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From ‘The Blair Witch Project’s’ Eduardo Sanchez Comes “Ithaca: The Mini Series”

    Man In The Arena Films, Everything’s Fire, and The Blair Witch Project‘s Eduardo Sanchez bring you “Ithaca: The Miniseries“.   “Ithaca” is an adventure mini-series that takes you on a journey through the battlefield of the mind, on a man’s quest to heal his broken legacy.”   The ambitious first season has been […]

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Paranormal Activity’s Gregory Plotkin Teams Up With FaZe Clan For ‘Crimson’

Gregory Plotkin, the filmmaker behind Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension and Hell Fest, and editor of Get Out, is back with a new tale of terror titled Crimson.   Plotkin up with esports organization FaZe Clan for the film that will star YouTube personality FaZe Rug (Brian Awadis). The two have a combined 230 million […]

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Exclusive NSFW Clip From Horror Anthology ’10/31′

    10/31: A Halloween Horror Anthology, will finally make its long-awaited digital premiere at the Kings of Horror Youtube Channel, through Terror Films. Ahead of its premiere, we’ve got a new exclusive clip to share with our readers. Just a heads up, it’s NSFW!     The story has been described by the filmmakers […]

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Terror Films Unveils New Poster And Trailer Ahead Of ‘Red Letters’ Premiere

    Terror Films has now announced that  Jim Klock’s faith-based horror film, Red Letters will exclusively premiere on Kings of Horror. Ahead of the release, Terror Films has unveiled the official poster and trailer. In the story, a deputy vanishes without a trace while responding to a burglary call. Private Investigator Jim Knowles is […]

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Indie Revenge Horror ‘Serena Waits’ Premiering On Kings Of Horror Channel

    Genre distributor Terror Films has teamed with Kings of Horror for the World Premiere of Hunter Johnson’s indie revenge thriller Serena Waits! Written by Johnson, the film centers around Serena (Brialynn Massie, Must Love Horror), who attends a college frat party. When an alcohol-fueled hookup takes a violent and horrifying turn, Serena becomes the victim […]

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Indie Horror Anthology “Tales From Da Ville” Now Free On YouTube

The social thriller anthology series  “Tales from Da Ville” is now streaming free on Youtube. The anthology is hosted by Brooklyn’s own Rapper, Bam Vito, widely known for performing the theme song for the popular web series, “Money & Violence.” The rest of the talented New York cast are actors on the rise seen on […]

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Ice Nine Kills Drops Parody Song In Honor Of ‘Friday The 13th’ & Mother’s Day

    With isolation and quarantine taking place around the world people are getting creative and hosting live-stream events. During the #FearlessAtHome event yesterday the horror-themed theatercore group Ice Nine Kills celebrated the 40th anniversary of the genre classic Friday the 13th with the debut of their song “Jason’s Mom“, a parody of “Stacey’s Mom”, […]

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Some More 70’s Cheese You Can Watch On YouTube Right Now!

What can you do while stuck at home? Well, you can clean, you can get your taxes in order, or you can just sit and watch some free movies I found on YouTube that will entertain or give you something to laugh at! This time we have self-aware machinery, creepy trophy wives, curses, bad flights, […]

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Terror Films Releasing Free Films After Partnering With Watch Movies Now!

    Genre Distributor Terror Films has teamed with the AVOD YouTube Channel, Watch Movies Now! Terror Films has made its entire library available to Watch Movies Now which will kick off releases next week, starting with: The Bone Box (4/10), followed by Dead Body (4/17), After Dark (4/24) and The Chair (4/29). A Terror Film’s movie will be released weekly on the Watch Movies Now channel […]

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Cheesy 70’s Goodness You Can Watch On YouTube Right Now!

This time I’m doing something a little different when it comes to showing you free movies I found on YouTube. I was contacted by a reader asking me if I come across more films from the ’70s, well lucky for them (and you) that I was able to find some gems and will definitely try […]

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