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‘Unearthed & Untold’ Directors Talk About the Path to ‘Pet Sematary’ [Interview]

In the long line of Stephen King adaptations, few have the prestige and fanfare of 1989’s Pet Sematary. It’s one of those films that works on many levels. It’s a great horror film, offering up the chills and thrills that we all love, but it’s also a wonderful story about family and the difficulties that accompany the […]

Create Your Own Horror-themed Miniature Arcade!

While this probably won’t resonate with our younger readers, everyone else may lose their shit when they see this new Esty shop that’s dedicated to archiving arcade machines as miniature collectibles! Created by 33 Games, a creative studio specializing in art and bespoke deluxe gifts inspired by classic video games, arcades, and pinball, these ridiculously […]

Poster, Plot Details and Title for Toho’s ‘Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters’ Sequel

Last year saw the release of the very first animated film in the Toho Godzilla franchise, Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters. The Toho-produced feature made its way onto Netflix here in the States early this year, and a sequel is already headed to Japanese theaters. Via, the Planet of the Monsters sequel is officially […]

Images Preview Alex Aja and Robert Englund VR Project “The Skull of Sam”

Alexandre Aja, the man behind High Tension and The Hills Have Eyes, is heading into the VR arena with anthology series “Campfire Creepers,” which sounds like a new take on shows like “Are You Afraid of the Dark?” and “Tales from the Crypt.” The series “invites the viewer to join the fire circle at Camp Coyote as a group of campers […]

‘The Most Assassinated Woman In the World’ Dies Over and Over Again

Set to premiere at BIFF, we have your first look at Franck Ribiere‘s The Most Assassinated Woman In the World, which is set against the backdrop of the infamous Theatre Grand Guignol. The story revolves around iconic actress Paula Maxa (Anna Mouglalis) – the most famous of the Grand Guignol’s leading ladies and the titular Most […]

Killer Bear Flick ‘Grizzly’ Getting a 4K Restoration for New Blu-ray

Scorpion Releasing has already put the 1976 horror movie Grizzly onto Blu-ray in the past, but reports that a NEW Blu-ray, with a 4K restoration, is on the way! The remastered edition will be exclusively sold through the online shop Ronin, the site notes, and limited to just 1,500 copies worldwide. It’s expected later […]

Watch Gameplay from Upcoming AR Game ‘Ghostbusters World’

You’ll be able to turn your smartphone into a ghost trap and bust ghosts around your neighborhood with the AR game Ghostbusters World, teased in further detail today. Sony Pictures Entertainment and Ghost Corps in collaboration with mobile game publisher 4:33 Creative Lab present Ghostbusters World, a state of the art augmented reality game that’s coming to iOS […]

[Box Office] Guillermo del Toro’s Oscar-winning ‘The Shape of Water’ Tops $170M Worldwide!

While we’ve been gifted with Guillermo del Toro‘s romantic horror The Shape of Water since late last year, the film continues to open internationally to massive numbers. In fact, it just debuted in China with $10M this past weekend, giving it a $110M international gross to go along with an impressive $62M domestic. While a budget […]

Spielberg Will Never Digitally Retouch His Films Again So ‘Jaws’ is Safe

Every time I revisit Jaws, I’m amazed at how well the effects hold up. Despite now being 40+ years old, the animatronic shark is still completely believable, to the point that I find myself often forgetting it’s not actually a real shark. If you’ve been worried that Steven Spielberg will eventually go back and digitally […]

Colorful New Shot From ‘Burning Shadow’

Fabien M. sent us in a new look at Alex Nahon’s Burning Shadow, a new film described as in the vein of films by David Lynch and David Cronenberg. After discovering a homeless man who is his exact look-alike, a former soldier is drawn into the dangerous LA underworld. From Bleiberg Entertainment, Burning Shadow stars […]

‘Mara’ Image Urges You Not to Sleep

Here’s a new look at the supernatural horror film Mara, which stars Olga Kurylenko (Quantum of Solace, Oblivion) and Javier Botet (Mama, Crimson Peak, The Mummy), who plays the title character. Filmed in Savannah, Georgia, “Criminal psychologist Kate Fuller (Kurylenko) is assigned to the murder of a man who has seemingly been strangled in his sleep by his […]

Korn’s Jonathan Davis Offers Samples Off His Solo Album ‘Black Labyrinth’

On May 25, 2018, Korn vocalist Jonathan Davis will release his long-planned solo ablum “Black Labyrinth” through Sumerian Records. While that’s still two months out, he’s already previewing all of the tracks. “There’s a level of enlightenment I want to achieve. With all of the bullshit going, everyone is stuck on their fucking cell phones,” he said in the […]

“La Quinceañera” Turns a Party Into Revenge [Trailer]

Stage 13 has had its first international debut with its original premium series “La Quinceañera” on the Studio+ app. The series is now available in Canal+ territories including the U.S. and Latin America. “La Quinceañera” is a coming-of-age revenge tale centered on a family’s tragic twist of fate that takes place at a girl’s quinceañera. […]

Rob Zombie is Already Selling Official, Limited ‘3 from Hell’ T-Shirts

As you surely know by now, filming began just last week on Rob Zombie’s 3 from Hell, a sequel to The Devil’s Rejects that will bring back Bill Moseley as Otis Driftwood, Sid Haig as Captain Spaulding and Sheri Moon Zombie as Baby Firefly. The known cast, as this point in time, also includes original […]

VHS Undead! 5 Horror Movies Stuck On Tape

Last week, I wrote about a cool little short film that featured maniacal VHS tapes come to life. Which, quite frankly, was timely. I’ve recently studied up on horror flicks that never made the jump from analog to digital in anticipation for a screening series I’m putting together featuring, well, horror movies that never made […]

‘Midnight Meat Train’ Writer Jeff Buhler Takes Over as “Nightflyers” Showrunner

Back in January, Syfy gave a full series order to a small screen adaptation of “Game of Thrones” writer George R.R. Martin’s 1980 supernatural novella “Nightflyers”,  which was originally adapted as a feature film back in 1987. Jeff Buhler, who adapted Clive Barker’s The Midnight Meat Train, has just increased his role on the series. Tracking Board […]

[It Came From the ’80s] Aliens, Space Slugs, and Zombies in ‘Night of the Creeps’

With horror industry heavy hitters already in place from the 1970s, the 1980s built upon that with the rise of brilliant minds in makeup and effects artists, as well as advances in technology. Artists like Rick Baker, Rob Bottin, Alec Gillis, Tom Woodruff Jr., Tom Savini, Stan Winston, and countless other artists that delivered groundbreaking, […]

‘Deep Blue Sea’ Swims Onto Netflix Next Month!

With recent releases The Shallows and 47 Meters Down both doing pretty well in theaters, it’s feeling pretty safe to say that killer shark movies are on the cusp of coming back in a big way. Continuing the trend, the big-budget The Meg is on the way this year, on August 10, as is the long-awaited […]

Bruce Campbell Says We’ll Likely Never See Ash Again if “Ash vs. Evil Dead” Cancelled

Recently, Bruce Campbell was asked about the future of the Evil Dead franchise if “Ash vs. Evil Dead” was to be cancelled by Starz, which is sadly in real danger of actually happening. Campbell, at that time, had commented that a fourth installment in the film franchise was possible in that event… but don’t be […]

There Will Not Be Killer Robots in the Planned ‘Chopping Mall’ Remake

Killer robots are just too silly these days, says the director. The villains of Jim Wynorski’s 1986 cult classic Chopping Mall are of course high-tech security robots that go on a killing spree inside of a shopping mall, dubbed “Killbots.” In fact, Killbots was the original title of the film. But there’s a Chopping Mall […]

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