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Black Comedy ‘Why Don’t You Just Die!’ Getting An April US Release

    In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic that has ground daily life to a halt around the globe, Arrow Video is proud to announce the US release of Why Don’t You Just Die!, a blood-soaked black comedy in the vein of Quentin Tarantino and Edgar Wright. Making his feature debut, writer-director Kirill Sokolov presents a […]

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This April Fans’ Favorite Villain Returns In ‘Into The Dark: Pooka Lives!’

    The fan-favorite villain Pooka returns to “Into the Dark” this April in “Pooka Lives” and he’s more murderous and terrifying than ever!   In the episode, “a group of thirty-something friends from high-school create their own Creepypasta about Pooka for laughs but are shocked when it becomes so viral on the Internet that […]

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The First Images From ‘The Power’ Prey Upon Our Fears Of The Darkness

    Today, we have the first look at director Corinna Faith‘s supernatural thriller The Power that preys upon our instinctual fear of the dark. Set in London in 1974 during a long, hard winter, “as striking miners switch off the power across Britain, rolling electrical blackouts plunge the country into darkness. Val (Rose Williams), a young […]

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Movie Review: ‘We Summon The Darkness’ Is Badass And Bloody

    Heavy metal and murder fill the 80s set horror We Summon the Darkness, starring Alexandra Daddario (Alexis), Maddie Hasson (Val) and Amy Forsyth (Bev) as a trio of young women on a mission. They head out to a concert, where the girls meet three guys, Mark (Keean Johnson), Kovacs (Logan Miller), and Ivan […]

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IFC Midnight’s ‘The Wretched’ Conjures New Trailer And Release Date

    From Brett Pierce and Drew Pierce, the writing-directing team behind the zombie cult hit Deadheads, comes a new tale of terror, The Wretched. Starring John-Paul Howard (Hell or High Water) and Piper Curda (I Didn’t Do It), in the film, following his parents’ separation, a rebellious teenage boy, Ben, is sent to live […]

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‘A Nun’s Curse’ Is Discovered In This Movie’s New Trailer

    From writer-director Tommy Faircloth (Family Possessions), and starring scream queen Felissa Rose (Sleepaway Camp & Silent Night, Zombie Night), comes A Nun’s Curse. Discover the horrifying truth about Sister Monday this May! “On a weekend trip, a group of friends are forced to seek shelter inside an abandoned prison where a nun named […]

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Camille Keaton Breaks Isolation To Seek Justice In ‘Cry For The Bad Man’ (Trailer)

    This May, I Spit On Your Grave’s Camille Keaton breaks isolation to seek justice in Cry for the Bad Man. “When a small-town widow is grieving in isolation, she receives a deadly ultimatum from the privileged sons of a local land developer to sell her beloved property. With 24 hours to decide and her […]

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This May Discover The Horror Anthology ‘Evil Little Things’ (Trailer)

      Zach Galligan (Gremlins) won’t be getting much sleep this May when Evil Little Things hits town! From director Matt Green  (Digging Up Graves, Dance of the Dead) and starring Hannah Fierman, Courtney Lakin, and Jonathan Horne, comes a deliciously wicked new horror anthology in the tradition of Creepshow, written by Yasmin Bakhtiari and […]

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Witness The Shepherd Speak In The New Clip From ‘The Other Lamb’

    Ahead of its April release, we have a new clip from the disturbing, yet mesmerizing cult thriller The Other Lamb, which received a 5 skull review from Horror Fuel. The Malgorzata Szumowska film, written by Catherine S. McMullen, stars Raffey Cassidy (Vox Lux, The Killing of a Sacred Deer), Michiel Huisman (The Invitation, Game of […]

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Tiffani Fest And Felissa Rose star In ‘For Jennifer’ Now On Demand

    Tiffani Fest, Felissa Rose, and Dominique Swain star in director Jody Barton’s exceedingly clever horror film For Jennifer. “After a surprise horror themed birthday party, Jennifer gets a scare that leads to an accident. Jennifer is a horror blogger and a huge horror movie fan. Her friends, to cheer her up after the […]

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