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Jeff Ferrell Heads ‘Dead West’ This February
Written by Chris Savage, January 26, 2017
From Jeff Ferrell comes his latest film, Dead West, and we are pleased to reveal that the film will be making its way to DVD this February 7th via RLJ Entertainment, and we have all the details you need below. If you’re looking for a new serial killer movie to check out, perhaps you should give this

Joel Novoa’s ‘Day of Reckoning’ Finds a Home on VOD
Written by Chris Savage, January 26, 2017
Back in October of last year, we gave you word of Joel Novoa’s latest flick, Day of Reckoning, and its premiere on the Syfy channel. Now, chances are a few of you missed this one, but thankfully Epic Pictures have your back as they will unleash the film onto VOD in the States and Canada beginning

[Trailer] Gregory Blair Hosts a ‘Garden Party Massacre’
Written by Chris Savage, January 25, 2017
Gregory Blair’s latest flick, Garden Party Massacre, is a film we’ve had our eye on for quite some time, but sadly we have had very little updates. Thankfully that changes today, as we can not only reveal that the film is finishing up post-production, but we’ve also got the first official teaser trailer and it

This Clown Ain’t Joking Around in ‘Clowntergeist’
Written by Chris Savage, January 23, 2017
Okay, with a title like Clowntergeist, I was expecting full-on cheese, I mean Wensleydale type cheese, the stuff that takes a good ol’ scraping. However, viewing the official trailer (see below) for Aaron Mirte’s Clowntergeist from High Octane Pictures, I’m actually pleasantly surprised, we may have something here that delivers a little bite. Check out the

[Trailer] Mutant Cats Are Unleashed in ‘Moggy Creatures’
Written by Chris Savage, January 23, 2017
As you guys know, as soon as we hear the word “creature feature” we’re all over it, and today we bring you word of Scott Frazelle’s upcoming feature film, Moggy Creatures, which features evil, mutant cats, and below we have some early details including the first trailer. Moggy Creatures will utilize practical FX to help bring the

‘Attack of the Cyber Octopuses’ Goes Old School
Written by Chris Savage, January 20, 2017
Over the past few years old school has become the new school as many filmmakers have embraced the look, feel and techniques used in the eighties and earlier. Just look at David Sandberg’s Kung Fury, and how he managed to encapsulate the eighties in his awesome short, or the stellar Australian TV series Danger 5, from

SGL Entertainment’s ‘Laundry Man’ Is Now Available on Blu-ray, DVD and VOD
Written by Chris Savage, January 19, 2017
The good folks over at SGL Entertainment have informed us that their film Laundry Man, which is directed by Johan Vandewoestijne, is currently available on Blu-ray, DVD and various VOD platforms. Check out the details below and where you can score your copy. If you have seen this one, let us know what you thought? From

Danielle Harris’ ‘Havenhurst’ Hits Select Theatres & VOD This February
Written by Chris Savage, January 19, 2017
For those of you who have been keeping your eye on Andrew C. Erin’s Havenhurst, which stars horror favorite Danielle Harris (Halloween 4 & 5, Rob Zombie’s Halloween, the Hatchet franchise), will be very pleased to know that the film will be hitting select theatres and VOD nationwide this February 10th. Check out the official details

Early Details & More for Jeff Miller’s ‘The Russian Bride’
Written by Chris Savage, January 18, 2017
We have just received word that Jeff Miller (Clowntown) is already at work on his latest film, The Russian Bride, and below we have the first details along with some artwork and a sort-of proof of concept trailer, but if this trailer is any indication of what the film will be like, sign me the

The Great Outdoors Rears its Ugly Head in ‘Countrycide’
Written by Chris Savage, January 18, 2017
B-movie maestro Brett Kelly is back in the trenches with his latest flick, Countrycide, and this sucker looks intense, and is a definite far cry from his usual fare, this one looks dark. So, below we have for you the first official trailer for the film and so far we’re certainly intrigued. But how about you? Check out

First Official Trailer for Pau Masó’s ‘Borderline’
Written by Chris Savage, January 17, 2017
We have just received word of Pau Masó’s (Bloody Weekend) latest flick Borderline, and we have for you the official trailer, poster and details pertaining to the film. Check out the trailer for this little mystery/thriller and let us know if this is something you’ll be keeping an eye on or not? From the Press Release:

Early Details for Jerry Macaluso’s Creature Feature ‘Portal Popperz’
Written by Chris Savage, January 12, 2017
Special effects artist and toy designer, Jerry Macaluso, is taking all his years of experience working on a slew of monster films such as Wishmaster 2, Toxic Avenger 2 and even Darkman, and he is setting out to bring old-school puppetry back to the screen with Portal Popperz. And this sounds awesome, this could very well be a classic in

High Octane Pictures Will Read Us a ‘Dead Story’
Written by Chris Savage, January 12, 2017
We have just received word that High Octane Pictures has acquired all international sales rights for Suneel Tripuraneni feature debut Dead Story, which will be released on VOD beginning this January 20th via STIF Entertainment, and below you’ll find the brand new poster and details pertaining to the film. Also, we have the official trailer in

There’s Fowl Play to Be Had with ‘The Quacky Slasher’
Written by Chris Savage, January 11, 2017
I often think, “Do I have a duck fetish?” Ever since I watched Willard Huyck’s Howard the Duck all those years ago, I’ve been obsessed, I think I might just be the biggest fan of the movie or maybe even the only fan? Either way, I took to that film like a duck takes to water,

[Trailer] This ‘Drifter’ Has Ventured into the Wrong Town
Written by Chris Savage, January 11, 2017
Well, this one just came out of nowhere! From Chris von Hoffmann comes his hybrid exploitation thriller Drifter, and we’re very pleased to share with you the equally awesome trailer and poster art. Head on down below and check this one out! The film stars Aria Emory, Drew Harwood, Monique Rosario, Anthony Ficco, Rebecca Fraiser, and

[Trailer] Tom Costabile’s ‘Voodoo’ Will Send you to Hell
Written by Chris Savage, January 11, 2017
According to the trailer for Tom Costabile’s Voodoo, you are going to hell. Sorry to break it to you, but that’s the way it goes I guess. However, I’m pretty sure many of you have tasted its pleasures already, what with the Lament Configuration box and all that. Anyway, back to Voodoo. This one doesn’t look half bad

SGL Entertainment Becomes Entwined in the ‘Red Net’
Written by Chris Savage, January 11, 2017
The folks over at SGL Entertainment have just announced that they have acquired Tiziano Cella’s Red Net for release on Blu-ray, DVD and various VOD platforms later this year, and with that we have the official trailer and more below. From the Press Release: SGL Entertainment is pleased to announce that they have just acquired the

New Official Stills from Lauro Chartrand’s ‘Blackburn’
Written by Chris Savage, January 10, 2017
Have you guys had the chance to check Lauro Chartrand’s Blackburn out yet? The film is said to be available on a variety of VOD platforms, so if you’re interested have a look around. But while we wait for the film to be released on DVD in the States, we have scored some new photos ffor

15 International Directors Develop an Unusual ‘Phobia’
Written by Chris Savage, January 9, 2017
We’ve said it before and we’ll continue saying it; we love anthologies! We also believe a fair few of you do, too. So, from Tony Newton and Domiziano Cristopharo comes their anthology Phobia, a film which features segments from 15 International directors and we have the early word along with the official teaser poster. What’s your

These Mermaids Are Out for Flesh in Agnieszka Smoczynska’s ‘The Lure’
Written by Chris Savage, January 7, 2017
We’re always on the look out for something a little bizarre and verging on the weird and we believe we have found that for you in the form of Agnieszka Smoczynska’s The Lure (Córki Dancingu).  It’s a film which features flesh-hungry mermaids who find their way to shore, in doing so they find fame at a