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FOX Releases Comic Con Trailer for ‘The Exorcist’ TV Series
Written by Jason McDonald, July 22, 2016
We’re still a few months away from the premiere of the upcoming “Exorcist” television event series, but FOX is taking the opportunity of having one of the biggest pop culture events in the world going on right now to launch a brand new trailer. The upcoming “Exorcist” series is a television adaptation of the iconic

Here’s Our Photographic Trip Report from Comic Con (Preview Night)
Written by Jason McDonald, July 22, 2016
Here we go, into the breach once again as we descend into the swirling madness that surrounds San Diego every July.  Will we make it out alive? Will I suckered into buying crap I don’t need?  Will I find my house keys before we leave?  Join us and find out as we head to Comic

Two Cenobites from ‘Hellraiser: Judgment’ Have Been Revealed
Written by Chris Savage, July 20, 2016
Gary J. Tunnicliffe’s Hellraiser: Judgment for Dimension Films is currently in post-production and with that, two photos revealing a couple of Cenobites have made their way online courtesy of Two Hours in the Dark and we have them for you below. The Cenobites in question are The Butcher and The Surgeon and I’m sure they will get a

Noomi Rapace Becomes One with the Aliens in ‘Rupture’
Written by Chris Savage, July 19, 2016
Steven Shainberg’s latest flick Rupture is currently in post-production and we’ve scored some early details and poster artwork for you guys to check out. The film deals with spiders, an alien race and Noomi Rapace transforming into a monstrous alien! Head on down below for the early details and look for more on this soon.

Early Details for James Franco’s Post-Apocalypse Film ‘Future World’
Written by Chris Savage, July 19, 2016
From James Franco comes his latest flick Future World, a film which certainly lends its hand to the world of Mad Max, and that is absolutely fine with me. At this time we have some early details and a small piece of sales art, but at least it gives you a flavor of what to

‘WolfCop’ Claws His Way from the Screen to the Page in An All New Comic
Written by Chris Savage, July 19, 2016
Lowell Dean’s WolfCop is a little favorite of ours around these parts, so when we heard that his creation was growing and expanding we just couldn’t contain our excitement and had to let you guys know. If you’re a fan or perhaps a newcomer, read on for the details and find out more about the

The Party is Over in this New Clip from ‘Viral’
Written by Jason McDonald, July 19, 2016
We all remember the illicit high school parties we used to have in abandoned houses. There’d be drinking and dancing and it was all fun and games until someone inevitably took it too far and tried to eat someone. In “Viral”… Teenage sisters Emma (Sofia Black-D’Elia) and Stacey (Analeigh Tipton) live a normal life, until

Looks Like a ‘Ghostbusters’ Sequel Could Be in the Works
Written by Jason McDonald, July 19, 2016
Well after all the madness that led up to the release of the new “Ghostbusters” film it turned out that the film was generally received as being “okay” and the box office earnings reflected that with a respectable 2nd place spot pulling in $46 million.  So it should come as no surprise that sequel talks

‘Bone Tomahawk’ Creator and ‘Taken’ Director Team-Up for New Project
Written by Jason McDonald, July 19, 2016
I know the sequels that followed the original “Taken” really tainted the franchise pool, but that first film was a great action flick.  And you only have to look to my Top Ten list from last year to see how much I loved “Bone  Tomahawk”, so a marriage of the two talents that created those

Criterion to Release ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’ and a Guillermo Del Toro Trilogy Pack this October
Written by Jason McDonald, July 19, 2016
If you’ve been thinking about sprucing up your Guillermo Del Toro collection (you do have one, right?) you might want to hold off on that for a little bit.  Criterion is getting ready to pay proper tribute to one of my favorite directors. Releasing on October 11, 2016 Criterion will be taking a trip into

[REVIEW] You Should Be Watching ‘Stranger Things’ on Netflix Right Now
Written by Jason McDonald, July 17, 2016
This isn’t exactly a formal review, but I felt like I just wanted to get the word out there about this fantastic new series currently available on Netflix.  I’m only halfway through it, but I felt like I’ve seen enough to know that a great deal of you would want to hear about this show

Things to See and Do at San Diego Comic Con for the Horror Fan
Written by Jason McDonald, July 17, 2016
The big show in San Diego is finally upon us and it’s time to head to into the breach once more to see all the glorious nerd offerings put on display at this year’s Comic Con.  But if you were one of the countless individuals who were unable to snag a ticket for the annual

Check Out the Poster for Tyler Perry’s ‘Boo! A Madea Halloween’ if you Dare
Written by Jason McDonald, July 14, 2016
I believe the name Tyler Perry has never been spoken on this site before, so here I am, breaking new ground.  Before you think I’ve lost my mind, I just wanted to share you with this poster that came my way today.  As horror fans you’ll either appreciate it or pull your hair out. Tyler

‘Flatliners’ Remake is Heading to Theaters Next Summer
Written by Jason McDonald, July 14, 2016
With production on the upcoming “Flatliners” remake ramping up, Sony has gone ahead and given the film a juicy release date in the tail end of the summer. “Flatliners” originally starred Kiefer Sutherland, Julia Roberts, Oliver Platt, Kevin Bacon, and William Baldwin as medical students who attempt to learn what lies beyond death.  However, their

The New ‘Saw’ Sequel Has a Release Date
Written by Jason McDonald, July 14, 2016
Yesterday Chris shared with us the news that the Spierig Brothers (Daybreakers) would be helming the new “Saw” sequel and he even speculated that the film could be ready for release by October of next year.  Well, I’m declaring Chris to be some kind of witch, because he was right. Lionsgate has announced today that the

Here’s Your First Look at the New Pennywise
Written by Chris Savage, July 13, 2016
Dear those who suffer from Coulrophobia, you may want to avert your eyes right about now. Andrés Muschietti’s adaptation of Stephen King’s novel It, has just come out of the fences firing on all cylinders as the powers that be have unleashed your first look at Pennywise, played by Bill Skarsgard, and we have that sinister

‘Bed of the Dead’ and ‘The Unseen’ Have Their World Premieres at the Fantasia Film Festival
Written by Chris Savage, July 13, 2016
I’m pretty sure a few of you will be making your way to the Fantasia International Film Festival, right? If so, you’ll be pleased to know that we have a couple of world premieres to announce. The first is Geoff Redknap’s feature debut The Unseen and the second is Jeff Maher’s Bed of the Dead, both films look set

‘Saw’ Continues its ‘Legacy’ with the Spierig Brothers at the Helm
Written by Chris Savage, July 12, 2016
You knew it was only a matter of time until a new Saw movie came to fruition, and it appears as if it is doing just that. According to Dread Central, they caught word of the new Saw film which is tentatively called Saw: Legacy over at Ontario Media Development with a production date taking

Javier Bardem Could Be in Talks to Play Universal’s ‘Frankenstein’
Written by Jason McDonald, July 12, 2016
If there’s one thing to be said about Universal’s upcoming Classic Monster Universe it’s that it is filled with stars. And it looks like a new one is about to shine upon another Universal Monster. Variety is reporting that actor Javier Bardem (“No Country for Old Men”) is in talks to star in Universal’s upcoming

The Reviews for ‘Ghostbusters’ Are Here- Check Out What the Critics Are Saying
Written by Jason McDonald, July 11, 2016
The review embargo for Paul Feig’s upcoming “Ghostbusters” film has been lifted today and the reviews are pouring out.  Given the divisive nature of this film, I imagine many people have been waiting to see what the release of this film would bring about.  Would it defy it’s naysayers or will is stumble out of