The epic monster clash has actually been moved up rather than back in Warner Bros.’ schedule.
Among this many Nicolas Cage genre movies these days, this one looks like a highlight.
The title is ironic, as sheltering becomes just as dangerous as the virus.
Latest acquisition of their Bloody Disgusting collab to be unveiled in a Grand Finale secret screening!
The modern serial-killer classic is getting the special editions it deserves.
The indie fright flick is currently in postproduction for release later this year.
The key issue is that Aurore’s specific backstory doesn’t inform the present-day story in any meaningful way.
The line between real and fictional horror becomes bloodily blurred in the meta-themed shocker.
Prepare to give an entirely new meaning to blood money in this upcoming sci-fi body-horror game from the developer of CELLULAR HARVEST.
Revisiting the story of a human monster was a personal project for its director.
The legendary director will soon be putting fear in your ear.
From the looks of it, thou shalt not miss this religious psychothriller.
The TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2 actress returns to the radio milieu in the fright film that sees wide release next week.
The upcoming chiller brings Jewish demonology to Brooklyn.
Begin a new year of bone-chilling aural terror with "The Sunken Land!"
The actor seen in TV’s HANNIBAL, SLEEPY HOLLOW, AMERICAN GODS, HELTER SKELTER (as Charles Manson, pictured) and the TWIN PEAKS reboot is taking the lead in a big-screen tale of terror.
The psychological thriller takes a fresh look at the creation of FRANKENSTEIN.
Susie Moloney and Robert Cuffley's great Canadian slow-burn explores the horrors of addiction with a supernatural twist.
America's favorite serial killer receives his own officially licensed collection!
In this new series, we explore the greatest genre film festivals South America has to offer!
Originally set for release earlier this year, the frightening, fascinating and much-acclaimed movie will be visible starting at the end of this month.
The new film from Mexican writer/director Alex Kahuam takes cues from Italian giallo cinema.
There’s plenty of eerie ambience in the preview for the upcoming supernatural chiller.
Romance becomes horrifically twisted in the latest holiday-themed installment of the horror series.
A new group of secret-keeping young people are set to be stalked in the update of the successful slasher movie and Lois Duncan’s original novel.
We’ll be waiting a little longer for Marvel’s bloodsucking antihero to attack the screen.
The famed Canadian horror author opens up about her feature film debut.
We revisit Tibor Takác's underrated literary spook show!
Some of horror’s biggest names take part in this in-depth look at that state of genre and independent filmmaking.
The supernatural chiller premiered at last year’s Fantasia under the title THE UNDERTAKER’S HOME, and under either title promises a creepy time.
ARROW offers cutting edge cinema, new cult shorts, and collections of classic horror films to ring in the new year!
A fancy dinner party descends into madness in this Israeli-American co-production.
Pretty awful–but it’s of interest more as a resurrected piece of horror history.
There’s something deadly in the air, and it’s coming for you next month.
H.P. Lovecraft’s beloved crazed scientist has been re-animated for a new adventure involving the author’s mythos.
Chris Regan's quasi-slasher fails to deliver on its title.
Seeking out scary stories backfires for the characters in the upcoming horror-suspense film.
The fight is set in an especially hot place in the film debuting in February.
The latest film from Epic Pictures’ Dread banner is arriving next month.
Plus, three animal attack thrillers round out the the label's wild April slate!
IFC Midnight’s psychological horror film has been compared to THE SHINING.
Standing 15 centimeters tall, this doll screams sheer terror with a rendered face sculpt and ceramic-like polyresin pieces.
Take a first look at the indie shocker that’s currently in postproduction.
Justin Dix's viciously entertaining Nazi vampire flick is the best way to start your new year!
Arrow Video's lovingly-assembled box set celebrates one of the golden era of exploitation's most unique and interesting filmmakers.
Check out the list of all of the new releases scheduled for this month on the short horror streaming service.
Rare trailers, Argentine sleaze, and smutless smut are all on offer this month as The American Genre Film Archive welcomes 2021 with three killer new releases!
Uncork'd Entertainment is giving one lucky winner a collection of screen-used goodies from Darren Berry's splatastic new slasher!
Full details & art, exclusive photos: Horror anthology “13 SLAYS TILL X-MAS” on fully loaded Blu-ray
The holidays are behind us but the Yuletide terror continues with the hi-def disc release of the multipart fright film.
Writer/director F.C. Rabbath's comedy-horror-romance tries to be too many things at once.
FINAL GIRLS BERLIN Film Festival to present a virtual component February 4-7 2021, and a physical edition planned for Halloween weekend.
SHADOW trades visceral plausibility for rousing exaggeration in its final act and pulls it off.
The "Man of Steel" actress gives us the skinny on her current horror projects.
Seth Breedlove's newest doc-drama offers up something for believers and skeptics alike.
These three dark atmospheric albums spoke to us in the midst of a fearful year.
In a scary year, these films offered catharsis and chills.
Horror-writer Mary Kay McBrayer delves into the act of transference of mental deterioration as punishment, and why that kind of revenge is so satisfying.
In their final episode of 2020, Andrea and Alex venture back in time to Franco's Spain to face down nightmares, bravery and politics - both real and imagined - as they break down Guillermo del Toro's magnum opus.
New on the channel: James Tucker takes you inside horror RPG, "Pathologic 2!"
Greg Nicotero's slice of holiday horror is a tasty treat with just a few unsavory lumps.
It will warm your heart, stir your soul and, at several moments, disturb and unsettle you in profound ways.
If you haven’t caught IFC Midnight’s latest chiller yet, this bit of video will intrigue you about its attention-grabbing ending (which it doesn’t spoil).
With the help of a “beautifying” facial cream made from a mysterious flower, the evil residing in the hearts of Hollywood’s top studio execs finds its way to the outside in Chris W. Freeman and Spain Willingham's monster comedy.
It’s a big day for screen reunions, as a tale of familial fright from New Zealand is headed for Stateside release.
Proceeds from the Shudder special to benefit The Trevor Project, the Organization for Autism Research, and others!
The Shudder Original is now available on Blu-ray and DVD!
Exclusive photos & comments, plus teaser & poster: “NIGHT OF THE DEMONS” star returns for “REUNION FROM HELL”
Actress Cathy Podewell has returned for her first horror feature in the 32 years since playing Judy in Kevin Tenney’s cult favorite.
Keith Thomas' folkloric Jewish horror film graces our January/February cover!
In the midst of wartime, the actress struggles against an unnatural enemy.
The youth horror-drama is driving into wider exposure following its limited theatrical play earlier this year.
The triple-threat genre maven talks all about her latest critically-acclaimed projects.
The German horror specialist’s latest project will be playable as well as viewable.
With so much uncertainty in store for film festivals in 2021, Rue Morgue looks back at the fests that brought their scares to cyberspace this year.
With so much uncertainty in store for film festivals in 2021, Rue Morgue looks back at the fests that brought their scares to cyberspace this year.
Check out the January highlights from SHUDDER, including original and exclusive television and movies - streaming 2021!
Braden R. Duemmler's debut feature is formulaic and inane, driven along by a story and cast that are too dull to get behind.
The gothic atmospherics of Mario Bava's erotic mystery can't make up for its more problematic elements.
Paul W.S. Anderson's newest video game adaptation barely engages viewer involvement.
Rue Morgue kicks off 2021 with a spotlight on New Visions of Horror from the Middle East in RUE MORGUE Jan/Feb 2020 issue #198, on stands January 1 and now available in the Rue Morgue Shoppe!
She's at the center of a study of the darkest sides of human nature.
A new gang of backwoods killers is poised to break out next month, with the original screenwriter guiding them.
Director Alexandre Franchi's festival favorite tackles the topic of facial difference with humor and heart.
Stars of ANNABELLE COMES HOME and HAPPY DEATH DAY are paired in a movie about the thin line between hallucinations and reality.
The actor talks slasher movies, working with Clive Barker, and new projects!
Join Exec Editor ANDREA SUBISSATI for a Rue Morgue watch party featuring trivia and live chat with the Rue Crew! Wednesday January 13th 2021 @ 8:30 PM EST sharp!
The genre streamer will debut the movie following its international premiere at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival.
A notorious real-life case from Canada’s history is the basis for the new paranormal chiller.
The Norwegian folk group's frontman previewed his latest mythology-inspired opus during an exclusive online event.
The "Resident Evil" and "Event Horizon" director tells Rue Morgue all about his latest video game inspired passion project!
Rue Morgue and Unstable Ground's Little Terrors presents holiday-themed horror shorts streaming worldwide FREE on December 22nd, 8pm EST
Tara Johnson-Medinger's debut feature is a genuinely touching and realistically Goth-y teenage melodrama.
Interview: Director Isaac Ezban on his sci-fi thriller “PARALLEL” and holiday horror anthology “DEATHCEMBER,” Part Two
He has superior long-form and short-form films currently in release.
A frightening trip into the woods is coming to chill you later this winter.
Ryan McGonagle's unseasonal Halloween slasher is a bland retread that's hard to remember the moment the credits roll.
Santa puts down the gift bag and picks up the hatchet this December 18th with horror-thriller SLAYED!
Klaus Kinski in “NOSFERATU IN VENICE” and psycho sickie “A SCREAM IN THE STREETS” coming to Blu-ray from Severin
Joining Severin Films’ pair of hi-def Alex de la Iglesia announcements this morning is another couple of previously hard-to-find genre features.
At last! Full details of Severin’s 4K/Blu-rays of Alex de la Iglesia’s “DAY OF THE BEAST” and “PERDITA DURANGO”
Two all-time greats from Spain’s genre history are finally getting their due on U.S. disc.
The "Daniel Isn't Real" director's dark superhero riff is a stunning artistic leap forward.
One of horror’s most distinctive talents has told his own story in print.
Get a preview of Seth Breedlove and Small Town Monsters' newest folklore docudrama!
Despite the title, the actor who was once the Wolfman is playing a human this time, albeit a haunted one.
Cast and crew reunited for a double screening of Tobe Hooper's immortal classic!
The Canadian genre journalist/editor and filmmaker cuts in with “a psychotronic, sensual horror film” next year.
It’s not your typical story of a little girl and her pet interstellar killer.
The Irish horror film has a day to begin frightening U.S. audiences.
Noah Hawley (TV's "Fargo," "Legion") to executive produce alongside Ridley Scott.
Yasmina Ketita takes a stage dive into the heavy metal horror classic!
The critically praised film will get the New Year off to a horrific start.
Plus, Judith O'Dea ("Night of the Living Dead") recalls her experience on the 2015 indie in an all-new clip!
Soon you’ll be able to trip out to the latest from the creators of RESOLUTION, SPRING and THE ENDLESS on various video media.
Steinþór Hróar Steinþórsson and Gaukur Úlfarsson's gay vampire romp is the most fun you could possibly have worrying about your wiener.
The heroes need a hand–literally–in this excerpt from the UK horror film releasing next week.
Veteran actor Bruce Davison, recently seen in the ALONG CAME THE DEVIL movies, has another religious chiller on tap.
Supernatural horror comes to Brooklyn in a film arriving next February, with a teaser just released in time for the first night of Hanukkah.
4 Digital Media brings zombie horror to home audiences for the holidays.
This superior exercise in dark science fiction is his English-language film debut.
Matias Breuer & Liam Hall's cabin-in-the-woods drama may disappoint those craving a supernatural horror fix.
The controversial historical horror film is set for release early next year.
People’s terrors are turned against them in the serial-killer thriller.
A date has been set for the psychological horror film.
The New York metal group debuts a visual for their latest album, "Divination En Blakk."
The English-language feature just wrapped its under-the-radar shoot in Serbia.
2020 has been rough for everyone, but now that it’s the season of giving, you have one last chance to make it better for these indie horror creators.
The American Genre FIlm Archive is back with another mixtape to warm your cockles and scare up some holiday spirit!
Writer/director Patrick Picard's debut feature is both impressive and oppressive, anchored by a duo of inscrutable characters.
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See the trailer and poster for THE FACILITY, out December 8th on VOD!
The cheer-filled, fear-filled special premieres this Friday!
Backwoods bloodshed is on the menu.
An attempt at a “reverse exorcism” leads to all manner of horrific developments in the fest favorite.
An alcoholic discovers she can’t outrun her past in the chiller releasing next month.
It’s coming to physical and virtual theaters beginning next week.
Cthulhugizzard Customs Celebrates The Spirit of Mischief With This Fully Finished Krampus Wall Relief
Let Mike Swisstack's hand-sculpted punisher of kids terrorize your own little devils this holiday season!
Take a peek behind the scenes into how one of 2020's most successful virtual horror fests came together.
Check out one crafty drama department's killer quarantine project!
We revisit Patrick Kack-Brice's found-footage genre subverting cult hit and its sequel!
The English-language solo directorial debut of award-winning filmmaker/comic artist Vincent Paronnaud (PERSEPOLIS) hits the scream streamer next month.
After winning praise in its native England (where it was titled FANNY LYE DELIVER’D), the film sees North American release next month.
The hero of the brain-bending sci-fi thriller literally travels through multiple states of mind.
In an unprecedented move, the studio is applying the strategy it’s employing for WONDER WOMAN 1984 to its entire next year’s slate.
A new villain is spreading a little post-Halloween fear next week.
The distributor behind RELIC has another female-led chiller about extreme family trauma on the way.
Dan Ast's desert noir mystery thriller is now free-to-stream for prime members.
The 17th edition of San Francisco’s long-running showcase of international independent genre fare is going virtual this month.
Norman Reedus Presents Photography Book “Portraits From The Woods” From Behind the Scenes Of “The Walking Dead”
Available now as Hardcover (First Edition) as well as Special Collector's Edition: Clothbound Clamshell Box which includes book plus signed archival photograph.
The Anglo-Australian actor energized the first and most recent entries in the George Miller action franchise.
For those who could bear the wait, the nearly four-decades-in-the-making animal-attack flick has finally been finished, and will be widely visible next month.
This week: give in to peer pressure when "Lucy Comes to Stay."
We look at the story behind Small Town Monsters' newest documentary on the cult favorite cryptid!
The buzz is back...for this weekend only!
Though it may be brief, PYLONS is an electrifying and unsettlingly surreal take on edutainment titles from the early days of computer gaming.
Check out the list of all of the new releases scheduled for this month on the short horror streaming service.
Bruce Campbell’s one-take thriller “RUNNING TIME” is dashing onto Synapse Films Blu-ray; details & art
The long-lost thriller stages its action in a single continuous shot–filmed more than 20 years before Sam Mendes’ 1917.
The graboids resurface for the film's 30th anniversary in stunning high def!
Do you read Rue Morgue? Take our short survey for a chance to WIN a free copy of BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS: A Graphic History of Horror Comics!
We check out the "Halloween II" inspired collectibles!
We chat with the actor about his dual roles, his memorable turn in Lucky McKee's "May," and more!
In the midst of the pandemic, writer/director James Felix McKenney pulled off an unusual fantasy-thriller for minimal expense.
Bob Clark's 1974 slasher is still a must-watch holiday classic four decades later.
Check out a new batch of shorts from Bryian Keith Montgomery, Jr., Nic Stanich, and Gigi Saul Guerrero.
Originally titled HEKS, it’s spreading a deadly curse on VOD platforms and DVD.
Writer/director Bruce Wemple's Wendigo tale is a fun psychological thriller/monster movie mashup that questions reality, morality, and finality.
Our "Last Rites" columnist gets into the blood and guts of shepherding souls to the great beyond!
Now available on Amazon in the U.S., UK and Japan, it’s a dark psychological voyage through the Japanese city.
The American Genre Film Archive is offering three killer styles for the first time ever online!
Arrow Video's official streaming lineup packs in enough cult goodness to keep you toasty into the new year!
One of the surprise titles among the genre-disc specialist’s announcements today is its first dimensional release, with supplements by a member of the RUE MORGUE team.
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The supernatural fantasy-thriller will be seeing release next week.
This week: go wild with "The Strange Island of Doctor Nork!"
The survival thriller is headed your way November 27th.
Strap yourself in for Az Zamani's gurney ride to Hell.
Things go from bad to worse for the heroine of the latest survival-horror film.
Ring in the Yuletide season with a special 4K watch party presentation of RAWHEAD REX, Clive Barker’s classic yarn about an ancient creature awakened from its slumber to embark on a kill rampage.
Be warned: they bite!
Dana Ziyasheva's muddled dystopian satire is a psychedelic trip through a world gone mad with Left-wing ideals.
The novel, a freaky and funny tale of our world on the brink of apocalypse, features killer robots, stalking vultures, and a friendly Hungarian who plans to exterminate the human race.
Get on the list for this killer "invite-only" event!
These "Crypt Creepies" and "Snivelers" are coming for your Turkey Day leftovers!
Exclusive Interview: Filmmakers Aneesh Chaganty and Sev Ohanian on their Sarah Paulson psychothriller “RUN.,” Part Two
The duo discuss the cast, challenges and unintended relevance of their movie.
Netflix's cult horror film is a compelling fable about the dangers of fundamentalism.
The Arcana Studio and Bondit Media Capital financed production has been picked up by RLJE Entertainment and the horror streaming service.
Breaking in was easy. Getting out is going to be Hell!
Bloober Team resurrects their fan-favorite cyberpunk thriller for the new console generation.
It seems like only yesterday (but it was actually last week) that we were reporting on a microbudget shark flick from SOV stalwart Mark Polonia, and now another one is swimming in.
The "Ultimate Survey of Anthology Horror" will also be available during the company's annual Black Friday sale!
Exclusive Interview: Filmmakers Aneesh Chaganty and Sev Ohanian on their Sarah Paulson psychothriller “RUN.,” Part One
RUE MORGUE chats with the duo about this twisted mother-daughter story.
This week: you never escape the "Black Bargain!"
There’s something scary behind the doors in this Korean supernatural chiller.
A home-safety system proves to have the opposite effect in a new chiller coming next month.
There’s new terror in the woods for the star of FINAL DESTINATION and IDLE HANDS.
The 10-episode series launched Friday, November 13 with all episodes available now on the Snapchat Discover page.
It's a red-letter day for fans of the iconic series!
The 1976 cult favorite has made its disc debut with all-new special features (including a couple by a RUE MORGUE staffer), and you’ll want to act fast to grab it.
The reimagining of the Stuart Gordon-directed, Dennis Paoli-scripted cult classic will be out before year’s end.
The apparel company has horror fans covered with an adorably festive new line of apparel inspired by "Gremlins!"
Presumably it’s not at an S-Mart.
THE CURSE OF HOBBES HOUSE arrives on VOD, Digital HD, and DVD on December 15, 2020.
Yes, the filmmaker behind a couple of Europe’s most extreme recent horror movies has made “a grim post-apocalyptic tale for the whole family.”
It’s essentially a festival shorts program you can enjoy at home–and the fact that in-person festivals are on hold right now makes it especially worthwhile.
The new docudrama from Small Town Monsters recounts the tale of a merciless spirit that haunted a Tennessee family in the 1800s.
The composer re-imagines the track from his original score!
The Swedish Author enlightens us on the influences behind his high seas horror novel.
The composer reflects on "Troll," "Ghoulies," and "TerrorVision."
Hear from the Writer/Director and two stars of home-invasion thriller BY NIGHT'S END on their experiences producing the film.
Perhaps the highest-profile genre film produced during lockdown is now set to debut for home viewing.
HorrorHound's editor-in-chief gives us an exclusive peek at the project, live now on Kickstarter!
We chat with the lifelong collaborator of Stuart Gordon.
On the anniversary of the release of Stuart Gordon's most underrated Lovecraft adaptation, we take a look at its literary origins.
TOM ATKINS Signature Tee, KRAMPUS Activity Book, & Christmas Horror Shirts On Sale Now at Fright-Rags.com!
Costas Mandylor and Korrina Rico (RAY DONOVAN) feature in INCISION, released On Demand on November 12, 2020.
Netflix's horror-comedy-slasher is a film that manages to do all of those things, none of them well.
Frictional Games' newest installment of its popular horror title is heavy on story, light on fright.
We chat with the Mexican linocut artist talks about the history of the form, his punk music background, and "Cannibal Holocaust."
The fest-praised film is coming to multiple venues next month.
On November 13th, the Body Count’s about to get a lot...Bodier. Countier. Murderier?
Exclusive Interview: Director Christopher Landon talks hitting the Refresh button on slasher films with “FREAKY”
The director has brought a fresh and funny spin to the genre without skimping on the gore.
The legendary director is taking another turn in front of the camera.
Ryan Murphy has dropped a second visual teaser for fans.
This week: to the devil with the Big Apple! It's "Hell On Earth!"
Eric Power's hand-crafted horror joint delivers rough-hewn thrills and retro charm.
Supernatural menace lurks in a Scottish castle in the fright feature coming next week.
The wages of Bad Samaritanism are deadly in the new film from FINAL DESTINATION creator Jeffrey Reddick.
When aliens mix it up with sharks, mankind loses.
The Arcana CEO/Founder tells us all about his spooky, star-studded animated adventures!
Sylas Dall's "Stranger Things" ripoff is a tonally inconsistent replica of other nostalgic entertainments.
These hand-sculpted, cast, and painted pieces are available for pre-order this week!
"A Creepshow Holiday Special," "Joe Bob Saves Christmas," "Anything for Jackson" and more!
Get ready for the return of the backwoods killers!
Exclusive Interview: Devon Sawa returns to horror and talks about working with John Travolta and Glenn Danzig
Devon Sawa returns to his roots with a starring role in the Canadian survivalist horror film HUNTER HUNTER as well as an appearance in Glenn Danzig's upcoming DEATH RIDER IN THE HOUSE OF VAMPIRES.
Darcy Weir’s documentary explores the phenomenon of ‘Wildmen’ sightings from across the globe.
Writer/director Walker Whited's debut is a solid entry in the home invasion canon.
Recording "virtually" live from Salem Horror Fest, Andrea and Alex talk about sexy werewolves and not-so-sexy wellness with Joe Dante’s werewolf opus.
Check out the list of all of the new releases scheduled for this month on the short horror streaming service.
The song is featured on the Canadian rock band's latest album, "Becoming."
British horror legend pens sequel to "Spawn" 37 years after original publication.
The satanic caper hits digital platforms on December 8th from Midnight Releasing.
From the director of ANGRY ASIAN MURDER HORNETS, EBOLA REX, CLOWNS OF HALLOWEEN and I DRIP BLOOD ON YOUR GRAVE (and that’s just four from this year) comes the latest bad-weather/killer-animal mashup.
Run – don't walk – to help save a piece of sci-fi/horror history!
Exclusive trailer, plus poster: UK sci-fi/horror “THE FACILITY,” co-starring “MONTY PYTHON” and “YOUNG ONES” veterans
There are familiar faces from classic British comedy lurking in the supporting cast of this new fright feature.
The indie creator's "Enter the World of Mephistopheles" remerges from the bowels of hell as a randomized, spinner-based party game!
From the chilly climes of Iceland comes a new vampire thriller, hot off a tour of festivals like ScreamFest and London’s FrightFest.
The genre stalwart tell us all about his experience filming writer/director Dana Ziyasheva's colorfully bizarre dystopian comedy.
Christmas comes early for fans of omnibus horror, courtesy of Scream Team Releasing and Blood Moon Pictures.
Celebrate The 50th Anniversary Of “The Hilarious House Of Frightenstein” With This Illustration By Artist Jamie Pruden
Jamie Pruden (who was covered awhile back here) is back with a homage to one of Canada's longest running tv series geared towards kids.
The horrors are psychological, simmering under the surface for most of the running time, yet they hold your attention throughout.
The captivating new Bigfoot doc, sure to please "X-Files" fans, arrives on digital and DVD this month from Uncork'd Entertainment.
The director of KILL LIST and HIGH-RISE shot his latest fright film under the radar.
Get to know the musical renaissance man behind the soundscape for Jeffrey Reddick's karmic thriller.
This nasty, viscera-festooned literary psychochiller is the microbudget-cinema equivalent of a potboiler.
It's her most frightening collaboration yet with writer/director Bryan Bertino (THE STRANGERS).
The filmmaker adapts Norwegian mythology into a modern fantasy-thriller.
Exclusive Interview: Director/co-writer Joe Marcantonio on his gaslighting psychological creeper “KINDRED”
The filmmaker’s gripping feature debut hinges on a few different kinds of familial anxiety
This week: cough it up and pay "The Fiddler's Fee."
Lucio Fulci’s “CAT IN THE BRAIN” remade as “NIGHTMARE SYMPHONY,” starring “FEAR NO EVIL” director; trailer & poster
The Italian goremeister’s semi-autobiographical gorefest has now been rebooted with another horror director in the lead.
Nightmares Film Festival ’20 Review: “TO FREDDY” asks: How far would you go to stop your own murder?
It’s a thriller about paranoia and trust–a common theme in 2020–with a nice science-fiction premise and some magic tricks up its sleeve.
Some cool character actors are part of this trip to the animal side of Hollywood.
Music from and inspired by Herschell Gordon Lewis’ BLOODMANIA: Original Soundtrack!
Following its premiere at London’s FrightFest in August, the Scotland-lensed fear film is coming to America later this month.
The Swedish filmmaker delivers a brooding, starkly horrific study of guilt and psychological trauma.
The only thing worse than being trapped in your own home? Being stuck at someone else's!
Exclusive Interview: Actors Sopé Dìrísù and Wunmi Mosaku on the social and supernatural horrors of “HIS HOUSE”
The standout horror drama derives a good deal of its power from its two lead performances.
They’ve figured out a way for the actress to return to the role she first played 11 years ago.
Get a closer look at the 8-inch retro clothed figure.
The holiday may be over, but these black and orange vinyl monsters will help keep the spirit alive!
The Australian feature is a pale imitation of other, more charming films about insane backwoods families.
There’s blood on the turkey in the holiday horror film coming next week.
We get to know the author behind the excellent new collection of horror essays.
The new domestic thriller takes a slide into potentially Lovecraftian supernatural fear.
It’s the biggest game-changer on the slasher scene since SCREAM.
Movie Review: “DARKNESS IN TENEMENT 45” Taps Quarantine Isolation and Paranoia Just In Time For Election Day
Writer-Director Nicole Groton’s indie isolation horror strikes our overexposed nerves a little too closely for comfort.
Written by David D. Jones, the "Battle Royale" style thriller is a fun, no-nonsense, and no morals romp that delivers some seriously sweet mutilations.
Journey through 15 of the year's best indie horror games with these suggestions to play on Halloween night.
Peele will produce a re-imagined take on Wes Craven's cult classic for Universal.
The director of SINISTER is returning to the Blumhouse fold, along with his regular co-screenwriter Robert Cargill.
Check out the preview for this one-of-a-kind genre-blender, which releases next month.
The feature directing debut of Terrie Samundra is the streaming service’s latest Original horror feature.
A year after the release of its last chapter, "The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope" graces screens with better scares, more choices, and bigger consequences.
Any hope that SPELL might attempt to investigate Hoodoo as anything but a gimmick fades away as the movie churns through the clichés.
What’s scarier than a home invasion? A home invasion by a bloodthirsty gang in clown makeup!
An all-new "Midnight Society" cast faces off against the forces of darkness!
Exclusive pics/info: Kissing Candice teams with Tom Savini on new masks, launches new video and comic
Kissing Candice have been banging out their horror-infused brand of heavy metal since 2012, and now they’ve teamed with an effects legend for a new look, and have multiple projects in different media coming up.
Featuring the new anthology film “Bad Candy," horror-comedy ”Murder Bury Win," and much more!
The new teaser premiered during a Blumfest 2020 panel, and features more Michael, Laurie, and the first shot of Anthony Michael Hall as Tommy Doyle!
Get to know the emerging filmmakers behind 20th Digital Studio's series of Halloween horror shorts.
The modern Halloween classic is being showcased in a special watchalong event the day before the holiday, courtesy of Legendary Entertainment.
Brendan Muldowney, who previously helmed the Tom Holland-starrer PILGRIMAGE, gets rolling on the supernatural film next month.
The horror-movies-within-a-horror-movie will be available for home viewing in time for Halloween.
A pair of horror specialists will be giving the acclaimed chiller wider exposure.
The first English-language film from the director of THE INCIDENT and THE SIMILARS sees release in December.
The survival-horror film just wrapped principal photography in Detroit.
There have been numerous genre films lensed during the pandemic, but this one has arguably the biggest-name cast.
Blumhouse Television and Amazon Prime Video have released the details on the next four movies in their on-line fear franchise.
AGFA titles, specially curated collections, and more!
The members of Heart Attack Kids get spooky ooky with some creepy, classic tunes!
Celebrate the end of spooky season with the vlogger's recipe for Soul Cakes!
Colorful mayhem abounds in the exclusive trailer from Uncork'd Entertainment.
Turkey Day goes to hell Brett Glassberg’s holiday horror effort.
Lin Shay and Tobin Bell star in the Jeffrey Reddick ("Final Destination") produced thriller, available October 30th.
The extended edition of Stephen Cognetti's fan-favorite found-footage film will be available to stream just in time for Halloween.
A frustrating near-miss, bearing so many good intentions that you wish the movie as a whole had more impact.
Revenge is a dish best served violently in the rural psychothriller that debuts next month.
Check out a new batch of shorts from Tom Harberd, Kerim Banka, Fernando Perezgil, Jessica & Richard Valentine, and James Henry Hall & Bret K. Hall
This week: the author goes meta in THE GHOST-WRITER.
The newly discovered and previously unused 1979 one-sheet will emblazon T-shirts, hoodies, banners, and more!
The filmmaker's haunted-house debut feature is frightening and moving in equal measure.
The directing duo discusses the mechanics of time, shooting in New Orleans, and climate change.
Megan Freels Johnston's vacation rental horror short "Dear Guest" checks into streaming in time for Halloween!
Check out a premiere clip from Uncork'd Entertainment.
He and his cast aimed to give deeper meaning to their saga of the supernatural.
Get to know the emerging filmmakers behind 20th Digital Studio's series of Halloween horror shorts.
Make your Halloween groovy with Grindhouse Releasing's ongoing tour of Sam Raimi's immortal classics.
COME PLAY with Larry this Halloween, the electronic demon who only wants a friend.
Take a first look at the time-looping horror film from director Craig Singer.
We chat with the writer/director and star of the Shudder Original anthology!
Having already received acclaim at London’s FrightFest and Los Angeles’ Screamfest, the film is headed for wider release.
Spoke Art gallery's Halloween group show will feature an eclectic roster of 60 all-women artists creating horror-themed work from a female/femme perspective
Ahead of the premiere, writer/director Jacob Chase talks about creature design and the terror of interconnectedness.
With the restrictions on celebrating Halloween out of the house, Blumhouse is bringing the horror into your home with the people behind several of its new films and shows.
Exclusive Interview: Director Mark Tonderai on breaking racial and cultural boundaries with “SPELL,” Part One
Exploring the Hoodoo subculture allowed the filmmaker to convey larger statements.
Every week this month, get to know the emerging filmmakers behind 20th Digital Studio's series of Halloween horror shorts.
Panic Fest Presents: "Tricks and Tricks," a special virtual Halloween celebration, runs October 30th through November 1st.
The show based on the popular found-footage horror podcast has received an eight-episode order from the streaming service.
A violent robbery is just the beginning of the bloodshed in HIDEOUT, which shot over the summer; read on for exclusive words from the filmmakers and a first look at the poster.
Explore the world of Layla Karis Balfour, a very talented tattooist and artist who specializes in painted vintage hand saws.
Opening Toronto’s Blood in the Snow Film Festival, the Super Channel Fuse Original movie sees Canadian release this week.
World-famous drag monsters Dracmorda and Swanthula tell us all about their new Shudder-exclusive special!
Nightmares Film Festival ’20 Review: An injection of splatstick gives new life to “THE BRAIN THAT WOULDN’T DIE”
The theatricality and jokes are so strong, we remain engaged with its ridiculous world.
There is an insane level of creativity on display in each and every segment.
Every week this month, get to know the emerging filmmakers behind 20th Digital Studio's series of Halloween horror shorts.
The writer/producer/director took time away from his mad scribblings to tell us what exactly compelled him to create his psychosexual thriller.
Relive the 2000s in all their poor taste and editing choices!
"The House That Dripped Blood" has been buried in Shudder's discovery queue for a long while. This Halloween, Rue Morgue dares you to step inside and rediscover a bona fide anthology horror classic.
Spooky season may be winding down, but there's plenty for fright fans to look forward to next month!
The original score from Wade MacNeil and Andrew Gordon Macpherson will be available on digital October 30th, vinyl to follow.
The biggest monster of them all is battling his way through three of his classic Toho features on outdoor screens.
Tyler Savage's new neo-noir thriller "BLINDERS" is a slow spiral into chaos that exposes the ways in which our more connected world makes us vulnerable without being too preachy. Oh, and there's stalking. Lots of stalking.
Joachim Hedén's swift and unrelenting thriller is a tense reminder of the limits of the human body and the fierce determination required to surpass them.
The second season based on the best-selling novel by Joe Hill hits Blu-ray and DVD.
The actors discuss bolo ties, jump-scares, and the value of the theatrical cinematic experience.
Not at all the movie that its trailers are selling–and in this case, that’s a good thing.
The movie manages to present an intelligent exploration of difficult topics while also being a bloody and violent hell of a good time.
Rue Morgue's own "Rewind Zone" scribe and host Ivotres Littles to countdown the most cheesetastic horror movies ever made!
Once a DVD mogul, he now wreaks bizarre imagery for Mike Patton et al.
With editing and visuals seemingly inspired by experimental art, HONEYDEW is a fever dream that twists your perception of time.
The Rue Crew spends an evening at home with the celebrated mentalist, who's set to chill curious participants from across the digital void through November 28th.
Syndicado, an international film and television distribution company, has unleashed a trio of horror flicks ahead of Halloween now available on all major VOD platforms including Amazon, Google Play, and Vimeo.
Eric Roberts stars in the surreal and kaleidoscopic dystopian adventure.
He's hairy, bear-y, and just the right amount of scary!
The filmmaker behind THE INCIDENT and THE SIMILARS will see his first English-language film hit the States before year’s end.
Hot on the heels of word that CANDYMAN has settled on a 2021 debut comes news of more genre-film scheduling and rescheduling.
The multitalented visual artist wants to have his way with your mind.
The award-winning crime thriller "Beasts Clawing at Straws" opens up theatrically today via Virtual screenings in select cinemas nationwide.
This week: terror under the big top in "Death Is An Elephant."
The sci-fi thriller seeing release in December promises to mess with your head.
Nia DaCosta’s reimagining of the ’90s horror favorite now has a specific day to hook horror fans.
The latest print from artist Jack Magnus gives us a glimpse into the place where Michael Myers obtained his iconic mask.
We tracked down CHOP CHOP's Rony Patel, tied him to a chair and asked him what the secret is to making a great film on your first try.
Add Robert Englund's directorial debut to your spooky season watchlist!
RLJE Films is offering new subscribers a chance to snag the second season of the AMC series! Subscribe today to receive RUE MORGUE #197 (Nov/Dec2020 Issue) in your mailbox, and be instantly entered to win NOS4A2 Season 2 on Blu-ray, courtesy of RLJE Films. Winners will be drawn randomly on December 1st!
Rue Morgue unveils the new faces of Canadian horror in the latest issue of RUE MORGUE (Nov/Dec 2020 issue #197), on stands November 1 and now available from the Rue Morgue Shoppe!
The veteran guitarist has a strong and varied enthusiasm for horror.
The ghouliest, goriest, most glamorous drag competition of them all has arrived on Shudder.
Following the movie’s lead, the four different art variants for the upcoming shocker are red all over.
All month long, AMC, AMC+, and Shudder are encouraging viewers to find their paw-fect watch buddy for spooky season and beyond!
In his sophomore novel "FOLLOW HIM," Craig Stewart cooks up a psychosexual Lovecraftian nightmare fans of cults, extreme horror, and psychological thrillers won't want to miss.
Ronin Flix's 3 disc Collector’s Edition includes a new 4K Scan of the original uncut feature film, "I Spit on Your Grave: Deju Vu" and "Growing up with I Spit on Your Grave!"
The horror/comedy will be produced and aired by Netflix.
SAW franchise vet Costas Mandylor is among the cast of this new medical nightmare.
Music doc follows the self-described "King of Sleaze."
Paramount's bedeviling Hoodoo pic is headed your way October 30th!
The author/editor has curated a brilliant, harrowing psychological horror anthology for the ages.
On their Halloween release, the trio literally revisit their thrash/death-metal roots.
Every week this month, get to know the emerging filmmakers behind 20th Digital Studio's series of Halloween horror shorts.
After premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival, it’s seeing release next month.
You've read our interview with screenwriter Dandano Sacchietti in RM196; now, see the movie that inspired the entire slasher subgenre on Halloween night!
Have a sample of the certifiably insane porcine mutant action film we're calling "a low class, high concept head trip."
Fresh from its acclaimed theatrical release, the science fiction shocker is now poised to invade your home.
RAZORBLADES: THE HORROR MAGAZINE from James Tynion IV Returns for Second Issue—and Subscription Program—Just in Time for Halloween
The Indiegogo campaign for the tech-centric psychological thriller kicks off today!
Home-invasion horror collides with demonic possession in this ultra-brutal British supernatural shocker.
It’s paced well and colorfully told, even as it doesn’t bring many fresh ideas to the table.
This week in the Sematary: We dive into Shudder's Vincent Price collection with THE MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH, a campy take on Poe's source material that spins it into the realm of Satanic horror.
An impressive array of filmmaking talent has a gift for fright fans to unwrap later this year.
Lloyd Kaufman and the gang will be giving New Yorkers their first look at the latest Tromasterpiece as part of a #BREAKINGBARD double feature.
The three-night Halloween happening is taking place in New Jersey, Texas, and California.
After bouncing around the release schedule a few times, 20th Century Studios’ THE EMPTY MAN finally makes his presence known in theaters next Friday, October 23, and the trailer dropped this morning.
Each week this month, get to know the emerging filmmakers behind 20th Digital Studio's series of Halloween horror shorts.
Korean monster-movie MONSTRUM will have its at-home release next month.
The folkloric creature finds fresh prey in a film coming next month.
Premiering at AFF on October 24th as part of the Dark Matters program, the increasingly creepy film follows a lonely transplant to the City of Angels who forms a dangerous friendship with a rideshare driver.
The "Parasite" director's 2003 serial killer masterpiece receives a welcome re-release.
The wonderfully weird coming-of-age story features Chris Messina, Chloë Sevigny, and John Turturro.
Justin G. Dyck's film features two of the most endearingly villainous characters in recent memory.
Max Werkmeister's invigorating road movie is a fresh take on vampire lore.
Ticket numbers, big winners, and more in the official wrap announcement!
The world's first Swissploitation film is also marking many firsts for crowdfunding!
The early starring role for the AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON actress has been restored for hi-def disc.
The Boogeyman is coming...and he wants to keep your soup hot.
Andre Gower's love letter to "The Monster Squad" is coming October 27th!
The butcher knives are broken out in our excerpt from the fright film that releases next week.
And two of the key talent are coming back for the popular serial killer’s latest exploits.
The latest over-the-top creaturefest from the director of THE VOID and MANBORG will wring out plenty of blood in the new year.
First announced last year, the reboot of the hit ’90s slasher has now been given a series order.
It builds a quietly engrossing study of grief and obsession on its supernatural base.
Like its protagonist, THE INTRUDER has many voices but they struggle to make themselves heard.
This week, venture into the Garden of Pain with Episode 2: "The Mandarin's Canaries."
The Night You Came (At) Home!
The creature feature is creeping closer to its Halloween release.
"Martyrs" meets "Saw" in Pavel Khvaleev's brutal feature.
The American Genre Film Archive adds a little spice to your Quarantine-ween with its newest collection of VHS-era found footage weirdness!
In JUMBO, the debut feature from Belgian director Zoé Wittock, "Portrait of a Lady on Fire" alum Noémie Merlant falls for an amusement park Tilt-A-Whirl, and the resulting romance is somehow more potent and tragic.
Manu Herrera's film explores the bloody consequences of self-loathing and unsatiated sexuality.
Take a gander at the army vet turned artist's creepy-cute creations!
The actress and her RESIDENT EVIL director have more creature-batting action coming later this year.
Dark Sky Films' "relentlessly gripping possession thriller" comes to disc next month.
LFF ’20 Review: “ROSE” is a vampire story for our times but its fangs may not be sharp enough for some
The feature debut of its writer-star and its director, ROSE: A LOVE STORY may be the definitive COVID-19 vampire movie.
As seen in Rue Morgue's Halloween double issue, horror/thriller THE OWNERS will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on October 20th.
"The record is spinning, The grooves worn and cracked, The story has started, There’s no turning back!" Check out scary story EP, 13 TRACKS TO FRIGHTEN YOUR FRIENDS! on October 16th.
Nicholas Winter's haunted house feature arrives on VOD, Digital, and DVD on October 20th.
Weird villains and escalating lunacy abounds in Rony Patel’s directorial debut!
Best known for her roles in the "Halloween" series, Danielle Harris tells us all about her upcoming film, and if she’d ever be willing to return to the franchise!
The "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" actress's debut directorial feature is headed to VOD next month, with special online screening events in the lead-up to Halloween!
Nightstream ’20 Review: “Rose Plays Julie” Is An Unsettling Reminder of the Horror of Feeling Powerless
A young woman goes in search of her birth mother in an emotionally and physically dangerous exploration of the past.
It is entirely possible to truly admire the technical craft and effort that went into FRANK & ZED while wishing that equal care had been taken with the script.
Everything from demons to giant robots to stop-motion creations to the ever-popular evil clowns run riot through this preview.
This Sinister Seven, we talk to Montgomery Jr. about his inspiration and process for a harsh exploration of police brutality.
With the pandemic on everyone’s mind in the thick of the U.S. election season, it’s only appropriate for a fright flick about quarantining to see release on November 3.
Uncork'd Entertainment presents a tween-centered fright flick in the tradition of "Stranger Things" and Stephen King's "It"
Your new favorite hairy, homosexual horror host is coming from Here TV.
The sequel to the 2013 meta horror film is coming this week with a bloodsucking angle and a couple of horror vets in the cast.
Show your love for one of the most underrated franchise sequels with new apparel from Gutter Garbs!
Shudder’s modern demonic possession joint from Damien LeVeck doesn't quite deliver on its wicked setup.
What do vampires, gentrification, and Method Man all have in common? Simple. Netflix’s new film, VAMPIRES VS THE BRONX!
Writer/director Michael McCartney’s razor-sharp, LGBTQ-themed horror-comedy ROOMMATE WANTED had its World Premiere during Weekend I of Salem Horror Fest ‘20.
Spanish director Albert Pintó's Franco-haunted ghost story mucks up the experiences of the marginalized.
Journalist Emanuela Rossi's debut feature is bizarre, punishing, funny, and wholly unclassifiable.
This week in the Sematary: Enjoying Monsterland? Hulu's "WOUNDS" might be just the thing for you, a character driven slow burn that comes off like an extended episode of Hulu's new series.
The fact that this is ultimately a human story first and a horror story second in no way diminishes its impact in the latter area.
Newcomer Allen holds her own opposite the gifted Paulson, adding another calculating villain to her rogues’ gallery.
The writer/director lets us in on the inspirations behind her splashy festival fave.
The Detroit deathgaze duo drops a new visual for their Halloween-themed album, "Rated V"
Weekend II Review: K/XI’s festival feature is a bit of a drag, but is redeemed by its killer electronic score.
Say "hello uglies" to the most glamorous ghouls in the biz!
The in-depth examination of the all-time horror classic now has a general release date.
Both keep the scale small while aiming for big thrills–one of them quite a bit more successfully than the other.
Directed by Alastair Orr and written by David D. Jones, making his feature screenwriting debut, Samuel Goldwyn Films will release the thriller/action/horror film TRIGGERED On Digital and On Demand November 6, 2020.
Get a load of "Pretty Boy," your new favorite masked killer!
With a stateside reboot forthcoming, learn about the cult South American splatter series from the makers themselves!
SAW series mainstay Darren Lynn Bousman ably helms this well-cast, sun-drenched occult mystery.
Bring Cthulhu, Nessie, Chupacabra, and Cerberus home for Halloween!
The porcine mutant action film is a low class, high concept head trip.
Premieres, panels, and podcasts galore! All on-demand from one of 2020's best fests.
After world-premiering at last year’s Toronto International Film Festival and U.S.-premiering at SXSW earlier this year, it’s heading for release next February.
The new one-hour special, hosted by Dr. Emily Zarka, premieres Friday, October 30 at 10:00 p.m. EST on PBS!
One holiday weekend sees the vinyl reissue of music from a notorious slasher film set during another holiday.
Brandon Cronenberg's second feature brings both brainy thrills and bodily damage.
Stories from the "Psycho" scribe that you'll lose your head over!
The project is the long-awaited follow-up by New Zealand director Gerard Johnstone to his terrific, undercelebrated chiller HOUSEBOUND.
Get a sneak peek at the "Final Destination" creator's upcoming film!
Revisit "The Haunting of Hill House" through the lens of its follow-up season's main inspiration: Jack Clayton's THE INNOCENTS, an adaptation of "The Turn of the Screw"
The latest collaboration between Canada’s Breakthrough Entertainment and Black Fawn Films (in partnership with WarnerMedia Entertainment’s Particular Crowd) is a satirical serial-murder saga with some familiar faces.
Following a 2019 festival tour that won it much acclaim, this study of grief and terror is seeing general release.
The Hollywood veteran’s long career encompassed a few frightful cult classics.
Blu-ray Review: Festival Fave “THE DEEPER YOU DIG” Gets A Worthwhile Physical Release From Arrow Video
The Adams family’s haunting digital jewel is available today!
A new film from the director of TROLL HUNTER, THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE and SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK is cause for excitement, and his latest is on the way next month.
A father and daughter fall prey to deadly zealotry in the Canadian chiller releasing later this month.
The "Magic Mike" star believes he's a hero from another dimension in the upcoming film from the director of "Daniel Isn't Real."
Crispin Glover and his RIVER’S EDGE director Tim Hunter are back with a serial-murder thriller inspired by true events.
Artists with decades of experience in the genre are co-directing and creating monsters for the soon-to-film feature.
Part slow-burning acid trip, part bombastic actioner, BLOOD MACHINES is a surprisingly poetic love-letter to 1980s movies and music that jumps on toxic masculinity and celebrates female empowerment while pushing the medium to new aesthetic heights.
Creating terror in a foreign environment required careful handling in a couple of different ways.
Writer/director John Atkinson’s commentary on race, gentrification, and surviving childhood abuse is a strong indie effort.
“Every corpse tells a story,” and Ryan Spindell’s fest favorite/Shudder Original has five good ones to share.
Playing the pickax-wielding villain of the 3D horror remake was just one entry in a long genre career that has been sadly cut short.
After winning raves at Montreal’s Fantasia fest, the sci-fi thriller is heading to another prestigious showcase and then general release.
You can dive into this psychosexual horror/comedy that has just started streaming virtually.
The scary new series starring AnnaSophia Robb (DOWN A DARK HALL, THE REAPING) launches today on Quibi.
The most exquisite vampire pic of all time is coming to seduce you this Halloween.
A Midwestern spirit is showcased in this week’s installment of Quibi’s American horror series.
Thom Matthews, P.J. Soles, and Adrienne King feature in the Rue Morgue exclusive trailer!
The 2020 edition of the Canadian horror fest is taking over Super Channel Fuse with a solidly scary schedule of fright flicks.
The acclaimed fantasy writer discusses her new novella, a creepy and timely look at a nation struggling with a nasty epidemic.
"The Haunting of Bly Manor": A new family, a new house, a new ghost story…Take a trip to Bly Manor, a great good place, on October 9th!
Check out the newly launched website and fill those digital shopping carts with any of these or many more offerings of art work by Chantel Laura Handley. Also, keep up to date on new releases by following Chantel on any of her Social Media accounts.
This diabolical cutie is now available for preorder!
The Horror Collective's theatre-kid comedy is now playing on VOD.
Check out a new batch of shorts from Travis Bible, Aaron Pagniano, Jessi Gaston, and Nicole Solomon.
This well-executed traditional ghost story lies buried in Netflix's "Halloween Collection."
Nora Unkel’s vision of the birth of “Frankenstein” is dark, beautiful, and puts a spooky spin on the novel’s classic origin story.
A Rue Morgue exclusive!
For those who can tune into Yasuhiko Shimizu's wavelength, his debut feature may prove something more than skin-deep.
Bring a little seasonal magic into your living room with the new 24/7 Streaming Jack-O’Lantern inspired by Michael Dougherty’s iconic anthology film.
Hold onto your chestnuts! The jolly red killer is coming to Frightfest!
Don't get stuck watching this problematic timesuck.
Rising standup comedian Charles Gould stars in the horror/comedy that world-premieres as part of the fright festival this month.
"There's a new witch in town.." This weekend, check out Fantasia Fest 2020 selection "The Curse of Audrey Earnshaw" in theaters!
Bring the drive-in to your living room with this weekend watchlist!
Movie Review: Teenage pranks open the door to social and supernatural terrors in “LET’S SCARE JULIE”
Presented in one continuous 80-minute shot, this ambitious chiller explores humanity’s darker instincts.
Mama Voorhees says "yes!"
Horror icon Lin Shaye chats with Rue Morgue about her experience on the set of “The Call."
VHS is back in an all-digital edition with a stellar lineup of films, panels, and one very special guest judge.
Get to know the mind behind this spooky season's must-read novel, "Clown In A Cornfield."
Tobe Hooper's immortal classic turns 46 today, but its resonant themes buzz more loudly than ever.
Sophie Peyrard's excellent documentary tackles the tangled history of magical women onscreen.
Whereas his character seeks escape, the movie itself is something of an inspirational homecoming for the actor.
Praised at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, the horror drama is streaming in time for Halloween.
Kiyoshi Kurosawa's 1997 slow-burn procedural film has aged better than many of its J-horror contemporaries.
Jill Gevargizian's debut is one of 2020’s finest horror features.
"The Deeper You Dig," "Mallrats," "The Last Starfighter" and more!
SEVERIN FILMS’ “TALES OF THE UNCANNY – THE ULTIMATE SURVEY OF ANTHOLOGY HORROR” TO PREMIERE AT WALES’ ABERTOIR FESTIVAL
Over 60 genre filmmakers, writers and historians choose the best anthology horror films in the feature-length, Zoom-enabled documentary.
The promising young actress lets us in on her process and what makes "The Haunting of Bly Manor" a different beast than "Hill House."
In this continuing series, we hunt down the legends and behind-the-scenes facts surrounding beloved and lesser-known Cryptozoological creature features.
Get your first glimpse at Zoe Lister-Jones' update of the 1996 occult classic!
“They started a war. She brought a reckoning.” See the new film from the writers of “Becky” in select drive-ins on October 2nd! (VOD 10/6)
The Etheria Film Night's most celebrated female-made shorts have been curated into a stream-ready, greatest genre hits mixtape.
Fund the folks attempting to mine art from the dumpster fire that is 2020.
Bryan Bertino's new nightmare hits theaters and digital next month.
Cult classics, hidden gems, and iconic horror films headed your way October 1st!
30 years after completion, the sci-fi/horror mashup finally sees the light of day.
The writer/director lets us into her world of shifting identity and hirsute homicide.
Rue Morgue's own James Burrell shows off his upcoming collection of "Nightmare Nodders!"
Get to know Vicky Clerici A.K.A "MakeupBilly," a latex and makeup FX talent out of Montreal, Canada.
This bloody homage to classic creature features was a six-year passion project for its creator.
The online gathering of industry heavyweights will be free-to-stream October 2nd-4th.
Enamel pins, exclusive puzzles, ass-kicking leggings, and more!
“Four Friends. One Phone Call. 60 Seconds. Stay Alive.” Produced by Jeffrey Reddick of "Final Destination," "The Call" receives a nationwide theatrical & drive-in release on October 2nd.
Salem Horror Fest ’20 Review: “The Last Thanksgiving” Is A Tasty But Not Fully Satisfying Ode To The Golden Era Holiday Slasher
Writer/director Erick Lorinc serves up a retro-styled stalk 'n slash worth its salt, but fumbles the main course.
A treasure from the 1930s, Shudder acquisition "The Old Dark House" is mandatory watching for fright fans.
Nab Don Coscarelli's "Beastmaster," cult classic slasher "Fade to Black," a Giallo Box set, and two secret titles early!
Plus, exclusive behind-the-scenes photos!
This creature-feature-meets-serial-killer romp wears its heart on its sleeve—figuratively and literally.
Exclusive Interview: Historical horror author Erika Mailman and actress Nicole Berry resurrect Lizzie Borden this weekend
In words and performance, they're plumbing the darkest depths of history.
Check out the //CRICKETS PODCAST NETWORK, featuring three bi-monthly podcasts including "Creepcast," "Black Magic Coven," and "Super Creepy Funtime Hour" - launching today!
Light up your jack-o'-lantern, because CREEPSHOW, Joe Bob, and a sackload of great flicks are coming your way!
World premieres and many other fear flicks will be showcased by this joint venture between several of the country’s top horror events!
Spanish director Gonzalo Lopez’s giallo inflected thriller finds distribution with Leomark Studios.
See Aussies contend with a psychopathic family in Stuart Stanton's upcoming thriller.
Your driver is here.
French filmmakers in Japan have collaborated on this blood-streaked horror anthology.
Next month, discover a world of spirit photographs, paranormal art, and more at Ohio's occult destination.
Dean Kapsalis' critically-lauded feature stars the "Buffy" and "American Horror Story" actress as a woman coming undone.
By keenly balancing humor and optimism with bites of horror and intrigue, the film effectively entices viewers to follow the journey.
Making its festival debut this week, the twisted small-town saga is also now set for wider exposure.
Creepy castles! Demonic pigs! New Wave Pop stars! The Charle's Band produced, 1992 special effects-laden romp has it all.
Journalist turned producer Heather Buckley's new, inclusive horror studio launches fundraiser for its first production.
Cryptic Collectibles: Morbius the Living Vampire bares his fangs in new PVC statue from Diamond Select Toys
Diamond has captured the look and essence of the character perfectly with this figure.
The latest from the UK director of THE LAST HORROR FILM and SHIVER is a fresh slice of backwoods American deviance.
The creature feature/survival thriller hits over 600 drive-ins and indoor theaters this Friday, September 25.
What's your position on sandwiches and cute puppy posters?
Unearthed Films has restored the Category III shocker for North American audiences.
The ’90s teen icons are at the center of a new survival killer-thriller.
The actress currently getting sinister on RATCHED has another frightening role now set to break out in November.
The AMC series, based on Joe Hill's best-selling novel, heads to Blu-ray and DVD October 20th.
The genre darling's celebrated sophomore feature hits theatres and on-demand next month.
This week on the Sematary: MORTUARY is an entertaining trip to the more insane corners of the 80's slasher genre that our readers can't miss.
We premiere the trailer for Stu Stone and Adam Rodness' unreal true crime story.
Celebrate "The Night He Came Home" with one of our most iconic covers!
The hostess of the webcomic anthology "Adrenaline Shots" invites you into the hallowed halls of Morphine Manor!
Exclusive comments and photos: holiday horror anthology “13 SLAYS TILL X-MAS” gets back into production
Like many features that began shooting earlier this year, Blood Moon Pictures’ omnibus fright flick 13 SLAYS TILL X-MAS got blindsided by the pandemic, and had to shut down for a while. The filmmaking team eventually found a way to continue safely and recently resumed shooting, with masking, sanitizing and other guidelines in place.
A pizza delivery kicks off a night of bloodshed in Rony Patel's debut slasher.
Supernatural horror meets coming-of-age comedy in SOPHIE THE EXORCIST, a new web series hailing from Canada. We’ve got an exclusive first look at a proof-of-concept trailer and words from the creator.
Bruno Mattei's Florida-shot "Jaws" ripoff gets the Severin treatment.
The Chilean filmmaker tells us all about his new guerrilla-shot haunted house frightener!
Available as a fully painted piece or a unpainted resin model kit. Both collectibles are traditionally sculpted, molded, cast and hand painted by Mike Swisstack of Cthulhugizzard
Hundreds of hours of remote programming and guest of honor Joe Dante announced!
This week in the Sematary: Shudder's SPIRAL is a social commentary forward, compelling cult thriller that dabbles in psychological horror.
It spins terrific suspense out of a familiar storyline via solid craftsmanship and two strong lead performances.
LA's biggest genre fest returns October 2nd-8th!
There are a number of horrific cult favorites on the longtime disc company's slate.
Director Gus Holwerda set out to create a puzzle film, and we here at Rue Morgue think INTERSECT will certainly leave audiences scratching their heads.
A collective of top North American horror festivals is launching a new genre-film showcase next month, and has a new video teaser to build anticipation.
There are new environments to explore and an intriguing mystery to solve in Obsidian's brand new DLC for their fan favorite sci-fi game, THE OUTER WORLDS.
Every single night this October, Chicagoland horror fiends will be able to safely get their fix of the best the genre has to offer.
The UK’s biggest horror and fantasy film festival gets physical and celebrates its 21st year with a return to the Cineworld Leicester Square, London.
Exclusive first poster for the fantasy/sci-fi series also revealed!
Robert Forster werewolfilm “THE WOLF OF SNOW HOLLOW” now has a trailer, poster and “Little Red Riding Hood” music clip
It was announced earlier this week that beloved actor Robert Forster’s last movie would see release next month, and now more promo material has been unleashed.
Exclusive cover and first chapter: Alys Arden’s “THE GATES OF GUINÉE,” Book 4 of the CASQUETTE GIRLS series
The New Orleans-born author has won a legion of readers with her supernatural YA novels set in her hometown, and we’ve got the first look at the next one.
Why has David Cronenberg's 1983 technological nightmare only grown more alarming with the passage of time?
Aaron Fulcher's frightfully adorable "Little Monsters" are so cute we could die!
The quartet of original fright features is premiering next month on Amazon Prime.
HorrorBabble concludes its “Russian Horror: The Stories of Fyodor Sologub" with a contemplative and cautionary tale, “The Hoop.”
The award-winning sci-fi comedy beams down September 29th.
“THE BLACK CAT,” “PATRICK STILL LIVES” and “SHOCK TREATMENT” on Severin’s October Blu-ray slate; details, art, trailers
One of several films with that feline title is among the trio of Eurosplatter flicks on tap for Halloweentime.
What keeps the terror of creeping vines, killer blooms, and pod people evergreen?
Trailer and poster bring you into the weird world of Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead’s “SYNCHRONIC”
The filmmakers behind RESOLUTION, SPRING and THE ENDLESS have another strange trip to take you on.
Guy Moshe's near-future drama announces its virtual theatrical and digital debut.
Jeffrey Reddick’s new sequential-death scenario is coming next month.
Exclusive Interview: Director Antonio Campos on his Southern Gothic “THE DEVIL ALL THE TIME” and the “OMEN” prequel
Psychological disturbance and religious fervor run through this Southern Gothic thriller.
The toy and collectible company's newest retro horror figure is a stunner!
New releases inspired by John Carpenter, Sam Raimi, and more!
BEAST WITHIN turned out to be a joyless attempt at monsters, mystery and modern gaming while missing the mark in every direction.
The late actor from JACKIE BROWN, ALLIGATOR and many others co-stars in a lycanthropicture coming next month.
Arguably the director’s most controversial film is about to have its chrome and steel rendered in high definition.
"Maniac" gets a reprint, and "Vigilante" premieres in a knockout 4K restoration!
There's still no word on the official follow-up to "Dying Light," but Techland's new DLC aims to keep fans sated.
You’re not in Texas anymore.
The world's only non-profit genre film archive and distributor needs your help!
Exclusive Interview: Writer/directors Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz raise the horrific South in “ANTEBELLUM”
The duo put a tight focus through a genre lens on slavery and its legacy.
This week in the Sematary: I'M THINKING OF ENDING THINGS is a satisfying (if occasionally pretentious) arthouse horror film about the temporality of life and the futility of our choices. In short, it's just the thing to cheer you up.
Even his own mother isn’t safe from a seriously disturbed young man in the psychochiller releasing this week, featuring a number of horror veterans.
Terror tales have a way of coming true in the metafictional horror/comedy premiering next month.
Fresh from its Audience Award-winning world-premiere at the Fantasia International Film Festival, the documentary is now headed for wider exposure.
This week on the Sematary: Lovecraftian horror reaches new heights with "COLOR OUT OF SPACE," a film that successfully brings Lovecraft's source material into the modern world.
Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead’s “SYNCHRONIC” set for October release, with a caveat from the filmmakers
The latest mind-bender from the creators of RESOLUTION, SPRING and THE ENDLESS is coming to theaters next month–and those filmmakers are advising to proceed with caution.
She's created a bloody and satirical showcase for a homicidal pair of blue jeans.
The performers deftly build a world that is uncomfortably believable and a little too close to the one we currently inhabit.
It mostly settles for rehashing its predecessor and throwing a bunch of gore and profanity against the wall to see what sticks.
After its world premiere at last month’s Fantasia International Film Festival was greeted with strong reviews, it’s headed for release next month.
The creators of the Shudder sleeper are set to make a trio of features for the fright factory.
Ending a long period of speculation, the actress who’s been fleeing Ghostface since the original SCREAM has been confirmed today as coming back for the latest film.
There’s a cinematic intelligence at work that elevates this well above your average nightmare-oriented fright flick.
Wheaton on your TV used to mean STAR TREK, but the new psychochiller gives him a more sinister spin.
Following the record-breaking run of the first season, the horror streaming service has the next round of the horror anthology now going into production.
TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2’s Caroline Williams is back as another radio DJ in the fright film that begins its release this month, and we’ve got the complete details on where you can see it–with the actress in attendance at some venues.
Director Christopher Landon previously delivered a horror version of GROUNDHOG DAY, and now he’s putting a serial-killer spin on BIG.
What lurks behind the strange smile of this bizarre boy? Find out with HorrorBabble's latest episode The Smile, part of the continuing series “Russian Horror: The Stories of Fyodor Sologub."
It’s about a computer meme making the holiday especially scary and revealing a horrible history.
AQUASLASH dedicates too much time to its petty squabbling, illicit affairs and shady real-estate deals, and not enough time to coming good on its tantalising premise.
We pick the brain of the Emmy-nominated "American Horror Story" standout!
The horror history, theory, and production program is keeping its upcoming semester digital.
The worlds of the living and the deceased collide in the film releasing later this month.
Though this flick kicks off at 100 miles an hour, unfortunately, once the wheels stop rolling, so does the movie’s momentum.
Morena Baccarin, Bill Moseley, and William Shatner lend their voices to the festival fave!
The new acclaimed queer horror effort from the writer of "What Keeps You Alive" hits streaming later this month!
The week in the Sematary: If you're looking for a vampire flick for your 61 days of Halloween, THE SHED might just be for you.
Imagine “Dick in a Box” reconceived as a horror flick, or (as the poster puts it) “FATAL ATTRACTION meets THE BLOB,” and you’ve got THE SPECIAL, coming (ahem) next month.
John Carpenter fans will definitely obey the impulse to buy a new disc edition and merch for the classic sci-fi thriller.
The Halloween-set horror film releases next week, and we’ve also got the trailer and key art.
Following its world premiere at last month’s Fantasia International Film Festival, the religious/folk horror film receives wider exposure next month.
It is possible to have a ton of fun watching a pair of haunted, autonomous pants on an overnight killing rampage, and SLAXX shows us how it is done right.
Exclusive Interview: Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers and Forrest Goodluck on “Blood Quantum” and the Politics of Zombies
BLOOD QUANTUM cast members Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers and Forrest Goodluck discuss the most talked-about zombie film of the pandemic.
The Northern U.K. provides the perfect backdrop for Fionn and Toby Watts' debut feature!
The Canadian director gives us the lowdown on his Frightfest selection!
Artist Steve Jencks, who recently released two widely popular horror motivational art prints is back, this time he takes on America with his United Scares of America silkscreen print.
Lucio Fulci's profane late-life shocker gets the 4K treatment!
Horror, Movies, Awesomeness! Meet the smart, funny people behind the Castle of Horror podcast.
“THE MORTUARY COLLECTION,” “THE OAK ROOM” and “SLAXX” are among Fantasia 2020’s Audience Award winners!
The just-concluded Fantasia International Film Festival showcased over 100 features in its first-ever virtual edition; there was a lot of great stuff, and the viewers’ choices for the very best have been revealed.
Intentionally embracing style over substance, every square inch of the film oozes deliberate and beautiful homage.
Dying is easy and makes comedy hard in an upcoming fright film homaging the Italian greats.
We talk to Z star Keegan Connor Tracy about being an actor, being a mother, battling formless monsters and the odd overlap between the subjects.
Cannibalism occupies a special place in our psyche; the mere thought of it is often so horrible that such a film really doesn’t have to do much to inspire terror and revulsion in the audience.
Tune into Horrorbabble for another terror tale from Russian writer Fyodor Sologub, "The Glimmer of Hunger."
Phancy a cold one? Enter Chronicle Brewery’s limited Phantasm beer label contest, sponsored by Rue Morgue!
Calling all artists and horror phans! This Halloween season, Phantasm and Chronicle Brewery are joining forces for a line of limited edition beers that celebrate a franchise better known for its Tall Man than its tall cans! Do you have what it takes to design a label worthy of this collab?
PTSD, folk horror and family drama collide in this dread-inducing supernatural/psychological horror film.
A gory good time is guaranteed in this British creature-feature throwback!
Gary Green discusses his breakout role in FRIED BARRY, the South-African horror film that took the Fantasia Film Festival by storm.
Renowned actor Craig Sheffer discusses his latest performance in WIDOW'S PEAK, which is based on the novella co-written by Stephen King, Richard Chizmar and Billy Chizmar.
Much like the terrifying dangers trapped dormant beneath the Lomacks’ field, UNEARTH is also a heartbreaking peek at realities known to many, but often overlooked and underdiscussed.
Bryan Bertino has crafted a study of evil preying on human fragility that feels timeless and terrifying.
This week on the Sematary: 30 MILES FROM NOWHERE is the definition of modern horror mediocrity, a bloodless slasher that isn't worth your time.
The technological chiller is coming, unaltered and uncut, to theaters next month.
The Dutch horror comedy THE COLUMNIST has plenty of bloody fun, all at the expense of online trolls.
Exclusive trailer and poster: Danielle Harris goes on a maniac hunt in “REDWOOD MASSACRE: ANNIHILATION”
The HALLOWEEN and HATCHET heroine is messing with a new maniac in the fright flick coming next month.
It’s chilly and personal in the right places, keyed into a frequency that’s hard to shake.
The darker themes of human nature and the secrets men keep hang over THE OAK ROOM like a waterlogged cloud ready to burst.
BLEED WITH ME is not flashy or gory and monstrous. However, it does stand as an example of what can happen in a cabin in the woods that would shake you to your core.
Those carnivorous Critters with a salacious appetite are back, with this "Critters" collectable.
Nightmare creator Brandon Christensen tells us how he dreamt up "Z"
RUE MORGUE takes a second look at the forgotten 90's horror gem IDLE HANDS.
Check out a new batch of shorts from Sean U'Ren, Dinh Thai, and Peter Mckeirnon.
Sharksploitation flick “CRUEL JAWS” (with the “Snyder cut”) etc. coming on Severin Blu-ray; details, art, trailer
Severin Films is truly plumbing the depths of Italian exploitation fare with a notorious JAWS knockoff and more coming next month.
We recently ran our rave review of this movie, and now we’ve got the news on when you can see it.
Get creeped out by the trailer for Fantasia premiere “THE DARK AND THE WICKED,” from “THE STRANGERS” director
Bryan Bertino has a truly unsettling saga of a family’s descent debuting at the Canadian festival, and it now has a general release date as well.
Old enemies shed fresh blood in trailer and poster for Netflix’s sequel “THE BABYSITTER: KILLER QUEEN”
Director McG returns for another round of over-the-top mayhem, premiering next month.
Josh Boone stayed true to the comics while he and his team had some chilling times on set.
Coming for Halloween, the supernatural chiller introduces a new unearthly creature.
We interview Drew Hale about his powerhouse role of Writer, Director, Producer and Star of CUT AND CHOP.
Tune into the newest installment is HorrorBabble’s “Russian Horror: The Stories of Fyodor Sologub” and enter a nightmare filled with bizarre creatures in Sologub’s The Uniter of Souls.
Edmonton, Alberta's Jamie Pruden releases his “The Hilarious House of Frightenstein: Family portrait” art print.
Cowboys face off against witches in Aaron B. Koontz's horror western.
Now thru Sunday August 30th, until 6 PM EST, horror apparel and accessory company Gutter Garbs is celebrating Halloween early with a special week-long pre-order event for the officially licensed John Carpenter's Halloween Collection.
Limited to only 31 hand numbered and signed pieces, no more will be printed after this first run is gone.
You might think that the scariest thing in this film would be nightly, violent attacks by a terrifying man, but these are merely the catalyst for the real horror.
This week on the Sematary: Hulu's TRESPASSERS is a promising home invasion flick with some frustrating flaws.
It makes women’s horrors real under the guise of a fairy-tale homage.
YUMMY puts its zombie outbreak into a shady Eastern European hospital and delivers a pretty solid lineup of gore gags and flesh bites.
Along with an Argentinian giallo homage, a classic Japanese crime-thriller, its outré remake, and the return of some killer tomatoes!
Director/producer Cody Calahan and stars RJ Mitte and Peter Outerbridge discuss delivering dramatic thrills and chills.
Horror heroine Caroline Williams shines as a DJ with a nasty Stoker-esque bite and scores to settle.
A quiet song of death is played in our exclusive excerpt from the supernatural chiller debuting today.
It's the screenwriter’s latest stop on a long road trip through the darkest regions of the human psyche.
The dark side of religion and folk horror combine in THE CURSE OF AUDREY EARNSHAW, world-premiering tomorrow, and we’ve got the first look at the shiver-inducing teaser.
Join us as we celebrate the GOLDEN AGE OF ITALIAN HORROR with a candid and revealing interview with screenwriter DARDANO SACCHETTI who dishes on working with the likes of Mario Bava, Dario Argento, Lucio Fulci, Lamberto Bava and Ruggero Deodato!
Los Angeles psychobilly act Rezurex premieres new video “Mi Calavera De Amor” off upcoming album Skeletons
Produced before the coronavirus swept the world, Francesco Giannini’s first feature has its debut at the end of this month.
Murder, sex, teenagers, beer, pizza, and blood: all the basic ingredients for a fun slasher!
There’s an inhuman killer on the beat in the new found-footage fright freature.
There’s a brutal chase through the forest heading your way in September.
This sequel lacks the ruthless focus the original maintained even with its large ensemble, and feels mechanical instead of surprising.
It doubles as an aesthetic pleasure-trip back through four related but distinct eras of horror cinema.
Hear, hear! And take a first look at this environmental horror film.
Fuel your demon-filled nightmares with Sologub’s "Invoker of the Beast".
OPEN 24 HOURS ultimately doesn’t engage as the study of emotional survival it’s aiming for.
The prospect of Guillermo del Toro tackling one of the darker children’s fantasies has always been a hugely promising one, and now the filmmaker’s lifelong passion project, being produced by Netflix, has revealed its ensemble.
A terrifying glimpse into the societal trust we place in health-care workers and the often blurred lines between mercy and motivated killings.
Here’s a twist: After a David Cronenberg remake directed by female twins, there’s one on the way about female twins–a new version of his 1988 classic.
It’s more a monster than a man in a new chiller arising from Australia later this month.
Rue Morgue All-Stars Andrea Subissati, Mariam Bastani, Michael Gingold, Paul Corupe, Monica Kuebler, Evan Millar and Aaron Lupton discuss the life and future of print.
With his new SAW adventure SPIRAL delayed till 2021, the director will be represented this year by a horrific mystery.
This week on the Sematary: the latest arthouse horror phenomenon is not for the faint of heart, as THE LODGE is a depressing but entertaining slice of pure nihilism.
The festival is hosting a one night streaming event to celebrate H. P. Lovecraft's 130th birthday, featuring short films both new and classic from their 25 year history.
’90s hillbilly horror “SKINNED ALIVE” coming on restored Ultimate Edition Blu-ray; full details and art
Backwoods nutcases rampage through the vintage direct-to-video splatter favorite, set for a new hi-def double-disc release next month.
Half-humans with a taste for flesh are crawling over from the UK tomorrow, and we have an exclusive excerpt to share, along with the trailer and art.
A watchlist of genre films that portray students in crisis, from grade schoolers to post-graduates. Relevant viewing as we head into the first full academic year of the Covid-19 era.
Cabin-in-the-woods horror gets subverted in this new meta horror/comedy.
A unique and engaging horror/mystery, SLEEP succeeds on multiple levels.
Exclusive Interview: Director/writer/star Jay Baruchel on committing “RANDOM ACTS OF VIOLENCE,” Part Two
The filmmaker cuts into the question of real vs. media violence and more.
We previously told you about the WELCOME TO THE BLUMHOUSE series of horror features coming to Amazon Prime Video, and now we’ve got more info and images.
Tomb of the Spine-Tingling Tome #4: A Plague of Deadly Horror Lit for Your Long, Hot Quarantine Summer, Part One
Social distancing is easier with your nose in a bloody good book.
The lighter side of sucker staking is seen in a horror/comedy that will be unveiled later this month.
This week on Streaming Sematary: HOST is the first film to properly address the pandemonium of the pandemic, and almost broke the review scale. Give it a watch!
With the current pandemic throwing the plans of countless festivals awry, several of them are joining forces to jointly present a showcase of new fear fare.
CUT AND CHOP appropriately dissects the pseudo-intellectual excuses we heap on artists, whose behaviours would normally earn them a punch in the face.
Alex Bourne's "sideshow of slaughter" is headed to DVD and Digital on August 18th!
Blumhouse Television has joined forces with Amazon Prime Video for a slate of eight fright films, debuting in time for Halloween as a pair of double features.
The horror anthology hits streaming platforms this September!
Tune into the newest installment is HorrorBabble’s “Russian Horror: The Stories of Fyodor Sologub” with Sologub’s Hide and Seek, a surreal examination of maternal love and child-mother devotion.
After their big success with THE INVISIBLE MAN earlier this year, the actress and the genre factory have a new collaboration on the way.
No relation to Tilman Singer’s LUZ, the mystical thriller will be out next month.
The fright veterans are part of a Halloween horror flick also co-starring busy genre actor Bill Oberst Jr.
Parenting is hell in a horror/comedy series coming from the companies behind the award-winning Russian-disaster miniseries.
The real crime is your stolen time, and the real victim is cinema, who is beaten to death.
Here to explain LAKE MICHIGAN MONSTER in an appropriately obtuse and evasive way is writer, director, actor & human distillery Ryland Brickson Cole Tews.
This week in the Sematary: WE SUMMON THE DARKNESS is an accidental horror comedy, for better and for worse.
Exclusive Interview: “SHE DIES TOMORROW” writer/director Amy Seimetz on personal dread, genre definitions and more
Tapping into anxieties specific to herself, her slow-burning thriller is now relevant to us all.
The debut feature from writer/director Matthew John Lawrence pulls at your heartstrings—then feeds them to a demon rock ’n’ roll roadie.
Take a trip to the scary side of slumber with the new chiller from OUR HOUSE and HOLIDAYS writer/director Anthony Scott Burns.
Exclusive comments, art and details: Scream queen doc “SCREAMING IN HIGH HEELS” on fully loaded Blu-ray
B-movie favorites Linnea Quigley, Brinke Stevens and Michelle Bauer are spotlighted in this 10th-anniversary special-edition disc.
It’s an exploration of how different people respond in distinct ways to a very basic fear.
The filmmakers successfully keep us guessing about who will make it out of this horrible dilemma alive.
This week in the Sematary: "ELI" is a modern paranormal horror flick done right, with a twist at the end that adds just the right amount of cheese and re-frames everything that came before as a riff on a certified classic.
Exclusive Interview: Denial of God Frontman Ustumallagam On His New Book “The Reel Ghoul: The Diary of a Cinephile”
THE REEL GHOUL: THE DIARY OF A CINEPHILE features 700+ reviews written by Denial of God frontman Ustumallagam.
Exclusive clip and photo, plus trailer and poster: Revenge shocker “SERENA WAITS” sets world premiere
Kings of Horror, the most visited and subscribed YouTube channel for horror features, has teamed with Terror Films to debut Hunter Johnson’s movie.
One of the year’s most anticipated genre films will now be premiering as an at-home attraction.
Resourceful filmmakers continue to find ways to get projects before the camera in the midst of the current crisis, and a new horror feature is now underway in Hollywood.
More than two decades after TROMEO & JULIET, the Troma team are beating up on the Bard again with #SHAKESPEARESSHITSTORM, which has its world premiere August 29 as part of the Fantasia International Film Festival’s 2020 virtual edition. Get a taste of it (yechhhh) from the new trailer and poster.
We get to pick the brain of the world famous Homemadegameguru, Luanga Nuwama, and he tells us about his latest horror game project.
A pair of upscale independent horror films and a couple of prehistoric B-flicks have all had previews posted today. Jump past the jump to check ’em out!
Exclusive Interview: Director/writer/star Jay Baruchel on committing “RANDOM ACTS OF VIOLENCE,” Part One
After years in comedy, he’s gone dead serious with the new graphic novel adaptation.
Director Gerald Rascionato has transitioned from deep-sea predators to a prehistoric one.
Final wave of Fantasia International Film Festival features, plus panels by RUE MORGUE editors/writers and more!
The movies will be just part of the attraction at the 2020 Fantasia International Film Festival, being held digitally August 20-September 2. Read on for the third and last announcement of films and live events!
This limited Edition set will include a candle with a window lid just like Tarman's Canister from "Return of the Living Dead".
Expand your literary horizons with “RUSSIAN HORROR: The Stories of Fyodor Sologub,” new from HorrorBabble!
HorrorBabble returns to Rue-Morgue.com with a brand new reading series “Russian Horror: The Stories of Fyodor Sologub.”
Retro video is the basis of the plot of this psychothriller, which is coming next month.
After a year of excited waiting and getting my Zap-omatic prepped, DESTROY ALL HUMANS! is finally here, but is it worth re-buying the game?
The oily black bituminous star of The Return of the living dead has reemerged as an officially licensed new toy produced in Japan.
The sequel to the award-winning independent slasher movie THE WICKED ONE is headed for its premiere in October.
The late shift is especially torturous in the serial-killer shocker coming this month.
Read here how you can get $5 off this special "rue morgue" edition toy!
A small-town journalist must dig deep to fight back against murderous zealots in this pitch-black psych-horror film.
This week in the Sematary: Netflix week continues with 2011's PRIEST, a film that deserves damnation for making vampires boring.
LAKE MICHIGAN MONSTER is what would happen if Monty Python directed The Lighthouse while on PCP.
A top cast gets low down playing various menacing roles in the movie version of Donald Ray Pollock’s award-winning novel.
Chapter and verse leads to bloodshed and worse in a theological thriller that sees release this week.
Exclusive clip, trailer, poster, release info: Gregory Lamberson’s supernatural chiller “WIDOW’S POINT”
The adaptation of the popular novella by Richard Chizmar and Billy Chizmar is coming to spook you next month, and we’ve got a bunch of promo material to share.
Canadian dates for this can't-miss double-feature announced!
The latest serial killer movie featuring Shane Ryan of AMATEUR PORN STAR KILLER is probably one to skip.
Abuse resulting in high art is the very foundation for the Indie psychological horror darling MYTH.
The Shudder original offers immersive chills and digital anxiety that hits close to home
A witch from Slavic folklore who has appeared in multiple media over the years now has a film coming out this fall.
We get to know the Tasmanian Claymation artist!
This week in the Sematary: We move to Netflix with 2017's "IT COMES AT NIGHT," a devastatingly nihilistic film with striking parallels to our current crisis.
IBTravArtworks, designer of Horror Babies, is back with five exciting giclée prints.
Family traditions take a terrifying turn in a supernatural saga set to terrify the Fantasia International Film Festival.
ANOTHER HEAVEN was another millennium-era J-horror flick that I had meant to watch for years, until I noticed it was on Netflix of all things.
Having premiered at last year’s Fantasia International Film Festival and played other notable fests, Jordan Graham’s eerie feature is now set for commercial release.
Timo Rose, the German filmmaker behind GAME OVER, BEAST, BARRICADE, an upcoming remake of THE CORPSE GRINDERS and many other splatterfests, is preparing a new feature production, and gave RUE MORGUE a few words to go with a promotional clip he has put together.
Exclusive photos & comments, plus poster & premiere news: Caroline Williams is back on the air in “TEN MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT”
The actress who played DJ Stretch in THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2 returns in a chiller that world-premieres next month.
World-premiering at next month’s Arrow Video FrightFest, the new lycanthropicture sees wider exposure this fall.
The best-selling author's new novel, at once both funny and gruesome, pits book-clubbing housewives against the neighborhood vampire.