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[Trailer] DVD Heads ‘Southbound’ This May
Written by Chris Savage, March 22, 2016
We LOVE anthology flicks around these parts, so it brings us great pleasure to announce that the team behind V/H/S have another anthology film up their sleeves, and it’s entitled Southbound, better yet, it’s making its way to DVD this May 17, 2016. Head on down below for all the details you need, including the

Michael Ealy Joins ‘Jacob’s Ladder’ Reboot
Written by Jason McDonald, March 21, 2016
It’s been a long while since we heard anything about the “Jacob’s Ladder” remake, but it looks like the project is still moving along.  We first learned that the classic supernatural thriller was getting a remake way back in 2013, but at the time we only knew that the project had a writer.  Now we

Official Teaser Trailer for ‘Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories’
Written by Chris Savage, March 21, 2016
Earlier in the month we received word that a sequel to last year’s highly acclaimed horror anthology Volumes of Blood, was on the horizon, and we ushered in the early details and that was that. But today, we have your first official look at Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories, and it already looks freakin’ brutal! Care

Are the ‘Killer Klowns from Outer Space’ Heading for TV?
Written by Chris Savage, March 21, 2016
I used to think that I was alone in my love for Stephen Chiodo’s 1988 flick Killer Klowns from Outer Space, but I’ve found out that many have a soft spot for this one, and maybe you do too? Well, over the years we have heard numerous rumblings regarding a sequel to the film, but as

The New ‘Children of the Corn’ Movie is a ‘Runaway’
Written by Chris Savage, March 21, 2016
As you’re well aware, a new Children of the Corn movie is reportedly in production via Dimension Films, and everything seems to be top-secret. But, our friends over at Bloody-Disgusting have done a little digging and have unearthed some new details from the latest installment. According to the site, the new movie is reportedly titled Children

SGL Entertainment Unleashes ‘The Last American Horror Show’ Onto Home Video
Written by Chris Savage, March 21, 2016
We have just received word via our good friends over at SGL Entertainment, that they have recently acquired The Last American Horror Show. The film comprises of three stories from director Michael S. Rodriguez, they include; Night of the Sea Monkey, Lamb Feed and Homewrecked. SGL Entertainment will unleash the collection on home video in 2017. Read

A Demonic Unicorn Stalks a Cabin in the Woods in ‘Tarnation’
Written by Chris Savage, March 20, 2016
THIS is why I freakin’ love this genre! One minute you’re talking about a serious horror flick, then suddenly you’re reading about something that features a demon unicorn! I mean it’s just awesome, and there is nothing else quite like it. So, you ready to go back to that cabin in the woods? If so, brace

New Official Artwork for ‘Zombinatrix’ – Plus Patty Mullen Is Attached to Star!
Written by Chris Savage, March 20, 2016
As soon as we heard of Michael Kyne and Bianca Allaine’s upcoming feature film Zombinatrix, we fell instantly in love. I mean, what’s not to love about a dominatrix who comes back from the dead to take revenge? It just has awesome written all over it, and want to know what else is awesome? Well,

‘Marilyn: Zombie Hunter’ Casts Krista Grotte
Written by Chris Savage, March 19, 2016
It’s been a little while since we had an update for you in regards to Thomas J. Churchill’s highly anticipated flick Marilyn: Zombie Hunter, but news has come that horror vixen Krista Grotte (Illusions, Lazarus: Apocalypse, Nation’s Fire; pictured right) will star in the upcoming film, and we’re freakin’ stoked! Krista is utterly stunning, and she is carving

A Sequel to ‘I Come in Peace’ May Finally Be in the Works
Written by Jason McDonald, March 19, 2016
This is a shocking bit of news, but it looks like a sequel to “I Come in Peace” may be in the works.  Nothing official has been announced yet, but a certain alien drug dealer seems to be back in the game.  And if you can’t trust your intergalactic drug dealer, who you can you

[Trailer] Blake Lively Takes on a Shark in ‘The Shallows’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 19, 2016
It’s been a hot minute since we’ve seen a normal shark movie.  I’m talking about the kind of shark that doesn’t have two heads, lives in a tornado, or requires an exorcism. Just a straight up shark that swims in the water doing shark stuff and occasionally biting people. “The Shallows” is taking shark films back

Something’s Coming in New Official ‘Baskin’ Clip
Written by Chris Savage, March 18, 2016
We cannot wait for Can Evrenol’s Baskin, this film definitely has something and we’re just chomping at the bit to get some more. So, while we wait for the film to be released later this month, we have scored a brand new clip from the upcoming film, which features something in the shadows. Care to have

Scream Factory Chomps Down On a ‘Bite’ Release Date
Written by Chris Savage, March 18, 2016
Ever since I first got a glimpse at Chad Archibald’s latest flick Bite, I’ve been chomping at the bit to watch this sucker in its entirety, but sadly there was a phase of complete silence… Until now! It has been revealed that the folks over at Scream Factory are set to unleash the gut-wrenching body horror

[Trailer] Boy Bands Reunite to Take on Zombies in The Asylum’s ‘Dead 7’
Written by Chris Savage, March 18, 2016
And just like that, the official trailer has landed for Danny Roew’s Dead 7, which features a slew of 90s boy band members has landed, and believe it or not, it doesn’t look half bad. In fact, I’m sure I’ll be checking this sucker out, but what about you? Hit up the trailer below and let

First Teaser Trailer for ‘The Gracefield Incident’
Written by Chris Savage, March 18, 2016
I know many of you have grown tired of the whole POV-style, but there appears as if there is still a little gas left in the tank as Mathieu Ratthe’s latest flick The Gracefield Incident looks awesome! The film is seen through the perspective of a prosthetic eye, which has a camera embedded inside, and the

‘Dr. Giggles’ Actor Larry Drake Has Passed Away at the Age of 66
Written by Jason McDonald, March 18, 2016
Horror has lost another familiar face today.  Actor Larry Drake, who had numerous roles on television and the big screen, has passed away today the age of 66. Larry’s acting career started in the early 70s with bit parts in television and film until he landed the breakout role of Benny on the TV series

‘They’re Watching’ Through This New Official Poster
Written by Chris Savage, March 17, 2016
On the off-chance you missed this one last time, here comes a horror flick from the folks that wrote Call of Duty: Black Ops II and Spongebob Squarepants, and as such, Micah Wright and Jay Lender’s They’re Watching looks utterly awesome, completely off the walls, and just our cup of tea I think. So, how about

Joston Theney’s #Sinning Works Acquires the Supernatural Film ‘Viktorville’
Written by Chris Savage, March 17, 2016
We here have been following Joston “El Rey” Theney’s career for as long as we can remember, and that includes his production shingle #Sinning Works. In the past, films under the #Sinning Works banner were only written and directed by Theney, but, he is on the lookout for films which fit his brand and it appears

‘The Witch’ Summons a Home Video Release This May
Written by Chris Savage, March 16, 2016
You cannot believe how hard it has been to try to stay away from spoilers for Robert Eggers’ The Witch, but I’ve done it, and now the wait for the home video release. So, I know many of you have seen this and LOVED it and some just didn’t like it, but how many of you

Is John Gulager Directing a New ‘Children of the Corn’ Sequel?
Written by Chris Savage, March 16, 2016
As is often the case, history tends to repeat itself and it certainly appears as if that is the case. You guys remember when Hellraiser: Revelations was rushed into production back in 2010, right? Well, you may also remember that Dimension Films also put a new Children of the Corn movie into production, which was