Here’s Our First Look at Arnold Schwarzenegger in ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’
Written by Jason McDonald, April 5, 2019
I have no idea what to think about the new “Terminator” film.  Is there a chance it could possibly be good?  Do I dare have any hopes?  I want to believe, but I’ve been hurt so many times before . . . We still don’t know a whole lot about what “Terminator: Dark Fate” will

Scream Factory Releasing a Collector’s Edition of ‘Silent Hill’
Written by Jason McDonald, April 5, 2019
When you think of films getting a collector’s edition you tend to think of movies that generally might be considered classics or even strong cult followings.  I’m not sure if “Silent Hill” qualifies as one of those, but I’m still intrigued by the idea of a collector’s edition for it. The 2006 film adaptation of

‘I Trapped the Devil’ Trailer Combines the Magic of Satan and Christmas
Written by Jason McDonald, April 4, 2019
While I may not love everything that IFC Films puts out, I have to say that just about everything they do sounds damn interesting.  And their next film has definitely caught my attention. “I Trapped the Devil” comes by way of writer and director Josh Lobo who is marking his feature film debut with this

Adrienne Barbeau,Tobin Bell, and Giancarlo Esposito to Star in Creepshow Adaptation of Stephen King’s ‘Gray Matter’
Written by Jason McDonald, April 4, 2019
Shudder is currently putting together an anthology series based on the classic 1982 horror film “Creepshow” and the cast it just announced is quite the collection of talent. It’s extremely fitting that “Creepshow” will be adapting a Stephen King short for it’s series as the original film was written by Stephen King himself.  Hell, he

An Interview with Composer Jeff Rona About the Music of ‘Resident Evil 2’ and ‘Devil May Cry 5’
Written by Jason McDonald, April 3, 2019
We’re barely four months into this year and we’ve already had a lot of great games come out, but among some of my favorites have been the recent Capcom releases of “Resident Evil 2” and “Devil May Cry 5.” During Wondercon weekend I had the opportunity to speak with composer Jeff Rona who worked on

First Trailer for ‘NOS4A2’ Reveals a World of Child Kidnappings and Vampires
Written by Jason McDonald, April 2, 2019
I never read the original source this new AMC show is based on, but the trailer looks promising and you can’t go wrong with Zachary Quinto.  Over the weekend AMC revealed the first official trailer for their upcoming new show “NOS4A2” and you can check it out down below. In “NOS4A2” a young girl played

Cillian Murphy in Talks to Join ‘A Quiet Place’ Sequel
Written by Jason McDonald, April 2, 2019
I don’t know if Cillian Murphy gets all the credit he deserves, but that guy is a fantastic actor.  I’ve never watched him in a movie and thought he was just set dressing.  No matter how small his role, he also has a great presence wherever he pops up.  So I’m definitely excited to hear

Official Trailer & Poster for ‘The Dead Don’t Die’
Written by Chris Savage, April 1, 2019
It was announced a little while back that Bill Murray was set to star in another zombie movie by way of Jim Jarmusch’s The Dead Don’t Die, and I’m sure many of you have been chomping at the bit to get a glimpse of what’s to come. So, we are very pleased to be able to

‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’ Releases a New Teaser Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, April 1, 2019
Remember when we got those 30 second Super Bowl spots for “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark?”  While it was great to get a taste of the film, it was so frustrating to see such a tiny snippet.  Thankfully CBS Films has finally released a proper teaser trailer and I am completely satisfied. “Scary

Cosplay Pictures from Wondercon 2019
Written by Jason McDonald, April 1, 2019
We’re on the road to Comic Con and the first big stop is now in our rearview mirror.  Wondercon 2019 has come and gone and we got some interesting horror related announcements out of it. And along the way I managed to snag a few pictures.  Cosplay is, of course, a big component of these kind

‘Annabelle Comes Home’ in New Trailer and I Definitely Did Not Clean House
Written by Jason McDonald, March 31, 2019
There have only been two “Annabelle” films thus far and even though we only have a small sample size, I’m willing to say that the franchise is on an upswing right now.  The first “Annabelle” left a lot to be desired, but “Annabelle: Creation” was a pretty fine film.  Will the next “Annabelle” movie manage

Meet the New Voice of Chucky – Mark Hamill to Voice Chucky in ‘Child’s Play’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 31, 2019
There have been a couple of surprises coming out of Wondercon this weekend, but probably the biggest one was the reveal of who would be voicing Chucky in the new Child’s Play movie. While we’ve been seeing a lot of teases for the upcoming reboot of the classic horror franchise, there haven’t been a whole

The ‘Alien’ 40th Anniversary Shorts Will Be a Treat for Fans
Written by Jason McDonald, March 29, 2019
This year 20th Century Fox is doing it’s due diligence to celebrate the 40th anniversary of one of the most iconic sci-fi horror films of all time: “Alien.”  And while some of the stuff they’ve tried to push (*cough*”Alien: Isolation”*cough*) has left me feeling lukewarm, their latest endeavor may have finally done right by the

‘The Mummy Reborn’ Arrives This April
Written by Chris Savage, March 27, 2019
The Mummy films have had a bit of rocky ride with some ranging from awesome to many that miss the mark, so will Dan Allen’s The Mummy Reborn fair any better? Head on down below for the official trailer, artwork and release details for the film which arrives this April via High Octane Pictures. From the

Lin Shaye’s ‘Room for Rent’ Opens This May
Written by Chris Savage, March 27, 2019
When I ever I read the words Lin Shaye, my heart just warms. She’s just a beautiful, wonderful woman and an outstanding actress, so when we heard of her latest offering we couldn’t pass i up. So, below we have the official details for Shaye’s latest movie, Room for Rent from director Tommy Stovall, which

First Look at The ‘Zombie’ in ‘The Horrific Evil Monsters’
Written by Chris Savage, March 27, 2019
Adam R Steigert is gearing up for what looks to be his most ambitious project to date with his superhero/horror flick T.H.E.M. (The Horrific Evil Monsters), and with things beginning to take shape, we are pleased to be able to share with you your first look at the film with Kaylee Williams as The Zombie.

‘The Man With the Magic Box’ Bends Time This April
Written by Chris Savage, March 24, 2019
The folks over at Artsploitation Films are absolutely on the pulse when it comes to awesome foreign genre flicks, so it should come as no surprise that they are set to unleash what looks to be another epic tale in the form of Bodo Cox’s Polish sci-fi/thriller The Man With the Magic Box (Czlowiek z magicznym pudelkiem). Below

New Jersey High School Turns ‘Alien’ into a Glorious Stage Production
Written by Chris Savage, March 24, 2019
You’ve probably heard of this as it has just exploded over social media, and for good reason, too. A drama club in North Bergen High School in New Jersey have put together a stage play of Ridley Scott’s iconic 1979 movie Alien, which they’ve aptly titled Alien: The Play, and it looks absolutely gorgeous. The

Argentinian Horror Anthology ‘Terror 5’ Arrives This April
Written by Chris Savage, March 23, 2019
We’ve received word of a highly intriguing anthology flick from Argentina titled Terror 5 from first-time directors Sebastian and Federico Rotstein, and we’re pretty stoked for this one. Below we have the official trailer, artwork and details pertaining to the home video release via Artsploitation Films below. Take a gander and let us know if

[Review] ‘Us’ A Movie Too Funny for its Own Good
Written by Jason McDonald, March 23, 2019
Coming off of “Get Out” Jordan Peele had a lot to live up too.  It was the rare horror movie that got a lot of critical praise and did exceedingly well at the box office.  It also won him Oscar gold. How could he possibly live up to expectations for his next film?  Does “Us” manage