The Team Behind the BBC ‘Sherlock’ Series Are Making a Dracula Series
Written by Jason McDonald, June 21, 2017
From one public domain literary character to another, it looks like the duo behind BBC’s “Sherlock” series is looking to bring Bram Stoker’s “Dracula” to the small screen. RadioTimes is confirming a report that Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss are teaming up to work on a series of 90-minute episodes based on Bram Stoker’s “Dracula.”

Official Trailer, Poster and More for Lorcan Finnegan’s ‘Without Name’
Written by Chris Savage, June 20, 2017
We have just received word that Lorcan Finnegan’s Without Name is now available on various VOD platforms via Global Digital Releasing, and we have the official trailer, poster and a slew of clips so you can get an idea what the film is about. From the Press Release: Global Digital Releasing recently announced the North American

New Official Artwork Has Arrived for ‘Island Zero’
Written by Chris Savage, June 20, 2017
Back in December of last year we ushered in the first official trailer for Josh Gerritsen’s highly intriguing flick Island Zero, and since then we’ve been waiting ever patiently for more. While we don’t have anymore footage for you, we do have some brand new artwork that you can check out below. Also, if you missed

First Look at ‘The Brain That Wouldn’t Die’ Remake
Written by Chris Savage, June 20, 2017
It appears as if a remake of Joseph Green’s The Brain That Wouldn’t Die is on the horizon and this one comes from director Derek Carl and writer Hank Huffman. The remake recently had a successful Kickstarter run where they managed to raise a whopping $70,599! The film is said to be a satirical take on the

‘FredHeads’ Follows the Fans of ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’
Written by Chris Savage, June 19, 2017
While we may never get that Elm Street prequel although a slew of fans have giving us some excellent fan films in the past, and speaking of the fans, we have something for you which turns its attention to you, the fans of A Nightmare on Elm Street. Venn Pictures (Don’t Fall Asleep) have recently announced

Village Life Can be Murder – First Look at ‘The Book Club’
Written by Chris Savage, June 17, 2017
We have just received word that Jamie McKeller is taking the deep plunge and is looking to create his first feature film. McKeller has produced a slew of short films in the past six years that he has been active, but now he is looking to take his idea to the next stage. His feature film

First Official Trailer for Julius Ramsay’s ‘Midnighters’
Written by Chris Savage, June 17, 2017
Julius Ramsay (“The Walking Dead”) will be making his feature debut with the upcoming suspense thriller, Midnighters, and we can reveal that the film will be making its debut at the LA Film Festival on Monday, June 19th at 9:35 PM at the ArcLight Culver City. And to give you guys a little preview, we have

[Faux Trailer] This Masked Killer in ‘Canada Day’ Will Help You Celebrate in Style
Written by Chris Savage, June 16, 2017
Oh, Kyle Martellacci, you absolute legend! Kyle has been creating short horror movies and trailers for several years now with his independent film production company, Red Razor Pictures. He truly has found his calling as he always delivers something exciting to watch, but his latest, which is a faux trailer for the slasher film Canada

First Teaser Trailer for ‘Sharknado 5: Global Swarming’ Has Arrived
Written by Chris Savage, June 15, 2017
Earlier this month we ushered in the first artwork and release details for the fifth installment in the Sharknado franchise, which got a few of you pumped up and some of you not so much. So, with the film set to hit Syfy this August 6th in over 100 counties, the first teaser trailer has

‘Kreator’ Pays Homage to 80s Slashers with Their Official Video for ‘Pleasure to Kill’
Written by Chris Savage, June 14, 2017
It may have taken a mere 31 years, but the legendary German thrashers, Kreator, have finally unleashed an official music video to the title track of their 1986 album of the same name, “Pleasure to Kill”. The video was created in celebration of the upcoming re-releases of their first four records; “Endless Pain“, “Pleasure To Kill“, “Terrible

[Trailer] Daniel Radcliffe Hopes to Survive Greg McLean’s ‘Jungle’
Written by Chris Savage, June 14, 2017
Greg McLean (Wolf Creek, The Belko Experiment) is back in the saddle once again with his latest flick Jungle, a film which is a survival thriller that is based upon the real-life story of adventurer Yossi Ghinsberg. The film is scheduled to have its world premiere at the Melbourne International Film Festival this August 3rd, but

‘Ash vs Evil Dead’ Season 2 Hits Home Video This August
Written by Chris Savage, June 13, 2017
I’m sure many of you if not all of you have been watching the Starz series Ash vs Evil Dead, but on the off-chance that you haven’t, do yourself a favor and get on this, it truly is an awesome series. It’s like a prequel/sequel to the Evil Dead films all in one and there

Not the Bees! – The Official Trailer Has Arrived for ‘Tsunambee’
Written by Chris Savage, June 13, 2017
In the words of Nicholas Cage, “Not the bees!” comes a film that may leave some scratching their head and others potentially admiring the obscurity, either way, I’m sure this one will create a little buzz. So, from Wild Eye Releasing comes Milko Davis’ creature feature Tsunambee, and we have the official trailer, artwork and more

First Official Trailer for Gareth Bryn’s ‘The Passing’
Written by Chris Savage, June 12, 2017
From Gareth Bryn comes his dark, brooding piece The Passing, and we are pleased to announce that the film will receive a worldwide digital and VOD release tomorrow, Tuesday, June 12th, and below we have the first official trailer and more. This one looks absolutely captivating and it comes as no surprise that his one scored

‘The Evil Within 2’ and ‘Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus’ Release New Trailers
Written by Jason McDonald, June 12, 2017
After Microsoft’s press conference today I was feeling a little let down by the horror offerings presented so far, but Bethesda may have just won the show for me. “Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus” was leaked earlier this week, so it wasn’t too much of a surprise when it was revealed, but nothing could have prepared

Microsoft Unveils Trailers for ‘State of Decay 2’ and ‘Metro Exodus’
Written by Jason McDonald, June 12, 2017
E3 is underway and today Microsoft revealed a slew of new games coming to the system in the next few years.  And while there were a ton of intriguing games (like “Last Night“).  But for our purposes there were two games scratched the horror itch. The first of which is a sequel to the extremely

[Review] ‘The Mummy’ Might Unravel Universal’s Dark Universe
Written by Jason McDonald, June 12, 2017
I know the idea of Universal starting a monster universe, now known as the “Dark Universe,” was a bit divisive amongst horror fans to say the least.   However, I had some generally optimistic feelings for the idea.  I grew up on the classic Universal monsters and, even though they weren’t the best in the

Official Trailer for IFC Midnight’s ‘Killing Ground’
Written by Chris Savage, June 8, 2017
Have you guys had your eye on Damien Power’s feature debut Killing Ground? If so, you’ll be pleased to know that the official US trailer has arrived and we have it for you below courtesy of our friends over at IFC Midnight. Give it a watch and let us know what you make of this one

‘Jasmine’ Finds a Home on DVD & Blu-ray This July
Written by Chris Savage, June 8, 2017
From Indican Pictures comes Dax Phelan’s dark thriller Jasmine, and we can reveal that the film will receive a limited theatrical release in Los Angeles this June 16th and then the film will hit DVD and VOD on in July. Below we have the official trailer and details pertaining to the flick, let us know if this

Here’s a Shocker – ‘Amityville: The Awakening’ Has Been Pushed Back Again!
Written by Chris Savage, June 8, 2017
I really feel for Franck Khalfoun and the cast and crew of Amityville: The Awakening. It’s one thing to have your film butchered and cut from a R to a PG-13 movie, but what’s worse is having the release date of the film being changed numerous times, I mean this sucker was meant to come out