[Horror Short] A ‘Strange Thing’ Lurks In Your Living Room
Written by Chris Savage, August 3, 2015
Are you guys after a quick fix of horror? Well, we have your back as we have scored Alrik Bursell’s horror short Strange Thing, in all its gooey entirety below. Trust me, this one is a great little slice of horror which I think many of you will love.  Give it a watch below and let us

Slasher House Opens Its Doors for a Sequel
Written by Chris Savage, August 3, 2015
MJ Dixon is back once again with yet another horror film and this time it’s a follow up to his first endeavor Slasher House. The doors have been opened once more and a new group of serial killers are waiting for you, but will you enter? I say, go for it! So, make your way below

Strange Nature Runs Amok In This Official Trailer
Written by Chris Savage, August 3, 2015
What we have for you guys today is Jim Ojala’s latest flick which focuses on the real life frog deformity outbreaks which became widespread throughout the U.S., while adding a little extra horror. So, make your way below and check out the first teaser trailer and let us know what you think of this one so far? The

Zombie with a Shotgun Movie Poster First Look
Written by Herner Klenthur, August 3, 2015
The mini series Zombie with A Shotgun is getting a big upgrade in the form of a feature film. The web series creator announced today the official trailer for the mini series which was featured on vimeo. There is no details on when the film will be released or by who but it will follow

Forgotten Tales Scores Worldwide Distribution with SGL Entertainment
Written by Chris Savage, August 3, 2015
The folks over at SGL Entertainment are on a role as of late, picking various indie titles which show a huge amount of intrigue and today is no different. We have just learned that their latest acquisition is Reyna Young’s anthology flick Forgotten Tales, and we have all the details including the official trailer. Read

10 Indie Horror Films Every Horror Fan Should See!
Written by Flay Otters, August 1, 2015
There was a bit of noise out of the Independent Spirit Awards recently surrounding the idea of ‘independent’ or ‘low budget’ and what that means. A twenty million dollar budget and a huge promotional machine behind a film seems, to me anyway, to strip away a little of what makes a film ‘independent.’ That said,

New Official Trailer for The Barn
Written by Chris Savage, July 31, 2015
Earlier this year we gave you guys the first trailer and details for Justin M. Seaman’s 1980’s throwback flick The Barn, a film which shown a ton of promise. Today, my friends, courtesy of Fangoria, we have scored a brand new trailer which further cements my opinion that this sucker will be off the hook! Check

[Trailer] ‘Goodnight Mommy’ Gets Under Your Skin
Written by Chris Savage, July 30, 2015
What we have for you today could be the sleeper hit of 2015. Below we have the first trailer and details for Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala’s Austrian psychological horror flick Goodnight Mommy, and it looks eerie, moody and just freakin’ intriguing. Make your way below and check out the trailer and let us know what you

[Trailer] From Parts Unknown: Fight Like A Girl Finally Hits DVD & VOD
Written by Chris Savage, July 28, 2015
It has been a long time coming. We thought that Daniel Armstrong’s female wrestling, exploitation flick, From Parts Unknown: Fight Like A Girl would never see the light of day, but after nine long years the film is finally being released, but for now it’s only being released in Australia. However, a release in the UK and

New Picassoesque Poster from Cleaver
Written by Chris Savage, July 26, 2015
Nearing the end of last year we broke the news that MJ Dixon would be expanding on some of the characters that appeared in his slasher flick Slasher House, one of those characters just so happened to be a freakin’ clown! The film is entitled Cleaver: Rise of the Killer Clown, and we have scored the

Felt (2014) Review
Written by Flay Otters, July 25, 2015
There are measures of tragedy and loss that underscore the journey taken in director Jason Banker’s Felt, his follow-up to the 2012 film Toad Road. Both films are similar in that respect, having an ever-present sense of darkness even in moments of joy. But where Toad Road starts and ends with the potential supernatural threat

Hellyfish Goes from Short to Feature Film
Written by Chris Savage, July 24, 2015
During the course of last year we stumbled upon a short film entitled Hellyfish, a short that was an absolute blast. It was so full of cheese that  I was considering taking out a subscription, but seriously, it was a lot of fun (see below for the full short) and it appears as if it’s

Official Teaser Trailer for The Visitors
Written by Chris Savage, July 23, 2015
From Jeremy Hull comes his latest flick The Visitors, which just so happens to be a creature feature and one that is in the vein of John Carpenter’s The Thing and Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead, and from what I’ve read and seen thus far, they are certainly heading in the right direction. So, head on down below

[Trailer] The Horror Network Hits DVD This October
Written by Chris Savage, July 21, 2015
Do you guys need a fix of some horror anthology mayhem? If so, we have you covered. Wild Eye Releasing have just announced that they will be unleashing Brian Dorton and Douglas Conner’s horror anthology The Horror Network onto DVD this October for Halloween, so make your way below for the official trailer, artwork and

First Chilling Teaser Trailer for Fatal Pictures’ Heir
Written by Chris Savage, July 21, 2015
We’ve had a close eye on Richard Powell’s latest flick Heir for some time, a film which is produced by Zach Green. We’ve been intrigued ever since we read the log-line and even more pumped when we found out that Bill Oberst, Jr., and Robert Nolan are starring in the short. So naturally, when the teaser hit we

First Insane NSFW Trailer for ‘Banjo’
Written by Chris Savage, July 16, 2015
With a title like Banjo, you’re likely to give this one a pass, I mean it doesn’t really set up any expectation, but that’s the best part. Banjo is completely insane! If you love wacky, perverse and downright twisted films, Banjo could be the one for you. So, care to take a look at the first

Prepare Yourselves for ‘Amityville Nightmares’
Written by Chris Savage, July 16, 2015
I don’t know any other house that has influenced more movies than the one located in Amityville, Long Island. That house alone has spawned a slew of movies, books, articles and everything in between, and yet we still ask for more, or at least a few of us does. So, are you guys ready for more Amityville?

First Photos and Details from Clowntown
Written by Chris Savage, July 16, 2015
For those of you who suffer from Coulrophobia may want to give this one a miss unless you want to tackle that phobia head on, as we have your first look and details for Tom Nagel’s Clowntown. Make your way below for all the goods, and please, enjoy your stay. This one so far looks very promising,

First Look at MJ Dixon’s Hollower
Written by Chris Savage, July 14, 2015
We here love the UK filmmaker MJ Dixon, a director which is really coming into his own after releasing a slew of films from short films all the way up to feature films that include Slasher House, Thorn, and Slaypril Fools Day, to name but a few. So today we have some early details regarding another

Official Trailer & Poster for The Confession of Fred Krueger
Written by Chris Savage, July 14, 2015
I absolutely love Wes Craven’s A Nightmare On Elm Street and the many sequels that followed. It was just something about the film and Fred Krueger himself that I just had to know more, it’s just a shame that we never got a prequel although there were shades of early Krueger in Freddy’s Dead, but