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Stephen King’s “The Bone Church” Being Adapted for the Small Screen

If Stephen King wrote it, it’s ripe for adaptation here in 2018. Deadline reports today that King’s The Bone Church, a poem the horror master wrote in the ’60s, has been acquired by Chris Long and David Ayer’s Cedar Park Entertainment. The plan? To develop the poem into a television series. In the poem, which was revised and […]

Toho’s Trilogy of ’70s Vampire Films Getting US & UK Arrow Video Blu-ray Set

Yes, the studio known for their Godzilla films also made vampire films! Inspired by the runaway success of the British and American gothic horror films of the ’60s, Toho Studios brought the vampiric tropes of the Dracula legend to Japanese screens beginning in 1970 with The Vampire Doll, followed by Lake of Dracula (1971) and Evil of Dracula (1975) […]

’47 Meters Down’ Director Says Sequel Will Be ‘The Descent’ Underwater! [Exclusive]

We spoke with director Johannes Roberts this week about The Strangers: Prey at Night. We’ll bring you the news on his current film leading up to its March 9 release, but first, we got to look ahead to his sequel to 47 Meters Down. After sharks terrorized Mandy Moore and Claire Holt in a cage, […]

‘Rawhead Rex’ Heads to Blu-ray in the UK Via Arrow Video

Last October, Kino Lorber brought George Pavlou’s Clive Barker adaptation Rawhead Rex to Blu-ray for the very first time, boasting a brand new 4K restoration from the original camera negative. That was a US release, and it’s now headed to the UK. Arrow Video announced today that Rawhead Rex will be one of their May titles for the […]

Regret Turns to Horror In Evan Dickson’s “Your Filthy Heart” Short [Exclusive]

Bloody Disgusting is excited to share the world exclusive premiere of Evan Dickson‘s directorial debut, “Your Filthy Heart”, which carries a strong Insidious vibe. In the short, “A mysterious box unleashes a force that causes its victims to be hunted down by their worst regrets.” Alex Essoe (Starry Eyes, The Neighbor), Eliza Noland, David Bruckner (director of The […]

Arrow Video Fully Details ‘Last House on the Left’ Blu-ray; 3 Restored Cuts!

We told you earlier this week that Arrow Video was bringing Wes Craven’s The Last House on the Left to Blu-ray, and we promised full details on Friday. Well, it’s Friday! Arrow Video fully detailed the 2-disc limited edition Blu-ray today, which will be both a US and UK release. It’ll include THREE cuts of […]

[Review] ‘Mute’ Will Make You Want to Scream and Shout In Joy

Duncan Jones delivers a raw, eye-opening love story set in a dazzling version of the future that is absolutely worth your time. There is a lot riding on Duncan Jones’ latest feature film, Mute. Jones has discussed how in many ways this film is his magnum opus and an extremely personal passion project for the […]

‘Goosebumps 2’ Ensemble Cast Includes Your Favorite Kid from ‘IT’!

Plot details are still unknown for the tentatively titled Goosebumps 2, and we don’t even know if Jack Black will be returning, but a cast of young stars is taking shape. Variety reports tonight that Jeremy Ray Taylor, Ben from last year’s IT, will star alongside Madison Iseman (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle), Ben O’Brien (Manchester by […]

WORLD OF DEATH Ep. 158 – Pine Devil

Oh, look, it’s a cartoon! Cartoons are always wholesome fun for the entire family! No, wait, “Watership Down” proves that’s a fallacy… (Whoever thought “hentai,” just, no… this is “World of Death,” not “World of Body Fluids!”) Bring on “The Pine Devil” from director David Romero! We open in media res with a lone man, […]

A ‘Perfect’ Poster Implanted Into Your Brain [SXSW]

Brainfeeder Films is bringing Eddie Alcazar‘s Perfect to the SXSW Film Festival this coming March. Featuring music by Flying Lotus, Garrett Wareing, Courtney Eaton, Tao Okamoto with Maurice Compte, and Abbie Cornish star in the sci-fi thriller that’s executive produced by Steven Soderbergh! “A boy in a cold and stark modern house, in a vaguely […]

It Came From the Desert: 10 Horror Films Shot In Arizona

While others were recently celebrating Valentine’s Day, the youngest state in the continental United States was busy celebrating its 106th birthday. That state is Arizona and yes, it is a bit of a wee baby when compared to most other states, but don’t let that baby face fool you. Throughout its relatively brief existence, Arizona has […]

‘Dead by Daylight’ Special Event “Howling Grounds” Runs Until March

The event celebrates last week’s Chinese/Lunar New Year, the Year of the Dog. Dead by Daylight has mostly been making headlines here on BD for the iconic slasher villains its been adding as playable characters, but today we’re here to spotlight a limited special event that’s currently active within the game. It’s called Dead by […]

The 1957 Giant Insect Film ‘The Black Scorpion’ Hitting Blu-ray

Massive prehistoric scorpions attempt to inherit the Earth in Edward Ludwig’s The Black Scorpion, a 1957 black-and-white creature feature that had an awesome tagline: “Don’t be ashamed to scream – it helps to relieve the tension.” In any event, we’re learned that The Black Scorpion will be hitting Blu-ray via the Warner Archive Collection, with […]

There Will Be No Justice for Jason Newsted On Metallica’s ‘…And Justice For All’ Deluxe Edition

I have a love-hate relationship with Metallica. They were my favorite band growing up, but it’s hard to ignore all the bullshit they’ve put their fans through. It got so bad that they wouldn’t even publicly acknowledge the clipping on their 2008 Death Magnetic, which was quietly remastered and re-released digitally on the band’s website. […]

The Entire ‘Jaws’ Franchise is Leaving Netflix So Enjoy it Now

Hurry up. Watch Jaws: The Revenge as many times as you can this month. Earlier today, we shared with you a list of the horror films being added to Netflix in March, including Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters II, The Descent and The Descent: Part 2. But what’s leaving Netflix next month? For starters, all four Jaws films. […]

Netflix’s ‘The Ritual’ Has the Coolest Movie Monster in Years

“We always knew this was a show-the-damn-monster kind of flick.” – director David Bruckner If you haven’t yet seen the movie, turn away now. You’ve been warned. One of the best kept secrets in recent horror history is the creature found in David Bruckner’s new dudes-in-the-woods flick The Ritual, which arrived exclusively on Netflix earlier […]

‘The Blair Witch Project’ Series In the Works at Lionsgate

Lionsgate is making some moves in the digital content space with their newly branded Studio L, reports Deadline. The studio announced today their initial slate which includes three features set to bow this spring along with episodic projects in development. One such project, hiding deep within the story, is a series based on Eduardo Sanchez and Daniel […]

[Review] Daring ‘Annihilation’ Shimmers With Emotion

In a cinematic landscape littered with remakes, copycats and formulaic fluff, playing against expectations is almost always a wonderful thing, and even when it doesn’t fully work, audiences should root as often as possible for an opportunity to be surprised. Annihilation is reminiscent, but mostly unlike, most mainstream movies they’ve seen – especially recently – […]

‘Hunt: Showdown’ Launches in Early Access

To say it’s taken a while for Hunt: Showdown to out of alpha testing (or to even reach this point) is an understatement. Today, however, the game has launched onto Steam Early Access for $29.99 USD, and with a brand new trailer to boot. As you can probably gather from the trailer, working as a […]

‘The Bird with the Crystal Plumage’ and the Unreliable Eye

From the opening moments of The Bird with the Crystal Plumage (turning 48 today!), we are firmly planted in the world of Dario Argento. A black cloaked, black-gloved figure sits before a typewriter, methodically plucking away at the keys. We abruptly cut to a beautiful, dark-haired woman walking through the streets of Rome unknowingly being photographed from […]

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