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‘Pumpkinhead’ to Receive the Reboot Treatment in 2017
Written by Chris Savage, August 2, 2016
Pumpkinhead is a film we truly love around these parts, it was the directorial debut of late makeup effects legend Stan Winston, and he gave us a truly stellar monster in the film. Since the release we have seen a slew of sequels, a few mainly from Syfy, but the franchise soon came to a halt in 2007.

Viral Review
Written by Jason McDonald, August 2, 2016
Directors Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman have had an interesting roller coaster career thus far.  Their first major success, “Catfish”, was a weirdly intense entry that put them on the map.  Then they followed it up with perhaps the best “Paranormal Activity” film, number 3, and then the worst, number 4.  But then their most recent

Stephen King’s ‘It’ Finally Floats to Blu-ray
Written by Chris Savage, August 2, 2016
While I’m not much of a collector of Blu-ray, there are a few films that has me scratching my head as to why they haven’t had the Blu-ray treatment yet, and one of them is Tommy Lee Wallace’s 2-part TV miniseries adaptation of Stephen King’s It. But, it appears as if the film is finally making

‘An American Werewolf in London’ is Restored for a New Blu-ray Release
Written by Chris Savage, August 2, 2016
John Landis’ An American Werewolf in London is quite possibly my favorite werewolf film, I just can’t get enough of it and I’m sure there are many of you too. So, to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the film, Universal are set to release the film on Blu-ray, which features a restored version of the

Scream Factory Unleashes David Cronenberg’s ‘Rabid’ onto Blu-ray This November
Written by Chris Savage, August 1, 2016
Oh yes! We’re so freakin rabid for, well, David Cronenberg’s Rabid! We love this flick and we’re sure you do too, so you’ll be very pleased to know that the folks over at Scream Factory have announced that they will be unleashing the film on a special Collector’s Edition Blu-ray this November 22nd. The Blu-ray

‘The Ninth Passenger’ Begins Filming in Vancouver
Written by Chris Savage, August 1, 2016
We have just received word that Ian Plaff is making his feature-length directorial debut with The Ninth Passenger from 308 Enterprises, and the film is currently filming in Vancouver. Make your way below for an early look at the film and let us know if this is something you’ll be keeping an eye out for or

Too Young to Die Review
Written by Simon Rother, August 1, 2016
It had been a long time that I hadn’t gone through a range of emotions and had so much fun while watching a movie. I got to fulfill such an exciting experience while viewing “Too Young To Die!” straight out of Japan, which made its Canadian premiere at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival. Daisuke has

Review: Kevin Smith’s Yoga Hosers
Written by Simon Rother, August 1, 2016
Kevin Smith’s directing work is adored by some; disliked by others. His newest film, “Yoga Hosers,” made its Canadian premiere at Montreal’s Fantasia Film Festival, and even though Kevin Smith was there in person and went on for about an hour before the screening of his movie in a very entertaining monologue, I was disappointed

Official Trailer & More for ‘The Amityville Terror’
Written by Chris Savage, August 1, 2016
While we continue to wait for Dimension Films’ Amityville: The Awakening, which is scheduled to be released this January 6, 2017, a new Amityville film has made its way out of the gate and it’s titled The Amityville Terror from director Michael Angelo. Below we have scored the final trailer, artwork and details for the

New Official Poster from ‘The Exorcist’
Written by Chris Savage, July 30, 2016
The upcoming TV adaptation of William Peter Blatty’s The Exorcist is something that has us highly intrigued, although a little skeptical. But, considering TV as of late, we have seen some pretty gruesome things, especially compared to just 10 years ago, so there is hope that they will deliver. So, to get you in the mindset,

New Official Clip from the ‘Bed of the Dead’
Written by Chris Savage, July 29, 2016
Jeff Maher’s latest film Bed of the Dead, is something we truly can’t wait to witness and maybe we won’t have very long to wait until we do. According to our friends over at Dread Central, Bed of the Dead has been acquired by United Front Entertainment and Black Fawn Distribution for a Canadian release on

‘Phantasm: Ravager’ and ‘Phantasm: Remastered’ Hit Theatres This Fall
Written by Chris Savage, July 28, 2016
Oh, what a joyous day! Earlier we learned that the third installment of Black Mirror is hitting us earlier with a release date in October and now, the news pretty much everyone has been waiting for, Phantasm: Ravager has a release date! According to the folks over at Entertainment Weekly, it’s actually a Phantasm double-bill

‘Chopping Block’ Hits DVD and Blu-ray This August
Written by Chris Savage, July 28, 2016
Joshua Hull’s Chopping Block has been receiving a ton of praise, and our very own Shaun Huhn loved it, giving it a 4/5 [REVIEW], and now you guys can witness the film as it is making its way to Blu-ray and DVD as well as Vimeo. Check out all the details and trailer below. From the Press Release:

The Third Installment of ‘Black Mirror’ Premieres This October
Written by Chris Savage, July 28, 2016
Is October shaping up to be freakin’ awesome or what!? It’s just getting better and better due to the reveal that the third installment in Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror is set to premiere globally this October 21st on Netflix. Thanks to the folks over at Deadline, we have a little rundown of the latest season. San

The ‘Wolf Creek’ Series Hits the States This October
Written by Chris Savage, July 28, 2016
For those of you who have been chomping at the bit to watch the Wolf Creek series are in luck and it doesn’t involve moving all the way to Australia! The series is set to make its premiere in the U.S. this October 14th on Pop. Check out all the details and trailer below. From

James McAvoy Looks Incredible in this Trailer for M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Split’
Written by Jason McDonald, July 28, 2016
I think the last time I was excited, or at the very least anticipating, a M. Night Shyamalan was probably “The Village.” After that things sort of went downhill from there.  However, the trailer for “Split” has really grabbed my interest. In traditional M. Night Shyamalan fashion not a whole lot is known about “Split”

A Sequel to ‘Lights Out’ Is In the Works
Written by Jason McDonald, July 28, 2016
Surprise, surprise.  Another micro-budget horror film has performed admirably at the box office and is now getting a sequel.  It’s a tale as old as time at this point. Variety is reporting that horror flick “Lights Out” is getting a sequel.  As the site points out the film has already made over $25 million and

Freddy, Jason, and Leatherface are Coming to Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood
Written by Jason McDonald, July 28, 2016
We’re getting the band back together! It looks like all of our horror favorites are joining forces to put on a hellacious show this Halloween season.  Universal Studios Hollywood has announced that Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, and Leatherface will all have mazes for this year’s Halloween Horror Nights event in Hollywood, Ca. It was just

‘The Conjuring 2’ Possesses Home Video This September
Written by Chris Savage, July 27, 2016
What better way to celebrate the Halloween season than with some scares from James Wan? His latest horror feature has been scheduled for release on Blu-ray and DVD this September 13th, while digital platforms will get the film on August 30th. Head on down below for all the details and let us know if you’ll be adding

Take a Look at the New Pinhead and The Auditor from ‘Hellraiser: Judgment’
Written by Chris Savage, July 27, 2016
Now I know I’m going to get a lot of flak, but I always thought that Hellraiser: Revelations was the best of the worst, it tried to go back to its humble beginnings but considering it was shot in two-weeks on a shoe-string budget, and of course the absence of Doug Bradley didn’t help, but they