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SGL Entertainment Becomes Entwined in the ‘Red Net’
Written by Chris Savage, January 11, 2017
The folks over at SGL Entertainment have just announced that they have acquired Tiziano Cella’s Red Net for release on Blu-ray, DVD and various VOD platforms later this year, and with that we have the official trailer and more below. From the Press Release: SGL Entertainment is pleased to announce that they have just acquired the

Full Details for Scream Factory’s Blu-ray/DVD Release of ‘Deadtime Stories’
Written by Chris Savage, January 11, 2017
Earlier last year we revealed that Scream Factory would be unleashing Jeffrey Delman’s Deadtime Stories onto Blu-ray and DVD this February 28, 2017. At that time we had no word on the special features included, but today we have them for you. head on down below and take a look, let us know if you’ll be

‘Wolf Creek: Season One’ Hits DVD This March
Written by Chris Savage, January 10, 2017
Did any of you guys get the chance to witness the Wolf Creek TV series? I know I missed it, but I’ve heard nothing but great stuff so I’ve been anxious to check this one out. Thankfully the first season will soon be available on DVD and we have the official details below. Alternatively, you

New Official Stills from Lauro Chartrand’s ‘Blackburn’
Written by Chris Savage, January 10, 2017
Have you guys had the chance to check Lauro Chartrand’s Blackburn out yet? The film is said to be available on a variety of VOD platforms, so if you’re interested have a look around. But while we wait for the film to be released on DVD in the States, we have scored some new photos ffor

Frank Grillo May Be Done With ‘The Purge’
Written by Jason McDonald, January 10, 2017
Sometimes you have to get while the gettin’ is good and it looks like actor Frank Grillo may be well aware of that.  The star of the last two “Purge” films may not be returning for a fourth installment. Actor Frank Grillo jumped into the Purge series with “Purge: Anarchy” and helped turned a pretty

15 International Directors Develop an Unusual ‘Phobia’
Written by Chris Savage, January 9, 2017
We’ve said it before and we’ll continue saying it; we love anthologies! We also believe a fair few of you do, too. So, from Tony Newton and Domiziano Cristopharo comes their anthology Phobia, a film which features segments from 15 International directors and we have the early word along with the official teaser poster. What’s your

These Mermaids Are Out for Flesh in Agnieszka Smoczynska’s ‘The Lure’
Written by Chris Savage, January 7, 2017
We’re always on the look out for something a little bizarre and verging on the weird and we believe we have found that for you in the form of Agnieszka Smoczynska’s The Lure (Córki Dancingu).  It’s a film which features flesh-hungry mermaids who find their way to shore, in doing so they find fame at a

New Official Trailer and Clip from ‘Pitchfork’
Written by Chris Savage, January 6, 2017
We’ve been following Glenn Douglas Packard’s highly anticipated horror flick Pitchfork for quite a while now, and with each passing clip we are getting more excited. Speaking of which, we have for you a brand new clip and the new official trailer which you can view below. Could we possibly have a new horror icon on our

Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant’s New Netflix Show is About Cannibalism
Written by Jason McDonald, January 6, 2017
This is a strange twist I wasn’t expecting.  I heard some time ago that Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant were working on a new Netflix show, but early descriptions made it sound like a lighthearted family drama.  Turns out it might still be that, but with a hook we can sink our teeth into. Speaking

Universal Announces ‘Cult of Chucky’ Along with a Synopsis and Teaser
Written by Jason McDonald, January 6, 2017
If you’ve been following the Twitter feeds of people like Fiona Dourif or Don Mancini then you know they’ve been teasing a new Chucky film since pretty much the release of the last Chucky film.  It was obvious it was going to happen, but when it would be announced was anyone’s guess. Well, today EW

NSFW Trailer for ‘Hooker With a Hacksaw’
Written by Chris Savage, January 5, 2017
It was probably pointless on my behalf pointing out that the trailer for this one was going to be NSFW, I mean, considering the title of the film, but you’ve just got to be careful, right? Perhaps this could have been an informative video on hacking up trees. Of course it’s not, Hooker With a

New Official Trailer for Jeremy Lutter’s ‘The Hollow Child’
Written by Chris Savage, January 5, 2017
Thanks to our friend Avery for the heads-up, we can share with you the new official trailer for Jeremy Lutter’s creepy new film The Hollow Child. Something strange is going on in this one and we are utterly intrigued to find out just what. So, care to take a peek? Click on the link below (the trailer

[Trailer] Something Evil Lurks ‘Behind the Walls’
Written by Chris Savage, January 5, 2017
From Dual Visions and Roaming Elephant Productions comes The Kondelik Brothers’ Behind the Walls, a haunted house film which is seen in the perspective of the house. And this house has been waiting. For years it was left unoccupied, but a new family has arrived and something has woken. Check out the official trailer below and artwork and

‘Bates Motel’ Sets a Date for its Final Season
Written by Jason McDonald, January 4, 2017
This year marks the fourth and final year that “Bates Motel” has been on A&E.  It’s troubling to think that four years have gone by so quickly.  I feel like i’m going a little mad just thinking about it. A&E has announced through EW that the fifth and final season of “Bates Motel” will premiere

Demons Possess a Cabin in the ‘Bornless Ones’
Written by Chris Savage, January 3, 2017
Being huge fans of The Evil Dead here, we welcome pretty much anything that takes inspiration from the film, so when we heard of Alexander Babaev‘s Bornless Ones, we had a feeling that a few of you will dig it. So, check out the official trailer, artwork and details below and let us know if this

Jason’s Top Ten Horror Movies of 2016
Written by Jason McDonald, January 3, 2017
Like the villain in so many horror movies 2016 is finally retreating into the darkness and  leaving us to comprehend the madness it has left in it’s wake.  However, while it may have been a chaotic year in just about every respect, the horror genre made out pretty damn  well.  There’s probably a correlation that

‘I Bleed Indie’ Unleashes PPV Indie Horror
Written by Chris Savage, January 2, 2017
I’m sure many of you have your preferred streaming site, for the vast majority it’s Netflix or Amazon Prime and for many others it’s Shudder or even a distributors VOD site like Full Moon Streaming. But, how about you just want to rent a film, you know, like back in the day for just a few

Capture Kill Release [Review]
Written by Chris Savage, January 2, 2017
There was a time when I absolutely loved the found footage sub-genre, I just couldn’t get enough of it. I would search high and low for the latest films, but quickly that love started to turn into loathing, as everyone and their uncle were making found footage films and they were all the same. Someone

Uncork’d Entertainment Unleashes ‘The Covenant’ This February
Written by Chris Savage, December 30, 2016
Are you after some more supernatural scares? If so, you’ll be pleased to hear that a new one is on the horizon with a dash of exorcism. From Robert Conway (Krampus Unleashed) comes his latest flick The Covenant, and we can reveal that Uncork’d Entertainment will be unleashing the flick this February 7th On Demand. From the

Official Trailer & More for ‘I Was a Teenage Wereskunk’
Written by Chris Savage, December 29, 2016
It’s about time the humble skunk got some horror love, and Neal Mclaughlin has done just that with his horror/comedy I Was a Teenage Wereskunk. The film looks set to be a throwback to the b-movies of the 1950s and it looks like a ton of fun. So, thanks to Avery for the heads-up, we have