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First Official Clip for the Frightening ‘The Hole in the Ground’
Written by Chris Savage, January 31, 2019
One film that has caught our eye is Lee Cronin’s The Hole in the Ground, which has been dubbed as The Witch meets Hereditary, and below we have the first official details which includes the first clip for the upcoming film which arrives in the UK and Ireland this March 1st via Vertigo Releasing and Wildcard Distribution. Synopsis: Trying to

[Review] ‘Into the Dark: Down’ is a Welcomed Valentine’s Day Alternative
Written by Jason McDonald, January 31, 2019
Hulu’s monthly series “Into the Dark” presents a new horror experience each month from a wide range of talented artists. This month’s feature is “Down” and centers on a pair of co-workers who find themselves stuck in an elevator on Valentine’s Day. “Down” is one of those tricky stories where the majority of the action/acting

‘Chucky’ TV Series Finds a Home on the SyFy Channel
Written by Jason McDonald, January 30, 2019
There’s a lot of Chucky content on the horizon.  First there’s the “Child’s Play” big screen reboot. Then there’s the possibility of a regular direct-to-dvd “Chucky” movie that Don Mancini insists could happen.  And now it looks like the “Chucky” TV series is set to become a reality. According to Deadline the “Chucky” TV series

Rosario Dawson Joins ‘Zombieland 2’ and We Get a New Image and Synposis
Written by Jason McDonald, January 30, 2019
I still don’t believe “Zombieland 2” is happening.  I’m determined to believe that this is one elaborate hoax or possibly the cover up for some new Cloverfield movie. But until I can prove otherwise, there’s apparently actual news being put out. For one, we’ve learned from Deadline that actress Rosario Dawson has signed on to

Zack Snyder to Direct Zombie Heist Film ‘Army of the Dead’
Written by Jason McDonald, January 30, 2019
It’s been a long way since we’ve seen Zack Snyder step into the realm of horror.  His big directorial debut was with “Dawn of the Dead” and after that he launched into a career of high spectacle comic book adaptations.  Now it looks like Snyder is returning to his zombie roots with a new film.

Leigh Whannell to Direct ‘Invisible Man’ for Universal
Written by Jason McDonald, January 29, 2019
With Universal’s Dark Universe going really dark over the last year, it seemed as if the big initiative was dead for good.  But like any good monster, it could never truly stay dead and now the creature could be rising again in a big way. Variety has learned that writer/director/actor Leigh Whannell has been tapped

Netflix is Working on a ‘Resident Evil’ Series
Written by Jason McDonald, January 26, 2019
It’s a genuine REnaissance these days. “Resident Evil 7” was a smash hit and the newest entry, “Resident Evil 2,” seems to be doing exceedingly well (reviewing that one right now).  However, what’s missing is a successful adaptation. Last we heard, the film series was potentially getting a reboot with “Strangers: Prey at Night” director

Trailer for ‘Into the Dark: Down’ Reveals a Dire Valentine’s Day
Written by Jason McDonald, January 24, 2019
If you haven’t been keeping up with it, Hulu’s monthly series “Into the Dark” has been putting out some pretty remarkable episodes and the next one looks to be just as unique. Each entry in the “Into the Dark” series focuses on a holiday and presents a twisted take on the possibilities that surround it. 

HBO to Premiere Horror Anthology Series ‘Folklore’ Next Month
Written by Jason McDonald, January 24, 2019
If you’re in the markets that get HBOAsia, you might be thinking that “Folklore” sounds rather familiar.  It should, because it premiered for you last year.  However, the horror anthology series will be joining the rest of the HBO family next month. EW revealed that HBO is bringing their Asian-themed horror anthology series, “Folklore,” to

Nicolas Cage to Star in Lovecraftian Horror Film ‘Color Out of Space’
Written by Jason McDonald, January 24, 2019
I think “Mandy” might’ve been somewhat divisive with people.  Though the vast majority of people that come into contact with it seemed to love it, there was some also strong dislike for the movie.  And I get where they’re coming from, it was a little weird, but I still loved it.  Now the producers of

Early Details for Continuance Pictures’ ‘Isolation’
Written by Chris Savage, January 24, 2019
We have just received word of an upcoming horror film which has caught our eye, and may be of some interest to you. From Continuance Pictures comes Isolation, which has Tristan Barr attached to write and direct the film. Details are still very early, but what we do know will feature a plane crash survivor

Edgar Wright to Direct a Psychological Horror Movie
Written by Jason McDonald, January 22, 2019
Despite Edgar Wright have horror in his blood with movies like “Shaun of the Dead” and “The World’s End”, I still think of him as a director who does a lot of light hearted material.  But it looks like that might change with his next film. Empire has revealed that Edgar Wright’s next movie will

[Review] ‘Mandao of the Dead’ Packs Heart and Humor into a Small Package
Written by Jason McDonald, January 21, 2019
Doing horror comedy is a difficult balancing act.  It’s easy to lose your way and wind up with a zany mess that deals exclusively in juvenile humor.  If it goes the other way you can wind up with an unfunny dry mess.  However, when done right, a horror premise can make for an excellent backdrop

Check Out the First Gameplay Trailer and Story Prologue for ‘Mortal Kombat 11’
Written by Jason McDonald, January 18, 2019
It was Mortal Thursday today in Los Angeles as Ed Boon and Mortal Kombat squadron descended on the bustling city to host their special “Mortal Kombat 11” livestream.  The event was filled with some interesting reveals, but most importantly it served as an excellent primer for the changes coming to the game. In Los Angeles

‘Ghostbusters 3’ is in Development with Jason Reitman Directing and You Can Watch the First Teaser Now
Written by Jason McDonald, January 17, 2019
This is potentially exciting as hell.  It looks like we may actually be getting a proper sequel to the original “Ghostbusters” series.  Not only that, but there’s already a teaser trailer available. Entertainment Weekly has revealed that director Jason Reitman, son of Ivan Reitman who directed the first film, is working on a sequel that

SGL Entertainment Launches Their Free Movie Channel Onto Roku
Written by Chris Savage, January 15, 2019
Our friends over at SGL Entertainment have recently informed us that they have launched their movie channel onto Roku, which features all kinds of movies ranging from horror, sci-fi, documentaries, comedies and even cult classics. So, if you’re looking for more horror to get your teeth stuck into, head on down below on how to

There is a Rarely Seen Disney “Documentary” About Aliens
Written by Jason McDonald, January 13, 2019
Growing up as a kid in the ’90s I never really left the confines of California.  And for the most part that was totally fine. We had Universal Studios, Disneyland, the beaches, mountains, plenty of museum, and so on and so forth.  There was no shortage of awesome things to experience.  But there was one

‘Saw’ Writers Venture into Their ‘Final Destination’
Written by Chris Savage, January 12, 2019
It’s been laying dormant since 2011 when the fifth Final Destination movie was released, and while we have had various updates and rumors regarding a sixth film in the popular franchise, things have just never came to fruition sadly and we’ve been left eagerly awaiting more ever since. But, we may just get that sixth

Trailer for ‘Velvet Buzzsaw’ Reveals the Darker Side of Art
Written by Jason McDonald, January 11, 2019
Jake Gyllenhaal and writer/director Dan Gilroy have melded well together in the past when they worked on “Nightcrawler,” so the idea of them teaming up again has me excited and the concept for this movie is pretty engrossing. “Velvet Buzzsaw” follows a series of supernatural events that befall people who have let greed get in

Warner Bros Working on an Animated ‘Mortal Kombat’ Movie
Written by Jason McDonald, January 11, 2019
The saga surrounding the often rumored live-action “Mortal Kombat” movie has been a long and storied one.  Every time it seems like it’s close to becoming a reality, someone or something comes along and pulls the rug out from underneath it.  Well, it looks like destiny has found a new way to bring the game