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Fear, Inc. (2016)

OCTOBER 19, 2016 GENRE: COMEDIC, SURVIVAL SOURCE: THEATRICAL (FESTIVAL SCREENING) As I've said before, I don't like to know too much about a movie before I see it, especially at a festival, but I took it to a new extreme last night for Fear, Inc. Show More Summary

Artist Edits ‘Halloween’ Stills With Bad Michael Myers Masks

The night he came… wait… what the hell is that?! As bad as the Michael Myers masks may have been in the post-Halloween 2 installments of the franchise, even they look menacing when compared to the countless mass-produced masks that Halloween costume companies have put out over the years. While Trick or Treat Studios is […]

Curl Up Inside the UK Poster for ‘We Are the Flesh’

Trump’s wall isn’t the only Mexican structure originating from demented mind.  The new UK poster from Arrow Video’s We Are the Flesh (read our review) has arrived and gives us a look at a bizarre cavernous structure where insane and depraved fantasies are acted out.  The film will be getting a release in UK cinemas on November […]

Ithaca Fantastik Announces Full Lineup for 2016!

Ithaca Fantastik will unleash its fifth annual film festival Nov. 9–13 in Ithaca, NY. The IF team has carefully crafted a lineup to offer something for every fantastic film lover. The festival has horror fans covered, with some of the year’s stand-out genre gems. Fantastic Fest award winner The Autopsy of Jane Doe (André Orvedal) will lead […]

‘Shut In’ Images Share Glances of Confusion and Fear (Exclusive)

In Shut In, The Ring‘s Naomi Watts stars as a widowed child psychologist who lives an isolated existence in rural New England. Caught in a deadly winter storm, she must find a way to rescue a young boy, played by The Room‘s Jacob Tremblay, before he disappears forever. Charlie Heaton (“Stranger Things”) and Oliver Platt (Flatliners, Lake […]

Which Horror Film Will You Be Seeing in Theaters This Weekend?

This October surprisingly doesn’t see that many horror films getting a theatrical release, but a good chunk of the ones that are are coming out this weekend. And by “good chunk” I mean three of them. Of your three options, two are legitimate horror films. The third film is a Tyler Perry comedy. Pick your poison […]

Destrage’s ‘A Means to No End’ is the Most Fun You’ll Have Listening to a Metal Album This Year (Review)

I remember a couple of years ago when I first heard Protest the Hero’s “Clarity” off their (at the time) upcoming album Volition. That song, to this day, gets me insanely pumped up. I adore it, plain and simple. It got me so excited for the full album that I could barely contain myself when […]

J.K. Rowling Teases Casting News for Cormoran Strike Series

As many of us know The Cormoran Strike series is becoming a TV series. Last month we reported on the casting of Tom Burke in the lead role. So now Rowling is teasing us about who they have cast to play Cormoran’s partner Robin Ellacott. In a tweet Rowling stated,   Just cast her more!

[Telluride Horror Show ’16] A Recap of the Festival

This past weekend I was fortunate enough to attend the 7th annual Telluride Horror Show (henceforth referred to as THS), which took place (obviously) in the picturesque and beautiful location of Telluride, CO. Nestled in the Southwest corner of the state, Telluride sits 8,750ft. above sea level and has a population of under 2,500 people […]

Daniel Radcliffe to Star in ‘Beasts of Burden’

Daniel Radcliffe is set to star in an action-thriller Beasts of Burden, according to Moviefone. Moviefone reports that Beasts of Burden centers on a drug-running pilot who manages to come into conflict with both the DEA (drug enforcement administration) and drug cartels. Show More Summary

[Review] ‘Bed of the Dead’ Won’t Keep You Up at Night

Let’s get this out in the open right at the start: Bed of the Dead is not a good movie. It is fun, silly, and gory, but for folks who can’t overlook plot holes so big you can drive a truck through ’em, histrionic overacting and leaden dialogue, then this may not be the movie […]

Here are the Scariest States by the Numbers [Halloween Treat]

How many times have you watched a horror movie and thought to yourself, “Hey! That takes place in my state/town/area/whatever! That’s pretty cool!” If you live in New York or California then you’re probably pretty used to it, according to ForRent. If you’re in a different US State, then you’re probably, like me, really excited […]

The Original ‘Halloween 3’ Teaser Trailer Was Pretty Great

The night NO ONE comes home. For many years, Halloween 3: Season of the Witch was the bastard child of the Halloween franchise. The 1982 film took a huge risk by attempting to re-brand the series as an anthology of unrelated tales, but when fans just weren’t into the idea, Michael Myers was brought back […]

Reviewing “Ouija: Origin of Evil”

Smartly marketed as not necessarily having a connection to the 2014 movie Ouija, 2016’s Ouija: Origin of Evil is a surprisingly not bad little horror film. It’s all the more of a surprise considering the poor reputation of the original.   [Read more...]

Jaden Smith Claims He Was a Vampire But Isn’t Anymore

Jaden Smith, the son of mega blockbuster actor Will Smith, is known for his eccentric style and wild, often nonsensical statements (perfect example). Personally, I don’t really care what the kid wears or what he says but a lot of people seem to thrive on seeing what strange sayings come from this budding philosopher, which […]

TBS Gets into the Horror Game With Aubrey Plaza-starrer “Nightmare Time”

TBS has picked up Aubrey Plaza‘s (“Parks and Rec”, “Legion”, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates) half-hour horror comedy pilot “Nightmare Time”. Plaza is set to executive produce and star as herself in the scripted series which she wrote with Darcy Fowler, Kieran Valla, and Seth Kirschner. The logline is described as follows: “Set in […]

Lionsgate Boards Disturbed Girls in ‘Down a Dark Hall’

Noah Silver (pictured in “Tyrant”) and Rosie Day (“Outlander”) have joined the cast of Lionsgate’s upcoming film Down a Dark Hall, opposite Anna Sophia Robb and Isabelle Fuhrman (Orphan), reports Deadline. Buried‘s Rodrigo Cortés is directing the pic with a script from Michael Goldbach and Chris Sparling (Buried). Based on Lois Duncan’s 1974 YA novel […]

Aaron Paul Builds An ‘Android’ Wife

In a pre-American Film Market deal, “Breaking Bad” and The Last House on the Left‘s Aaron Paul, pictured, has come on board alongside Olga Kurylenko in the sci-fi thriller Android, reports Variety. Android is set on a lonely spaceship orbiting Neptune as Paul’s character fulfills his dream to rebuild his dead wife, portrayed by Kurylenko, […]

‘Jerry Maguire’ Star Joins the ‘Circus’

Things are about to get very strange for Jonathan Lipnicki as he’s nabbed the lead role in indie horror film Circus Kane, which sees a reclusive circus master invite a group of social media stars to his house of haunts, THR writes. In a nod to  Vincent Price’s House on Haunted Hill, anyone who can make it out […]

TNT’s “Let the Right One In” Pilot Begins Casting

Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce‘s Necar Zadegan, pictured above, and Cameron Gellman (20th Century Woman) have joined the cast of Jeff Davis’ TNT drama pilot “Let the Right One In”, Deadline reports. Based on the best-selling novel by Swedish author John Ajvide Lindqvist, Let the Right One In is an eerie drama about a young boy, long tormented by his classmates, who […]

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