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Exclusive Poster: Wartime Horror in “NEITHER HEAVEN NOR EARTH”

yesterdayGenres / Horror : Fangoria

Earlier this year, FANGORIA brought in the first word on NEITHER HEAVEN NOR EARTH, the existential terror title that brings a supernatural spin on the horrors of war. Now, with the film’s New York opening only a month away, FANGORIA has the exclusive first look at the fright film’s inaugural poster! Directed by Clément Cogitore, here’s […]

Exclusive Clip: Bryan Brewer’s Creature Feature “THE RAKING”!

yesterdayGenres / Horror : Fangoria

With the money available to independent horror filmmakers dwindling with each passing year, it’s a damn shame that there are not more creature features in the genre marketplace. However, the rarity of modern monster movies have made the arrival of the few and far between much more appreciated. Now, actor/director Bryan Brewer is readying to […]

‘Doom for Doom’ Mod Arrives in July

Since the very beginning, Doom has relied on a balance of fluid movement and satisfying gunplay that form the core of the series’ wide appeal and incredible staying power. Its latest incarnation successfully preserved that balance, improving it in small ways, with Glory Kills and alternate firing modes for its arsenal of weapons. The latter […]

Trailer Hypes 2016 BloodList

Created and released annually by independent manager and producer Kailey Marsh, the official website is gearing up for the 2016 list with the below hype trailer. BloodList was created in 2009 to bring attention to unproduced dark genre screenplays and pilots in circulation. A calendar year for a script to be considered runs from October […]

‘Day of the Dead’: Jonathan Scheach Gets a Makeup Test; Full Cast!

Shooting is set to get underway on Day of the Dead, the second remake to George A. Romero’s zombie film from 1985. Having a bit of fun from set is Johnathon Schaech (Quarantine, Prom Night), who shares the below shot of himself getting a makeup test done for the film, which follows a former medical […]

Trailer For Alex Aja’s ‘The 9th Life of Louis Drax’ Teases Terrible Family Secrets

Alex Aja’s (Horns, The Hills Have Eyes, Mirrors, Piranha, High Tension) latest supernatural thriller, The 9th Life of Louis Drax, starring Jamie Dornan (Fifty Shades of Grey, The Fall), Aaron Paul (Last House On the Left, Breaking Bad, Need for Speed, Triple Nine) and Sarah Gadon (Dracula Untold, The Amazing Spider-man 2) is set for release […]

Strap On a Proton Pack Because YOU Can Be a Ghostbuster!

More and more I’m seeing that VR is the next big thing in entertainment technology. 3D is still something that happens here and there in theaters but I don’t see it being pushed nearly as much as it was just a couple of years ago. The focus now is on VR tech and how it […]

[Review] ‘The Shallows’: A Tale of Perseverance Wrapped In Sharksploitation

The Shallows was released this Friday, just in time for “Shark Week” and hot weather. The ocean and I have a strange relationship. I’ve always been fascinated by it but it’s depth and what lurks beneath has grown even more terrifying as I’ve gotten older. I attribute this to fully knowing that nature is the harshest […]

The Groom Finds Love in Freaky ‘Outlast’ Cosplay

Eddie Gluskin, aka The Groom, was the sinister, sex-starved star of Outlast: Whistleblower, in which he proved himself a reliable source of both sadistic terror and endlessly quotable lines — “You make yourself a gift for me, a delicacy to be unwrapped and unwrapped again… and savored.” His quest for love was doomed from the […]

We’re Getting a Criterion Edition of ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’

In 2006, Guillermo del Toro brought us Pan’s Labyrinth, a fantasy horror film that was rooted deeply in the drama genre. Telling the tale of Ofelia, a young girl who moves with her mother to her new stepfather’s army post after Spain’s civil war and retreats into her own imagination to avoid the horrors of […]

Pssst, Wanna See Lucifer From the Now Defunct ‘Paradise Lost’?!

Before Scott Derrickson was the director of Marvel’s Doctor Strange he was a horror guy. He’s behind the awesome Exorcism of Emily Rose, which was Jennifer Carpenter’s breakout role, as well as Sinister and Deliver Us From Evil. Back in 2008, Derrickson was attached to Paradise Lost, an adaptation of the epic 17th-century English poem […]

‘Fox Trap’ Looks to Carry 90’s Era Revenge Vibe

We have a teaser trailer for a new indie production that looks like something out of the ’90s, like Urban Legend or I Know What You Did Last Summer. In addition, Bloody has landed some images from Jamie Weston’s Fox Trap, which shares our first look at the film’s slasher. “After a terrible accident leaving […]

The Alternate Timeline of the New Star Trek Movies Finally Has an Official Name

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : io9

CBS has finally announced an official name for the alternate timeline that started with 2009's Star Trek. Given that most of the unofficial ones weren’t particularly complimentary, it’s weird it took them this long to choose one. Read more...

Months Later, Players Finally Solve GTA V's Bigfoot Mystery 

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Last year, fans found a golden peyote plant in GTA V that could transform players into Sasquatch. This discovery was actually the tip of the iceberg of a much larger, way more ridiculous mystery. Read more...

Ancient Mars Was Even More Earth-Like Than We Imagined

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : io9

New findings from NASA’s Curiosity Rover provide evidence that significant amounts of oxygen once permeated the atmosphere of ancient Mars. The Red Planet, it would seem, was more Earth-like than we thought. Read more...

Researchers Just Found a Giant Cache of Water Underneath California

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Last year, researchers estimated that California had lost 63 trillion gallons of water over the course of 18 months of drought. Now, a huge reservoir of underground water—three times bigger than engineers thought—has been found under California. But it still won’t solve the state’s drought troubles. Read more...

Buy a Kindle Paperwhite, Get a Leather Case and USB Charger For Just $8 Extra

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : io9

While supplies last, Amazon’s offering up a Kindle Paperwhite bundle which includes a magnetic leather case and a USB charger for just $128 (with code 9ZHMJMIP), or only $8 more than buying the Kindle alone. The best part? You get seven different cover colors to choose from. Read more...

Electrocuting People Was Basically America's Favorite Pastime in the 1920s

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Forget baseball. America’s favorite pastime in the 1920s was electrocuting people. I’m not even joking. Read more...

USS Enterprise Moves Upstairs

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : TrekToday

After an extensive restoration, the USS Enterprise model is moving from the basement of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum to...

Lin For Akira?

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : TrekToday

According to rumors, Warner Bros. would like Justin Lin to sign on as a director for a live-action adaptation of the Akira...

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