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‘Gremlins 3’ Update: Chris Columbus Aggressively Working on a Sequel
Written by Chris Savage, December 28, 2016
Gremlins 3, that old chestnut. We’ve had various news of a third installment for years, we’ve heard that it’s going to be a remake, then a reboot and of course a sequel. But which way will they actually go? While nothing has been confirmed or officially announced, Zach Galligan recently spoke with the guys over

Official Red Band Trailer for ‘Alien: Covenant’
Written by Chris Savage, December 25, 2016
Right now I should be gathering with the family, but that will just have to wait for the moment as the official red band trailer for Ripley Scott’s Alien: Covenant has arrived and it looks outstanding! Pretty cool Christmas gift, right? Check it out below and let us know what you think of this one

9 Awesome Christmas Themed Short Horror Films You Must See!
Written by Chris Savage, December 22, 2016
**[UPDATE]** As more and more Christmas themed shorts are created, I’ll be growing this list with the best that I can find, so enjoy and check out the festive mayhem below! I’m pretty sure you guys have seen every single Christmas-themed horror movie known to man, and let’s be honest, you can only watch the same

‘I Am Not A Serial Killer’ Hits Blu-ray, DVD & Digital HD in the UK This February
Written by Chris Savage, December 22, 2016
Billy O’Brien’s I Am Not A Serial Killer [REVIEW] is one film we’re constantly hearing great things about, so if you guys have had a chance to watch this one, let us know what you thought. So, my UK friends, the film is scheduled to hit Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD in the UK this

Eve of the Nutcracker [Horror Short]
Written by Chris Savage, December 21, 2016
Being that Christmas is almost upon us, I think it’s time we get into the festive spirit, but I think we could use a little help, you know, to gets things really sinister. Thankfully our good friend Kyle Martellacci is treating us with a little festive terror. Below, for your viewing enjoyment, we have his latest

Has TNT Cancelled Their Planned ‘Tales From the Crypt’ Reboot?
Written by Chris Savage, December 21, 2016
Earlier in the year there was a buzz, a buzz regarding the rebirth or should I say a reboot of Tales From the Crypt. Of course there were skeptics about bringing back the show and of course the unfortunate events regarding the rights to the original Crypt Keeper, but I think most of us were

First Official Look at Katherine Waterston from ‘Alien: Covenant’
Written by Chris Savage, December 21, 2016
We recently unveiled the official teaser poster for Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant and since then, we’ve been absolutely stoked! So, courtesy of Entertainment Weekly, they’ve scored our first look at Katherine Waterston and she certainly looks familiar, go check it out below and let us know what you think? The film also stars Michael Fassbender, Billy Crudup,

‘The Snare’ Haunts Theatres This January
Written by Chris Savage, December 20, 2016
We have just received word that the folks over at Uncork’d Entertainment will be unleashing C.A Cooper’s unnerving British horror-thriller The Snare in theatres and On Demand beginning this January 6, 2017. Below you will find the official trailer and poster to feast your eyes upon. Check them out and let us know if you’ll be keeping

[Trailer] Mister Returns for ‘Stake Land 2: The Stakelander’
Written by Jason McDonald, December 20, 2016
Fans of the first “Stake Land” have been waiting since 2010 for the return of Mister and his vampire slaying antics.  This year they finally got their wish when “Stake Land 2: The Stakelander” premiered on the SyFy Channel.  But for those of you looking for a more uncut experience, you won’t have long to

[Trailer] Murder Goes Prenatal in ‘Prevenge’
Written by Jason McDonald, December 20, 2016
Pregnancy can be a traumatizing and exhausting experience when you’re carrying an average everyday baby, but what if your baby was also telling you to kill people? ‘Prevenge’ is a new horror comedy from “Sightseers” co-writer and star Alice Lowe.  Lowe is not only making her feature length directorial debut here, but she is also

Official Teaser Trailer for ‘Blade Runner 2049’
Written by Chris Savage, December 19, 2016
And just like that, Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner 2049 has us stoked! There hasn’t been much revealed regarding the film and even the newly released synopsis (see below) doesn’t really help matters, but, it doesn’t matter, we’re totally on-board. So, the official teaser trailer has landed and it looks stunning and you guys can take

Bill Oberst Jr. to Star in ‘Darkest Night’
Written by Chris Savage, December 19, 2016
One of the best actors we have had the privilege of watching is the one and only Bill Oberst Jr., he is not only a complete and utter workhorse, but also one of the most kind, gracious and truly honest actors we have seen. So, any time we get word of a new film with

The Autopsy of Jane Doe [Review]
Written by Simon Rother, December 17, 2016
Just like John Smith, Jane Doe is the generic name for an unknown female or when giving an example of an individual. Jane Doe finally reveals her cold, lifeless visage in “The Autopsy of Jane Doe”, and it was well worth the wait. Tommy Tilden (the excellent Brian Cox; “The Ring”, “Troy”, “Braveheart”) and his

‘The Love Witch’ Hits UK Cinemas & More This March
Written by Chris Savage, December 16, 2016
With Anna Biller’s The Love Witch hitting the festival circuit in the States, us lucky folks in the UK will soon be able to witness the film in cinemas and on VOD and On Demand, as we have just learned that Icon Film Distribution in partnership FrightFest Presents will be releasing the film beginning this March 10,

Hong – Jin Na’s ‘The Wailing’ Hits UK DVD This January
Written by Chris Savage, December 16, 2016
Hong – Jin Na’s (The Yellow Sea, Chaser) The Wailing has been on our radar for quite some time now, and perhaps some of you in the UK have had a chance to witness this one when it hit limited cinemas and On Demand this past November 25th? If not, no need to fret as

[Horror Short Review] Agatha
Written by Chris Savage, December 16, 2016
We’ve seen our fair share of shorts around these parts, and we’re always on the look-out for more. Some hit the brief and others fall flat, and then there are some that leave you so intrigued that you just crave more and more, such is the case with Timothy Vandenberg’s latest short Agatha. The film comes in at

The Final Trailer for ‘The Bye Bye Man’ Has Arrived
Written by Chris Savage, December 16, 2016
Stacy Title’s The Bye Bye Man, was originally scheduled to hit theatres this December 9th, but instead it was pushed back for a release in January, Friday the 13th to be exact. So while we may have to wait a little longer, the powers that be have unleashed one final trailer to give you guys

‘We Are the Flesh’ Finally Hits the US This January
Written by Chris Savage, December 15, 2016
Emiliano Rocha Minter’s We Are The Flesh (Tenemos la Carne) is one film we have been closely following. It looks utterly twisted, and we can’t wait to feast our eyes upon this sucker. So, while some of you may have caught this one on the festival circuit, we can now announce that the film will

Full Details for Scream Factory’s ‘Poltergeist II’ & ‘Poltergeist III’ Blu-rays
Written by Chris Savage, December 15, 2016
At the beginning of October we learned that the folks over at Scream Factory will be unleashing Poltergeist II: The Other Side and Poltergeist III onto Blu-ray as special Collector’s Editions, but at that time, there was no word of special features. Today, however, they have come in and you guys can feast on the bounty of

Hellbilly (2003) [Review]
Written by Chris Savage, December 14, 2016
I’ve been on a slasher-fest as of late and in doing so I’ve been on the look out for some more obscure, lesser known flicks. In doing so, veteran director Massimiliano Cerchi gave me the opportunity to watch his lost horror film Hellbilly, a film which is now available on various VOD platforms including Amazon Instant.