10 Best Serial Killer Movies
Written by Herner Klenthur, September 28, 2014
I am a sucker for serial killer movies and over the years we have experience some true gems. This Top 10 horror movies list is my tribute to the ten best serial killers put to film. Obviously tastes will vary but that is what makes things interesting! I can say with confidence that even if

‘Ouija’ Conjures Up a New International Trailer
Written by Chris Savage, September 27, 2014
Have you guys been following Universal Pictures’ latest spook-fest Ouija? If so, you’ll be pleased to know that we have scored some new footage for you in the form of a brand new UK trailer, and fine folks can check that sucker out below. The film stars Olivia Cooke, Douglas Smith, and Bianca Santos. Look

Stand By Me Storyline In Fright-filled Among The Living
Written by Stephanie Joyce, September 27, 2014
We have covered this titled for about a year now, and Among The Living is finally finishing it’s film festival circuit this year (still has the Swedish Lund Fantastisk Film Festival to go), we’re hoping it will have a video or limited theatrical release soon. The creators boast that this is made after French horror

You Voted: 20 Best Vampire Movies
Written by Herner Klenthur, September 27, 2014
What are the best vampire films? That is the question that we asked our community last week.  With 877 votes, and 87 vampire films nominated our readers have chosen the 20 best vampire films of all time. As with anytime you poll a large and diverse group the results can be interesting. That said this

Fear The Second Reign of Night
Written by Stephanie Joyce, September 27, 2014
We have here an interesting low-budget film based on the ancient occult practices originating out of Egypt. Currently in post-production, The Second Reign of Night comes our way as one of many films that base their story around Egyptian theology and spiritual practices. This is Antoni Sole’s first project as director, but he has produced

Head To The Mountains: Telluride Horror Show Lineup
Written by Shaun Huhn, September 26, 2014
The best kept secret in genre festivals is coming back for its fifth year. In MovieMaker’s list of the “13 Horror Film Festivals To Die For,” The Telluride Horror Show stands out, and for good reason. Since its humble beginnings in 2010, The Telluride Horror Show has been host to a slew of the greatest

New Asmodexia Clip Inside
Written by Chris Savage, September 26, 2014
In limited theatres and on VOD today is Marc Carrete’s feature debut Asmodexia, and what a debut this is set to be! This sucker looks pretty damn stellar. So, if you’re still on the fence, make your way below for a brand new clip. Synopsis: Eloy de Palma is an exorcist pastor roaming the darkest corners

Play Hooky Hits DVD This October
Written by Chris Savage, September 26, 2014
Those were the days. Way back in the day use to play hooky, although I bet it was nothing quite like Frank S. Petrilli’s Play Hooky, which hits DVD and VOD this October 21st via Wild Eye Releasing. But, I’m sure it’s pretty close. In any event, we have also scored a trailer for you to

Chilling & Must See Found Footage Horror Movies
Written by Jared, September 25, 2014
I have no problems admitting I’m an absolute sucker for found footage-style films.  The problem is, as with most horror genres, you have to watch a lot of really awful movies to find a good one, but once you find that perfectly crafted film, oh man is it worth it!  In my opinion (and I hope

Second International Trailer for Predestination
Written by Chris Savage, September 25, 2014
Finally it appears as if Michael and Peter Spierig’s Predestination will see the light of day, as the film is making its way Stateside this January 9, 2015. But until that day, we have for you a second International trailer for you. The film stars Ethan Hawke, Sarah Snook, and Noah Taylor. Synopsis: A riveting adventure

‘Candyman’ Director to Take on Frankenstein with Xavier Samuel
Written by Jason McDonald, September 25, 2014
Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein” has been the recipient of adaptations since 1910 .  I can’t even begin to tell you how many interpretations the classic monster has received, but I can tell you about the latest one. “Candyman” director Bernard Rose will be directing a new film based on the literary classic and it’ll stray far from the

New Official Jessabelle Clip Inside
Written by Chris Savage, September 25, 2014
Last month we gave you guys the unfortunate news that Kevin Greutert’s Jessabelle, had been pushed back from its initial August release, all the way to November 7th. A bummer I know. So, to try to keep the scares fresh in your mind until that date, we have scored a brand new clip. The film stars

Patrick Wilson and Matthew Fox Join ‘Bone Tomahawk’
Written by Jason McDonald, September 25, 2014
This is a project I’ve been eagerly waiting to hear more about.  A western themed horror movie about cannibals? We definitely need more of those.  I’ve really been curious as to who they would get to star as the four badasses looking to do battle with cannibals and, so far, I’m not disappointed with who

No Xenomorphs in Prometheus 2
Written by Jason McDonald, September 25, 2014
For some of you, the brief cameo of the infant Xenomorph in “Prometheus” might have been the highlight of that film. So if you were hoping for more Alien action in the upcoming “Prometheus 2″, you’ll be disappointed to learn that there probably won’t be any Xenomorphs to be found. While talking to Yahoo, director

Open Road to Distribute Eli Roth’s Green Inferno
Written by Jason McDonald, September 25, 2014
After a strong premiere at Toronto International Film Festival last week and a slew of positive reviews (one of which from us) someone has finally snatched up Eli Roth’s “The Green Inferno.” The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Open Road is going to handle the U.S. distribution of “The Green Inferno.” It is believed that

“The Drowning” to be Adapted into Feature Film
Written by Jason McDonald, September 24, 2014
I don’t play very many games on the iPhone.  Partially because I don’t like playing video games on my phone and mostly because I don’t own an iPhone.  However, FPS horror game “The Drowning” has an interesting enough premise that makes me wish I could check it out.  Thankfully, I won’t have to sell a

Lena Headey and Charles Dance Join ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’
Written by Jason McDonald, September 24, 2014
“Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” will soon be drawing interest from every corner of geekdom.  Obviously you have the literary geeks by using Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” as the source.  Then you have the zombie fanatics by injecting the undead into it.  Recently they snagged the interest of Doctor Who fans by casting Matt

The Walking Dead New TV Spot: More Stunts, More Dead
Written by Stephanie Joyce, September 24, 2014
Yet another trailer has surfaced on the AMC website and TV station and this time it looks like an all-out fight for survival. Not that we thought for a second that their wouldn’t be an all-out war with the characters being stuck at the carnivorous Terminus stronghold and all. But damn! This show has more

Shrew’s Nest Movie Review (Fantastic Fest 2014)
Written by Flay Otters, September 23, 2014
There is an inescapable rumbling, murmuring dread that creeps along in the undercurrent of Juanfer Andrés and Esteban Roel’s Shrew’s Nest that is so steady and so well measured that once things hit the fever-pitch, you hardly know what to do with yourself. It is something that is hard to put your finger on as

“The Paranormal Diaries” On Real Haunted Grounds
Written by Stephanie Joyce, September 23, 2014
The word “paranormal” is used in movies a lot nowadays as the business of exposing people’s darkest fears around ghosts seems to be a profitable one. But what if some movies really do come close to the real thing like The Paranormal Diaries boasts? We’ve heard the rumors on weird “happenings” like the cursed deaths