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NEON Just Acquired ‘Assassination Nation’ Out of Sundance

NEON indeed landed Assassination Nation, but they have a partner in what is the first eight-figure deal of the Sundance Film Festival, Deadline is reporting. NEON acquired the picture with AGBO for north of $10 million for worldwide rights, and a wide release commitment. AGBO is the new progressive production company launched by Joe and […]

[Academy Awards] Jordan Peele’s ‘Get Out’ and Guillermo del Toro’s ‘The Shape of Water’ Nominated for Best Picture!

This morning the Acadamy announced the Oscar nominations for the 90th annual awards from the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, Calif. There’s finally a reason to watch for the first time since The Silence of the Lambs was nominated back in 1992… Whether or not Guillermo del Toro‘s The Creature From the Black Lagoon-inspired […]

‘Children of the Corn: Runaway’ Trailer and Release Date Exit the Cornfield!

No matter how far you run, the past will always catch up to you. The classic horror series based on the original story by Stephen King continues with Feast director John Gulager’s Children of the Corn: Runaway, the 10th installment in the long-running franchise that began in 1984. We recently reported that the new film was […]

Screen Gems Shifts ‘Slender Man’ Release Date

Sony Screen Gem’s Slender Man has shifted out of late spring/early summer into a pre-fall release. It will now open in theaters August 24, 2018, out of its original May 18th slot. Slender Man left another horror film in its wake as Screen Gems pulled Cadaver off their schedule completely. Slender Man centers on a […]

Universal’s Dark Universe Continues to Die as ‘Invisible Man’ Writer Exits

It was in May of last year that Universal officially announced its “Dark Universe,“ the umbrella for an interconnected series of monster movie reboots that would give Marvel and DC a run for their box office dollars. A handful of big name stars were attached, with the Tom Cruise-led The Mummy kicking things off in […]

[Sundance Review] ‘Assassination Nation’: The Salem Wikileaks Trials

Assassination Nation opens with a trigger warning montage promising to offend everyone. While not every clip in the montage pays off as awesomely as you hope it will, Assassination Nation has something to say and the message pays off. The town of Salem is going through a series of hacks where members of the community’s […]

‘The Night Eats the World’: Zombies Take Over Paris!

We now have the first ever look at Dominique Rocher’s The Night Eats the World (La nuit a dévoré le monde), a zombie film that takes place in Paris. In the film, “After waking up in an apartment where only the night before a party was raging, Sam is forced to come to grips with […]

Jigsaw Lives on Blu-ray Today through Lionsgate (Jan. 23rd)

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Tagline: "The Game Continues." The latest Saw film releases on Blu-ray and Video-on-demand platforms, today. The home entertainment version of Jigsaw hosts a wide arrangement of special features and extras. Released on October 27th in...Show More Summary

Selma Blair says Hellboy reboot breaks her heart

The last news we shared with you guys regarding director Neil Marshall's upcoming reboot of HELLBOY was when we let you know the new film will be "a real monster movie that’s dark and scary." That news was awesome, but today's update is a little depressing. Show More Summary

New Comic Series ‘Brothers Dracul’ Explores Vlad’s Teenage Years

Have you ever wondered what Vlad the Impaler was like as a teenager? No? Well fine. But you’re getting a comic book series anyway. THR reports tonight that the Cullen Bunn and Mirko Colak-penned Brothers Dracul will explore the teenage years of the man who inspired the legend of Dracula. The series from AfterShock, described […]

mother! slapped with Razzie noms for worst actress, director & more

I don't know about you, but it turns out that once I had the chance to sit down and watch director Darren Aronofsky's controversial mother! starring Jennifer Lawrence, I was pleasantly surprised. I mean, the film gave me a panic...Show More Summary

‘Revenge’ Will Get a Theatrical Release Ahead of Shudder Premiere

Shudder acquired Coralie Fargeat’s Revenge last summer, which Brad just praised as being “beyond a shadow of a doubt the first great horror film of 2018.” It’s headed to the streaming service later this year, but first its getting a theatrical release. Via Deadline, NEON has just snagged the North American theatrical rights to Revenge, currently playing at Sundance. […]

[Editorial] Horror Doesn’t Have to Scare YOU to Be Horror

Most common comment we receive? “This isn’t a horror movie.” Let’s talk about that. I’ve been writing for Bloody Disgusting for nearly two years now, for various other horror websites (starting with my own personal blog) for the past ten years, and I’ve been an active member of the online horror community for even longer. […]

New poster for Pacific Rim: Uprising rises up

Yesterday we brought you guys the newest trailer for director Steven S. DeKnight's upcoming sequel to Guillermo Del Toro's PACIFIC RIM and you can check it out (again) below. But if that trailer wasn't enough, then today we have the new PACIFIC RIM: UPRISING poster for your viewing pleasure. And it looks a hell of a lot like a TRANSFORMERS film. But... Read More...

Fully Vintage ‘The Owlman: Chapter 2’ Character Portraits [Exclusive]

The latest poster for director Lawrie Brewster‘s Gothic Noir The Owlman: Chapter 2 (also known as The Black Gloves) firmly cements the film’s status as the next installment in his Owlman franchise. Ahead of the release of the 1940s-set chiller, Hex Studios has also shared a series of portraits exclusively with Bloody Disgusting, giving fans […]

Hitchcockian ‘Midnighters’ Goes Insane This March

Alex Essoe, Perla Haney-Jardine, Dylan McTee, and Ward Horton star in Midnighters, which had its world premiere at the LA Film Festival in their Nightfall category. Julius Ramsay’s film about a couple’s strained marriage that faces the ultimate test after they cover up a terrible crime and find themselves entangled in a Hitchcockian web of deceit […]

[Sundance Review] ‘Arizona’: Danny McBride Goes Southwest and Down

Danny McBride has perfected the endearing asshole character. We enjoy seeing Kenny Powers or Danny McBride (as himself) be unapologetic. In Arizona, he takes it to the next level and actually kills people. In 2009, the housing crisis hits Arizona hard. Sonny (McBride) confronts his realtor and accidentally kills him. Another realtor, Cassie (Rosemarie DeWitt) […]

Exclusive Look at AGFA’s ‘The Sword and the Claw,’ Out on Blu-ray Today!

Last July the AGFA got the ball rolling on their home video line with the release of The Zodiac Killer and I’ve been obsessed ever since. Their latest release, The Sword and the Claw, takes us into the bonkers world of Turkish genre films. If you’re not familiar with Turkish genre films you should be […]

Special “Walking Dead” Episode of “Robot Chicken” Getting Blu-ray Release

Adult Swim lampooned “The Walking Dead” this past October with “The Robot Chicken Walking Dead Special: Look Who’s Walking,” a half-hour special that aired ahead of the show’s Season 8 premiere. Now, it’s headed to home video. The undead get animated when Adult Swim’s “The Robot Chicken Walking Dead Special: Look Who’s Walking” arrives on […]

‘The School’ Poster’s Worst Fears Come to Life

Lunar Pictures and Australia-based Bronte Pictures shared new artwork for their supernatural horror thriller The School, directed by award-winning Australian writer/director Storm Ashwood. The School follows Amy, an attractive, successful...Show More Summary

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