• Alice, Sweet Alice Remake Finally On The Way?

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    Alfred Sole’s 1976 American giallo Alice, Sweet Alice is a cult favourite among horror fans that has otherwise been forgotten thanks to the difficulty in finding it, even in the Internet age. Plagued by both distribution and legal issues upon its initial release, the flick faded into obscurity, leading Sole to a career as a TV production designer. Back in 2013 his cousin, fellow filmmaker Dante Tomaselli (Horror, Satan’s Playground), announced […]

  • Horror Sequels That Are Truly Better Than the Original

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    There is a general consensus that sequels are rarely ever as good as the original. And while there are many great sequels out there, it’s still a good rule of thumb. There will always be more bad sequels than good because the genre is huge and everything seems to get a sequel, whether it should or not. That’s just the reality of things. Sequels that actually surpass the original are very […]

  • Keep Our Country Great With New Trailer for The Purge: Election Year

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    A new trailer for The Purge: Election Year has just dropped and it shows a lot of promise. If it’s any indication of what we can expect from the film, I think we are in for a fun ride. Like the last trailer to see release, this one also take a jab at the Trump campaign in the final frame. You can check it out for yourself in the player below. In addition to the […]

  • This Cat Watching a Horror Movie is Scary Cute!

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    Anyone who’s been lucky enough to share their life with a four-legged, feline friend will know that cats react to most things in much the same way as humans–often even more so. But how do they feel about horror movies? Do our feline companions have the capacity to handle scary stuff better than their human owners? The answer, it appears, would be a resounding ‘no’ as a new viral video shows a cute, young […]

  • Fox Releases Trailers for The Exorcist and Rocky Horror Redux!

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    We previously announced that Fox had bumped their order for the small screen redux of The Exorcist from a pilot to a full series order. Now, we have a full trailer and a time frame for the show’s network debut to share with you. We also have a teaser for the Rocky Horror redux for you to check out!

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Seven Comedic Sidekicks Who Shouldn’t be Funny (but are)

House II

Horror is built on certain archetypes. There are the sweet, sensitive leads and their often insensitive best friends. But the sidekicks are sometimes more interesting than the main characters of whatever film they’re in. Even when they’re grating they can be fun to watch. Some of them, simply because of their obnoxious standing as the loud best friend, seem almost designed to get on your nerves. And many of them are. […]


The Rock Says Big Trouble in Little China Remake Still Happening

Big Trouble in Little China

It’s hard to believe it has been nearly a year since the initial announcement of the Duane “The Rock” Johnson produced remake of Big Trouble in Little China. But, it has. When projects fall of the radar for this long, it’s usually a sign that they are dead or stuck in development hell. But The Rock has opened up about the project and assures our friends at Fandango that it is still very much […]


Anchor Bay Releases Official US Trailer for Eli Roth Produced Clown

The Jon Watts directed and Eli Roth produced horror, Clown.

After a long an arduous road to the screen, we are less than a month away from the theatrical and VOD release of the Eli Roth produced shocker Clown. And, what’s more, today we have a brand new trailer to share with you. A lot of what you see in the preview has been revealed in previous incarnations but there are definitely a few new scenes, as well. You can check it out […]


Up-and-Coming Director Expected to Helm New Halloween Film

Halloween Series. John Carpenter's Halloween 1978 poster

As we told you last night, Blumhouse, Miramax, and Trancas International Films are partnering to produce the next installment in the Halloween franchise. This latest turn of events comes following the news that Dimension has lost the rights to the series. But what we didn’t know last night was who was set to helm the next installment. Well, today BD is reporting that multiple sources have revealed to them that Mike Flanagan (Oculus) is in negotiations to […]


Alice, Sweet Alice Remake Finally On The Way?

the killer strikes in Alice Sweet Alice

Alfred Sole’s 1976 American giallo Alice, Sweet Alice is a cult favourite among horror fans that has otherwise been forgotten thanks to the difficulty in finding it, even in the Internet age. Plagued by both distribution and legal issues upon its initial release, the flick faded into obscurity, leading Sole to a career as a TV production designer. Back in 2013 his cousin, fellow filmmaker Dante Tomaselli (Horror, Satan’s Playground), announced […]


Comic Review: Puppet Master #15

Puppet Master #15

Issue fifteen of Puppet Master brings a conclusion to the Blood Debt arc, but it feels like a culmination of events that have been building from the very beginning. After all, Anapa has been building as the major antagonist of the series from the first issue, even though he was not revealed until halfway through the second arc. But where this issue succeeds is in the organic storytelling, which has […]


John Carpenter Signs On For Brand-New Halloween!

Poster for John Carpenter's Halloween.

The long-gestating Halloween reboot/sequel/re-imagining/whatever seemed like it was never going to happen – especially after the ill-advised 3D take was cancelled back in December, when Dimension Films lost the rights to the franchise. But now it seems our prayers have been answered as none other than horror production company du jour Blumhouse have teamed up with Miramax, Trancas International Films and Halloween franchise producer Malek Akkad, in what they’re describing […]


Comic Review: Death Follows


Death Follows is another winner by writer Cullen Bunn, one of the creative minds behind the wildly successful Harrow County series. The story begins in similar fashion, featuring a young girl named Birdie who lives on a farm with her family. Before long, a strange man shows up, and that’s when things take a turn for the disturbingly surreal. Readers wouldn’t expect anything less from this already noteworthy horror storyteller. The […]


Here’s What Most Fans Don’t Understand About Scream

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I love the Scream movies, as many fans do. I don’t think Scream, as a franchise, is necessarily divisive, but I do think that both the people who do and don’t like it are passionately vocal. But one of the biggest things I’ve noticed between Scream and other franchises is that sometimes I find myself agreeing with the people who don’t like the series. That never happens for me with […]

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The Five Best and Four Worst Entries in the Nightmare on Elm Street Franchise

Vicious Freddy Krueger Kills. A poster for Wes Craven's A Nightmare on Elm Street.

Wes Craven’s A Nightmare on Elm Street is one of the greatest horror movies ever made. That statement should be a given, but somehow there are still plenty who question it. Nightmare is such a smart, well written picture with a genius concept. It’s terrifying on every level. First, you have the very idea that a dream can kill you. Sleep is the one thing you can’t even hope to outrun, at least not […]


Green River Killer: A True Detective Story With More Heart Than Bite


Green River Killer: A True Detective Story is a graphic novel written by Jeff Jensen and illustrated by Jonathan Case. It had the dangerous potential to either be another ridiculous piece of media (such as serial killer themed movies like Bundy and 8213 Gacy House) or a fantastic noir depiction of one of America’s most prolific serial killers and the detective who spent the better part of twenty years tracking him down. […]

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Ten Hidden Horror Gems from the 1980s that Need to be Rediscovered

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Horror films really hit their stride in the 1980s. The creative minds went wild and the practical effects from that era were some of the best ever committed to celluloid. The ’80s brought a series of classics that are still beloved by horror fans, today; some of which are still being discovered and re-discovered. When we think of 1980s classics I’m sure The Shining, A Nightmare on Elm Street and The […]

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10 Horror Films That Satirize Reagan-America


When surveying history from a media-centric approach, it is too easy to fall prey to vast oversimplifications. In regards to horror cinema–-a genre that oftentimes sees fit to hold a mirror up to society at large–-it feels comfortable prescribing certain fears and anxieties to the people of any particular time and place. Just as those of the Victorian era were terrified by Bram Stoker’s Dracula and its warnings of homosexuality, […]


Exclusive Interview: Bex Taylor-Klaus on MTV’s Scream


MTV’s Scream adaptation is due to return May 30th. The last season felt to some horror fans like a mesh between the existing Scream franchise and Pretty Little Liars from ABC Family/Freeform. The second season is set to take place three months after the first season ended and the killer was revealed. We spoke with actress Bex Taylor-Klaus who plays Audrey about what we can expect from the new episodes […]


Stephen King: Fans May Have Issues With Dark Tower Movie

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In a week that’s already given us our first, tantalising glimpse of Idris Elba as Roland Deschain in The Dark Tower, you would be forgiven for thinking no further info on the hugely-anticipated adaptation would be forthcoming. However, in a recent podcast with EW, King revealed a little bit more on the upcoming flick. In particular, the author teased that some fans might not be too pleased with the finished product: […]