First Official Clip from ‘The Blackout Experiments’
Written by Chris Savage, January 25, 2016
Recently making its debut at the Sundance Film Festival is Rich Fox’s The Blackout Experiments, a film which follows a group of friends who discover the dark underworld of the ultra-scary, psychosexual horror experience called Blackout, and today we have your first look at the film via the official clip which you can find below. The film stars Josh Randall, Kristjan

[Review] X-Files Has Made Me a Believer Again
Written by Jason McDonald, January 25, 2016
When Fox announced that they were reviving the “X-Files” I had two very strong reactions.  The initial one was obviously excitement.  I grew up on the “X-Files” and was eager to dive back into the world once again.  But then the second reaction began to set in: I started to dread this new season.  Despite

First Clip From Kevin Smith’s Horror Comedy ‘Yoga Hosers’
Written by Jason McDonald, January 24, 2016
Kevin Smith is continuing his journey into the world of horror with his newest film “Yoga Hosers.”  The film looks to be having a bit of fun with Canada as our first clip is dripping with satire, check it out below. “Yoga Hosers” stars Harley Quinn Smith, Lily Rose Melody Depp, Austin Butler, Haley Joel

Christopher Showerman Looks to Experience ‘Terror Tales’
Written by Chris Savage, January 24, 2016
Earlier this month we got wind of a new anthology horror flick from Jimmy Lee Combs, which is entitled Terror Tales. As always, we jumped straight on that as we freakin’ love anthologies, plus the film is set to star horror legend Lynn Lowry, so how could we not share it with you guys! Anyway, we

‘The Russian Sleep Experiment’ Expands into a Feature Film
Written by Chris Savage, January 23, 2016
In November of last year we ushered in the official trailer for Timothy Smith’s short horror film The Russian Sleep Experiment, a film which is based upon the Creepypasta of the same name. Since that time though, they have been extremely busy, as not only is the short now available for you guys over at Mindplate.tv

‘Amityville: The Awakening’ Sets a New Release Date
Written by Chris Savage, January 23, 2016
Well, Franck Khalfoun’s Amityville: The Awakening has had a few misfires. The film, believe it or not, was initially set for a release on January 2, 2015, then it got pushed back to April 15, 2016 and now its moved slightly closer for a April 1, 2016 release date. We’ll see how long this lasts, but I’m

Fox Orders Pilot for ‘Exorcist’ TV Series
Written by Jason McDonald, January 23, 2016
Hey everybody, jump into my time machine! We’re going for a ride down memory lane.  Back to 2012 when Facebook hit the stock market and a young artist named PSY took the world by storm with his song “Gangnam Style.” It was a magical time and during that time a young man named Chris Savage

The ‘Underworld’ TV Series is in Development
Written by Chris Savage, January 22, 2016
Back in 2014 we received word in regards to the many Underworld projects, there was the pending fifth Underworld film, a spin-off and even talks of a TV series. While we have no new word on the spin-off or the fifth film, it does appear as if the TV series is gaining some traction. Recently the

First Teaser Poster for Jared Cohn’s ‘6ix’
Written by Chris Savage, January 22, 2016
I’m sure I’m not alone in absolutely loving David Finch’s dark thriller Se7en, for me it came out of nowhere and just blew me away, especially that freakin’ ending! So, it appears as if Jared Cohn is bringing a little slice of Se7en-esque terror with his latest flick 6ix, and we have the official teaser

First Official Teaser Trailer for ‘House Shark’
Written by Chris Savage, January 22, 2016
Back in August of last year, we unleashed some truly killer artwork for Ron Bonk’s latest flick House Shark, and I for one fell in love. Since then, we have been waiting ever so patiently for more on this one, and thankfully that day has come. Below you will find the first official teaser trailer

Tom Cruise and Sofia Boutella Officially Join ‘The Mummy’
Written by Jason McDonald, January 22, 2016
Last year we first heard the rumblings about Tom Cruise joining Universal’s reboot of their “Mummy” franchise and now it looks like it’s actually going to happen. Universal has announced today that Tom Cruise is set to star in the upcoming “Mummy” film which is set to be directed by Alex Kurtzman.  While we don’t

Robert Englund Hosts ‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ Marathon on the El Rey Network This Valentine’s Day
Written by Chris Savage, January 21, 2016
Who said Valentine’s Day needs to be about chocolates, romantic dinners, and over-priced flowers? It’s about love, right? Well, it caters to us very well as we have a love for horror, and the good folks over at the El Rey Network are going to spoil us something rotten. On Valentine’s Day, February 13th, El

‘Turbo Kid’ Gets Turbo Charged with this Collector’s Edition Blu-ray/DVD Set
Written by Chris Savage, January 21, 2016
You guys in Canada have already got a super sweet Turbo Kid steelbox, which I’m eternally envy of, but for those of you in the States, it appears as if you’re getting something just as sweet. While it may not come in a steelbox, it comes in some pretty awesome packaging. Check it out below and

‘Terminator 2’ No Longer on Paramount’s Release Schedule
Written by Jason McDonald, January 21, 2016
I guess this time he won’t be back.  Boom, nailed it.  The future of the “Terminator” franchise is a little uncertain today as Paramount has pulled the sequel off their schedule of upcoming releases. Before “Terminator: Genisys” hit theaters Paramount had planned to turn the quasi-reboot into a new trilogy of films and even cemented a

David Bruckner Reveals What his ‘Friday the 13th’ Film Would’ve Been
Written by Jason McDonald, January 21, 2016
Late last year we learned that director David Bruckner was moving off of the “Friday the 13th” film after progress on the project seemed to hit another standstill.  And while we may never get to see Bruckner’s vision for the film, we can at least know what he was planning. In an interview with Fangoria

Kane Hodder Lends His Killing Expertise to ‘Friday the 13th: The Game’
Written by Jason McDonald, January 21, 2016
A lot of components go in to making a video game, many of which people never even consider.  For example, many people probably think that everything they’re seeing on created was created entirely by a man sitting a computer.  And that can be the case, but a lot of what you’re seeing might’ve started off

‘Mortal Kombat XL’ Announced and Coming This March
Written by Jason McDonald, January 20, 2016
If you’ve been holding off on buying “Mortal Kombat X” because you knew there was an inevitable “game of the year” edition coming at some point, then your time in the sun is finally here. Warner Bros has announced that “Mortal Kombat XL” will be arriving on March 1, 2016 and will feature every single

You Want Depravity? Severin Films Unleashes ‘The Sinful Dwarf’ onto Blu-ray
Written by Chris Savage, January 20, 2016
I know some of you like a few movies that are filled with depravity, and, well, they don’t get any more depraved than Vidal Raski’s 1973-flick The Sinful Dwarf. It’s dirty, depraved, sleazy, and it’s definitely not for everyone. But, if you need this for your collection, now is the time as Severin Films is unleashing the

New Official Trailer for William Brent Bell’s ‘The Boy’
Written by Chris Savage, January 20, 2016
Making its way to theatres this Friday, January 22, 2016, is William Brent Bell’s The Boy, and I have to say I’m really intrigued by this one. Knowing my luck I’ll be let down, but I’ve got a really good feeling about this. Please, William Brent Bell, don’t let me down. If you too are looking

‘Orphanage’ Director J.A. Bayona Rumored to Be in Lead for ‘Jurassic World 2’ Job
Written by Jason McDonald, January 20, 2016
Ever since “The Orphanage” released in 2007 I’ve been waiting for director J.A. Bayona to break out in the states, but now it seems like his big chance might come with a major blockbuster. Deadline is reporting that J.A. Bayona is currently a frontrunner for the daunting task of sitting in the director’s chair for