First Trailer for ‘V/H/S/’ Spin-off ‘Siren’
Written by Jason McDonald, October 28, 2016
There are certain things that seem like excellent concepts when you see them in small little bites.  Sometimes those concepts can be fleshed out into actual full-fledged films.  But sometimes, in doing so, you pull things a little thin. The first trailer for “V/H/S” spin-off “Siren” is here and I’m worried it might fall into

Ice-T Continues the Body Count with ‘Bloodrunners’
Written by Chris Savage, October 27, 2016
Well, this isn’t something you see everyday? Speakeasy Pictures and IMPULSE-FX comes Dan Lantz’ vampire flick Bloodrunners, which stars Ice-T (“Law and Order: SVU”) as a power-hungry vampire, and we have your first look with the official trailer. Take a peek below and let us know what you think? From the Press Release: Speakeasy Pictures and IMPULSE-FX

[Horror Short Review] Cindy Maples’ Out of my Mind
Written by Chris Savage, October 27, 2016
Cindy Maples first caught our eye with her stellar short, Random, and since then we’ve been keeping a close eye on her for her next directorial effort, and again, she has delivered an interesting and engaging tale. The short is titled Out of my Mind, which stars Rusty James, the duo previously collaborated together on Maples’ earlier short,

Joe Forsberg Tackles Bullying with His Film ‘Zero Tolerance’
Written by Chris Savage, October 27, 2016
As you’re very much aware, bullying has become quite an epidemic and I’m sure some if not many of you have experienced some sort of bullying throughout your life, heck I have, and yes, it sucks. But of one the ways to tackle it is to make people more aware that it is still happening

New Official Clip & Fun Illustrated Poster for ‘Train to Busan’
Written by Chris Savage, October 26, 2016
Yeon Sang-ho’s Train to Busan [REVIEW], will be making its way into UK cinemas this Friday, October 28th, and with that date looming just around the corner, we have been provided with a new clip to satisfy that zombie craving, for now. And, as it’s almost Halloween, we’ve also scored a fun, quirky illustrated poster for

Artsploitation Films’ ‘Killbillies’ is Now Available on DVD & VOD
Written by Chris Savage, October 26, 2016
You’ve heard me go on about this one for a while now, so I’ll try to keep it to a minimum, but I love this one. It’s an excellent backwoods story with some terrific acting and delicious practical effects. Okay, done. So, Tomaž Gorkič’s Killbillies (aka: Idyll, Idila) is now available on DVD and various VOD

The ‘Brides of Satan’ Have Arrived to Feast On Your Souls
Written by Chris Savage, October 26, 2016
For those of you who are after a little grindhouse are in luck, as we have received word that Joe Bizarro is working on his feature film Brides of Satan, and we have the early details, posters and even a trailer for the upcoming film. However, the film is currently seeking funds on Indiegogo, so if

Focus Features’ ‘Raw’ Hits Theatres in 2017
Written by Chris Savage, October 25, 2016
Julia Ducournau’s Raw, which has been a festival favorite, picking up numerous awards and pretty much just slaying any event it has screened at, will soon be receiving a theatrical run. We can reveal that Raw will be unleashed in select theatres beginning this March 10, 2017, and we have all the details below. From

The Undead are in Command in Chee Keong Cheung’s ‘Redcon-1’
Written by Chris Savage, October 25, 2016
You want the ultimate killing machine? How about a swarm of zombies that can control their actions and fight back, not just munch on brains? Well, Chee Keong Cheung has completed filming his action/horror zombie flick Redcon-1, and we have the early details along with a behind-the-scenes photo for you to check out below. From the Press Release:

Rob Zombie’s ’31’ Comes Home This December
Written by Chris Savage, October 25, 2016
I’m assuming many of you have had a chance to witness Rob Zombie’s 31? So, how did it go? Like it? hate it? I’ve read a few things and it appears to have split you guys in two, some hate it, and some love it. I’m yet to see this one, but I’m still pretty

Two New Clips from ‘Hell House LLC’
Written by Chris Savage, October 25, 2016
With Terror Films’ Hell House LLC set to his various VOD platforms this November 1st, we’ve been provided with two brand new clips for you to check out below. So, give them a whirl and let us know if you’ll be giving this one a watch or not? From the Press Release: In anticipation of

New Official Teaser Trailer & Killer Artwork for ‘Tarnation’
Written by Chris Savage, October 25, 2016
Yeah, I’m absolutely in awe with this one. Daniel Armstrong has delivered, quite possibly his greatest film yet, although I’m yet to see it, I’m totally sold on this one. If you’re a fan of Evil Dead, I think you will just love his latest flick, Tarnation. And, as Halloween is juts looming around the

[Trailer] First Look at Rene Perez’ ‘Playing with Dolls: Bloodlust’
Written by Chris Savage, October 24, 2016
Rene Perez is returning with a follow-up to his 2015 film, Playing with Dolls, with the sequel Playing with Dolls: Bloodlust, and we’ve scored the official trailer and details pertaining to the release of the film. Did you like the original or are you new to this one? Either way, check out the trailer below and

[Video] If You Thought Your Job Sucked Just Imagine if you Worked with Jigsaw
Written by Jason McDonald, October 24, 2016
Remember a few years ago when a little comedic video called “Living with Jigsaw” was released?  Well, unlike the films the comedy skit was based on, director Chris Capel took his time and waited several years before finally releasing a sequel and it seems to have paid off. The new comedy short “Working with Jigsaw”

[Review] ‘Ouija: Origin of Evil’ is the Rare Case Where the Sequel Outshines the Original
Written by Jason McDonald, October 24, 2016
Ask me anything about 2014’s “Ouija” film and the most I could probably tell you is that it starred the young girl from “Bates Motel.”  And that it was mostly forgettable if not a little dull to watch.  But the film did well at the box office, so it wasn’t too surprising that it got

[Trailer] South Korea’s ‘The Wailing’ Hits the UK This November
Written by Chris Savage, October 21, 2016
You guys know that South Korea have been delivering on the horror front for years now, just look at A Tale of Two Sisters or the epic revenge thriller I Saw the Devil, If you ever need convincing. And now, it appears as if Hong – Jin Na (The Yellow Sea, Chaser) is returning with his latest

Dominic Monaghan Tries to Cage Up his Love in this Trailer for ‘Pet’
Written by Jason McDonald, October 21, 2016
Despite all of the projects that I’ve seen Dominic Monaghan in it’s been hard for me not to see him as a plucky Hobbit or the lovable Charlie from “Lost.”  But I think “Pet” is finally going to drastically change my view of him. In “Pet” Monaghan plays Seth a lonely animal shelter worker who

Mike Dougherty and Zach Shields to Write ‘Godzilla 2’
Written by Jason McDonald, October 21, 2016
I really enjoyed Gareth Edwards’ new take on “Godzilla”, but that film wasn’t without its faults.  In fact, probably the weakest parts of the film were the huge chunks of lifeless human drama that spaced out all the great kaiju action.  Now, I’m not against human drama, but I’d prefer it to be a bit

Uncork’d Entertainment Discovers ‘Beacon Point’
Written by Chris Savage, October 20, 2016
It’s always great to see a film that you’ve been following finally get picked up for distribution, and that’s the case with Eric Blue’s Beacon Point, as they have scored distribution with the fine folks over at Uncork’d Entertainment and we have all the early details below. From the Press Release: Highly-anticipated science-fiction thriller Beacon

New UK Quad Poster, Trailer & Clip for ‘Train to Busan’
Written by Chris Savage, October 20, 2016
Well, what can we say that hasn’t already been said about Yeon Sang-ho’s Train to Busan? I mean, the film has slayed film festivals the world over, and if you need convincing, just check out Simon Rother’s review of the film HERE, he loved it! So, for our friends over in the UK, we have some very