‘The Stand’ Gets Pushed Back While a New Stephen King Novel Gets Adapted
Written by Jason McDonald, February 2, 2016
Just when we thought “The Stand” had finally gotten it’s act together and was ready to hit the road, the production decided to take a detour down a different Stephen King road. Deadline is reporting that “The Stand” director Josh Boone has opted to push back the adaptation of the Stephen King novel and instead

Official Red Band Trailer for the ‘Green Room’
Written by Chris Savage, February 2, 2016
Are you guys stoked for Jeremy Saulnier’s Green Room? I’m sure you are, so you’ll be every pleased to know that we have finally scored the official red band trailer for your viewing pleasure below. It looks tense as hell, and I’m pretty sure it’s going to shock most of us to the freakin’ core? You

First Official Poster for ‘The Possession Experiment’
Written by Chris Savage, February 2, 2016
From Scott Hansen (Texas Chainsaw, Monumental, Until it Hurts) comes his latest flick The Possession Experiment, and with the film expected to hit the European Film Market this February 13th, we have scored the official poster for the upcoming flick. The film stars Bill Moseley, Greg Travis, Chris Minor, Jake Brinn, Nicky Jasper, and Angelo Reyes.

X-Files Recap- ‘Mulder and Scully Meet the Were-Monster’
Written by Jason McDonald, February 2, 2016
SPOILERS! If you haven’t seen the latest episode of “X-Files” then avoid this post. I’ll be talking openly about tonight’s episode, so you can expect spoilers down below.  Here we go! The third episode in the six-part “X-Files” revival forgoes the usual doom and gloom for a bit of levity as Mulder and Scully set

LeglessCorpse Films Gets ‘Nailed Down’ on Blu-ray & DVD
Written by Chris Savage, February 2, 2016
We have just received word that Haley David Morris’s horror/thriller Nailed Down has been picked up for distribution by the folks over at LeglessCorpse Films, and the film is available right now on Blu-ray and DVD. So, head on down below for all the details, including the official trailer and artwork for the film. Nailed Down stars

‘Virus: Extreme Contamination’ Has Spread to the First Teaser Trailer
Written by Chris Savage, February 1, 2016
It appears as if we might be getting a sprinkling of Lucio Fulci’s macabre universe in Domiziano Delvaux Cristopharo’s Virus: Extreme Contamination. So here’s hoping they can continue the reign of Fulci, and judging by the first teaser trailer and photos, (see below) we may have a contender. The film stars Halil Budakova, Michael Segal, Rimi Beqiri, Merita

[Trailer] I’ll Drink to This! – ‘Ava’s Possessions’
Written by Chris Savage, February 1, 2016
I would like to say I’m pretty well-versed in upcoming horror films, but some just slip through the radar, and Jordan Galland’s Ava’s Possessions was one of them, but not anymore! this flick looks like a TON of fun, so that brings me great pleasure to unleash the first trailer and official poster for the upcoming

[Trailer] It’s the End of the World in ‘EZO1 Madness’
Written by Chris Savage, February 1, 2016
Well, no-one ever said that survival during the end of the world would be easy, especially when you’re up against ancient machines, monsters, genetically enhanced soldiers and zombies! Perhaps you wanna come with me to Mars? If not, brace yourself for the mayhem in Sven Knüppel’s EZO1 Madness, as we have the official trailer, artwork and all

First Official Trailer for Bill Oberst Jr’s ‘The Chair’
Written by Chris Savage, February 1, 2016
Oh my. You guys want horror? You’ve got it in Chad Ferrin’s The Chair, this sucker looks set to be absolutely brutal! Plus it stars Bill Oberst Jr., as The Warden, and he looks like a freakin’ sadistic beast! This, my friends, looks set to be the real deal and they have a ton of talent

[Video] Massive Blood Drive PSA for the 7th Annual Women in Horror Month
Written by Chris Savage, February 1, 2016
It’s February 1, 2016, and you know what that means? Women in Horror Month, and what better way than to kick off the month of February than with copious amounts of blood at the hands of some of the finest directors you’re ever going to grace your horror-filled eyes upon. As always, the Soska sisters have

Evil Awakens at ‘6:66 PM’
Written by Chris Savage, February 1, 2016
I hate to break this to you guys, but even the dead has an alarm clock, sucks, I know. But, when it does hit at least you can go around terrorizing unsuspecting victims, or in this case a Reality TV crew who stage their TV show, to only find that the paranormal is actually real.

First Official Photos from Edgar Allan Poe’s the ‘Lighthouse Keeper’
Written by Chris Savage, January 31, 2016
Just yesterday we ushered in the first word in regards to Benjamin Cooper’s Lighthouse Keeper, which is based upon Edgar Allan Poe’s final, unfinished short story The Light-House. So, if you guys are intrigued by this one, we have scored the first official stills from the film and you can check them out below. From the Press

Chris Carter Has an Idea for a New ‘Millennium’ Series
Written by Jason McDonald, January 31, 2016
Hot off the successful revival of the “X-Files”, fans have started to wonder if another ’90s classic might make a grand return. Chris Carter, who created “X-Files” and “Millennium”, has never shied away from admitting that he’d like to revisit his two most successful shows.  This year he finally got the chance to bring “X-Files”

Official Trailer for the ‘Cabin Fever’ Remake
Written by Chris Savage, January 30, 2016
Just yesterday we unleashed a brand new still from Travis Zariwny’s remake of Eli Roth’s Cabin Fever, and today IFC have finally unleashed the official trailer along with some poster art which you can check out below. I haven’t seen the original in a few years, but this almost looks like a scene-for-scene remake, let us know

First Details for Edgar Allan Poe’s the ‘Lighthouse Keeper’
Written by Chris Savage, January 30, 2016
I’d be lying if I said I knew or even read all of Poe’s work, because I haven’t but I’m glad many have as he was obviously a very talented dude who continues to inspire people some 167 years after his death. So, are you familiar with Poe’s The Light-House? Well, Benjamin Cooper is currently in post

New Official Photo from the ‘Cabin Fever’ Remake
Written by Chris Savage, January 29, 2016
So, you guys ready for another remake? How about a remake of Eli Roth’s Cabin Fever? Yeah, you know it’s on the one, in fact this one hits this February 12th in limited theatres and on VOD, but in the meantime a new official photo has landed and we have that sucker below. Synopsis: A flesh-eating

[Review] Grandpa’s Psycho
Written by Chris Savage, January 29, 2016
Upon reading the title of Danny LeGare’s Grandpa’s Psycho, a film that I never even knew existed, I instantly thought it was going to be a horror comedy about a crazy grandpa pissed off at the world while slaying people as he rode down on his mobility scooter. But, what I got was a dark and gritty

Official UK Quad Poster & Trailer for ‘The Green Inferno’
Written by Chris Savage, January 29, 2016
Yes, my friends. Us Brits are STILL waiting for Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno, but the wait is almost over as the film is set to hit cinemas in the UK this February 12th, and with that, we have scored a beautiful quad poster which you can check out below. Also you will find the

‘American Horror Story’ Season 6 Might Feature Slender Man
Written by Jason McDonald, January 29, 2016
“American Horror Story” recently put it’s latest season (AHS: Hotel) to bed, so now speculation about the next season is starting to swell up.  One of the biggest driving factors behind this is the fact that AHS is notorious for sneaking in clues and hints about upcoming seasons.  Now it looks like one theory has

New Official Poster for ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’
Written by Chris Savage, January 29, 2016
It’s almost upon us. Burr Steers’ Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is finally making its way to theatres this February 5th, and while we’re just days away, a new official poster has arrived that looks really good, actually. I’m still not sold on this one, but I’m sure some of you’re, so if so, let us