Archive | July, 2018


Josh Mendozas Dystopian Feature What Still Remains Gets An August Release

  Strike the Sun entertainment has just announced the release of the dystopian thriller What still Remains opening in theaters this August. “Set Twenty-five years after a viral outbreak decimated the population, the remaining survivors still fear that deadly illness and the feral “Changed” it has created. Against this post-apocalyptic backdrop, a young woman loses […]

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Legendary Adapting Julian Terry’s ‘They Hear It’ For Feature Film

Legendary Pictures has snatched up director Julian Terry’s short horror film They Hear It with the intentions of making a feature adaptation, taking the same path as Lights Out and Mama. Created by Terry as a proof of concept short film, The Hear It will mark his feature directorial debut. While full plot details for the […]

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Fraternity Life Turns Terrifying In The ‘Pledge’ Trailer Released Ahead Of FIFF Premiere

  Ahead of the premiere of Daniel Robbin’s Pledge this month at the Fantasia International Film Festival a new teaser trailer has been released giving us our first look at the film inspired by social thrillers. Pledge explores the long-running tradition of fraternities, hazing, and the dynamics that have led to deaths across American Campuses. It’s […]

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More Join The All Star Cast Of The Zombie Flick ‘The Dead Don’t Die’

More cast members have been announced for Jim Jarmusch‘s zombie flick The Dead Don’t Die, including comedy legend Bill Murray (Ghostbusters), Rosie Perez (White Men Can’t Jump), and Daniel Craig (Casino Royale). The cast list for the horror comedy reads like a who’s who of Hollywood and also includes Adam Driver (Star Wars: The Force Awakens), Selena Gomez, Austin Butler […]

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Arrow Video Announces Limited Edition ‘Candyman’ Blu-ray

  Candyman, Candyman, Candyman…is getting a limited edition Blu-ray release! Arrow Video has announced a limited edition release in the UK of one of the best horror films of the 90’s, Candyman. The film, directed by Bernard Rose, has been restored, so the picture and sound will be better than ever. The Blu-ray also has some serious special […]

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Short Film Review: Parlour Tricks (2018)

Family members gather in a Victorian parlour to attend a seance conducted to communicate with their deceased aunt…in order to determine how she wanted her possessions and money distributed as she left no will. As the seance occurs, these vultures…err, loving relatives encounter a spirit close to them, but not exactly the one they intended […]

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Blu-ray Review: What Have They Done to Your Daughters? (1974)

After a naked pregnant woman is found hung from the rafters in an attic (and not unlike an overcrowded submarine, she is packed to the gills with semen), Inspector Silvestri (Claudio Cassinelli) and Assistant District Attorney Vittoria Stori (Giovanna Ralli) spring into action. As the duo dig deeper they discover the victim was part of an under-age […]

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Humans Aren’t The Only Species Fighting To Survive In The Predator’s Latest Trailer

  It’s scary to think that there is something out there bigger, smarter, faster, and more badass than Predator. But there is, the “Ultimate Predator”, and that’s exactly what we get an eye full of in the latest trailer for Shane Black’s The Predator.  The Predator may be hunting us, but the “Ultimate Predator” is hunting […]

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James Wan’s ‘The Children’ Gets A New Name And Teaser Trailer

  The James Wan-produced horror film The Children has a new title and teaser trailer. Now renamed The Curse of La Llorona, the film was directed by Michael Chaves and written by Mikki Daughtry and Tobias Iaconis. Linda Cardellini, Patricia Velasquez, Jaynee-Lynne Kinchen, Roman Christou, Raymond Cruz, and Sean Patrick Thomas star. “The story follows a social worker who, […]

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