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Queen Mary Dark Harbor 2017 Review
Written by Jason McDonald, October 3, 2017
Another week and another Halloween attraction has opened up.  While the ranking of Dark Harbor is up for debate, there’s no denying that the Queen Mary is the one of the best locations for a haunted attraction in the US. What better place to scare people than a supposedly haunted ship? The Queen Mary may

[Trailer] Something Evil Lurks on ‘Buckout Road’
Written by Chris Savage, October 2, 2017
It’s always a great morning when Jessica Cameron gets in contact with you, and made even better (if that’s possible) when she unleashes details on one of her latest projects where she stars in Matthew Currie Holmes’ directorial debut, Buckout Road, which also stars the one and only Danny Glover among many others. Below, we have the first official

Scream Factory Does the ‘Dance Macabre’ in 2018
Written by Chris Savage, September 30, 2017
You guys love Robert Englund, right? Well, how about Scream Factory? Well, brace yourselves for the combination of the two, as Scream Factory have announced that they will be unleashing Greydon Clark’s (Without Warning, The Return) Dance Macabre, which stars Robert Englund, onto Blu-ray for the very first time this January, 2018. As per their official

‘Tarnation’ Opens its Doors to its Demonic Unicorn at Monsterfest
Written by Chris Savage, September 28, 2017
What in Tarnation?! That is precisely what many will be thinking when they gaze their innocent eyes upon Daniel Armstrong’s most ambitious project to date; Tarnation. With been following the film for as long as we can remember and we’ve been hooked ever since the first image. This one looks utterly bizarre, crazy and utterly awesome!

‘The Mist’ has Been Cancelled After One Season
Written by Jason McDonald, September 28, 2017
Well, as we saw with “The Dark Tower,”  all Stephen King adaptations can’t be winners or even “It.”  And it would appear that “The Mist was not one of those winners. Spike has announced today that they are cancelling their adaptation of “The Mist” after one season.  Spikes take on “The Mist” was drastically different

‘Polaroid’ Snaps a New Release Date This December
Written by Chris Savage, September 28, 2017
For those of you who were looking forward to the release of Dimension Films’ Polaroid on August 25, 2017, were probably a little upset that the film never actually arrived. Sadly Dimension Films decided to push back the film and it will now arrive in theatres this December 1st. Here’s hoping that Polaroid doesn’t receive the

Knott’s Scary Farm 2017 Review
Written by Jason McDonald, September 28, 2017
As far as I’m concerned the Halloween season kicks off when the haunted attractions start to roll out.  This year I got the season started at Knott’s Berry Farm with their annual Halloween event Knott’s Scary Farm. This year featured two brand new attractions with seven returning mazes injected with new thrills and additions to freshen

The Official Poster Artwork Has Arrived for ‘Dead Ant’
Written by Chris Savage, September 27, 2017
A little over a week ago we unleashed the first official trailer for Ron Carlson’s horror comedy Dead Ant, and we had a lot of fun with the trailer, we hope you did, too. So, with the film gearing up for its release at Screamfest this October, we have been provided with the official poster artwork and

[Trailer] First Look at the Creature Feature ‘Itsy Bitsy’
Written by Chris Savage, September 27, 2017
For those of you who are looking for a creature feature with some serious bite, look no further as we may just have the one for you. From Micah Gallo comes his latest film Itsy Bitsy, a film which he describes as “the creature aspects of Jaws mixed with the character drama of something like the

First Trailer for ‘Creep 2’ Brings Back the Creepy Weirdness of the Original
Written by Jason McDonald, September 27, 2017
I loved many aspects of “Creep,”  but thought it featured quite possibly the dumbest protagonist to ever be put to film.  Truly a man born without a brainstem.  However, it was still an enjoyable film and Mark Duplass did an amazing job portraying a socially awkward and creepy bastard.  So, yeah, I’m up for more

The Sequel to New Line’s ‘It’ Arrives in 2019
Written by Chris Savage, September 26, 2017
In 2019, we’ll all float once again! Who’s stoked for the second chapter of Stephen King’s It? [REVIEW] Me personally, I loved the film and I’m interested in seeing how they handle the second chapter. And speaking of which, we can reveal that the sequel will arrive in theatres on September 6, 2019, which is

Midnight Releasing Unleashes ‘The Forlorned’ This October
Written by Chris Savage, September 26, 2017
We have just received word that the folks over at Midnight Releasing will be unleashing Andrew Wiest’s (Treasure State) The Forlorned this October 3, 2017. The film is based on the book by suspense novelist Angela Townsend, with Townsend co-writing the script alongside Wiest and Ryan Reed. Below you’ll find the official trailer, artwork and details

New Official Poster Artwork for Joe Lynch’s ‘Mayhem’
Written by Chris Savage, September 25, 2017
Making its way to theatres, VOD and Digital HD this November 10, 2017, is Joe Lynch’s Mayhem [REVIEW] via RLJE Films, and with that date fast approaching, we have been provided with some new poster artwork for you guys to check out below. The film stars Steven Yeun (“The Walking Dead,” Okja), Samara Weaving (Three Billboards Outside

‘Beyond the Seventh Door’ Finally Hits DVD
Written by Chris Savage, September 22, 2017
Canuxploitation fans, rejoice! B.D. Benedikt’s Beyond the Seventh Door, will soon be unleashed onto DVD for the first time ever this October 31, 2017, via the fine folks over at Severin Films and Intervision Picture Corporation. The film will be made available worldwide and you can pre-order your copy HERE. Check out the details below. From

Looking for Some Spooky Locations This Halloween? We’ve Got You Covered
Written by Chris Savage, September 21, 2017
With Halloween fast approaching and of course the pending release of Bobby Roe’s The Houses October Built 2, we’re sure that many of you are in the mood to check out some haunted house attraction, just like in the movie. So below, we have a pretty sweet little map that pinpoints some of America’s scariest

Bill Oberst Jr’s ‘Stressed to Kill’ Hits Blu-ray This December
Written by Chris Savage, September 21, 2017
It always brings us joy when we learn of another Bill Oberst Jr. movie, as the dude constantly delivers and is such fun to watch. So, saying that, SGL Entertainment have just announced that they will be unleashing Stressed to Kill, which is directed by Mark Savage, onto Blu-ray this December, so you guys can get

‘Sabrina the Teenage Witch’ is Coming Back with a Horror Themed Show
Written by Jason McDonald, September 21, 2017
Remember “Sabrina the Teenage Witch” with Melissa Joan Hart? That was a fun show what with the two hot aunts and the talking cat and all that.  If you’re even more old school than your image of Sabrina might be from the old Archie comics.  However, if you’ve been keeping up with your Sabrina lore

The Original Ghostface Mask Returns for the New Season of ‘Scream’
Written by Jason McDonald, September 21, 2017
I, along with many people, had some initial concerns about the MTV “Scream” series.  It was hard to imagine MTV managing to pull off a good “Scream” series especially when they revealed their horrendous new version of the mask which looked like it was giving a blow job. However, I personally thought the show was

Linda Hamilton will Return for the Next ‘Terminator’ Film
Written by Jason McDonald, September 21, 2017
It’s been a big month for returning heroines.  First we had the Jamie Lee Curtis announcement last week and now we’ve learned that another iconic heroine is returning to a franchise she helped launch. THR and James Cameron have revealed that Linda Hamilton will be returning for the next “Terminator” film.  THR reports that Cameron

An Evil Spirit Returns on ‘The 13th Friday’
Written by Chris Savage, September 19, 2017
You know, you’ve really got to feel for these demonic demons. Here they are doing what ever it is they’re doing in their realm, probably playing a taxing game of chess, when suddenly someone summons them through a device, and people are wondering just what they have done to deserve this? Well, wouldn’t you be