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New Trailer for Doug Jones’ ‘Gehenna: Where Death Lives’
Written by Chris Savage, April 12, 2018
It’s been well over a year since we’ve last had an update for you in regards to Hiroshi Katagiri’s  (Jurassic Park III, Pacific Rim) directorial debut Gehenna: Where Death Lives. But today, courtesy of Uncork’d Entertainment, we not only have a brand new trailer but word as to when you guys can finally check this one

[Trailer] Have You Made the ‘Dead List’?
Written by Chris Savage, April 11, 2018
From High Octane Pictures comes Holden Andrews, Ivan Asen and Victor Mathieu’s latest horror flick Dead List, and below we have the first official trailer, poster and details for the upcoming film. First impressions of the trailer give a sort of Creepshow meets Death Note vibe, and I’m quite intrigued. But how about you? Will you

New Posters & More for the Alien Invasion Film ‘Occupation’
Written by Chris Savage, April 11, 2018
Have you guys been keeping your eye on Luke Sparke’s latest flick Occupation? If so, you’ll be pleased to know that we have some new goods for you in the form of new artwork and details where you can catch a special opening night screening of the film, that is if you’re in Australia. So, read

‘A Quiet Place’ Could Have Wound Up in the ‘Cloverfield’ Universe
Written by Jason McDonald, April 11, 2018
In a world where Bad Robot seem eager to retrofit movies currently in production into “Cloverfield” sequels, it would not have been too much of a surprise if “A Quiet Place” suddenly revealed itself to be a stealth “Cloverfield” film.  And while that rumor was swirling around before the films release it, thankfully, did not

‘The Meg’ is Absolutely Monstrous in These Trailers
Written by Chris Savage, April 10, 2018
Wow. You’ve never seen a shark quite like this one in Jon Turteltaub‘s The Meg. This prehistoric beast is absolutely enormous and appears to have quite the appetite. So, below, we have two trailers for you, the U.S. one and the International version with the latter pumping me up more. Check them out below and let us

[Review] You Should Find ‘A Quiet Place’ This Weekend
Written by Jason McDonald, April 7, 2018
While I was a fan of “The Office,” I worried that I’d never be able to watch John Krasinski in anything else without imagining him doing the “Jim face” and looking directly at the camera.  That’s the downside of playing such a loveable character for so long, it becomes exceptionally hard to severe the association

‘The First Purge’ Begins with this Official Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, April 7, 2018
I’ll be honest, while I’ve been interested in what “The First Purge” will turn out to be, I wasn’t really paying attention to the casting. So imagine my surprise when I saw Y’lan Noel from “Insecure” pop up in a seemingly prominent role in the trailer below.  My interest in this movie just clicked up

[Trailer] What Treasures Will You Find in ‘The Toybox’?
Written by Chris Savage, April 6, 2018
Well, in my sons toybox there’s everything but the kitchen sink! Thankfully we don’t have a movie on that or I’m sure we could come up with something. So, anyway, we’ve received the first official teaser trailer for Tom Nagel’s The Toybox, which features an RV possessed by the spirit of a serial killer, which looks

Prodigy [Review]
Written by Chris Savage, April 6, 2018
You know when you read a synopsis or see some poster art and it looks/reads really interesting, but in the back of your mind you’re thinking, “Yeah, I doubt the film will live up to that“. Well, Alex Haughey and Brian Vidal’s Prodigy lives up to the expectations. It’s an engaging, intriguing and intellectual treat that

Universal to Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of ‘Jurassic Park’ With a Special Event at Universal Studios Hollywood
Written by Jason McDonald, April 6, 2018
You feel that? You feel the unstoppable creep of time on you?  It’s been 25 years since “Jurassic Park” came out! I was but a child when it came out, now look at me. OH GOD. But hey, it’s alright, cause Universal is having a special celebration for the anniversary of “Jurassic Park” and that’ll

Martin Freeman Battles the Dangers of the Outback and Zombies to Save his Baby in this Trailer for ‘Cargo’
Written by Jason McDonald, April 5, 2018
It looks like Martin Freeman is about to come out of nowhere and crush it in the world of horror this year.  Later this month we’ll see the US release of his well received ghost film “Ghost Stories” and then in May we’ll get to see him deal with zombies in “Cargo.” “Cargo” is based

‘What the Waters Left Behind’ Reveals an Official Trailer and New Posters
Written by Chris Savage, April 4, 2018
While we anxiously continue to wait for a release date to Luciano and Nicolás Onetti’s flick, What the Waters Left Behind, we have been provided with the official trailer and a couple of new official posters. Check out the goods and all the details below and let us know if you’ll be keeping an eye out

Check Out the Trailer for Leigh Whannell’s New Film ‘Upgrade’
Written by Jason McDonald, April 4, 2018
Leigh Whannell has helped to shepherd in such modern hits as “Saw” and “Insidious”, but now the director and writer is set to release an entirely new film and it’s already got some critical acclaim riding behind it. Whannell’s new film is titled “Upgrade” and is set in a future where biomechanical modifications are normal

‘Stranger Things’ Creators Accused of Taking Idea for the Series From a Short Film
Written by Jason McDonald, April 4, 2018
Man, the Hollywood machine is a fickle beast.  One minute you’re celebrating the announcement of a theme park attraction based on your show and the next you’re being accused of taking someone else’s idea for your show. Matt and Ross Duffer are being accused of “lifting” their idea for “Stranger Things” from a 2012 short

‘Stranger Things’ Comes to Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights
Written by Jason McDonald, April 4, 2018
I have an ever growing list of films and horror properties that I’d love to see brought to life at Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights. Shockingly, though, I never even considered “Stranger Things” to be a possibility, but now that you mention it . . . Yeah, that would be a pretty rad addition. And

‘The Killer Movie Channel’ is Now Free on Roku
Written by Chris Savage, April 3, 2018
Have you guys checked out the streaming site The Killer Movie Channel yet? It features a slew of horror films from the classics to a selection of newer indie releases, and now, SGL Entertainment in Association with Dark Star Records and dotstudioPRO have unleashed a free version of the channel on Roku. Simply follow the link

Stand Back! There’s a ‘Clownado’ Comin’ Through!
Written by Chris Savage, April 3, 2018
Indie horror aficionado Todd Sheets, is back with yet another delicious helping of horror goodness as he is currently working on his latest, and possibly most eye-catching film to date, Clownado! The film, surprisingly is said to be shot in a Film Noir style while utilizing practical effects and of course, a bounty-full of clowns

The ‘Housewife’ Finds a Home with RLJE Films
Written by Chris Savage, April 3, 2018
One film that has been gaining quite a bit of traction on the festival circuit is Can Evrenol’s (Baskin) latest movie, Housewife. The film has been well received and has even won the “Best Director” award at Melbourne’s MonsterFest, now, we have news that the film has found a home. RLJE Films have acquired all North American rights

‘The Stand’ May Wind Up On CBS All Access as a Limited Series
Written by Jason McDonald, April 3, 2018
Remember when it looked like “The Stand” was going to be the next big project from Academy Award winning director Ben Affleck?  That was way back in the magical year of 2013 and, as you can plainly see, that never came to be.  Despite the many other Stephen King adaptations that have come to pass

[Video] ‘Dead Town’ Series 2: Episode 1 Has Arrived
Written by Chris Savage, April 2, 2018
The boys are back in Peter Mckeirnon’s Dead Town, as the zombie web-series continues on with its first episode of the second season, and it’s just as fun as what we’ve seen before, although I think they’ve upped the ante on the practical effects as they look absolutely stellar! Anyway, 80s Dave (Karl Davies), John (Michael Hagen) and