’s pretty much it, for now. Tim Burton and Michael Keaton are said to be

First Image and Release Date Released for ‘Strangers: Prey at Night”
Written by Jason McDonald, October 12, 2017
Sometimes it’s hard to believe that we’re actually getting a sequel to “The Strangers.”  I keep expecting this whole thing to be some cruel joke.  That one day we’ll wake up and it’ll be revealed that there is no sequel in the works. Well, now I can rest easy, because “Strangers 2” is even more

‘The Walking Dead’ and ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Will Crossover
Written by Jason McDonald, October 9, 2017
It’s the crossover episode some people have been asking for! It looks like “Fear the Walking Dead” and “Walking Dead” are going to finally have a crossover and it could be happening in the near future. The New York Comic Con is currently underway and this weekend was the “Walking Dead” panel which featured many

First Trailer for X-Files Season 11 Drops at New York Comic Con
Written by Jason McDonald, October 8, 2017
Yeah, okay, the last season of the X-Files was pretty hit and miss. They had some episodes I really enjoyed and some episodes that made me want to just walk away from the series.  Still, based on some of the things said about the upcoming season, I have some hope left for the series. During