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Netflix has released a trailer for Adam Wingard's Death Note

DEATH NOTE is an "international phenomenon", but it's one that I have absolutely no familiarity with. It all began with a manga series and the concept has since served as the basis of novels, animes, video games, and multiple live action adaptations. Show More Summary

Dig Two Graves (Movie Review)

PLOT: After a young girl's brother is killed in a tragic accident, a mysterious stranger makes her an offer: if she causes the death of a classmate, her brother will be brought back to life. REVIEW: An independent film directed by...Show More Summary

Ghostly New ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ Images

New images from Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales confirms the trailer’s a wicked surprise, it’s apparently a Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) origin story! Captain Salazer’s (Javier Bardem) motive comes when a young Sparrow takes everything from him. The CGI to make Depp look younger is pretty crazy… Johnny Depp returns to the big screen as […]

Knott’s Berry Farm Opening Virtual Reality Ghost Town in April

Who wants to battle time-traveling robots with us?! Located not far from Disney, Orange County’s Knott’s Berry Farm may be the oldest theme park in America, but that’s not stopping it from being on the cutting edge of theme park innovation. The park just announced that they’ll be launching a virtual reality attraction on April 1st, […]

Marilyn Manson Calls Upon ‘Say10’ This June!

One of the year’s biggest disappointments was when February 14th came and went without a new Marilyn Manson album. You see, the shock-rocker had previously announced his next album, Say10, for release on this date, only nothing came of it. But good things come to those who wait. Manson took to social media today with […]

[Review] ‘Dig Two Graves’ Unearths Wonderful Acting and Story

Let’s face it. Revenge film are pretty cliché. So are those “What would you do for love?” films. They’re also fun as hell when done right. As the saying goes, it’s the journey that’s important, not the destination. The development of the protagonist, their grief and their rage, and the moral conflicts that arise when […]

Brad Dourif is a mad scientist in The Control Group

Brad Dourif has returned to deliver another vocal performance as the iconic killer doll Chucky for CULT OF CHUCKY, which is scheduled to be released this Halloween. But we don't have to wait until October to see (or hear) Dourif bring to life a maniacal character who enjoys tormenting people. Show More Summary

We’ve Got the First Five Minutes of ‘Ghost in the Shell’!

Ghost in the Shell opens in theaters nationwide on March 31, 2017. I always like to be honest with you guys. And if I’m being completely honest, I know absolutely nothing about the source material that this year’s Ghost in the Shell is based on. But even despite that, I think this movie looks absolutely awesome. I’m […]

Natalia Cordova-Buckley has a role in the final season of Bates Motel

A&E's PSYCHO-inspired series Bates Motel is currently in the middle of its fifth and final season, and I have really been enjoying this season so far. The show's Norman Bates has officially gone full-on psycho and more elements...Show More Summary

‘A Dark Song’ to Communicate With the Other Side via IFC Midnight

IFC Midnight has announced an April 28th release for Liam Gavin’s occult horror flick A Dark Song (review) in select theaters, on VOD, and via digital platforms in the U.S. It has screened at such prestigious festivals as Sitges, the...Show More Summary

Producer updates on World War Z 2, hopes Fincher will direct

It's already been almost four years since the release of WORLD WAR Z, a somewhat troubled movie that used the novel by Max Brooks as a source of inspiration but wasn't the adaptation many fans of the book would have liked to see. Show More Summary

‘Avenged’ Director Battles ‘The Russian Bride’!!

One of my favorite independent films from the past few years in Michael S. Ojeda‘s Crow-esque Avenged, which featured stunning camerawork, cinematography and excellent choreography.  According to the film’s Facebook page,  filming is...Show More Summary

[SXSW Review] Michael O’Shea’s ‘The Transfiguration’ is a Refreshing and Moving Vampire Tale

Themes of isolation have regularly permeated vampire stories in popular culture for years, and why wouldn’t they? Vampires are arguably the quintessential outcasts in horror, a concept explored on film in various ways, from 1922’s Nosferatu all the way to 2014’s A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night. Show More Summary

Mysterious “Twin Peaks” Billboards Have Begun Popping Up

David Lynch’s bizarre soap opera returns in just two months. The promotional campaign for the big return of Showtime’s “Twin Peaks” is in full swing, and much like the show itself, it’s been weirdly compelling. As we told you earlier this month, posters with a phone number attached to them are popping up all over […]

“Bates Motel” Hires an Attorny for the Final Season

“Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D” star Natalia Cordova-Buckley has been tapped for a multi-episode guest star role in the A&E drama “Bates Motel”, Variety reports. Cordova-Buckley will play Julia Ramos in the final season, a world-weary and efficient high-powered attorney who typically represents guys from the drug business. Sharp as a tack, Julia is described as a […]

Reitman confirms there are still more Ghostbusters movies in the works

For years, the rights to the GHOSTBUSTERS film franchise were in the hands of director Ivan Reitman and Ghostbusters Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, and Bill Murray. This is why we never got a GHOSTBUSTERS 3, because all four of them would have to sign off on a project for it to happen. Show More Summary

Robert Englund Really Wants You to See Cannibal Western ‘Bone Tomahawk’

One of my favorite things about Robert Englund is that he’s always watching and talking up new horror movies; whether at conventions across the country or on Twitter, the legendary horror icon can often be found recommending movies to his legions of fans, which always puts a smile on my face. But what is Englund’s […]

Barf Bags Provided at Los Angeles Screenings of ‘Raw’

I’m not ashamed to admit when I’m scared or when I something is so vile it affects me physically. I nearly lost my lunch when I saw Julia Ducournau’s award-winning psychological horror thriller Raw (read my review), now in select theaters across the country. While the film itself isn’t that gory, there’s one scene in particular that churned […]

Huge ‘Terminator’ Announcement on the Horizon!

As I explained in yesterday’s story, I didn’t think The Terminator franchise was dead, it was merely exiled from Paramount Pictures where it would have suffered a slow and painful death anyways. Franchise creator James Cameron is to regain the rights in 2019, and is already targeting Deadpool director and VFX wiz Tim Miller to direct a reboot and conclusion […]

Yes, They’re Making a Sequel to the Japanese ‘Godzilla’ Reboot

I’m in the minority of people who dislike, no, scathe the U.S. remake of Godzilla. While I’m not digging into that right now, I will say that I was blown away with Japan’s own reboot, last year’s Shin Godzilla, which was politically charged and damned exciting. The film received an extremely limited theatrical run here […]

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