I remember watching The Silence of the Lambs with my parents when it was initially released. This may seem odd, but then again I watched and enjoyed Jodie Foster in another “heavy“ film, The Accused. I decided to ask my wife if she remembered seeing this in theaters. She could
Werewolves Within, from IFC Films, is my favorite horror-comedy, and perhaps even my favorite video game adaptation. This film had my interest from the release of the trailer. Sometimes you start watching a movie and a lightbulb clicks in your head, yes this movie is for me. It’s pretty cool
Listen in as I review A Ghost Waits from director Adam Stoall and starring Macleod Andrews and Natalie Walker. The supernatural romantic comedy had its North American Premiere at Screamfest. Made on an indie (small as shit) budget, but pushed to the max of what could be done with that
Spiral is currently available on Shudder and if you are not a subscriber, this is THE film that will make you sign up. Plus let’s face it, there are some amazing classics and other curated collections thanks to the team at Shudder. I know I have seen a good movie
Random Acts of Violence, a new film from Jay Baruchel starring Jesse Williams (Grey’s Anatomy, CABIN IN THE WOODS), Jordana Brewster (FAST AND THE FURIOUS series, TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE: THE BEGINNING), Niamh Wilson (SAW series) as well as Baruchel. The first horror movie I watched as a kid was Nightmare
Crawl is indie horror at it’s best. The film is written and directed by Paul China, and features a great cast of character actors. It stars Georgina Haig (Fringe), George Shevtsov (Love Serenade, Dead Calm), Catherine Miller (Terra Nova) and Lynda Stoner (Prisoner). It is currently available on DVD and
Here is a Crawl exclusive clip for your viewing pleasure. Directed by Paul China, the film brings together a talented cast spearheaded by rising-star Georgina Haig of Fox’s most popular science fiction drama (Fringe), George Shevtsov (Love Serenade, Dead Calm), Catherine Miller (Terra Nova) and Lynda Stoner (Prisoner). Crawl follows a murder-for-hire gone
Julian Hoeber delves into low-budget horror with todays film on MOCAtv called Where Is the Money?. Hoeber takes a look at exploitation, low-budget horror and how it effectively creates the feelings of anxiety and discomfort, the first found footage film (Cannibal Holocaust), and Wes Craven then-and-now. Here is a description:
Star Wars fans rejoice, we’ve got your chance to win Mark Hamill’s newest live-action film Airborne on DVD. The film arrives on DVD and VOD on October 16, and also stars Craig Conway, Billy Murray, and Julian Glover. Keep reading for details on how to win one of 2 DVD’s.
Here is a new disturbing clip for Excision called “Bird Surgery”. Richard Bates Jr. directed the film that stars AnnaLynne McCord, Traci Lords, Ariel Winter, Roger Bart, with performances by Jeremy Sumpter, Matthew Gray Gubler, Ray Wise, John Waters, Golden Globe® nominated Malcolm McDowell, and Academy Award® Winner Marlee Matlin.
AMC’s Fear Fest has been showing a bunch of movies from the HALLOWEEN franchise. In honor of Halloween, the movie and the holiday, here is a cool fan-made poster from Hopko Designs. For more cool posters check out HopkoDesign on Twitter and “Like” them on Facebook. Here is the full-size poster:
Paramount Pictures has released the full trailer for THE DEVIL INSIDE. William Brent Bell directed the film, which is based on a script he co-wrote with Matthew Peterman (Stay Alive). The story centers on a woman accused of killing three religious figures, and is “an Italy-set horror thriller told documentary-style