The Latest Horror News

The Conjuring 2 Goes into Pre-Production
Written by Jason McDonald, July 30, 2015
If 2013’s surprise hit “The Conjuring” left you wanting even more tales from the vault of Ed and Lorraine Warren, then there’s some good news for you.  We’ve known that a sequel to “The Conjuring” was coming and that it’s set to release in 2016, but we haven’t seen too much of the project…  yet.

The Dark Below Review
Written by Simon Rother, July 30, 2015
When Douglas Schulze, director of “The Dark Below”, stated to “be ready for something different” prior to the world premiere screening of his movie at Fantasia International Film Festival, the microphone must have been faulty and we probably didn’t hear the end of his sentence, which was probably: “… from a good movie.” Following his

Cop Car Film Review, Starring Kevin Bacon
Written by Simon Rother, July 30, 2015
What happens when two boys find a seemingly abandoned cop car and decide to take it for a ride? A dubious sheriff, played by the always-excellent Kevin Bacon, wants his ride back. That’s what happens. “Cop Car” made its Canadian premiere at Fantasia International Film Festival, in presence of director Jon Watts (Director of “Clown”)

Shrews Nest Movie Review
Written by Simon Rother, July 30, 2015
If you enjoyed Stephen King’s “Misery”, then the horror-thriller straight out of Spain, “Shrew’s Nest”, making its Quebec premiere at Fantasia International Film Festival, will be the right movie for you. The concept of a person in distress being aided by a cooped up, “slightly” deranged individual is at hand, but with some major backstory.

Cub Horror Film Review
Written by Simon Rother, July 30, 2015
Many boys have often been part of scouts during their youth, but have they ever experienced a camping trip in the woods that involved a mythical werewolf-boy that prowled the forest? We discover what it’s like in the Belgian “Cub” which made its Quebec premiere at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival. Sam, despite his very

10 Most Disturbing Horror Movies Of All Time
Written by Cole, July 30, 2015
Admit it.  You love it when you watch a film that sits with you for hours, even days after.  Your stomach twists and turns, you cover your eyes but peek through your hands because you can’t miss a minute.  You get that strange internal shudder that goes down your spine all the way to your

10 Greatest Horror Movie Deaths by Gardening Tools
Written by Carrion, July 30, 2015
I was recently watching – for the millionth time – The Return of the Living Dead. For me, it’s a classic as I saw it for the first time when I was about 12, so it’s been burned into my psyche forever.  Some would say traumatized.  Whatever, I love this movie.  My favorite scene is

‘Lavalantula’ Sequel ‘Lava 2 Lantula’ In the Works
Written by Jason McDonald, July 29, 2015
If you’re going to get crazy dumb, you might as well go all in. No point in dipping your toe into the pool of dumb things, you might as well just make a big splash.  And that seems to be an idea that SyFy is taking to heart with its latest announcement. The SyFy network

Amazing Freddy Krueger Makeup Video
Written by Herner Klenthur, July 29, 2015
I lack the skill to do makeup but perhaps even I can do this super simple tutorial. This tutorial requires no latex and uses standard off the shelf makeup but to look at it you would never know. MadeyeLook the creator writes; There are a lot of liquid latex, and other sticky tutorials out there

Slumlord Movie Review
Written by Simon Rother, July 29, 2015
Silence can create extremely awkward moments. A creepy, elderly man combined with this silence makes it worse. A creepy, elderly man, almost constantly quiet with a crazed look in his eyes, spying on you through hidden cameras in your own home? You make up your own answer for that one. Victor Zarcoff’s “Slumlord” made its

Full Details for the Home Video Release of Tremors 5: Bloodlines
Written by Chris Savage, July 29, 2015
Just yesterday we finally gave you guys the first teaser trailer and the official release date of the film, which I know a few of you were anxious for. So today, we have scored all the details you need in regards to the home video release of the film which includes a selection of added

Will You Spread The Fear With This Sinister II App?
Written by Chris Savage, July 29, 2015
I absolutely loved Sinister, as I’m sure a few of you did too, so how about that sequel, eh? You stoked? Ready to get your scare on? Well, we have something to help spread the fear among your friends and family in the form of an app where you can upload a video and Bughuul

‘Nosferatu’ Remake in the Works from Studio 8
Written by Jason McDonald, July 29, 2015
With vampires having a big upswing in popularity over the last few years it’s amazing that someone didn’t attempt to remake “Nosferatu” sooner.  But now the wheels are in motion and Nosferatu, possibly the scariest vampire I’ve ever seen, is coming back to the big screen. Deadline has learned exclusively that Studio 8 is pursuing

Gil Kenan to Direct ‘Five Nights at Freddy’s’ Movie
Written by Jason McDonald, July 29, 2015
Earlier this year Warner Bros announced that they had acquired the rights to make a movie based on the horror video game sensation “Five Nights at Freddy’s.”  Up until now the project had been quietly lingering in the shadows, just waiting to pounce on an unsuspecting media, but now Warner Bros is waiting to move

[Trailer] From Parts Unknown: Fight Like A Girl Finally Hits DVD & VOD
Written by Chris Savage, July 28, 2015
It has been a long time coming. We thought that Daniel Armstrong’s female wrestling, exploitation flick, From Parts Unknown: Fight Like A Girl would never see the light of day, but after nine long years the film is finally being released, but for now it’s only being released in Australia. However, a release in the UK and

First Trailer for Tremors 5: Bloodlines Has Arrived!
Written by Chris Savage, July 28, 2015
Finally. Finally, my friends. The trailer for Tremors 5: Bloodlines is here and we have that sucker for your viewing pleasure below. Not only that, but we finally have a release date locked in. You guys can witness the film on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD this October 6th. The film stars Jamie Kennedy, Pearl Thusi, Brandon Auret, Ian

Horror Nerdgasm: ARCHIE vs Sharknado
Written by Herner Klenthur, July 28, 2015
You might think I made this up but no friends this slice of heaven is all truth and you can buy yourself a copy for the low low impossible resist price of $4.99.  It’s that time of year in Riverdale! The end of the school year. Time for beaches, barbecues, fun in the sun and…

The Hallow Movie Review
Written by Simon Rother, July 28, 2015
For things that go bump, and many other sound effects, in the night, Ireland has come up with “The Hallow”, making its Canadian premiere at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival. A small family, a couple and their baby, move into a rural part of Ireland. Hailing from England, they are not much appreciated by the

New Trailer & Extras Revealed for Scream Factory’s Release of The Editor
Written by Chris Savage, July 27, 2015
I’m sure you guys love Astron-6 just as much as I do. I swear they can do no wrong, what ever they seem to put out just seems to be freakin’ awesome, and their latest flick The Editor, looks to be no different. So, speaking of which, the folks over at Scream Factory will be

First Trailer & Poster for Queen of Earth
Written by Chris Savage, July 27, 2015
I hate to judge a film based upon its trailer, sometimes it can be off putting and perhaps you will pass on something truly awesome. But, I have to say that the trailer (see below) for Alex Ross Perry’s Queen of Earth looks hauntingly beautiful, everything from the camera shots to the acting, Queen of Earth could