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Creepshow Series Update! First Episodes Announced – Writers And Directors Confirmed

Things are full steam ahead on the Shudder series based on the classic Creepshow franchise. Greg Nicotero is the driving force and it’s being rumored that production is amping up in Atlanta as we speak. What we found out today though was our first handful of episodes and who penned and will be directing said […]

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The Second Trailer For Pet Sematary Takes Us Deeper Into The Woods

Ranking pretty high on the good ole must-see list for this horror fan is the upcoming retelling of Stephen King’s classic shocker Pet Sematary. Really looking forward to watching John Lithgow’s take on Jud Crandall. We get to see much more of that character, as well as delving deeper into the modern vision of the […]

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[Review] Asian Girls (Final Girls Berlin): Proximity Breeds Distance — and Terror

Writer/director Hyun Lee’s Australian short Asian Girls is an enigmatic, wholly arresting look at two young neighbor women who live highly contrasting lives — and who haunt each other’s dreams. Striking visuals and a striking soundtrack drive this dialogue-free piece. Chan (Rainbow Chan) is a Chinese seamstress who subsists on instant noodles and boiled black […]

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[Review] Nancy (Final Girls Berlin): Spellbinding Psychothriller Follows a Delusional Enigma

A young woman seeking to escape the doldrums of a dreary life often pretends to be something she is not in the engaging psychological thriller Nancy. When she sees a newscast about a long-missing kidnap victim, however, reality blurs even further for her. Andrea Riseborough, who played the haunting title character in last year’s gonzo […]

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Zac Efron Embraces His Dark Side In The Trailer Debut For ‘Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil And Vile’

When I heard that they had signed Zac Efron to portray Ted Bundy – I was a bit leary but after laying eyes on the trailer for Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil And Vile below – I am leary no more. In the film, Ted (Zac Efron) is crazy-handsome, smart, charismatic, affectionate. And cautious single mother […]

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[Review] Kiss the Devil in the Dark: Betrayal and Demons Rule in Dark Fantasy Tale

Bohemian Industries’ short film Kiss the Devil in the Dark is an eye-popping visual feast that blends a dark Faustian fantasy with shades of classic Hammer Film Productions and Eurohorror vibes. Fans of practical creature effects will find plenty to enjoy here, as well, with the legendary Doug Jones on hand in dual roles. The […]

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Dunstan And Melton Make A Date With Death – The ‘Final Destination’ Franchise Reboot Chooses Its Writers

I’m a big fan of the warped minds of horror super scriptwriters Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton. I latched onto their careers when their script for Feast got optioned on Project Greenlight – and have delighted in their sick, twisted take on horror ever since. New Line announced today that they have brought the duo […]

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The Inaugural Gruesome Magazine Horror Movie Awards – Best Film Fest, Best Horror Convention, and Best Short Horror Film

Welcome to the inaugural Gruesome Magazine Horror Movie Awards, celebrating the best and most insane moments in the genre for 2018. The Grue-Crew have collected their nominations for 22 categories with six nominations for each with the exception of Best Film (10), Best Film Festival, and Best Horror Convention. In addition to the always present […]

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Shout Factory Delivers the Goods with The Manitou, Legend of 7 Golden Vampires, and more

Retro horror fans celebrate! Certainly a move that would have been Black Saint approved, Shout Factory is releasing THE MANITOU April 16, 2019. Rejoice! This is a Blu-ray release we’ve discussed and cried-out for on the Decades of Horror 1970’s podcast. We’ve always championed this campy, underappreciated cult classic. And now it will be in […]