Dolph Lundgren Battles Demons in ‘Don’t Kill It’
Written by Chris Savage, May 14, 2016
Dolph Lundgren is always fun to watch, so it makes sense that he is set to star in Don’t Kill It from Mike Mendez, the same guy that gave us such fun flicks as Big Ass Spider and Lavalantula, and judging by the sales trailer, Don’t Kill It will be equally as fun. Hopefully we will be

‘Girl in Woods’ Finds a Home on VOD This June
Written by Chris Savage, May 13, 2016
We have just received word that Candy Factory Films have announced that they will be unleashing Jeremy Benson’s creepy flick Girl in Woods onto various VOD platforms this June 3rd, and we have all the details you need including the official trailer. Head on down below and take a gander. From the Press Release: Candy Factory Films has

Artsploitation Films Examines ‘The Anatomy of Monsters’
Written by Chris Savage, May 13, 2016
We here love Artsploitation Films, they often pick up the strange and the unique and today is no different as they have just announced that Byron C. Miller’s The Anatomy of Monsters is the latest film to joining their ever growing catalog. From the Press Release: Artsploitation Films has announced that is has acquired the North American rights

[Trailer] First Look at Matthew Packman’s ‘Margo’
Written by Chris Savage, May 13, 2016
It’s times like these why I absolutely freakin’ love the indie scene. It’s the passion, the drive, the creativity and the ability to create something from the heart; such is the case with Matthew Packman’s latest flick Margo. It’s a female-driven flick that looks dark, brooding and utterly unnerving, and we have scored the early

Reggie Bannister Looks to Grab You by the ‘Bonejangles’
Written by Chris Savage, May 12, 2016
With a name like Bonejangles, you’d expect it to be a little bat-sh*t crazy, and well, it is! The film looks set to be a ton of fun, with a cursed town filled with reanimated corpses, and only a rag-tag group of police officers on hand to save the day, I think we’re in for

[Trailer] The Asylum Unleashes an “Independents’ Day”
Written by Chris Savage, May 12, 2016
Well, I can’t say I’m surprised. As you know, The Asylum is THE home of the mockbuster, and their latest might just be their most shameless mockbuster to date, but still, you got to give them credit. Independents’ Day is still pretty clever, but do you want another shocker? this actually looks really quite good, most of

New Poster & Premiere Announced for Daniel Armstrong’s ‘Sheborg Massacre’
Written by Chris Savage, May 12, 2016
In October of last year we ushered in the first official teaser trailer for Daniel Armstrong’s latest flick Sheborg Massacre, and we loved it (see below), it’s a non-stop thrill ride full of badass chicks, what more could you want?  Anyway, jump forward a few months later and we can reveal that the film is scheduled

‘Witchula’ Summons International Co-Producers to Bring the Film to Life
Written by Chris Savage, May 10, 2016
It’s been a few months since we last had an update for you in regards to Marcus Bradford’s latest film Witchula, which is being pegged as “The real Expendables of horror,” but in that time they have been extremely busy as they have been putting the final touches together in regards to a co-producing deal between MAB Studios

Sneak Peek Look at the ‘El Gigante’ Comic
Written by Chris Savage, May 10, 2016
A little while back I had the opportunity to witness Gigi Saul Guerrero’s horror short El Gigante, which is based upon Shane McKenzie’s novel Muerte Con Carne, and it was pure awesomeness! Gigi and her team over at Luchagore Productions absolutely nailed it, and it quickly became one of the best shorts I’ve ever seen. But it

Will You Sleep in the ‘Bed of the Dead’?
Written by Chris Savage, May 6, 2016
From the twisted minds who brought you Bite, comes another tale of terror, only this time, you’ll be dead tired. Bed of the Dead definitely has me intrigued, but more so is this beautiful poster art (see below) via Breakthrough Entertainment. It’s definitely a contender for best poster art of the year! So, are you

SGL Entertainment Conjure Up Three Demonic Sisters in ‘Sugar Skull Girls’
Written by Chris Savage, May 6, 2016
We here like to cater to horror fans of all ages, so it brings us great pleasure to announce that SGL Entertainment will be unleashing Christian Grillo’s latest flick Sugar Skull Girls and TV series onto Blu-ray, DVD and various other platforms in early 2017. Even though this might be aimed at teenagers, it stars a

‘Harvest Lake’ Announces Its European Premiere & More
Written by Chris Savage, May 5, 2016
What’s that? Scott Schirmer’s (Found) latest flick Harvest Lake stars Ellie Church? Sign me the hell up! This girl is the future and we’re so happy just to tag along for the ride, but first, check out Harvest Lake, it sounds awesome, plus it stars none other than Tristan Risk! Yep, what more could you

[Watch] “Not Alone” – The Third Episode from ‘The Witching Season’
Written by Chris Savage, May 4, 2016
Have you guys been following Michael Ballif’s free Halloween horror anthology The Witching Season? If not, I suggest you change that right now, as the series is simply growing from strength-to-strength, with each episode giving us something different and unique, but keeping within The Witching Season theme. Now, don’t be put off by this being free,

New Trailer & More for ‘Don’t Look In The Basement 2’
Written by Chris Savage, May 4, 2016
We hold S.F. Brownrigg’s Don’t Look In The Basement (The Forgotten) very close to our hearts around these parts, we love it. But what we love more is that his son, Anthony Brownrigg, is continuing the story with Don’t Look In The Basement 2, and it looks as if Anthony is going to do his late father

DVD & VOD Becomes ‘Dark’ This June
Written by Chris Savage, May 4, 2016
We’ve been keeping a close eye on Nick Basile’s flick Dark, as the film is a brooding, slow burn thriller, that manages to keep you on the edge-of-your-seat. We loved it, and we think many of you will too. But, it’s been a little silent as of late in regards to any proceedings in the film but,

Concept Trailer for the Horror Anthology ‘Exhibits’
Written by Chris Savage, May 3, 2016
A little while back Paul Gerrard ushered in a pitch for a new Hellraiser film, which was entitled Hellraiser: Origins [See HERE for more]. Sadly it never came to be, which was a major bummer as it looked set to deliver something fresh and deeply dark. But, somethings are just not meant to be I guess. However, from that,

First Look and Details for ‘Sun Choke’
Written by Chris Savage, April 27, 2016
There’s one flick which is gaining a huge amount of buzz and that is  Ben Cresciman’s Sun Choke. The film has played at a slew of festivals, and as such, nearly everyone who has seen it has been raving about it. So, care to take a peek at the highly praised psychological thriller Sun Choke?

‘Beware the Moon’ Book Expands on the ‘American Werewolf in London’ Documentary
Written by Chris Savage, April 26, 2016
John Landis’ movie An American Werewolf in London, is one of those films that we all love, admire and adore, the film pops up in all kinds of ‘Best Of’ lists and it just goes to show how much of an impact the film has had on all of us. So when Paul Davis unleashed

Rhapsody of Fire Injects Metal into ‘Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter’
Written by Chris Savage, April 25, 2016
What’s more metal than steel robots? It’s killer robots with a generous helping of heavy metal, and Neil Johnson’s latest flick Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter, has managed to combine the two thanks to the inclusion of Italian symphonic power metal band Rhapsody of Fire! This one is going to be epic! Head on down below for the

[Short Film Review] ‘Heir’
Written by Chris Savage, April 23, 2016
We here have been following Richard Powell’s Heir for as long as we can remember, as the short film comes from Fatal Pictures, who certainly have an eye for all things horror. So, when we got the opportunity to check out the fourth short from Fatal Pictures, we jumped at the chance. Now, as Heir is