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CBS Cancels ‘BrainDead’ and ‘American Gothic’
Written by Jason McDonald, October 19, 2016
These last few years CBS has found some surprising success with summer television series, but it looks like the network’s new shows didn’t quite heat-up the airwaves this year. CBS announced today that their new shows “BrainDead” and “American Gothic” have been cancelled after their first season.  “BrainDead” was a political comedy about alien brain

First Official Trailer for ‘Redwood’ Has Arrived
Written by Chris Savage, October 18, 2016
I’m pretty sure many of you are a little dubious when it comes to camping anyway thanks to the likes of Jason Voorhees, but of course many of us like to break the rules once in a while and tempt fate. I mean, unless you decide to go to Camp Crystal Lake, you’re pretty much

Mondo Teams with Matt Ryan Tobin for This Awesome ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ Poster
Written by Chris Savage, October 18, 2016
One of the reasons why A Nightmare on Elm Street is still possibly my favorite horror film of all-time, is of course due to the film itself, but also the original artwork. It just emitted awesomeness. And as such, it has spawned a slew of variations with each giving something different from the perspective of

[Review] Criterion Edition of ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’ is a Must for Guillermo del Toro Fans
Written by Jason McDonald, October 18, 2016
Guillermo del Toro’s body of work is one of the few collections of films where I feel hard pressed to think of one I don’t like.  It’s equally challenging to think of one that stands out as my favorite.  However, among the ones that I would consider, I know for certain that “Pan’s Labyrinth” would be among my top contenders for

New Official Trailer for Hiroshi Katagiri’s Creature Feature ‘Gehenna: Where Death Lives’
Written by Chris Savage, October 17, 2016
Well, this looks freakin’ awesome! If you love creature features as much as us, you’re gonna fall head over heels for this sucker. How about a film from Hiroshi Katagiri, which stars Lance Henriksen? Well, make your way below for Gehenna: Where Death Lives, and feast your eyes upon the new official trailer, and be sure to

Official Teaser Trailer for ‘Massacre on Aisle 12’
Written by Chris Savage, October 17, 2016
From Jim Klock and William Mark McCullough comes their latest flick, Massacre on Aisle 12, and it looks like a ton of fun, as all chaos breaks out on Christmas Eve, and it’s every man and woman for themselves. Check out the first official teaser trailer below, and let us know what you make of this

‘Krampus’ is ‘Unleashed’ onto DVD This December
Written by Chris Savage, October 17, 2016
We have just learned that Robert Conway’s (KRAMPUS : THE RECKONING, THE ENCOUNTER) latest flick, Krampus Unleashed, is set to hit DVD this December 13th via Uncork’d Entertainment, and we’ve scored the official trailer, poster and artwork for the upcoming horror-filled festivities! The film is also set to hit VOD on November 1st. From the Press

‘The Dark Stranger’ Hits VOD – Two New Clips Inside
Written by Chris Savage, October 15, 2016
We have just received word that Chris Trebilcock’s psychological thriller, The Dark Stranger, is now available on various VOD platforms in the States via Terror Films, and with that, we’ve scored two official clips for you to check out below. From the Press Release: Terror Films has provided two new clips (“Dangerous Art” & “Bedtime Lurking”) for

‘The Purging Hour’ Has Begun – Official Trailer and Artwork Inside
Written by Chris Savage, October 14, 2016
From Emmanuel Giorgio Sandoval comes his latest flick The Purging Hour (previously known as Home Video), and I can’t help but think I’ve seen this done before, but who knows, maybe they deliver something new and unique? Either way, the film is now available on DVD and you guys can score your copy via Amazon for $13.99.

First Official Trailer & Clip for ‘Meathook Massacre II’
Written by Chris Savage, October 13, 2016
Did you guys ever get a chance to witness Dustin Ferguson’s Meathook Massacre? If not, you can score yourself a copy of the film on VHS right HERE! So, a sequel is on the horizon and it’s aptly titled Meathook Massacre II, and we’ve scored the official trailer and clip from the upcoming film. The film

Momentum Pictures Scores a Deal with ‘The Possession Experiement’
Written by Chris Savage, October 13, 2016
Earlier in the year we ushered in the official poster and trailer for Scott Hansen’s (Texas Chainsaw, Monumental, Until it Hurts) The Possession Experiment, but since then, any and all news had dried up. Well, until today that is. We can reveal that the folks over at Momentum Pictures have acquired the rights to the film, check

‘Don’t Do It!’ – Adam Green’s Annual Halloween Short Has Arrived
Written by Chris Savage, October 13, 2016
Continuing on the yearly tradition, Adam Green and ArieScope have crafted together their Halloween short for this year and it’s a doozy! I’m not going to reveal anything, all I suggest is that you go and take a peek at the video below and let us know what you thought? The short, Don’t Do It!,  stars

Boyd Holbrook in Talks to Replace Benicio Del Toro in new ‘Predator’ Movie
Written by Jason McDonald, October 13, 2016
This is definitely news I don’t know how to feel about.  On one hand we’re losing Benicio Del Toro, but on the other hand we could be getting a talented young actor.  It’s a nice dilemma to have. THR has announced that actor Benicio Del Toro is no longer involved in Shane Black’s upcoming “Predator” film.

‘The Similars’ Find a Home on VOD This November 15th
Written by Chris Savage, October 12, 2016
Isaac Ezban’s The Similars (Los Parecidos), is anything but similar, as this looks utterly original and unique, and as such, we’re pretty damn stoked for this sucker. So, head on down below for the official trailer and poster artwork, and when you’re done with that, be sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

‘Terrordactyl’ Lands on DVD November 1st
Written by Chris Savage, October 12, 2016
For those of you who have had your eye on Terrordactyl from Don Bitters III and Geoff Reisner, are in luck, as we can reveal that the film is making its way to DVD this November 1st, and in celebration of this glorious event, we have a slew of new clips for you to check out

New Official Poster for ‘The Unspoken’
Written by Chris Savage, October 12, 2016
For those of you in the UK, you’ve been able to score this one on DVD since September 5th via Arrow Films, but unfortunately for those of you in the States, you’ve been left out in the cold just wondering when you’ll get a slice of this supernatural pie? Well, today we bring you word

‘Patient Seven’ is Now Available on VOD – Three New Clips Inside
Written by Chris Savage, October 11, 2016
The day has finally arrived. Danny Draven’s horror anthology, Patent Seven, is now available on various VOD platforms via the fine folks over at Terror Films, and in celebration of the release, we’ve scored three more clips to entice you in. Check them out below along with all the details. From the Press Release: Terror

Hell Will Rise in Joel Novoa’s ‘Day of Reckoning’
Written by Chris Savage, October 11, 2016
Demon-like creatures are ascending from hell to feast on all humanity in Joel Novoa’s latest flick Day of Reckoning. The film premiered on the Syfy channel this past Saturday, so did any of you get a chance to catch this one? If not, the film is said to be finding a home on VOD, so as

Robert Englund Shares His Idea for a New ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’
Written by Jason McDonald, October 11, 2016
As of late it seems that Hollywood can’t figure out what to do with their iconic horror villains.  Michael Myers still has a way to go, Jason Voorhees keeps running in circles, and Freddy Krueger has been virtually non-existent since his remake. Perhaps what they need to do is ask the men behind the monsters

[Video] Rick and Negan Have a Little Talk in this Season 7 Preview
Written by Jason McDonald, October 11, 2016
Yeah, I’m still severely annoyed with how Season 6 of “The Walking Dead” ended.  It was a damn near perfect introduction for Negan that was fumbled at the last minute.  That being said, I’m still hoping they can put together a great first episode of season 7 that’ll make up for it.  Judging by this