ABC has Picked Up ‘Time After Time’ and Released a Teaser Video
Written by Jason McDonald, May 13, 2016
After sending multiple shows to the death chamber today, ABC has revealed that new life will grow in their place.  The network has announced today that it has gone ahead and picked up the television adaptation of “Time After Time” for series. Deadline shared the news today along with a brief teaser for the new

‘The Autopsy of Jane Doe’ Finds a Home at IFC Midnight
Written by Chris Savage, May 12, 2016
As we were just saying yesterday, IFC Midnight certainly have an eye on all things horror and today they again continue on the right track as we have received word hat they have acquired the US rights to André Øvredal’s latest flick The Autopsy of Jane Doe. Head below for more details. From the Press Release:

Here’s the First Look at ‘The Exorcist’ Series
Written by Jason McDonald, May 12, 2016
After years of rumor and speculation, it looks like “The Exorcist” series is finally starting to solidify.  At the start of this year Fox announced that they were ordering a pilot for the potential series and just yesterday we learned that Fox has gone ahead and picked it up as a series. “The Exorcist” pilot was

IFC Midnight Acquires ‘I Am Not a Serial Killer’
Written by Chris Savage, May 11, 2016
Over the past few years it has come to our attention that the folks over at IFC Midnight know a good horror flick or two, as they have acquired a bounty of critically acclaimed horror flicks, and this new acquisition is no different. It has recently been announced that Billy O’Brien’s I Am Not a Serial

Amazon Gives ‘The Neon Demon’ a Release Date
Written by Jason McDonald, May 11, 2016
Nicolas Winding Refn’s next big feature is getting a special release thanks to a partnership between Amazon Studios and Broad Green Pictures.  And now we know when that partnership will bare it’s fruit. After “The Neon Demon” premieres at Cannes on May 20th, Amazon will help co-distribute the film with Broad Green in U.S. theaters on

Netflix is getting an Exorcism Comedy from the Creator of ‘The Misfits’
Written by Jason McDonald, May 10, 2016
Over the past few years Netflix has been building up a varied catalog of shows ranging from animated horses to blind superheroes.  Now the streaming service is looking to dip its toe into the world of comedy horror. According to THR Netflix has teamed up with “Misfits” creator  Howard Overman on a new series called

Screen Gems Might Be Working on a Slender Man Movie
Written by Jason McDonald, May 5, 2016
Few internet creations come close to matching the popularity and culture impact that the Slender Man mythos have had.  Starting as a creation on the Something Awful forums, the Slender Man legend really blew up when the YouTube series Marble Hornets brought the creature to life. Now, according to Comicbook, Screen Gems is looking to

Russell Crowe Joining ‘The Mummy’ in a Jekyll-Like Role
Written by Jason McDonald, May 5, 2016
Universal continues to beef up its emerging monster movie universe with some rather big talents.  The first of which was the announcement that Tom Cruise would be starring in “The Mummy.”  Then we learned that Johnny Depp would be taking on the “Invisible Man.”  Now a new big talent is stepping into the world of

LA Film Fest Announces Six World Premieres for Nightfall Lineup
Written by Jason McDonald, April 30, 2016
The Los Angeles Film Festival is back to celebrate another year of cinema and this year they’re coming hot and heavy with a bevy of world premieres.  In total we’re getting 42 world premieres this year, but of course we’re most interested in the Nightfall selection which highlights the bizarre and horrifying films we love.

AMC Releases New Promo and Images for ‘Preacher’
Written by Jason McDonald, April 30, 2016
We’re just a month away from the release of “Preacher” on AMC and I’m eagerly counting the days.  As a fan of the “Preacher” comic book series, I’m eager to see how the team of Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg manage to adapt this pretty graphic series into a cable television series.  And while we

Zombieland 2 Could Begin Production This Summer
Written by Jason McDonald, April 28, 2016
Fans of “Zombieland” might have something that’ll help them finally forget that “Zombieland” TV pilot from a while ago.  It looks like production on “Zombieland 2” is about to begin very soon. Fanbolt is reporting that Sony is looking to begin production on “Zombieland 2” in August down in Atlanta.  Coincidentally, Zombieland isn’t the first

A Remake of ‘See No Evil’ Is In the Works
Written by Jason McDonald, April 26, 2016
Alright, before everyone goes crazy, let me just say up front that this isn’t a remake of the 2006 film starring Kane as Jacob Goodnight.  This is an entirely different “See No Evil”, but depending on how you feel about remakes, that might make little difference. Deadline has learned that Screen Gems is moving forward

‘The Exorcist’ is Coming to Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights
Written by Jason McDonald, April 26, 2016
“What an excellent day for an exorcism!” If you’ve been following the work of John Murdy and his creative team at Universal Studios Hollywood, then you might know that “The Exorcist” has been one of his most desired projects.  For one reason or another it seemed like it would be an impossible task to bring the

New Official Stills from ‘Red Billabong’
Written by Chris Savage, April 25, 2016
We’ve been keeping our eyes on Luke Sparke’s latest flick Red Billabong, for quite a while now, and we’ve been hooked ever since. But how about you? If you’d like more we have your back as we have scored a slew of stills from the upcoming flick and you can check them out below. We’ve also supplied

The ‘Twilight Zone’ is Being Reborn as an Interactive Experience
Written by Jason McDonald, April 19, 2016
“You unlock this door with the key of imagination.  Beyond it is another dimension…” and soon we’ll be stepping into another dimension as the “Twilight Zone” is set to become an interactive experience. CBS has announced that they are partnering with interactive-video company Interlude for a “Twilight Zone” revival that’ll take the series in an

New Official Photos from ‘The Horde’
Written by Chris Savage, April 19, 2016
We here are super stoked for Jared Cohn’s The Horde. It looks seriously good, on account that we have a thing for blood-thirsty mutated humans, we’ve all got a fetish, right? So, if you guys missed the trailer last time, we have kindly added it again along with a slew of photos courtesy of October Coast, check

J.A Bayona Signs on to Direct ‘Jurassic World 2’
Written by Jason McDonald, April 19, 2016
Earlier this year we shared with you the rumor that director Juan Antonio Bayona was in talks to direct “Jurassic World 2.”  It’s been nearly four months since we first heard those rumors, but now it looks like things are finally in motion for this bit of news to be confirmed. It was revealed today

‘Insidious Chapter 4’ is in the Works at Sony
Written by Jason McDonald, April 19, 2016
Whether or not you enjoyed the last installment in the “Insidious” series, it seemed like it was only a matter of time before a new sequel was announced.  While I thought “Insidious: Chapter 3” was an alright addition to the franchise, the film did very well at the box office.  So it makes sense that

[Review] ‘Hush’ Puts a New Twist on Slasher Tropes
Written by Jason McDonald, April 18, 2016
Normally when a new horror film makes its debut at a festival we have to wait months or even years (in the case of the “Green Infernos”) before we can see it.  However, this time around we didn’t have too long to wait.  Even before it’s debut at SXSW Netflix announced that it would release

I’d Buy That for a Dollar! – ‘RoboDoc’ Looks at the Creation of ‘RoboCop’
Written by Chris Savage, April 16, 2016
I absolutely love Paul Verhoeven’s RoboCop, I like it so much that I watch it at least once a month, and for me it still holds up extremely well to this very day. Everything from the score, the stop-motion effects, the casting and the excessive violence, RoboCop is everything you want in a movie and more. So,