The great stuff came from all over the world and explored every side—including the lighter side—of fear.
With 2018 behind us, it’s time to look back on a year that gave us quite a variety of frightening fare, from the majors, the indie sector and streaming services, spanning every tone and subject the genre has to offer. My personal selections for the top titles run the gamut from full-bore terror to very odd stories of the unearthly.
Interview: Michael Gingold on his Journey Back to the 1980s in his New Book “AD NAUSEAM: NEWSPRINT NIGHTMARES FROM THE 1980S””
A look at Michael Gingold’s comprehensive document of what is undeniably one of the most important decades in the history of horror!
The only things more shocking and outrageous than the horror films of the 1980s were the ads promoting them in the newspapers of the time. Now, a book compiling over 450 of those rare, eye-teasing images is coming under the RUE MORGUE banner!
Looking back over the movies of the past year, one thing became evident: The horror/supernatural genre has never been more fluid and malleable than in 2017. That made compiling a list of the best scare films an intriguing challenge.
The star of ALIENS and THE TERMINATOR now presides over an occult ritual in RED HANDED, coming to DVD and digital tomorrow. You can watch him at work in an exclusive excerpt from the film after the jump.
A horror attraction becomes truly horrifying in HELLMINGTON, featuring Michael Ironside and other Canadian genre notables. We’ve got the exclusive first look at the trailer, poster and a few pics, along with the release details.
It was pretty obvious from the end of 2018’s HALLOWEEN reboot that we hadn’t seen the last of Michael Myers’ latest incarnation, and it has been confirmed today that not one but two sequels are in the works.
If you thought HOME ALONE wasn’t violent enough, the new film KNUCKLEBALL offers a more horrific variation on that scenario. It’s now set for release, and we’ve got the info along with the new poster.
Nearly three decades after the release of the first TREMORS, Michael Gross’ Burt Gummer is still battling the human-eating Graboids and the assorted variations on the species. The franchise takes the fight to a new locale in TREMORS: A COLD DAY IN HELL, which Gross discusses with RUE MORGUE in this exclusive chat.
SCANNERS’ Michael Ironside is involved in more messing with minds in ALTERSCAPE, world-premiering tonight at New York City’s Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival. RUE MORGUE got exclusive chats with both Ironside and writer/director Serge Levin about their sci-fi thriller.
The guest list keeps growing for the 2018 Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival, which takes place in New York City next month and includes a number of movies that take the scary approach to sci-fi.
An especially eclectic assortment of horror and exploitation fare will be showcased at the 13th installment of the Hudson Horror Show in upstate New York, with six features screening from the ’70s and ’80s, all on 35mm.
Turns out Laurie Strode didn’t die in HALLOWEEN: RESURRECTION after all. Jamie Lee Curtis will reprise the role in the new HALLOWEEN, and a release date for the reboot has been announced.
The late, celebrated horror author Michael McDowell’s scripting credits include BEETLEJUICE, THINNER and TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE: THE MOVIE, but only now has one of his novels been adapted for a film. COLD MOON, based on his 1980 book COLD MOON OVER BABYLON, is on the way next month with quite an eclectic cast; read on to check out the poster and trailer.
The Academy presents IT CAME FROM THE VAULTS, a unique a program of classic 35mm horror trailers and advertising materials. Introduced by Rue Morgue's Online Editor Michael Gingold, the program will include trailers from horror classics such as SUSPIRIA, PSYCHO, SCREAM, and more.
It’s underheated for the first hour or so and absurdly overplotted in its final act.
Continuing its relationship with Toho International, genre merch and apparel specialist Mondo is hosting a monster-sized exhibition of kaiju art next month at the SXSW Film Festival.
One of the most acclaimed adaptations of Mary Shelley’s novel is getting a hi-def disc showcase, and the complete details have been revealed; see them and the art after the jump.
This year, RUE MORGUE is honoured with nominations in five categories, including BEST MAGAZINE, BEST ARTICLE, BEST INTERVIEW, BEST COLUMN, and BEST COVER!
Troubling real-life concerns become genuine horror in M.O.M.: MOTHERS OF MONSTERS, which sees release next month and has had its trailer and poster unveiled.
The indie slaughter sequel is nearing completion, and a new poster (with an uncensored title) has been unveiled.
Two new “TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE” debuting from Glass Eye Pix, including one for Valentine’s Day!
As part of their acclaimed, long-running series of horrific audio dramas, Glass Eye Pix’s Larry Fessenden and Glenn McQuaid have a brand new pair of TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE premiering on their podcast in the next couple of weeks. Jump past the jump for the info and posters.
For the second installment of its series of video spotlights on cult auteurs, Severin Films has given rising director Joe Begos the chance to celebrate some of his favorite psychotronic titles.
Trump be damned: Universal and Blumhouse have announced a new release date for their much-debated and unfairly maligned thriller THE HUNT, with a new ad campaign directly addressing the attacks on it.
Dan Bush, part of the directing team behind THE SIGNAL, has a new solo fright feature coming next month; read on for the details, trailer and poster.
We told you last week about the completion of the 10-years-in-the-works IN THE BLOOD, and now we have the scoop on the details and art for a new feature from the same team.
It was previously announced that EVIL DEAD remake director Fede Alvarez and his Bad Hombre partner Rodolfo Sayagues would be producing a new update of THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE, and now the filmmakers helming it have been confirmed.
Way back in 2009, indie producing outfit Upstart Filmworks began shooting a horror movie then titled IMAGO. It was recently completed under the new title IN THE BLOOD, and we’ve got the exclusive first look at the trailer and poster, along with words from the director and one of the stars and news about a forthcoming Texas screening.
Specializing in documentary-style frights, the Unnamed Footage Festival has expanded to a four-day event for its third installment, which will feature a number of premieres and guests. Keep reading for all the details.
The trio talk up their deliciously nasty familial shocker.
Written and directed by the scriptwriter of I SAW THE DEVIL, the blood-spattered fantasy/thriller will arrive in America in March; read on for the details, art and trailer.
Years back, the Italian production filmed as GOBLINS was released in America as TROLL 2, and eventually became a cult favorite. Now, the German-made GOBLIN: DAS IST ECHT TROLL, featuring one of TROLL 2’s stars, is heading out under the English title TROLLS WORLD, and we’ve got an exclusive first look at the trailer and poster.
Fresh blood in front of the camera and a franchise veteran behind it are bringing a new chapter in the torturous saga of SAW to the screen, and a trailer and poster have now been released.
Reveals the breadth of thought and craft that went into translating William Peter Blatty’s book and script to the screen.
It’s been brought off with impeccable, intoxicating craft.
Talent from both behind and in front of the camera from classic Italohorror have come together for EVERYBLOODY’S END, and you can see the latest trailer and poster after the jump.
The survival shocker DEAD SOUND, starring Jeff Kober of THE WALKING DEAD, THE FIRST POWER and others, is coming in March; read on for the details and a first look at the trailer and poster.
Severin Films debuts “THE SEVERIN CELLAR” video series with Richard Stanley on “COLOR OUT OF SPACE” and more
After many years of producing bizarre, horrific features and releasing vintage cult favorites, Severin Films is now launching an ongoing video program spotlighting the filmmakers, and you can watch the first show after the jump.
COLOR is the more successful of the two, while THE TURNING completely falls apart at the ending.
Imogen Poots and Jesse Eisenberg are trapped in a truly strange world in VIVARIUM, which has been dated for release and has a new trailer and poster.
The creators of GOODNIGHT MOMMY have their new fearful film in theaters next month, and the latest trailer and poster have hit the web. See ’em after the jump.
A more horrific version of the classic fairy tale is unveiled in GRETEL & HANSEL, opening January 31. Check out a newly released, creepy scene from the film after the jump.
Set to roll this August, the fright feature IN FROM OUTSIDE has a trio of familiar genre names in its ensemble; we’ve got the scoop and a first look at the poster.
Canada’s Black Fawn Distribution is getting into the collectible slipcase game with its upcoming Blu-ray of the acclaimed black-comic shocker HARPOON. Read on for all the details and images.
Exclusive Interview: Richard Stanley on “COLOR OUT OF SPACE” and adapting—and refuting—H.P. Lovecraft
How he brought the author’s tale to the screen—and what he felt the need to change.
Brett Pierce and Drew T. Pierce, sons of original EVIL DEAD visual effects creator Bart Pierce, made a splash on the fest circuit last year with THE WRETCHED, and now it has a date to frighten a wider audience.
Genre-specialist screenwriter Eric Heisserer is producing the supernatural thriller under his Chronology banner.
The horror/comedy that has knocked out audiences at festivals worldwide over the past year is coming to Stateside screens.
Following a slew of honors for his first feature BAIT (pictured), the writer/director will follow up with a project described as “an ecosophical horror film.”
The hallucinatory thriller DISAPPEARANCE AT CLIFTON HILL is headed for theaters and VOD February 28, and the official trailer has been released. Check it out after the jump, along with the poster.
The hard rocker’s notorious feature directorial debut will be unleashed next month, and you can get a taste of it after the jump.
We first told you about Chad Ferrin’s THE DEEP ONES, described as “a Lovecraftian ROSEMARY’S BABY,” a couple of weeks back, and now we’ve landed an exclusive look at a batch of first photos, along with words from the director and cast.
One of the most notorious casualties of MPAA-mandated scissoring is coming to Blu-ray intact, just in time for its namesake holiday. Read on for the complete specs, plus the art.
Exclusive: Richard Stanley talks his upcoming “DUNWICH HORROR”—and the “ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU” series
When THE COLOR OUT OF SPACE arrives in theaters January 24, it will mark the end of Richard Stanley’s seven-year effort to bring H.P. Lovecraft’s classic story to the screen. And the experience was positive enough that he’s reteaming with production company SpectreVision to further explore the eldritch author’s mythos.
A film that hits some of the right notes without coming together as a fully realized piece.
That sweet little cherub who embodies the spirit of love is becoming a ferocious demon next month; we’ve got the release info and an exclusive first look at the trailer and poster.
Just out on special-edition Blu-ray from Shout! Factory, Larry Fessenden’s DEPRAVED is a fascinating and acclaimed variation on the Frankenstein theme, one he discusses in an exclusive excerpt from the disc’s bonus features that you can see after the jump.
While it’s true that UNDERWATER doesn’t do much that’s new, it must be said that it does it quite well.
The sequel to the sleeper hit is coming to theaters February 21 with Katie Holmes as the new heroine, and you can see the newly released trailer past the jump.
The supernatural graphic-novel saga by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez is coming to Netflix next month, and the streaming service has debuted the official trailer. Check it out, along with the poster and first images, after the jump.
Veterans of the HOWLING and HALLOWEEN films take part in a trip to CAMP COLD BROOK, which has now been dated and trailered.
No sports or drama club for this quartet of teenagers; they’re up to something much more frightening after school in EXTRACURRICULAR, out next week. Read on for the details, trailer and poster.
A familiar presence in horror cinema over the past decade, she’s now taking part in the reboot of a modern Japanese occult classic.
Director Osgood Perkins’ dark fairy tale is coming at the end of the month, and the full trailer has now emerged.
Independent horror filmmaker Chad Ferrin (THE GHOULS, SOMEONE’S KNOCKING AT THE DOOR, PARASITES) gave RUE MORGUE the scoop on his next film, THE DEEP ONES. Read on for words from Ferrin and his collaborators, and a couple of posters.
After taking six Best Feature awards at festivals over the past year, the supernatural frightfest ECHOES OF FEAR will be available on VOD this Wednesday, January 1. Jump past the jump for an exclusive clip.
Exclusive Interview: “THE GRUDGE” writer/director Nicolas Pesce reveals a classic villain’s return and more
The filmmaker speaks about his new—and R-rated—take on the mythology.
It drew crowds and raves on the festival circuit and then in limited release over the last couple of years, and now Tilman Singer’s LUZ is poised to make its Blu-ray debut.
Be careful who you rent from: That’s the message of A PERFECT HOST, coming in February. Read on for the info and an exclusive first look at the trailer and poster.
Zeph E. Daniel, whose screenwriting credits include Brian Yuzna’s BRIDE OF RE-ANIMATOR and SOCIETY under the name Woody Keith, is back as scripter and co-producer of a new shocker called GIRL NEXT. We got some exclusive pics and words from the filmmakers, along with the teaser trailer.
Warner Bros. announced a little while back that Mike Flanagan’s DOCTOR SLEEP would be hitting home formats in a Director’s Cut next year, and now the filmmaker himself has revealed just how much more movie we’re getting.
Independent writer/director Perry Blackshear follows up his acclaimed THEY LOOK LIKE PEOPLE with THE SIREN, which is now set for a disc debut. Read on for the info, trailer and poster.
The legendary David Cronenberg steps out from behind the camera to take a lead role in DISAPPEARANCE AT CLIFTON HILL, a hallucinatory thriller that has now landed a release date.
They both impressed fans and critics (including us) at festivals this past year, and now Ant Timpson’s COME TO DADDY (pictured) and Jeremy Gardner and Christian Stella’s AFTER MIDNIGHT (previously titled SOMETHING ELSE) have release dates and new promo material.
We’ve been waiting with hushed breath for the follow-up to 2018’s breakout horror film, and today Paramount Pictures has issued some visuals for A QUIET PLACE PART II.
Anne Heche and “WICKER TREE’s” Graham McTavish star in Specter Pictures’ debut film “CHASING NIGHTMARES”
Specter Pictures, the new horror label of producer David Brown’s Clear Horizon company, is launching with CHASING NIGHTMARES, which has begun shooting in Los Angeles. Read on for details and the initial poster.
Decades ago, a pair of Massachusetts filmmakers embarked on a movie about a giant, people-eating snapping turtle that never wound up coming out of its shell. Now, documentarian John Campopiano (who co-wrote and co-directed UNEARTHED AND UNTOLD: THE PATH TO “PET SEMATARY”) is unearthing the story, and gave RUE MORGUE some exclusive pics and comments.
The late Rutger Hauer co-stars in a supernatural chiller about a musical piece with an evil legacy, coming next month. Jump past the jump to check out the trailer and poster.
The last screams have only just stopped echoing from this year’s Brooklyn Horror Film Festival, and the organizers have now announced when the next one will run, and that filmmakers can submit to be a part of it.
A cult classic from the ’70s and one from the ’90s are coming to Blu-ray from Shout! Factory on the Scream Factory line, and complete specs have now been released.
Hailing from Russia, A ROUGH DRAFT is a sci-fi thriller/mindbender that sees U.S release next month, and we’ve got the exclusive first look at the visually striking trailer and the poster art.
It’s inspired as much by headlines from the last few years as it is by its predecessor from 45 years ago.
The horrific fairy-tale variation GRETEL & HANSEL is coming to theaters January 31, and a new poster has emerged that’s pretty hairy.
Filmmakers Jen and Sylvia Soska previously used music from Vancouver indie band Fake Shark in their screen shockers, and now they’ve helmed the video for the group’s new song. We’ve got the exclusive first look after the jump.
Looks like Pennywise’s latest screen vehicle wasn’t the last word in evil screen clowns.
Two young actresses with solid genre cred are starring in a new film described as “a mythological horror pic.”
A highlight of the past year’s international horror scene, the horrific story of a man who converses with corpses is poised to make its disc debut.
Exclusive Interview: Director Adam Egypt Mortimer speaks the truth about “DANIEL ISN’T REAL,” Part Two
The filmmaker talks the cast, making the sex scenes real, and DROP DEAD FRED comparisons.
It’s heaven and hell on Earth in ANGELS FALLEN, which alights next month. Read on for an exclusive first look at the trailer, along with the poster.
Genre regular Graham Skipper (BEYOND THE GATES, director of SEQUENCE BREAK) ill-advisedly taunts a robot with a few wires loose in an exclusive excerpt from the new sci-fi thriller/comedy AUTOMATION that you can see past the jump.
Exclusive Interview: Director Adam Egypt Mortimer speaks the truth about “DANIEL ISN’T REAL,” Part One
The filmmaker talks of creating true terror and tension from a character who may or may not be imaginary.
The genre Blu-ray mavens at Vinegar Syndrome have made it an annual tradition to announce new surprise titles on Black Friday, and this morning is no exception. One of them is a much-awaited cult fright flick in a fully loaded region-free double-disc set, with a RUE MORGUE staffer as one of the key contributors.
Exclusive news/comments: Lost sci-fi horror film “ANDROID RE-ENACTMENT” recovered for release next month
First screened for an audience back in 2011 but in limbo since, the offbeat genre-blender ANDROID RE-ENACTMENT has now been updated by the filmmaker and is about to emerge.
The nighttime streets of LA are more dangerous than usual in BLOOD HOUND, a neo-noir horror film premiering in January. Jump past the jump for an exclusive first look at the trailer and a poster that aims to make the movie look fast and furious.
Robert Eggers’ surreal and striking chiller, featuring two of the year’s best performances, now has a date for VOD, digital and disc release.
Following its multi-award-winning festival run, Brian and Laurence Avenet-Bradley’s ECHOES OF FEAR has been playing special screenings across the country, and it’s coming to New York City next month.
World-premiering next month, THE LOST FOOTAGE OF LEAH SULLIVAN brings memories of murder back to terrify the present. Read on for the info, trailer, poster and an exclusive excerpt.
That old black magic gets an updated spin in ZOMBI CHILD, which has won praise at festivals this year and receives wider exposure later this winter.
Death on camera gets a GREENLIGHT in the accoladed thriller; you can find out whether it’s up to snuff later this winter, and see the poster after the jump.
Long a henchman to Dracula, R.M. Renfield will be the center of a new film from Skybound Entertainment and Universal Pictures.
The new chiller combines a classic monster and up-to-date concerns.
The TWILIGHT ZONE-esque thriller THE FARE is catching a ride on Blu-ray and digital HD next week, and we’ve got an exclusive excerpt to share with you.
The spacefaring chiller PLAGUERS has docked on Blu-ray, as well as DVD and VOD, and we’ve got an exclusive look at the new trailer.
We chat with the filmmaker about his new take on a classic creature.
Camping on a mysterious island is always a bad idea, and further proof is offered in CRYPSIS, coming in December. Read on for an exclusive clip, the trailer, poster and release info.
Leave it to Blumhouse to find the darker side of a TV classic: The trailer for the horror factory’s take on FANTASY ISLAND has hit the web.
Richard Stanley + Nicolas Cage + H.P. Lovecraft = an irresistible combination, and now we know when COLOR OUT OF SPACE will see release, and have a new trailer to watch.
Distributor 1844 Entertainment has a pair of international fear features out this month: the acclaimed Spanish film ROJO and the Italian/Irish supernatural story MIDDAY DEMONS (pictured) from Ireland. Read on for the details, ROJO trailer and posters for both.
Italian filmmaker Emiliano Ranzani homages his country’s classics in BLOOD BAGS, arriving next month. We’ve got the release info, the trailer, poster and an exclusive excerpt to share.
An excursion into nautical terror that began an acclaimed fest tour with a world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival is now on course to hit theaters next year.
The legendary cryptid who has been prowling movies since the ’70s now has its own Amazon Prime series, and we’ve got exclusive pics of it and a few human characters, too.
The actress from STARRY EYES, FASHIONISTA and others talks about taking on the classic role.
With the release of that other movie about a human hunt being cancelled—at least for now—a similarly themed shocker is on its way next month. Read on for the info, trailer and poster.
A couple who have always wanted a child get one in the worst way in THIS IS OUR HOME, a psychological chiller coming in December. We’ve got the exclusive first look at the new trailer and poster.
After homaging two trends of the ’70s and ’80s with the slasher opus DISCOPATH, Canadian director Renaud Gauthier has created a “splasher” movie with the grisly AQUASLASH. Read on to check out the new trailer and poster.
There have been many, many screen adaptations of Stephen King novels, but I don’t think I’ve seen one that feels like a King story as much as DOCTOR SLEEP.
A real haunted mansion in New Orleans will be the subject of a new horror-film franchise that gets rolling next year.
There are so many ways to be afraid, and you can explore a bunch of ’em via IN FEAR OF: THE ANTHOLOGY CUT, which is now available exclusively on Amazon Prime.
Fresh from its North American premiere at the current Brooklyn Horror Film Festival, writer/director Jeffrey A. Brown’s debut feature has been snapped up by the streaming service.
Blue Underground's 4K 3-Disc Limited Edition of the Argento/Romero collab is one of the year's most impressive releases
The heroine of MARLA finds herself in a very sticky situation in our exclusive excerpt from the horror film that sees release next month. Check it out after the jump, along with the poster.
Sneak a peek at Blue Underground's newest 4K Fulci restoration!
While producing the likes of DON’T BREATHE, the remake of his own EVIL DEAD and this year’s CRAWL via his Ghost House Pictures, Sam Raimi has been absent from the director’s chair on a horror project for too long (a decade, in fact, since 2009’s DRAG ME TO HELL), but now he’s getting back into the game.
It sees its creator ably beating the sophomore jinx, sustaining a mood that’s every bit as entrancingly eerie as THE WITCH’s.
The update of David Cronenberg’s classic is now set to infect both big and small screens, and a new trailer has been unveiled.
There have been extensive documentaries on specific horror films from the '80s like A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET and FRIDAY THE 13TH, but until now there hasn’t been one that goes into detail about the huge catalogue of '80s horror films. Spawned from a Kickstarter and Indiegogo campaign, director and writer David A. Wiener decided to fill that gap with IN SEARCH OF DARKNESS, a 4-hour deep dive into one of horror’s most influential decades.
Debuting today on Blu-ray, DVD and on demand, Alexandre Aja’s CRAWL strands a father and daughter played by Barry Pepper and Kaya Scodelario in a hurricane-flooded house infested with killer alligators. Staging the watery mayhem involved constructing not just the home but the surrounding town on sets, as seen in some exclusive pics you can check out after the jump.
We sneak a peek at the definitive edition of the legendary Argento-Romero collaboration!
The long-mooted new version of MANIAC COP produced by Nicolas Winding Refn has moved from the big to the small screen, specifically HBO.
In the midst of her heyday as a horror heroine, Jamie Lee Curtis traveled Down Under to co-star with Stacy Keach in Richard Franklin’s psychochiller ROAD GAMES. It’s coming to Collector’s Edition Blu-ray next month from Shout! Factory on the Scream Factory label, and the complete specs have been revealed.
For the past eight years, Glass Eye Pix topper Larry Fessenden (DEPRAVED, WENDIGO) and filmmaker Glenn McQuaid (I SELL THE DEAD) have been creating fear for your ears with the horror audio anthology TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE. Today, they’ve launched the series as a free podcast, and RUE MORGUE spoke with them about the project.
A fixture on the Canadian makeup effects scene for over 20 years, Ryan Nicholson parlayed that experience into a second career as a director, and word came down today that he has passed away.
True story-inspired terror lives on through the decades—and pop culture—in THE REMAKING, the new novel by Clay McLeod Chapman (pictured) that arrives today. Read on for info on the book and its promotional tour.
A UK fright film in the vein of MIDSOMMAR is seeing release next month, and we’ve got the exclusive first peek at the trailer and poster.
More words with the genre-fave actor on bringing the master of horror literature to the stage.
For over 30 years, paranormal investigator Dylan Dog has been taking cases involving ghosts, vampires, zombies and other supernatural creatures in the pages of his eponymous Italian comic, and now he’s set for a live-action TV adaptation with one of the biggest names in horror involved.
Suburban hostility is the name of the game in RED LETTER DAY, coming soon from Epic Pictures’ Dread label. We’ve got the exclusive first look at the trailer and poster art.
Today, Alexandre O. Philippe’s MEMORY: THE ORIGINS OF ALIEN hits select theaters and VOD, offering an in-depth exploration of an all-time horror classic. And the filmmaker is already serving up another documentary about a ’70s genre landmark: LEAP OF FAITH: WILLIAM FRIEDKIN ON “THE EXORCIST,” currently making the festival rounds. RUE MORGUE got some exclusive words from Philippe about the project.
A young boy encounters nocturnal evil in an exclusive excerpt from ALONG CAME THE DEVIL II, which will possess you next week. Check it out after the jump.
The grounds of a summer camp are stalked by something big and fearsome that isn’t Jason in ANIMAL AMONG US. We’ve got the exclusive first look at the trailer and poster, along with the release info.
Exclusive Interview: Jeffrey Combs on “CREEPSHOW” and his NY production of the Poe play “NEVERMORE,” Part One
The actor is getting historical over the next couple of weeks, playing a WWII villain on screen and Edgar Allan Poe on stage.
A standoff occurs on the open ocean in the midst of the psychological and physical violence of HARPOON. Check out an exclusive excerpt from the horror/black comedy after the jump.
One of the spookiest towns in the country is celebrating all things scary this month as the Sleepy Hollow International Film Festival takes over its namesake village. They’ve got a stellar lineup of guests involved (plus a member of the RUE MORGUE team), so read on for the details!
As Halloween approaches, Grindhouse Releasing is bring the new 4K remaster of Sam Raimi’s classic THE EVIL DEAD to theaters across the U.S. and Canada in October and beyond. Read on for a full list of playdates.
A bloodsucker film with an especially timely theme is now set to prey on U.S. audiences; read on for the news and to watch the trailer.
Something’s stalking human PREY in a film from the director of the MANIAC remake that opens Friday, produced by Blumhouse Productions, ImageNation and Hyde Park Entertainment. We’ve got an exclusive scene to share.
THE 11TH PATIENT faces his deepest terrors in the film seeing release next month, and you can witness one of them in an exclusive excerpt after the jump, along with the poster.
Exclusive Interview: Writer/directors Dan Berk and Robert Olsen and star Maika Monroe on “VILLAINS,” Part Two
The trio talk dual directing, trouble with tongue studs and more!
Horror stalwarts Bill Moseley and Bill Oberst Jr., who just shared the screen in Rob Zombie’s 3 FROM HELL, will soon be seen together again in DEVIL’S JUNCTION: HANDY DANDY’S REVENGE. We’ve got a few exclusive words from Moseley on working with Oberst, plus the trailer, poster and release info.
The director of SESSION 9, THE MACHINIST and THE CALL has a new movie premiering on Netflix next month, and the trailer has now been unveiled.
Exclusive Interview: Writer/directors Dan Berk and Robert Olsen and star Maika Monroe on “VILLAINS,” Part One
The trio talk the tricky balance of horror, comedy and sympathy, and more.
U.S. fans of GOODNIGHT MOMMY filmmakers Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala will now have to wait a little longer to see their highly anticipated follow-up feature THE LODGE.
Abraham Castillo Flores, head programmer of Mexico’s famed Morbido Fest, is hosting a multimedia tour of genre cinema from his home country at Fantastic Fest, and we’ve got an exclusive teaser trailer to share!
Even if the film falls short of some of its ambitions, it contains more than enough to engage the eye and the mind.
The supernatural horror film THE ASSENT will have its world premiere next month, and we’ve got the info along with an exclusive first look at the striking new poster and trailer.
The latest film from director Vincenzo Natali (SPLICE, CUBE) arrives on Netflix next month, and the trailer and some new pics have just dropped.
One of the all-time great horror remakes is coming to Collector’s Edition Blu-ray as a jam-packed special edition for Halloween; read on for the complete specs!
The world would be a lot scarier without cell phones, according to the new omnibus chiller SCARE PACKAGE. The film is heading for its world premiere, and some pics have been released.
The director who gave us the vampires of STAKE LAND and the rat zombies of MULBERRY STREET now tackles heady science fiction thrills with IN THE SHADOW OF THE MOON, coming to Netflix September 27. Jump past the jump to see the new trailer.
First photos, posters, trailer, dates for Netflix chillers “IN THE TALL GRASS,” “FRACTURED,” “ELI” and “RATTLESNAKE”
If you want to literally Netflix and chill next month, the streaming service has a quartet of fright films on tap, and images and a trailer have been released for all of them.
Would you want to know exactly how long you have to live? The answer will be revealed this Halloween in COUNTDOWN, and you can check out the trailer, poster and photos after the jump.
It is not only one of the most entertaining zombie films ever made, it’s among the most humorously observant movies about movies in cinema history.
The release of DEPRAVED this week reminds us how long it’s been since Larry Fessenden has brought one of his own stories to the screen, how much he’s been missed and how vital his personal point of view on the genre continues to be.
A festival favorite over the past year, LITTLE MONSTERS is seeing general release in October, and a red-band trailer and trio of posters have been unveiled.
The in-depth documentary about Ridley Scott’s classic sees release next month, and the latest poster has been unleashed. See it after the jump.
A mind-teasing combination of science fiction, horror and family drama, FREAKS (seeing release tomorrow) is one of the year’s best and most unique genre films, and we’ve got a pair of clips to give you a taste of it.
Final Brooklyn Horror Film Festival lineup includes “VFW,” “THE SHED,” “DEPRAVED” documentary and more!
Following up on our first announcement about the movies playing next month’s Brooklyn Horror Film Festival, the rest of the lineup has been announced, and features a bunch more exciting titles!
Dario Argento’s masterpiece will receive its ultimate showcase when Synapse Films brings its award-winning restoration to a 4K UltraHD two-disc set. We’ve got the scoop, exclusive comments on the details and the first look at the packaging, featuring new original art by Wes Benscoter!
Looking for a pre-Halloween treat? CANDY CORN is coming next week, and we’ve got an exclusive preview featuring one of the horror veterans in the cast.
The INVESTIGATION 13 begins today, and genre veteran Meg Foster is showing the way. She’s featured in an exclusive excerpt you can see past the jump.
Lycanthropy becomes empowerment in I AM LISA, which just wrapped under award-winning filmmaker Patrick Rea (NAILBITER). Read on for more details/comments and some exclusive pics.
After winning widespread applause for his debut feature JUG FACE, writer/director Chad Crawford Kinkle returns with DEMENTER, which has its world premiere next month.
One of the year’s most anticipated genre films, director Robert Eggers’ follow-up to THE WITCH has a fresh trailer and poster you can see past the jump.
As if Pennywise returning to theaters isn’t enough, another scary clown is heading for release next month, and you can see the latest trailer after the jump.
The titular serial killer of ARTIK is invading theaters, and we’ve got an exclusive excerpt that’s armed and ready for him.
Just ahead of its Midnight Madness premiere this weekend at the Toronto International Film Festival, Richard Stanley’s return to feature-film directing has been acquired for the U.S.
Though ultimately satisfying, it doesn’t get at the deep-seated creeps its predecessor did.
After racking up raves from festival screenings, Jeremy Gardner’s follow-up to THE BATTERY now has distribution—and a new moniker.
The festival-award-winning horror film THE CURSE OF BUCKOUT ROAD sees release later this month, and the trailer and poster have now emerged.
We were already excited about the dark cinematic fairy tale GRETEL & HANSEL, and now the initial trailer has us positively salivating.
The winner of six Best Feature awards on the festival circuit since its debut at Shriekfest last October, ECHOES OF FEAR is now slated for wider release this fall. Read on for the exclusive details, new poster and a couple of pics.
Independent horror specialist Jeremiah Kipp is prepping to shoot his new fright film SLAPFACE, based on his short of the same title, this fall. Read on for his exclusive words on the movie, which features genre fave William Sadler (pictured), along with the poster.
A frightening fairy tale is coming to theaters early next year, and the first, creepy poster has been released.
Much has been written about Italian maestro Dario Argento and his cinema over the decades, and now the filmmaker himself is telling his own story in his autobiography FEAR. A special edition autographed by Argento is now up for pre-order; read on for the details.
“DANIEL ISN’T REAL,” Brazilian horror and more in Brooklyn Horror Film Festival ’19 first wave, plus poster
New York City’s top showcase for exciting new genre fare returns in October for its fourth year, and the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival has announced its extensive first round of features, and also unveiled the event’s poster.
A stylish but unheralded entry in the ’70s giallo stakes, WATCH ME WHEN I KILL will cut its way to prominence when it arrives on Blu-ray this fall, newly remastered in 4K. Read on for all the info and the disc art!
Actress Alex Essoe just talked to us about the satirical horror film THE DRONE, and now it has been set for release. Jump past the jump to see the details, trailer and artwork.
Mixed martial artist and WWE legend Phil “CM Punk” Brooks moves into a house with a horrible history in GIRL ON THE THIRD FLOOR. Read on to check out the latest trailer and poster, and the release info.
Set in rural New York, this psychothriller offers a unique role for the Australian thespian.
Japanese zombie sensation “ONE CUT OF THE DEAD” has U.S. theatrical dates; new trailer (that you shouldn’t watch)
It has knocked out audiences and critics for the past year or so at festivals, and now ONE CUT OF THE DEAD is set for wider American exposure. We’ve got the news, the poster and the latest trailer…
Alexandre O. Philippe follows up his PSYCHO study 78/52 to explore the creation of another horror classic in MEMORY: THE ORIGINS OF ALIEN, coming this fall. Jump past the jump to see the new trailer.
RE-ANIMATOR star Barbara Crampton returns to the realm of weird science—this time as the practitioner—in REPLACE, set to arrive in time for Halloween. Read on for an exclusive first look at the new trailer and poster, plus the release info.
Jamie Lee Curtis is coming back for HALLOWEEN KILLS, and she’s being joined by another ’80s screen icon.
After essaying one of Stephen King’s most memorable young characters on screen, actress Sophia Lillis takes on a horrific variation on a classic fairy tale.
One of our favorite genre actresses since her breakout role in STARRY EYES, Alex Essoe is having a busy year. In addition to taking on the iconic role of Wendy Torrance in this winter’s highly anticipated DOCTOR SLEEP, she stars in another pair of upcoming chillers and gave RUE MORGUE a few words on both
A man is tormented body and soul in an exclusive excerpt from the upcoming New England Gothic horror film SEEDS, “a story of temptation and monsters,” that you can see after the jump.
The first-time feature filmmaker discusses staging deviant behavior in a chilly location.
We check out the shoot of the independent film described as “COMPLIANCE meets MISERY.”
Filmmaker Chris Peckover, who delivered one of the best modern holiday horror films with BETTER WATCH OUT (a.k.a. SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD), is next taking the helm of the ghost story LIMBO.
Bad meets worse in the black-comic horror film VILLAINS, which has been darkly delighting audiences on the fest circuit this year and is coming to general release next month. A new trailer and poster have now hit the web.
Seductive chiller “THE SIREN” (formerly “THE RUSALKA”) coming from Dark Sky; poster and trailer revealed
Writer/director Perry Blackshear’s follow-up to his acclaimed THEY LOOK LIKE PEOPLE has distribution, a new title and a poster, which you can check out after the jump.
Director Jim Mickle of STAKE LAND, MULBERRY STREET and COLD IN JULY tackles his biggest canvas yet with the Netflix original IN THE SHADOW OF THE MOON, premiering next month. Jump past the jump to see the poster and a couple of freshly released photos.
The actor discusses Harvey, a dangerously eccentric and obsessive addition to his long roster of memorable characters.
Originally set for release two years ago by Dimension Films and orphaned by the Weinstein scandal, the supernatural chiller POLAROID is at last seeing release next month. Read on for the info and the trailer.
Said to be the most haunted street in New York State, Buckout Road is the subject of an award-winning horror film now set for release next month. Read on for the details.
A wickedly entertaining mix of human-hunt thrills, bloody splatstick and socially conscious satire.
Writer/director Patrick Lussier, scripter Todd Farmer and genre legend Tom Atkins, who previously teamed on DRIVE ANGRY and the 3D MY BLOODY VALENTINE, are back together for TRICK. The release details and a couple of new photos have now been unveiled.
It's made for theaters but feels like something produced for airing during Shark Week.
The ghastly incidents from Schwartz’s books are staged and shot for maximum creep power.
A coven of WICKED WITCHES is on their way from the UK, and the distributor passed on a quick exclusive clip to help it cast its spell, along with a list of venues where it’s opening.
An ocean of fear awaits in MARY, which docks in theaters and VOD in October. Jump past the jump to check out the trailer.
If you want to find one of the very best performances by a woman on the recent genre scene, you need look no further.
Actress Meg Foster of THEY LIVE, LEVIATHAN and LORDS OF SALEM will soon be seen in INVESTIGATION 13, coming next month. Jump past the jump for an exclusive peek at the trailer and poster.
Stephen King himself is writing the entirety of LISEY’S STORY, the upcoming eight-part Apple series based on his 2006 novel, and now a director has been signed.
A festival favorite and one of the year’s best genre films, the sci-fi thriller FREAKS has had a shift in opening day and a new trailer and poster (by Studio Ronin artist Chris Shy, who also did art for MANDY and GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS) unveiled.
At the current Fantasia festival in Montreal, RUE MORGUE caught up with cinematographer Karim Hussain (HOBO WITH A SHOTGUN, WE ARE STILL HERE, ANTIVIRAL), who gave us some exclusive words on one of his new films: RANDOM ACTS OF VIOLENCE, based on the Kickstart Comics book by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray.
The highly anticipated new feature from the director of THE WITCH is coming this October, and you can check out the new trailer for it past the jump.
It’s an uncommonly smart, engrossing and dramatically ambitious independent horror/drama.
The filmmakers have a series of surprises in store for audiences.
The King of the Monsters is roaring onto the Blu-ray scene this fall in a monstrous boxed set containing 15 of his classic features. The full specs and all the striking cover artworks have now been revealed, along with a preview video.
Previously known as MOOSE, after its unbalanced lead character played by John Travolta, THE FANATIC is coming later this summer, and you can check out the latest trailer and poster past the jump.
The ghoul-battling quartet from ZOMBIELAND find new places to play and slay in the trailer for the sequel coming in October. Read on to check it out.
Jen and Sylvia Soska’s update of David Cronenberg’s classic RABID is headed for its world premiere at London’s FrightFest, and a new poster has been issued. See it along with some pics and the trailer after the jump.
The man who thumbed his way into our nightmares in the title role of THE HITCHER (pictured) and made an indelible impression in many other movies has died.
Adamson’s methods and experiences provide a wealth of entertainment, and his unfortunate end makes for moving drama.
Exclusive poster and photos: Gnarly the Clown puts on a “MURDERSHOW” with “DONNIE DARKO” and “NIGHT OF THE CREEPS” actors
A new gorefest featuring a weapon-wielding funnyman is currently in the works, and we’ve got an exclusive first look at the poster and a few pics.
This surreal, mesmerizing festival favorite is now poised to terrify a wider audience.
It casts a creepy spell and further establishes Finnegan and Shanley as a team with imagination and command of their craft to spare.
The Firefly family is back, and the new trailer for Rob Zombie’s 3 FROM HELL gives you a scary good look at ’em.
The horrific films and horrible fate of a B-movie auteur are explored in depth by Severin Films’ BLOOD & FLESH: THE REEL LIFE & GHASTLY DEATH OF AL ADAMSON, premiering at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival tomorrow. We’ve got the exclusive first look at the trailer.
It’s a lean-and-mean, no-frills studio B-picture that’s well-crafted enough to deliver the scary goods.
Severin Films has another feast for Italohorror fans coming later this summer: A collaboration by three of the country’s top talents and a pair of rampaging-reptile flicks.
The actress and now filmmaker reminisces about her personal and professional relationship with the late writer.
We got words from Kaya Scodelario and Barry Pepper, and witnessed real reptiles in action.
World-premiering this month at the Fantasia International Film Festival, HOMEWRECKER is a study in severe domestic disturbance with STARRY EYES’ Alex Essoe. We’ve got the exclusive first look at the trailer.
Classics like THE WICKER MAN and WITCHFINDER GENERAL are explored in depth in WOODLANDS DARK AND DAYS BEWITCHED: A HISTORY OF FOLK HORROR, a new documentary from Severin Films and acclaimed genre author Kier-La Janisse. We’ve got the info and the poster.
Actor Joe Davison, seen in the second season of STRANGER THINGS, is at the helm of a horror film that rolls this summer, backed by the creator of FINAL DESTINATION. Read on for the scoop and a first look at the poster.
Tilman Singer’s much-praised festival favorite LUZ is coming to freak out audiences this month, and a new poster has been unveiled. See it after the jump.
Moving into a new apartment is more traumatic than usual in 1BR, which has its world premiere at this month’s Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal. Check out a first look at one of its more unsettling scenes after the jump.
An especially relevant episode of the Blumhouse/Hulu series premiered for the Fourth of July, with the genre-fave actress in a key role.
Voyeur horror gets another workout in AMERICAN KILLING, coming later this summer. Jump past the jump for an exclusive first peek at the trailer and poster.
Larry Fessenden made his long-awaited return to the director’s chair with DEPRAVED, his take on a classic horror story, and it now has a date to terrorize general audiences.
Joining the features previously announced, another wave of scary cinema has been revealed for the Popcorn Frights Film Festival, running next month in Florida, along with the event’s new trailer.
Ari Aster's follow-up to HEREDITARY is a saga of daylit disturbance that’s more fascinating than it is consistently frightening.
Longtime genre actress Dee Wallace is having an especially busy year on the horror scene, with one fright flick debuting today and an eagerly awaited one out in September. She gave RUE MORGUE some words on those and a few other upcoming projects.
The long-awaited third film in the trilogy begun by HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES and THE DEVIL’S REJECTS is set to take over theaters with bonus features. Read on for the info, and to see the latest poster.
Synapse Films unearths “THE LIVING DEAD AT MANCHESTER MORGUE” with 4K restoration, premiering at Fantasia
One of the great ’70s zombie films is getting a new lease on undeath as Jorge Grau’s THE LIVING DEAD AT MANCHESTER MORGUE receives a hi-def upgrade. Jump past the jump for the info.
The full lineup for Montreal’s 2019 Fantasia International Film Festival has been revealed, and it’s a doozy. Read on for the info on the movies and more!
A different kind of zombie chiller that debuted at this year’s Cannes Film Festival is now set for the scary streaming service.
The fifth edition of Florida’s Popcorn Frights Film Festival is coming this summer, and the first wave of announcements includes some petrifying premieres. Read on for the details.
The latest study of horrific dysfunction from writer/director Richard Bates Jr. (EXCISION, TRASH FIRE), TONE-DEAF is coming later this summer, and the trailer and latest poster have been unveiled.
As her sister Vera returns as Lorraine Warren in ANNABELLE COMES HOME this week, the actress has a desire to return to her own portion of the CONJURING Universe.
Terror goes off the track in D-RAILED, a monster movie rolling in this August. You can train your eyes on an exclusive excerpt, plus the poster and the full info, after the jump.
Today is the beginning of summer, the longest day of the year, and to mark the occasion, A24 has released the latest trailer for MIDSOMMAR, in which the terror takes place in broad daylight.
The remake manages a fresh take on the deadly doll that works well for a while.
After racking up raves from audiences and critics during its festival run, the surreal frightfest LUZ now has a date to start scaring general audiences.
Follow in the footsteps of fear with an exclusive excerpt from THE 16TH EPISODE, coming next week. Check it out after the jump.
Terror she can’t see plagues the heroine of BLINDSIDED (played by TRUE DETECTIVE’s Bea Santos), coming later this summer. We’ve got the exclusive first look at the trailer and latest poster.
You might feel sorry for POOR AGNES or just fear her, but you won’t be unmoved by her in an award-winning horror drama that can now be seen on various North American on-demand platforms. Jump past the jump for the details, trailer and poster.
Samara Weaving of MAYHEM is the center of another bloodbath in READY OR NOT, coming from Fox Searchlight this summer. The red-band trailer and poster have just been unveiled.
IFC Midnight has the horrific thriller TRESPASSERS coming this summer, and we’ve got the exclusive first look at the poster, along with words from the filmmaker.
Writer/director Braden Croft’s third feature keeps you on tantalizingly uncertain psychological footing for most of its running time.
Writer/director/producer Christopher Wesley Moore gave us the first look at the trailer for his new psychochiller A STRANGER AMONG THE LIVING, which is currently in postproduction. Check it out after the jump.
The actress who has heated up BROTHERHOOD OF THE WOLF, the MATRIX sequels, SPECTRE and many others is now the big bad in a supernatural actioner coming this summer. We’ve got the details, poster and a few pics.
This year’s Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal is hosting the 11th Frontières International Co-Production Market, showcasing a slew of genre features in the works. Read on for the full lineup!
The SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK director chats about his forthcoming screen version of the “Richard Bachman” novel.
The characters in a porn film find themselves in the midst of a serial-murder myster in DEEP MURDER, coming this Friday, June 14. Jump past the jump for a new exclusive excerpt, and info on how you can see the movie for free in New York City!
World-premiering June 15 at the Cinepocalypse festival at Chicago’s Music Box Theatre, DEADCON is a new film from Alter, the horror banner of Gunpowder & Sky. Check out the trailer after the jump.
Exclusive comments, plus Blu-ray details/art/trailer: Zombie lives matter in “LAST RITES OF THE DEAD”
The undead are persecuted in violent ways in LAST RITES OF THE DEAD, a grisly shocker that sees its Blu-ray debut this summer. We’ve got exclusive words from the writer/director, plus the info, cover art and trailer.
Close encounters of the unkind are coming to Blu-ray as the long-unseen 1977 sci-fi thriller FOES is flying to Blu-ray courtesy of Garagehouse Pictures. Read on for the details, cover art and trailer.
Someone is killing off the characters in a porn film, and they have to figure out who it is or die trying in DEEP MURDER, coming to select theaters and VOD June 14. Check out an exclusive clip after the jump.
The Woman returns and she’s not alone in trailer for Pollyanna McIntosh’s “DARLIN’”; date/theaters announced
Actress Pollyanna McIntosh (THE WALKING DEAD) makes her feature writing/directing debut on DARLIN’, in which she reprises her title role from Lucky McKee’s THE WOMAN. Read on to see the new trailer and the poster, plus info on the film’s release.
The malevolent spirit voiced by Mark Hamill isn’t confined to a doll in the CHILD’S PLAY remake that opens this month. Jump past the jump to see the latest preview clip.
The excitement is growing for SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK, the film adaptation of the beloved and controversial books by Alvin Schwartz. Read on to see the new trailer and read about a SCARY preview event.
Genre fave Dee Wallace tangles with terror toys in DOLLS, which sees release this summer. We’ve got the info along with the exclusive first look at the trailer and new key art.
The series adaptation of Joe Hill’s best-selling novel NOS4A2 is driving onto AMC this weekend, premiering Sunday, June 2. It’s got a varied and talented team behind the scenes, and executive producer/showrunner Jami O’Brien gave us the full rundown.
The movie is as much a black comedy as it is a horror film, and the fun comes from the fact that Taylor has as few compunctions about being rude as Ma herself.
It delivers the goods one expects from a movie like this, even as the stuff in between monster battles sometimes taxes the patience.
THE CRAFT’s Fairuza Balk is one of the threatening TRESPASSERS in a film that played festivals as HELL IS WHERE THE HOME IS, and is now set for U.S. release this summer.
Watch the bloody funny trailer for the “TAMMY AND THE T-REX” “Gore Cut,” premiering at Cinepocalypse!
Previously released in the U.S. only in an edited VHS edition, the jaw-dropping TAMMY AND THE T-REX sees the 35mm premiere of its complete “Gore Cut” next month. Jump past the jump to see a trailer for this version.
The sleeper shark saga has spawned a sequel, and with 47 METERS DOWN: UNCAGED heading for theaters this summer, a teaser trailer has been unleashed.
The Fantasia International Film Festival is coming back to Montreal for its 23rd year, offering more than 130 frightening and fantastical features. The initial selection has just been announced; read on to find out more!
The filmmaker behind BERBERIAN SOUND STUDIO and THE DUKE OF BURGUNDY now goes for sartorial scares with IN FABRIC, and a trailer has now appeared. See it after the jump, along with the poster.
A few different kinds of brutality can be seen in an exclusive clip from MOLLYWOOD, a combination of horror and crime thriller, that you can check out after the jump, along with the poster.
Exclusive Interview: Director Richard Shepard on his “completely bonkers” Netflix shocker “THE PERFECTION”
At a time when so many movies fall into predictable formulas, thank goodness for this one-of-a-kind insane experience.
A disappointment as both an alternate take on superheroics and an evil-child thriller—and part of the disappointment is that it’s much more the second than the first.
A pair of actresses with significant genre cred star in THE NORTHWOODS, a Canadian/Norwegian fright film that will be rolling soon. Keep reading for the full info and the initial poster.
After world-premiering last month at the Tribeca Film Festival, COME TO DADDY has been snatched up for U.S. release.
Even completist fans of Simon Pegg and Nick Frost might want to give a pass to this horror/comedy, which only sporadically hits his targets.
Jeffrey Reddick, who wrote the original screenplay for FINAL DESTINATION and went on to script films like TAMARA and DEAD AWAKE, is now taking the helm on the dark revenge thriller GOOD SAMARITAN.
Exclusive news/photos, plus trailer and poster: Take a trip to “CLINTON ROAD” with Ice-T et al. this summer
Ice-T, Vincent Pastore and Eric Roberts are part of the cast of CLINTON ROAD, and Richard Grieco was part of the team behind the camera. It’s now dated for theatrical release; keep reading for the info, a few exclusive pics, the trailer and poster.
After venturing into the dark Romanian crypts of THE NUN last year, actress Taissa Farmiga will now be seen enacting a classic American Gothic.
Following up on their previous releases of ZOMBIE 3 and 4 and SHOCKING DARK, Severin Films has two additional spaghetti shockers from Bruno Mattei and Claudio Fragasso coming on Blu-ray, plus a WWII atrocity flick. Jump past the jump for full details, cover art and a trailer.
Making its world premiere at the Fantaspoa film festival this month, TRUE FICTION is a shocker about the dark side of the creative process. Read on to check out the trailer.
The deadly doll has received a technological update and a new face, and a video clip you can see past the jump provides a peek at how it was created.
Well, Jordan Peele and horror worked out, so… The saga of Jigsaw is being reimagined, with several of the original creators also on board.
Director Lorcan Finnegan and screenwriter Garret Shanley previously collaborated on the excellent, underseen WITHOUT NAME, and now they’ve reteamed on VIVARIUM, world-premiering at the Cannes Film Festival. Read on for the details, initial poster and a clip from the movie.
Epic Pictures’ Dread division usually specializes in hardcore horror fare, but has something different on tap with its latest acquisition.
You’ve gotta kill the head to stop the living dead, as demonstrated in the latest trailer (with NSFW language) for Jim Jarmusch’s THE DEAD DON’T DIE. See it after the jump, along with a trio of clips from the movie.
A pair of productions by Canadian horror specialist Black Fawn Films are hitting Blu-ray; read on for the full info and cover art.
A girl gets a faceful of nastiness in an exclusive excerpt from DON’T LOOK, a women-led horror film that goes into release today. Check it out after the jump.
A number of filmmakers with omnibus experience came together for PORTALS, a collection of sci-fi/horror stories that has now been picked up for release.
The much-awaited new movie from the director of WENDIGO, HABIT and THE LAST WINTER is now set for release this fall.
A robot rampages through AUTOMATION, a sci-fi thriller that Epic Pictures has acquired for release later this year under its Dread banner. Read on for exclusive comments and pics from the movie.
Indie director Jeffrey Arsenault, who made a series of New York vampire movies starting with the John Leguizamo-starring NIGHT OWL in the 1990s and early 2000s, has returned to filmmaking with the Texas-lensed CRIMSON CLINIC. He gave us some words and a few exclusive photos from the movie.
After playing festivals like Fantastic Fest and TIFF New Wave, the LORD OF THE FLIES-inspired teen psychothriller LADYWORLD is now poised for commercial release later this year.
The festivities are more sinister than they at first seem in MIDSOMMAR, writer/director Ari Aster’s follow-up to his hit HEREDITARY. Jump past the jump to see the new, official poster.
The new film from GOODNIGHT MOMMY directors Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala is coming from Neon this fall, and the latest trailer promises an equally unnerving experience. See it and the poster after the jump.
The complete list of features screening at the 2019 Cinepocalypse festival has been revealed, and it includes exciting flicks from all over the world, plus retrospectives accompanied by special guests.
Horrific creatures lacking an epidermis stalk and crawl through WINTERSKIN, coming later this month. Keep reading for the details, plus an exclusive excerpt and more.
Even as sequels have continued to be produced, there’s been talk of a reboot of the original HELLRAISER for some time, and now it looks like one is actually about to launch.
We previously reported on the first round of films playing the Fantaspoa festival, and now the final, extensive lineup and more info have been unveiled; you can read it and check out the fest trailer past the jump.
Exclusive comments/details, plus art & trailer: Leif Jonker’s “DARKNESS” restored on Blu-ray by Arrow Video
Leif Jonker’s underground vampire-gore favorite DARKNESS is getting a major hi-def makeover from Arrow Video, and we’ve got exclusive words and info from the filmmaker, as well as a look at the new artwork and a promo trailer.
Tribeca ’19 Movie Review: “SOMETHING ELSE,” something different, something great (now titled “AFTER MIDNIGHT”)
For about 90 percent of its running time, this isn’t horror, it’s…something else. But that 10 percent does contain one of the biggest scares I’ve had in a theater in recent memory.
Director Alexandre Aja and producer Sam Raimi take a bite out of the nature-amok genre with the alligator-attack movie CRAWL, coming from Paramount Pictures July 12. Jump past the jump to check out the trailer, poster and first photos.
The Dutch filmmaker behind cult favorites like AMSTERDAMNED (pictured), THE LIFT and SAINT now gets his own feature-length documentary; jump past the jump to read about the project from its creators.
If you’re one of the many who enjoyed Jenn Wexler’s punk slasher movie THE RANGER, you can re-experience its terror with a little something extra thanks to a book version that drops this week. Read on for an exclusive first look at the cover and words on the adaptation from the filmmakers.
After establishing herself on the horror scene in the anthology field, she treks into a frightening forest for her feature debut.
It’s outrageous, gleefully nasty, consistently clever and a hell of a lot of fun.
Two women discover more reasons to stay out of the woods in HALLOWED GROUND, coming this summer. Jump past the jump for an exclusive first look at the trailer, along with the poster and details.
Epic Pictures gave us the first word that its Dread line has picked up ARTIK, starring Chase Williamson (JOHN DIES AT THE END) and Lauren Ashley Carter (DARLING) for release this fall. Read on for the full info and first look at the trailer and poster.
When someone says I TRAPPED THE DEVIL, can you believe them? That’s the dilemma faced by a couple in a new chiller opening this Friday, and in an exclusive excerpt you can see past the jump.
It takes a folk tale rife with culturally rich possibilities and flattens it out into a by-the-numbers haunting flick.
Making its world premiere this month at the Tribeca Film Festival, Dark Sky Films’ BLISS is the latest from writer/director Joe Begos, creator of ALMOST HUMAN and THE MIND’S EYE. Check out the new trailer after the jump.
Fred Dekker’s cult-classic sci-fi/horror film is coming in a Collector’s Edition Blu-ray set, fully loaded with special features. Read on for the complete details, plus the cover art.
After a decade of producing and releasing fright films, Canadian Black Fawn Films has launched a new on-demand service called Black Fawn VOD to showcase catalog and future movies, some in HD for the first time.
Forty years after the production of his best-known film, ZOMBIE, famed Italian horror director Lucio Fulci is the subject of the first feature inspired by his life.
A reimagined Chucky is stalking into theaters this summer in the new CHILD’S PLAY, and we’ve now been given a good look at him.
The long stretches between murders are filled in with material that keeps promising to take advantage of its specific milieu, but never actually does.
The film doesn’t bring enough that’s fresh or clever to its mix of splatter, swearing and occasional scatology.
Classic feline fear and fresh insanity are on Severin Films’ Blu-ray plate for next month; read on for the full info and cover art on these three titles.
We’re already looking forward to the 23rd annual Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal, and the event’s official poster has just been unveiled to whet our appetites further.
Michael Mongillo, the award-winning filmmaker behind 2017’s supernatural mystery DIANE (pictured) and others, is gearing up for his next genre movie, THE CHANGED. He gave us the exclusive scoop on the project, so read on…
THE SILENCE is guilty not of being an imitation of A QUIET PLACE, but of telling a comparable story not nearly as well.
Latin America’s largest genre festival, Brazil’s Fantaspoa has announced the first round of movies for its 2019 edition. Read on for the titles and to check out the event’s poster.
Things don’t go PERFECT for a man who tries to improve his mind at the expense of his body in the upcoming science-fiction thriller. We’ve got a first look at the poster, along with the trailer and release details.
Coincidence, fate or something more evil? The dark side of the music world is explored in THE 27 CLUB, coming later this month and featuring a rock legend in its cast. We’ve got the exclusive first look at the trailer.
Do you dare watch a movie that has claimed a body count? ANTRUM: THE DEADLIEST FILM EVER MADE, which has won awards at festivals, is now headed for wider release.
Even as the storyline jumps around in time, it’s never difficult to track the narrative—or to remain immersed in the unsettling atmosphere.
An undead epic that Zack Snyder first attempted to launch in 2008 has been reconceived and will now be a Netflix original, with a busy action star in the lead.
PET SEMATARY takes a place in the upper tier of King-based features because its creators not only respect the source, they’ve identified the important elements to keep.
One of the better direct-to-video sequels makes its North American Blu-ray debut in May, as Shout! Factory releases WHEN A STRANGER CALLS BACK under its Scream Factory banner. Read on for the complete specs—including the short film that started it all—and cover art.
Where’s the only place you can see the director of ST. ELMO’S FIRE and the Scumdogs of the Universe in the same room? At this year’s edition of the Cinepocalypse film festival!
A little while back, Adrienne Barbeau revealed that she was returning to SWAMP THING territory for the DC Universe streaming service, and today Shudder announced that Barbeau will encore from 1982’s CREEPSHOW in the new series version.
Exclusive Interview: “THE WIND” director Emma Tammi on time-jumping horror, the “CARRIE” influence, etc.
The first-time feature director mixes the old and the new in her quietly chilling feature.
Halloween comes early to audiences and an imperiled family in BOO!, opening later this month. We’ve got an exclusive clip to share with you after the jump, along with the poster.
The team behind DON’T F*CK IN THE WOODS is heading back into the trees with the creature feature STRANDED. Read on for an exclusive first look at the latest poster, along with the teaser trailer.
Exclusive clip, plus poster and theater details: Something grisly comes to life in “THE HEAD HUNTER”
The birth of a new medieval horror is showcased in THE HEAD HUNTER, coming to select theaters and VOD this Friday, April 5. Jump past the jump for an exclusive excerpt, the poster and details on where it’s playing.
Offbeat auteur Jim Jarmusch did pretty well by vampires with ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE, and from the looks of the trailer that dropped this morning, he’s done the same with zombies in THE DEAD DON’T DIE. See the preview, plus the poster, after the jump.
As a screenwriter, David McGillivray was behind some of the most notorious fright films to come out of Britain in the 1970s. Decades later, he got up to even more sordid stuff. Now the truth is finally being told in a new book.
With the new film version of PET SEMATARY arriving in theaters Thursday night, Paramount Pictures has released one last trailer to tease us about this take on Stephen King’s classic novel.
Exclusive photos/comments, plus trailer & poster: Student stage remake turns deadly in “MIMESIS: NOSFERATU”
While those New Jersey high-schoolers are being celebrated for their stage production of ALIEN, another group of teens find their own live reboot of a horror classic invaded by true terror in MIMESIS: NOSFERATU. We’ve got exclusive pics and words from director Douglas Schulze, along with the trailer and poster.
It’s been a sad season for horror fans; following the deaths of Dick Miller, John Carl Buechler and Larry Cohen comes word that actor Joseph Pilato has passed away.
Dolph Lundgren vs. zombies in “DEAD TRIGGER” trailer/poster; “TONE-DEAF” and “HEAD COUNT” get release-dated
It’s guns vs. ghouls in DEAD TRIGGER, a horror/actioner set for release in May. Read on to check out the trailer and poster, and for news on more genre-film debut dates.
A gory monster movie is hopping its way into release this Easter, and we’ve got the exclusive first look at the splattery new trailer, along with the poster.
Genre-fave actress Lin Shaye has a ROOM FOR RENT in a horror film opening in May. We’ve got the exclusive first look at the new poster.
There’s been talk of a big-budget remake of Troma’s cult classic THE TOXIC AVENGER for decades, and now it seems like it’s actually happening, with an exciting choice of filmmaker at the helm.
A pair of much-anticipated international fright films are part of the spring/summer lineup on the Shudder streaming service. Read on for the full info.
The writer/director’s first feature, the science shocker NO TELLING, was subtitled THE FRANKENSTEIN COMPLEX, and now he has returned to the timeless horror theme.
Director Patrick Lussier and screenwriter Todd Farmer, who previously teamed on the Nicolas Cage fave DRIVE ANGRY (pictured) and the 3D MY BLOODY VALENTINE remake, have gotten rolling on their new horror-thriller TRICK, and the cast has been revealed, including a genre legend.
The latest chiller from NYC horror auteur Larry Fessenden is stalking closer to release, as genre specialist Yellow Veil Pictures has picked up the worldwide sales rights.
The feature directorial debut of SOUTHBOUND and XX’s Roxanne Benjamin, BODY AT BRIGHTON ROCK sees fest play and general release this spring, and the official trailer has now emerged. See it and the poster after the jump.
Three years before Peter Jackson broke out with BAD TASTE, New Zealand director David Blyth created a film that Alejandro Jodorwsky described as “an apocalypse of slaughter.” Now it’s headed for special-edition Blu-ray in the U.S.
The third in Blood Moon Pictures’ VOLUMES OF BLOOD anthology-film series has launched a new crowdfunding campaign, and has a trio of actresses with horror cred involved. Read on for the info and exclusive words from those ladies.
Epic Pictures’ Dread line has BLACK SITE, described as “John Carpenter meets H.P. Lovecraft meets THE RAID,” coming April 9; read on to see the latest trailer as well as the poster.
The wind blows drama and death in an exclusive excerpt from the modern giallo film KNIFE + HEART (opening in select theaters starting tomorrow) that you can check out after the jump.
An all-cylinders scarefest done with all the panache Peele displayed in his previous movie, and one in which the metaphors are submerged much deeper.
Cary Granat recalls the triumph of Wes Craven's slasher hit, the troubles with Guillermo del Toro's insect thriller, etc.
DC Comics’ monstrous hero is coming back, and the star of his first big-screen vehicle is now on board.
The eagerly awaited world premiere of the latest feature from Larry Fessenden opens the second edition of New York City’s genre-centric What the Fest!? Jump past the jump for the full details.
Continuing to draw the most unusual and original features from across the world, the Boston Underground Film Festival has another strong lineup of horror and other genre fare on tap for this year’s event. Read on for the details and the fest poster and trailer.
The trouble is, the filmmakers don’t properly set Peter up for what happens to him in TREEHOUSE’s second half.
Indie filmmakers Henrique Couto and John Oak Dalton have wrapped their second feature under the Midwest Film Venture banner, and it features a new take on a rural horror icon. We’ve got the exclusive first look at pics and the initial poster, plus words from the duo.
The features screening at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival in New York City have been revealed, and there are a number of fear flicks in the lineup, including new ones from Peter Strickland (BERBERIAN SOUND STUDIO) and up-and-coming indie talents Jeremy Gardner (THE BATTERY) and Joe Begos (THE MIND’S EYE). Jump past the jump for the details and pics from the films.
A unique take on body-hopping horror is seen in LIFECHANGER, which sees disc release next month with plenty of special features. Read on for the complete info and the cover art.
We can’t wait for the new film from the writer/director of last year’s horror breakout HEREDITARY, and now there’s a teaser trailer out to get us even more intrigued. Check it out after the jump, along with the poster.
This year, RUE MORGUE is honoured with nominations in five categories, including BEST MAGAZINE, BEST ARTICLE, BEST INTERVIEW, BEST COLUMN, and BEST COVER!
A pair of vintage over-the-top horror flicks are getting the hi-def special-edition treatment this spring; read on for the complete specs and cover art.
The writer/director behind the extreme-dysfunction horror films EXCISION, SUBURBAN GOTHIC and TRASH FIRE has landed a distributor for his latest feature ahead of its festival debut, and the first pair of photos has appeared.
With her co-starring role in Jordan Peele’s US (pictured) hitting theaters later this month, Elisabeth Moss is now poised to step into another high-profile genre project.
Following its successful run at festivals and special engagements, the independent fright feature GET ME GUN sees disc release tomorrow. Read on for the full details along with the art and trailer.
The Jordan Peele-produced “spiritual sequel” to CANDYMAN has found the actor who will step into Tony Todd’s shoes for the title role.
Last August, it was revealed that a sequel to the scary sleeper smash A QUIET PLACE will be released by Paramount Pictures May 15, 2020, and today we’ve learned that the original director is returning.
Long out of print since its original 1989 VHS release, J.R. Bookwalter’s gory action/horror film ROBOT NINJA is returning in its first high-definition disc release. Read on for the full details and various art, plus a restoration trailer.
The creators of UNEARTHED & UNTOLD: THE PATH TO “PET SEMATARY” dig into another classic Stephen King adaptation with PENNYWISE: THE STORY OF “IT.” They just released a new trailer that you can check out after the jump.
Having previously issued THE BLOOD ISLAND TRILOGY, Severin Films is digging deeper into the vaults of Philippine/U.S. production/distribution company Hemisphere Pictures to bring us another collection of 1960s/70s B-horrors. Read on for the full details, art and a trailer.
Audiences first got a chance to devour the grisly horror/comedy CORPORATE ANIMALS at Sundance earlier this year, and more will be able to eat it up thanks to the distribution deal revealed today.
The people behind HI-8 have a new collection of terror tales seeing release this summer, and we’ve got an exclusive first look at the trailer, plus the poster and details on its festival play and commercial debut.
Hailing from Brazil, THE CANNIBAL CLUB is billed as one of the goriest films in years, and we’ve got a taste of that gruesomeness in an exclusive clip you can see after the jump.
Two of the most disturbing and provocative films in history are coming to Criterion Collection Blu-ray; read on for the complete specs and cover art.
A new twist on a classic horror theme is headed for its festival premiere next month, and we’ve got an exclusive first look at the poster, along with the trailer and details of its debut screenings.
Inhuman creatures tend to get into some messy mayhem—but who scrubs down the splatter afterward? That would be the hero of THE CLEANER, an in-the-works movie for which we have exclusive words from the creators.
Exclusive Interview: “PRODIGY” & “PET SEMATARY” scripter Jeff Buhler talks Joe Hill, Clive Barker projects and more
The busy scribe has a few more horror scripts cooking, including one that will mark his first directorial venture since 2008.
Psychic powers and supernatural evil run riot in STRAY, whose creative team includes the prime movers behind this year’s Sundance premiere SWEETHEART and the upcoming update of THE FLY. Read on for the release info, trailer and poster.
For reasons that undoubtedly have nothing to do with the release of a certain Stephen King adaptation the same month, a new flick titled PET GRAVEYARD hits in April—though the trailer reveals that despite the presence of a cat, it’s more like a cross between FLATLINERS and the recent Nicolas Cage campfest BETWEEN WORLDS.
The tiny terror in the new version of CHILD’S PLAY has gotten an upgrade, as seen in the new trailer you can view after the jump.
We chat about the new malevolent-child chiller and the forthcoming update of the 1990 classic.
If you missed the terrific zombie musical ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE during its limited theatrical release last year, now you’ll be able to enjoy it at home.
With the new film of Stephen King’s PET SEMATARY getting closer to release, Paramount Pictures has released an eerie new poster and a trailer that reveals a significant change from the source; see them after the jump.
Travis Stevens, the producer of such noted fright features as WE ARE STILL HERE, STARRY EYES, CHEAP THRILLS and BIG ASS SPIDER!, is seeing his directorial debut world-premiere at next month’s SXSW Film Festival, and we’ve got the first teaser trailer and photos to show you.
The sequel to the Brad Pitt-starring zombie epic has already had a couple of false starts, and now it appears to have been kiboshed for good.
The jeans are blue and the blood is red in SLAXX, an offbeat horror film that’s about to start production. Jump past the jump for all the info.
An in-depth discussion of this unique trip into the minds of three very unstable women.
Norway stakes another claim in the fright field with THE HOUSE (a.k.a. HUSET), which sees U.S. release next month. Read on for the info, trailer and artwork.
A different kind of Christmastime terror is unleashed in I TRAPPED THE DEVIL, and it’ll be hitting screens long before December this year. Read on for the full details.
Edgar Wright, who brilliantly combined humor with horror in SHAUN OF THE DEAD, is new tackling a straight spine-tingler, and he’s got the lead from a couple of recent genre hits joining him.
The return of the loving dead will be available once more on the format that first made it notorious, as Jörg Buttgereit’s NEKROMANTIK 2 is being issued in multiple VHS sets by Cult Epics.
It might have been quite a bit more interesting, or at least unexpected, if the roles of the two characters were reversed.
High-school witches are preparing to flex their magic again as the ’90s favorite THE CRAFT arrives on special-edition Blu-ray from Shout! Factory under the Scream Factory banner. The complete specs have now been released; check ’em out, along with the cover art, after the jump.
Dread Central’s distribution banner is gearing up for a new in-house production, and has also adopted a new, simplified moniker for its upcoming releases, one of which now has a trailer and poster.
The dimensional version of George A. Romero’s classic DAWN OF THE DEAD is coming to New York City, along with a slew of the director’s other films, as part of a special series. Read on for the details.
With THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT enjoying a 20th-anniversary screening at the current Sundance Film Festival, a teaser trailer and poster have been unveiled for director Daniel Myrick’s latest feature.
While Orion Pictures readies its theatrical reboot of CHILD’S PLAY, with Chucky rechristened “Buddi,” the original doll is headed for the small screen under the stewardship of his longtime creative team.
For all its familiarity, director/co-writer Lee Cronin treats his material with an adult, somber point of view that holds the attention.
Currently in the midst of a very successful festival tour, ECHOES OF FEAR is the latest from the filmmaking team of Brian and Laurence Avenet-Bradley, and we’ve got the exclusive first look at the latest trailer and a couple of new pics.
After the poor reception to the latest THE MUMMY led Universal to put the kibosh on its Dark Universe series, the studio is now revisiting the idea of reviving its classic creatures, and the latest development is a big step in the right direction.
A visual work of cinema scholarship that has a lot to offer for both casual viewers and rabid devotees of ALIEN.
Exclusive Interview: Makeup artist Mark Coulier on “SUSPIRIA’s” twisted effects, Clive Barker and “NIGHTBREED”
The Oscar-winning prosthetics wizard discusses a new nightmare and classic creatures.
There’s a new werewolf in town, and her name is BETSY. Jump past the jump to learn when you can meet her and to get an exclusive first look at the latest poster, along with the teaser trailer.
The 1987 vampire hit THE LOST BOYS spawned a pair of direct-to-video sequels and talk of a Frog Brothers TV series that never materialized, and now it’s headed back to the small screen.
Richard Stanley doesn’t make your typical genre movies, and that’s not changing with his long-mooted H.P. Lovecraft adaptation THE COLOUR OUT OF SPACE, which announced its cast and start of production today.
Described as “one part post-modern Edgar Allan Poe adaptation, one part KNIFE IN THE WATER with the cast of SEINFELD” (OK, we’re curious), the horror/comedy HARPOON premieres tomorrow at the International Film Festival Rotterdam, and we’ve got the details and the new poster and teaser trailer.
Even the most beautiful forest can have something deadly BETWEEN THE TREES, and we’ve got an exclusive first look at the trailer and key art from the survival shocker coming later this winter.
Organized by the Fantasia International Film Festival, the Frontières Finance & Packaging Forum unites genre filmmakers with backers, distributors et al. The 12 projects for this year’s third edition, including some from top producers in the horror field, have been revealed, along with a special guest.
French director Claire Denis, whose films have previously dealt with Earthbound concerns (including horrific ones, as in TROUBLE EVERY DAY), heads for the stars with her English-language debut, the dark sci-fi film HIGH LIFE. The trailer has hit the web; jump past the jump to see it.
Microbudget ’70s cult fave “INVASION OF THE BLOOD FARMERS” is coming to Blu-ray; art, details, trailer
One of the cheapest schlock shockers ever is getting spiffed up in hi-def by Severin Films for disc release next month. We’ve got the complete info, cover art and a new trailer.
After winning awards at the Fantasia International Film Festival and Screamfest, director Giordano Giulivi’s THE LAPLACE’S DEMON sees Stateside release next month. Read on for the details and to see the new trailer.
The Hexploitation Film Festival returns to Canada for its 10th year next month, and we’ve got the exclusive scoop on the complete lineup of fearful features and shorts playing there.
Take an acclaimed trip into a damaged mind when the psychological chiller POSSUM arrives on disc next month. Read on for the info, cover art and trailer.
When will people learn to stop experimenting on aliens? The latest science project to go awry is seen in CROSSBREED, arriving next month. Check out an exclusive clip after the jump.
Combining past characters, the filmmaker tries to do a little bit of everything and doesn’t do quite enough of anything.
There are bodily fluids aplenty in SPUNK’S NOT DEAD, an omnibus shocker that sees release in April. We’ve got the exclusive first look at the trailer and latest poster.
First issued as a special Black Friday release last year, Severin Films’ Blu-ray of the Ted Raimi-starring shocker SKINNER is getting general distribution next month. Read on for the complete info, cover art and trailer.
Horror fave Debbie Rochon plays one of the spectres haunting the captive heroine of DOOM ROOM. See her in an exclusive excerpt from the soon-to-release chiller after the jump.
The backstory and influence of one of horror and science fiction’s all-time classics are explored in depth in MEMORY: THE ORIGINS OF ALIEN, which has its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival this month. The poster has been revealed tonight, and you can see it after the jump.
Exclusive Interview: “PLEDGE” producer Keaton Heinrichs talks monstrous beginnings and production horrors
Opening in select theaters and on VOD this Friday from IFC Midnight, PLEDGE is a harrowing descent into frat-house hell, where hazing can be fatal. Read on for exclusive words with producer Keaton Heinrichs.
Writer/director Jennifer Kent has followed up the psychological horrors of her modern classic THE BABADOOK with the historical trauma of THE NIGHTINGALE, and now it has picked up for U.S. release.
Only a select few get to PLEDGE a secret campus society in the new horror film opening this week, and their chilling experience begins in an exclusive clip we have to share with you, along with the latest poster.
There’s a farewell to arm in an exclusive excerpt from BLOOD BOUND, the supernatural shocker releasing next week, that you can see after the jump.
Severin’s “ALL THE COLORS OF THE DARK/GIALLO” Blu-rays set wide-release date; details, art, trailers
Previously issued as a limited Black Friday combo pack, Severin Films’ Blu-rays of the classic Italian shocker ALL THE COLORS OF THE DARK and the compilation ALL THE COLORS OF GIALLO are going into general release later this month. Read on for all the info, plus the cover art and trailers.
The best thing about ESCAPE ROOM, appropriately, is the escape rooms. The many different and well-realized environments that the characters in this captivity-horror film have to navigate are more interesting than the characters themselves.
Filmmakers go back and alter their movies in new director’s cuts for any number of reasons, from bolstering characterizations to clarifying plot points. Last year’s chiller ISLAND ZERO, however, has now been updated to save a dog’s life.
Actress Diane Franklin from AMITYVILLE II: THE POSSESSION returns to the scene of the real-life crimes in THE AMITYVILLE MURDERS, coming next month. See her amongst an exclusive set of images we have to share with you, along with the trailer and poster.
We’ve seen all sorts of toys, devices and other objects overtaken by evil energies, so why not a drone? That’s the premise of a horror/comedy making its world premiere this month at the Slamdance Film Festival; see the details and trailer after the jump.
Director Sophia Takal’s achievement is that she’s crafted something relatably scary out of the personal emotions and tensions attendant to her particular holiday.
A supernatural shapeshifter makes the first of many body switches in an exclusive excerpt from LIFECHANGER, which sees release next week. Check it out after the jump.
Horror fans are getting a special gift this morning: Universal Pictures has premiered the trailer to Jordan Peele’s eagerly awaited US. Check it out, along with some words from Peele, after the jump.
Although its plot hinges on reincarnation, BETWEEN WORLDS isn’t really a horror film, and in fact it doesn’t fit into any conventional genre slot. It’s best defined as a Bugnuts Crazy Nicolas Cage Movie, which is fast becoming a genre unto itself.
Exclusive comments, plus trailer and posters: SOV veteran turns director with “HER NAME WAS CHRISTA”
James L. Edwards, actor and screenwriter from such 1990s shot-on-video favorites as OZONE, BLOODLETTING and POLYMORPH, has turned director with the psychological drama/romantic horror story HER NAME WAS CHRISTA. He gave us some exclusive words on the movie, along with the trailer and a couple of posters.
With a new CHILD’S PLAY headed for theaters next summer, featuring a killer doll rechristened from Chucky to “Buddi,” the FX artist responsible for bringing the terror toy to life has now been revealed, along with the first pic.
The glory days of omnibus horror films from Amicus and others is revisited in THE HOUSE OF SCREAMING DEATH, a new British production seeing release this month. We’ve got the exclusive details and poster to share with you, along with the trailer.
A film version of the classic horror-story books with Guillermo del Toro and THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE’s Andre Øvredal behind it? We can’t wait, and now we know when it’s opening and have received the first pic.
A couple of dangerous young women encounter one who’s even more twisted in BRAID, which enjoyed a well-received festival run this year starting at Tribeca, and is now headed for release next year. We’ve got the complete info, red-band trailer and poster.
The reboot of CRITTERS has gone through some ups and downs over the last year, but now there’s evidence that a very qualified filmmaker is about to start rolling on it.
Continuing the trend of studios selling off genre features to streaming services, the new film from CITADEL director Ciaran Foy (pictured) is headed for the biggest one.
Debuting today on VOD and DVD, writer/director Justin Reinsilber’s CENTRAL PARK sends a psychopath into the titular New York City landmark to terrorize a group of teens. We’ve got an exclusive chat with the filmmaker.
Get trapped in the DOOM ROOM with the next feature coming from busy fright filmmaker Jon Keeyes. We’ve got the release info and an exclusive first look at the trailer and poster after the jump.
After winning raves, rants and lots of discussion surrounding its big-screen play, Luca Guadagnino’s remake of SUSPIRIA is coming to home formats in January. Read on for the full info and cover art.
We get a better look at the new Rodan, Mothra and especially King Ghidorah in the latest trailer for GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS that has just hit the web, and which you can see after the jump.
Metalheads meet mutant bugs in DEAD ANT, a horror/comedy coming next month. A new poster has just been released, and you can see it after the jump, along with the trailer.
Exclusive Interview: Director John McPhail and actor Christopher Leveaux on “ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE”
Continuing our coverage of the Christmas zombie musical ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE, which expands into more theaters today, we have words with the man at the helm and one of its key cast members.
Fraternity initiation is a matter of life and death in PLEDGE, coming from IFC Midnight next month. Jump past the jump to check out the new trailer.
The latest fright film from director Darren Lynn Bousman and a new exploration of the true tragedy in Amityville now have a place on the 2019 calendar.
Exclusive trailer and poster: Familiar fright faces take “TERROR TALES” trip in new anthology chiller
An assortment of horror veterans take part in TERROR TALES, an anthology horror feature coming next month. We’ve got an exclusive peek at the trailer and poster art.
Charles Bronson’s sleaziest shocker “10 TO MIDNIGHT” coming to Scream Factory Blu-ray; details and art
Charles Bronson made a career out of exterminating human vermin, and confronts his most perverse enemy yet in 10 TO MIDNIGHT, a Cannon Films serial-killer psychothriller headed for Blu-ray next year. Read on for the complete specs and cover art.
The streets of New York are safer than they’ve ever been, but the wilds of CENTRAL PARK are the haven for a killer in an indie fright film releasing this month. Read on for the details and an exclusive first look at the new poster and a clip from the movie.
We showed you an exclusive clip from the Christmas-release shocker THE HARROWING yesterday, and now we have an exclusive first look at the latest poster for the movie, along with the trailer.
Exclusive: Dancing with the scars—the cast of the zombie musical “ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE,” Part Two
Continuing our chat with the stars of the Christmas zombie musical that opened in select theaters last Friday, and goes wider this Friday, December 7.
Writer/director Jon Keeyes (AMERICAN NIGHTMARE, NIGHTMARE BOX) has a Christmas scare in store with the release of THE HARROWING, featuring familiar genre faces Michael Ironside and Arnold Vosloo. We’ve got the details and an exclusive excerpt after the jump.
The Screen Gems team probably thought they were doing this movie a box-office favor by retitling it to make it seem like an exorcism flick. But they’ve actually done the film a disservice.
The festive fiends at Glass Eye Pix want you to have a scary Christmas all December long, so they’re launching a daily short-film showcase tomorrow, and they gave us some exclusive photos and words on the festival!
Coming in January, IFC Midnight’s RUST CREEK takes you deep into the Kentucky forests to tell a story of ruthless pursuit and survival. We’ve got an exclusive first look at the poster after the jump.
Exclusive Interview: Dancing with the scars—the cast of the zombie musical “ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE,” Part One
We chat with the stars of one of the brightest and bloodiest surprises of 2018.
The ghost story DRY BLOOD will be the first 2019 release from Epic Pictures under its Dread Central Presents banner, and we’ve got an exclusive first look at the poster, along with the trailer.
The woods around RUST CREEK are a frightening place to be in the survival-horror film opening early next year. Jump past the jump to check out the latest trailer.
There was much excitement when GET OUT auteur Jordan Peele revealed his involvement in a follow-up to the 1992 Clive Barker-based classic CANDYMAN, and now it’s moving forward with a director attached and debut date set.
50 years on, Peter Bogdonavich's TARGETS seems increasingly (and sadly) prescient... sitting as a marker buoy on the changing tides of fear.
Untold Horror presents rare 3D screening of “THE HOLE” with director Joe Dante in Hollywood this week
A rarely screened 3D fright film by legendary director Joe Dante will be shown in all its dimensional glory at Hollywood’s TCL Chinese Theatre, with the filmmaker in attendance.
Ralph Ineson, the patriarch from THE WITCH (pictured), will be part of another supernatural situation when he takes part in the sequel to THE BOY in January. Owain Yeoman (THE BELKO EXPERIMENT) has also been added to the ensemble.
“Christmas spirit” has a different meaning next month when New York horror outfit Glass Eye Pix offers up the Creepy Christmas Film Festival, a daily series of short horror films by the coolest names in the independent scare biz. Read on for all the details.
For nearly 40 years, Ruggero Deodato’s CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST has provoked shock, outrage and debate. Now a new doc digs deep into this controversial film.
Things heat up for a family—the young son in particular—in an exclusive clip from BEHIND THE WALLS, coming next month. We’ve also got exclusive pics from the movie, as well as the trailer and the latest poster.
The award-winning UK horror/comedy is set for December release in the U.S.; read on for the info, and to check out the trailer and poster.
The well-reviewed shapeshifter shocker LIFECHANGER now has a specific North American release date, and a new trailer and poster to go with it. Read on for all the goods.
Blood Moon Pictures is prepping the third in the VOLUMES OF BLOOD anthology-film series, and already has an ensemble of actors signed. Check out the details, plus an exclusive poster being offered as part of the project’s crowdfunding push, after the jump.
Just in time to bring some grossness for the holidays, the horror/comedy UGLY SWEATER PARTY will be available exclusively on Amazon Instant Video starting this Friday, November 23, and we’ve got an exclusive excerpt to share.
Exclusive Interview: “CAM” creators Isa Mazzei and Daniel Goldhaber on horror and the sex trade, Part Two
Continuing our interview with the writer and director of the topical and tense chiller, now on Netflix and in Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas nationwide.
Exclusive Blu-ray clip: Beware the horrifying hyperactive zoom lens of “MAD DOCTOR OF BLOOD ISLAND”!
Severin Films unleashed the Blu-ray boxed set THE BLOOD ISLAND COLLECTION this week, and if you haven’t already grabbed it, we’ve got an exclusive clip from its most notorious film to entice you.
The supernatural just won’t leave Nicolas Cage alone, and his latest travails can be seen in BETWEEN WORLDS, coming next month. Check out the details, trailer and poster after the jump.
Exclusive Interview: “CAM” creators Isa Mazzei and Daniel Goldhaber on horror and the sex trade, Part One
CAM takes a sympathetic look at a webcam performer that becomes a chilling horror film, and its writer and director discuss both sides of that story here.
Andy Milligan madness: “MONSTROSITY” and “THE WEIRDO” coming on Garagehouse Blu-rays; details and art
Two of the last films by notorious exploitationeer Andy Milligan are getting their hi-def disc debuts next month. Read on for the complete info and cover art.
The killer doll has a brand new brand name in the poster for next year’s reboot of CHILD’S PLAY, which has been given a release date and a poster that you can see past the jump.
Indie filmmaker Justin M. Seaman is in the midst of a crowdfunding campaign for the sequel to his popular fright flick THE BARN. He gave us some exclusive words on the project, plus the first listen to the movie’s main title theme.
Canadian Foresight Features has the horror mockumentary THE HOARD world-premiering this month at Toronto’s Blood on the Snow Film Festival, and we’ve get a set of exclusive pics from the movie to share, along with the trailer.
The protagonist of PAINKILLERS has an addiction to blood, and the latest poster for the Title Media/Lone Suspect film is appropriately red-spattered. We’ve got the exclusive first look, plus words with the filmmakers.
The director of the acclaimed THE BLACKCOAT’S DAUGHTER is now adding a horrific dimension to a classic children’s story, with the young actress who impressed in IT as the lead.
It brings plenty of energy and technical savvy to the table, even if it doesn’t offer much in the way of fresh ingredients.
The much-praised cyber/psychological horror film CAM arrives in theaters and on VOD later this month; check out the latest trailer after the jump.
Teenage girls play a dangerous game in an exclusive excerpt from BLUE MY MIND, the acclaimed, award-winning coming-of-age/body-horror film coming to VOD next week. See it after the jump.
Jenn Wexler’s punk slasher film THE RANGER (pictured) has been winning fans across the festival circuit this year and is heading for a Shudder debut early next year. The director talks about the movie and her other work for Larry Fessenden’s Glass Eye Pix in a new video you can see past the jump.
A frightening fraternity is the focus of PLEDGE, which made its world premiere at this year’s Fantasia festival, and we got the exclusive word that it now has a date for wider exposure.
A writer seeking inspiration goes on a very strange vacation in BLOOD PARADISE, an English-language Eurohorror/comedy in the ’70s/Brian De Palma vein that just got picked up for U.S. distribution. Read on for the info and the trailer.
DEATH HOUSE’s only value is as a game of Spot-the-Celebrity—which at least provides a distraction from the tackiness of the plotting and filmmaking.
Exclusive Interview: Actor Lance Reddick on “MONSTER PARTY,” mentoring movie murderers and “JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 3”
A familiar face from TV’s FRINGE and many others, Lance Reddick has one of his most intriguing roles in the new class-conscious shocker.
The people behind the Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival have unveiled the final slate of fright flicks showing at the 2018 edition, as well as a new teaser trailer for the event.
With the new SUSPIRIA and NUTCRACKER movies currently in theaters, a giallo-style shocker combining the two is also seeing release this month, and we’ve got an exclusive excerpt past the jump.
A sort of mashup of DON’T BREATHE and GET OUT, MONSTER PARTY has enough unique character beats and creative nastiness to rise above a feeling of mere pastiche, and stake out its own identity as a class-conscious carnage-fest.
Genre specialist Uncork’d Entertainment has picked up a new feature starring horror fave Lin Shaye, and has announced when it will unleash Justin O’Connell’s shapeshifter shocker LIFECHANGER.
Exclusive Interview: Veteran horror producer Cary Granat on the fresh possession perspective in “WELCOME TO MERCY”
The former Dimension Films head is back in the horror business, putting a fresh spin on a supernatural staple.
You can’t keep a little terror down, and the evil Irish elf is resurrected once more in LEPRECHAUN RETURNS, coming in December. Jump past the jump for the info and poster art.
A camping trip in the snow turns even more chilling in CATSKILL PARK, an upcoming film said to be based on a true story. Read on for the info, trailer and poster.
The British supernatural chiller DEMON EYE is headed to the American Film Market next month, and we’ve got an exclusive peek at the trailer and poster. See them after the jump!
Indie filmmaker Henrique Couto has been planning and crowdfunding follow-ups to his slasher-homage feature BABYSITTER MASSACRE for a little while now, and it’s going so well that there are now three sequels in the works! Read on for the info and an exclusive look at the latest poster.
Overseas chillers “LUCIFERINA” and “BLUE MY MIND” coming to America next month; art, trailers, details
Two foreign-made genre features that have racked up praise on the festival circuit are seeing Stateside release in November; read on for the info, key art and trailers.
There’s fresh terror to be reaped in the fields when SCARECROWS sees release later this year. Keep reading for the info, plus an exclusive look at the trailer and poster.
Producer Avi Federgreen, whose credits include Justin McConnell’s new LIFECHANGER, also has ALTERED SKIN heading onto the festival circuit this fall and into release next year. We’ve got the exclusive first look at the trailer, along with the poster and details.
Since 2010, Glass Eye Pix topper Larry Fessenden and filmmaker Glenn McQuaid (I SELL THE DEAD) have spearheaded the TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE horror audio-drama series, and now the duo have penned two new tales for a limited-run vinyl release.
Out today in select theaters and on VOD, THE DARK puts a special, compelling and frightening spin on the undead genre, and we've got words with its creator and star.
The highlight of THE SUPER is Val Kilmer’s performance, and not for the reasons you might expect.
With All Hallows’ Eve nearly upon us, indie filmmaker Chris LaMartina is planning a sequel to his popular 2013 movie WNUF HALLOWEEN SPECIAL. He gave us some exclusive words on the project, which is in the midst of a crowdfunding campaign.
Currently in the midst of a successful film-festival tour, EMPATHY, INC. plunges you into the dark side of cyber-tech. Check out an exclusive excerpt after the jump.
It’s a scary office Christmas party for the heroine of AMERICAN EXORCIST, co-starring Bill Moseley and debuting this week. Johnny Zito, who wrote and directed the movie with Tony Trov, gave us some words and exclusive pics from it, to go with the latest trailer.
Exclusive art/info: Ron Perlman-starrer “5IVE GIRLS” coming to Blu-ray as debut HorrorPack Presents title
The supernatural chiller 5IVE GIRLS will be making its Blu-ray debut later this year, and we’ve got the exclusive details and look at the cover art.
Dario Argento’s “OPERA” and giallo “BLOODY IRIS” coming to UK Blu-ray with 2K restoration; art and details
One of Dario Argento’s all-time giallo greats and one of the form’s seamier examples from the ’70s are coming to Blu-ray in Britain, featuring new restorations in both Italian and English. Read on for the full info and cover art.
To put a little scare in your holidays, Epic Pictures’ Dread Central Presents line is releasing SLAY BELLES in December. We’ve got the exclusive first look at the trailer and poster, plus words from director SpookyDan Walker.
Today, Amazon Prime Video unleashes six new episodes of LORE, the series based on the hit podcast by Aaron Mahnke. At this month’s New York Comic-Con, RUE MORGUE got some comments from a few of the cast about their roles.
While the debate about women filmmakers in horror continues, director Jen McGowan and screenwriter Julie Lipson have scored a release date for their survival chiller RUST CREEK. Read on for all the info.
THE WITCH IN THE WINDOW is not just about eliciting fear from the audience, but exploring what it does to people and how they cope with it.
Debuting this Friday, the second season of Amazon Prime's series promises to be even scarier, and we got exclusive words from executive producer/showrunner Sean Crouch about what to expect.
The monsters are human in the new shocker MONSTER PARTY, which just landed North American distribution and co-stars Virginia Gardner from the new HALLOWEEN. Read on for the info and a few exclusive words from Gardner.
Described as “THE EXPENDABLES of horror” for the multitude of genre names in its cast, DEATH HOUSE is headed for release in November. Jump past the jump for the details, trailer and poster.
Filmmaker Paul Hough (THE HUMAN RACE) has been telling creepy text stories at the YouTube channel DON’T TURN AROUND for a couple of years now, and recently launched a new on-line platform. He also plans to bring a couple of those tales to the screen, and gave RUE MORGUE some exclusive words about these projects.
THE HERETICS, the latest chiller from prolific Canadian fright factory Black Fawn Films, is headed for U.S. release later this year. Read on for the info and an exclusive first look at the new trailer and poster.
When Michael Myers returns to the big screen this week in the HALLOWEEN reboot, he sets his sights on a new group of potential teenage victims. We've got words with two of them.
There are SADISTIC INTENTIONS aplenty in a new horror movie featuring THE BATTERY’s Jeremy Gardner and genre mogul Larry Fessenden that makes its world premiere this week. Jump past the jump for the details and exclusive first look at the teaser.
The people behind the fright anthologies MINUTES PAST MIDNIGHT and GALAXY OF HORRORS have a new collection of terror tales headed for release, this time with an actionful approach. Read on for the info, and an exclusive first look at the trailer and words from one of the creators.
The gory horror/comedy SATANIC PANIC is getting ready to roll next week in Dallas, Texas, and the starring ensemble has been announced, including a number of familiar genre faces.
The final wave of features and other programming has been announced for this year’s Ithaca Fantastik festival, and it includes a number of can’t-miss fright films.
After stunning the world with his Indonesian-lensed actioners THE RAID: REDEMPTION and THE RAID 2, filmmaker Gareth Evans takes a more horrific tack with his latest feature.
Exclusive quotes, plus trailer: Help save the animals, genre-style with “SEARCH & RESCUE” movie project
Jack Perez, director of SOME GUY WHO KILLS PEOPLE and other genre films and series, has a serious cause behind his latest feature project, SEARCH & RESCUE. He gave us some exclusive words on the movie, to go with a promo trailer and info on its crowdfunding campaign.
The classic Clive Barker adaptation is coming in a two-disc Blu-ray set in November, and now the complete, extensive details have been announced.
A mother learns of her son’s horrible history in an exclusive excerpt from MALEVOLENCE 3: KILLER, the closer of Stevan Mena’s slasher trilogy that debuts this week. Check it out after the jump.
Yesterday, Paramount unveiled the poster and some photos from its new film version of Stephen King’s PET SEMATARY. This morning, they’ve revealed the trailer.
As the reimagination of SUSPIRIA prepares to haunt theaters, La Boca Design Studios has created fascinating new posters for the movie, which you can see after the jump.
After winning numerous raves (including ours) during its festival run earlier this year, Daniel Goldhaber and Isa Mazzei’s CAM is now set to debut in wider release on big and small screens later this year.
Exclusive Interview: Director Can Evrenol talks “HOUSEWIFE,” bad religion and almost casting a porn star
HOUSEWIFE marks a change of pace for director Can Evrenol from his blistering debut feature BASKIN; he talks that new direction and more in this RUE MORGUE chat.
A young boy is pursued by a maniacal attacker through an isolated home in an exclusive excerpt from KNUCKLEBALL, which goes into release tomorrow. See it after the jump.
The Amazon Prime Video series returns with a second season October 19, and it’s coming back with a horror star in its cast, who gave us some words on his part.
Playing a pair of festivals this month and seeing wider release in November is the convent-set fright film WELCOME TO MERCY. Read on for all the info, plus the just-released trailer and poster.
A woman experiencing an extreme haunt doesn’t take its abuse lying down in an exclusive excerpt from EXTREMITY, releasing today on VOD and collector’s edition Blu-ray. See it after the jump.
Producer Peter Block, who shepherded the SAW franchise, and writer/director Frank Sabatella of BLOOD NIGHT: THE LEGEND OF MARY HATCHET have teamed up for a new chiller called THE SHED, which recently wrapped filming. Read on for the info, quotes from the creators and the first photos/poster.
The masked Death Race champion Frankenstein returns with new opponents in DEATH RACE: BEYOND ANARCHY, the fourth installment in the reimagined franchise. Check him out in an exclusive clip you can see past the jump.
Now that the film has wrapped and Rob Zombie is deep into editing, star Bill Moseley says it won’t disappoint the devotees.
The creator of the grisly recent favorite BASKIN now plays mind games with you in HOUSEWIFE, coming next week. Jump past the jump to see an exclusive excerpt.
Canadian horror specialists Black Fawn Films (ANTISOCIAL, BITE, THE DROWNSMAN) and Breakthrough Entertainment are unveiling their new fright feature I’LL TAKE YOUR DEAD this week, and have released the first trailer for it. See it and the info after the jump.
Not since Stanley Kubrick adapted Stephen King’s THE SHINING has a filmmaker from outside the genre gotten ahold of a beloved horror property and so drastically reconfigured it to his own concerns.
We reported yesterday about the CHILD’S PLAY reboot that just started shooting in Vancouver, and now MGM and Orion Pictures have given us a peek at what the updated Chucky will look like.
Raise your voice and your weapon for new “ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE” poster; NY Comic-Con panel announced
We just love the upcoming zombie Christmas musical ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE, and we’ve got the new poster to share with you, plus word of its New York Comic-Con panel next month.
MGM and Orion Pictures have confirmed that Aubrey Plaza (pictured) and Brian Tyree Henry are starring in the new CHILD’S PLAY reboot, and that production has begun.
Riding a wave of praise from festivals, the surreal horror film LUZ has been picked up for distribution ahead of its opening-night screening at Fantastic Fest this week.
What do you get when the director of one of the best recent Stephen King adaptations tackles an older horror classic? THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE, the Netflix series debuting next month. Jump past the jump to check out the new trailer, along with the poster.
Following its festival tour earlier this year, writer/director Justin P. Lange’s superior fright film THE DARK is now set for wider release. Read on for the details, trailer and poster.
A new home holds horror for the heroine of ECHOES OF FEAR, a supernatural chiller that makes its East Coast and West Coast festival premieres next month. We’ve got the info and an exclusive first look at the teaser trailer.
For 10 days in October, Wichita, KS will be terrorized by classic ghouls, cannibals, mad scientists and more thanks to the WBS HorrorFest. The lineup includes a rare screening of the 3D edition of George A. Romero’s DAWN OF THE DEAD!
Blue Underground is giving Lucio Fulci’s classic gorefest ZOMBIE the 4K disc treatment later this year, and going all out with the packaging. Read on for the complete details and all the art.
Although there isn’t a lot of honest suspense here, there is quite a bit of low-rent fun to be had.
One of the more unique films on the genre festival circuit in recent years, THE LAPLACE’S DEMON is now set for wider exposure later in 2018.
A child’s art portends terrors to come in an exclusive excerpt from THE TOYBOX, which begins an exclusive theatrical engagement today and arrives on video next week. Check it out after the jump.
A couple of veterans of the EVIL DEAD series are part of the indie horror/comedy DICK JOHNSON & TOMMYGUN VS. THE CANNIBAL COP, which just debuted on VOD and is headed to Blu-ray next month. We’ve got an exclusive first look at the cover and the details.
Ahead of its world premiere next week at Fantastic Fest, the cosmic horror feature STARFISH has been picked up for worldwide sales by new genre company Yellow Veil Pictures.
Yvonne Strahovski, who can be seen in theaters starting tonight in THE PREDATOR, also stars in the chiller HE’S OUT THERE, which comes to select theaters and VOD tomorrow. Read on for the full info, trailer and poster.
Jim Ojala, the makeup and effects wizard whose credits range from DEADGIRL to major Marvel movies, makes his feature directorial debut with the sci-fi shocker STRANGE NATURE. Read on for the release info, trailer and poster.
Paramount Pictures has come up with a pretty creative poster concept for its WWII fright feature OVERLORD. See it after the jump.
Following in the tradition of the UNFRIENDED movies and SEARCHING, the upcoming e-DEMON tells a tale of terror entirely via webcam images on a computer screen. We’ve got an exclusive excerpt to give you a taste.
Ahead of its world premiere in the Midnight Madness section of the current Toronto International Film Festival, the topical, brutal thriller THE STANDOFF AT SPARROW CREEK has found North American distribution.
Exclusive Interview: Creature performer Javier Botet talks “MARA,” his own sleep paralysis, “[REC]” and more!
With the horror business booming, Javier Botet has had plenty of opportunities to bring his unique physicality to the screen. His latest vehicle is MARA, and we got an exclusive chat with him about this film and noteworthy parts past and future.
It was only a matter of time before someone elected to make a slasher spoof with Michael Myers in a Donald Trump mask stalking minorities, and now PRESIDENT EVIL is coming. Check out the teaser trailer after the jump.
The filmmaker gives us further insight into crafting the CONJURING-universe prequel.
Looks like THE LAST DRIVE-IN wasn’t Joe Bob Briggs’ swan song after all, as the iconic drive-in expert is coming back to the Shudder streaming service for a pair of specials this coming holiday season, with a new series to follow.
Singing, dancing and zombie-splattering are the hallmarks of ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE, the wildly enjoyable Christmas horror/musical coming this holiday season. Check out the terrific new trailer below!
Exclusive Interview: Director Corin Hardy on “THE NUN’s” influences, casting a Farmiga and more; Part One
The director of the Celtic chiller THE HALLOW now takes a deep dive into corrupted Catholicism.
“KILLER KATE!” is koming for Halloween, and we’ve got an exclusive first look at the official set of still photos and behind-the-scenes pics.
It’s all bizarre enough for BOARDING SCHOOL to be disreputably entertaining…and Jacob is an intriguing enough young hero to keep us watching as things spin out of control around him.
There’s nowhere to hide when the enemies may be amongst you in the new survival-horror feature HAVEN’S END. We’ve got the exclusive first look at the trailer, plus comments from the creators.
This is less a review than a public service announcement for genre fans who might be lured by THE LITTLE STRANGER’s haunting-centric marketing campaign and the R rating for “disturbing bloody images.”
This audacious new film from AMER and THE STRANGE COLOR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS directors Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani prove they’re anything but one-trick ponies.
Gaze upon the new poster for the upcoming remake of SUSPIRIA, and it gazes right back! See it after the jump.
After its enormous box-office success ($188 million in the U.S. and over $144 million overseas), it was inevitable that A QUIET PLACE would be sequelized, and now there’s a release berth for the follow-up.
Gregory Lamberson brings his award-winning novel JOHNNY GRUESOME to the screen in a film set for release this fall. Read on for the details, plus the trailer and poster.
A story of supernatural personal obsession will become visible to all when writer/director Michael Mongillo’s DIANE sees release next month. Read on for the details.
A remake of the film considered the first giant-monster movie made in Japan, THE GREAT BUDDHA ARRIVAL has a cast full of genre veterans, and we just got the scoop about the latest addition.
Never given proper theatrical release, Michael Dougherty’s Halloween horror anthology TRICK ’R TREAT is getting the full Collector’s Edition Blu-ray treatment by Shout! Factory this October on the Scream Factory label. The complete, extensive specs have now been revealed.
The studios behind the breakout hit TRAIN TO BUSAN go back in time to combine ghouls and swordplay in their latest undead epic, RAMPANT. It’s coming later this year, and we’ve got the trailer and a pair of teaser posters.
A world of ghosts is a blood-freezing place to dwell in I STILL SEE YOU, coming in October. Jump past the jump for a look at the new poster, along with the trailer.
Madame Blanc, played by Tilda Swinton, lords it over her dance students while something evil lurks below in a clip from the eagerly anticipated SUSPIRIA remake. Check it out after the jump.
Exclusive Interview: Samantha Mathis talks “BOARDING SCHOOL,” her Blumhouse/Hulu movie, “THE BEAST WITHIN” and more
Before heading off to the titular freaky institution in BOARDING SCHOOL, young Jacob (Luke Prael) has to deal with night terrors and a home life with a very high-strung mom played by Samantha Mathis. The actress speaks to RUE MORGUE about SCHOOL, her upcoming projects and a fright film from her childhood in this exclusive chat.
A horror park becomes deadly for real in HELL FEST, from veteran genre producer Gale Anne Hurd. Get an explicit taste of the thrills from the red-band trailer you can see past the jump, along with the latest poster.
Writer/director Stevan Mena rounds out the trilogy he began in MALEVOLENCE and BEREAVEMENT with MALEVOLENCE 3: KILLER, set to debut in October, along with new Blu-ray versions of the first two movies. We’ve got exclusive words with Mena and the details and art for all three releases, along with the trailer for the new film.
A new horror movie is compiling frightening tales inspired by those user-created myths that have spread their terror on-line. Read on an exclusive first look at the poster and all the details.
A bunch of new fear features, including a couple of festival favorites, have now been dated for general release. One is Johnny Kevorkian’s AWAIT FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS (pictured), which also has a new poster and trailer.
The horrors of war become even more terrifying in TRENCH 11, which releases soon following play at numerous festivals. We’ve got the exclusive first look at the trailer.
The trailer for the highly anticipated remake of SUSPIRIA has hit the web; check it out after the jump!
THE HAPPYTIME MURDERS is both a failure of imagination and a failure of nerve.
Writer/performer Clay McLeod Chapman has been telling terrifying stories in spoken-word venues for more than 20 years, and he has made it personal with the “One-On-Ones” edition of his popular THE PUMPKIN PIE SHOW. Now he’s bringing it to the New York area.
There’s more than enough to its story, technique and performances to keep it alive through the final shot.
The children of BOARDING SCHOOL are an unusual and easily upset bunch, as seen in an exclusive clip from the new fright film. Check it out after the jump.
One of horror’s most notorious and controversial sequels gets the full Scream Factory Collector’s Edition treatment (with plenty of new extras) next month as EXORCIST II: THE HERETIC comes to Blu-ray. Read on for the just-revealed complete specs, plus the cover art.
Distributor A24, which has given us such memorably horrific tales as THE WITCH and HEREDITARY, now explores the lighter side of the genre with SLICE. Jump past the jump to check out the new trailer (with a bit of NSFW language) and poster.
Epic Pictures’ Dread Central Presents line is going to EXTREMITY with its fall theatrical/video release. We’ve got the exclusive first look at the poster and venues where it’ll play.
The young star chats with us about her roles in the new Lois Duncan adaptation and the 2007 religious chiller.
Many different kinds of holiday horror are showcased in ALL THE CREATURES WERE STIRRING, which has been picked up for North American distribution this coming Yuletide season.
Coming to New York City’s Scary Movies festival this weekend and wider release next week, WHAT KEEPS YOU ALIVE is a bloody examination of a couple under pressure. We’ve got an exclusive clip after the jump.
Following up BLUE RUIN and GREEN ROOM, director Jeremy Saulnier delivers another brutal, intense experience with the Netflix original HOLD THE DARK. The poster has just been unveiled.
Though it focuses on high-school-age heroines, DOWN A DARK HALL belongs to a more classical horror tradition and will likely be better appreciated by older audiences.
A visitor to the morgue is still alive—but perhaps not for long—in an exclusive clip from DEAD LOVE, coming next week. Check it out after the jump.
Yann Gonzalez’s Cannes fever-dream sensation KNIFE + HEART to open, North American Premiere of THE RUSALKA to close, 35th Anniversary screening of SLEEPAWAY CAMP, new HEAD TRIP feature program and more!
As feel-good as zombie movies get, ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE is a brightly wrapped present for both horror fans and musical aficionados.
The trendsetting Spanish shocker franchise finally gets the U.S. Blu-ray showcase it deserves as Shout! Factory releases THE [REC] COLLECTION next month under the Scream Factory banner. The complete details have now been revealed; see them after the jump, along with the box art.
A staggeringly unfunny mix of sports and zombies that qualifies only as an 80-minute foul.
A new fright flick currently shooting in Mississippi uncovers cult evil on HALLOWED GROUND, and we’ve got the exclusive look at the first photos.
It’s been too long since Richard Stanley (pictured, of HARDWARE and DUST DEVIL) has had a new feature out, and now his futuristic thriller MALWARE is getting closer to rolling. Read on for the update and a few words from Stanley and his collaborators.
William Lustig’s notorious shocker MANIAC is coming back to disc in a new 4K restoration with fresh bonus features (including—full disclosure—one by yours truly). Keep reading for the complete specs and cover art.
No relation to the popular haunted attraction, and coming in October, SLEEP NO MORE is a fright film proving that too little slumber can be a dangerous thing. We’ve got exclusive pics to share, along with the movie and release details and the trailer.
Director Gaspar Noé (I STAND ALONE, IRREVERSIBLE, ENTER THE VOID) brings another cinematic provocation to the screen with CLIMAX, currently freaking out festival audiences. A new trailer has been released by U.S. distributor A24; see it after the jump, along with the poster.
A pair of Italian sleazemeister Joe D’Amato’s best-known bloodfests have been restored for Blu-ray release by Severin Films next month. Keep reading for all the details and the cover art.
Flesheating is kid stuff, as the characters in AHOCKALYPSE discover in an exclusive excerpt from the new horror/comedy that you can see past the jump.
As if to remind that normal sharks can be just as scary as mega-sized species, a teaser trailer for 47 METERS DOWN: THE NEXT CHAPTER has been released; check it out after the jump.
A pretty entertaining piece of expensive pulp filmmaking, perfect for late-summer turn-off-the-brain viewing.
Cut Short Interviews is a new segment devoted to directors who specialize in short horror films. Our first Q&A will be with Monika Estrella Negra, director of FLESH and the in-production BITTEN, A TRAGEDY.
He’s stalking out of the woods and into select cities in the coming months: Jenn Wexler’s punk slasher film THE RANGER now has its first commercial theatrical dates.
We check out Peter Medak's seminal haunted house flick, now in a lavish limited edition package!
Michael Winner’s insanely over-the-top evil-stepfather flick SCREAM FOR HELP has been long desired on disc, and now it’s finally hitting Blu-ray courtesy of Shout! Factory on its Scream Factory line. The complete specs have been revealed, to go with the cover art.
Following its festival tour, the independent psychothriller GET MY GUN is set to play theaters across the country in September. Read on for the info.
Arguably the most beautifully shot of all of John Carpenter’s films, 1980’s THE FOG is coming back to big screens in October in glorious 4K.
The 2018 Fantasia International Film Festival came to a close August 2 (with the sold-out Canadian premiere of Panos Cosmatos’ MANDY), and a new round of award-winners from among the event’s many movies has just been announced.
Sam Raimi’s THE EVIL DEAD will be sharper, darker and redder than ever when it makes its 4K debut later this year. Read on for the info and cover.
A Lovecraft-esque evil lurks and has an unholy influence on humans in BLACK WAKE, which sees release tomorrow. Jump past the jump for an exclusive clip, plus the poster and all the details.
Fantasia/Frontières project “MEET JIMMY,” about a killer podcast, lands at Paramount; story details and poster
One of the most intriguing movies pitched at the Frontières Co-Production Market at the just-concluded Fantasia International Film Festival has scored a big backer—and now has the people behind another Frontières project involved.
Tomorrow is the 126th anniversary of the infamous Lizzie Borden murders, and to mark the occasion, a new trailer has been released this morning for LIZZIE, an updated take on the story coming to theaters next month. Have a look at it after the jump.
Girl power gets gory in KILLER KATE!, which Freestyle Digital Media has picked up for North American distribution. Release details and more can be found past the jump.
The horrific, bizarre and underground sides of cinema are showcased at the Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival, whose third edition runs next month. The full lineup has been announced.
The current Japanese fest fave ONE CUT OF THE DEAD isn’t the only new movie to adopt a single-take point of view on zombies; EYES OF THE DEAD brings that first-person experience later this month. Jump past the jump for the details, trailer and poster.
Writer/director Tilman Singer’s unique mood piece is confounding and engrossing in equal measure.
Two enduring genre gimmicks are combined in FOUND FOOTAGE 3D, a Shudder presentation that’s coming to Blu-ray and DVD next month. Read on for the full details and cover art, plus the trailer.
Writer/director Justin McConnell takes a thoughtful approach to the material that still allows for a number of scary and gruesome highlights.
The rodeo’s in town and the cowboys are out for blood in LASSO, from Epic Pictures’ Dread Central Presents brand. A trailer has just been issued, and the movie now has a date for general release.
The anthology frightfest VOLUMES OF BLOOD is reopening in a Special KILLectors Edition Blu-ray packed with new extras. Jump past the jump for an exclusive first look at the cover and all the details.
Writer/director Gareth Evans, who kicked our asses with the RAID movies and terrified us with the “Safe Haven” segment of V/H/S 2, is back in evil-cult territory with the Netflix original APOSTLE. The poster has just been unveiled.
CJ Entertainment, a major player in the Korean media world, is getting scary with a new specialty label devoted to releasing both Asian- and English-language productions in the horror genre.
A malevolent force overtakes an innocent man and an aggressive trailer gives you the highlights of IT LIVES INSIDE, coming next week. Jump past the jump for an exclusive first look.
Rhys Wakefield, who played the memorably vicious baddie in the first PURGE, is back as the twisted lead of the psychothriller THE GRAND SON, out next month. We’ve got an exclusive first look at the trailer.
Once the horror truly takes hold, it doesn’t do so in the expected ways… The places it does eventually go are graphic and nasty and seriously disturbing.
For decades, hockey masks have been associated with one particular horror icon, but now the undead are taking the ice in AHOCKALYPSE. It debuts next month; read on for the details, trailer and poster.
The titillation remains between the people on screen, as the thrills the movie seeks to elicit from the audience are of a deeper, personal variety.
Following a successful festival run (which includes a showing next Wednesday, August 1 at Montreal’s Fantasia), Colin Minihan’s psychochiller WHAT KEEPS YOU ALIVE sees general release later next month. Jump past the jump to see the latest trailer.
Adam Egypt Mortimer, the filmmaker behind SOME KIND OF HATE and the “New Year’s Eve” segment of HOLIDAYS, has begun shooting his second feature, the supernatural thriller DANIEL ISN’T REAL.
Opening this weekend for IFC Midnight, OUR HOUSE is about a trio of siblings who discover they’re sharing their home with unquiet spirits. As a tie-in to the movie, you can now take a SpectreTest to see if you’re in paranormal danger.
THE WILD BOYS aren’t what they seem in an unusual new thriller debuting in theaters next month. Read on for an exclusive first look at the poster and a clip from the movie.
Hot on the news that Daniel Goldhaber’s CAM has won a pair of awards at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival, where it made its world premiere, comes word that it has been picked up for distribution.
With Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival now in its third week, the winners of its juried awards have been announced, representing a wide spectrum of genre fare.
Fantasia ’18 Review: “CHUCK STEEL: NIGHT OF THE TRAMPIRES” is an ’80s-homaging, puppet-splattering blast
Just when you thought it wasn’t safe to be politically incorrect, along comes CHUCK STEEL: NIGHT OF THE TRAMPIRES to blast huge holes in any and all notions of good taste, and make you crack up big time along the way.
FrightFest and FAB Press join forces to launch THE FRIGHTFEST GUIDE TO GHOST MOVIES, which goes on sale during Arrow Video FrightFest 2018, Aug 23-Aug 27.
The heroine of ALONG CAME THE DEVIL has a frightening late-night visitor in an exclusive excerpt from the movie (which opens next month) that you can see past the jump.
With his long-awaited feature directorial debut, Dennison Ramalho solidifies his status as a serious talent on the international horror scene.
Fresh from terrifying audiences in theaters, Ari Aster’s breakout horror feature HEREDITARY comes to home video in September; read on for the complete specs, cover art and new trailer.
With smart and ambitious horror fare continuing to emerge from all over the world, Yellow Veil Pictures is launching at the Frontières Co-Production Market during the current Fantasia International Film Festival, and has already snapped up a strong selection of fright titles.
On a big day for forest-dwelling killers, we’ve got the exclusive first look at a batch of photos from the upcoming sequel DON’T F*** IN THE WOODS 2, along with words from the filmmakers.
Making its Canadian premiere at Montreal’s Fantasia and also hitting U.S. theaters and VOD tomorrow, THE NIGHT EATS THE WORLD is an unusual and effective variation on zombie/survival tropes. RUE MORGUE got an exclusive sit-down with its creators.
Ozploitation fans will pig out when Australia’s Umbrella Entertainment issues the giant-killer-boar classic RAZORBACK on all-region Blu-ray this summer. Read on for the details and early (not final) cover art.
The North Bend Film Festival, taking place in the Washington State town that played host to David Lynch’s TWIN PEAKS, announced the full slate for its inaugural edition, and it includes some unique and unusual genre fare.
Exclusive Interview and Photos: Writer/director Geoff Redknap on creating a different kind of invisible man for “THE UNSEEN,” Part Two
Makeup effects artist turned writer/director Geoff Redknap goes into detail about how his unique protagonist was realized on screen.
A priest experiences signs that a convent may contain THE DEVIL’S DOORWAY in an exclusive excerpt from the latest IFC Midnight release. Check it out after the jump.
A number of familiar faces confront a birth gone bad in CYNTHIA, the first feature from the folks behind Girls and Corpses magazine. It’s coming later this year, and we’ve got the exclusive first look at the trailer.
Vengeance is theirs, and it could become truly shocking in 3: AN EYE FOR AN EYE, a confinement thriller set for release next month. Jump past the jump for an exclusive first peek at the trailer.
Exclusive Interview: Writer/director Geoff Redknap on creating a different kind of invisible man for “THE UNSEEN,” Part One
While his protagonist is slowly vanishing, makeup effects veteran turned first-time feature writer/director Geoff Redknap receives more exposure this week as his sci-fi thriller THE UNSEEN sees release. We’ve got an exclusive, in-depth chat with the filmmaker about his fresh look at a classic character.
After terrifying audiences at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival and elsewhere with his short films LOVE FOR MOTHER ONLY and NINJAS, and the Coffin Joe movie EMBODIMENT OF EVIL (which he co-scripted), Brazilian filmmaker Dennison Ramalho has his feature directorial debut THE NIGHTSHIFTER world-premiering at Fantasia this month. We’ve got the new trailer and a couple of pics to share.
Beating THE HAPPYTIME MURDERS into the marketplace, the all-puppet horror flick HEAD goes into general release next Friday the 13th. Read on for some exclusive photos and words from the filmmakers.
Exclusive photo, director comments: FrightFest premiere “HELL IS WHERE THE HOME IS,” with Fairuza Balk
World-premiering at London’s Arrow Video FrightFest in August, HELL IS WHERE THE HOME IS marks the second feature directing venture by Orson Oblowitz, following his award-winning horror-noir film QUEEN OF HOLLYWOOD BLVD. We’ve got an exclusive pic and words from the filmmaker.
When bullets aren’t enough, the lycanthropic officer of ANOTHER WOLFCOP has claws to back them up. Check out an exclusive clip from the horror/comedy sequel, going into release tomorrow, after the jump.
“SUMMER OF 84,” “PIERCING,” Russian horror premieres and more join 2018 Popcorn Frights Film Festival
The fourth annual Popcorn Frights Film Festival, the biggest event of its kind in the Southeast U.S., has added a bunch more hot horror titles to its lineup.
In addition to the many exciting feature films screening at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival next month, a host of short movies will be showcased as well. Read on for the full lineup.
Director Brett DeJager and screenwriter/actor Keith Melcher are reteaming to sequelize last year’s horror/comedy BONEJANGLES with BONEJANGLES 2: BRIDE OF BONEJANGLES. We got the first word on a bit of casting news.
Fest faves “WHAT KEEPS YOU ALIVE” and “COLD SKIN” dated for late summer/early fall; new “SKIN” trailer/poster
After attracting lots of positive attention at festivals (they’re both at Montreal’s Fantasia next month), Colin Minihan’s WHAT KEEPS YOU ALIVE and Xavier Gens’ COLD SKIN now have dates for general release.
Genre veteran Keith David (THE THING, THEY LIVE) takes over for Clarence Williams III in TALES FROM THE HOOD 2, world-premiering at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival on Friday, July 13. Tied to that screening, three photos have now been released for the sequel.
The new British independent feature SHE LIVED ON FRANKLIN AVENUE digs deep into the psyche of a damaged young woman, and we’ve got the exclusive first look at the trailer, a new pic and poster and words from the creators.
The Stephen King-movie reboot trend continues with the new screen version of FIRESTARTER coming from Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions, who have now signed a filmmaker to helm the project.
It was announced today that writer/director Justin McConnell’s LIFECHANGER will have its world premiere July 20 at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival, and we’ve got exclusive photos from the movie and words from McConnell to share, along with the trailer and poster.
Final wave of Fantasia 2018 announcements includes Nicolas Cage’s “MANDY,” new Takashi Miike and more!
The last round of titles has just been revealed for next month’s Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal, sealing the deal that this is North America’s most exciting genre fest. Jump past the jump for all the info!
Ever since his debut film COMBAT SHOCK (pictured), director Buddy Giovinazzo has specialized in gritty drama and thriller features. He now aims to get back to horror territory with a project called MANIFESTATION.
The award-winning, women-led fantasy/horror hybrid DARKEN opens across Canada this Friday, June 29, and we’ve got an exclusive clip to share that emphasizes its disturbing side.
Horror fave Barbara Crampton stars in the terror-in-the-woods opus DEAD NIGHT, which sees release next month. Read on for the details, trailer and poster.
The ability to talk to the dead may seem like a good idea when you’re grieving, but it has its perils, as seen in IFC Midnight’s OUR HOUSE. Jump past the jump to see the new trailer and poster.
All the characters' quarreling has the effect of crowding Gags himself out of his own movie.
A gathering of horror devotees becomes a slaughterhouse in the horror/comedy BLOOD FEST, which has splattered viewers at a bunch of real fright festivals and has now been dated for a multi-platform release, and has a new trailer.
Andy Mitton, who created the much-praised chillers YELLOWBRICKROAD and WE GO ON with Jesse Holland, goes solo with the supernatural frightfest THE WITCH IN THE WINDOW, which world-premieres at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival next month. Check out the trailer after the jump.
The threat is even more massive when THE PREDATOR returns to Earth this fall. Jump past the jump for the latest trailer, featuring not-of-this-world creatures and NSFW language.
Single-location stories are always attractive to filmmakers working on the independent side, and British director Johnny Kevorkian found a corking good one in AWAIT FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS.
Sometimes, a sequel has little or nothing to do with what came before. But should it? Two writers enter the ring to battle it out…
The Washington State locale where TWIN PEAKS lensed is playing host to a new film festival, and a fresh batch of photos has been released from its world-premiering film MODEL HOME. See more of them after the jump.
Anyone who grew up on FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND magazine knows the work of artist Basil Gogos, and his many painted images for its covers were just part of his amazing output. A documentary celebrating the man and his art is in the works, and a crowd-funding campaign has been launched.
Exclusive comments: Joe Bob Briggs celebrates ’80s horror with Shudder’s “THE LAST DRIVE-IN” marathon
Legendary author, columnist, TV host and drive-in movie critic extraordinaire Joe Bob Briggs is coming to Shudder with a major movie marathon on Friday, July 13. We’ve got the details and exclusive words with Joe Bob, plus a teaser video.
Last week, Severin Films made the surprise announcement that it was releasing Buddy Giovinazzo’s notorious COMBAT SHOCK in a remastered Blu-ray package. With the disc out, we got some exclusive words with Giovinazzo about the restoration and COMBAT SHOCK’s legacy.
Hodder’s willingness to open up about painful subjects elevates TO HELL AND BACK above your typical horror-celebrity profile to something moving and meaningful.
The stars of OCULUS and DON’T BREATHE get caught up in more satirical mayhem in OFFICE UPRISING, a Sony Crackle original horror/comedy premiering next month. The new trailer and poster have just been released.
The MONSTER is human in a new film by British author-turned-filmmaker Matt Shaw, based on his novel of the same title that has hit number one on Amazon.com’s Horror Charts. We’ve got the info, pics and a pair of posters.
The biggest horror screening event in the Southeast U.S. has its fourth annual edition in August; read on for the first wave of announcements for Florida’s Popcorn Frights Film Festival.
A different kind of zombie/survival story is told by THE NIGHT EATS THE WORLD, which has won raves at festivals and now has a U.S. release date. Read on for that info and a look at the new poster.
Class will be in session for BOARDING SCHOOL at the end of the summer, and a trailer and poster for writer/director Boaz Yakin’s chiller have been released.
VIDAR THE VAMPIRE isn’t for every taste, and if some of its transgressions are more clever than others, it ultimately amuses more than it offends.
Busy indie filmmaker Henrique Couto has given his slasher opus BABYSITTER MASSACRE a format upgrade in conjunction with Camp Motion Pictures. Check out some exclusive screen grabs and all the details after the jump.
The people behind the horror anthology HI-8 have upgraded the format to HI-DEATH in their new feature, which is currently making the festival rounds. We’ve got an exclusive look at the new trailer.
The people behind the INSIDE “PSYCHO” and INSIDE “THE EXORCIST” podcasts are preparing to launch a third immersive audio experience devoted to an enduring horror classic. We’ve got exclusive words with creator/host Mark Ramsey along with the trailer.
Just when you thought it was safe to open your laptop, the sequel to the horror sleeper UNFRIENDED is coming this summer, and the trailer and poster have been unveiled.
“TALES FROM THE HOOD 2,” “ONE CUT OF THE DEAD” and more in second wave of Fantasia 2018 announcements!
A sequel to a cult-fave anthology chiller, a celebrated Japanese meta-zombie movie and new films from the directors of I SAW THE DEVIL, ANGUISH and the celebrated short LOVE FOR MOTHER ONLY are among the second round of features unveiled as part of the lineup at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival next month. Read on for all the info.
Pascal Laugier, writer/director of MARTYRS and THE TALL MAN, has another uncompromising tale of terror coming to screens as INCIDENT IN A GHOSTLAND debuts this month. The new trailer has just been unveiled, and you can see it after the jump.
The strangers are especially strange in MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT (no relation to RUE MORGUE’s anthology MINUTES PAST MIDNIGHT), a variation on home-invasion horror starring William Baldwin and Bill Moseley. Jump past the jump for the release info and an exclusive first look at the trailer, key art and photos.
A religious chiller inspired by the true and horrible story of Ireland’s Magdalene Catholic asylums, THE DEVIL’S DOORWAY sees American release next month, and the trailer and poster have just been released.
One of the most-desired ’80s titles on Blu-ray is on its way at last, as Unearthed Films has announced the 1988 H.P. Lovecraft adaptation THE UNNAMABLE as the first in its new Unearthed Classics line. Read on for the full details and cover art.
In his first feature, Ari Aster demonstrates a remarkable grasp of both craft and character, and how to meld them into a gripping and terrifying viewing experience.
Indie filmmaker Todd Sheets, who won a following for his shot-on-video fright flicks in the 1980s and ’90s, is back with the lycanthropicture BONEHILL ROAD. We’ve got the exclusive first look at the new trailer and promo art, and word on the release.
The 2018 edition of Brazil’s Fantaspoa festival wrapped up this past week, and the winners of its multiple awards have been revealed, along with the launch of its genre-centric distribution arm.
Michael Myers is back and Laurie Strode thinks she’s ready for him in HALLOWEEN, the highly anticipated reboot of John Carpenter’s classic. The first official trailer has hit the web; check it out past the jump.
JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM opens with a vivid, good ’n’ scary sequence making it clear that this series entry has more horror in its DNA than last time around.
One of the all-time best haunted-house films makes its long-awaited hi-def disc debut as THE CHANGELING arrives on special-edition Blu-ray this summer. Read on for the complete specs and the cover art, plus a trailer.
Recently founded distribution player Global Road Entertainment, which has the crime thriller HOTEL ARTEMIS opening this Friday, has slated a fright film with a (coincidentally) similar plot to this year’s big horror hit.
Exclusive “UPGRADE” Interview, Pt. 2: Leigh Whannell and Logan Marshall-Green on unique action and the “DIRTY DANCING” fight scene
Leigh Whannell’s hardcore sci-fi thriller UPGRADE opened over the weekend to solid box-office returns; today we present the second part of our exclusive interview with Whannell and star Logan Marshall-Green.
Filling out its slate for the summer, genre specialist IFC Midnight has set release dates for a trio of fright films, including the latest from the scripter of GOTHIKA and SNAKES ON A PLANE.
Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani, the duo behind AMER and THE STRANGE COLOR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS, concocted their latest delirious homage to Eurogenre cinema with LET THE CORPSES TAN, and details of its U.S. theatrical release have now been revealed, along with the new trailer and poster.
The first teaser trailer for the reboot of SUSPIRIA has hit the web, and it foreshadows an eerie viewing experience with a different style than Dario Argento’s original. Jump past the jump to check it out, plus the latest poster.
As the SUSPIRIA remake gathers its dark forces to strike this November, a quartet of teaser posters have been issued with eerie pronouncements and cautions. Check ’em out after the jump.