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[Fantastic Fest Review] ‘Don’t Kill It’ Gives Dolph Lundgren a Chance to Shine

Director Mike Mendez has recently made a name for himself making schlock direct-to-DVD horror films, and he’s damn good at it. He has found a formula that works and sticks to it. After 2006’s above-average The Gravedancers, Mendez took a six-year break from directing before returning in 2013 with the pleasant surprise Big Ass Spider! That film was better […]

The End of the ‘Rupture’ Trailer Made Me Slam My Laptop Shut

A full trailer for the psychological horror/thriller Rupture has been released and it can go straight to hell! You all know of my fear of spiders, so seeing one march straight into the camera elicited a very loud, “Oh my god!” and resulted in my slamming my laptop shut and walking away for a few […]

[Fantastic Fest Review] James McAvoy is the Reason to See M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Split’

Undoubtedly many of you probably heard that Split, the latest offering from M. Night Shyamalan had its world premiere at Fantastic Fest in Austin, TX earlier this week. It was the festival’s only secret screening of the year, so no one (not even the staff) knew what we were going to be watching. Rather than get a […]

Behold the Origin of Apple in the Prequel to ‘Turbo Kid’!

One of my favorite movies of 2015 was the delightfully charming Turbo Kid (review), which followed the story of “The Kid” and his new friend Apple as they traverse the wasteland, dealing with some truly despicable folk who like to make sure your insides appear on the outside! The appearance of Apple comes seemingly out […]

WORLD OF DEATH EP14 – “Ca$hed” / “El Mariachi Loco”

They’re everywhere! On every street corner, in every store, all over your house, even in your pocket! Video cameras have become a part of our every day life, capturing some of mankind’s best and worst moments to be immortalized digitally. Filmmaking duo Shelly and Michael Doss take a stab at the medium with their short […]

Grab a Drink Because ‘Seven’ Turns 21 Today!

Back in 1992, David Fincher was still reeling from the awful experience he had making his first feature film Alien 3. After production was complete, he swore he would never make another movie. He eventually broke that oath a year and a half later when New Line Cinema sent him Andrew Kevin Walker’s early draft of […]

First Footage From Live-Action ‘Ghost in the Shell’ Adaptation Released

Five very short clips from Paramount’s upcoming live-action adaptation of the Masamune Shirow manga Ghost in the Shell have been released and can be seen below (let the videos finish to go through the playlist). As with the original manga and the anime, the footage here looks very “cyber punk”. Things are futuristic but sterile, […]

10 Great 70’s Supernatural Horror Films + “The Exorcist” Premiere

When it comes to mixing EDM and horror, one of the biggest names in the game is Evansville’s FIGURE. Since 2012, he’s provided the soundtrack to Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights and he’s known for his Monster series, which mixes hard hitting dubstep with horror movie samples. Today, we’ve got a double whammy from Figure. First, […]

[Alpha and Omega] Tobe Hooper – ‘The Texas Chain Saw Massacre’ and ‘The Mangler’

‘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, looking at the difference in the auteur’s work and seeing if any overlap exists as these two extremes of the director’s […]

WORLD OF DEATH EP 13 – “The Millipede Man” / “Split the Check”

The black and white horror films of yesterday don’t get much attention these days, which is unfortunate. These are the movies that paved the way for what gets made now. If it weren’t for Frankenstein, The Creature From the Black Lagoon, and other monsters of the silver-screen, we would probably never have Candyman, Pumpkinhead, or […]

This Video Proves That Yes, You Can Love Those Adorable Stranger Things Kids Even More

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Like the Game of Thrones kids before them, the Stranger Things kids have listened to their show’s theme song so many times that they’ve started to imagine words (sorta) to go with the instrumental tune. This video is especially fun because it shows, once again, how the kids have become total BFFs off-screen, too. Read more...

5 Scariest “American Horror Story” Teasers!

We asked and you answered! With the plethora of teasers released (25 to be exact) for last night’s sixth season premiere of American Horror Story: My Roanoke Nightmare, you’d think it would be difficult to pick just one to be the scariest. Alas, you were somehow able to do just that, and the winner won by over 100 […]

Amateur Photographer Snaps Convincing Photo of Loch Ness Monster

The Loch Ness Monster may very well be one of the most famous urban legend creatures out there. It definitely ranks up against creatures like the Yeti, Bigfoot, and the Chupacabra in that nearly everyone has at least heard of it but no one has ever gotten a clear photograph. Speaking of which, ever heard […]

A Definitive Ranking of the “American Horror Story” Seasons

Last year I told you why I thought SPOILER ALERT “Asylum” was the best season of American Horror Story and why “Coven” was the worst, but what about the seasons in between? It seems that ranking seasons of American Horror Story is one of the most divisive questions you can ask someone, as everyone has a different favorite. […]

‘Tonight She Comes’ Trailer Pays Homage to ‘The Exorcist’

Writer/director Matt Stuertz’s Tonight She Comes has just released a teaser that pays homage to the banned trailer for The Exorcist, which used flashing images to create a very unsettling and disorienting experience. A poster has also been released, both of which can be seen below. The film will make its world premiere on October […]

There is a Beauty in the Terror of the Xenomorph

If you put a gun to my head and asked me which sci-fi alien villain is the most iconic from the last few decades, I’d be hard-pressed to tell you anything other than the H.R. Giger-designed Xenomorph. Yes, one could make the case for something from Star Wars or Star Trek but I feel like […]

One Final “American Horror Story” Theory

FX has got to hold the world record (call Guinness!) for most promos advertising a single season of television in broadcasting history. “American Horror Story” returns with its sixth season tonight, after exhausting us with a whopping 25/26(?) promos. While FX hasn’t gone on record regarding the season’s title or theme, various outlets – from […]

It’s ‘Clock Tower’s’ Birthday and the Series Was Survival Horror at its Finest!

We take a big pair of terrifying scissors and cut open the overlooked, yet groundbreaking survival horror series, ‘Clock Tower’ “Can you really deny that you are involved in this case because you wanted to be involved? Maybe you, too, are attracted by the vast darkness.” It’s been 21 years since not only the groundbreaking […]

A Definitive Ranking of the ‘Resident Evil’ Games

Back in April, we here at Bloody Disgusting celebrated Resident Evil Week, a completely made-up event that gave us an excuse to write as many Resident Evil articles as we possibly could (seriously, it was so much fun). Three months later, Jonathan gave his ranking of all of the core games in the franchise. At the time he had […]

Recipe: Vegan Applesauce Bran Muffins with Blueberries

Vegan Applesauce Bran Muffins with Blueberries Because I posted this picture on Twitter and all these people were like HEY I WANT TO MAKE THOSE HOW DID YOU DO IT? […]

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