Archive | June, 2015


Theater Full Of Young Children Accidentally Shown Horror Movie

Imagine if you will, a crowded theater full of young children and their parents, expecting to see a delightful animated movie, but instead several minutes of an intense horror movie is played for all to see. That’s exactly what happened earlier this week at a theater in Ohio. Instead of ‘Inside Out’, an animated movie […]

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‘Killer Klowns From Outer Space’ Is Getting A Sequel !

After twenty five years, the 1988 psychedelic horror-comedy ‘Killer Klowns From Outer Space’ is getting a sequel.     ‘Killer Klowns For Outer Space’ starred  Grant Cramer, Suzanne Snyder, Michael S. Siefel and John Allen Nelson. Director Stephen Chiodo did a fantastic job of balancing the goofiness and horror in ‘Killer Klowns’. In the movie […]

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Women in Horror Spotlight: Monique Dupree

Monique Dupree is a Newark, New Jersey native who is referred to as ‘Tha Original Gata’ and is affectionately known by many horror fans to be the First Black Scream Queen. She is a jack of all trades in the entertainment industry. The model, actress, producer, director, costume designer, musician, publisher, and pro-wrestler (just to name […]

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Jaume Collet-Serra In Talks To Direct ‘In the Deep’

With Shark Week approaching and the 40th anniversary of ‘Jaws’, the news of shark related horror-thrillers are being announced. We have already reported that ‘Meg’ and ‘Sharknado 3’ are in the works. Now, we are here to tell you about another shark attack film that is being made, titled ‘In the Deep’. ‘In the Deep’ […]

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Mutation by Nerys Wheatley

Mutation by Nerys Wheatley is the first book in the Twenty-Five Percent series which takes a completely different take on what we think of as a zombie apocalypse narrative. Zombies aren’t just brain eating death machines, there are other ways that the virus can influence their physiology and behavior. Those who survive infection by zombies are […]

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A Look At The Australian Short Film ‘Waterborne’

  ‘Waterborne’, an Australian short film tells the story of a ranger, who is out testing the water supply of a small Australian town. The ranger is forced to stop his truck on an empty dark road, to keep from hitting a kangaroo in his path. Suddenly the ranger is under attack by a crazed beast that […]

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MTV Hosting A “Screamathon” This Weekend

MTV’s new series ‘Scream’ is approaching it’s premier, on June 30th. To celebrate MTV is having a “Screamathon”. During the event the cast of the series will be watching all four movies of Wes Craven’s ‘Scream’ franchise, along with viewers.   The “Screamathon” begins Saturday at 12:30 pm. Sit back and watch all four scream […]

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The First Look At ‘Outcast’ To Be Held At Comic Con

The attendees of the San Diego Comic Con will have a chance to get the first look at ‘Outcast’, the TV adaption of  the graphic novel by the same name, created by Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta. Kirkman and Chris Black, who are serving as executive producers for the Cinemax series, will be hosting the […]

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Rocker Slash Announces His Next Horror Film

Guns N’ Roses’ lead guitarist Slash, besides being an incredibly talented musician, is making his mark as a horror producer. His next project, ‘The Hell Within’ was written by Jeff Buhler, who,with Clive Barker, was also behind ‘The Midnight Meat Train’. Directing duties for ‘The Hell Within’ will be handled by Dennison Ramalho (Embodiment of […]

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The Title And Plot Revealed For The ‘Independence Day’ Sequel

Director Roland Emmerich, who also directed the first ‘Independence Day’, revealed the sequel’s title ‘Independence Day: Resurgence’ during a Q&A event with VSauce3 on location in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The cast was also introduced at the event, which includes Bill Pullman, Jeff Goldblum, Liam Hemsworth, Jessie Usher, Judd Hirsh and Vivica A. Fox. The plot […]

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