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Scooby And The Gang Team Up With Courage For A New Animated Movie

    When it comes to dogs from the world of cartoons, Scooby-Doo and Courage lead the pack. The two mighty mutts are teaming up for a new animated adventure and we’ve got the trailer!     In Straight Outta Nowhere: Scooby-Doo Meets Courage the Cowardly Dog, Scooby, and the Mystery Machine gang meet Courage, Muriel, […]

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The Horror-Comedy ‘Too Late’ Coming To Theaters And Digital Tomorrow

This June, indie horror meets comedy in Too Late, directed by D.W. Thomas and written by Tom Becker. Set in Los Angeles, the film follows Violet Fields who works a thankless job as the assistant to Bob Devore, famed comedian, and host of the live variety show, “Too Late”. But what only Violet knows is […]

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Phsychoplogical Horror-Thriller ‘Blurred Vision’ Out Today On DVD & Digital

Ivan Elmer makes his feature directorial debut with the Danish psychological horror-thriller Blurred Vision.   Blurred Vision (originally titled Tågesyn) follows Andre (Niklas Herskind, Neon Heart) and Elisa (Ida Rasmussen, People Get Eaten), a couple who has recently discovered they’re expecting their first child. Full of hope and excitement for their family’s future, they move to the countryside […]

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Yellow Veil Pictures Taking New Horror Film ‘Hellbender’ To Cannes Market

    Ahead of the virtual Cannes Pre-Screening market, arthouse genre outfit Yellow Veil Pictures have added worldwide sales rights to Hellbender from directors Toby Poser, Zelda Adams, and John Adams, which is set to world premiere at the upcoming Fantasia International Film Festival.   The film follows “16-year-old Izzy (Zelda Adams), who leads an […]

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OITNB’s Taryn Manning Playing A “Karen” In New Social Horror-Thriller (Trailer)

    The name Karen has become synonymous with petty, bitchy, often racist, behavior. Director Coke Daniels’ new socially relevant horror-thriller Karen, is capitalizing on that. The newly released trailer is here and it reminds us that evil comes in many forms.     Already completed, the film centers on “Karen Drexler (Manning), a racist […]

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From The Producer Of Cabin Fever Comes ‘Woe’ – Out Now On DVD & On Demand

    From the producer of Cabin Fever comes Woe. To celebrate its release this week, we’ve got a brand new trailer that teases a dark, suspenseful film.   Written and directed by Matthew Goodhue, the film stars Adam Halferty, Jessie Rabideau, Ryan Kattner, and James Russo.   “One year after their father’s death, Charlie endlessly repairs the old family house […]

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Siblings Face Off In The New ‘Rock, Paper And Scissors’ Trailer

    The new trailer is here for the dark horror-thriller Rock, Paper, and Scissors, which made its debut at Fantastic Fest before screening at FrightFest, the Brooklyn Film Festival, and more. Featuring elements of comedy, the Argentinean horror film tells of siblings who have embarked on a ‘bloody’ feud over an inheritance and stars […]

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New ‘Werewolves Within’ Clip Is Filled With Hair-Raising Action

    Ahead of its arrival in theaters this June, we’ve got a brand new clip from the laugh-out-loud horror-comedy Werewolves Within that gives you a taste of the hair-raising action.   “After a proposed pipeline creates divisions within the small town of Beaverfield, and a snowstorm traps its residents together inside the local inn, […]

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MGM Sinks Its Fangs Into A New ‘Blacula’ Movie

One of the most iconic vampires to ever bare their fangs is Blacula, played in the 1972 classic blaxploitation film starring William Marshall and directed by William Crain. Guess what, it’s getting a modern reimagining, Variety reports.   Before you get your panties in a bunch, you should know it’s more of a sequel than […]

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A Man Hunts His Prey In The New Clip From ‘Stalker’ Which Arrived Just Ahead Of Its Release

    Writer-director Tyler Savage‘s life or death thriller Stalker has hunted down a summer release date and a brand new clip   “In the wake of a messy break-up, Andy Escobedo decides to start fresh, relocating from Austin to Los Angeles. Eager to make new connections, he befriends Roger, an unusual rideshare driver. But when Roger’s […]

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