Zorro is Getting a Post-Apocalyptic Reboot
Written by Jason McDonald, August 19, 2015
I don’t know if this movie will be relevant to our interests, but just in case it is, we might as well start talking about it now. According to The Hollywood Reporter iconic character “Zorro” could be riding again, but in a dramatically different setting.  Zorro, who was most recently portrayed by Antonio Banderas in

Cassandra Peterson is Working on an Animated Elvira Series
Written by Jason McDonald, August 18, 2015
Cassandra Peterson, otherwise known as the hostess with the mostess Elvira, has a lot on her plate.  Along with attending conventions all over the country the iconic horror hostess is working on an autobiography and will be making an appearance at this years Knott’s Scary Farm.  And now she might be appearing on television in

[Video] Mortal Kombat Fatalities in Real Life
Written by Jason McDonald, August 18, 2015
Don’t worry, no one actually had their spine removed in the video below. And no one really ripped open a person’s skull with their bare hands.  However, these are things that do happen quite frequently in the world of Mortal Kombat so the guys behind RackaRacka decided to bring those kills to life in a

First Official Poster for The Asylum’s Martian Land
Written by Chris Savage, August 18, 2015
First off, this poster for Scott Wheeler’s Martian Land, from The Asylum, looks freakin’ cool! I urge you to check it out below, but then comes the synopsis which quickly extinguishes my excitement, but who knows, maybe this one will be firing on all cylinders? The film stars Alan Pietruszewski (ZERO DARK THIRTY), Lane Townsend (AGE OF TOMORROW), Jennifer

New Official Clip from Dead Rising: Watchtower
Written by Chris Savage, August 18, 2015
Have any of you had a chance to check out Zach Lipovsky’s Dead Rising: Watchtower, now that it is currently streaming in the States and the UK? If you haven’t, well, we have a nice little clip for you to check out below, so head on down and give it a whirl. The film stars Jesse

First Official Trailer for Victor Frankenstein
Written by Chris Savage, August 18, 2015
Well, here we go, guys and gals. The first official trailer has landed for Paul McGuigan’s Victor Frankenstein, and we have it below along with the International trailer, because we’re nice like that. Check them out and let us know what you make of this one so far? The film was penned by Max Landis and

‘Until Dawn’ Unleashes a Live Action Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, August 18, 2015
Playstation 4 horror game “Until Dawn” is just a little over a week away from release, so you can expect the trailers to be coming as fast as they can make them.  However, Sony has embraced the horror roots of their upcoming game and made a new live action trailer. In “Until Dawn” a group

Cary Fukunaga Talks About Leaving the ‘It’ Remake
Written by Jason McDonald, August 18, 2015
Back in May we learned that “True Detective” director Cary Fukunaga had unceremoniously left the “It” remake project. It was a surprising move as Fukunaga had seemed passionate about the project and had invested a great deal of time into trying to bring it to life.  Early reports suggested that the departure was the result

Two New TV Spots from Sinister 2
Written by Chris Savage, August 18, 2015
Are you guys after a little more footage from Sinister 2? If so, head on down below as we have scored yet another two TV spots from the upcoming film, which hits theatres this Friday, August 21st. Let us know if you’ll be checking this one out or not? Synopsis: The sequel to the 2012 sleeper

Charlize Theron’s Dark Places Hits Blu-ray & DVD This October
Written by Chris Savage, August 18, 2015
Did you guys get a chance to witness Charlize Theron’s latest flick Dark Places? If not, we have you covered as we have just received word that Lionsgate Home Entertainment will be unleashing the film onto Blu-ray and DVD this October 6, 2015. From the Press Release: Academy Award® winner Charlize Theron (Best Actress, Monster, 2003)

A Sequel to ‘What We Do in the Shadows’ is in the Works
Written by Jason McDonald, August 18, 2015
Unfortunately it took me a while to finally see “What We Do in the Shadows”, but when I did it turned out to be one of my favorite horror comedies in recent memory.  If you haven’t seen it yet, I highly recommend it.  The film leans heavily into the comedy with some very light horror

Scooby-Doo is Returning to the Big Screen with a New Animated Movie
Written by Jason McDonald, August 17, 2015
For those of you with horror younguns or who are young at heart you might be interested in knowing that an old favorite is returning to the big screen with a new animated movie. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Warner Bros. is bringing Scooby-Doo and the gang back to the big screen with a

‘The Purge’ Comes to Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights
Written by Jason McDonald, August 17, 2015
Universal Studios Hollywood’s Halloween Horror Nights is nearly upon us and that means it’s time to purge once again.  Today the theme park announced that “The Purge” would be returning to the park for an all new horror experience. Beginning Friday, September 18, the annual Purge will commence at “Halloween Horror Nights” at Universal Studios

First Details for Scott Schirmer’s Evil Clown Movie ‘The Bad Man’
Written by Chris Savage, August 17, 2015
For me, personally, Scott Schirmer has already proved his worth as a director that we should really be keeping our eyes upon thanks to his previous flick Found. It was an awesome movie in my opinion and I’ve just been waiting ever so patiently to see what he will be directing next. As it turns out,

Mike Flanagan to Direct ‘Ouija 2′
Written by Jason McDonald, August 17, 2015
Director Mike Flanagan is making some interesting moves as he continues to climb up the horror ladder.  The director who broke out onto the scene with his 2011 film “Absentia” has lined up a sequel for his next project. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Flanagan will be writing and directing the upcoming sequel to

You Voted: 20 Worst Horror Movies, 1st Edition
Written by Herner Klenthur, August 15, 2015
You voted is a regular series where we poll our readers to decide the pulse of the horror movie genre. We never completely agree with the answers but there is no denying that when the fans speak you can’t easily dismiss it. The latest question we tossed at our hungry audience was what are the

Dark Was the Night Finds a Home on DVD
Written by Chris Savage, August 15, 2015
We’ve been following Jack Heller’s Dark Was the Night for quite some time now, but finally we have some release details for you as the folks over at RLJ Entertainment have announced that they will be unleashing the film onto DVD this September 1st. From the Press Release: RLJ Entertainment brings you Dark Was the Night.

Exclusive: Bianca Allaine Talks Zombinatrix & More
Written by Chris Savage, August 15, 2015
Earlier this month we received word in regards to Michael Kyne and Bianca Allaine’s first feature project Zombinatrix, a film that simply screams awesome, straight from the title. So, I just had to learn more, and graciously Bianca agreed to answer a few questions about the film which you can view below. If you’re a fan of

New Official Poster & Trailer for Lucio A. Rojas’ Sendero
Written by Chris Savage, August 15, 2015
Have you guys ever ventured down the wrong path? I did once, and let me tell you it was not pretty, you should have seen how dirty that path was! But in all seriousness, we have scored a brand new trailer that takes us down a very dangerous path in Lucio A. Rojas’ Sendero (Path). The

The Taking Movie Review
Written by Simon Rother, August 14, 2015
When you have no expectations going into a movie, especially an independent, small film, you may sometimes be pleasantly surprised. I certainly was when “The Taking”, straight out of the UK, made its International premiere at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival. Bex and Dawn work in a small café within a big, indoor market. They