In a Lonely Place [Review]
Written by Chris Savage, March 6, 2017
I’m sure Davide Montecchi’s In a Lonely Place will divide a few of you, and as I’m writing this I’m still trying to process my head around this one. In a Lonely Place is without question a beautifully shot film, it has this sort of melancholy enchantment about it and it simply draws you in. It’s

New Official Photos Have Arrived from ‘Anders Manor’
Written by Chris Savage, March 6, 2017
Thanks to Woodhaven Media, we have scored a slew of stills from Jon Schermerhorn’s latest flick, Anders Manor, and you can check them out below along with the official trailer. Give them a look and let us know if this is something you’ll be keeping an eye out for? I know I will as this sucker stars

Official Trailer & Poster Has Arrived for ‘Swamp Freak’
Written by Chris Savage, March 5, 2017
Emerging from the murky depths of the wetlands comes David DeCoteau’s latest flick, Swamp Freak, and thanks to Avery for the heads-up, we have for you the official trailer and poster for the movie below. Check them out and let us know if you’ll be keeping an eye on this old-school monster movie? The film stars Helene

[NSFW Trailer] ‘Attacked On Set’ Hits Blu-ray & DVD
Written by Chris Savage, March 4, 2017
From Tom Novell (Return of the Skin Eaters) comes his latest film, Attacked On Set, and we can reveal that the film will be unleashed on a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack this March 21st. Check out the NSFW trailer and all the details below and let us know if this is something you’ll be checking out? From

First Trailer for Tom Holland’s ‘Rock Paper Dead’
Written by Chris Savage, March 3, 2017
The first teaser trailer for Tom Holland’s latest film, Rock Paper Dead, has arrived and we have the goods for you below. Who’s looking forward to see what Mr. Holland has for us this time? I’m stoked, and mightily intrigued by this one. The film is written by Kerry Fleming and Victor Miller, with Tom Holland

Documentary Series ‘Untold Horror’ Will Dive Into the Horror Movies that Never Were
Written by Jason McDonald, March 3, 2017
The only thing I find more fascinating than the movies we currently have are the ones that we’ll never be.  There are countless movie projects out there that either died on the vine, never came into existence, or were actually filmed and just never released.  And now a new documentary series is looking to explore

Is Tobin Bell Back for ‘Saw: Legacy’? Check Out the First Details for the New ‘Saw’ Film
Written by Jason McDonald, March 3, 2017
Remember when “Saw” ended and we all knew it would never ever come back?  Yeah, those were a good couple of years.  Thankfully the long “Saw” drought is over and we’ve finally got a new “Saw” film to look forward too.  But after seven films and numerous traps, where do you take the series from

Adam K [Review]
Written by Chris Savage, March 2, 2017
Joston Theney is certainly no stranger around these parts especially with his slasher flicks Axeman and Axeman 2: Overkill, but what brings his name to our attention today is his latest offering, Adam K. It’s a little different from his previous efforts as it comes off more as a thriller, but it still has that slasher vibe

‘Elvira: Mistress of the Dark’ Finally Hits Blu-ray This April
Written by Chris Savage, March 2, 2017
It is finally happening, James Signorelli’s Elvira: Mistress of the Dark will be receiving the Blu-ray treatment, and thanks to Entertainment Weekly, we have the first official details and it sounds awesome! Read on and let us know if you’ll be looking to pick up a copy? The upcoming Blu-ray release of the film will come

‘Donnie Darko’ Returns to Theatres to Celebrate its 15th Anniversary
Written by Chris Savage, March 2, 2017
Last year, well, December to be precise, Richard Kelly’s Donnie Darko was re-released in UK cinemas on December 23rd, and grossed £70,000. Now it appears as if it is your turn as Donnie Darko will be re-released in limited theatres in the States beginning this March 31st in 4K. Venues will be given the option of the theatrical

The First ‘Zombie with a Shotgun’ Comic Has Arrived
Written by Chris Savage, March 1, 2017
We’ve been following Hilton Ariel Ruiz’ Zombie with a Shotgun movie for quite some time, a film which we are told will hit this May 2017, and we’re pretty intrigued to see how it turns out. But, while we wait for the feature, the first installment of the comic book adaptation of the film has arrived

[Trailer] ‘Alien: Covenant’ Unleashes a Full Length Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, March 1, 2017
With a new “Alien” film just a few months away we’ve had a lot of new “Alien” content to talk about.  A few days ago we had a short film that introduced us to the doomed crew of the Covenant and now we’ve got ourselves a full-length trailer. Releasing on May 19th “Alien: Covenant” follows

‘The Abduction of Jennifer Grayson’ Hits DVD This March
Written by Chris Savage, February 28, 2017
We have just received word that Wild Eye Releasing will be unleashing Corynn Egreczky’s feature debut, The Abduction of Jennifer Grayson, onto DVD this March 28th. And it looks like it might be something worth a watch. I was going to hype up Tommy Dreamer (ECW, WWE) but couldn’t spot him in the trailer unfortunately. Anyway,

‘Sheborg Massacre’ Invades Australian Home Video This April
Written by Chris Savage, February 28, 2017
We’ve been keeping a close eye on Daniel Armstrong’s Sheborg Massacre, as the film looks utterly insane! Anyway, word has come that the film has scored distribution in Australia via Monster Pictures as part of their Fatal Visions label. Check out the details and trailer below, and hopefully it’s not too long before this one makes

Check Out the First Teaser Trailer for Netflix’s New Film ‘Bright’
Written by Jason McDonald, February 27, 2017
If you were watching the Oscars tonight you might have caught a glimpse at the upcoming Netflix film “Bright.”  If you had better things to do, well, we’ve got you covered down below. “Bright” comes by way of director David Ayer whose last film was the Oscar-winning movie “Suicide Squad.”  I kid you not, it

Bill Paxton has Passed Away at the Age of 61
Written by Jason McDonald, February 27, 2017
There are certain people in cinema that just seem immortal.  They’ve been around forever and have done so many films that seeing them on the big screen just feels natural and it’s hard to imagine them not always being there.  For me, Bill Paxton is one of those people and now we live in a

[Review] ‘Get Out’ is an Amazing Blend of Horror and Comedy
Written by Jason McDonald, February 25, 2017
I remember the day when it was announced that “Key and Peele” star Jordan Peele was making his feature length directorial debut with a horror movie.  I was legitimately excited to learn that Peele was a big fan of horror and that he had as much interest in it as he did comedy.  It just

‘The Bye Bye Man’ Hits Blu-ray & DVD Unrated This April
Written by Chris Savage, February 25, 2017
Did you guys get a chance to watch Stacy Title’s The Bye Bye Man when it hit theatres? If so, what did you think? For those of you who didn’t or perhaps those that felt a little disappointed, you may find a second viewing much better as the film is coming home to Blu-ray and

First Official Artwork for Netflix’s ‘Castlevania’
Written by Chris Savage, February 24, 2017
As a kid I LOVED Castlevania on the NES, it was truly an awesome time, but I never even thought of the possibility of the game being adapted into an animated TV show, but now that it is I’m freakin’ stoked! Anyway, Adi Shankar recently shared the beautiful artwork over at his Facebook page and we

[Trailer] Bill Moseley Gets Down with the Clown in ‘Crepitus’
Written by Chris Savage, February 24, 2017
Okay, let me just get this straight. Bill Moseley as a cannibal clown!? Where the heck do we sign up! Well, you can sign up below as the film, Crepitus, currently has an Indiegogo page, so if you’d not only like to help the film become a reality, but also receive some awesome perks, hit