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Victor Crowley Slashes His Way into Comics
Written by Chris Savage, November 16, 2016
Am I safe to assume that Adam Green’s Hatchet series is liked by many of you? I mean, of course you can’t please everyone, but I think a few of you dig the mindless violence of the series, right? I know I do, and that’s why we are pretty stoked to learn that Victor Crowley will soon

Artsploitation Films’ ‘Counter Clockwise’ Hits DVD This December
Written by Chris Savage, November 16, 2016
George Moïse’s sci-fi/horror flick Counter Clockwise was originally set for a release on October 4th, but it was pushed back and we can now reveal that the film will be making its way to you on DVD and VOD via Artsploitation Films this December 13th. From the Press Release: A scientist, while working on inventing

A New Official Trailer for ‘Cute Little Buggers’ Has Arrived
Written by Chris Savage, November 15, 2016
Well, they did try to warn us, but now it’s too late. Remember Monty Python and the Holy Grail? Of course you do, and in particular THAT killer rabbit? Well, we were warned, weren’t we? And now it appears as if they have multiplied like, well, rabbits and we’re pretty much up the creek without

New Official UK Quad Poster & Trailer for ‘I Am Not A Serial Killer’
Written by Chris Savage, November 15, 2016
Billy O’Brien’s I Am Not A Serial Killer [REVIEW] has been receiving a ton of praise, many film critics and audiences have been eating this one up and I’m sure it will continue to do so as the film is now scheduled to make its way to the UK and we have the official quad

The ‘Hotel of the Damned’ Opens its Doors This December
Written by Chris Savage, November 14, 2016
Bobby Barbacioru’s Hotel of the Damned is finally set for a release this December 6th via Uncork’d Entertainment on VOD, and we’ve scored the official trailer, poster and more. Check out all the details below and let us know what you think and if you’ll be checking into this hotel or not? From the Press Release:

‘Jack Frost’ Finally Takes a Bite Out of Blu-ray
Written by Chris Savage, November 14, 2016
If you didn’t realize already, Christmas is looming ever closer. I mean, they even had some decorations and gifts in stores even before Halloween! But, whatever. Anyway, Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without a little yuletide slasher, and we can reveal that Michael Cooney’s Jack Frost is making its way to Blu-ray for the very first time

‘The Wrong Floor’ Becomes ‘Toxic Apocalypse’ in the US & Canada
Written by Chris Savage, November 12, 2016
We instantly fell in love with Marc Hamill’s Grindhouse flick The Wrong Floor, as soon as we laid our eyes upon the awesome artwork by The Dude Designs, so it pains us to learn that not only has the film had a name change from The Wrong Floor to Toxic Apocalypse, but Cinema Epoch has unleashed

New Official Posters for ‘Resident Evil: The Final Chapter’
Written by Chris Savage, November 12, 2016
Well, it appears as if Alice’s journey is coming to an end, as we get the final Resident Evil chapter this January 27, 2017. So, below we have a couple of new posters for you and once again, the Japanese variation is just heads above the competition, mainly because we can actually see some zombies! Anyway,

Art the Clown Returns in ‘Terrifier’
Written by Chris Savage, November 11, 2016
Now, unless you’ve seen Damien Leone’s All Hallows’ Eve, then Art the Clown means absolutely nothing to you, but if you have seen it, then you know just how creepy that damn clown was! And, it appears as if Art is set to star in his own movie, as thanks to Dread Central, we have the official trailer

The ‘Sleep Eaters’ Have Arrived – Check Out the Official Trailer Within
Written by Chris Savage, November 10, 2016
From Shane Grant comes Sleep Eaters, the feature-length followup to his 30 minute horror/comedy, Sleep Eater. And we have for you the official trailer, and it’s pretty long, running at just over 4 minutes, but in that time we are treated to some delicious practical effects. Check it out below and let us know what you think?

First Look at the Horror Anthology ‘Monster Pool: Chapter Two’
Written by Chris Savage, November 9, 2016
You all know by now that we are absolute suckers for anthology flicks, and why the hell not? They pretty much have something for everyone, and that appears to be the case with the Canadian horror anthology, Monster Pool: Chapter Two. The film looks like a ton of fun, and to give you a taste

New Poster & Trailer for Dave Parker’s ‘It Watches’
Written by Chris Savage, November 9, 2016
From Dave Parker (The Hills Run Red) comes his latest horror flick It Watches, and we’ve scored the brand new trailer, poster and much more. Check out all the details below and keep your eyes peeled for this one on Digital this December 6th. From the Press Release: Director Dave Parker’s “unpredictable terror tale” It

This Official Trailer Will Take You ‘Beyond the Gates’
Written by Chris Savage, November 8, 2016
The new official trailer for Jackson Stewart’s Beyond the Gates has arrived, and it looks pretty sweet! It’s a throwback to 80s horror, which appears as if it might have taken some inspiration from that board-game Atmosfear? If you’ve never played it, do yourself a favor and hunt that sucker down. Anyway, the official trailer can be

Max Landis is Writing and Directing a Remake of ‘An American Werewolf in London’
Written by Jason McDonald, November 8, 2016
I know it’s a cliche, but it’s hard to avoid the fact that this is one of the most “following in your father’s footsteps” examples I’ve seen in a long while.  Max Landis, son of John Landis, is writing and directing a remake of “An American Werewolf in London.” Deadline broke the news tonight revealing

Sean Astin and Paul Reiser Join Season 2 of ‘Stranger Things’
Written by Jason McDonald, November 8, 2016
At this point I’ve run out of things to say about the first season of “Stranger Things.”  I’ve exhausted all theories with friends and family and I’ve grown tired of browsing Reddit pages dedicated to pulling the series apart scene by scene.  The only thing that can save me now is a second season. Thankfully

Terror Films’ ‘Patient Seven’ Hits Redbox Tomorrow – New Official Poster Within
Written by Chris Savage, November 7, 2016
Danny Draven’s (Ghost Month, Reel Evil) Patient Seven, which comes from Terror Films, has been available on various VOD platforms since October 11th, so have you guys hunted this one down yet? If not, and you’d prefer a physical copy, the film is scheduled to hit DVD on Redbox beginning tomorrow, November 8, 2016, and

The Art of Charles Band’s Full Moon Arrives in a Collector’s Edition Art Book in 2017
Written by Chris Savage, November 4, 2016
Charles Band has delivered some iconic films throughout the years, with each film delivering a visual treat to the eye thanks to the artwork that you see on the cover of the Blu-ray, DVD or even VHS. And with Full Moon having an absolute slew of films under their banner, it only makes sense that a

Candy Skin [Horror Short Review]
Written by Chris Savage, November 4, 2016
What is it with body horror and Canadians doing it so freakin’ well? You know, it really all boils down to the master, and that is David Cronenberg, and thanks to him we have a slew of works inspired by the man to help salivate our craving for body horror. And speaking of which, we

First Official Trailer for ‘Lucifer’
Written by Chris Savage, November 4, 2016
From Anti-Villain Media comes Tiffany Castro’s supernatural film Lucifer, and we’ve scored the official trailer, poster, stills and more below. At this time a release date hasn’t been announced, but expect an announcement after this year’s AFM. From the Press Release: Anti-Villain Media and director Tiffany Castro have completed production on the supernatural horror title Lucifer. Now,

Olivia Munn Joins the New ‘Predator’ Film
Written by Jason McDonald, November 4, 2016
A little while ago we learned that actor Benicio Del Toro had stepped out of the new “Predator” film from director Shane Black only to be replaced by “Narcos” actor Boyd Holbrook.  And while the film had a momentary setback, it looks like the casting train is starting to pick up steam with a new