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5 Terrifying Curses in Film, Selected By ‘Curse of Downer’s Grove’ Writer Michael Hornburg

Anchor Bay Films has just now released The Curse of Downer’s Grove, based on Michael Hornburg’s novel of the same name, on VOD, DVD and Blu-ray. Directed by Direck Martini, and taking place near my hometown in Illinois, the film is based on a true story, and stars Lucas Till, Bella Heathcote, Penelope Mitchell, Kevin […]

Three “American Horror Story: Hotel” Promos to Keep You Awake

You don’t want to know what lurks in the corners of the Hotel Cortez. Last week we were treated to the first stills and details from “American Horror Story: Hotel”, the fifth season of the popular anthology series that will star Lady Gaga. Set to premiere on FX October 7th, we now have a trio […]

Watch the Opening Scene From ‘Tremors 5: Bloodlines’!

In addition to several clips released last week, we now have the opening scene from Tremors 5: Bloodlines, which reintroduces us to the Graboids through Burt Gummer (Michael Gross). A deadly threat resurfaces halfway around the world when giant, man-eating worms attack a South African wildlife park in the sci-fi comedy, Tremors 5: Bloodlines, available […]

Brit Marling-Starrer ‘The Keeping Room’ Invades Theaters This Month!

Drafthouse Films released the theatrical poster for Julia Hart’s home invasion Western feature, The Keeping Room, after its acclaimed world premiere at last year’s Toronto International Film Festival. Directed by Daniel Barber (Harry...Show More Summary

Theatre of the Deranged II coming to Blu-ray and VOD from Troma

A few years ago, James Cullen Bressack and Jarret Cohen of Psykik Junky Pictures assembled a group of independent filmmakers to contribute to the 2012 anthology THEATRE OF THE DERANGED. The movie consisted of five segments hosted by a character called Andy the Arsonist and directed by Creep Creepersin, Brian Dorton, Liz Gilbert, M. Show More Summary

‘Doorways’ Live-Action Film is Brief, But Spooky

Back in July, the studio behind the Doorways series of indie horror games teased a partnership with independent film director Andrés Borghi that would arrive when Doorways: Holy Mountains of Flesh hit Steam Early Access a few weeks ago. That collaboration did indeed take the form of a live-action short film — emphasis on “short” […]

‘Cooties’ Zombies Basic Diet Consists of Guts, Blood and Brains.

Lionsgate Premiere released the food pyramid for the undead in Cooties, which Patrick Cooper called a “relentless riot.” We also reviewed the film out of last year’s Sundance Film Festival before the ending was reshot. From the minds of Leigh Whannell (co-creator of Saw and Insidious) and Ian Brennan (co-creator of “Glee”), Cooties is a […]

New to Blu – Week of 9/1/2015

Each week here at Bloody Disgusting we like to highlight some of the new Blu-ray releases hitting shelves across the world. Please note that this isn’t every release for the week, just a few of the ones that jumped out at us. Lots of good stuff this week. Most folks will probably be heading out […]

Mill Creek’s September Releases Include ‘The Creature with the Atom Brain’

Mill Creek has announced their DVD and Blu-ray releases for September. Two of the releases are of the multi-movie collection variety. I haven’t checked every movie in the collections, but they look to be retreads of a lot of the movies you typically see in these collections. Movies like The Wasp Woman that find their way […]

‘Attack On Titan’ U.S. Release Officially Announced

FUNimation Entertainment announces the new unrated manga adaptation feature film Attack On Titan for a limited theatrical release, screening in nearly 300 theaters across the United States and Canada. In the U.S., Part 1 plays in theaters on September 30, October 1, and October 7, with Part 2 opening two weeks later on October 20, […]

[Interview] Olivia Tennet and Milo Cawthorne Talk ‘Blood Punch’

I saw Madellaine Paxson and Eddie Guzelian’s Blood Punch at last year’s Mile High Horror Film Festival and have been itching to watch it again ever since. In my review, I called it a “supernatural film noir on meth, with heaps of dark humor and a madcap edge that cuts deep.” After watching it again […]

‘Among the Sleep’ Postmortem: Children of the Grave

In the age of Steam, so many games get released that even substantive, interesting titles get short shrift. Most of them are reviewed and end up in a ‘Let’s Play’ of some kind and then fall off a cliff for the rest of the game’s viable lifespan. Well, to combat that in some small way, […]

Kane Hodder and Bill Moseley collect victims in the Old 37 trailer

Kane Hodder and Bill Moseley are two of the coolest horror icons working today, and from time to time they find themselves working on the same set. They share the screen in the upcoming film OLD 37, which Epic Pictures and Anchor Bay...Show More Summary

CBS cancels Stephen King's Under the Dome

Although it had been looking like CBS might order up a fourth season of their Stephen King adaptation summer show UNDER THE DOME, the network has instead decided to bring the series to an end. The season 3 finale, which will air on Thursday,...Show More Summary

‘Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut’ Classified Edition Coming This November

Nippon Ichi is accepting pre-orders for a new PS3-exclusive Classified Edition of the Twin Peaks-ish horror game Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut that might be worth getting, so long as it’s not as broken as the Director’s Cut was when it hit PC nearly two years ago. Now, if you were ever going to be […]

One, Two, Here’s Some Freddy Krueger Art for You

This weekend brought some horrible news for horror fans when the world found out that legendary filmmaker Wes Craven was taken from us suddenly and far too early. The horror community is still reeling from the tragic news, because for many of us, Craven’s films had a monumental impact on our lives, as well as […]

Double Murder Ep 60: Xtro vs. The Deadly Spawn

Double Murder is back with two movies of alien creatures coming to earth: Xtro  vs. The Deadly Spawn! Your hosts Danny! and Tim perform an alien autopsy on these 80’s cult classics and try to make sense of what happens when great ideas meet limited budgets. Tune in to find out which is worth watching, […]

[Review] ‘I Like To Paint Monsters: The Chet Zar Story’

I truly didn’t expect to walk away from a Chet Zar documentary having shed tears through nearly half of it. In hindsight, I don’t know why I didn’t expect it, given that Chet is an incredibly emotive artist. I Like To Paint Monsters: The Chet Zar Story, directed by Mike Correll and produced by NRG […]

Demo Incoming for Indie Game ‘The Grandfather’

A playable demo for indie point-and-click horror game, The Grandfather, will release on PC and PlayStation 4 in September 2015. Described as an “unique, story-driven puzzle horror game”, The Grandfather offers a pop-up, comic-book art style and tells the tale of a old man “tormented by the coldness of his wife”. You progress by moving through […]

Frictional Confirms ‘SOMA’ is Feature Complete

Developer Frictional Games announced via a tweet last Friday that their upcoming survival horror game SOMA is finally feature complete, with only quality assurance and some fine-tuning left standing between it and us. This means there’s little, aside from a potential robot uprising in an undersea lab somewhere, that could keep that September 22 release […]

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