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Finishing Touches Being Made to The Girl; New Teaser Trailer Unveiled

Along with all the other projects you've seen her name linked to over the past several months, Jennifer Blanc-Biehn is deep in post-production on her sophomore directorial effort, The Girl, and as she readies the film for presentation to the market, she provided us with a look at its new teaser.

Joel Soisson Goes Cam2Cam for Online Terror

Director Joel Soisson (Pulse 2: Afterlife, Pulse 3, Children of the Corn: Genesis) is back with a new film for the digital age entitled Cam2Cam (formerly DARKnet), and right now we have the poster, trailer, and release details for ya! Dig 'em!

Let's Get Cute with the Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare PS4 Developer Diary

Look at your DVDs. If your beloved copy of Maniac sits next to a beaten up copy of The Little Mermaid, we have news for you. For those who love horror but have a soft spot for bright colors and all things cute, here's a look at bringing Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare to life on the PS4.

Devilish New Trailer for The Devil Incarnate

Indie filmmaker L. Gustavo Cooper is back with another tale of terror called The Devil Incarnate, and it's getting set for an October 7, 2014, DVD release from RLJ / Image Entertainment. Read on for the official trailer and more!

Two New Trailers for The Dead 2

On tap right now are both red and green band trailers for The Ford Brothers' eagerly awaited sequel to their film The Dead, entitled The Dead 2 (aka The Dead 2: India), which is on its way to Blu-ray and DVD courtesy of Anchor Bay. Check them out!

Olivia Wilde and Luke Wilson Head to Meadowland

We know next to nothing about the upcoming flick Meadowland other than the basic plot and that it's a psychological thriller (whatever that means). Neither does anyone else for that matter, except for those involved. Still, in case you're interested...

Elisabeth Moss to Deliver the Queen of Earth

Another flick described as "Rosemary's Baby-esque" is on its way. It's entitled Queen of Earth, and we have all the latest info on it right here. Interested? Then read on! Not interested? Go watch Rosemary's Baby again!

The Scribbler Finally Scribbles Out a Trailer

December of 2013 was the last time we told you about the film adaptation of the graphic novel The Scribbler. Finally there's a trailer to share with you cats. XLrator Media’s sci-fi action-thriller The Scribbler is set to open September 19th.

Alex Kurtzman Ready to Wrap Up The Mummy

First it was Len Wiseman who left Universal's proposed reboot of The Mummy. Then it was Mama director Andres Muschietti who flew the Eqyptian coop. Now, producer Alex Kurtzman is throwing caution to the wind and directing the flick himself.

Eliza Graves Takes Up Residence in Stonehearst Asylum

Time to play the name game, kids, though it will not be nearly as entertaining as it was during "American Horror Story: Asylum." Eliza Graves has gotten itself a new title, Stonehearst Asylum. Look for it via Millennium Films on October 24th.

Kino Lorber Releasing Seventies Snake-Charming Carrie Clone Jennifer on DVD and Blu-ray for the First Time

Kind of a shame the Carrie remake wasn’t a bigger hit because part of me would like to believe that might lead to a remake of the obscure 1978 knock-off Jennifer. Thanks to Scorpion Releasing, “The Snake Goddess” will be reborn on Blu-ray.

See a Quick Clip from True Blood Episode 7.07 - May Be the Last Time

As the final season of "True Blood" begins winding down, HBO is being a bit stingy with its sneak peeks of upcoming episodes, and all we have for you today is a quick 16-second clip from Episode 7.07, "May Be the Last Time."

Wesley Snipes Wants to Do Another Blade

Back in 2004, before Dread Central was allowed to ejaculate its spunk upon the horror genre, Wesley Snipes was pretty vocal about not wanting to do another Blade movie after Blade: Trinity. Now that he's out of jail, his tune has changed... a lot.

Rodrigo Cortes Heads Down a Dark Hall for Lionsgate

Lionsgate and Buried director Rodrigo Cortés are joining up once again for a big screen adaptation of Lois Duncan’s 1974 young-adult novel Down a Dark Hall. Read on for the first details.

TIFF 2014: REC 4 Image Gallery Now Apocalypse Ready

Playing as part of the Toronto International Film Festival's Midnight Madness programme is [REC] 4: Apocalypse and right now we have a boatload of new demonic imagery for you guys to chew on! Dig it!