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‘Housebound’ To Get American Remake
Written by Jason McDonald, February 12, 2015
“Housebound”, a comedic horror film hailing from New Zealand, debuted last year to very good critical praise and even got the stamp of approval from Peter Jackson himself.  So it’s probably a shoe in to receive distribution in America, right? Wrong! This one is skipping over that part and getting an American remake. According to

First Casting News for Ash vs. Evil Dead
Written by Chris Savage, February 11, 2015
I’m sure you guys are aware that an Evil Dead TV show is on the horizon? If not, it’s entitled Ash vs. Evil Dead and it’s set to feature 10-episodes as a STARZ original series, and today we have received news regarding who will be starring in the upcoming series. Also, Sam Raimi is directed

El Gigante [Review]
Written by Chris Savage, February 11, 2015
A few months back we received a trailer for a short film entitled El Gigante, which is directed by Gigi Saul Guerrero, produced by Luchagore Productions and based upon Shane McKenzie’s novel Muerte Con Carne. Being a huge wrestling fan and from that small tease I was salivating all over my monitor, but I had no

New Jurassic World Viral Clip Inside
Written by Chris Savage, February 11, 2015
Jurassic World is almost upon us, but before that time we have scored a brand new viral clip which brings us to the workings of Masrani Global and the InGen security team which includes Vincent D’Onofrio as Vic Hoskins. Make your way below and check it out and let us know if you’ll be checking this

This ‘Deathgasm’ Trailer Will Make You Explode!
Written by Chris Savage, February 11, 2015
Making its way to this years SXSW Film Festival where it will have its World Premiere is Jason Lei Howden’s Deathgasm. A film which mixes heavy metal with horror. Now, this has been down time and time again, but they just go hand in hand and Deathgasm looks set to be a whole lot of

Rob Zombie Re-Opens His Crowdfunding Campaign
Written by Jason McDonald, February 11, 2015
Remember when Rob Zombie dipped his toe into the crowdfunding sector and got his latest project “31” successfully funded? Well it turns out that even after the film was funded people were still trying to give Rob Zombie money for it.  So what do you do when people are willing to contribute to your project? The only

Neill Blomkamp ‘May Make’ His Alien Film After All
Written by Jason McDonald, February 11, 2015
Grab your bucket of salt and consume it generously.  While director Neill Blomkamp may be super optimistic about pursuing his “Alien” project, it doesn’t mean that it’ll happen.  Still, the fact that he’s so passionate about it and actively putting inquiries out there is definitely a good sign. While speaking with Collider about his upcoming

SXSW Trailer for We Are Still Here
Written by Jason McDonald, February 11, 2015
Making it’s world premiere at the upcoming South By Southwest festival this year will be “We Are Still Here”, an intriguing little film by director/writer Ted Geoghegan.  The film centers on a couple that decide to move into a house in a quaint little New England town.  As you might already suspect, there’s something terribly

New Photo from the Newly Titled Tremors 5: Bloodline
Written by Chris Savage, February 10, 2015
Hang on a minute. I’ve seen that ‘Bloodline’ somewhere before, wasn’t that the one where Pinhead was in space, Hellraiser: Bloodline? That gives me an idea, why don’t they do a Tremors in space! I’d be down for that, unless it’s already be done as I’ve missed most of the Tremors sequels. Anyway, speaking of

Scream Factory to Unleash Extraterrestrial onto Blu-ray & DVD This May
Written by Chris Savage, February 10, 2015
Did you guys get a chance to witness The Vicious Brothers’ Extraterrestrial? If so, what did you make of it? I’m yet to see it, but with the announcement that Scream Factory will be unleashing the film onto Blu-ray and DVD this May 12, 2015, perhaps it’s time a gave it a watch. If you

Brace Yourselves It’s the Invasion of the ‘Alien Tampon’
Written by Chris Savage, February 10, 2015
Where the heck do I begin about a horror film that features a tampon, a woman and some kind of alien invasion?! I can’t, I just can’t. So, head on down below for a brief teaser trailer and some poster art for the upcoming German sci-fi horror-comedy flick Alien Tampon! The film is written by Hanno

[Trailer] No Boys Allowed In Slasher ‘Girlhouse’
Written by Stephanie Joyce, February 10, 2015
Slated to be released Friday the 13th, and one of the movies featured in last year’s Screamfest in Los Angeles, is the slasher throw-back film Girlhouse. And if you think this movie is about a bunch of college girls that get paid to make naughty videos – that conveniently pay enough for them to go

‘Saw’ Writers to Take on Halloween
Written by Jason McDonald, February 10, 2015
When I think “Halloween”, at least with the earlier films, I certainly don’t think of over the top violence and general ugliness.  I imagine a quieter experience that has a purer intensity.  It’s certainly not something I would associate with the “Saw” series, but that could soon be the case. The Hollywood Reporter has learned

Al Snow Body-Slam’s the Evil in The Omega File
Written by Chris Savage, February 9, 2015
A couple of days ago we got word of a brand new sci-fi TV series entitled The Omega File from SGL Entertainment, which has Massimiliano Cerchi attached to direct the series. With this we had some early details for you and some artwork, which you can view HERE. Since that time they have been extremely busy

Sales Artwork for the Martyrs Remake
Written by Chris Savage, February 9, 2015
As many of you know, the EFM in Berlin is currently underway and a slew of projects are leaking out but there is one that I’m sure will get a lot of you talking and that’s the long gestating remake of Martyrs. A remake, for better or worse has been on the cards for years,

Dying Light PS4 Review
Written by Jason McDonald, February 9, 2015
  I think we’ve gotten to the point where zombies have more than saturated the game industry.  At this stage they could be their own self-contained genre like RPGs or action games.  The prevalence of the shambling undead have left many feeling burnt out on the concept, but is there still room for improvement?  Is “Dying Light”

Rhonda Rides To Hell in First Teaser Trailer
Written by Chris Savage, February 8, 2015
If any of you guys are going to hell, you may want to hit up Rhonda, as she will kick some freakin’ ass along the way while also being a total babe and that’s exactly what you get in Rhonda Rides To Hell, which sort of reminds me of a cross between Mad Max and

Mortal Kombat X Announces New Modes
Written by Jason McDonald, February 7, 2015
If there’s one thing to be said about the Mortal Kombat series it’s that it is the densest fighting game out there.  You can argue about the quality all you want, but there’s no denying that Mortal Kombat usually packs more content into it’s package than any other fighter out there. And now we’re getting

[Trailer] The House on Pine Street Will Send Shivers Down Your Spine
Written by Chris Savage, February 6, 2015
The directing duo of Aaron and Austin Keeling are just about ready to open the doors to The House on Pine Street, as the film will be making its World Premiere this February 28th, at 10PM at CINEQUEST in San Jose, CA, but before that time we have scored the official trailer for you guys to check out

Official UK Trailer for the Poltergeist Remake Has Arrived
Written by Chris Savage, February 6, 2015
Yesterday we ushered in the US trailer for Poltergeist, but the powers that be took it down. It’s up today by-the-way, but more importantly, 20th Century Fox UK have now unveiled the official trailer for us folks in the UK which is slightly different to those of you in the States. Anyway, go check it