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‘Beware the Moon’ Book Expands on the ‘American Werewolf in London’ Documentary
Written by Chris Savage, April 26, 2016
John Landis’ movie An American Werewolf in London, is one of those films that we all love, admire and adore, the film pops up in all kinds of ‘Best Of’ lists and it just goes to show how much of an impact the film has had on all of us. So when Paul Davis unleashed

New Official Stills from ‘Red Billabong’
Written by Chris Savage, April 25, 2016
We’ve been keeping our eyes on Luke Sparke’s latest flick Red Billabong, for quite a while now, and we’ve been hooked ever since. But how about you? If you’d like more we have your back as we have scored a slew of stills from the upcoming flick and you can check them out below. We’ve also supplied

Rhapsody of Fire Injects Metal into ‘Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter’
Written by Chris Savage, April 25, 2016
What’s more metal than steel robots? It’s killer robots with a generous helping of heavy metal, and Neil Johnson’s latest flick Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter, has managed to combine the two thanks to the inclusion of Italian symphonic power metal band Rhapsody of Fire! This one is going to be epic! Head on down below for the

[Short Film Review] ‘Heir’
Written by Chris Savage, April 23, 2016
We here have been following Richard Powell’s Heir for as long as we can remember, as the short film comes from Fatal Pictures, who certainly have an eye for all things horror. So, when we got the opportunity to check out the fourth short from Fatal Pictures, we jumped at the chance. Now, as Heir is

New Official Trailer for ‘Independence Day: Resurgence’
Written by Chris Savage, April 23, 2016
It’s etching ever closer and I for one am pretty stoked for Independence Day: Resurgence, but how about you? Well, check out the brand new trailer below and see what you make of it? But quick question, does Brent Spiner who plays Dr. Brakish Okun even age? I swear he looks EXACTLY the same as he did

[Trailer] First Look at the Creature Feature ‘Arachnicide’
Written by Chris Savage, April 22, 2016
Are you after more giant tarantula movies? If that’s the case, head on down below as we have this sucker which is sure to fill your need for some arachnid horror! From Paolo Bertola comes his latest flick Arachnicide, and we have the official trailer, poster and details for the upcoming film. Let us know what

Zack Ward’s ‘Restoration’ Finds a Home with Uncork’d Entertainment
Written by Chris Savage, April 22, 2016
We have just received word that Zack Ward’s latest flick Restoration has scored distribution via the folks over at Uncork’d Entertainment, and we have all the details you need pertaining to the release. Also, you will find the official trailer and artwork below, see what you make of this one? From the Press Release: Despite

Full Official Trailer for ‘Unearthed & Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary’
Written by Chris Savage, April 21, 2016
Well here it is! The official trailer for John Campopiano and Justin White’s long-awaited documentary Unearthed & Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary has finally arrived, and we have the goods for you below. The documentary has been five years in the making and it appears as if they have pulled out all the stops, this is what

‘Mark of the Witch’ Makes a Date This June
Written by Chris Savage, April 20, 2016
From the folks over at Epic Pictures comes Jason Bognacki’s Mark of the Witch (Formerly known as Another), and we have the new official trailer, artwork and details for you to check out below. Also, the film is expected to hit digital and various VOD platforms this June 6, 2016, yep, 6/6/16. It look like

The ‘Twilight Zone’ is Being Reborn as an Interactive Experience
Written by Jason McDonald, April 19, 2016
“You unlock this door with the key of imagination.  Beyond it is another dimension…” and soon we’ll be stepping into another dimension as the “Twilight Zone” is set to become an interactive experience. CBS has announced that they are partnering with interactive-video company Interlude for a “Twilight Zone” revival that’ll take the series in an

New Official Photos from ‘The Horde’
Written by Chris Savage, April 19, 2016
We here are super stoked for Jared Cohn’s The Horde. It looks seriously good, on account that we have a thing for blood-thirsty mutated humans, we’ve all got a fetish, right? So, if you guys missed the trailer last time, we have kindly added it again along with a slew of photos courtesy of October Coast, check

New Details & Photos Emerge from the ‘Death House’
Written by Chris Savage, April 19, 2016
We’ve been following Harrison Smith’s Death House for as long as we can remember, and for good reason. The film is filled to the brim with genre talent, plus the screenplay is based on an original story by the late Gunnar Hansen! I’m sure they team behind Death House will do Gunner proud, so, care to learn

J.A Bayona Signs on to Direct ‘Jurassic World 2’
Written by Jason McDonald, April 19, 2016
Earlier this year we shared with you the rumor that director Juan Antonio Bayona was in talks to direct “Jurassic World 2.”  It’s been nearly four months since we first heard those rumors, but now it looks like things are finally in motion for this bit of news to be confirmed. It was revealed today

‘Insidious Chapter 4’ is in the Works at Sony
Written by Jason McDonald, April 19, 2016
Whether or not you enjoyed the last installment in the “Insidious” series, it seemed like it was only a matter of time before a new sequel was announced.  While I thought “Insidious: Chapter 3” was an alright addition to the franchise, the film did very well at the box office.  So it makes sense that

[Review] ‘Hush’ Puts a New Twist on Slasher Tropes
Written by Jason McDonald, April 18, 2016
Normally when a new horror film makes its debut at a festival we have to wait months or even years (in the case of the “Green Infernos”) before we can see it.  However, this time around we didn’t have too long to wait.  Even before it’s debut at SXSW Netflix announced that it would release

SGL Entertainment and SRS Cinema Join Forces for Two Exclusive VHS Releases
Written by Chris Savage, April 18, 2016
VHS, man. Even with all this technology and advancement in picture quality, there is still something really appealing about VHS, maybe it’s the size, or the box-art, but mainly, for me, it’s the anticipation. You can’t skip to a scene, you watch and you enjoy, and the folks over at SGL Entertainment have teamed up with

I’d Buy That for a Dollar! – ‘RoboDoc’ Looks at the Creation of ‘RoboCop’
Written by Chris Savage, April 16, 2016
I absolutely love Paul Verhoeven’s RoboCop, I like it so much that I watch it at least once a month, and for me it still holds up extremely well to this very day. Everything from the score, the stop-motion effects, the casting and the excessive violence, RoboCop is everything you want in a movie and more. So,

Jason Statham is in Talks to Star in ‘Meg’
Written by Jason McDonald, April 15, 2016
World renowned badass Jason Statham has faced many opponents in his long film career, but now he’ll be taking on a whole new beast.  If things work out we could be seeing Jason Statham take on a giant shark. According to Deadline Jason Statham (“Furious 7”) is in talks with Warner Bros. to star in

First Trailer for Nicolas Winding Refn’s ‘The Neon Demon’
Written by Jason McDonald, April 15, 2016
Director Nicolas Winding Refn is back with a new feature film and this time he’s taking his unique visual style into the world of horror.  Refn previously directed the critical darling “Drive” and the polarizing “Only God Forgives”, but now he’s back with “The Neon Demon.” According to Deadline “‘The Neon Demon’ tells a story about

[Trailer] The King of Monsters Returns in ‘Godzilla Resurgence’
Written by Chris Savage, April 14, 2016
Well, this was a very nice surprise this morning, and I’m freakin’ stoked for more! The king of monsters is back and it’s back in a BIG way, Godzilla is towering, it looks menacing and back to basics, which we love around these parts. Shinji Higuchi and Hideaki Anno’s is the 29th Godzilla film and the