THE PACT 2 Trailer

IFC has released the trailer for its upcoming horror sequel, The Pact 2, which opens on VOD September 5th and in theaters October 10th.  Although Nicholas McCarthy, the director of the original 2012 film, is not returning, Dallas Richard Hallam and Patrick

Eli Roth’s THE GREEN INFERNO Gets an Indefinite Delay

Eli Roth’s THE GREEN INFERNO Gets an Indefinite Delay

In a bit of very unfortunate news for horror fans, it was announced today that Eli Roth‘s upcoming cannibal throwback The Green Inferno is getting delayed indefinitely due to conflicts within the company that financed the film, Worldview Entertainment. 

According to

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Fantasia Fest 2014: THE DESERT Review

Holed up in their elaborately fortified residence, Ana (Victoria Almeida), Axel (Lautaro Delgado) and Jonathan (William Prociuk) have everything they need to survive the zombie apocalypse occurring outside their doorstep. The house is equipped with a security system of sorts, a sequence of microphones strung alongside the exterior piping outside audio into the interior through strategically placed megaphones, signaling potential dangers as they arise. They have firearms, ammunition, food, a steady water supply, board games, video games and, even, tattooing equipment; they only thing these three have to deal with essentially is themselves, which proves to be rather difficult.


The Vicious Brothers’ EXTRATERRESTRIAL Trailer

IFC Midnight dropped a new trailer for the upcoming horror film Extraterrestrial, written and directed by The Vicious Brothers (Grave Encounters).  The film revolves around a group of friends who find what appears to be a crashed UFO while vacationing in the


Stewart Thorndike’s LYLE Trailer Starring Gaby Hoffmann

The trailer for Stewart Thorndike‘s upcoming horror film Lyle, starring Gaby Hoffmann as a pregnant woman confronted by an unspeakable evil.  Judging from the trailer there looks to be quite a Rosemary’s Baby vibe, which is always a good thing.

Interestingly, the film

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Fantasia Fest 2014: DEVIL’S MILE Review

At first glance, Joseph O'Brien’s feature directorial debut, Devil’s Mile, appears to be a simple throwback, road-trip, exploitation film, but it quickly evolves into something much more interesting. While at its core it does have a ’70s exploitation vibe, it also blends elements of Japanese horror, crime thriller and even some more paradoxical elements I can’t discuss without risking spoilers. It’s a messy film and doesn’t make much sense, but it’s still a fun ride.

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Fantasia Fest 2014: GOAL OF THE DEAD Review

Over the last few years, the zombie genre has kept a foothold on the horror market, with filmmakers constantly trying to add a new twist on the concept of the undead plague. With Goal of the Dead, we see zombies hit the pitch with a soccer-themed tale of survival after a stadium full of fans gets infected with a deadly virus, turning everyone into ravenous ghouls.

Kevin Smith’s TUSK Trailer

Kevin Smith’s TUSK Trailer

When I first heard about Kevin Smith adapting his podcast bit about a man and a walrus into a feature film, I was a little hesitant.  Then the cast was announced which includes Justin Long, Michael Parks, Genesis Rodriguez, and Haley



WWE Studios has released a new trailer for its reboot, Leprechaun: Origins, which sees the return of everyones favorite gold-hoarding mythological killer.  This time around the WWE’s Dylan “Hornswoggle” Postl will be the one terrorizing a group of youngsters vacationing on the

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Fantasia Fest 2014: GUN WOMAN Review

With a title like Gun Woman, there’s a certain expectation one has even before knowing anything about the film. In the case of Kurando Mitsutake’s latest grindhouse throwback, it delivers on its title and them some. This is a nasty little film that should only be viewed by the most ardent exploitation fans who know that, in this genre, sometimes bad is actually good.


Leigh Janiak’s HONEYMOON Gets a Teaser Poster

Magnet has released a new poster for the upcoming horror film Honeymoon, written and directed by Leigh Janiak and starring Rose Leslie (Game of Thrones) and Harry Treadaway (Penny Dreadful).  This creepy little body horror film happened to be one of the highlights of SXSW

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In the near future, we live in a country that allows us to commit whatever heinous acts of violence we want, and it’s called “The Purge.” This ritual creates a better place to live, allowing us to get out all of our aggression in one fell swoop on an annual basis.
While this concept is a compelling one, and should in theory make for an entertaining horror film, the first film in this series, The Purge, proved to be little more than a home-invasion thriller. Now, a year later, director James DeMonaco aims to show us the movie we all wanted out of the first one. However, after seeing The Purge: Anarchy, I’m still left wanting more from the series.

Kevin Smith’s TUSK Gets a Release Date

Kevin Smith’s TUSK Gets a Release Date

Kevin Smith took to Instagram today to unveil the release date of his upcoming horror movie Tusk, which will be released by A24 on September 19th.  Additionally, the first trailer will premiere next Friday during his Comic-con panel at Hall H, which will



The first trailer for the upcoming spinoff of The Conjuring, Annabelle, has been released, which tells the story behind the demonic doll featured in the beginning of the film.  John Leonetti (The Butterfly Effect 2) is directing with Gary Dauberman (Swamp Devil) penning


Stiles White’s Horror Flick OUIJA Gets a Trailer

The first trailer for the upcoming horror film Ouija has been released, which marks the directorial debut of Stiles White, who previously worked on the special effects for films like Galaxy Quest, Jurassic Park III, and Knowing, which he also wrote.