The New ‘Children of the Corn’ Movie is a ‘Runaway’
Written by Chris Savage, March 21, 2016
As you’re well aware, a new Children of the Corn movie is reportedly in production via Dimension Films, and everything seems to be top-secret. But, our friends over at Bloody-Disgusting have done a little digging and have unearthed some new details from the latest installment. According to the site, the new movie is reportedly titled Children

A Sequel to ‘I Come in Peace’ May Finally Be in the Works
Written by Jason McDonald, March 19, 2016
This is a shocking bit of news, but it looks like a sequel to “I Come in Peace” may be in the works.  Nothing official has been announced yet, but a certain alien drug dealer seems to be back in the game.  And if you can’t trust your intergalactic drug dealer, who you can you

[Trailer] Blake Lively Takes on a Shark in ‘The Shallows’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 19, 2016
It’s been a hot minute since we’ve seen a normal shark movie.  I’m talking about the kind of shark that doesn’t have two heads, lives in a tornado, or requires an exorcism. Just a straight up shark that swims in the water doing shark stuff and occasionally biting people. “The Shallows” is taking shark films back

‘Dr. Giggles’ Actor Larry Drake Has Passed Away at the Age of 66
Written by Jason McDonald, March 18, 2016
Horror has lost another familiar face today.  Actor Larry Drake, who had numerous roles on television and the big screen, has passed away today the age of 66. Larry’s acting career started in the early 70s with bit parts in television and film until he landed the breakout role of Benny on the TV series

Is John Gulager Directing a New ‘Children of the Corn’ Sequel?
Written by Chris Savage, March 16, 2016
As is often the case, history tends to repeat itself and it certainly appears as if that is the case. You guys remember when Hellraiser: Revelations was rushed into production back in 2010, right? Well, you may also remember that Dimension Films also put a new Children of the Corn movie into production, which was

First Look At Fede Alvarez’s ‘Don’t Breathe’
Written by Chris Savage, March 15, 2016
Fede Alvarez, the guy that gave us 2013’s Evil Dead, which was stellar in my opinion, is back to unleash some serious suspense in his latest flick Don’t Breathe. The film sounds like quite a personal film for Alvarez, and I’m keen to show us what he’s got. So, care to take a look at

STX Entertainment Unleashes ‘The Bye Bye Man’ This June
Written by Chris Savage, March 15, 2016
Stacy Title’s The Bye Bye Man looks to be saying hello this June, as the folks over at STX Entertainment have announced that they have moved the flick from a September 14th slot to a June 3rd release date. So, will you be welcoming The Bye Bye Man? Check out the synopsis and the first official photo

[Trailer] Horror Anthology ‘Holidays’ Gets a Trailer and Release Date
Written by Jason McDonald, March 15, 2016
There have been a few anthology films as of late that have focused on one holiday or another, but what if there was an anthology film that featured . . . wait for it . . . multiple holidays? Guess what? There is and we have a trailer and release date for it down below.

AMC Has Given ‘Preacher’ a Premiere Date
Written by Jason McDonald, March 15, 2016
It only seems like yesterday that we learned a “Preacher” series was in development at AMC.  Now the show will finally have it’s day in court as AMC has given it a premiere date for this summer. “Preacher” is based on the comic book series by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon.  The series followed a down and

Take a Peek at the New Pinhead in ‘Hellraiser: Judgment’
Written by Chris Savage, March 14, 2016
As you all know, a new Hellraiser movie is in the works, in fact, the film is currently in post-production and it actually appears to be coming together rather nicely, even if it doesn’t star Doug Bradley. I know, a Hellraiser movie without Doug Bradley is like a Nightmare On Elm Street film without Robert

Universal Studios Hollywood is Getting a Year-Round ‘Walking Dead’ Attraction
Written by Jason McDonald, March 14, 2016
It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of Universal Studios’ annual Halloween Horror Nights event.  Every year I look forward to the big reveal of mazes and attractions that start to trickle out in the lead up to the Halloween event.  But this year Universal is shaking things up by introducing a new year-round

[Trailer] From the Director of ‘Oculus’ Comes ‘Hush’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 14, 2016
Mike Flanagan’s last horror outing, “Oculus”, garnered a lot of good praise from both fans and critics.  Personally, I really enjoyed what that film had to offer so I’m eager to see how he’ll follow up.  Thankfully we won’t have to wait long for that. “Hush” is currently playing at SXSW, but it’ll be off

[Review] ’10 Cloverfield Lane’ is a Thrilling Claustrophobic Experience
Written by Jason McDonald, March 12, 2016
“10 Cloverfield Lane” may have had one of the most surprising advertising campaigns in recent memory.  I still remember the night when word started to get around that a mysterious new trailer suddenly dropped without any fanfare and that it carried the name “Cloverfield” with it.  It was exciting and I immediately got swept up

Lin Shaye & Robert Englund Reunite for ‘The Midnight Man’
Written by Chris Savage, March 10, 2016
Well, nothing gets better than having these two together, right? And as such, it brings us great joy to announce that Robert Englund and Lin Shaye will be reuniting once again on-screen in Travis Zariwny’s latest flick The Midnight Man. According to the folks over at The Wrap, “Midnight Man is based on the old Pagan

Official Poster & Photos from Robert Englund’s ‘Nightworld’
Written by Chris Savage, March 10, 2016
Robert Englund is just a beast, it’s as simple as that. The dude continues to do what he loves and as such, we freakin’ love him for it! So, what’s next from Mr. Englund? Well, how about a little psychological thriller? Head on down below for the first official poster and photos courtesy of Global

Gary Busey and More Join the Cast of ‘Sharknado 4’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 10, 2016
It’s coming.  Another storm is brewing and this time it might take more than the collective power of Tara Reid and Ian Ziering to stop it.  But who will we call upon in our hour of need?  SyFy has revealed the new list of names that’ll appear in “Sharknado 4” and it includes some choice

You Can Watch the First Episode of ‘Damien’ On YouTube
Written by Jason McDonald, March 9, 2016
And, best of all, it’s  legitimate. This isn’t xXx_420Murder’s upload of the first episode, this comes by way of network A&E.  And you can check it out down below. “Damien” is a sequel series to “The Omen” which was about an Ambassador and his wife adopting a young boy named Damien who turned out to

‘Amityville: The Awakening’ Gets Pushed Back to 2017
Written by Chris Savage, March 8, 2016
Well, I just don’t know. Earlier today it was announced that Dimension Films had pulled Franck Khalfoun’s (Maniac) Amityville: The Awakening from its release this April 1, 2016, and no explanation was given. Now Deadline have received exclusive word that the film will get released, but you’re gonna have to wait until 2017. According to the

Jake Johnson and Annabelle Wallis Join ‘The Mummy’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 8, 2016
The cast of Universal’s upcoming reboot of “The Mummy” is really starting to solidify now.  The first big name to join the project was Tom Cruise who was then followed by “Kingsman” actress Sofia Boutella.  Now we know a few more names that have joined the project along with some brief character descriptions. The Hollywood Reporter

‘The Exorcist’ Casts Geena Davis
Written by Chris Savage, March 8, 2016
Well, all of a sudden Fox’s drama pilot The Exorcist, has my full attention, as Deadline is reporting that Geena Davis (The Fly, Beetlejuice) has been cast in the upcoming series based upon William Peter Blatty’s novel of the same name. It’s said to be a modern reinvention, but, hell, it’s freakin got Geena Davis! According