[Trailer] Terror Crawls Fast in Bugs 3D
Written by Chris Savage, November 6, 2014
You guys are gonna need a bigger can of bug spray if you wish to contend with these “little” critters, failing that, napalm should do the trick, lots and lots I must add. Or, you can simply relax in the comfort of your home and check out the first official trailer for Vash Yan’s Bugs 3D,

Evil Lurks in The Woman in Black: Angel of Death Poster
Written by Chris Savage, November 5, 2014
What with the year nearly drawing to an end, we now take a look at the films being released in the new year and one of them just so happens to be The Woman in Black: Angel of Death, and we have a brand new poster for you guys to check out below. Let us

New Official Quad Poster for The Woman in Black: Angel of Death
Written by Chris Savage, November 5, 2014
Did you guys get your candy fix last night while out Trick or Treating? No? Damn! Hard times, man. In any case, we have a new quad poster for The Woman in Black: Angel of Death for you as a little post Halloween treat, check it out below. The film is directed by Tom Harper

New Official Jessabelle Clip Inside
Written by Chris Savage, November 5, 2014
Have you guys been following Jessabelle? If not, I recommend that you start adding this one to your list of films as this sucker looks as if it could deliver. But, I guess we will just have to wait and see. In the meantime, make your way below and check out the brand new clip

[Trailer] Poker Night Hits VOD This December
Written by Chris Savage, November 5, 2014
Well this one just crept outta nowhere! From XLrator Media comes their latest flick Poker Night, which follows a masked serial killer, not only that, but the cast is top notch and you guys can witness this one on VOD and iTunes this December 5th. Synopsis: In this twisted thriller a young detective is caught

TV Series Based on Phantom of the Opera Heads to NBC
Written by Jason McDonald, November 5, 2014
NBC is continuing to roll the dice on the horror genre and, even if they aren’t all successes, I applaud their efforts.  So far they’ve produced shows like “Hannibal”, “Grimm”, and “Constantine” which have all been enjoyable in different ways.  Then there was that “Dracula” show, but I never watched it, so maybe it was okay?

Universal Sets Another Date for Classic Monster Movie Revival
Written by Jason McDonald, November 5, 2014
Universal’s plans to revive their roster of classic movie monsters was first announced several months ago and now we’re starting to see those cogs slowly spin into motion.  There was some speculation that “Dracula Untold” could be the first movie in the new expanded universe that Universal is trying to create with their monsters, but

Australian Film Wyrmwood Is “Mad Max” Meets “Dawn of the Dead”
Written by Stephanie Joyce, November 5, 2014
Making its way from Fantastic Fest to the American Film Market this coming week is Australian zombie film Wyrmwood. Already hailed as “a fearlessly fun and bloody B-movie that mixes up sci-fi-style action with zombie mayhem” comes an enjoyable and a smart bit of midnight movie fun. We’re crossing our fingers that this title will

The Walking Dead’s Actors Talk About Life Before and After “The Prison”
Written by Stephanie Joyce, November 4, 2014
We got the chance to catch up with some of the actors from AMC’s The Walking Dead at Arizona’s FearCon to get their take on what it was like to work on one of the most popular television shows ever. You may have remembered these two from season 3 as Theodus Crane played “Big Tiny”

No Bananas For You, 5 Bad Monkey Horror Films
Written by The_Wolfman, November 4, 2014
With apologies to a certain Simian Forum member, I now present the latest in my bad animal film series and it’s 5 Bad Monkeys in horror Films. I am only including the real animal not the old films where the creature was a man in a gorilla suit or in monkey make up ( i.e the planet

The Many Masks Of Edgar Sam
Written by Shaun Huhn, November 4, 2014
Hello World, I wrote a children’s book titled The Many Masks Of Edgar Sam. Why would I write about it on a distinguished horror site? That’s a fair question. The simple answer is, I illustrated it with horror fans in mind. Each page pays homage to classic horror films, while not being too overt. You

First Image of Kurt Russell in Bone Tomahawk
Written by Jason McDonald, November 4, 2014
I know for a lot of people Kurt Russell got his Certified Badass credentials from films like “Escape From New York” or “Big Trouble in Little China”, but my awakening to Kurt Russell’s coolness came when I went to see “Tombstone” in theaters.  This was the first “R” rated film I had seen in theaters

First Official ‘Starry Eyes’ Trailer Inside
Written by Chris Savage, November 3, 2014
After all the photos and posters that have been unleashed for Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kolsch’s Starry Eyes, finally comes the official trailer and it looks just as awesome as was promised. So, make your way below and get your first taste of Starry Eyes, and let us know if you’ll be checking this one out?

Two New Clips from The ABCs of Death 2
Written by Chris Savage, November 3, 2014
Have you guys checked out The ABCs of Death 2 yet? I’m still waiting for this one to hit the UK, unless it’s already here? In any event, we have scored a couple of new clips for you guys to check out, just on the off chance that you haven’t witnessed this sucker, so check

[FearCon Review] Scream Queen Tiffany Shepis Shares Some of Her Favorite Films
Written by Stephanie Joyce, November 3, 2014
It’s been one fun and long Halloween weekend at Arizona’s FearCon and we caught up with Scream Queen extraordinaire Tiffany Shepis, who has appeared in over 100 horror movie titles (first film was Tromio and Juliet and most recently Sharknado 2), to find out what it takes to be the queen. She traces back her

Slender: The Arrival PS3 Review
Written by Jason McDonald, November 2, 2014
Apologies are in order for this one. I had quite a few technical difficulties as of late that kept me from reviewing a few games on time. As such I have a backlog of reviews incoming that include “Alien Isolation” and “The Evil Within.”  However, this review will be for a game that has also

The Town That Dreaded Sundown Movie Review
Written by Matthew McPhee, November 2, 2014
In what’s arguably the best slasher remake ever made, The Town That Dreaded Sundown stands apart more as a companion piece to the 1976 horror docudrama of the same name. The film revolves around the small Texarkana town, which screens The Town That Dreaded Sundown every Halloween to pay tribute to the “Moonlight Murders” that shook

Top 10 Underrated Horror Films
Written by Shaun Huhn, November 1, 2014
Halloween has come and gone. While we clean up after the hooligans and their devious acts, we begin to realize there is a sadness that has somehow seeped in. Is it true our marathons of bloodshed are over? Do we have to wait another year to compile a 31 days of horror list? Is the

31 Days of Halloween Horror Movies 2014: Complete Recap
Written by Goon, November 1, 2014
This is it folks. Today is Halloween and I just finished up my 31 Days of Halloween movie marathon. This year went a lot smoother than last year and luckily “real life” didn’t get in the way too much this year. I managed to watch 32 movies in 31 days this year. Not bad if

Hellraiser Reboot to be Set on Devil’s Island? Clive Barker Talks
Written by Chris Savage, November 1, 2014
I absolutely love Hellraiser, well, the first two mostly and then it kinda spirals off into something else. Sure, there have been some pretty coll ideas throughout the series, but unfortunately none of the later films were able to encapsulate the true horror of the first two films so in a way in kinda makes