AFI Fest 2017 Preview and Recommendations
Written by Jason McDonald, November 6, 2017
The annual American Film Institute Festival kicks off this week on November 9th here in Los Angeles, California and if you’re in the area there are definitely a few interesting selections for us horror fans.  From premieres to conversations, here are a few recommendations to keep your eye on. Of course the main thing people

‘Leatherface’ Arrives On UK DVD This January 2018
Written by Chris Savage, November 4, 2017
I still haven’t got around to watching  Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury’s Texas Chain Saw-prequel, Leatherface, and judging by a few reviews it sounds as if I’m not missing much, but are they wrong? Have you seen this one yet and what did you think, is it worth a watch? Well, if you’re looking to add this

First Casting News & Details for ‘Killer Kate!’
Written by Chris Savage, November 4, 2017
There’s a new horror comedy in the works and it comes from the mind of Daniel Moya (Rental) along with Elliot Feld (General Education), which Feld will also direct. The film is titled Killer Kate! and we have just received the first casting announcement as well as a few details regarding the film. It will also go

New Official Trailers for ‘It Came From The Desert’
Written by Chris Savage, November 3, 2017
For those of you who are after some glorious b-movie mayhem have come to the right place as Marko Mäkilaakso’s feature film adaptation of the classic 1989 Amiga game, It Came From The Desert, has unleashed a couple of new official trailers and we have them for you below, with one courtesy of Bloody-Disgusting. The film

Official Trailer for the Short Horror Western ‘Sons of Bitches’
Written by Chris Savage, November 2, 2017
Several months ago we unleashed the first official images from Arnaud Baur’s short horror western, Sons of Bitches, and from that moment we have been chomping at the bit for more. Today, we have more for you. The first official trailer has been unleashed and from what we can see, this one looks beautifully shot and

Octane Entertainment Acquires Darren Lynn Bousman’s ‘St. Agatha’
Written by Chris Savage, November 2, 2017
We have just this moment received word that Darren Lynn Bousman’s latest horror flick, St. Agatha, has been picked up by Octane Entertainment, which includes the worldwide sales rights to the film, and below we have all the information as well as your very first look at the film. St. Agatha is currently in post-production, so

Scott Hamm’s ‘Coffin 2’ is Now Available at Redbox
Written by Chris Savage, October 31, 2017
Did you guys ever catch Kipp Tribble’s Coffin? Well, a sequel is not only on the way but it is now available at Redbox kiosks nationwide in the States. Below we have all the details you need for Coffin 2, so let us know if you’ll be watching this one tonight as part of your Halloween

Official Artwork for Scream Factory’s ‘Drag Me To Hell’ Blu-ray
Written by Chris Savage, October 31, 2017
As you may remember, at Comic-Con this past year it was announced that Scream Factory announced that a new Collector’s Edition of Sam Raimi’s 2009 flick, Drag Me To Hell, would be hitting Blu-ray in the near future. And now, we have the official artwork that will grace the upcoming release. The newly-commissioned artwork comes from

Official Trailer for George Clarke’s ‘Blood Harvest’
Written by Chris Savage, October 30, 2017
From Wild Eye Releasing comes George Clarke’s latest film, Blood Harvest, and below we have for you the first official trailer and poster for the upcoming film, which will hit the U.S. this November 21, 2017 on Digital platforms. From the Press Release: Writer-director George Clarke’s latest sweat-inducing scarefest comes to U.S shores this November. The

Mask of Thorn [Review]
Written by Chris Savage, October 30, 2017
The micro-budget, independent studio Mycho Entertainment, led by MJ Dixon is back with their latest entry, Mask of Thorn, a prequel to their previous installment Legacy of Thorn, and this time we get to travel all the way back to the eighties. But the question is, does Thorn still pack a sting? Well, I can

Official UK Trailer & Poster for ‘Terrifier’
Written by Chris Savage, October 30, 2017
Damien Leone’s latest flick, Terrifier, recently premiered at London’s Horror Channel FrightFest this past weekend, and now we can unveil the official UK poster and trailer for you below. Now, clowns don’t really do anything for me, but this sucker, who goes by the name of “Art”, certainly scores high marks on the creep factor for

[REVIEW] ‘Jigsaw’ is Almost a Complete Picture
Written by Jason McDonald, October 29, 2017
It’s been seven years since the “Saw” franchise issued its final chapter.  To put that into perspective Freddy Krueger was on hiatus for only three years after “The Final Nightmare” and Jason came back from his “Final Chapter” after one year.  So in terms of finality, the “Saw” franchise did have a pretty nice long

Official Poster and Teaser Trailer for Mark Patton’s ‘Scream, Queen! My Nightmare On Elm Street’
Written by Chris Savage, October 26, 2017
Have you guys been following Roman Chimienti and Tyler Jensen’s upcoming documentary, Scream, Queen! My Nightmare On Elm Street? If not, I think you should add this one to your radar as it looks absolutely fascinating but also extremely sad as it documents Mark Patton’s literal nightmare which had him living in obscurity for nearly 30

First Details for Spectacular Optical’s Book ‘Yuletide Terror: Christmas Horror on Film and Television’
Written by Chris Savage, October 26, 2017
Who here loves festive horror? Yeah, I think it’s pretty unanimous, we all love it. I’m not sure what it is. Maybe it’s just the whole happy atmosphere that is just so ripe for some terror, either way, we can’t get enough of it. And so, Spectacular Optical’s latest book, Yuletide Terror: Christmas Horror on Film

Wild Eye Releasing’s ‘My Little Sister’ is Now Available on VOD
Written by Chris Savage, October 26, 2017
From Wild Eye Releasing comes Maurizio and Roberto del Piccolo’s latest flick, My Little Sister, and we can announce that the film is now available on Cable VOD and Digital HD, including inDemand, Comcast, Vudu, Fandango Now, Amazon Instant, and Google Play. The film features an urban legend, one which is host to a deformed killer. Check

Rob Zombie is Working on a Follow-Up to the ‘Devil’s Rejects’
Written by Jason McDonald, October 26, 2017
If you’ve seen ‘The Devil’s Rejects” your initial thought about this headline might either be “Yaay!” or “But how can they do a follow-up?” Personally, I’m leaning towards that second question.  But it looks like the long-speculated return to the series is finally going to happen. Bloody-Disgusting is saying that they have confirmed that Rob

This Reddit Poster Created One of the Best World Series Hype Videos Using the ‘Battles: Los Angeles” Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, October 25, 2017
Remember “Battle: Los Angeles”? It had easily one of the best teaser trailers and I was legitimately  excited for it, but it ultimately wound up being kind of a dud.  However, that doesn’t tarnish the fact that the first trailer was fantastic and Reddit user Get_off_my_lawn22 created an amazing hype video to celebrate the current

The Most Haunted House in America Gets a Trailer- Check Out ‘Winchester’
Written by Jason McDonald, October 25, 2017
I love the mystique of the Winchester house and I’ve been there a few times, but I gotta say, this trailer seems a tad bit much.  Look, I’m not saying the Winchester is or isn’t haunted, but I kinda doubt all this crazy shit went down in that house as this trailer seems to indicate.

This December Ushers in the ‘Dawning of the Dead’
Written by Chris Savage, October 24, 2017
From Uncork’d Entertainment comes Tony Jopia’s latest movie, Dawning of the Dead, and at first I thought, “Oh here we go, another zombie comedy…” but judging by parts of the trailer (see below) this actually looks a little intense and has certainly gained my interest. So, head on down below for all the details and look

DIS [Review]
Written by Chris Savage, October 23, 2017
There has been one actor that I have had my eye on pretty much since I’ve started writing for HM.ca, and his name is Bill Oberst Jr., a guy who is basically the hardest working actor in horror, maybe in all of film for that matter. The dude goes above and beyond and it shows