[Trailer] ‘Johnny Z’ Brings Martial Arts to the Undead
Written by Chris Savage, November 26, 2018
From the folks over at Hurricane Bridge Entertainment comes Jonathan Straiton’s (Night of Something Strange) action-horror movie Johnny Z, which features a half human, half zombie who holds the cure to the zombie epidemic. Below we have the official trailer and details, with the film slated for a release in 2019. The film also has a ton

Santa Dishes Out Death in ‘Christmas Blood’ This December
Written by Chris Savage, November 26, 2018
And here we go, the festive horror films are rearing their heads and we couldn’t be happier. If you like some Holiday horror, I’m sure you’ll be diggin’ Norwegian filmmaker Reinert Kiil’s (The House, Whore) Christmas Blood this December 11th from Artsploitation Films. Check out the details and trailer below and let us know what you

[Review] ‘Luciferina’ Mixes Sex and Demons Together in a Strange But Familiar Way
Written by Jason McDonald, November 26, 2018
Sex, religion, and demonic horror are pretty common bedfellows.  There have been numerous films in which someone either is pregnant or needs to be impregnated in order to bring about some demon that will end the world.  Much like a cabin in the woods, if you’re a virgin in a religious horror movie something bad

[Trailer] Will You Venture into ‘The Cabin’?
Written by Chris Savage, November 20, 2018
From High Octane Pictures comes Johan Bodell’s debut feature film The Cabin, and below we have all the details pertaining to the release of the film which hits North America this December 4th. This one looks really quite good, with some intense scenes revealed in the trailer below. Let us know what you think? From the

[Review] ‘Overlord’ Might Be a Better War Movie Than Horror Movie
Written by Jason McDonald, November 19, 2018
I’m a bit late to the party, but I finally got around to seeing “Overlord” this weekend.  The concept of supernatural stuff going on during WWII isn’t a new idea, but there’s plenty of room to explore the premise.  From movies like Indiana Jones to video games like “Wolfenstein” there have been plenty of unique

General Mills Wants to Make a Monster Universe of its Own
Written by Jason McDonald, November 19, 2018
Is the Universal Monster Universe still a thing?  I honestly couldn’t tell you.  After “The Mummy” the initiative seemed to die on the vine.  Well, while Universal tries to get back on track, perhaps there are some other classic monsters out there eager to create their own movie universe. Maybe monsters of the sugary delicious

The First Trailer for ‘Leprechaun Returns’ is Here
Written by Jason McDonald, November 19, 2018
It’s been a few years since “Leprechaun: Origins” left a sour taste in my mouth, so I think I’m finally ready to try and take another swig of that Irish whiskey.  “Leprechaun Returns” is hitting the world on December 11th and the first trailer is available down below. In “Leprechaun Returns” a sorority is setting

Artsploitation Films to Unleash the Twisted Fairy Tale ‘Snowflake’
Written by Chris Savage, November 14, 2018
We have just learned that our good friends over at Artsploitation Films will be unleashing Adolfo Kolmerer’s Snowflake onto Blu-ray, DVD and VOD this December 4th, and below we have the official artwork, trailer and details. Have you heard about this one? Let us know if you’ll be checking this one out this December? From the

The Romero Foundation is Attempting to Restore the Rarely Seen George Romero Film ‘Amusement Park’
Written by Jason McDonald, November 14, 2018
So there was a lot of noise these last few days surrounding legendary filmmaker George Romero.  If you haven’t been keeping up with the news, here’s a brief rundown of what happened. It all started when Romero’s wife Suzanne Romero revealed that George had left behind a plethora of scripts and unfinished projects including a

[Trailer] Madeline Brewer’s ‘Cam’ Has a Mind of its Own
Written by Chris Savage, November 12, 2018
In what looks to be one of the most intriguing films of the year, comes Daniel Goldhaber’s Cam, which features an ambitious camgirl who wakes up one day to find that she has been replaced on her own show by an exact replica, however, this copy begins taking a disturbing turn. Below we have the first

‘Crocodylus’ Chomps Down on the Locals in This Creature Feature
Written by Chris Savage, November 10, 2018
Just when you thought it was safe to go anywhere without being chomped on by sharks, land-sharks, sky-sharks, sand-sharks, snow-sharks… Space-sharks! I’m probably missing some more. Along comes a beast that isn’t a shark at all! I know, crazy. Here comes Crocodylus and it has an insatiable appetite for the locals. Check out the official

Check Out a New Poster for ‘Leprechaun Returns’
Written by Jason McDonald, November 8, 2018
We’re a bit far away from St. Patrick’s day, but the luck of the Irish has provided us with a new treat. Earlier this year we learned that a new “Leprechaun” movie was in the works from the director of “The Void.”   The movie is set to VOD on December 11th so we should be

[Trailer] They Ain’t Clownin’ Around in ‘Clownado’
Written by Chris Savage, November 7, 2018
When I first heard about Clownado I kind of fobbed it of as just being a little silly film due to the title, but after viewing the first official trailer for the film, which you can view below, has firmly shut my trap. It’s an absolute tornado of carnage, clowns are poppin’ up here there

[Trailer] Sean Whalen Attends an ‘Ugly Sweater Party’
Written by Chris Savage, November 6, 2018
Aaron Mento’s latest film, Ugly Sweater Party, looks absolutely insane and we can’t wait to witness the bizarre shenanigans this November 23rd. Below we have the official trailer and details for the upcoming film which stars horror veterans Sean Whalen and Felissa Rose. From the Press Release: Ocular Migraine Productions has announced an early stocking

AMC to Make Three ‘Walking Dead’ Movies Starring Andrew Lincoln
Written by Jason McDonald, November 6, 2018
If you haven’t caught up on the latest episode of “The Walking Dead”, then back out of this article now because we’re going to getting into big spoilers.  Ready to keep reading?  Alright, here we go. So on the heels of the big “final Rick Grimes” episode AMC has come out with a major announcement

Top Ten Rick Grimes Moments from ‘The Walking Dead’
Written by Jason McDonald, November 4, 2018
AMC has made it no secret that tonight’s episode will be the “final” episode for long time “Walking Dead” star Andrew Lincoln.  While we don’t know in what manner Rick Grimes will leave the show, it’s hard to imagine he’d abandon his comrades willingly.  In the event that things should go south for Rick tonight,

Someone Finally Uploaded a Copy of Fresh Prince & DJ Jazzy Jeff’s Music Video ‘Nightmare on My Street’
Written by Jason McDonald, November 4, 2018
A few years ago I started to think that I had hallucinated a music video in which Will Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff dealt with Freddy Krueger.  I tried looking it up and found no results on YouTube.  I knew something so cheesy would have to be on YouTube and if wasn’t there, it must

[Trailer] Jake Busey Encounters a Vengeful Spirit in ‘Ghost in the Graveyard’
Written by Chris Savage, November 2, 2018
With the American Film Market well underway, we’ve just received the first trailer for Cellar Door Productions’ Ghost in the Graveyard from Charlie Comparetto as he makes his directorial debut. The trailer was kind of like a roller-coaster for me, the first thirty seconds or so I’m like, “Yeah, I’m diggin’ this!” and then, “Ugh,” but then freakin’

[Trailer] Trespassers Are Turned into ‘Scarecrows’ This December
Written by Chris Savage, November 1, 2018
Stu Stone’s latest horror flick Scarecrows will begin turning trespassers into living, rotting scarecrows this December 11th as Uncork’d Entertainment will be releasing the film onto VOD this December 11th and then onto DVD February 1, 2019. From the Press Release: Teenagers are kidnapped and made into living scarecrows who are left to die in crop

[Trailer] Matthew Packman Tackles Vampirism in ‘Morbid Colors’
Written by Chris Savage, November 1, 2018
I’ve had my eye on filmmaker Matthew Packman for quite some time now, especially since his dystopian survival thriller Margo, which was absolutely harrowing and simply fascinating. So, when we heard he had another movie in the pipeline, we just had to find out more. So, his latest piece is titled Morbid Colors which focuses