‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ Releases a New Official Trailer & Poster
Written by Chris Savage, March 31, 2017
The War is very nearly upon us as Matt Reeves’ War for the Planet of the Apes hits theatres this July 14, 2017, and a new official trailer and poster has arrived to get you guys hyped for the upcoming release. Will you be checking this one out? Take a peek at the official trailer and

‘The Autopsy of Jane Doe’ Finds a Home on Blu-ray & DVD
Written by Chris Savage, March 31, 2017
From Scream Factory in conjunction with IFC Midnight comes the Blu-ray/DVD release of André Øvredal’s highly acclaimed film, The Autopsy of Jane Doe, and we have learned that the film will be unleashed exclusively at Walmart this May 2nd, and then everywhere else on June 27th. Check out the details below and let us know if you’ll

New Poster for Alex Kurtzman’s ‘The Mummy’
Written by Chris Savage, March 31, 2017
Are you stoked for June 9th when The Mummy will once again invade theatres? If so, you’ll be pleased to know that a new poster has emerged and you can check it out below, or perhaps it will be checking you out considering the whole two pupils in the eye… As per their official Facebook

Like the New ‘It’ Trailer? Here’s a Shot by Shot Comparison with the Original
Written by Jason McDonald, March 31, 2017
I can’t explain it yet, but I’ve been drawn in by the new “It” trailer and I’ve found myself watching it a few times already.  I started to get curious about how the old series would compare with the new one and, thankfully, someone did the leg work for me. This video by YouTube user

The Skullcrawlers in ‘Kong: Skull Island’ Were Based Off of a Pokemon
Written by Jason McDonald, March 31, 2017
Inspiration can be drawn from all sorts of places and given how so many of the new generation of filmmakers grew up in the 80s/90s it’s no surprise that some of them might draw inspiration from one of the hottest ’90s properties: Pokemon. Wired recently posted a video that explored some of the behind-the-scene facts

‘Annabelle 2’ Will Now Be Known as ‘Annabelle: Creation’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 31, 2017
Hey, have you heard of the new film “Annabelle 2?” No, you haven’t, because that film no longer exists. The sequel to “Annabelle” has undergone a name change.  They’ve gotten rid of the old fashion numeral sequel title and instead have gone with a hip and trendy subtitle. Revealed during Cinemacon, which is taking place

Netflix Announces Season Two of ‘Santa Clarita Diet’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 30, 2017
If, like me, you’ve binged your way through the first season of “Santa Clarita Diet” and are eager for more then here’s some good news to hold you over. Netflix has announced today that the Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant zombie comedy will be getting a second season. The announcement came with what they’re calling

The Official ‘IT’ Trailer Will Once Again Ignite Your Fear of Clowns
Written by Chris Savage, March 29, 2017
Now I’m pretty sure many of you received your fear of clowns thanks to one Tim Curry in the TV adaptation of Stephen King’s IT, and possibly still haunts you to this day, maybe some of you have even conquered that fear… Well, get prepared to be frightened all over again as IT is back,

‘The Killer Movie Channel’ is Giving Away a Free One Year Subscription
Written by Chris Savage, March 29, 2017
Do you guys need more horror in your life? Heck, who am I kidding, we all do! So, how about a free one year subscription to the streaming site The Killer Movie Channel? Well, it’s simple. Simply join their Facebook group page and write your story, explaining why YOU are the greatest horror movie fan on

Check Out the Teaser for Hulu’s Upcoming Anthology Series ‘Dimension 404’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 29, 2017
This one certainly caught me by surprise. Probably because I don’t have Hulu.  I might have to change that to check out this show though.  Not only does it have an interesting cast in front of the camera, but it has some intriguing talent behind it. “Dimension 404” is a new sci-fi anthology series coming

Dario Argento Has Two New Projects in the Works
Written by Jason McDonald, March 29, 2017
Legendary director Dario Argento may be getting on in years, but he hasn’t slowed down one bit.  It’s been about five years since Argento’s last directorial project, but it looks like he’s ready to set in the director’s chair once again. DUHD is reporting that Argento was attending a recent photo exhibition for artist Franco

The First ‘IT’ Teaser Poster Has Emerged from the Sewer
Written by Chris Savage, March 28, 2017
Are you guys stoked for Andrés Muschietti’s (“Mama”) adaptation of Stephen King’s IT? If so, you will be very pleased to know that the first official teaser poster has emerged, plus the announcement trailer for the teaser trailer which is set to debut tomorrow, Wednesday, March 29th. Check out the artwork and let us know if

Evil Has Been Unearthed as ‘Root of Darkness’ Hits Blu-ray
Written by Chris Savage, March 28, 2017
We have just received word that Gustav Ljungdahl and Jesper Danielsson’s Root of Darkness has been unleashed onto Blu-ray via SRS Cinema, and the release also features Die Zombiejäger and Dragonetti: The Ruthless Contract Killer on DVD bundled together with the Blu-ray. The set is limited to just 100 copies, so if you’re after something a little

Empire State of the Dead [Review]
Written by Simon Rother, March 27, 2017
Once in a while, in the horror world, you need to watch some small budget movies. They exist for multiple reasons: to debut the careers of directors and actors, to make you realize how great other movies are, but also because sometimes, you just fall on some small gems that you would never have heard

Edward James Olmos Joins ‘Predator’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 26, 2017
Whether or not Shane Black’s upcoming “Predator” film will be good remains to be seen, but there’s one thing we can say for certain right now and it’s that this film has an excellent cast. The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that Edward James Olmos has signed on to be in Shane Black’s “Predator” film.  According

John Carpenter Confirms that Robert Rodriguez is Directing ‘Escape from New York’ Remake
Written by Jason McDonald, March 26, 2017
Alright, there’s no way I can tell you there’s a remake in the works without people flipping out.  So, let’s just give ourselves to the Hollywood creative machine and just let it happen. And, on the positive side, this news actually sounds pretty damn cool. We’ve known for a while now that a remake of

Official NSFW Trailer for ‘Lifeform’
Written by Chris Savage, March 24, 2017
Wow, what the heck just happened? The first trailer for Brian Schiavo’s Lifeform has recently landed and it opened up spectacularly with a pretty grim image and some practical effects, then it kinda went a little south. I was absolutely pumped for this and then the CGI came, and, yeah, it lost me which is a

First Official Trailer for Noomi Rapace’s ‘Rupture’
Written by Chris Savage, March 24, 2017
Way back in July of last year we received some news regarding Noomi Rapace’s latest flick, Rupture, which deals with the fear of spiders and an alien race, naturally. Since then we haven’t really heard much, that is until right now. Below we have the first official trailer which takes us on an intriguing yet bizarre

Netflix Releases the First Teaser for Adam Wingard’s ‘Death Note’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 24, 2017
As a guy who has a casual knowledge of “Death Note” I bring a certain perspective to the teaser down below.  However, I’ve asked around, and the people that I know that like “Death Note” the anime seem to have some pretty strong feelings regarding the trailer. “Death Note” is the new film by Adam

‘Zombieland 2’ Still in Active Development According to Writers
Written by Jason McDonald, March 24, 2017
It’s time for your annual “Zombieland” sequel update.  The last time I remember talking about the often mentioned sequel was around April 2016 when we thought the film was about to go into production that summer.  As you can tell by the lack of any further “Zombieland 2” news, that never came to pass. However,