New US Trailer for ‘It Follows’
Written by Jason McDonald, December 19, 2014
There are probably two movies that are getting a lot of discussion in the horror communities.  The first of which is “The Babadook” and the second is this film, “It Follows.”  There’s some pretty strong buzz going for both films, though I haven’t seen either.  Our own Flay Otters did see “It Follows” and he

There’s An ‘Alien Rising’ This January
Written by Chris Savage, December 18, 2014
Currently available of various VOD outlets is Breaking Glass Pictures and Pathfinder Films’ release of Dana Schroeder’s Alien Rising, and if you guys are interested in this one but perhaps prefer to have a physical copy, you can grab this one on DVD this January 20, 2015. From the Press Release: Breaking Glass Pictures and Pathfinder Films

Cronenberg’s ‘The Fly’ Continues in New Comic Book Sequel
Written by Chris Savage, December 18, 2014
When ever anyone tells me that remakes suck, I go tell them to check out David Cronenberg’s The Fly. It is quite possibly the greatest remake ever, although there are a slew of others fighting for that title. But for me, The Fly is one film that I love dearly, and while we have heard

[Horror Short] NOKA: Keeper of Worlds
Written by Chris Savage, December 17, 2014
We love horror shorts around these parts. They’re little slices of pure awesomeness which often show a ton of potential. Sure, from time to time a short turns up with no conviction and it simply falls flat, but more often than not they deliver, and they deliver very well. That brings us to Shaun Escayg’s

Robert Englund’s Phantom of the Opera Hits Blu-ray
Written by Chris Savage, December 17, 2014
Any fans here of Dwight H. Little’s The Phantom of the Opera, which stars the one and only Robert Englund? I’m sure there are a ton of you, so I’m pretty sure you will be stoked to here that the flick is finally making its way to Blu-ray and the guys over at Scream Factory are unleashing

Could a Remake of ‘The Craft’ Be in the Works?
Written by Jason McDonald, December 17, 2014
This is so far in the “probably not happening” category, that it barely warrants mentioning.  However, it’s a topic that keeps coming up every now and then and so we might as well mention it in case this all finally leads to something. Dread Central got an interesting tip today from a reader who was taking

Until Dawn Releases Seven Minutes of Demo Footage
Written by Jason McDonald, December 17, 2014
If you wanted to see even more of that demo that was briefly showcased during the past Playstation Experience event, then Sony has you covered with a seven minute long video which takes you through the entire demo that was shown. I’m not sure how I feel about “Until Dawn” as an actual game.  The

The Walking Dead Spin-Off Will Be Set in Los Angeles
Written by Jason McDonald, December 17, 2014
How do you differentiate your zombie show set in the south from it’s new counterpart? By moving it to the west coast apparently.  It looks like the new “Walking Dead” companion series will be set in the modern day disaster zone of beautiful Los Angeles. TVLine broke the news today that AMC is planning to set

First Official Trailer for Shark Killer
Written by Chris Savage, December 16, 2014
Other these past few years we have been absolutely inundated with shark movies. They’re in the sea, on the land, in the sand, in the snow and even in freakin’ tornadoes! They are absolutely everywhere, so with so many sharks what does one do? Well, they enlist the Shark Killer, and brings us to this

DmC Definitive Edition Announced for PS4 and XBox One
Written by Jason McDonald, December 16, 2014
While this new console generation attempts to find its footing and get moving, more and more publishers are latching on to the hot new trend of “definitive editions” to get them through these early stages.  The latest title to get the “definitive” treatment is probably the oldest of the bunch so far, having been released

New Official Poster from the Army of Frankensteins
Written by Chris Savage, December 16, 2014
We here have been following Ryan Bellgardt’s Army of Frankensteins, ever since we heard of its inception, and we are extremely glad to hear that the film has been racking up all sorts of awards during its festival run, a run that is still continuing. So, while we wait ever patiently for word on its

J.K. Simmons Heads to ‘Kong: Skull Island’
Written by Jason McDonald, December 16, 2014
“Skull Island” recently got a name change and a new release date, but it’s also getting itself a new cast member.  The film’s new title is “Kong: Skull Island”, which doesn’t flow as nicely as the original title, and is set to premiere on March 10th, 2017.  However, even with a release date so far

[Horror Short] ‘Daddy Christmas’ Unleashes the Horror
Written by Chris Savage, December 15, 2014
Ten days. Just ten freakin’ days until Christmas day! Where the heck has this year gone? It only feels as if we was celebrating Halloween just yesterday, but alas, it is not to be true. But, even though we’re getting in the festive spirit that doesn’t mean to say that the horror stops. Far from

[NSFW Trailer] It’s a Bouquet of Guts and Gore in American Guinea Pig
Written by Chris Savage, December 14, 2014
I’m sure you guys remember the Japanese Guinea Pig films, most notably the Flower of Flesh & Blood? Well, it’s now time for the film to get Americanized. But, hold the phone, don’t go thinking that this will be some PG-13 remake filled with a ton of CGI and completely ignoring everything that made the

Official Trailer for the Invasion of the Undead
Written by Chris Savage, December 13, 2014
Some people agree with crowdfunding and then some don’t. Me, I think it’s an excellent platform especially for those we such vision and passion for what they do and we love nothing more than hearing of a crowdfunded success story. So, we bring you today the official trailer for Torey Haas’ indie flick Invasion of the

The 10 Best Ray Harryhausen Creations
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, December 13, 2014
Last year, the world of science fiction, fantasy, and horror lost one of its greats when at age 92, visual effects maestro Ray Harryhausen passed away. But while he may be gone, he’s far from forgotten. In honor of the man who inspired the imaginations of countless fans, here are the 10 Best Ray Harryhausen

[Trailer] Growing Up With I Spit On Your Grave
Written by Chris Savage, December 13, 2014
Is it wrong to say that you like such films as I Spit On Your Grave and The Last House on the Left? Because lets be honest, they are freakin’ brutal, maybe tame in this day and age in some people’s view but I have to say that I love them both. I think it’s

SEGA’s ‘Altered Beast’ to Receive the Big-Screen Treatment!
Written by Chris Savage, December 12, 2014
Now this I would love to see! According to our friends over at Variety, SEGA is looking to turn more of its video-games into various forms of entertainment, be it television or film, and some of the games that are looking to receive some of this treatment is Altered Beast and Golden Axe! SEGA has

The ABCs of Death 2 Hits Home Video This February
Written by Chris Savage, December 12, 2014
I’m still pretty damn stoked to check this one out, but at the same time I am highly skeptical due to many of you disliking this one. So, is it as bad as some say? I really liked the first installment, so if it’s anything like that I will be happy, and if you too

New Official ‘Killers’ Trailer Inside
Written by Chris Savage, December 11, 2014
It has certainly took its time, but finally the Mo Brothers’ Killers is making its way Stateside and we have scored a brand new trailer for you to check out. Just having Gareth Evans (The Raid) and the Mo Brothers working together on thef ilm is surely more than enough to get you guys interested in