I may catch hell for this, but Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers is in no way as bad as some make it out to be, and quite frankly speaking, one of the better installments in the franchise series. Personally, I rank The Return a close second to Season of the Witch – another one […]
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That creepy little girl with the mask just became so much creepier. FOX’s “The Exorcist” has a way of going places you never expected it to, most notably with the totally unexpected Season 1 reveal that Geena Davis’ Angela Rance was actually Regan MacNeil from the original film! Almost exactly one year later, the show […]
I love Stephen Hopkins’ 1990 Predator 2. It was so cool seeing them flip the script and head out of the jungle and into the streets of Los Angeles. I’m guessing director Shane Black felt the same because this new art for his The Predator promises that the alien hunter will be heading back to the streets. Recently […]
Paul Kearney is working on two new novels. The first is provisionally entitled The Other Side of Things and will be a sequel to his critically-acclaimed 2016 novel The Wolf in the Attic. The Wolf in the Attic was an excellent novel, one of the top genre releases of 2016, and the news that we'll find out what happened next to Anna is most welcome. Show More Summary
OCTOBER 16, 2017 GENRE: SLASHER SOURCE: THEATRICAL (REGULAR SCREENING) Full disclosure: my friend was a co-producer on Happy Death Day. Fuller disclosure: I was so tired when I watched it that I actually forgot about that until it was like halfway over, and I was already a big fan of what it was doing by then. Show More Summary
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The folks at tor.com have just posted an extract from Ian Cameron Esslemont's Deadhouse Landing. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.Here's the blurb:Return to the turbulent history of what would become the Malazan Empire…After the disappointments in Li Heng, Dancer and Kellanved wash up on a small insignificant island named Malaz. Show More Summary
Our little Timbit! I’ve spent the past couple of days working on my pitch for the Masked series, reading, and going through the scores of letters Dark Matter fans have sent in. Another 15 were added to the dropbox yesterday, bringing the grand total to close to 300! Tomorrow, it’s a mini Dark Matter reunion […]
In honor of the release of Star Trek: Discovery, Star Trek Online is offering captains some cool free stuff. The first free...
A lot of people were surprised or even put out when 20th Century Fox revealed the next movie in the X-Men cinematic universe, The New Mutants, would be a straight-up horror flick. This despite the early issues of the comic itself venturing into horror territory, beginning with Chris Claremont and Bill Sienkiewicz’s The Demon Bear […]
One of the coolest rumors floating around this past year was that Legendary Pictures had plans to eventually bring Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim into the universe of both King Kong and Godzilla. The rumor was shot down but it’s legitimately not that unrealistic considering Legendary is behind all three franchises, which are all alive […]
The USS Discovery crew gets suited up for a daring mission in "Lethe'
There’s only one person who has to die. And Rick is going to kill him. This Sunday night, October 22, “The Walking Dead” returns to AMC with its landmark 100th episode. But why wait? Watch the cold open RIGHT NOW! Greg Nicotero directed Episode #100, titled ‘Mercy.’ In it, Rick and his group, along with […]
The Saw series is many things, including addictively watchable and undeniably iconic, but it is certainly not consistent. A graph outlining the franchise’s quality from beginning to end would look a lot like a roller coaster, with plenty of peaks and valleys even within a single installment. It’s not exactly fair to say that the […]
“The Simpsons” celebrates Halloween 2017 with the 28th annual Treehouse of Horror. For an impressive number of years now, “The Simpsons” has created spooky magic with their annual, Halloween-themed episodes, and this year’s Treehouse of Horror XXVIII has just been fully detailed via an official FOX press release. Show More Summary
What could Funko possibly do to win over the hearts of horror fans even more? Well, this Winter they’re turning your favorite horror icons into 8-bit vinyl toys! This series features the nightmare serial killer Freddy Krueger – complete with iconic sweater and bladed glove, and the silent killing machine Jason Voorhees. Rounding out the […]
Mike Patton of Faith No More and Dead Cross fame has scored the Stephen King sourced thriller, 1922, which is available now via Netflix. A press release tells us that an expanded score will be released via Ipecac Recordings in 2018. The 1922 offering follows-up Patton’s critically-acclaimed score to The Place Beyond The Pines, a musical outing that Pitchfork said […]
We’ve got to survive! Somebody’s got to survive! The Bloody Disgusting forums are back! We’ve rebuilt our forums to be faster and easier to use, so everyone can get in on the conversation. If you’re looking for a place to talk horror, we’ve got you covered. There are over 170k horror fans signed up and […]
Just in time for Halloween, “Damsels” is a short horror film about dating gone deliciously wrong. Starring Rachel Faulkner (The Possession Experiment, Ride Along 2) and Clarke Wolfe (Slashed! The Musical, Syfy, Nerdist), “Damsels” is the story of a couple of gals out for a night of food and fun. “Damsels” was created and […]