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[Trailer] Avalanche Sharks Takes a Bite out of VOD
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 26 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
Just when you thought you had see all the shark films available in every sort of scenario, along comes Avalanche Sharks to blanket you in fear. Yep, these sharks seem to get everywhere! But for now, it’s in an avalanche, and we have scored a new trailer for the film along with all the details you need [...]

Jennifer Lynn Warren, Andrew Sensenig and Bill Oberst Jr Venture into the Supernatural with ‘Ayla’
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 26 Days Ago. | No Comments
We recently got word that Elias’ mysterious supernatural flick A, was revealed to be Ayla, and along with that we scored some truly stunning artwork to go along with the reveal of the title of the film. Now today we have something equally as beautiful, in the form of three new cast members which includes our [...]

First Trailer for the Creature Feature ‘Prairie Dog’
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 31 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
There are perhaps a handful of things that truly peek my interest and two of them are right here, practical effects and a creature feature, so yeah, Prairie Dog has already peeked my interest and perhaps it will pique yours too as we have scored the first official trailer along with a teaser trailer, thanks to [...]

[Trailer] Brace Yourselves for Llamageddon!
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 33 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
All this time we thought the world would be taken over by monkeys or dolphins, but in actual fact we have been blinded behind the hideous truth, the truth that there is another uprising, the rising of the Llama! Yep, it’s a Llamageddon and it’s happening thanks to the director Howie Dewin and Avery for giving [...]

Queen Crab Spawns onto DVD This September
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 33 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
Just a little over a year ago we gave you guys your first look at Brett Piper’s (They Bite, The Screaming Dead, Raiders of the Living Dead) Queen Crab, a film which has truly captured the essence of stop-motion films from the 1950’s, and we’re very pleased to announce that Wild Eye Releasing will be unleashing [...]

New Official Trailer and Artwork for Volumes of Blood
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 34 Days Ago. | No Comments
You know us, we absolutely adore horror anthologies, and what makes this even better is that it has a few of our good friends involved, such as Lee Vervoort and Jakob Bilinski, to name but a few. So, how about a taste, eh? Well, head on down below as we have scored the brand new [...]

Bill Oberst Jr. Hits the Stage with Ray Bradbury’s Pillar of Fire‏
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 37 Days Ago. | 3 Comments
The one and only Bill Oberst, Jr., is quite possibly the most hardest working man in the horror genre today, he lives and breathes horror like no one else I know, so it only makes sense that such a man would take his talents to the stage to perform a reading of Ray Bradbury’s Pillar of [...]

New Details for Sherlock Holmes vs. Frankenstein
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 38 Days Ago. | 2 Comments
It has been about three years since we last had anything to report, but we have just got some new details in regards to Gautier Cazenave’s (House of VHS) latest flick, and it’s pitting the greatest detective in the world against one of the greatest mysteries of all, this is Sherlock Holmes vs. Frankenstein! Yep, and this [...]

Official Teaser Trailer for the Creature Feature ‘One Drop’
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 40 Days Ago. | No Comments
Okay Canada, what the heck is in your water? You guys are obviously freakin’ awesome as the talent pool is off the hook! Why am I asking? Well, Canada’s very own Tricia Lee, has just finished production on her latest film One Drop, and so far it looks fantastic, beautifully polished and just waiting for [...]

Official Teaser Poster for The House on the Frontier
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 40 Days Ago. | No Comments
Bare with us with this one. At this time details are extremely scarce, but we just had to share with you the official teaser poster for Xavier Rull’s The House on the Frontier, a film that is written by Sergio Román, simply because this sucker has us intrigued. Just read the tagline; “There’s a house where [...]

First Look at Splatterpunk The Movie
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 40 Days Ago. | No Comments
As you guys know. We absolutely love anthology films around these parts and it just so happens that we have scored some details in regards to Erick Wofford’s (The Music of Erich Zann) Splatterpunk, a film which centers around a tale from the one and only David Schow (The Crow, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III). In [...]

LeglessCorpse Films Injects Fear into Deimosimine
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 41 Days Ago. | No Comments
We have just received word that LeglessCorpse Films have teamed up with Chad Armstrong to create an old-school practical effect film in the form of Deimosimine, and you guys can score yourselves a copy for just $2! Yep. $2 gets you a digital rental of the film if you help them out over at indiegogo. Pretty sweet if you ask me. [...]

Official NSFW Trailer for Bunny the Killer Thing
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 41 Days Ago. | 9 Comments
Seriously, guys. Brace yourselves for what you’re about to see, if you’re offended by nudity, killer genitals and copious amounts of gore, you may want to skip this one. You have been warned. If not, let me introduce you to Joonas Makkonen’s Finnish horror flick Bunny the Killer Thing, and we have scored the official NSFW trailer for you guys [...]

Help Slay Belles Save Christmas from Krampus!
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 43 Days Ago. | No Comments
That pesky beast, Krampus, is up to his old tricks again. Just when you thought it was safe, in comes the devil of Christmas to put a downer on your festivities, but all is not lost. SpookyDan Walker looks set to save Christmas with his latest film Slay Belles, but he needs your help in doing [...]

[Trailer] First Look at SGL Entertainment’s Subject 0: Shattered Memories
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 44 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
We have just received word that Tiziano Cella’s latest flick, Subject 0: Shattered Memories, has just been picked up by SGL Entertainment for worldwide distribution, with the film first hitting the States and Canada on DVD, Blu-ray and various VOD platforms this 2016. But until that time arrives, we have not only scored a trailer for [...]

The Zombie Virus Goes Viral in ‘Virus of the Dead’
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 44 Days Ago. | No Comments
You guys love zombies, right? How about anthologies? Well, how about we put the two together, would you guys be down for that? If so we have your back as a new zombie-themed anthology flick is rising from the grave and we have some early details for the film which is entitled Virus of the [...]

DVD Has Just Been Infected by Insectula!
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 47 Days Ago. | No Comments
We’ve been talking about Mike Peterson’s Insectula! for years, but in the past year or so it has been silent, we had worries that someone may have eradicated the bugs. Thankfully that is not the case as the film recently had a small run in theatres at the Mall of America, but that’s not all. The film is [...]

Beautiful Poster Artwork for ‘Ayla’ Inside
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 49 Days Ago. | No Comments
Last year we gave you guys the first details in regards to Elias’ (Gut) latest flick A (Ayla), and I was definitely intrigued and stoked as the guy is definitely someone who has a true talent, but not only that, the film is set to star Tristan Risk and Nicholas Wilder. So, today we have been [...]

Dark Star: H.R. Giger’s World Documentary (2014) Review
Written by Flay Otters, Posted 51 Days Ago. | No Comments
More often than not, documentaries that profile artists have an agenda to put forth, something they want to say. A narrative through-line that creates a kind of plot, as it were, to advance the director’s thoughts on the subject. This is common, expected and often very boring. Thankfully, Belinda Sallin’s lovely, emotional documentary, Dark Star: [...]

Cooties (2014) Review – Stanley Film Festival
Written by Flay Otters, Posted 51 Days Ago. | 2 Comments
There aren’t a lot of films that tackle the ‘killer-kid/killing kids’ sub-genre because, mainly, this is taboo territory. Films like Max Kalmanowicz’ The Children (1980) or the beautiful 1976 Spanish film, Who Can Kill A Child? or even the original Children Of The Corn, the Belgian Film Welp/Cub or Cronenberg’s The Brood (1979) are near the [...]