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Kill of the Week: Skinned Alive in ‘Dagon’

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Every week, we spotlight a kill that we just can’t get enough of. This is Kill of the Week. Stuart Gordon sure has brought some unforgettable horror to the screen over the years, huh? Much of Gordon’s work has drawn direct inspiration from the writings of H.P. Lovecraft, including standout gems Re-Animator, From Beyond and Castle […] »


- John Squires

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Every Character in ‘Leatherface’ Who Connects to a Previous ‘Chainsaw’ Film

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The saw is most definitely family in brand new prequel Leatherface. Now available exclusively through DirecTV, with a traditional VOD release to follow on October 20, Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo’s Leatherface returns to the continuity of the original franchise, taking place before both the original Texas Chain Saw Massacre and 2013’s Texas Chainsaw 3D. […] »


- John Squires

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Trailer for ‘M.F.A.’, One of the Most Important Films of the Year

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After being sexually assaulted, Francesca Eastwood plays an art student who confronts her attacker and digs deeper into campus violence in this timely, unpredictable thriller. One of the most important movies of the year, the acclaimed revenge thriller M.F.A. will be available in select theaters and on digital platforms October 13, 2017. The film, from director Natalia Leite and writer […] »


- Brad Miska

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In the Spirit of Re-Animator and From Beyond, Watch Andrew Bowser’s Short Film “House Mother”

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If you’re a Nerdist fan you are probably familiar with Andrew Bowser. If not, he’s an incredibly talented filmmaker who’s responsible for some of their funniest and most viewed clips as their in-house art director. He’s also a huge horror fan and House Mother is his latest short film created as a proof of concept for […] »


- Tom Owen

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Star of Scariest “The X-Files” Episode Joins Season 11 Cast

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Easily the most infamous episode of “The X-Files” was Season 4’s ‘Home,’ centered on Mulder and Scully’s investigation of the Peacocks, a family of deformed farmers who have not left their secluded house in a decade. The episode proved to be so controversial that Fox decided to not even re-air it. Via EW today, ‘Home’ […] »

- John Squires

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Bruised ‘mother!’ Poster Juxtaposes the Love and Hate for Darren Aronofsky’s Horror Film

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Director Darren Aronofsky took to reddit this morning for an impromptu Ama, while also revealing a brand new poster for mother! heading into its second weekend of release. It bombed, mostly because It took all the money out of the box office and left scraps for everyone else. Audiences also hated it, awarding it with an “F” Cinemascore. And […] »


- Brad Miska

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Series of Limited Edition ‘Night of the Demons’ Posters Pays Tribute to Original Art

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Angela is having a party. Jason and Freddy are too scared to come… When it comes to horror movies that deserve to be watched every Halloween season, Kevin S. Tenney’s Night of the Demons is no doubt near the top of the list. Released in 1988, the film centers on a Halloween party that takes […] »


- John Squires

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Why You Should Spend This Weekend at Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights!

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On Friday, September 15th, I was fortunate enough to attend Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights on behalf of Bloody Disgusting in Los Angeles, California. During my visit, I witnessed a Stephen King nightmare unspooling before my eyes, came face to face with Henrietta fresh out of the fruit cellar, and was chased by many, many pig- […] »


- Kalyn Corrigan

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Remember When Sam Returned for a Series of Official ‘Trick ‘r Treat’ Shorts?

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Today is the first day of Fall. And that means Sam is near. Believe it or not, it’s been 10 years since we first met the lovable pumpkin boy known as Sam in Michael Dougherty’s Trick ‘r Treat, made in 2007 but not widely released on home video until October of 2009. In these past […] »


- John Squires

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Marvel’s “The Punisher” Blasts Onto Netflix Next Month

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I’m unsure why the secrecy, but a new issue of Total Film is alleging that Marvel’s “The Punisher” series will be streaming on Netflix on Friday, October 13th. We’ll update when the release date is officially redacted. In the new series, “After exacting revenge on those responsible for the death of his wife and children, […] »

- Brad Miska

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Trailer for ‘Les Affamés’ (‘Ravenous’) Looks Like it Slays!

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A remote village in Quebec is terrorized by a flesh-eating plague, in the latest from Robin Aubert. Actor Marc-André Grondin (Goon) stars in the arthouse horror thriller Les Affamés (Ravenous), alongside actress Monia Chokri (Venice/Tiff 2016 selection Réparer les vivants), Veteran actresses Micheline Lanctôt (My Internship in Canada) and Brigitte Poupart (Monsieur Lazhar). Directed by Aubert, who also penned the script, “The film follows a group of rural villagers […] »


- Brad Miska

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‘F’ This! – The Most Hated Films in Horror

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Recently Darren Aronofsky’s mother! was slapped with an extremely rare “F” CinemaScore from audiences. Despite the film’s initial marketing, mother! is anything but a typical Satanic Panic/hysterical woman thriller. Granted, those familiar with Aronofsky’s work should have been fully aware of what they were getting themselves into as they entered the theater. Nonetheless, it appears “general audiences” […] »


- Zachary Paul

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New “Creating Pennywise” Featurette Includes Behind the Scenes ‘It’ Footage

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“I wanted to create something unsettling. This feeling that you never know what’s gonna happen when the clown’s around.” To say that director Andy Muschietti and actor Bill Skarsgård did justice to Pennywise with this year’s It would probably be a massive understatement. Skarsgård’s Pennywise is both deeply terrifying and instantly iconic in his own right; […] »


- John Squires

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Asylum’s ‘2-Headed Shark Attack’ in Theaters Next Week at Cinemark!

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The Asylum, the studio behind the hit Sharknado franchise and Syfy’s “Z Nation,” recently announced a partnership with Cinemark Theatres for a late-night theatrical movie series dedicated to homegrown horror, thriller, sci-fi and cult cinema. Dubbed “Thursday Nights at The Asylum,“ the big screen experience launches next week on September 28 in 76 Cinemark theaters across the country with 2-Headed Shark Attack. Starring Brooke Hogan, Carmen […] »


- Brad Miska

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‘Super Dark Times’: Two Friends Have an Awkward Encounter in This Exclusive Clip

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Heading into Fantastic Fest ahead of it’s theatrical release is Kevin Phillips’ teenage nightmare Super Dark Times, which was actually penned by Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski, who wrote our V/H/S spinoff SiREN. I raved about the psychological thriller, explaining that “Super Dark Times is tragedy in its purest of forms, removing the safety blanket from suburbia, tormenting the town with a morbid tale […] »


- Brad Miska

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Celluloid Screams Imagines a ‘Hellraiser’/’Suspiria’ Crossover

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Back for a ninth edition Sheffield’s genre festival, Celluloid Screams has opened the Lament Configuration in the prestigious Tanz Dance Academy with their event poster.  The artwork by Mute honours screenings of Hellraiser with special guests of none other than The Chatterer (Nicholas Vince) and Frank (Geoff Portass) as well as the 4K presentation of […] »


- Jonny Bunning

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Director Talks ‘Twisted Metal’ Film That Almost Was; Nic Cage as Sweet Tooth?!

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“That was gonna be badass… batshit.” You may remember that the Twisted Metal video game franchise was going to be turned into a feature film by Sony back in 2012, with Crank and Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance co-director Brian Taylor at the helm. Unfortunately, it ended up in development Hell. Speaking with Collider this week, Taylor […] »


- John Squires

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Several More Head Down Amazon’s “Carnival Row”

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Amazon is rounding out its cast for “Carnival Row”, adding David Gyasi (Interstellar), Karla Crome (Under the Dome), Indira Varma (Game of Thrones), and Tamzin Merchant (Salem) to the eight-episode straight-to-series fantasy drama, from Rene Echevarria, Travis Beacham, Paul McGuigan and Legendary Television, says Deadline. They join previously cast Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne. “Carnival […] »


- Brad Miska

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Arrow Video Bringing 4K Restoration of Original ‘Carrie’ to Blu-ray

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In the world of Stephen King, Carrie is an incredibly important tale. Not only was it the first novel King had published, but it was also the first one to be adapted into a feature film. Brian De Palma directed the first adaptation of Carrie in 1976, and it’s just been given a stunning new […] »


- John Squires

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‘1922’: Trailer for Netflix’s Stephen King Adaptation is Infested with Rats, Murder, and Ghosts!

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A storm is brewing in the trailer for Netflix’s 1922, their next adaptation of Stephen King’s novella that follows the events after a man, played by Thomas Jane, kills his wife. The tale is told from the perspective of Wilfred James (Jane), the story’s unreliable narrator who admits to killing his wife, Arlette (Molly Parker), with his son […] »


- Brad Miska

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