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Magnet Releasing Continues to Spread the Virus with [REC] 4: Apocalypse
Written by Chris Savage, November 18, 2014
As predicted, the folks over at Magnet Releasing have just announced that they will be unleashing [REC] 4: Apocalypse in the US this January 2, 2015. The film will be available in theatres, iTunes, and On Demand. Synopsis: Angela Vidal wakes up in a high-security quarantine facility, sole survivor and witness to the horrific events inside

‘From Hell’ Series Coming to FX
Written by Jason McDonald, November 18, 2014
Remember that Johnny Depp 2001 film “From Hell’?  I vaguely remember seeing it when it came out and I seem to recall enjoying it.  I haven’t seen it since, but I have a feeling that it probably won’t hold up too well to a second viewing.  Well, now it looks like “From Hell” will be heading

First Look at BD Wong in ‘Jurassic World’ and a New Viral Site
Written by Jason McDonald, November 18, 2014
Dino fans the world over have been anxiously awaiting new details on the upcoming “Jurassic World” sequel.  Now it looks like we might finally get some answers in less than ten days. A new viral site has popped up on the internet and it’s a corporate website for Masrani, the new corporation that seems to

‘Frankenweenie’ Writer to Pen ‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’ Script
Written by Jason McDonald, November 18, 2014
Last year we learned that an adaptation of “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” was in the works and that the writers of “The Collector” were attached to handle the script.  Since then things have gone quiet on the project and it seemed that perhaps “Scary Stories” was destined for development hell. However, Deadline

[Trailer] The Devil’s Deal Gets Rave Reviews
Written by Stephanie Joyce, November 17, 2014
Here’s a new film that’s hit the DVD scene fresh from Lionsgate Entertainment. The Devil’s Deal, previously titles The Merchant, is a supernatural thriller that is sure to scare-up some attention due to the “Slenderman” look of the anti-hero. We reported it earlier this year that this title was going to hit DVD in October

Sean Bean Opens ‘The Frankenstein Chronicles’ for ITV
Written by Chris Savage, November 17, 2014
Do you guys need a fix of Sean Bean? I know you do, so here we have some details regarding a little period crime drama, which is a sort of re-imagining of the Frankenstein myth, and its entitled The Frankenstein Chronicles. According to Deadline, it will be a six-part television series for the UK’s subscription

First Teaser Trailer & Poster for Magi
Written by Chris Savage, November 17, 2014
From Hasan Karacadag, comes his latest slice of terror with the upcoming Turkish flick Magi, and today we have scored a little piece of poster art as well as the first teaser trailer for the film. Make your way below and check them out, let us know if this is something you’ll be looking out for?

Alien: Isolation PS4 Review
Written by Jason McDonald, November 16, 2014
After the mess that was “Aliens: Colonial Marines”, many fans of the “Alien” franchise were left bitter and resentful over Sega’s handling of the series.  So when word came soon after the release of “Colonial Marines” that Sega was working on another game, people were starting to sharpen their pitchforks and light their torches.  Is “Alien: Isolation” a turning

Two New V/H/S: Viral Clips Inside
Written by Chris Savage, November 15, 2014
For those of you who prefer to watch films via iTunes or On Demand, what did you make of V/H/S: Viral, and should we all check this one out? I’m pretty stoked, and I’m sure many of you’re too, so if you’re waiting for its arrival in theatres, we have a couple of new clips

MTV’s ‘Scream’ to Feature a More Organic Mask?
Written by Chris Savage, November 15, 2014
A few weeks ago, word came out that MTV’s TV adaptation of Scream, would not feature the original mask, as designed by FunWorld’s RJ Torbert. Instead, it appears as if the folks over at MTV are looking to create something much more darker compared to the film version. Recently, Mina Lefevre, MTV’s senior vice president and head

[New Clip] Taylor Swift In a Horror Film? ‘Blank Space’ Music Video Re-Visited
Written by Stephanie Joyce, November 14, 2014
I’m putting this out there right now. I’ve never followed nor watched a Taylor Swift music video all the way through. I just couldn’t do it after hearing her songs a bijillion too-many times on the radio. Are they catchy? Yes – to many people. But not my cup of tea. So when Entertainment Weekly

[Exclusive Trailer] Mary Loss of Soul Wows Festivals
Written by Stephanie Joyce, November 14, 2014
Here’s an interesting concept. A fifteen year-old girl goes missing only to come back with, um, something missing. It’s just her soul, no biggie. What I liked most about watching this trailer is that it looks like every scene was meticulously lighted and choreographed. Like a heart-warming family film…only not! This film is just coming

First Look at Frankenstein vs. The Mummy
Written by Chris Savage, November 14, 2014
Brace yourself, kids. For what we are about to unleash could be the biggest battle of all time, and we are stuck right in the middle of it, but there can be only one winner. Will, Frankenstein’s re-animated corpse be able to send The Mummy straight back to hell? You guys will just have to

[Trailer] Tara Reid Stars in Charlie’s Farm
Written by Stephanie Joyce, November 14, 2014
Don’t know about you, but the name Charlie doesn’t evoke fear as far as a horror movie is concerned. But I had to give this a nod and watch the trailer to see if it would be any bit as ridiculous as the concept that our star Tara Reid has been gaining notoriety for –

Two New Posters from Starry Eyes
Written by Chris Savage, November 14, 2014
We have been following Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer’s Starry Eyes, for quite some time now, We have ushered in all types of goodies for the film, which have been leading up to this point. Today, you can finally check the film out on VOD and iTunes, but before that, check out a couple of brand new

Jurassic Park Cameo in LEGO Batman 3 Teases LEGO Jurassic World Game
Written by Jason McDonald, November 14, 2014
There are sure to be many tie-ins for the upcoming “Jurassic World” film set to release next year, but the one that has my interest in the rumored “LEGO Jurassic World” game from TT Games. TT Games has been the mastermind behind the long running series of LEGO video games and they’ve put their block-inspired

Director Jennifer Lynch Takes On Eli Roth’s ‘South of Hell’ Show
Written by Stephanie Joyce, November 13, 2014
South of Hell is a supernatural thriller set in South Carolina and helmed by Eli Roth (Cabin Fever and Hostel). And to make sure this new series set to premiere on WE tv is completely bad-ass, the production team tapped Jennifer Lynch (Teen Wolf and Walking Dead) along with another female director, Rachel Talalay (Doctor

Official Poster & Trailer for The Dooms Chapel Horror
Written by Chris Savage, November 13, 2014
I still don’t know how Bill Oberst Jr., does it. The amount of films that he is working on and the amount of films in the pipeline is astronomical! I have my suspicions though, I think he is some super human vampire hybrid of sorts that needs no sleep and feeds solely on horror films

Don’t Look in the Basement Hits DVD Once More
Written by Chris Savage, November 13, 2014
S.F. Brownrigg’s 1970’s classic, Don’t Look in the Basement (The Forgotten) is one film that should be everyone’s horror collection. In fact, I’d be surprised if no-one did have this as there have been so many releases of the film on DVD and VHS, that it’s so hard to keep up! But, we just can’t

Annabelle Hits Blu-ray & DVD This January
Written by Chris Savage, November 13, 2014
So, what did you guys make of Annabelle? Is it worth a watch? I missed this one when it hit theatres and instead decided to wait for its home video release, and speaking of which, we have all the details regarding when this one will be making its way to Blu-ray and DVD. From the