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[Alpha and Omega] George A. Romero’s ‘The Dark Half’ and ‘Dawn of the Dead’

We unearth the details on George A. Romero’s arguably best and worst films, Dawn of the Dead and The Dark Half. ‘Alpha and Omega’ is a recurring feature that examines a famous horror director’s best critically received film and their worst reviewed installment (according to Rotten Tomatoes). It will compare and contrast these two efforts, […]

[Rumor] Will Tom Holland’s Spider-Man Appear In ‘Venom’?

Speculation often comes with an egg in the face, but this one is too good to pass up. Sony is deep into production on Venom, the first in a series of R-rated villain-themed Spider-Man spinoffs that stars Tom Hardy as the title character. Before turning into Venom, Eddie Brock was a journalist who was embarrassed […]

Queer Fear: Dissecting the Moral Dilemma of ‘The Skin I Live In’

Each month in Queer Fear, queer writers Joe and Trace tackle a horror film with LGBTQ+ elements, a high camp quotient or both. As a genre, horror has historically been an outlet in which to hide and/or explore subversive narratives. For lifelong queer horror fans like Joe and Trace, there’s a delight in deciphering the […]

Is Capcom Getting Ready to Reveal the ‘Resident Evil 2’ Remake?

In what perhaps might finally be something on that long-awaited Resident Evil 2 remake, Capcom have made a few conspicuous changes to their Twitter accounts. For starters, about a week ago, Capcom updated their officialBiohazard Twitter account to include a black space in their header image next to Resident Evil VII, Resident Evil: Revelations and […]

[TV Review] “The X-Files” Season 11 Episode 2: ‘This’

‘The X-Files’ leans into classic conspiracies and features an old friend—kind of—in an episode that struggles, but shows improvement. “They know that he knows.” When this return of The X-Files was originally announced, many fans were excited to see that much of the show’s original writing team was returning to pen these new scripts. Who […]

[TV Review] ‘The X-Files’ Season 11 Premiere: “My Struggle III”

“The X-Files” returns to pick up the pieces from last year’s finale, but it only creates a sloppier mess that undermines its audience. But hang in there. “Scully and her child have a bond beyond you; beyond science.” The X-Files’ 11th season comes in at an uphill battle. Last year’s 10th season return might have […]

‘DUSK’ Episode Two now Available; Duskmatch Coming Soon

Those who were looking for an awesome throwback to the mid-90s craze of 3D first-person shooters found solace in New Blood Interactive’s DUSK, which had its first episode launch earlier this year. Even our own Jimmy Champane enjoyed it. Well, the second episode for the game (entitled “The Facilities”) is now out for your enjoyment, […]

Colin Trevorrow Promises That ‘Fallen Kingdom’ is Nothing Like ‘The Lost World’

Life finds a way when we enter the Fallen Kingdom on June 22, 2018. When the trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom hit earlier this month, many fans of the franchise were comparing the Jurassic World sequel to the sequel to the original film, The Lost World: Jurassic Park. Indeed the film does appear to have similar plot […]

The 15 Scariest Moments From “Twin Peaks: The Return”

Twin Peaks saw a triumphant, challenging return in 2017. Here are the 15 scariest moments from The Return One of the most exciting television events of 2017 was the triumphant, unexpected return of David Lynch’s seminal series, Twin Peaks. Sometimes it still feels like a crazy dream that this 18-hour dive into madness even happened. […]

Horror’s 10 Funniest Moments In 2017

Keep up with our ongoing end of the year coverage here Simply saying that 2017 was a banner year for the horror genre might just be the understatement of the century. The literary master of fright, Stephen King, made this past year his bitch with an array of his stories being adapted for both the […]

Does ‘Resident Evil: The Final Chapter’ Contain the Biggest Plot Hole(s) of 2017?

Keep up with our ongoing end of the year coverage here The Resident Evil film franchise is an interesting creation. Adapted from a 1996 video game, the first installment (released in 2002) had almost nothing to do with the game it was based on (save for the fact that there were zombies, zombie dogs, a Licker and […]

Upcoming ‘Suspiria’ Screening in NY Gets Killer Poster Inspired By Original Trailer

The only thing more terrifying than the last 12 minutes… are the first 92. On Friday, January 12, 2018, at the Cinema Arts Centre in Huntington, New York, the Retro Picture Show presents a double feature presentation of Dario Argento classics Suspiria and Inferno, both on 35mm; the print of Suspiria being exhibited is the newly-discovered uncut […]

Priestess of Baal / Sinister Return

We're still screaming for our mommies with the release of my new book this week, MUMMIES, (IDW / Yoe Books) available everywhere NOW, or order a couple online HERE (and FYI: I have a few extras to spare as well if anyone wants to order...Show More Summary

Sam Neill Rumored to Return in ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’

Mr. Sunday Movies made a wild claim that Sam Neill could be returning to Jurassic Park as Dr. Alan Grant in J. A. Bayona‘s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. According to the video, Neill was spotted in a blacked-out SUV on set during filming, which suggested he could be making a surprise cameo. In regards to the source, they […]

[Video] Are These the Best Horror Movie Endings of the 21st Century?

Obviously, there are huge spoilers ahead. We recently profiled a video taking a look at 10 horror movies that were “ruined” by their twist endings, but what about the ones that ended on the most perfect of high notes? The folks over on Looper bring us “The Best Horror Movie Endings of This Century” this week, […]

Video Collects 18 Minutes of ‘The Shining’ References in Movies & TV

When a movie is as iconic as The Shining, you can expect it to be referenced and parodied far and wide. And oh boy has The Shining gotten TONS of those over the years. YouTube’s Jarvis City has gone the extra mile with his thoroughly exhaustive new video, collecting together as many of those references to […]

[Video] Bill Moseley Played Charles Manson in the Trailer for a Movie That Was Never Made

Many actors have played deceased madman Charles Manson, including Steve Railsback in Helter Skelter (’76), Marcelo Games in The Manson Family, Jeremy Davies in Helter Skelter (’04), and most recently, Evan Peters in “American Horror Story: Cult.” One actor who has become somewhat synonymous with Manson, while never actually playing him, is Bill Moseley, who starred in […]

“Silent Hill Requiem” Fan-Film is Finally Out! [Video]

While Christophe Gans’ Silent Hill is certainly one of the better video-game adaptations out there, Silent Hill: Revelations did its best to shatter any hopes of a successful movie series based on Konami’s legendary survival-horror franchise. Konami itself seems to have abandoned these games, having canceled Hideo Kojima and Guillermo Del Toro’s proposed revival of […]

Disgusting ‘Buzzard Hollow Beef’ Clip Harkens Back to ‘Poltergeist’ [Exclusive]

“You Are What You Eat.” Multicom Entertainment serves up Buzzard Hollow Beef just in time for all your family gatherings. “The psychedelic horror film follows a family, who after experiencing vivid hallucinations at their holiday meal, believe that they have been poisoned by cannibalistic hillbillies.” Directed by Joshua M. Johnson and co-written by Johnson and Tara […]

Ranking Every Twist in the ‘Saw’ Franchise!

If it’s Halloween, it must be Saw! For seven years, Lionsgate made Halloween even more of an event than it already was for horror fans. From 2004 to 2010, a new Saw movie was released at the end of every October. In preparation for Jigsaw, the eighth film in the franchise, I went back and re-watched all of the Saw films. I […]

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