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Witness an Alien Invasion in the Trailer for ‘The First’
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 111 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
From the Spanish director Jacobo Rispa, comes his latest flick The First, and we have scored the brand new trailer for the film in question and it really is quite impressive. Or at least I think it is. So, make your way below and go check this sucker out for yourselves. The film stars Vivi Pineda, [...]

The Den (2013) Movie Review
Written by Flay Otters, Posted 114 Days Ago. | 2 Comments
When crafting a modern-day thriller or horror film, the reliance on technology is a slippery slope. Do you fast forward a few stages and invent things that don’t really exist yet, or, do you weave around the familiar of the day-to-day present day to frame your story? Either way is tricky business because more often [...]

Stanley Film Festival – Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead (2014) review
Written by Flay Otters, Posted 116 Days Ago. | No Comments
It goes without saying that often times film sequels can fall flat under the sheer weight of expectation. Fans of an original film can build up their level of internal-hype to the point of near-unrealistic obsessing that no film could hope to meet. This happens in the music world too, where a band has had [...]

Gun Woman (2014) Movie Review
Written by Flay Otters, Posted 116 Days Ago. | No Comments
The best kind of genre filmmaking can be summed up in one word: Badass. The kind of films that render you unable to hold back cheers and clenched fists and smiles as all the black-hearted badness and revenge and violence unfolds. Films like Rolling Thunder or the more recent Blue Ruin or Big Bad Wolves [...]

First Details and Casting for Carl Lindbergh’s Blood Angel
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 117 Days Ago. | 2 Comments
From Carl Lindbergh comes his latest flick, Blood Angel, which has actually been in the pipeline for quite some time, but it finally appears as if the film is gaining some heavy momentum. While it is still early days, this one sounds as if it could be something truly special, so make your way below [...]

First Trailer for Don’t Look in the Basement 2
Written by Goon, Posted 119 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
Director Anthony Brownrigg has just released the trailer to his highly anticipated sequel Don’t Look in the Basement 2. The cool story behind this film is that he is picking up the reigns from his father who directed the first movie, S.F. Brownrigg. He has poured over some of his fathers old notes and figured [...]

Bill Moseley Gets a Little ‘Love Sick’
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 121 Days Ago. | No Comments
Todd Freeman’s latest flick, Love Sick, is shaping up to be absolutely killer! And today the film has just received yet another injection of awesome, as genre icon Bill Moseley is rounding out the cast according to our friends over at Fangoria. According to the site, Moseley will play Dr. Christian in the film. He [...]

Exclusive Interview with the Filmmakers Behind ‘Solitude’
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 122 Days Ago. | No Comments
I recently got word of a new horror flick on the horizon from Taylor Scott Olson and Livingston Oden, entitled Solitude. What instantly drew me in was the fact that the film takes place over a span on 75 years, and we get to travel through some iconic times, especially within the horror genre. So, when [...]

First Look at The Berzerk Death Dealer – Plus Exclusive Interview
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 122 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
If you guys are looking for something a little out there, a bit off the beaten track and as far away from the mainstream as possible, we have your back. From Vishal Rajput of Planet Boom Boom Pictures comes his insane feature The Berzerk Death Dealer, and we have scored a first look with a [...]

Mr. Jones (2014) Movie Review
Written by Scott Dell, Posted 123 Days Ago. | No Comments
It’s just sitting there, taunting me. Glowing red at the very corner of my screen. I look at the “close window” button, every instinct in my body begging for me to click it. This was all I could think about while sitting through the lion’s share of Mr. Jones. Missfire, just turn it off and [...]

First Details and Trailer for Bill Oberst Jr’s The Chair
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 124 Days Ago. | No Comments
Let it be known that Bill Oberst Jr., is one heck of a creepy character, but at the same time possibly the most nicest guy you could ever talk too. As a horror fan, I’m forever grateful for his contributions to the genre, and his latest flick, The Chair, has awesome written all over it. [...]

Blood Glacier (2014) Movie Review
Written by Flay Otters, Posted 125 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
It is a nice treat to have a film like Marvin Kren’s Blood Glacier exist in the horror world. For all the remakes (and the chatter that surrounds them), all the dime-a-dozen zombie films and the sea of low-minded, low-execution animal/monster attack movies, there can be a diamond in the rough once-in-a-while. Even with its [...]

The Machine (2014) Movie Review
Written by Chris Egan, Posted 125 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
In the near future, a group of elite scientists have been working towards flawless artificial intelligence – with mixed results. They start with advanced implants to give life back to brain-dead war veterans and prosthetic limbs that have the look and feel of living tissue. With various countries wrapped up in a cold war, the [...]

The Babadook Movie Review [Stanley Film Festival]
Written by Flay Otters, Posted 126 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
Director Jennifer Kent, in her first full-length feature, has crafted a lovely, dark and often creepy story about death and mourning through the mechanism of a seriously unsettling children’s book character. The Babadook is a film that is executed on a very high level: the emotions are raw and real, the scares are built-up and [...]

Official Poster & Trailer for As Above, So Below
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 128 Days Ago. | No Comments
New from John Erick Dowdle and Drew Dowdle comes their latest flick, As Above, So Below, and we have scored a bounty of goods for you today. Check out the first official trailer and poster below, courtesy of STYD. The film stars Perdita Weeks, Ben Feldman, and Edwin Hodge. Synopsis: Miles of twisting catacombs lie beneath the streets [...]

Love Practical Effects? Help This Werewolf Howl at the ‘Autumn Moon’
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 129 Days Ago. | No Comments
You may remember Randy Fabert’s Autumn Moon from a few years back, as we first reported on this sucker way back in 2012. Since then, it appears they have gone to town on the flick – and it looks insanely awesome! If you love practical effects, creature features, and yes, original horror, Autumn Moon is [...]

Official Poster & Trailer for Ejecta
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 130 Days Ago. | 3 Comments
I know you guys are fed up with the constant news of remakes – and to some extent some sequels – so today we have some original horror for you and it looks freakin’ awesome! We’ve scored the official trailer and poster for the lo-fi sci-fi psychological thriller, Ejecta, courtesy of Twitch. Synopsis: EJECTA is the story [...]

First Details & Trailer for Hermit: Monster Killer
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 131 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
With the work week back in full swing, I thought it would be great to give you something a little fun. And what better way to do that than with a new horror comedy from Sweden! Yep, what we have for you is a little creature feature entitled Hermit: Monster Killer. It looks like a [...]

First Official Trailer for the House of Dust
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 131 Days Ago. | No Comments
A little while back we ushered in the news that Anchor Bay would be releasing A.D. Calvo’s latest flick, House of Dust, on DVD this May 20th. Today, however, we have scored the official trailer to coincide with the release, so check it out below. From the Press Release: Redding House Asylum. For some, it’s a [...]

Alien Abduction Movie Review
Written by Chris Egan, Posted 136 Days Ago. | No Comments
Mysterious lights, secluded North Carolina wilderness, lone family, aliens? Alien Abduction starts off like a low-budget documentary that you’d catch on the History or Discovery channels with footage supposedly leaked from the Air Force and news footage (neither of which are convincing as real) mixed with some decently realistic “eye-witness” interviews. It then switches gears [...]