She’s Back- Check Out the Teaser Trailer for ‘Annabelle 2’
Written by Jason McDonald, September 16, 2016
Warner Bros’ favorite little doll is back for more horror shenanigans.  With the new “Conjuring” film behind us, it’s time for Annabelle to step back into the limelight and hold “Conjuring” fans over until the next installment. Hitting theaters in May 2017 “Annabelle 2” takes us further into the creepy doll’s past as we explore

Benicio Del Toro is In Talks to Star in ‘Predator’
Written by Jason McDonald, September 13, 2016
There’s been a lot of rumors going around about who might be the next actor to go toe-to-toe with the Predator, but this one might be the must surprising and yet . . . kind of perfect. Deadline is reporting that Benicio Del Toro is in early talks to star in Shane Black’s upcoming “Predator”

‘Toxic Avenger’ is Getting the Remake Treatment from a ‘Sausage Party’ Co-Director
Written by Jason McDonald, September 13, 2016
On one hand I’m kind of surprised that someone would attempt to remake “The Toxic Avenger”, but on the other hand it makes complete sense given how popular R-rated comedies and super hero films have become.  It actually seems like the perfect time for Toxie to comeback and subvert the comic book genre. Deadline is reporting

An Extended Cut of Fede Alvarez’s ‘Evil Dead’ Could Be Coming Soon
Written by Jason McDonald, September 10, 2016
It’s hard to believe that it’s already been three years since director Fede Alvarez released his “Evil Dead” film into theaters.  And while initially there was lots of talk about a sequel and eventual crossovers with the real Ash, the film side of things sort of quietly faded into the background in favor of the

SGL Entertainment Unleashes ‘The Stall’ onto Blu-ray & DVD in 2017
Written by Chris Savage, September 9, 2016
Our good friends over at SGL Entertainment recently hit us up to let us know that they have acquired Jennifer M. Kay’s latest flick The Stall, and they will be releasing the flick in early 2017 on Blu-ray, DVD, and various VOD platforms. Check out the details, artwork and trailer below, and let us know

New Official Photo from Dolph Lundgren’s ‘Don’t Kill It’
Written by Chris Savage, September 8, 2016
A little while back we learned of Mike Mendez’s Don’t Kill It, and just the thought of Dolph Lundgren battling demons was more than enough to spark our interest and we’ve been salivating for more ever since. So, thanks to our friends over at Bloody-Disgusting, we have the first official photo from the film and

Want An Extended Version of ‘The Blair Witch Project’? Tell Lionsgate You Do
Written by Chris Savage, September 7, 2016
So, with the pending release of Blair Witch on the horizon, it’s brought a lot of attention to the original film, and more notably the many hours of unseen footage, apparently 19+ hours in total. And this, well, this is pretty much the holy grail of Blair Witch lore that is just vying to be released,

Netflix Buys Streaming Rights to Cannibal Film ‘The Bad Batch’
Written by Jason McDonald, September 7, 2016
“The Bad Batch” was originally announced last year and it boasted a slate of talent that immediately made it an exciting new feature.  First of all, it was the new film from “A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night” director Ana Lily Amirpour.  Secondly it featured a surprisingly unique cast in the form of Keanu Reeves,

Kevin Bacon’s New ‘Tremors’ Series Heads to Amazon
Written by Jason McDonald, September 2, 2016
I’m always happy when Kevin Bacon is in the news.  Just talking about Kevin Bacon fills me with great joy.  It’s been some time since we last heard about the proposed “Tremors” TV series that would star Kevin Bacon, but now we’ve got a bit of news to mull over while we wait for this

The Remastered Version of ‘Phantasm’ Gets an Awesome New Poster
Written by Jason McDonald, September 1, 2016
Well you can’t have a shiny new remastered version of the “Phantasm” without accompanying it with an even slicker poster.  The upcoming 4K remastered version of “Phantasm” just got an awesome new poster and fans of the series will definitely want to slap this puppy on their wall. It was announced this year that Don Coscarelli

‘Stranger Things’ Season 2 Will Air in 2017
Written by Chris Savage, August 31, 2016
I think I’m gonna need about eight pairs of eyeballs to keep up with all the awesome TV we have. What with all the awesome shows we have already and the pending return of Tales from the Crypt, it appears as if we will have even more Stranger Things. The Netflix-hit pretty much took the

Fathom Releases New Teaser for Rob Zombie’s ’31’
Written by Jason McDonald, August 31, 2016
If you haven’t been keeping up with the latest news surrounding Rob Zombie’s upcoming film “31”, then you might have missed out on the fact that Fathom Events is putting a special early screening of the film on September 1st.  That’s a couple of weeks ahead of it’s September 16th release.  With the event right

Ash Goes Patriotic in This New Poster for ‘Ash vs. Evil Dead’
Written by Chris Savage, August 30, 2016
Did you guys get a chance to watch the first season of Ash vs. Evil Dead? What did you think? Me personally, I thought it was a whole lot of fun with plenty of the red stuff, and speaking of the red stuff, with got a little bit of the red, white, and blue below

Eli Roth is Teaming Up with Universal Studios to Present this Year’s Terror Tram at Universal Studios
Written by Jason McDonald, August 30, 2016
The crazy storm of Halloween announcements has finally reached it’s end.  And this final announcement we begin to play the most maddening game of all: the waiting game. Universal Studios has announced that it is partnering up again with horror director Eli Roth for a new Terror Tram experience.  For those that don’t know the

‘Grimm’ Cancelled and Set to End After Season Six
Written by Jason McDonald, August 30, 2016
This news might not be so shocking if you’re a “Grimm” fan like myself.  For one, the last season seemed to be pushing things to a natural conclusion.  And secondly, it was announced earlier this year that “Grimm” would be getting a shortened season six.  So putting those two things together, it’s not all that

‘Let The Right One In’ Secures a Pilot Order with TNT
Written by Chris Savage, August 29, 2016
It was announced last year that a TV series based upon Let The Right One In was on the cards, and that the series was heading to towards A&E, and then quickly switched to TNT, but that was the last we heard. However, it appears as if things have moved rather quickly. According to Deadline, TNT has finalized a

Knott’s Berry Farm Unveils the Full Slate of Scares for this Years Knott’s Scary Farm
Written by Jason McDonald, August 28, 2016
The summer days are finally dying out and Fall is just peaking around the corner.  That can mean only one thing: it’s nearly Halloween season.  And while I’m the type of person to complain about Christmas decorations infesting stores early and early, you’ll hear no such complaints from me about the Halloween season.  I’m more

Dark Sky Films Celebrates 30 Years of ‘Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer’ with a 4K Restoration
Written by Chris Savage, August 27, 2016
I can’t believe it’s nearly been 30 years since Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer was released in the States, where has the time gone!? But, 30 years is a tremendous occasion and Dark Sky Films are celebrating in style. They will be re-releasing the film theatrically in 20 cities beginning this October 21st, plus it

This New ‘Blair Witch’ Poster is Kinda Awesome
Written by Chris Savage, August 26, 2016
With the release date for Blair Witch set for September 16th, we’ve had a few bits and pieces thrown at us to hype up the movie, but nothing has been quite as awesome as this. The powers that be have unleashed a new official poster, and it’s assembled with people, people being stretched, and perhaps being

Doug Liman is Set to Direct ‘Justice League: Dark’
Written by Jason McDonald, August 25, 2016
After going around the dancefloor a few times with director Guillermo Del Toro it looks like “Justice League: Dark” has found itself a new dance partner and a new identity. Variety has revealed today that director Doug Liman (“Edge of Tomorrow”) will be directing “Justice League: Dark” which is now being called “Dark Universe” for