New Teaser Trailer & Poster for Sendero
Written by Chris Savage, October 8, 2014
Are you guys on the hunt for a new survival horror film? Well, we may just have you covered as we have just scored a brand new teaser trailer and poster for Lucio A. Rojas’ Chilean horror flick Path (Sendero). The last time we heard anything on this one was way back in 2012, so we’re glad

Watch Episode 5 of Zombie with a Shotgun
Written by Chris Savage, October 8, 2014
Well my friends, this is a blast from the past. Well over a year ago we received word of an interesting little web-series entitled Zombie with a Shotgun from Hilton Ariel Ruiz. At that time we were able to showcase four episodes from the web-series which certainly showed potential and promise. Sadly, shortly after that it

‘American Horror Story’ New Companion Series ‘American Crime Story’ Focuses On Real Criminal Cases
Written by Stephanie Joyce, October 8, 2014
With all of its incredible success and quickly entering into its fourth season, creator/producer of American Horror Story Ryan Murphy will now helm a companion piece series that will highlight one high-profile criminal case every season. Enter American Crime Story which is already in the works and for the first season, as reported by Rolling

Cannibal Holocaust Returns to Theatres!
Written by Chris Savage, October 8, 2014
One of the most controversial films of all time, if not the most controversial is making its way back to the big-screen across the United States! Yep, and just in time for Halloween. The film will be shown in its original uncut version, the way it was meant to be seen, and if some of

Visual Effects Have A Wicked Face In “The Knick”
Written by Stephanie Joyce, October 8, 2014
Has anyone been catching up with Cinemax’s new show The Knick starring Clive Owen? As reported by Variety, the show the original drama series is set in New York’s Knickbocker Hospital in 1900, tracks the life and work of pioneering surgeons and staff who push the boundaries of medicine before the age of antibiotics –

New Clip & Featurette from Dracula Untold
Written by Chris Savage, October 7, 2014
The goods continue to pour in for Dracula Untold, as we have scored yet another clip and a little featurette for you guys to check out below, that is if you guys are still looking forward to this one? I’m not exactly stoked for this one, but I’m still willing to check it out although

First Poster & Trailer for ‘Refuge’
Written by Chris Savage, October 7, 2014
Making its way to this years Toronto After Dark Film Festival is Andrew Robertson’s Refuge. If you guys are at the festival, you can catch this one on October 22nd ant 7PM. Now I know, we all love a bit of post-apocalyptic horror and not all of us can make it to the wonders of Toronto

The Final Trailer for Alien: Isolation
Written by Chris Savage, October 7, 2014
After months of wondering and hoping, SEGA’s Alien: Isolation is finally upon us. But, the question still remains, is this the Alien game that we have all been waiting for? I’d like to say yes and certainly hope it is, and while many sites are praising the game, a few seem to be quite negative, so

The Walking Dead Renewed for Sixth Season Next October
Written by Chris Savage, October 7, 2014
As if there was any doubt! Just days away from the arrival of season 5 of The Walking Dead, comes word that AMC has renewed The Walking Dead for a sixth season according to Variety. I mean the show has been the highest rated show in cable television history, and it just continues to dominate with

Fright Night 30th Anniversary Blu-ray Hits This January
Written by Chris Savage, October 7, 2014
Wow. Really? Can you guys believe it has been nearly 30 years since Tom Holland’s seminal classic Fright Night was released? I can remember the first time I witnessed this one, I was pretty young to be fair and my Dad let me watch it with him, like he did many horror films. On viewing

Get Ready to Purge Again with ‘The Purge 3′
Written by Jason McDonald, October 7, 2014
Yup, that’s right.  The micro-budget horror/thriller continues to prove to be a safe bet for Universal and Blumhouse Productions and, as such, it would appear that we’re getting another sequel to “The Purge.” Deadline revealed today that Universal is gearing up for another “Purge” film and has tapped writer/director James DeMonaco to return again to

First Official ‘Cub’ Poster Inside
Written by Chris Savage, October 6, 2014
One film that has been setting the genre on fire is Jonas Govaerts’ Cub [See Flay's 4-star review], the film looks freakin’ awesome and has been garnering huge buzz and admiration from fans and critics alike. From what I’ve seen this one plays out like Friday the 13th, but much different. It has a Jason Voorhees feel

‘I Am Legend’ Reboot in the Works
Written by Jason McDonald, October 6, 2014
Are you aching for some new “I Am Legend” after that last remake?  I didn’t think it was a horrible movie, in fact, I would say the director’s cut was actually good.  But I think I’ve had my fill on that particular story.  However, it would seem that Warner Bros thinks the world is ready for

Top 5 Subway Horror Movies
Written by Drew, October 6, 2014
I’ve never been on a big subway. I was recently reading some Clive Barker and there was something about the way he described how creepy they could be that it got me thinking about subway themed horror movies. So here are my top 5. Maybe you’ve seen them all, maybe you haven’t. 5.) Raw Meat

25 Greatest Family Halloween Movies Of All Time
Written by Herner Klenthur, October 5, 2014
Time for another edition of You Voted which is easily one of my favorite editorials we do on site.  This go around we asked our community on Facebook what your favorite Halloween Movies are that are safe for the whole family. We will of course do a followup piece later on the Best Halloween Horror

Important Observations from Binging the Entire SAW Series
Written by Ben Mueller, October 5, 2014
The original Saw celebrates its 10-year anniversary this Halloween, with a special midnight rerelease of the film that launched the most successful horror franchise of all time. That’s ten years of getting “Hello Zepp” stuck in your head, not understanding about a million plot flashbacks, and wondering just what the hell Cary Elwes was doing with himself, both on

Open Windows 2014 Movie Review, Fantastic Fest
Written by Flay Otters, October 5, 2014
Spanish director Nacho Vigalondo has an interesting and wildly diverse book of business when it comes the genre films. From his bendy-twisty Timecrimes (2007) to the slight and charming Extraterrestrial (2011) to shorts in both the first ABC’s of Death (‘A is for Apocalypse’) and the newest V/H/S Viral (‘Parallel Monsters’) – Vigalondo seems to

You Voted: The Greatest Horror Genre Icons
Written by Herner Klenthur, October 4, 2014
We recently asked our readers to vote on the greatest horror icons of all time. Our question was very open-ended and we did not specify director, actor, writer or other. We left it entirely up to you our readers to choose what came to mind when we asked ‘Great Horror Icons’ We received thousands of

Annabelle (2014) Movie Review
Written by Flay Otters, October 4, 2014
It is tricky to put your finger on exactly what doesn’t work, on the whole, with John R. Leonetti’s Annabelle because it isn’t one glaring issue. It isn’t the whole of the script, it isn’t the actors themselves, it isn’t the art direction (which is amazing) or the look of the film – it just kind

Halloween Horror Movie Marathon Suggestions
Written by Herner Klenthur, October 4, 2014
It’s Halloween which means its our favorite time of the year where we have all kinds of bonus reasons to do nothing but watch copious amounts of horror movies. Sitting down and building a list of excellent Halloween horror movies is no simple task. Just limiting the list to under 50 films is a challenge