A Scene Was Removed from ‘The Predator’ Due to a Sex Offender
Written by Jason McDonald, September 7, 2018
There are a multitude of reasons that a film will have scenes cut out at the last minute.  Most of them usually revolve around mundane things like trying to get a certain rating or trying to come in under a time limit.  But in the instance of “The Predator” a certain scene was cut because

Artsploitation Films Unleashes the Apocalyptic ‘Molly’ onto Blu-ray & DVD
Written by Chris Savage, September 6, 2018
One film that has quickly caught my eye is Molly, from co-directors Colinda Bongers and Thijs Meuwese, and we are very pleased to announces that the folks over at Artsploitation Films have scoured the wasteland to bring to you the film onto Blu-ray and DVD this October. Check out the official trailer, artwork and details below.

‘The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival’ Returns for its Third Massive Year
Written by Chris Savage, September 6, 2018
The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival will be returning for its third year this October, and it appears as if it is just growing from strength to strength. Just check out the awesome line-up they have planned below, it sounds absolutely awesome with such a diverse selection. So, check out the details below and let us

Shudder is Bringing Back Joe Bob Briggs for More Specials and a Series
Written by Jason McDonald, September 6, 2018
If you were one of the many, many, people that tuned in to see Joe Bob Briggs return for his special on Shudder, then you were part of a special group of people that caused Shudder to crash and thus prevented me from watching. Thanks. But seriously, thanks! Because of the high demand for Joe

‘Goodnight Mommy’ to Get English-Language Remake
Written by Jason McDonald, September 6, 2018
It feels like it’s been a minute since we’ve had a foreign horror movie get an English remake.  I’m struggling to think of what the last one was.  I guess the upcoming “Suspiria” remake technically counts?  The last one before that might’ve been “Martyrs”?  Someone post the answer below, you’ll win my unending respect. Deadline

Scream Factory to Unleash ‘The Mangler’ onto Blu-ray
Written by Chris Savage, September 5, 2018
I just recently re-watched this one the other day. I thought that perhaps my views may have changed on the film. And, well, nope! I still love this one. I think it’s a really fun movie and now with Scream Factory slated to unleash the film onto Blu-ray for the first time ever this December 11th,

The New ‘Halloween’ Trailer is Here
Written by Chris Savage, September 5, 2018
We are just over a month away from the return of Michael Myers to the big-screen, and Universal have just unveiled a brand new trailer for the upcoming Halloween film from David Gordon Green. Some are saying that it shows too much, and perhaps that’s true. But, damn! We’re loving the look of this one.

Knott’s Scary Farm 2018 Announcement Event with Videos
Written by Jason McDonald, September 3, 2018
We’re in the early days of September, but it’s time to start thinking about all the Halloween events that are coming down the pipeline.  While none of the major events have kicked off yet in Southern California, they’re starting to have their mini-press events to show off what’s coming this year. This past week I

RLJE Films Unleashes Terrifying Nightmares in ‘Sleep No More’
Written by Chris Savage, August 30, 2018
We’ve just received word that the folks over at RLJE Films will be releasing Phillip Guzman’s (Dead Awake) Sleep No More onto VOD, Digital and DVD this October 2nd, and below we have the official details, artwork and trailer. We are liking the look of this one so far, but what about you? From the Press

First Look at the Horror Short ‘Conductor’
Written by Chris Savage, August 30, 2018
From Alex Noyer comes his directorial debut, the Conductor, and below we have the first details, images and brief teaser trailer for the upcoming short. The film certainly appears intriguing with the mention of a “gruesome contraption,” and a story ark which has us wanting to know more. So, what about you, is this something you’ll

‘Beyond Fest’ to Host a Special 13-Film Celebration of David Cronenberg’s Career
Written by Chris Savage, August 30, 2018
Are any of you guys heading out to Beyond Fest this September? If not, you may want to change some plans around as the festival has announced that they are showcasing a very special event; Cronenberg with Cronenberg: A Retrospective of the New Flesh, which is a 13-film celebration of David Cronenberg’s incredible career. Plus, the man

First Official Clip and Trailer for ‘e-Demon’
Written by Chris Savage, August 30, 2018
Making its way into select theatres and On Demand this September 14th is Jeremy Wechter’s e-Demon, a film which features an escaped demon who manipulates a group of friends who are hanging out on video chat. The entire film in shown via web-cams on a computer screen and it looks intriguing enough. So, head on down below

‘A Quiet Place 2’ Gets a 2020 Release Date
Written by Jason McDonald, August 30, 2018
It’s no secret that I loved “A Quiet Place.”  In fact, I dare say it’s still one of my favorite horror movies of the year.  But even I am a bit apprehensive over a sequel to it.  The movie just felt like a perfect self-contained idea that didn’t need to be expanded upon.  However, if

‘Johnny Gruesome’ Returns from the Grave with a New Trailer
Written by Chris Savage, August 29, 2018
The folks over at Uncork’d Entertainment have just unleashed the brand new trailer for Gregory Lamberson’s (Slime City, Killer Rack) Johnny Gruesome, which is also based upon Lamberson’s novel of the same name. We’re pretty stoked for this one, but what do you make of this one? From the Press Release: Running tire marks around Ghost

[Trailer] Mutant Pig Creatures Attack in ‘Wild Boar’
Written by Chris Savage, August 29, 2018
We have a soft-spot for creature features, we just love ’em, especially when said creature is all practical effects. So, thanks to our good friend Avery for the heads-up, we have our first look at Barney Burman’s directorial debut Wild Boar. If you loved The Hills Have Eyes, I think you guys are going to dig

Original ‘Onimusha’ is Getting an HD Update for Modern Consoles
Written by Jason McDonald, August 29, 2018
Capcom has been doing an excellent job of mining it’s classic titles as of late, but there’s one warrior who hasn’t gotten any love in a long long time.  Well, that changes next year. Capcom has announced that the original “Onimusha” is getting an HD re-release for modern consoles.  The updated version will be titled

Dwayne Johnson’s Take on ‘Big Trouble in Little China’ Will Be a Sequel and Not a Remake
Written by Jason McDonald, August 28, 2018
It’s been over three years since we first heard the rumblings about Dwayne Johnson working on a remake of “Big Trouble in Little China.”  With that long of a dry spell you tend to think a project might be dead, but some recent news suggests that it is still very much alive and possibly taking

Denise Richards Battles a Haunted RV in ‘The Toybox’
Written by Chris Savage, August 27, 2018
Back in April we gave you guys news regarding The Toybox, a film which features a haunted RV, and hopefully all kinds of insanity. So, if you’ve had your eyes on this one, you’ll be pleased to know that the film will be receiving a limited theatrical release this September 14th followed by a Digital,

[Trailer] Something Lurks ‘Beyond the Sky’
Written by Chris Savage, August 27, 2018
If you guys are after an alien abduction flick, we may just have something for you. From RLJE Films comes Fulvio Sestito’s Beyond the Sky, which features horror legend Dee Wallace, and below we have the official details, artwork and trailer. Will you be keeping an eye out for this one?   The film also stars Ryan

There’s An ‘Apocalypse Rising’ on VOD and DVD
Written by Chris Savage, August 27, 2018
We have just received word that Gravitas Ventures and Giant Meteor Films have unleashed Richard Lowry’s zombie horror-fantasy flick Apocalypse Rising onto various VOD platforms as well as DVD. Below you’ll find the official details, photos and trailer for the film. To be honest, I’m not too sure what to make of this one, it appears as if