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[Trailer] ‘House Shark’ Breaks Free into Your Homes
Written by Chris Savage, July 20, 2018
We’ve been following Ron Bonk’s House Shark for quite some time as it’s pretty much off-the-wall bonkers but, we can’t help but be intrigued by the aspect of a shark bursting up through your drainage pipes just as you’re about to take a perch. It’s different. So, we’ve just received word that House Shark will

The Trailer for George R.R. Martin’s ‘Nightflyers’ Has Landed
Written by Chris Savage, July 20, 2018
Nightflyers, based upon George R.R. Martin’s novella of the same name will soon be making its way to the small screen very soon as a trailer for the upcoming series which will hit Syfy in the States and Netflix in the UK has arrived, and it has some serious echoes of Event Horizon. The novel

The Official Trailer Has Arrived for Saban Films’ ‘Mara’
Written by Chris Savage, July 20, 2018
From the folks over at Saban Films comes Clive Tonge’s supernatural horror film Mara, which features a demon that kills its victims as they sleep, and you guys can take a peek via the first official trailer below. The film is expected to hit theatres, On Demand and Digital HD this September 7th. Mara stars Olga Kurylenko​

Soldiers Take on the Undead in the First Trailer for WWII Horror Flick ‘Overlord’
Written by Jason McDonald, July 19, 2018
It’s a supremely generic concept, but there’s something about “Overlord” that has me feeling hopeful that the end product could be a fun romp through a zombie infested warzone. “Overlord” has had a bit of an interesting history as it was first announced as a project from J.J. Abram’s Bad Robot production company.  After a

‘Hell Fest’ Trailer Brings Theme Park Scares to Life
Written by Jason McDonald, July 18, 2018
I’m sure I’m not the only person with this little fear, but while I love horror attractions, I’m always slightly weird that an actual psycho has snuck into a park.  Like think about how dark and crazy things are in your theme park Halloween attraction.  It’s hard to keep track of your friends, let alone

Rob Zombie Reveals a Bootleg Teaser Trailer for ‘Three From Hell’
Written by Jason McDonald, July 15, 2018
When it comes to trailers being shown at special events, it’s the norm to see plenty of cellphone cam footage of the trailer leak out on to the internet.  Even in the most protected of events, like a San Diego Comic Con, the footage tends to get out one way or another.  However, what you

Trailer for ‘Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween’ Leaves Us Wondering Where Jack Black Is
Written by Jason McDonald, July 12, 2018
So the first “Goosebumps” movie wasn’t the best thing they could’ve done with the “Goosebumps” property, but it was still a fun and charming movie mostly held up by Jack Black’s performance as R.L. Stine.  So when they announced a sequel to it, I was willing to see what else they could do with Stine’s

Official Trailer for ‘Castle Rock’ Reveals a Town Cursed By Stephen King
Written by Jason McDonald, July 11, 2018
I’ll be honest, I didn’t really know a whole lot about “Castle Rock” before hand and I hadn’t been keeping up with its development too closely, but the official trailer they released today may have just completely sold me on it. We’ve been on a real Stephen King adaptation bender lately and some of the

[Trailer] Witness a Monstrous Home Invasion in ‘Book of Monsters’
Written by Chris Savage, July 2, 2018
Stewart Sparke who gave us the fun creature feature, The Creature Below, has returned with his latest movie, Book of Monsters and we have some pretty awesome news to share with you regarding his latest feature. Book of Monsters will be receiving its World Premiere at the Frightfest 2018 film festival in London, UK on Saturday,

Celebrate the “Summer of ’84” with This Official Trailer
Written by Chris Savage, June 30, 2018
From RKSS which consists of François Simard, Anouk Whissell, and Yoann-Karl Whissell, comes their latest movie, Summer of ’84 and courtesy of Gunpowder & Sky, we can unleash the official trailer for the upcoming movie which arrives in theatres this August 10th. Check it out below and let us know what you think? The film stars Graham

‘What We Do in the Shadows’ TV Series ‘Wellington Paranormal’ Gets a Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, June 29, 2018
I know I seemed pretty into that “Purge” TV series in my last post.  But that was a front. What I’m really excited for is this thing.  “What We Do in the Shadows” is amazing and one of my favorite vampire films, so I’m ready to consume to just about any follow up they have

The Purge Comes Home – Check Out the Trailer for the ‘The Purge’ TV Series
Written by Jason McDonald, June 29, 2018
While we’re gearing up for another “Purge” movie next week, you may have forgotten that this year we’ll be getting a double dose of “The Purge.”  That’s right, there will be an unprecedented Purge event this year and you’ll be able to enjoy it from the comfort of your home. USA Network will be premiering

First Official Trailer for Nicolas Cage’s ‘Mandy’
Written by Chris Savage, June 27, 2018
I’m just going to say it. Panos Cosmatos’ Mandy looks freakin’ awesome! I was worried that the trailer wasn’t going to deliver but, wow, this has quickly shot-up as to being my most anticipated film this year. I mean, it features Nicolas Cage in a freakin’ chainsaw duel! Check out the trailer below and let us know

Check Out the Red Band Trailer for ‘The Predator’
Written by Jason McDonald, June 27, 2018
The last few trailers for the upcoming “Predator” sequel have left me feeling a little underwhelmed, but the newest trailer has marginally raised my hopes. It’s not that I think the movie is going to be bad or anything. In fact, given that Shane Black is directing with a cast of huge talents, I’m hoping

William Baldwin’s ‘Minutes To Midnight’ Arrives This July
Written by Chris Savage, June 18, 2018
From our friends over at Uncork’d Entertainment comes Christopher Ray’s (Circus Kane) Minutes To Midnight, and I have to say that it does look quite promising. Sure, it’s pretty similar to what we’ve seen before but, it still looks like quite a fun ride. Check out the trailer, poster and details below and let us know

[Trailer] A ‘Mad Genius’ Hacks the Human Mind This July
Written by Chris Savage, June 18, 2018
We’ve just received word that Royce Gorsuch’s latest film Mad Genius is gearing up for its release date on VOD this July 3rd from Film Mode Entertainment, and to coincide with that announcement we have the official trailer and poster for you guys to check out below. From the Press Release: The Matrix meets Mr Robot in

[Horror Short] First Look at ‘The Scarlet Vultures’
Written by Chris Savage, June 15, 2018
Our good friend Kyle Martellacci and his team over at Red Razor Pictures have been working on their latest horror short The Scarlet Vultures, and Kyle passed us along the first official teaser trailer, artwork and some brief details regarding the short. So far, this one is looking real stylish and of course, highly intriguing as

Get Your Groove On with the Musical Thriller ‘Dead Envy’
Written by Chris Savage, June 14, 2018
We’ve just received word that Random Media has acquired all domestic rights to Harley Di Nardo’s Dead Envy, and with that we have for you the official trailer and poster for you guys to check out below. Are you guys into musicals? How about one with a killer edge? This may just be the one for

‘Unfriended: Dark Web’ Trailer Finally Hits the Web
Written by Jason McDonald, June 14, 2018
We’ve heard about rumblings regarding the sequel to “Unfriended” for some time now.  The film made a surprise debut at SXSW earlier this year and then went quiet. Apparently the trailer has been playing in theaters (thought I haven’t seen it yet), but hadn’t hit the world wide web for some reason.  Well, according to

‘The Nun’ Trailer Reveals the Darkest Chapter of the ‘Conjuring’ Universe
Written by Jason McDonald, June 14, 2018
It’s a pretty big claim, but Warner Bros has dropped the first trailer for “The Nun” and it claims to be the darkest part chapter in the “Conjuring” universe so far.  I don’t know, did they see the first “Annabelle”? That was pretty dark and dire. “The Nun” examines the origins of the creepy Nun