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The Zombie Apocalypse Has Gotten Even Scarier In The Trailer Debut For ‘Train To Busan Presents: Peninsula’

There is no questioning that Train to Busan was one of the best zombie/infection flicks ever put to film. I hate subtitled films – like, with a passion hate them but the visual gut punch that Train to Busan packed was so visceral – it still managed to hold the top spot in the Top […]

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Blood Moon Pictures Gives Us An Early Christmas Gift With The First Word On ’13 Slays Till X-mas’

Producer / Director P.J. Starks is one of my favorite dudes on the planet. His Volumes of Blood films are among a few of my “must watch” from time to time films and it’s exciting news to find out that he’s behind another anthology project. This one with a holiday theme. Titled 13 Slays Till […]

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Trailer: Director Steven Kostanski Unleashes His Latest Creation – PG (Psycho Gorman)

One of my personal favorite directors – Steven Kostanski – the man behind The Void and Leprechaun Returns– and the special effects guru involved with films like Manborg, Father’s Day and Clown – has a new flick heading our way and it looks to be one wild ride. Titled PG (Psycho Gorman) it’s the tale […]

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Trailer: Take Jessica Cameron’s Hand And Let Her Lead You To ‘A Bad Place’

Part Scream Queen, part director, 100% horror fan Jessica Cameron has been on the horror scene for a while now – numerous acting credits and with the release of A Bad Place – a three-time director. The film will have its world debut at the Cinequest Film Festival this Saturday, March 7th. A trailer has […]

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Seven Directors, Seven Tales, And A Kick-Ass Trailer Make For A Killer ‘Scare Package’

I am a sucker for a good anthology film and over the last few years, we’ve had some good ones. Looks like we may have another title to add to the rotation of must-watch anthology goodness – it’s called Scare Package – and we’ve got a trailer. Whew! That was fun! So, here’s what we […]

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Interviews With Leigh Whannell, Elisabeth Moss, And Aldis Hodge From ‘The Invisible Man’

With The Invisible Man out this weekend – and kicking some major box office ass I might add – I thought that this might be a good time post up a couple of conversations with the folks behind the film. Director Leigh Whannell and stars Elisabeth Moss and Aldis Hodge. Got three different video interviews […]

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Say His Name Five Times…And His Trailer Appears. Our First Look At ‘Candyman’ Arrives

When Clive Barker first unleashed Candyman upon the world in his short story The Forbidden, it was obvious that a modern horror legend had been born. The original Candyman – which of course stars Tony Todd in a role that made him a household name – hit theaters in 1992 and here we are in […]

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Take This Trailer And Stick It Right Up Your A$$! Epic Pictures Bringing ‘Butt Boy’ To The U.S.

So, what we have here is a film about a serial killer – thing is – his method of killing is a bit shall we say – unconventional. I think the trailer does a fantastic job of setting the plotline. Here is the trailer for Butt Boy. Yeah – that’s right. Death by anus. Here’s […]

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The Strange 40 Year Journey Of ‘Grizzly II: Revenge’ Is About To End

One of the best “nature is out to get you” flicks ever made was Grizzly – the 1976 killer bear classic that still manages to entertain all these decades later. The film was successful enough that a sequel was ordered – mostly filmed and then due to a whole series of assorted drama – was […]

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Universal And Blumhouse Ready To Unleash ‘The Hunt’ This Spring – New Trailer And Poster Explains It All

Late last year we were all excitedly anticipating the release of The Hunt – a joint collaboration between Universal Pictures and Blumhouse – then, a series of horrible mass shootings occurred and all involved with the production thought it prudent to hold off on the release and since then – we haven’t heard squat – […]