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‘Doom: Annihilation’ Trailer Carries On the Proud Tradition of Video Game Movie Sequels with ‘Annihilation’ in the Title
Written by Jason McDonald, March 12, 2019
I’m no “Doom” defender. That original movie is a disappointment not only as a movie, but as an adaptation of a great game franchise like “Doom.” Though I will admit I thought the first person section was hilarious.  That movie set a pretty low bar for future adaptations and, based on this trailer, I’m worried

[Trailer] ‘Division 19’ Invades Theatres This April
Written by Chris Savage, March 7, 2019
We’ve just received word that Uncork’d Entertainment will be unleashing S. A. Halewood’s dystopian thriller Division 19 into theatres and On Demand this April 5th, and if you’d like to know more, head on down below for the official trailer, artwork and details. From the Press Release: Award-winning* dystopian thriller Division 19, starring Mandy’s Linus

First Official Trailer for ‘Midsommar’ Presents the Next Film from the Director of ‘Hereditary’
Written by Jason McDonald, March 6, 2019
By now you might be tired of hearing about last year’s horror darling “Hereditary.”  Or you might be on the other side of the fence who just can’t stop talking about it.  Either way, this post might be for you cause it’s a new thing for the horror community to get all excited about. A24

First Official Teaser Trailer for the Arthouse Short ‘Daughter of Dismay’
Written by Chris Savage, March 1, 2019
A few months back we announced that James Quinn was working on his latest project, Daughter of Dismay, a short horror film shot on 70mm IMAX. And now we can share with you the first official teaser trailer for the upcoming short which is expected to premiere on the festival circuit this year. Let us know

The Surrealistic Horror Film ‘Piercing’ to Hit Blu-ray & DVD
Written by Chris Savage, March 1, 2019
From Universal Pictures Home Entertainment Content Group comes Nicolas Pesce’s (The Eyes of My Mother) mystery horror film Piercing, and we can announce that the film will hit Blu-ray and DVD this March 12th. Check out the details, artwork and red band trailer below. From the Press Release: Universal Pictures Home Entertainment Content Group brings you PIERCING.

‘Hi-Death’ Unleashes an Anthology of Horror This June
Written by Chris Savage, February 25, 2019
From the folks that gave us Hi-8, comes their latest anthology Hi-Death, which Wild Eye Releasing recently acquired from Nightfall Pictures, and below we can share with you the first official artwork, teaser trailer and details. Check them out and let us know if this is something you’ll be keeping an eye on? From the

Check Out the First Official Trailer for ‘The Twilight Zone’
Written by Jason McDonald, February 22, 2019
In just a couple of months Jordan Peele will be unleashing his new take on the classic “Twilight Zone” series.  After months of teasing it, CBS has finally unleashed the first trailer for the series revealing it’s star studded cast. “The Twilight Zone” will premiere on April 1st on CBS All Access.  It’s unclear how

‘Every Time I Die’ Makes Its World Premiere at Cinequest
Written by Chris Savage, February 21, 2019
We have just received word that Robi Michael’s Every Time I Die, from MiLa Media and Invisible Pictures, will make its world premiere at the Cinequest film festival this March 8th, and we have the official trailer and more to check out below. Will you be making your way to Cinequest this year? Let us know if

Check Out the Beautiful Trailer for ‘Starfish’
Written by Chris Savage, February 21, 2019
Another upcoming film which has caught our attention is A.T. White’s Starfish which stars Virginia Gardner (Halloween 2018, Marvel’s The Runaways, and is set to hit select theatres beginning this March 13th, followed by a Digital/VOD release on May 28th. Below we have the captivating trailer along with details as well as theatre locations. Let us know what

Noir Cinema is on Show in Daniel de la Veg’s ‘Punto Muerto’
Written by Chris Savage, February 21, 2019
Care to take a step back in time to 1940s cinema? If so, we may have something just for you. From Daniel de la Veg comes his latest movie Punto Muerto (Dead End), and we have quite a stunning trailer to share with you as well as some early details pertaining to the film. This one stuck really caught

The ‘Pet Graveyard’ Opens This April
Written by Chris Savage, February 11, 2019
Now I know what you’re thinking. This HAS to be from the fine folks over at the Asylum, right? Well, no. While it may appear to be a mockbuster, this one looks a little different to Pet Sematary, regardless of the similar title and imagery. Pet Graveyard is brought to you via Proportion Productions and Millman Productions, with Rebecca

‘The House’ Holds a Sinister Secret This March
Written by Chris Savage, February 10, 2019
Artsploitation Films have set a release date of March 5th for Reinert Kiil’s Norwegian supernatural horror film The House, and below we have all the details including the official trailer and artwork. The film is set in Norway during WWII where two Nazi soldiers locate an empty house to then find themselves in a psychological hell. This

It’s Time to Play – Check out the First Trailer for ‘Child’s Play’
Written by Jason McDonald, February 8, 2019
So here we are . . . a remake of “Child’s Play.”  The trailer is finally out today and you can get a taste for what this movie is going to be down below.  Will it appeal to fans of the original Chucky films?  I’m gonna predict diehard Chucky fans will turn their backs on

A New ‘Pet Sematary’ Trailer Has Been Unearthed
Written by Chris Savage, February 7, 2019
We’ve had a few teases for Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kolsch’s adaptation of Stephen King’s Pet Sematary over the past few months, but now we have for you the official full trailer which you can view below. Sadly I wish I held off on viewing the footage, as I felt that they revealed quite a twist that

First Look at Small Town Monsters’ ‘Terror in the Skies’
Written by Chris Savage, February 7, 2019
The folks over at Small Town Monsters are primed to unleash Seth Breedlove’s upcoming documentary Terror in the Skies, which focuses on sightings of large winged creatures across the Prairie State, which includes the infamous Mothman. Terror in the Skies is said to be a “spiritual sequel” to their previous documentary The Mothman of Point Pleasant. So,

‘What We Do in the Shadows’ FX Series Gets an Official Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, February 5, 2019
I can’t remember the last time a trailer for a TV series had me genuinely laughing.  I might be setting myself up for disappointment, but the first official trailer for the FX series “What We Do in the Shadows” looks to capture the spirit of the movie completely. Directed by Taika Waititi and written by

‘The Twilight Zone’ Invades the Super Bowl with a Teaser Trailer
Written by Jason McDonald, February 4, 2019
If you’ve been watching the Super Bowl than you’ll know that there haven’t been a whole lot of exciting teasers this year.  However, one teaser in particular has made it all worthwhile so far. Oscar Winner Jordan Peele is currently working on a revival of “The Twilight Zone” that’s set to premiere in April and

HBO to Premiere Horror Anthology Series ‘Folklore’ Next Month
Written by Jason McDonald, January 24, 2019
If you’re in the markets that get HBOAsia, you might be thinking that “Folklore” sounds rather familiar.  It should, because it premiered for you last year.  However, the horror anthology series will be joining the rest of the HBO family next month. EW revealed that HBO is bringing their Asian-themed horror anthology series, “Folklore,” to

‘Ghostbusters 3’ is in Development with Jason Reitman Directing and You Can Watch the First Teaser Now
Written by Jason McDonald, January 17, 2019
This is potentially exciting as hell.  It looks like we may actually be getting a proper sequel to the original “Ghostbusters” series.  Not only that, but there’s already a teaser trailer available. Entertainment Weekly has revealed that director Jason Reitman, son of Ivan Reitman who directed the first film, is working on a sequel that

Trailer for ‘Velvet Buzzsaw’ Reveals the Darker Side of Art
Written by Jason McDonald, January 11, 2019
Jake Gyllenhaal and writer/director Dan Gilroy have melded well together in the past when they worked on “Nightcrawler,” so the idea of them teaming up again has me excited and the concept for this movie is pretty engrossing. “Velvet Buzzsaw” follows a series of supernatural events that befall people who have let greed get in