the open house

The Open House (2018) Isn’t Worth Attending (Review)

The Open House, a Netflix original film, premiered on the streaming service in January, bringing with it a bit of internet fuss over the allegedly...

‘Found Footage 3D’ (2016) Horror Review

I’m a big fan of what horror streaming service Shudder is doing lately. They curate great horror movies & TV shows you’ve never heard...

Filmmakers Behind ‘Bite’ Announce ‘I’ll Take Your Dead’

Black Fawn Films and Breakthrough Entertainment, the team behind The Heretics, Let Her Out, Bed of the Dead and Bite, has started production on their...
Murder Made Easy

‘Murder Made Easy’ (2017) serves up a bloody delicious mystery

Murder is on the menu in Murder Made Easy, the first feature length film from director David Palamaro. Written by Tim Davis, also known...
the devil's candy

‘The Devil’s Candy’ is the Sweetest Candy of all (Review)

Horror is diverse and fear is subjective. The things that scare you may not elicit the same type of fright from someone else, and...
Close Calls

Film Review for the Psychological Horror ‘Close Calls’

At first glance, Close Calls has a familiar premise. Morgan (Jordan Phipps), a girl with a history of drug use is grounded by her...
scraps

Scraps (2017) is a Horror Short Worthy of a Full Length Feature

Scraps is a new short horror film written by actor/producer/writer Jordan Gray, also known for Bite (2015) and The Guest (2013). The tantalizing short...
doctor sleep

Mike Flanagan to Helm ‘Doctor Sleep’, Sequel to ‘The Shining’

Mike Flanagan has been arguably the greatest horror director of the entire decade. Since turning heads with the shoestring budget Absentia in 2011, the...
Late Shift Bill Oberst Jr.

Bill Oberst Jr. to Star in Upcoming Short Horror Film The Late Shift

Filmmaker Joshua Brucker and producer Kate Riffe have announced that Bill Oberst Jr. has joined the cast of their upcoming short horror film, The Late...
ted white

Ted White Always Leaves Us Wanting More

A hulking man wore a white sport jacket and a kind smile, looking far younger than his ninety years. He had a slight Southern drawl...
the cured

‘The Cured’ Aims to Breathe Fresh Life Into Zombie Films (Trailer)

There are thousands of zombie films in existence, and each one borrows from the other in ways that vary from significant to slight. This...
Jack Ketchum

Horror Author Jack Ketchum Passes Away at 71

Fans of horror fiction were saddened this afternoon to hear of the passing of horror author Jack Ketchum, whose real name was Dallas Mayr. Anyone...
oscars

Horror at the Oscars: What was Nominated and What Should Have Been

Horror fans everywhere are celebrating today as Get Out and The Shape of Water both scored nominations for Best Picture at this year's Oscars-...
What We Do in the Shadows

‘What We Do In The Shadows’ TV Show Lands Pilot With FX

Are you sitting down? Because you're going to want to be sitting down for this news! The long-rumored What We Do in the Shadows TV...
Castlevania

Netflix Confirms ‘Castlevania’ Season 2 Coming This Summer

If like us and fell in love with Netflix's Castlevania animated series last year, you'll be relieved to hear that a further 8 episodes of the...
drunk horror

Drunk Horror: 10 Films to Watch While Boozin’ it up

Whether you're a whisky sipper, beer chugger, or wine connoisseur, I think we can all agree that few things in life are as satisfying...
rock paper dead

Rock Paper Dead (2018) Review

Throughout his lengthy career, Tom Holland has established himself as a horror legend. In addition to writing and directing the original Fright Night (Which...
walking dead

‘The Walking Dead’ Renewed; Scott M. Gimple out as Showrunner

The Walking Dead has been renewed for a ninth season by AMC, but there's a catch: Scott M. Gimple will no longer serve as...
leonardo dicaprio

Leonardo DiCaprio Joins Tarantino’s Charles Manson Film

Quentin Tarantino's untitled Charles Manson film has had our curiosity since its announcement in July of 2017, but now it has our attention. Per...
1970's horror

“Smile, you son of a…”: The Best of 1970’s Horror

Though the 1980's are frequently considered to be the greatest ten years of horror, it's the decade prior that perhaps bears the most classics....