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The Official ‘Ice Sharks’ Trailer Has Landed
Written by Chris Savage, July 21, 2016
What with a new Sharknado on the way, you know what’s on the horizon? That’s right, it’s nearly time for Syfy’s Sharknado Week which begins this Sunday, July 24th. With that, we’ve scored the official trailer for Emile Edwin Smith’s Ice Sharks, and you guys can check out the carnage below. We’ve also scored the complete

First Look at Cindy Maples’ ‘Out of my Mind’
Written by Chris Savage, July 20, 2016
Cindy Maples burst onto the scene last year with her stellar short film Random, and we are so happy to hear that she is working on yet another short which is titled Out of my Mind. The short is said to be influenced by the works of Edgar Allan Poe and Stephen King, while being

New Official Photos from ‘American Exorcism’
Written by Chris Savage, July 20, 2016
From Tripp Weathers comes his latest flick American Exorcism, and we’ve the film planned for a release later in the year, we’ve scored a slew of new clips courtesy of Thriller Films. Make your way below for your first look at this supernatural spook-fest! The film stars Michael Filipowich (Longmire), William McKinney (Blue Like Jazz), Kate Tumanova (Ribbons),

The ‘House of Purgatory’ Unleashes a New Official Trailer & Poster
Written by Chris Savage, July 20, 2016
Tyler Christensen has made his directorial debut with House of Purgatory and the film has already been picked up for distribution! Way to go, man! So, the film is set to be released by Terror Films and we’ve scored the first official trailer and poster for you to check out below. Let us know if

Terror Films Picks Up the Mysterious Horror Film ‘Savageland’
Written by Chris Savage, July 15, 2016
As a Savage myself, I approve of the title Savageland, from Simon Herbert, Phil Guidry, and David Whelan, which was recently acquired by Terror Films for distribution in North America. But, details are a little slim as it’s keeping with the whole mystery surrounding the film. But we have scored some early details and some intriguing

First Look at the Psychological Thriller ‘Goddess of Love’
Written by Chris Savage, July 13, 2016
We love a good psychological thriller around these parts, sadly they’re few and far between, but once we do get one they almost always hit the mark, so that’s why we’re pretty stoked for the Goddess of Love from Jon Knautz. The film looks deliciously seductive with some truly dark undertones, and I think some of

New Official Poster & Trailer for ‘Red Billabong’
Written by Chris Savage, July 12, 2016
We’ve been following Luke Sparke’s Australian creature feature Red Billabong, for a while now, and with each passing bit of information our anticipation has continued to grow and we just can’t wait to get a look at this sucker. So, with the film headed to Australian theatres this August 25, 2016, we’ve scored the theatrical poster and

‘Hell Town’ Hits VOD This August
Written by Chris Savage, July 11, 2016
From Steve Balderson comes his latest flick Hell Town, which stars genre favorite Debbie Rochon, and we’ve scored all the details regarding the upcoming release of the film on VOD this August 23, 2016 via Gravitas Ventures. From the Press Release: Gravitas Ventures has announced the August 23rd Cable and Digital HD release of Steve Balderson’s

‘The Night Shift’ Receives An Injection of Metal
Written by Chris Savage, July 9, 2016
We recently received word that SGL Entertianment is handling The Night Shift, one of the many new films from seasoned director Massimiliano Cerchi, and today we have got word that the film has teamed up with Pavement Music and Dark Star Records to introduce some music into the film. The deal includes songs from Hed PE, Soil

Stag Night of the Dead DVD Review
Written by Sam, July 8, 2016
The Film This micro budget British effort shows us a UK that has survived a pandemic that turned people into zombies (a fact that seems to have been well hidden from the population at large). Rather than attempt a serious take on this idea writer/director Neil ‘Napoleon’ Jones throws us in with a group of

First Official Teaser Trailer for ‘Carnivore’
Written by Chris Savage, July 6, 2016
From Simon Wells comes his latest flick Carnivore, which just so happens to be a freakin’ werewolf film! Oh yes, get ready to howl at that film, guys, we have a new werewolf for you to sink your teeth into. So, head on down below as we have scored your first look at the film

Brain Damage Films’ ‘On the Brain’ Hits DVD
Written by Chris Savage, July 6, 2016
Thanks to our good friend Avery for the heads-up, we have scored the official poster, trailer and all the details you need for Kevin Stevenson’s On the Brain, a film which is based upon Ina Gay Trask’s short story; The Dangerous Season. And we can reveal that the film will be making its way to DVD this July

[Trailer] A Lovecraftian Beast is Unleashed in ‘The Creature Below’
Written by Chris Savage, July 2, 2016
I can’t think of anything better to kick off the weekend than with some awesome practical effects, lovecraftian monsters, and buckets of the red stuff, and that’s just the tip of what we have for you. From  Stewart Sparke and writer Paul Butler comes their latest flick The Creature Below, and it looks fantastic. If

New Official Photos from Debbie Rochon’s ‘Model Hunger’
Written by Chris Savage, July 1, 2016
Debbie Rochon’s (Return to Nuke ‘Em High, Phobia, The Theater Bizarre) directorial debut Model Hunger is nearing its release date this July 12th via Wild Eye Releasing, and we have scored some new photos to help you get pumped for this sucker. From the Press Release: Wild Eye Releasing is honored to put legendary horror

Exclusive: Two New Official Clips from ‘The Laughing Mask’
Written by Chris Savage, July 1, 2016
It has been a very long time coming. I remember we wrote an article or two regarding the film way back in 2012, so it’s great to see the film is still very much alive and well. Anyway, Michael Aguiar’s long-awaited flick The Laughing Mask has finally been unleashed onto the world via Leomark Studios

First Look at Thomas Nicol’s ‘Tabbott’s Traveling Carnivale of Terrors’
Written by Chris Savage, July 1, 2016
From Thomas Nicol (The Mitchell Tapes) comes his latest flick Tabbott’s Traveling Carnivale of Terrors, a film that has just scored the talents of Bill Moseley and Kane Hodder, and we have all the details, artwork and teaser trailer for the film. The film is currently in production so we should have more for you soon,

Full Official Trailer for Adam Steigert’s ‘S.T.A.R. [Space Traveling Alien Reject]’
Written by Chris Savage, July 1, 2016
In October of last year we gave you guys the official teaser trailer for Adam Steigert’s sci-fi/comedy S.T.A.R. [Space Traveling Alien Reject], since then though it’s been extremely silent. But, that silence has finally been broken as we have scored the full official trailer for the film and you can check it out below. It looks like

Exclusive: New Official Stills of Ashley Park in ‘Terror Tales’
Written by Chris Savage, June 28, 2016
Do you guys still need a fix of Jimmy Lee Combs’ Terror Tales? Yeah, you’re stoked for this one too, right? Well, make your way below as we have scored some exclusive photos from a recent shoot of the film which features Ashley Park, who was recently crowned Miss Asia USA. She plays the role of Alisha

[Video] ‘Sharkasaurus’ is ‘Tremors’ with Sharks!
Written by Chris Savage, June 28, 2016
From Spencer Estabrooks comes a short that is almost guaranteed to brighten your day, and you guys can take a peek at its awesomeness below. The short is titled Sharkasaurus and it’s pretty much Tremors with sharks and it looks as if they have combined the two brilliantly. So, head on down and check out the short,

First Look at Sandy Collora’s Creature Feature ‘Shallow Water’
Written by Chris Savage, June 16, 2016
I’m just going to go straight in here; the creature in Sandy Collora’s Shallow Water looks fantastic! This is what we need and hopefully we will get it, but that comes down to us. Shallow Water is said to be the first in a series of short films which will be a part of a retro horror/sci-fi anthology feature, but they