Archive | February, 2018


Sink Your Teeth Into The New ‘House Shark’ Trailer And Poster

  Sink your teeth into the new trailer for SRS Cinema’s upcoming release House Shark from writer-director Ron Bonk (She Kills, Clay). We also have new artwork to share with you ahead of the film’s summer release. Synopsis: You’re gonna need a bigger house! When Frank (Trey Harrison) finds his happy home under attack by a […]

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Uninvited Guests Unleash Terror In The ‘Don’t Look’ Trailer

Latina director Lucianna Faulhaber’s debut feature Don’t Look injects current events into the traditional horror genre tropes. The film has now been acquired by Wild Eye Releasing. Don’t Look centers on five New York City Millennials who escape the big city for a rustic Thanksgiving weekend in the country. But as will happen in horror, something […]

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‘Pyewacket’ Will Cast A Spell On Viewers This March

Writer-director Adam MacDonald’s dark tale Pyewacket will be casting a spell on viewers come this March. Laurie Holden, who played the role of Andrea on AMC’s “The Walking Dead”, co-stars alongside Nicole Muñoz, Chloe Rose, and Eric Osborne.     Synopsis: When you’re dealing with demons, be careful what you wish for… In this ultra-unsettling occult nightmare, teenage […]

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Larry Fessenden To Return To The Director’s Chair For ‘Depraved’

  Legendary horror actor-director-producer Larry Fessenden is poised to make his return to the director’s chair with his Frankenstein inspired film Depraved. New details recently came to light during an interview Fessenden had with Daily Dead. Depraved, “a re-imagining of Mary Shelley’s timeless classic Frankenstein, centers on Henry, a field surgeon suffering from PTSD after combat in the […]

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Movie Review: The Lullaby Will Ensure You Sleep Uneasy!

Teen mom Chloe returns home to Eden Rock in order to have the support of her mother in raising her infant son. Man it would suck if the place was a concentration camp a hundred or so years ago where babies were summarily executed. Anyway, that baby gets to constantly cryin’, Chloe falls into a […]

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Annihilation Review: Lovecraft Done Right

There’s a sense of unease all throughout Annihilation, the latest film from Ex Machina director Alex Garland. The strange color palette, booming techno-esque score,and oddly detached performances from the actors add up to a film that is immensely strange, beautiful, and utterly alienating. Few films have really nailed down what made Lovecraft’s monsters so powerful; […]

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Horror Games That Need A High Definition Remake

Many games in recent times have been given an HD reboot to be compatible with more recent gamming consoles, Resident Evil (Biohazard) has been given a complete makeover with an all new HD game called Resident Evil (Biohazard) HD Remaster that’s available on PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox One. This would be the game’s second […]

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