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Subversive Slasher Spin “LAST GIRL STANDING” Acquired by Dark Sky Films!

2 days agoGenres / Horror : Fangoria

After catching the fright flick at the New York City Horror Film Festival, this writer knew that Benjamin R. Moody’s LAST GIRL STANDING was a film to keep an eye on. Since then, the film has become a horror fest favorite, and recently played to an incredibly receptive audience at the FANGORIA-sponsored Texas Frightmare Weekend. […]

H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Lurking Fear” Coming to Vinyl

Cadabra Records has announced that they will be releasing a spoken word vinyl of H.P. Lovecraft‘s “The Lurking Fear” with Andrew Leman, co-founder of the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society, providing the reading. The limited 12? will be pressed in a run of 500 of which only 300 will be available for sale (don’t ask me […]

Watch ‘Blood Bath’, Starring Jeordie White (Marilyn Manson), Right Now!

The horror short Blood Bath, which we wrote about earlier this year, has been released and can be watched below. Starring Pandie Suicide (Ditch Day Massacre), Jeordie White (aka Twiggy Ramiriz from Marilyn Manson), Kimberly Ables Jindra (Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones) and a special guest appearance from Slipknot DJ Sid Wilson, the short was […]

‘Among the Sleep’ Wakes Up On Xbox One Next Week

After a slight delay caused by some unforeseen technical difficulties, Krillbite Studio has gotten the Xbox One port of their popular indie horror game Among the Sleep back on track and ready for a release on Friday, June 3rd. If you haven’t played this one yet, it’s a first-person adventure game about a two year-old […]

The Trailer For Eli Roth’s ‘Clown’ Will Transform You

It’s been a long time coming but the Eli Roth-produced Clown (review) is coming to theaters and VOD on June 17th and a trailer is here to show you exactly what’s in store! “‘Clown’ is a story of a loving father who dons a clown outfit and makeup to perform at his son’s sixth birthday, […]

Johnathon Schaech Joins ‘Day of the Dead’ Remake

Johnathon Schaech (Quarantine, Prom Night) has joined the ranks of Hector Vincens’ Day of the Dead remake, which is written by Jeffrey Reddick, according to Deadline. The remake, “Follows a former medical student tormented by a dark figure from her past, who happens to be a half-human, half-zombie hell-bent on destroying her.” Nu Image and […]

‘Dead by Daylight’ is Doing Cool Things With Character Progression

The makers of next month’s asymmetrical multiplayer slasher game Dead by Daylight are back and they’ve brought a new developer diary — the fourth in an ongoing series — that explains how the game’s nifty character progression system works. Everything you do in Dead by Daylight awards Blood Points, which are a currency that can […]

NECA’s Next “Ultimate Freddy” is From ‘Dream Warriors’!

NECA has just announced that their next entry in the “Ultimate Freddy” line will be from none other than A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors. From the pictures they tweeted out, which you can see below, the set will come with a fully articulated Freddy Krueger figure, various accessories, as well as the […]

‘Carnage Park’ Looks Gleefully Batshit Wild

Mickey Keating has been turning a lot of heads with his films Pod and Darling. Now the director is ready to take us on a thrilling and suspenseful cat-and-mouse chase with Carnage Park (review). And to give you an idea of what you’re in store for, a trailer has been released and can be seen […]

[Review] Hulu’s Cult Series, “The Path”

Hulu’s intense psychological drama wraps up its first season confidently, setting up much more manipulation to come “You can’t fake belief, you know.” As The Path closes the door on its first season, it can’t help but feel reminiscent of how it began, with a strong foot forward and a smug wink to the audience. […]

Tiger Lab Vinyl Releasing Masahiro Ikumi’s ‘Perfect Blue’ Score on Vinyl

Tiger Lab Vinyl just let slip via their Twitter that they will be releasing Masahiro Ikumi‘s score to the Japanese psychological thriller/horror anime Perfect Blue. This marks the first time that the score has been released on this format, from what I can see. Perfect Blue was directed by Satoshi Kon, who also directed “Paranoia […]

How Well Do You Know the ‘Halloween’ Series?

Today has been a flurry of news regarding the Halloween franchise. First, it was announced that the series found a new home with Miramax and Blumhouse. Then, we confirmed that Hush‘s Mike Flanagan is in talks to direct the new film, which will see John Carpenter act as executive producer and possibly as the composer. […]

Lo-res Images From the ‘Resident Evil: The Final Chapter’ Trailer

The Facebook page Resident Evil Thailand uploaded and (has since deleted) several lo-res compilation images that features stills from a trailer for Resident Evil: The Final Chapter. According to a Brazilian Resident Evil fan page, the images may have been inadvertently leaked by now deleted password-protected trailer on creative director Joshua Mabie’s website. There is […]

‘Umbrella Corps’ Trailer Returns to Raccoon City

Capcom has added Raccoon City and its iconic police department to the growing list of destinations that Umbrella Corps plans to take us to when it releases next month. The two maps are joined by an underground Umbrella base, secluded European village, the shantytown of Kijuju, an abandoned Tricell facility and a secret Antarctic base, […]

[Review] ‘What We Become’ Is a Compelling, Character-Driven Undead Tale

The most deadly part of a zombie apocalypse might not be the undead after all. It might be the part where you’re boarded up in a house with your family. That’s what the new Danish film What We Become argues. Playing out primarily in the confines of one terrified nuclear family’s home, writer/director Bo Mikkelsen’s […]

Here’s Who We’re Told is in Talks to Direct ‘Halloween’ (Exclusive)

The people of Haddonfield should start preparing for the return of Michael Myers. Halloween is aiming to slash into theaters by 2017, and all we know is that Blumhouse, Miramax, and Trancas International Films are partnering on the revival. John Carpenter, who directed the seminal 1978 slasher classic, is acting as executive producer, and will […]

Photographer Creates Long Exposure Shots of Entire Movies

Photographer Jason Shulman has created a series on his site where he takes long exposures of movies, essentially capturing the entire film in one photograph. The results are rather beautiful, with small hints located in various places that immediately call to mind specific scenes or memorable moments. Truly, the more you look at each photograph, […]

Canadian Based Shivers Entertainment Brings Back True Horror with Massacre Up North

2 days agoGenres / Horror : 28DLA

Massacre Up North is an indie horror release from Canada. Originally released on VHS in 2001, new distribution company Shivers Entertainment is re-releasing this title on VHS. As well, Shivers is launching the film, for the first time, on DVD, today! The film is a revenge slasher feature, in which one disfigured killer sets out to kill his attackers. Show More Summary

Eli Roth's Clown has a very unhappy birthday in this new trailer

CLOWN, the werewolf-esque story from producer Eli Roth is finally coming to the U.S. after what feels like a decade. In anticipation, this new trailer shows off the bonkers mythology behind the titular entity. The film seems to be taking its concept a little more seriously than I'd hope, but those effects are some solid stuff. Show More Summary

Robert Kirkman says Outcast is scarier than The Walking Dead

The next venture from Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman is Outcast, a Cinemax series also based on a comic. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, he made some very intriguing statements comparing the two shows: Walking Dead is such a visceral, physical threat, and with Outcast, it’s an inward threat. Show More Summary

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