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First Look at Sandy Collora’s Creature Feature ‘Shallow Water’
Written by Chris Savage, June 16, 2016
I’m just going to go straight in here; the creature in Sandy Collora’s Shallow Water looks fantastic! This is what we need and hopefully we will get it, but that comes down to us. Shallow Water is said to be the first in a series of short films which will be a part of a retro horror/sci-fi anthology feature, but they

The Official Trailer for ‘Ghost Team’ Has Arrived
Written by Chris Savage, June 16, 2016
Earlier this month we ushered in the official poster and details for Oliver Irving’s horror-comedy Ghost Team, since then we’ve been waiting with bated breath for more on this sucker as it sounds like it’s a home-run, and now the official trailer has arrived for you to check out. Head on down below and see if this

The Nun from ‘The Conjuring 2’ Will Get Her Own Spinoff Movie
Written by Jason McDonald, June 16, 2016
It looks like New Line will be turning “Conjuring” spinoff films into a grand tradition.  After a blockbuster weekend in which the horror sequel raked in $100 million worldwide, New Line has announced that they will be expanding the “Conjuring” universe even further with another spinoff. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that New Line is taking the

Official Poster & Trailer for Joe Begos’ ‘The Mind’s Eye’
Written by Chris Savage, June 15, 2016
Well I wasn’t expecting this! From Joe Begos comes his latest film The Mind’s Eye, and my first thought was a new Scanners film, as this sucker looks as if it may have materialized out of Cronenberg’s scrapbook! I’m stoked for this and I think you will too. So, head on down below and check out the

Exclusive: Don Bitters Talks ‘Terrordactyl’ & More
Written by Chris Savage, June 15, 2016
Creature feature fans rejoice! We have a new one for you in the form of Don Bitters’ Terrordactyl, which is available on various VOD platforms as we speak, so if you haven’t seen it yet, what are you waiting for!? In the meantime, we recently had the chance to ask Don Bitters a few questions regarding the

‘House of Manson’ Hits DVD & VOD in the States this August
Written by Chris Savage, June 15, 2016
I know it’s been a long wait, guys, but trust me, it’s worth it. Brandon Slagle’s Charles Manson biopic House of Manson [Review], has been up and down the festival circuit, it’s been across the pond and now it appears as if the film is finally set for a domestic release and we have some very

[Trailer] ‘The Rezort’ is ‘Jurassic Park’ With Zombies
Written by Chris Savage, June 15, 2016
I have no other way to describe Steve Barker’s The Rezort (Generation Z) than to say it’s Jurassic Park with zombies, and granted the idea is a little out there, but it actually looks intriguing and it could work. So, how about a glimpse at the film? Make your way below for the official trailer and

New Official Stills from Jimmy Lee Combs’ ‘Terror Tales’
Written by Chris Savage, June 15, 2016
We’ve been following Jimmy Lee Combs’ latest flick Terror Tales for as long as we can remember as this sucker looks and sounds as if it has some awesome potential, plus it’s an anthology flick in the vein of Creepshow. So, need I say more? We’re stoked, and as such we have scored a slew of new photos

[Video] Dead Town: Episode 2 – ‘This Must be the Place’
Written by Chris Savage, June 15, 2016
Peter Mckeirnon’s zombie web-series Dead Town is back with episode 2 ‘This Must be the Place’ and it’s a ton of fun, as we watch the continued adventures of our trio of misfits; John, 80s Dave and Butty, as they continue their search for John’s daughter. During this episode we are greeted to a new

The ‘Dark-Web’ Wants You to Scare Them
Written by Chris Savage, June 15, 2016
We’ve just received word of the upcoming horror/sci-fi series Dark-Web, which is set to be an eight-part anthology series with its themes set around the dark underbelly of the internet and they’re looking for short scripts that will terrify and scare them to the bone! If you think you’ve got an idea, that fills up 10-15

Artspolitation Films Travel Through Time with ‘Counter Clockwise’
Written by Chris Savage, June 15, 2016
Our good friends over at Artsploitation Films have announced that they have acquired George Moïse’s sci-fi/horror flick Counter Clockwise for a release on DVD and VOD this October 4, 2016, and we have all the details below including the official trailer. Check out the goods and let us know if this is something you’ll be checking

Sony Showcases New Horror Game ‘Days Gone’
Written by Jason McDonald, June 15, 2016
There’s certainly no end to zombie themed horror games out there. Just these last two days we’ve seen the announcement of four sequels that fit that description.  Is there possibly room for one more new IP?  Well we’re about to find out as Sony has announced their new horror title “Days Gone.” “Days Gone” comes

Microsoft Unveils ‘State of Decay 2’ with First Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, June 15, 2016
The original “State of Decay” had a perilous original run with the game releasing in rather rough shape before turning things around and becoming a mega success with fans the world over.  Now Undead Labs is looking to achieve their multiplayer dreams with “State of Decay 2.” The announcement trailer was revealed during Microsoft’s E3

Check Out the First Gameplay Trailer for ‘Friday the 13th: The Game’
Written by Jason McDonald, June 15, 2016
I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised by this, but it’s pretty damn apparent that Jason Voorhees needs a nerf.  Dude is just teleporting all over the place and emerging out of the shadows like an undead ninja. I don’t know how these hapless teens are going to survive, but I’m eager to find out. Gun

Official Trailer for Rob Zombie’s ’31’
Written by Chris Savage, June 14, 2016
It’s finally here, guys. As promised, by Zombie himself, the trailer is unleashed and we have every pixel for you to devour below. Me personally, I think Rob has teased us perfectly with this one, and I’m pretty freakin’ stoked for this, but it’s all down to you. What do you think? Check out the

Exclusive: New Official Clip from ‘Consumption’
Written by Chris Savage, June 14, 2016
We’ve been following Brandon Scullion’s directorial debut Consumption for quite a while now as it appears as if he is firing on all cylinders with his debut feature and we just can’t get enough. So, with the film set for release this July 26, 2016 via Wild Eye Releasing on DVD & VOD, we’ve scored an exclusive clip

Frank West Returns in ‘Dead Rising 4’
Written by Jason McDonald, June 14, 2016
“Dead Rising” continues to be a popular brand for Microsoft, but there’s one thing that fans have been clamoring for since the first one: the return of wartime photographer Frank West. Microsoft announced today during their E3 presentation that “Dead Rising 4” would mark the return of Frank West as he revisits the iconic mall

Telltale Teases ‘Walking Dead’ Season Three
Written by Jason McDonald, June 14, 2016
The tragic and gut wrenching story of Clementine continues this year as Telltale Games has revealed our first look at the third season of their “Walking Dead” game. The third season will introduce an older Clementine and another character named Javier who will play a crucial role in the game’s story.  Here’s how Telltale teased

First Trailer for ‘Resident Evil 7’ and a Demo Could Be on the Way
Written by Jason McDonald, June 14, 2016
E3 is back and videogames are here to stay for at least another year, so prepare yourself for an onslaught of trailers and gameplay demos. Tonight we kick things off with the return of a classic horror video game franchise.  Capcom has unveiled a trailer for “Resident Evil 7” and the series looks to be taking

[REVIEW] ‘The Conjuring 2’ Will Lightning Strike Twice for the Warrens?
Written by Jason McDonald, June 14, 2016
After taking a quick break from horror to direct “Furious 7”, James Wan returns to the genre with a sequel to the hugely successful 2013 film “The Conjuring.”  With the “The Conjuring 2”, Wan has gathered the band back together with the hopes of repeating the critical and financial success the first one enjoyed.  But