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[Comic Review] “Convergence: Swamp Thing” #1 – Is Rooted In Horror

“Convergence: Swamp Thing” #1 welcomes original Swamp Thing creator Len Wien back to series in perhaps the best one shot of the event yet. It reads like a reintroduction to the troubled mass of moss, and manages to infuse the hero with new set of horror roots. The issue isn’t without its pacing problems, but it […]

Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart” Getting A Modern Spin

Deadline is reporting that Edgar Allen Poe’s classic horror story “The Tell-Tale Heart” is being adapted for modern day audiences into a new film called Tell-Tale Lies, which just began production. The film, which will be directed by Colin Theys from a script by John Doolan, will focus on, “…four friends at a prestigious university […]

Two new posters for Leigh Whannell's Insidious Chapter 3

Leigh Whannell’s INSIDIOUS CHAPTER 3 is almost here, and today we have two new posters to share, featuring a possessed Stefanie Scott hobbling around on some broken legs; the second poster is exactly the same, only she’sShow More Summary

[TV Review] “The Flash” S01E19 ‘Who is Harrison Wells?’

By Brady Steele / twitter: @mrbradysteele. The Flash / Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) has to go up against a shape shifter, a villain in hero’s clothing and a test of trust between friends. The mystery of “Who is Harrison Wells?” finally gets some traction and puts the season-long storyline into its final lap. The most entertaining part of having an adversary […]

[TV Review] “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D” – ‘The Frenemy of my Enemy’

This week Cal is heavily featured as he takes Skye on a tour of the “old haunts” where he would have liked to have raised her.  I particularly enjoy his manic, child-like approach to things and watching Skye squirm and look for a moment to escape throughout the episode added some welcome tension and served […]

New Posters For ‘Insidious Chapter 3? Released

Two new posters for Insidious Chapter 3 have been released, although they’re kinda the same thing. The posters show Stefanie Scott’s character “Quinn” walking through an open door on broken casts, although one poster is flipped so it appears that everything is upside down (except for the writing, of course). You can see the two […]

Here’s A US Map Showing Where Horror Movies Took Place

Have you ever watched a horror movie and wondered, “Where does this take place?” Well, a thread on Reddit features a huge map that shows which movies took place in which states. Now, keep in mind that this focuses on the stories themselves, not where it was filmed. Also, some films crossed state lines during […]

Which Character Would You Be From ‘Rocky Horror’?

Alright Rocky Horror Picture Show fans, gather round! This movie is widely regarded as one of the greatest cult classics and certainly one of the most popular. Our very own Kalyn Corrigan wrote a fantastic piece celebrating the film’s anniversary and that got me thinking that it’d be fun to see which characters from the […]

Bernard Rose's Frankenstein starring Carrie-Anne Moss picked up by Alchemy

The US rights to Bernard Rose's FRANKENSTEIN have been acquired by Alchemy following the film's highly acclaimed World Premiere at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival where it was awarded the grand prize, the Golden Raven...Show More Summary

Are You A Fan Of 80?s Action? Listen To ‘The Annihilator’ From Karate King!

The rise of retrosynth isn’t just focused on horror, although that’s what it might seem like. You can’t forget that there are other film styles that the genre can pay homage to. Perhaps one of the best examples is the 80?s action film, which were often as violent and gory as any horror film of […]

Alchemy Acquires ‘Candyman’ Director’s ‘Frankenstein’

Film House Germany announced today that Alchemy – who just landed Rob Zombie’s 31 – has secured the US rights to Candyman director Bernard Rose’s Frankenstein from Summerstorm Entertainment following its highly acclaimed World Premiere at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival where it was awarded the grand prize, the Golden Raven Award. Xavier Samuel […]

First clip from Maggie starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Abigail Breslin

Arnold Schwarzenegger's first foray into dramatic territory, MAGGIE, makes its world premiere tonight at the Tribeca Film Festival; to celebrate, the former Governator has shared a clip from the film with his Facebook fans. In the clip, which you can see below, Schwarzenegger has a serious chat with his undead daughter, played by Abigail Breslin. Show More Summary

Skinless “Skinless” Music Video Trailer (Exclusive)

Bloody-Disgusting has teamed up with death metal band Skinless to exclusively tease their upcoming video for “Skinless”, which comes from their upcoming album Only The Ruthless Remain (out June 2nd via Relapse Records). The teaser is chock full of horror imagery, from skulls to spinning crucifixes, a man tied to a chair to vicious gore. […]

Arnold Schwarzenegger Protects ‘Maggie’ In This First Clip

In this first clip from Henry Hobson’s zombie film, Maggie, Arnold Schwarzenegger (The Terminator) speaks with his undead daughter Abigail Breslin (Zombieland, Signs, Final Girl), who he’s vowed to protect. In the film, “A Midwestern farmer (Schwarzenegger) stays by the side of his beloved teenage daughter (Breslin) even as she slowly turns into a cannibalistic […]

MTV's Scream series adds Amelia Rose Blaire as a quirky podcast host

MTV's television series Scream continues to add to its cast (even though it airs on June 30th). True Blood alum Amelia Rose Blaire has joined the horror ensemble, reports TV Line. Blaire will play "Piper Shay, the smart, quirky hostShow More Summary

[Comic Review] Valiant Entertainment Releases 04/22/15

Reviewed by Brady Steele. The Valiant Entertainment Universe bounces back triumphantly this week by nailing three titles and making them all uniquely great. Ninjak #2, Divinity #3 and Ivar, Timewalker #4 are all fantastic reads worth your time and money. I’m going to cram in all the good stuff into one nice review for your reading pleasure. 1st - Ivar, Timewalker […]

M. Night Shyamalan's The Visit debuts an international poster

  A couple of days ago we showed you the first poster for THE VISIT, M. Night Shyamalan's bid to be taken seriously as a genre director again. While simple, it gave us perhaps the most morbid message ever left by a grandma to her loved ones. Show More Summary

[Comic Review] “The Fly Outbreak” #2 Feels Empty

“The Fly: Outbreak” #2 takes us through the first 17 days of quarantine after everyone is exposed to the “disease” during Bartok’s escape.  Martin sits in solitary secretly video chatting with Beth while tension grow among the quarantined.  The disease is spreading fast and it affects the mind in really scary ways.  The looming creepiness […]

[5 Skull Review] “Intersect” #6 Proves We Are Not Alone

“Intersect” #6 begins with the most recognizable image and coherent thought in the entire series as an incredible amount of blood runs out from under a destroyed car.  Two men are trapped together deep inside the car, fusing to it.  “I’ll be with you until it’s over” one of them says as he, the car, […]

[Comic Review] “Invisible Republic” #2 Is Fascinatingly Deep

“Invisible Republic” #2  proves to be just as strong as it’s opening chapter. The story advances at a brisk pace, with almost every scene giving a sense of forward motion. This comes as a nice counterpoint to the utter stagnation of the world they’re both on. WRITTEN BY: Gabriel Hardman & Corinna Bechko ART BY: […]

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