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Wild Eye Opens the Door of the ‘House of Afflictions’

Wild Eye Releasing has opened the doors to the House of Afflictions with a new poster and trailer. The latest supernatural thriller from UK director Anthony M. Winson (The Witching Hour, Unholy) follows a crime author mourning the loss of her child as she tries to start life over in a new home. She soon […]

Teaser trailer gives an early taste of Bugs

The "nature run amok" film BUGS doesn't officially enter production until January, but to help raise awareness for his film, writer/director Ryan McCoy (who previously wrote, produced, and starred in EVIDENCE) has already...Show More Summary

James Wan Shares Shots From London Set of ‘The Conjuring 2’

Shooting is nearing completion on New Line Cinema’s The Conjuring 2, with James Wan (Saw, Insidious, Dead Silence, Furious 7) once again at the helm. The supernatural thriller brings to the screen another real case from the files of renowned demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren. Wan shares a few new shots from set in London, […]

Featurette delves into the legend of the Krampus

Although the legend of the creature known as Krampus has been told in some countries for hundreds of years, the Christmas demon is currently enjoying a surge of popularity around the globe. As the legend spreads, many people who haven't...Show More Summary

‘The Other Side of the Door’ Trailer is Opened, Unleashing Vengeful Spirits!

It’s nice to see Twentieth Century Fox following through with their plan to get behind one low budget genre film a year. Just the other day we showed you the first ever imagery from The Other Side of the Door, which stars “The Walking Dead’s” Sarah Wayne Callies, as well as Wrong Turn and May […]

Fountain of Fear

It's almost Thanksgiving, and here's a supernatural appetizer (with an Native American twist!) to whet your whistle from the Jan. '54 issue of Out of the Shadows #11. Looks like this one got the Eerie Pub redraw / retitle treatment in...Show More Summary

This new Jeruzalem trailer raises hell

Found footage. Exotic locale. Demons. An idiotic title. Sounds familiar, doesn't it? Yoav and Doron Paz’s JERUZALEM takes hints from HOSTEL, DEVIL'S DUE, AS ABOVE, SO BELOW, and countless others in the construction of its...Show More Summary

[Review] ‘Victor Frankenstein’ – Typical Hollywood Fan Faire Salvaged by Bromance

Based on the 1818 gothic romance novel by Mary Shelley, Paul McGuigan’s Victor Frankenstein may be named after the Creature’s creator, but it actually attempts to separate itself from the recent onslaught of Universal Monster movies by focusing the story on Igor, Victor’s assistant. In this adaptation, the two men cross paths late one night […]

Double Murder Ep 63: The Visit vs. Goodnight Mommy

Double Murder is back with their Parental Impostor episode: The Visit vs. Goodnight Mommy! Just in time for all your Thanksgiving travels, Danny! and Tim review and rate two films about possible family frauds. In The Visit, from M Night Shyamalan, two siblings visit their grandparents for the first time, only to encounter the strange […]

No, Tom Cruise is Not in ‘The Mummy’

Earlier today, we posted that Tom Cruise was in talks to star in Universal’s reboot of The Mummy. However, it looks like that won’t be happening, according to Deadline, as Cruise is too busy shooting a sixth Mission Impossible film as well as a sequel to Jack Reacher. Now, that doesn’t mean that Cruise is […]

‘Fallout 4’ Review: Breaking Rad

Seven years ago, I was given my first introduction to the quirky, post-apocalyptic world of Fallout, in which our pursuit of the American Dream has been forcefully put on hold in order to make room for a nuclear war. I had no idea what Mirelurk were or how delicious they could be after your tastebuds […]

‘Victor Frankenstein’ Mash-Up Poster Pays Homage to One of the Greatest Comedies

Tom Hodge (aka The Dude Designs) has produced a mash-up poster for Victor Frankenstein, which pays homage to Mel Brooks’ hysterical and absolutely brilliant comedy Young Frankenstein. The new poster is nearly identical to the original, only this one replaces Gene Wilder and Marty Friedman with Daniel Radcliffe and James McAvoy. It’s a wonderful concept […]

New trailer, release date, exclusive directors’ comments: Israeli horror film “JERUZALEM”

5 days agoGenres / Horror : Fangoria

The burgeoning genre-film scene in Israel continues to make inroads into the U.S. with the upcoming release of JERUZALEM. Read on to check out the new trailer and word of the debut date, plus some exclusive words from the creators. Epic Pictures has announced that JERUZALEM, written and directed by brothers Doron and Yoav Paz […]

Today’s ‘Killing Floor 2’ Reveal Did Not Go Well

There aren’t very many words that can so effectively ignite the fiery passion of the gaming community than microtransactions. Tripwire Interactive learned this with the just-announced Trading Floor, a new in-game shop in Killing Floor 2 where players can take a break from murdering Zeds to purchase cosmetic goods. “The Trading Floor allows immediate access […]

At last: Kevin Bacon returns to “TREMORS”!

5 days agoGenres / Horror : Fangoria

Kevin Bacon has mentioned his desire to revisit his 1990 monster-movie favorite TREMORS on numerous occasions in recent years—and now that desire is being fulfilled. According to Entertainment Weekly, Bacon (who discussed his love of TREMORS at Fantasia and at a Fango-hosted screening at the New York-area Alamo Drafthouse) will star in and executive-produce a […]

Is Tom Cruise our mummy?

Universal's plan to reboot their classic monsters isn't exactly coming hot out of the gate. I, FRANKENSTEIN flopped like a fish, DRACULA UNTOLD should have stayed that way, and the other monsters have been scrambling to pickShow More Summary

Tremors TV show is in the works and bringing home the Kevin bacon

The graboids are getting ready to shake your world apart. Now that TREMORS 5: BLOODLINES has brought the franchise its first buzz since 2004, the times are a-changin'. You see, Universal Cable Productions and Blumhouse Productions...Show More Summary

[DVD Review] ‘Nightmare Code’ Successfully Tweaks Found Footage Idea

“Will the found footage fad ever go away?” I asked myself that several times during Mark Netter’s Nightmare Code. Considering that the Paranomal Activity series thankfully ended this year with Ghost Dimension (and considering its box office return), audiences may have finally had their fill with the subgenre. That’s all kind of unfair to Netter’s […]

New ‘Jeruzalem’ Trailer Teases a HUGE Creature

A new trailer for the Israeli epic horror film Jeruzalem has been released and it teases some sort of gigantic demonic creature, although we never get a good look at its dimensions. Regardless, it’s definitely piqued my interest! “Two American girls on vacation follow a mysterious anthropology student on a trip to Jerusalem. The party […]

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