It's not often that a horror franchise flick that proclaims it's the "final chapter"actually ends the series. That's how we saw 3 more Freddy movies after FREDDY'S DEAD: THE FINAL NIGHTMARE. Hell, FRIDAY THE 13TH has had two final chapters and is still going strong. But after SAW: THE FINAL CHAPTER closed in 2010, scarcely a rumble... Read More...
The NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET and WES CRAVEN’S NEW NIGHTMARE heroine deals with more supernatural evil in HOME, set for release next month. Read on for the info and the key art. Inception Media Group has set HOME, written (with producer Jeff Lam) and directed by Frank Lin, for DVD and VOD release March 1. […]
A satisfying, disturbing ‘X-Files’ hits both the frightening and the familial in an episode that you shouldn’t even try to logically explain “It’s not alive. It’s not dead.” Oh, that episode of The X-Files where a homeless person’s thoughts manifest themselves into vengeful murderous trash? Yeah, I remember that one. That very well might be […]
The folk over at Man At Arms: Reforged have done it again! This time, the crew over at Baltimore Knife & Steel have taken the cover weapon from Bloodborne, which made Adam’s Top 5 games of 2015, and brought it to life using a ton of metal, grinding, and welding, ultimately creating a weapon that […]
Tippi Hedren made her big screen debut for the Master of Horror, himself, in Alfred Hitchcock's 1963 classic, The Birds. She would work with the director again in the psychological thriller, Marnie, alongside the great Sean Connery. In an interesting twist of fate, Hedren would also work for the Master of Schlock, Ed Wood, in the years to follow.
Ilya Naishuller's POV thriller HARDCORE HENRY has got itself a brand spanking new poster, and it's about as hardcore as it promises. Although its impact diminishes coming out so close to the truly remarkable HIGH RISE poster, which has a similar aesthetic, it's still a massively fun design that gets the adrenaline pumping. Show More Summary
Check out the full image gallery and hi-res poster art for Travis Z’s Cabin Fever remake, which will be releasing in limited theaters (New York and Los Angeles) and on Digital HD February 12th. IFC Midnight is behind the new Cabin Fever, which is a near word-for-word remake; Travis Z’s take is from a screenplay […]
Back in 2004 Jigsaw became a household name when Lionsgate carved out a theatrical release for James Wan and Leigh Whannell’s low-budget festival fav Saw. It was so successful that it became an annual tradition to expect a new Saw sequel each and every October. The games came to an end with 2010’s Saw 3D […]
Mike Oldfield's "Tubular Bells" theme for THE EXORCIST is understandably iconic, highlighting that film's slow burn terror with a relentless, driving eeriness. However, it wasn't the original music written to underscore...Show More Summary
The poster for Peeping Tom does little justice to the film, itself, which comes across as a cheap exploitation flick based on the image above. Michael Powell's taut thriller has become recognized as one of the genre greats in the decades since its original release.
FREAKS OF NATURE has been an unlucky film, given a lackluster limited release after strong initial buzz, but the promotional material is still sharp as a tack. This Valentine's Day-themed trailer uses the oldest trick in the book,...Show More Summary
Tagline: "Their Psychic Powers Became the Ultimate Weapon." A second movie poster has been released for Joe Begos' (Almost Human) The Mind's Eye (left). This time, the tagline states: "their psychic powers became the ultimate weapon." And, this exploitation film involves telekinetic assassins and bloody action scenes. Show More Summary
I loved Ilya Naishuller’s first-person actioneer Hardcore Henry, which is “filled to the brim with holy shit moments.” STX won the film after a heated bidding war out of the Toronto International Film Festival, and will now release it in theaters on April 8th. This afternoon the official poster was dropped out of a plane […]
One of the things this writer loves so very much about Wes Craven’s filmography is that, when left to his own devices, Craven was not afraid to go absolutely crazy with his work. In that sense, several of Craven’s films throw caution to the wind as irreverent humor, dream logic and bloody horror run wild […]
Towards the end of 2015, FANGORIA reported on one of the most fun interactive horror events on the East Coast, the Deer Park, NY-based NYZ APOCALYPSE experience. Offered as an immersive laser-weapon production for teams of four as they fight their way through a zombie outbreak, the event mixes macabre, make-up clad madness, pulse-pounding survival thrills […]
Her weapon is trust, her target is innocence... That's the alluring hook of EMELIE, the latest addition in the beloved "psycho nanny" subgenre; we can't get enough of these. The film stars Sarah Bolger, from THE MOTH DIARIES and THE LAZARUS EFFECT, as the titular character, a babysitter who might actually want to sit on your babies. Show More Summary
Freaks of Nature will be abducted on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital February 9, 2016, from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. This exclusive trailer mashup takes us to beginning and the end of the apocalypse filled with aliens, vampires and a zombie! Robbie Pickering’s horror comedy takes place in the town of Dillford where humans, vampires and […]
Kane Hodder, Bill Moseley and other veterans of the screen psycho trade find themselves on the other side of a murderous situation in SMOTHERED, a sendup of slasher films coming next month. Distributor Indican Pictures gave us the exclusive first look at the latest trailer and details of the release. Indican opens SMOTHERED in select […]
Makeup guru, Jack Pierce, takes a little off the top for Lon Chaney behind the scenes of The Wolf Man, from 1941! Which instrument is used to strike the final blow against the character in the film?