‘The Hive’ Infects VOD
Written by Chris Savage, September 30, 2015
We have just received word that David Yarovesky’s latest flick The Hive, is currently available on VOD, and if it’s anything like the trailer I reckon we are in for one bloody, gross-out time. Check out the trailer below and let us know if you’ll be checking this one out if you haven’t already?  Synopsis: The Hive

The Truth is Still Out There in New Official Trailer for ‘X-Files’
Written by Jason McDonald, September 30, 2015
There are very few things I fanboy about, but even as terrible as “The X-Files” got in the later seasons, it’s still one of my all time favorite shows.  So am I excited about this new series? You better believe it. Fox has released a new official trailer for their upcoming “X-Files” revival.  Unlike previous

Full Details & Artwork for ‘Hellraiser: The Scarlet Box’
Written by Chris Savage, September 29, 2015
Damn! Now THIS is the Hellraiser trilogy set that we deserve. Don’t get me wrong, we’ve had some good sets in the past, anyone get Anchor Bay’s box-set which came in the puzzle box? That was cool, but it just kinda lacked on stuff once you opened it up. Now comes Arrow Films, and they are

‘Honeyspider’ Hits Limited Edition VHS
Written by Chris Savage, September 29, 2015
Earlier this year I got the chance to witness Josh Hasty and Kenny Caperton’s Honeyspider [Review], a film, that I instantly fell in love with, and one that I can see becoming a cult favorite, especially during the Halloween period. One of the standouts of the film is the film within the film, Sleepover Slaughterhouse Part III, it’s a

**Update** ‘The Sand’ Can Be Killer in This Official Trailer
Written by Chris Savage, September 29, 2015
I’ve tried to dig up some information on this one, as one would assume that Isaac Gabaeff’s The Sand, is a remake of Jeffrey Bloom’s Blood Beach, but I haven’t found much, although the Blood Beach wikipedia page states that this is a remake of Blood Beach. So who knows, is it a film that borrows from

First Look at Sean Cain’s ‘Terror Birds’
Written by Chris Savage, September 29, 2015
From Sean Cain (Jurassic City, Silent Night, Zombie Night) comes his latest flick Terror Birds, which just so happens to be a creature feature of the prehistoric kind, and thanks to our good friend Avery for the heads up, we have scored your first look at the film via a slew of images and the

John Goodman Heads to ‘Kong: Skull Island’
Written by Jason McDonald, September 29, 2015
Over the last few months there have been lots of movement surrounding “Kong: Skull Island” with actors coming and going and the whole production moving from Universal to Warner Bros.  Then there was the news that King Kong would be doing battle with Godzilla himself.  And with all this news production has yet to begin

Morgan Creek Will NOT Remake ‘The Exorcist’
Written by Jason McDonald, September 29, 2015
Morgan Creek is out there and they’re listening to you people. Last week we saw the early rumors that Morgan Creek could possibly be interested in remaking “The Exorcist.”  To no one’s surprise this caused quite the uproar, but now it looks like we might not have anything to worry about. Today Morgan Creek was

México Bárbaro Hits DVD This November
Written by Chris Savage, September 28, 2015
Way back in May of this year we reported that Dark Sky Films had picked up the upcoming anthology flick México Bárbaro for a release in the States, but at that time it was still a little early for a release date. But, with the passing of time, word has come that Dark Sky Films will be

[Video] Mac and Me Recut into a Horror Movie Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, September 28, 2015
If you’ve somehow never had the pleasure of seeing “Mac and Me” then let me reassure you that you are somehow one of the fortunate few.  “Mac and Me” was a terrible attempt at making some quick cash by being a poor “E.T.” imitation.  The film bombed horribly in the U.S. and has achieved a

New Official Clip from Nicolas Cage’s ‘Pay the Ghost’
Written by Chris Savage, September 26, 2015
Just a random thought first off. If you want to sell me anything, and I mean ANYTHING, put Nicolas Cage in it, on it, what ever. If it’s got Nicolas Cage, you’ve got my money. So, have you guys seen his latest film Pay the Ghost, now that it is in theatres in the States?

‘Bloodsucking Bastards’ Take a Bite out of Blu-ray & DVD
Written by Chris Savage, September 26, 2015
Way back in July of this years we gave you guys your first look at Brian James O’Connell’s horror comedy Bloodsucking Bastards, and news that the film would hit VOD in September, so, did you guys get around to watching this? Let us know what you thought as the film is finally making its way home in

Raven Banner Catches ‘Crabs!’
Written by Chris Savage, September 26, 2015
Damn! Poor guys. Well, it just goes to show that no-one is immune, but thankfully this sucker is about a different type of crab, more along the lines of those little creatures, the Horseshoe crab. Yep, Raven Banner has picked up the worldwide rights to Pierce Berolzheimer’s creature-feature Crabs! and we have some early details below.

The Third Season of ‘Black Mirror’ Will Consist of 12 New Episodes on Netflix
Written by Chris Savage, September 26, 2015
A little while back we learned that Netflix had picked up Black Mirror, with a third season set to debut on the streaming service, and today we have learned that the third season will consist of twelve episodes! Yep, we’re are going to be in for a treat. The third season will be produced by Charlie Brooker

John Hyams to Direct the Maniac Cop Remake
Written by Chris Savage, September 26, 2015
It appears as if the long gestating remake of Manic Cop, is finally one step closer to coming to fruition, as the folks over Twitch have received word that John Hyams (Universal Soldier: Regeneration & Day of Reckoning) is attached to direct the remake. Nicolas Winding Refn, who informed Twitch of the news is producing,

‘Pet Sematary’ Documentary ‘Unearthed & Untold’ Scores Distribution
Written by Chris Savage, September 25, 2015
We’ve been following John Campopiano and Justin White’s documentary Unearthed & Untold: The Story of Pet Sematary, for as long as I can remember and I know a lot of you are just as anxious as I am to finally witness this one. So, while we don’t have a release date as such, we do know,

‘The Witch’ Casts Her Spell This February
Written by Chris Savage, September 25, 2015
Just about a month ago we gave you guys your first look at Robert Eggers’ The Witch, a film that looks freakin’ awesome, but at that time all we knew was that the film was set to be released “sometime” in 2016. But, just like that, as if it were magic, an official release date has

Robert Englund Thinks a ‘Dream Warriors’ Remake Might Happen
Written by Jason McDonald, September 25, 2015
This is mostly rumor and speculation, but who am I to ignore the word of Robert Englund himself? Lately we’ve been hearing a lot of rumors about a new “Nightmare on Elm Street” film, but so far nothing has truly come to pass.  However, is it possible that the next “Elm Street” film could revisit

Prometheus 2 to be Called ‘Alien: Paradise Lost’
Written by Jason McDonald, September 24, 2015
Director Ridley Scott is currently promoting his upcoming film “The Martian”, but the director is already looking to the future by continuing to explore the past. In an interview with Hey You Guys the director revealed that his next film, “Prometheus 2″, has a new title that links it directly with Scott’s “Alien” film.  The

The Green Inferno Review
Written by Jason McDonald, September 24, 2015
Before “The Green Inferno” made its LA debut at AFI Fest, director Eli Roth came on stage and asked us to clear our minds of any preconceived notions we might have had of the film.  The idea was to cleanse ourselves of any assumptions that might have been made in lieu of marketing or advertisement. I did