Paramount Gives Third Cloverfield Film a New Release Date
Written by Jason McDonald, December 9, 2016
Unlike the surprise announcement of “10 Cloverfield Lane” the third installment in the Cloverfield series hasn’t been kept underwraps as tightly.  With a release date scheduled for February it seemed like Paramount was going to pull another “surprise” trailer reveal shortly before the release of their new film “God Particle”, though this time we’d be ready

The All-Female Horror Anthology ‘XX’ to Make its Premiere at Sundance
Written by Chris Savage, December 6, 2016
It has been quite a while since we had an update for you in regards to the all-female anthology flick, XX, but we can reveal that not only has the film completed production, but XX will be making its premiere at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival in 2017 as part of the Midnight line-up. The

Universal Won’t Be Including ‘Dracula: Untold’ in the New Monster Universe
Written by Jason McDonald, December 6, 2016
There’s been a lot of talk about Universal’s plans for a cinematic monster universe again thanks in large part to the release of the first “Mummy” trailer.  However, there’s been one lingering question I’ve had about this whole project and it looks like we can finally put this semi-mystery to bed. A long time ago

First Full Length Trailer for ‘The Mummy’
Written by Jason McDonald, December 5, 2016
Earlier this week Universal released the first poster and teaser trailer for their upcoming monster revival film “The Mummy.”  Today we’ve got the actual full-length trailer to share with you. This new “Mummy” film is the firs step in Universal’s grand plan to reboot their classic monsters for a modern era and to create a

First Trailer for ‘The Last of Us Part II’
Written by Jason McDonald, December 5, 2016
This weekend Sony hosted their annual Playstation Experience event here in Southern California and while the event didn’t have a whole lot of new announcements,  the few that were there where pretty hefty in size. Among them included the often rumored sequel to “The Last of Us.”  We’ve known for a while now that something

Universal Releases First Poster and Teaser Trailer for New ‘Mummy’ Film
Written by Jason McDonald, December 2, 2016
It’s been ages since Universal first announced their big plans for a cinematic universe based on their classic movie monsters.  Now we’re finally starting to see the fruits of that tree they planted. Universal released two bits of promotional material for the first movie to kick off their cinematic universe “The Mummy.”  Well. . .

Official Red Band Trailer for Greg McLean’s ‘The Belko Experiment’
Written by Chris Savage, December 1, 2016
The Belko Experiment, which is written by James Gunn and directed by Greg McLean is set to hit theatres this March 17, 2017, and today we have for you the official red band trailer. Make your way below and let us know what you make of this one so far? We are pretty stoked for

The Horror of the ‘Eloise’ Hospital Comes to Life This February
Written by Chris Savage, November 30, 2016
I’m pretty sure a few of you have heard the stories in regards to the Eloise psychiatric hospital located in Westland, MI, right? Well, Robert Legato is tackling the horrors of the institution with his latest flick Eloise, and we have the official trailer, artwork and more. Now I’ve never heard of the place, but apparently the

John Carpenter Wants to Help Make a ‘Halloween’ Film He’s Proud Of
Written by Jason McDonald, November 30, 2016
Obviously no one (well, almost no one) sets out to help bring a terrible movie to life. However, when a series has floundered for as long as the “Halloween” series has, it’s nice to hear that the man who created it really wants to see it succeed again. The folks at Dark Universe had the

First Official Teaser Poster for ‘Alien: Covenant’ Has Arrived
Written by Chris Savage, November 24, 2016
I absolutely love this! At times simplicity is best, and the first official teaser poster for Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant, is simplicity at its best. The poster simply features a drooling Xenomorph with the simple caption of “Run.” It’s awesome, and hopefully a sign of things to come. But what’s even better is that the

‘The Veil’ Finds a Home with Vertical Entertainment
Written by Chris Savage, November 23, 2016
It has been a little while since we’ve had an update for you in regards to Brent Ryan Green’s The Veil, but it appears as if they have been hard at work in that time as the film has just been acquired by Vertical Entertainment with a theatrical release planned for the second quarter of 2017.

‘The Last of Us’ Adaptation Has hit a Roadblock According to Sam Raimi
Written by Jason McDonald, November 17, 2016
It’s been awhile since I’ve thought about a feature film adaptation of “The Last of Us.”  Shortly after the quasi-zombie horror game was released it seemed like “The Last of Us” was on the Hollywood fast track to getting a big screen adaptation.  However, while rumors of a “Last of Us 2” keep mounting, we’ve

Victor Crowley Slashes His Way into Comics
Written by Chris Savage, November 16, 2016
Am I safe to assume that Adam Green’s Hatchet series is liked by many of you? I mean, of course you can’t please everyone, but I think a few of you dig the mindless violence of the series, right? I know I do, and that’s why we are pretty stoked to learn that Victor Crowley will soon

Max Landis is Writing and Directing a Remake of ‘An American Werewolf in London’
Written by Jason McDonald, November 8, 2016
I know it’s a cliche, but it’s hard to avoid the fact that this is one of the most “following in your father’s footsteps” examples I’ve seen in a long while.  Max Landis, son of John Landis, is writing and directing a remake of “An American Werewolf in London.” Deadline broke the news tonight revealing

Sean Astin and Paul Reiser Join Season 2 of ‘Stranger Things’
Written by Jason McDonald, November 8, 2016
At this point I’ve run out of things to say about the first season of “Stranger Things.”  I’ve exhausted all theories with friends and family and I’ve grown tired of browsing Reddit pages dedicated to pulling the series apart scene by scene.  The only thing that can save me now is a second season. Thankfully

Olivia Munn Joins the New ‘Predator’ Film
Written by Jason McDonald, November 4, 2016
A little while ago we learned that actor Benicio Del Toro had stepped out of the new “Predator” film from director Shane Black only to be replaced by “Narcos” actor Boyd Holbrook.  And while the film had a momentary setback, it looks like the casting train is starting to pick up steam with a new

The Undead are in Command in Chee Keong Cheung’s ‘Redcon-1’
Written by Chris Savage, October 25, 2016
You want the ultimate killing machine? How about a swarm of zombies that can control their actions and fight back, not just munch on brains? Well, Chee Keong Cheung has completed filming his action/horror zombie flick Redcon-1, and we have the early details along with a behind-the-scenes photo for you to check out below. From the Press Release:

Mike Dougherty and Zach Shields to Write ‘Godzilla 2’
Written by Jason McDonald, October 21, 2016
I really enjoyed Gareth Edwards’ new take on “Godzilla”, but that film wasn’t without its faults.  In fact, probably the weakest parts of the film were the huge chunks of lifeless human drama that spaced out all the great kaiju action.  Now, I’m not against human drama, but I’d prefer it to be a bit

CBS Cancels ‘BrainDead’ and ‘American Gothic’
Written by Jason McDonald, October 19, 2016
These last few years CBS has found some surprising success with summer television series, but it looks like the network’s new shows didn’t quite heat-up the airwaves this year. CBS announced today that their new shows “BrainDead” and “American Gothic” have been cancelled after their first season.  “BrainDead” was a political comedy about alien brain

[Review] Criterion Edition of ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’ is a Must for Guillermo del Toro Fans
Written by Jason McDonald, October 18, 2016
Guillermo del Toro’s body of work is one of the few collections of films where I feel hard pressed to think of one I don’t like.  It’s equally challenging to think of one that stands out as my favorite.  However, among the ones that I would consider, I know for certain that “Pan’s Labyrinth” would be among my top contenders for