Rick Famuyiwa to Direct Adaptation of STD Horror Story ‘Black Hole’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 2, 2018
There have been a few horror movies over the years that have used the terror of STDs as the basis for their plot, but one that has struggled to get off the ground as the adaptation of the horror graphic novel “Black Hole.”  Now the project is up on its feet again with a new

There’s a Statue of Jason Voorhees at the Bottom of this Lake
Written by Jason McDonald, March 1, 2018
If you crap your wetsuit at the bottom of a lake, does it make it sound?  Well, I’m sure someone has found out at some point thanks to this excellent art installation/prank/fan tribute for “Friday the 13th.” If you know your “Friday the 13th” history than you know that Jason Voorhees is defeated Part VI

The Official Trailer for Zak Bagans’ ‘Demon House’ Has Arrived
Written by Chris Savage, February 28, 2018
A little while back we learned that Zak Bagans of Ghost Adventures was working on a little documentary regarding a house he bought, it just so happened to be the apparent “portal to hell”. And today, we have for you the first official trailer for the upcoming documentary, Demon House. Check out the goods below

First Look at Strongman Pictures’ ‘Nova Star’
Written by Chris Savage, February 27, 2018
Daniel Armstrong and his team over at Strongman Pictures have been delivering entertaining films for the past few years, but they’ve recently really upped the ante with films like Tarnation and Sheborg Massacre and now it appears as if they’re really reaching for the stars… Literally. Their latest movie that is in the works is

[Trailer] Monster Pictures Acquires a Little ‘Living Space’
Written by Chris Savage, February 27, 2018
We have just received word of an intriguing horror flick that I think you guys will dig. The movie is titled Living Space and comes from writer/director Steven Spiel. The movie is a supernatural horror flick which involves a creepy old farmhouse and an undead Nazi general, and below we have the first details, trailer and

New Official Poster & Trailer Has Arrived for ‘House Shark’
Written by Chris Savage, February 27, 2018
We covered Ron Bonk’s latest flick, House Shark, a little while back and since then the team has gone into overdrive, as not only is the film up for limited edition presales via their Indiegogo campaign, the film is expected to receive a wide release in the Summer. So, with that brings new goods to

‘Veronica’, the New Film from [REC] Director Paco Plaza, is Now on Netflix
Written by Jason McDonald, February 27, 2018
If you happened to be wondering today when you’d see the next feature film from “[Rec]” director Paco Plaza then wonder no more, because you can now watch his next film on Netflix. Paco Plaza’s new film, “Veronica”, has been playing in festivals for a bit now and today the film just happened to show

Check out the Trailer for IFC’s Upcoming Release ‘Pyewacket’
Written by Jason McDonald, February 26, 2018
Earlier this week we learned that “Pyewacket” would be making its European premiere in March, but if you were left thinking ‘When will I be able to enjoy it?’ I’ve got good new for you.  IFC will be releasing “Pyewacket” in theaters and VOD on March 23rd and you can check out the new trailer

It Looks like Amazon is Working on a ‘Dark Tower’ Series
Written by Jason McDonald, February 24, 2018
In the lead up to the release of last year’s “Dark Tower” movie it was announced that there would be a TV series that would help expand on the mythos of the film.  After the rocky reception that the “Dark Tower” movie got, it seemed like that the future of that series was up in

Lionsgate is Working on a Blair Witch Series
Written by Jason McDonald, February 23, 2018
While the recent “Blair Witch” revival didn’t light the world on fire, it must’ve done something right as it looks like Lionsgate is considering it for a potential series. Deadline reported today that Lionsgate has announced the slate of content being produced by their new studio “Studio L.”  Now, the interesting thing to note about

‘Pyewacket’ Makes its European Premiere at Glasgow’s Frightfest This March
Written by Chris Savage, February 22, 2018
We have just learned that Adam MacDonald’s (Backcountry) brooding supernatural thriller, Pyewacket, will be making its European premiere at Glasgow’s Frightfest this March 3rd, 2018, as well as hitting home video in the UK this April. Read on for the details and let us know if you’ll be keeping an eye out for this one? The film

‘Jurassic World 3’ Gets a Release Date to the Surprise of No One
Written by Jason McDonald, February 22, 2018
Alright, I admit that I’m eager to see “Jurassic World 2.”  It’s got explosions and big dinosaurs and my simple brain is delighted by that.  And when it hits it’ll probably get mixed to positive reviews with critics and do gangbusters in the box office.  So, yeah, it makes sense that Universal is already planning

‘Insidious: The Last Key’ Arrives on Home Video This April
Written by Chris Savage, February 21, 2018
For those of you who enjoy the Insidious franchise will be pleased to know that the fourth installment will soon be making its way to home video on Blu-ray and DVD this April 3rd via Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. But, if you prefer the digital route, look for the film on Digital this March 20th.

Jessica Chastain in Talks to Star in ‘IT: Chapter 2’
Written by Jason McDonald, February 21, 2018
If this comes to pass, it’ll certainly be the most obvious casting in film history since Sam Jackson as Nick Fury.  Last year we learned that Jessica Chastain was interested in the idea of playing the role of Beverly in the upcoming “It” sequel.  Now it seems like she may be in official talks. Variety

AMC is Showing ‘Get Out’ for Free on Presidents’ Day in Select Theaters
Written by Jason McDonald, February 18, 2018
Are you one of the few that still hasn’t seen one of my favorite films of 2017? Well, I have good news! If you’re one of the lucky few that gets to have Presidents’ Day off tomorrow you can see “Get Out” for free in select AMC theaters. To celebrate the film’s one year anniversary

Henry Rollins to Star in ‘He Never Died 2’
Written by Jason McDonald, February 18, 2018
Okay, I need to be honest here. I love me some Henry Rollins, but I still haven’t gotten around to seeing “He Never Died.”  I’ve heard some mixed things, but it seems like the majority of it is good.  So it looks like I should probably finally get around to seeing it as a sequel

Fangoria Lives! – The Horror Magazine Has Been Resurrected
Written by Chris Savage, February 16, 2018
It truly was a said day when Fangoria, the magazine, suddenly disappeared. It had been a horror staple for most of us from 1979, and I’m sure it is where many of us first got our insight into what goes on behind-the-scenes. But, all is not lost. It appears as if the magazine is set

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Michael Fassbender to Star in ‘Kung Fury’ Feature Film
Written by Chris Savage, February 15, 2018
David Sandberg’s Kung Fury is something I have watched repeatedly since its inception. Absolutely love it! So, now a feature film is in the works and it appears to be upper the ante in every possible way as we have learned that not only is Michael Fassbender set to star in the feature film, but

‘The Nun’ and ‘Predator’ Get New Release Dates
Written by Jason McDonald, February 15, 2018
Release dates used to mean something, you know?  Before you’d get a date and it’d be set in stone. Now you have movies coming out the day they’re announced.  It seems that the only thing that’s certain, when it comes to release dates, is that they’re bound to change. Take, for example, these two high

[Trailer] First Look at Wild Eye Releasing’s ‘Soft Matter’
Written by Chris Savage, February 14, 2018
We have just received word that Jim Hickcox’s feature debut Soft Matter, will be making its way to EFM in Berlin this week and the folks over at Wild Eye Releasing will be unleashing the film to the masses later this year. Soft Matter is said to be a mix of The Shape of Water and Get Out,