PlayStation Releases Mysterious Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, August 6, 2014
It’s a week of mysterious trailers.  First we had that Bioware trailer which told us very little and now we have a PlayStation trailer that somehow manages to tell us even less. As the gaming world gears up for Gamescom next week, we’re starting to see the hype machine generate some interesting little tidbits of

A Trio of New TV Spots for Sin City: A Dame To Kill For
Written by Chris Savage, August 6, 2014
Sin City: A Dame To Kill For is almost here, can you believe it? The time has just flown by. So with the film just a couple of weeks away, we have scored for you not one, but three new TV spots for you guys to check out below. Co-directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller

Two New Clips from As Above, So Below
Written by Chris Savage, August 6, 2014
John Erick Dowdle and Drew Dowdle’s latest flick As Above, So Below, looks stunning, definitely one that I shall be keeping my eyes upon. If you’re still on the fence or just fancy even more footage from this one, we have you covered as we have scored two new clips from the upcoming film. The

First Look at Frankenstein’s Patchwork Monster
Written by Chris Savage, August 6, 2014
Are you guys ready for more of Dr. Frankenstein’s twisted creations? If so, we have just the film and it features a total horror babe in the form of Melantha Blackthorne! So make your way below for the first details and photos from Emil Novak’s Frankenstein’s Patchwork Monster, and hopefully we will be hearing more

Capcom is Bringing ‘Resident Evil’ Remake to Modern Platforms
Written by Jason McDonald, August 5, 2014
This isn’t quite a ‘remake of a remake’, but it’s very nearly there.  Capcom has announced that they are bringing the “Resident Evil” 2002 remake to modern platforms. As you might recall, “Resident Evil” made its debut waaaay back in 1996 on the Playstation.  It, of course, became an iconic staple of the system and

Zombeavers Review
Written by Simon Rother, August 5, 2014
If you’re a fan of horror-comedy, “Zombeavers” is definitely a movie for you. Making its international premiere outside of the USA at Montreal’s Fantasia Film Festival is Jordan Rubin’s first big-time flick. When a barrel of toxic waste accidentally bounces out of its truck, the lethal substance contaminates a nearby beaver dam, turning its residents

Cast and Director Announced for MTV’s Scream TV Series
Written by Chris Savage, August 5, 2014
A Scream TV series has been on the cards for quite some time now and with MTV behind the project, we have been eagerly awaiting more news regarding the project. Sure we have heard all sorts of rumors but today we actually have some concrete news for you guys to chow down on. Unfortunately it

First Poster & Trailer for Dysmorphia
Written by Chris Savage, August 5, 2014
I am a total sucker for horror anthology flicks, so Wild Eye Releasing’s latest flick Dysmorphia has already gained my attention and thankfully the trailer suggests that this one will be unleashing some awesome segments. So guys, make your way below and see if this is something you’ll be checking out. James Cullen Bressack is on

This ‘Phobia’ Art Will Strike a Chord With Arachnophobes
Written by Chris Savage, August 5, 2014
Got a fear of spiders? You may want to miss this one as I’m sure this latest art for Image Entertainment’s Phobia, will set your pulse racing! If you dare, make your way below and check out the killer art courtesy of Bloody-Disgusting. The film stars Michael Jefferson, Emma Dubery, Sarah Schoofs, and Peter Gregus. Synopsis: Jonathan

Open Windows Movie Review
Written by Simon Rother, August 5, 2014
Making its Canadian premiere at Montreal’s incredible Fantasia Film Festival was Nacho Vigalondo’s thriller, “Open Windows”. If you enjoy spending hours staring at your computer screen, this could be a movie for you. Nick Chambers (Elijah Wood) just won an online contest permitting him to meet and dine with actress Jill Goddard (Sasha Grey; former

A List of New Zombie Movies Worth Watching
Written by Herner Klenthur, August 5, 2014
The zombie genre is full of so many classic movies we often forget that time has not stood still and that new gems are arriving almost every year. I am in my early 30′s which means I am a die-hard fan of classic zombie movies like Lucio Fulci’s ZOMBIE and George A Romero’s Dawn of the Dead and of course

New Official Red Band Trailer for Septic Man
Written by Chris Savage, August 5, 2014
Things are about to get a little stinky this August 12th as that is when Septic Man hits On Demand, but until that date we have for you a brand new red band trailer which takes you deep into the sewers, check it out below. Synopsis: A sewage worker gets trapped inside a septic tank during

Piranha Sharks Invade The US This Friday
Written by Chris Savage, August 5, 2014
It is almost upon us, Piranha Sharks will be invading the States this Friday, so batten down the hatches, grab some popcorn and get ready for some mockbuster goodness that follows mini-piranha/shark hybrids that are sold as children’s toys, as you do. From the Press Release: Angry Armadillo, Inc., an innovative new distribution company, has announced

Alien Vs Predator Battles it Out at Halloween Horror Nights
Written by Jason McDonald, August 5, 2014
In a rather surprising reveal, Universal has announced that both Xenomorphs and Predators will be coming to Universal Studios Hollywood and Orlando for Halloween Horror Nights. The maze will simply be titled “Alien vs Predator” and will feature the two iconic aliens battling it out for supremacy in the midst of park guests. Here’s a

Elijah Wood Signs Up for “The Last Witch Hunter”
Written by Jason McDonald, August 4, 2014
Just a few months ago I hadn’t even heard about “The Last Witch Hunter”, but the latest casting news has made this one of my more anticipated films.  An actor who has become a recent fan-favorite is set to join an already interesting cast. Deadline is reporting that Elijah Wood (“Maniac”) has signed up for

37 Incredible Minimalist Horror Posters
Written by Herner Klenthur, August 4, 2014
I am a massive fan of Minimalist horror movie posters and for the last three days I have been scouring google collecting posters and as much as possible the creators name. I wanted to collect as many as possible and put them all into one massive list of fantastic poster stardom but realized that unless

‘Leprechaun: Origins’ Will Head to Theaters
Written by Jason McDonald, August 4, 2014
If you were hoping to share your love of “Leprechaun” with other fans in an actual theater, then you’ll be thrilled to hear that the upcoming reboot is getting a theatrical release. While “Leprechaun: Origins” was originally slated for a VOD/DVD release, Lionsgate has revealed today that the film will also be getting a limited

32 Most Influential Horror Movies Of All Time
Written by Herner Klenthur, August 4, 2014
What makes a film influential?  A film may be really good – but really have no impact on the genre at large.  The same can be said for successful films – there is really no correlation between the size of the box office for a film and the degree of influence the movie has on

The Devil’s Deal Hits DVD This October
Written by Chris Savage, August 4, 2014
Damn that pesky Devil. He suckers you in with all his promises and then wham! Outta nowhere there’s a sting the tail, things just aren’t as promised and the devil will do what ever it takes to make your life a living hell, much like this latest flick from  Allen Reed, the Devil’s Deal. Make your

‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ Finally Gets a Cast
Written by Jason McDonald, August 4, 2014
At this point many of you might’ve forgotten that there was such a thing as “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.”  A few years ago a new trend sprung up in the literary world that involved combining classic literary tales/historical figures with monsters.  This can be mostly accredited to Seth Grahame-Smith who wrote the aforementioned “Pride