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[Trailer] First Look at Jared Skolnick’s Highly Intriguing Short ‘Girl in the Basement’
Written by Chris Savage, August 19, 2016
Jared Skolnick is certainly no stranger around these parts, especially after delivering his stellar short The Earth Rejects Him (Check it out HERE). And now he has returned with yet another tale, and this sucker looks set to be awesome. The short is titled Girl in the Basement, which is written by Kt Baldassaro, and it asks

Train to Busan Horror Movie Review
Written by Simon Rother, August 19, 2016
Best. Zombie. Movie. In. The. Last. 10. Years. Do I have your attention, now? Good. Because you do NOT want to miss the insane ride that is “Train to Busan”, straight out of South Korea, which made its north American premiere at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival. Seok-Woo is the typical, workaholic, office-working man: always

Don’t Breath Movie Review
Written by Simon Rother, August 19, 2016
I am one of those who believe that director Fede Alvarez did a fantastic job with the remake of “Evil Dead”. He did not disappoint with his latest film, “Don’t Breathe,” which was presented in a special advanced screening at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival. Rocky (Jane Levy; also starred in Alvarez’s “Evil Dead”), Alex

‘Dolly Deadly’ Finds a Home on Blu-ray & DVD
Written by Chris Savage, August 19, 2016
Welcome to the warped world of Heidi Moore’s latest flick Dolly Deadly, a film that is said to be filled with practical effects and judging by the first trailer (see below) it looks set to be a lot of fun, if not a little twisted. If you like what you see, you can score your copy

Marcus Dunstan’s ‘The Neighbour’ Comes Knocking This September
Written by Chris Savage, August 19, 2016
From Marcus Dunstan (Writer/director The Collector, The Collection, writer of Saw 4-7) comes his latest tale of terror with Arrow Films’ The Neighbour, and with the film making its present felt at FrightFest, Sunday, August 28th, we’ve received word regarding its wider release in the UK. The Neighbour is set to hit UK cinemas and VOD

The CW is Bringing ‘The Lost Boys’ to Television
Written by Jason McDonald, August 19, 2016
After the CW finally gave the axe to the “Friday the 13th” series this past week, it seemed like their journey to bring a horror movie property to their network had finally come to an end.  Or did it?! In a surprise move the CW announced on Deadline that they were bringing iconic ’80s film

Part Human. Part Dinosaur. All Soldier. It’s ‘Killersaurus’
Written by Chris Savage, August 18, 2016
When it’s not sharks it’s dinosaurs, but how do you make a T-Rex more terrifying than it already is? Well, you modify that sucker to become the ultimate battlefield weapon, and we have the official artwork and trailer for Steve Lawson’s Killersaurus, so you get get a glimpse. To be fair, the artwork is actually pretty killer, pardon

The Red Band Trailer for ‘Terror Toons 3’ Has Arrived
Written by Chris Savage, August 18, 2016
I’m not going to deny it. I absolutely loved Joe Castro’s Terror Toons, it was just off-the-wall insanity, loved it! But saying that, I never did get around to watching the sequel, but perhaps it’s time to change that as Terror Toons 3 is on the verge of release. So, courtesy of Steven Escobar, the producer

First Official Poster for ‘Death House’
Written by Chris Savage, August 18, 2016
One film that has instantly caught our eye is B. Harrison Smith’s Death House, a film that’s being dubbed the “Expendables of horror,” and judging by the casting for this sucker, it’s easy to see why. So, care to get our first glimpse at the official poster? Head on down below and check out the goods courtesy

‘The Neon Demon’ Hits Blu-ray & DVD This September
Written by Chris Savage, August 17, 2016
Nicolas Winding Refn’s highly praised The Neon Demon hit theatres earlier in the year, but if you missed your opportunity to catch this one or you simply want to own a physical copy, we’ve got your back. The Neon Demon is set to hit Blu-ray & DVD this September 27th, and we’ve got all the

Would Kevin Bacon Like to Play Freddy Krueger?
Written by Jason McDonald, August 17, 2016
This isn’t news so much as it is high-level fan casting, but oh boy, could you imagine if it came to pass? There are few actors that I can enjoy in pretty much anything and Kevin Bacon is one of them.  So if Kevin is into the idea of playing an iconic horror villain, then

Mark Duplass Teases Development on ‘Creep 2’
Written by Jason McDonald, August 17, 2016
I don’t know if I can trust Mark Duplass.  He’s got the air of a trickster about him, but who am I to second guess him?  After seeing “Creep” I know I definitely don’t want to cross him. I didn’t absolutely love “Creep”, in fact I thought the film went off the rails with its

‘American Horror Story’ to Haunt Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights
Written by Jason McDonald, August 17, 2016
I know feelings tend to be mixed about “American Horror Story”, but there’s no doubt that the show has become quite the cultural sensation.  And now it’s diving deeper into the mainstream this year with an appearance at this year’s Halloween Horror Nights in Hollywood and Orlando. Universal Studios announced that the hit FX series

‘The Neon Dead’ Lights Up onto DVD This September
Written by Chris Savage, August 16, 2016
From visual effects artist Torey Haas (V/H/S Viral, Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie) comes his directorial debut The Neon Dead, and we can reveal that the film is set for a release on DVD and Digital HD this September 13th via Wild Eye Releasing, and we’ve scored the official trailer, artwork and more. From the

Pennywise Arrives in Full Costume in New Promo Photo from ‘It’
Written by Chris Savage, August 16, 2016
Last month we gave you guys your first look at Bill Skarsgard as “Pennywise the Clown” and it was definitely different to say the least, and it had us salivating for more. So, courtesy of Entertainment Weekly, we have a promo picture in full costume, and he looks absolutely creepy! It’s pretty cool that they’re going

‘The Shallows’ Finds a Home on DVD and Blu-ray This September
Written by Chris Savage, August 16, 2016
Did you guys get a chance to view Jaume Collet-Serra’s The Shallows during its theatrical run? If not, I’m sure you’ve heard of it as this one has been receiving praise nearly everywhere! So, care to see what all the fuss is about? Look for the film o Blu-ray and DVD this September 13th, and see

Official International Trailer & Teaser Posters for the ‘Arrival’
Written by Chris Savage, August 16, 2016
Last week we ushered in the teaser trailer for Denis Villeneuve’s latest flick Arrival, and I for one was blown away by how compelling a simple teaser trailer could be, and well, I kinda wish they left it at that. But, that just isn’t to be as an official international trailer has arrived along with a

Bed of the Dead Fantasia Review
Written by Simon Rother, August 15, 2016
What happens when two couples attempt to have a foursome on a bed made from a cursed, ancient tree, inside a sex-crazed hotel? We discover the outcome of this bizarre premise in “Bed of the Dead”, which made its world premiere at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival, with director Jeff Maher present. The first scene

Jack the Ripper Returns in ‘Razors’
Written by Chris Savage, August 15, 2016
We all know the story of Jack the Ripper, but is there more to tell? Well, it’s definitely inspired a slew of horror films and today word has come that a new horror is re-opening the case with a twist on the killer in Ian Powell and Karl Ward’s Razors. Thanks to our friends over at Fangoria,

‘Lake of Shadows: The Legend of Avocado Lake’ Secures an All-Star Cast
Written by Chris Savage, August 15, 2016
Don’t you just love it when a film comes along and you beginning reading the casting and you’re like, “yes, yes, oh definitely, oh hell yeah!” Well, that’s pretty much what I said when I began reading through the cast for Michael S. Rodriguez’s Lake of Shadows: The Legend of Avocado Lake, but it gets better.