Unfriended Movie Review SXSW 2015
Written by Flay Otters, April 18, 2015
Technology is a fleeting thing – the right now thing that is intertwined in most everyone’s day-to-day life becomes the butt of a joke the next day and near forgotten soon thereafter. It is the nature of the ever-changing, ever-charging technological world we find ourselves in. So it is natural for a film like Unfriended

Nina Forever Movie Review – SXSW 2015
Written by Flay Otters, March 30, 2015
There are so many many things about Ben and Chris Blaine’s Nina Forever to admire – whether it is the matter-of-fact way in which they approach decidedly off-center sexual dynamics or the practicality of blood effects or maudlin dark humor or the sweet nature of ever-challenging romance – it all works so well. So whether

TRAILER: Watch The “Cub” Scouts Earn a Badge of Death
Written by Stephanie Joyce, August 30, 2014
Part of the Toronto International Film Fest’s “Midnight Madness” series comes an interesting Belgium film called Cub, brought to the screen by first-time feature director Jonas Govaerts. The synopsis of the film claims that this is Lord of the Flies meets The Devil’s Backbone to create a world of childhood terrors. But if you ask me,

New Trailer: Feed the Gods and Your Visual Appetite!
Written by Stephanie Joyce, August 26, 2014
Looks like I’ve been finding a couple of titles with the word “Feed” in it. Maybe this is all building up to the popular theme of cannibalism that is not as taboo today as we can see it explored in TV shows as well as movies more and more. From director Brandon Croft, the movie

Slew Hampshire Poster and Teaser
Written by Stephanie Joyce, August 25, 2014
Now the title “Slew Hampshire” already gets my vote for best pun in a horror movie title. From what I gathered from the teaser, it  gives off a Cabin Fever meets Deliverance-type vibe. With a size-able budget for an indie horror movie, $1-3 million, Slew Hampshire promises to deliver on the gore. And they happen

Here Comes Julia: Official Poster and Trailer
Written by Stephanie Joyce, August 22, 2014
Horror movies that portray a truly good main character gone bad throughout the story are few and far between, but always very memorable. As an audience, you are torn between conventional morals and inevitably rooting for the main character even after the change as you feel personally invested in what this person has gone through.

Battle of the Damned Movie Review
Written by Chris Egan, February 6, 2014
In various southeast Asian countries different corporations are able to work on projects that their home countries would frown upon. At some point in the near future one such project is accidentally released during its production; a lethal pathogen that basically turns people into zombies. This region of the Earth is cut off from the

Haley Joel Osment is back in Kevin Smith’s ‘Tusk’
Written by Ryan Sternfels, October 19, 2013
What happened to The Sixth Sense star Haley Joel Osment?  He was a cute little kid then quickly became a shaggy, pot-smoking twenty-something with a police record for drunk driving.  I guess that’s better than how Edward Furlong turned out. In the meantime the actor’s been paying the bills, for what we imagine is a Jason Segel style man cave

Dwayne Johnson to Lead ‘San Andreas’
Written by Ryan Sternfels, October 15, 2013
I’ll just dash your hopes right now and say no, not THAT San Andreas.  We all know what happens to movie adaptations of video games…*cough* Doom, *cough* Max Payne. In fact the title is actually referring to the San Andreas fault, you know, that thing that stretches the state of California and separates the Pacific and North

Latest News: Stephen Kings IT and Pet Semetary Remakes
Written by Ben Hurry, September 29, 2013
Pennywise. Who here can honestly say that Tim Curry’s performance as the evil, shape-shifting clown in the TV adaptation of Stephen King’s novel “It” wasn’t one of the greatest performances of his career? However fans of the original two-part film might be a little put off with what is shaping up to be a far darker and

Official One Sheet And Teaser Trailer For “Chastity Bites”
Written by Ben Hurry, May 25, 2013
A new one sheet for the upcoming horror-comedy “Chastity Bites” has JUST been released and I must admit, it is one hell of a good one. Combining vintage horror with 70’s/80’s retro shine if the film turns out to be half as charming as this little throwback then we’ll certainly be in for a treat

New International Trailer for Hemlock Grove
Written by Chris Savage, March 18, 2013
With the Netflix original series Hemlock Grove, firmly on the horizon, we have just scored the first UK trailer for the upcoming series and it looks pretty damn stellar. So, head on down below and check out the goods, then wait ever patiently until April 19th for its premiere over on Netflix. Synopsis: “Hemlock Grove

Poster Art for The Mo Brothers’ KILLERS
Written by Mahiwaga, March 12, 2013
I am ashamed to say that I’ve only recently heard of the Mo Brothers. Macabre was just as outstanding and terrifying in every gory aspect and I can’t help but feel the crave and thrill for what is to come in their new film, Killers. Based on the original story of Nightmare Detective producer Ushiyama Takuji, Killers is

Creepy New Julianne Moore Poster For ‘Carrie’ Remake
Written by Diabolical Duality, January 15, 2013
So far this year many Horror fans have been disappointed due to films that were supposed to be in the Spring line-up being pushed back. Many had anticipated seeing the Carrie remake from Boys Don’t Cry director Kimberly Peirce, however it has recently been pushed back to October which is a much more appropriate release date for

New Anthology Horror Film Sanitarium
Written by Goon, October 10, 2012
Anthology films are always a load of fun. There are some things that you can’t do in a feature length film or work better in a short story. That is where the almighty  anthology comes in. Today STYD discovered that a new one is currently in post production called Sanitarium. The cast consists of Malcolm

The Darkest Hour
Written by Chris Savage, December 10, 2011
The DARKEST HOUR is the story of five young people who find themselves stranded in Moscow, fighting to survive in the wake of a devastating alien attack. The 3D thriller highlights the classic beauty of Moscow alongside mind-blowing special effects. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wm5psikWWIQ&feature=youtu.be

Texas Killing Fields (Limited)
Written by Chris Savage, September 25, 2011
Inspired by true events, this tense and haunting thriller follows a local homicide detective (Sam Worthington) in a small Texan town and his partner, a transplanted cop from New York City (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) as they track a sadistic serial killer dumping his victims’ mutilated bodies in a nearby marsh locals call “The Killing Fields

Written by Chris Savage, September 4, 2011
Kirsten Dunst and Charlotte Gainsbourg and Kiefer Sutherland star together with Alexander Skarsgård, Charlotte Rampling, John Hurt, Stellan Skarsgård, Udo Kier and Jesper Christensen. The behind-the-scenes team includes award-winning cinematographer Manuel Alberto Claro DFF (Reconstruction), production designer Jette Lehmann (Flame and Citron), and costume designer Manon Rasmussen (Dancer in the Dark). Justine (Kirsten Dunst) and Michael (Alexander Skarsgård)

Red State
Written by Chris Savage, September 4, 2011
Three horny high-school boys come across an online ad from an older woman looking for a gang bang. Boys being boys, they hit the road to satisfy their libidinal urges. But what begins as a fantasy takes a dark turn as they come face-to-face with a terrifying “holy” force with a fatal agenda.

Written by Chris Savage, August 29, 2011
“Contagion” follows the rapid progress of a lethal airborne virus that kills within days. As the fast-moving epidemic grows, the worldwide medical community races to find a cure and control the panic that spreads faster than the virus itself. At the same time, ordinary people struggle to survive in a society coming apart. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5VfNKCQF60&feature=youtu.be