Season Three of ‘Scream’ is Getting a Reboot
Written by Jason McDonald, April 27, 2017
Earlier this year I finally decided to give MTV’s “Scream” series a fair chance and started watching it. To be honest, it ain’t bad. In fact, I think it lives up to the “Scream” name overall.  Sadly, though, it looks like our time with the survivors of Lakewood is coming to an end. THR has

Jeff Goldblum Will Be in ‘Jurassic World 2’
Written by Jason McDonald, April 26, 2017
Goldblum… finds a way. While “Jurassic World” is a sequel to the “Jurassic Park” series, there were only a handful of connections that tied the two films together.  Most notably being BD Wong and the O.G. T-Rex.  However, another familiar beast is returning to the franchise. THR is reporting that Jeff Goldblum is set to

‘The Toxic Avenger’ Musical Hits London Beginning This September
Written by Chris Savage, April 26, 2017
Well, would you look at this. It appears as if Toxie is making a little trip across the pond once again to bring his mutant godliness to those of you in London in the form of a musical. The musical was so well received when it premiered at the Southwark Playhouse, that it managed to nab

‘BOAR’ Impales Universal Pictures Australia for Distribution
Written by Chris Savage, April 21, 2017
Chris Sun’s highly anticipated flick Boar is going from strength to strength as the film has just been picked up for distribution via Universal Pictures Australia with a cinema release planned. The film looks utterly awesome. I’m sure you remember the classic film Razorback? Well, Chris Sun looks to be delivering an absolute gorefest with

“Insidious: Chapter 4” Gets Pushed Into 2018
Written by Jason McDonald, April 21, 2017
The next chapter in the “Insidious” series is just a littler further away today as we’ve learned we’re going to have to wait till 2018 to see what the next chapter has in store for us. Deadline is reporting that “Insidious: Chapter 4” has moved off the 2017 schedule and is now premiering in 2018.

X-Files Renewed for Another Season at Fox
Written by Jason McDonald, April 21, 2017
Hey you know what was really awesome? That time “X-Files” was renewed for a tenth season.  You know what was less awesome? The actual tenth season.  Here’s hoping things go differently this time around. TVline is reporting that Fox has announced that they are renewing “The X-Files” for an eleventh season. And it won’t be a

Here’s Our First Look at the New Series Based on Stephen King’s ‘The Mist’
Written by Jason McDonald, April 12, 2017
I still haven’t gotten around to reading Stephen King’s “The Mist,” but that Frank Darabont film sure screwed me up pretty good. It’s the rare film that I absolutely love and will never watch again because of how it left me feeling. So I’m really curious to see if a TV series based on the

Chiller Films Unleashes ‘Camera Obscura’ This June
Written by Chris Savage, April 11, 2017
From Aaron B. Koontz and Cameron Burns comes Koontz’ directorial debut Camera Obscura, and we can reveal that the folks over at Chiller Films will be unleashing the film onto VOD and in theatres this June 9th and then Digital HD on June 13th. Below we also have the first official still from the upcoming film.

Jeffrey Dean Morgan Joins Monster Film ‘Rampage’
Written by Jason McDonald, April 6, 2017
While Negan has his hands full with things going on in “The Walking Dead” universe, actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan is taking on a different sort of problem. Deadline is reporting today that “The Walking Dead” actor will be joining Dwayne Johnson in the upcoming giant monster-flick “Rampage.”  As you might recall from your gaming youth,

‘The Purge’ is Headed to the Small Screen with a TV Series
Written by Jason McDonald, April 5, 2017
While “The Purge” films tend to be  a bit divisive, there’s no denying that the series seems to be growing in popularity as they go on with the most recent film being the highest grossing in the series. However, does the Purge have enough staying power to not only support a new movie but now

New ‘Mummy’ Trailer Ventures into Uncharted Territory
Written by Jason McDonald, April 2, 2017
Okay, i’ve never considered the possibility that Tom Cruise could possibly play Nathan Drake from “Uncharted,” but this new trailer for “The Mummy” makes a pretty good case for it. Seriously the first few parts of the trailer look like they’re ripped right out of an “Uncharted” game.  And I’m not complaining about that, I’m

Warner Bros Unleashes a Trailer for ‘Annabelle: Creation’
Written by Jason McDonald, April 2, 2017
At Wondercon today Warner Bros held a special presentation for their upcoming films and one of the things highlighted was a new trailer for the upcoming prequel flick “Annabelle: Creation.” In the trailer, which you can check out down below, we get at look at how Annabelle came to be and who she really was.

Wondercon Day One in Photos
Written by Jason McDonald, April 2, 2017
It’s that time of year where we get ready for the big cons by attending what I like to think is the pre-game for the rest of the year: Wondercon. This year is rather light when it comes to the horror, but I decided to do my due diligence and hang around the con to

Like the New ‘It’ Trailer? Here’s a Shot by Shot Comparison with the Original
Written by Jason McDonald, March 31, 2017
I can’t explain it yet, but I’ve been drawn in by the new “It” trailer and I’ve found myself watching it a few times already.  I started to get curious about how the old series would compare with the new one and, thankfully, someone did the leg work for me. This video by YouTube user

The Skullcrawlers in ‘Kong: Skull Island’ Were Based Off of a Pokemon
Written by Jason McDonald, March 31, 2017
Inspiration can be drawn from all sorts of places and given how so many of the new generation of filmmakers grew up in the 80s/90s it’s no surprise that some of them might draw inspiration from one of the hottest ’90s properties: Pokemon. Wired recently posted a video that explored some of the behind-the-scene facts

‘Annabelle 2’ Will Now Be Known as ‘Annabelle: Creation’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 31, 2017
Hey, have you heard of the new film “Annabelle 2?” No, you haven’t, because that film no longer exists. The sequel to “Annabelle” has undergone a name change.  They’ve gotten rid of the old fashion numeral sequel title and instead have gone with a hip and trendy subtitle. Revealed during Cinemacon, which is taking place

Netflix Announces Season Two of ‘Santa Clarita Diet’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 30, 2017
If, like me, you’ve binged your way through the first season of “Santa Clarita Diet” and are eager for more then here’s some good news to hold you over. Netflix has announced today that the Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant zombie comedy will be getting a second season. The announcement came with what they’re calling

‘The Killer Movie Channel’ is Giving Away a Free One Year Subscription
Written by Chris Savage, March 29, 2017
Do you guys need more horror in your life? Heck, who am I kidding, we all do! So, how about a free one year subscription to the streaming site The Killer Movie Channel? Well, it’s simple. Simply join their Facebook group page and write your story, explaining why YOU are the greatest horror movie fan on

Check Out the Teaser for Hulu’s Upcoming Anthology Series ‘Dimension 404’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 29, 2017
This one certainly caught me by surprise. Probably because I don’t have Hulu.  I might have to change that to check out this show though.  Not only does it have an interesting cast in front of the camera, but it has some intriguing talent behind it. “Dimension 404” is a new sci-fi anthology series coming

Dario Argento Has Two New Projects in the Works
Written by Jason McDonald, March 29, 2017
Legendary director Dario Argento may be getting on in years, but he hasn’t slowed down one bit.  It’s been about five years since Argento’s last directorial project, but it looks like he’s ready to set in the director’s chair once again. DUHD is reporting that Argento was attending a recent photo exhibition for artist Franco