Archive | June, 2017

Ten Horror Films Actually In Need Of A Remake

The list of really good to near-perfect horror flicks that have been given the remake treatment in the last two decades is staggering, and doesn’t appear to be slowing down any time soon. ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’, ‘The Fog’, ‘Halloween’, ‘Fright Night’, and so many others have been remade, reworked, or rebooted for a […]

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Woman (In Horror) Crush Wednesday: Linda Blair

Well, my Little Monsters, we are at that point in the week where we make that downhill run towards the weekend. Now I had another actress originally slated to be highlighted today, but I made a calculated decision to focus on Linda Blair due to an event that’s happening this weekend. In two days Days […]

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‘FLESH OF THE VOID’ Premieres New Trailer

With Principal Photography wrapped on new, experimental horror film Flesh of the Void, a first trailer has shown up online. From first time feature director James Quinn, Void is shot on a combination of expired Super 8 film stock and 16 MM in order to achieve an uncomfortable vibe (the trailer is certainly disturbing.) Flesh of […]

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‘ALTAR’ Appears on VOD

Found Footage Festival hit Altar, after a successful limited theatrical run, is now set for VOD. As of July 1rst, Altar will be available on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Xbox, PlayStation Network, and on Hulu.   “Altar is the terrifying story of a group of college classmates who get lost driving to a reunion campout in the […]

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Official Trailer And Poster Unveiled For Terror Films’ ‘Hank Boyd Is Dead’

Today, distributor Terror Films debuts the official trailer, movie poster, and a new clip for the twisted horror-thriller, ‘Hank Boyd is Dead’. Check out the poster below. From writer/director Sean Melia (‘The Administrator’), comes the dark tale, which follows the story of struggling actress Sarah Walsh (portrayed by Stefanie E. Frame, ‘The Darkness II’). As […]

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‘IT’ Scares Up R Rating

Rejoice, horror fans, as it appears Pennywise won’t be holding back when it comes to visceral terror. Despite the studio trend of the last decade plus to make sure nearly every theatrical horror film gets a tame PG-13 rating, the new adaptation of Stephen King‘s beloved novel ‘IT’ will be rated R when it’s released […]

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