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Bill Moseley, Kane Hodder & Tristan Risk Play a ‘Wild Game’
Written by Chris Savage, May 18, 2016
So, here we have Tristan Risk, Bill Moseley and Kane Hodder playing a Wild Game, what game might that be? My guess is Hungry Hippos, that game gets freakin’ wild! But, I think this trio is looking for something with a little more bite, probably one which involves bodily mutilation, again, I’m sure Hungry Hippos

First Details for the Twisted Fantasy Flick ‘Popsicle’
Written by Chris Savage, May 18, 2016
More often than not you read a title and it really doesn’t do much for you, well, that is until you start to dig a little deeper and soon you find yourself seriously pumped for a movie that you initially had no desire for. That’s exactly the case with the Elijah Wood-produced flick Popsicle, from director Lucas

Misread [Short Film Review]
Written by Chris Savage, May 17, 2016
We here absolutely love short films, and we see it as an excellent learning experience for filmmakers and also a foot in the door for that feature film. Sometimes they pay off and sometimes you may just never hit it off, but there are a few that showcase a wide range of abilities and when you see

First Poster & Details for Dena Hysell’s ‘Ascent to Hell’
Written by Chris Savage, May 17, 2016
We have just received word that Dena Hysell’s latest flick Ascent to Hell has been acquired by APL Film, and we have the early details for you below including some poster artwork. What makes us intrigued about this is that it’s said to be a “classic ghost story,” so we’re pretty stoked for this. At this time

A New Season of ‘The X-Files’ is in the Works at Fox
Written by Jason McDonald, May 17, 2016
The return of “The X-Files” earlier this year was a bit of a roller coaster.  A couple of the episodes were pretty great, but unfortunately, the majority of them left me feeling like maybe the series should have stayed dead.  However, despite all of that, the return of the iconic ’90s series was a hit

[Trailer] First Look at Dee Wallace’s ‘Red Christmas’
Written by Chris Savage, May 17, 2016
It’s never too early for some festive fear as Craig Anderson’s directorial debut Red Christmas is set to hit the film festival circuit this June, and we have the official teaser trailer, details and a few photos from the upcoming yuletide shocker. Check out the goods below and let us know if you’ll be keeping an

Check Out the Teaser for ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’ Coming to Fox this Halloween
Written by Jason McDonald, May 17, 2016
It’s just a jump to the left! And then a step to the right! With your hands on your hips… You upset a bunch of “Rock Horror Picture Show” fans! Okay, that’s not how the song goes, but it’s certainly what seems to be happening. Ever since Fox announced that they were doing a TV

Fox Releases First Trailer for ‘The Exorcist’ Series
Written by Jason McDonald, May 17, 2016
If you’ve noticed that over the last couple of weeks there have been an increased amount of articles about cancellations, renewals, and premiere dates for television shows, don’t panic. You’re just in the middle of upfronts.  This is when all the big networks come out and start announcing their lineups for the new seasons and when we

‘Insidious: Chapter 4’ Continues to Haunt in October 2017
Written by Chris Savage, May 16, 2016
You guys knew it was coming, right? Well, we have a few details to share with you regarding the fourth entry in the Insidious franchise, but first, what did you guys thank of part 3? I’m yet to see it myself, so let me know if it’s worth a watch or not? So, Insidious: Chapter 4,

First Official Trailer for Fede Alvarez’s ‘Don’t Breathe’
Written by Chris Savage, May 16, 2016
A couple of months ago we ushered in the official poster and a brief description of the film, and well, many of you, including myself were highly intrigued by the project. So today the official trailer has landed and it looks seriously intense, unique and something I’m really freakin’ stocked for. This right here proves

Raven Banner Scores Worldwide Rights to Finland’s Dark Superhero Movie ‘Rendel’
Written by Chris Savage, May 16, 2016
It’s very rare you’ll see a superhero movie around these parts, but when it’s in the vein of such films as Spawn, we just have to take notice. So, from Finland comes their first ever superhero movie, Rendel, and it looks dark and gritty as hell, so it makes sense that the awesome folks over

A ‘Pandemic’ Spreads Across the UK Via DVD & VOD
Written by Chris Savage, May 16, 2016
I’m pretty sure a few of you have seen John Suits’ latest flick Pandemic in the States, right? The film is currently available on various VOD platforms if you’re still interested in checking this one out. However, for you folks in the UK and Ireland, we have just received word as to when you can catch

Margo [Review]
Written by Chris Savage, May 15, 2016
A few days back I got the chance to witness the trailer for Matthew Packman’s latest feature film Margo, and while it didn’t really give anything away, which I love, it left me wanting more, it left me at heights of anticipation and I couldn’t wait to witness this one. Thankfully the feature film came

Unobstructed View to Unleash Arrow Films’ Staggering Film Collection in Canada
Written by Chris Savage, May 15, 2016
We have just received word that Unobstructed View (formerly Video Services Corp.) have joined forces with the UK film distributor Arrow Films for an exclusive Canadian partnership. What this means is that you soon will be able to witness some of Arrow’s finest releases in Canada beginning this July 19, 2016. And we couldn’t be happier! Arrow

Official Trailer for WWE Studios’ ‘Incarnate’
Written by Chris Savage, May 14, 2016
WWE Studios have teamed up with Blumhouse Productions to unleash more horror on us in the form of Brad Peyton’s (San Andreas) latest flick Incarnate, and we have the official trailer for you to delve in below. The film stars Aaron Eckhart, Carice Van Houten, Catalina Sandino Moreno, David Mazouz, Kier O’Donnell, Matt Nable, and John Pirruccello.

Dolph Lundgren Battles Demons in ‘Don’t Kill It’
Written by Chris Savage, May 14, 2016
Dolph Lundgren is always fun to watch, so it makes sense that he is set to star in Don’t Kill It from Mike Mendez, the same guy that gave us such fun flicks as Big Ass Spider and Lavalantula, and judging by the sales trailer, Don’t Kill It will be equally as fun. Hopefully we will be

‘Girl in Woods’ Finds a Home on VOD This June
Written by Chris Savage, May 13, 2016
We have just received word that Candy Factory Films have announced that they will be unleashing Jeremy Benson’s creepy flick Girl in Woods onto various VOD platforms this June 3rd, and we have all the details you need including the official trailer. Head on down below and take a gander. From the Press Release: Candy Factory Films has

Artsploitation Films Examines ‘The Anatomy of Monsters’
Written by Chris Savage, May 13, 2016
We here love Artsploitation Films, they often pick up the strange and the unique and today is no different as they have just announced that Byron C. Miller’s The Anatomy of Monsters is the latest film to joining their ever growing catalog. From the Press Release: Artsploitation Films has announced that is has acquired the North American rights

[Trailer] First Look at Matthew Packman’s ‘Margo’
Written by Chris Savage, May 13, 2016
It’s times like these why I absolutely freakin’ love the indie scene. It’s the passion, the drive, the creativity and the ability to create something from the heart; such is the case with Matthew Packman’s latest flick Margo. It’s a female-driven flick that looks dark, brooding and utterly unnerving, and we have scored the early

‘The Walking Dead’ Is Getting a Robot Chicken Special
Written by Jason McDonald, May 13, 2016
Over the years Robot Chicken has successfully lampooned pop culture heavyweights such as “Star Wars” and DC Comics, now the Adult Swim series is taking a jab at “The Walking Dead.” TV Guide is reporting that “The Walking Dead” is partnering up with “Robot Chicken” for a half-hour special that’ll poke fun at the dramatic