There's nothing more frightening than staring into the gaping maw of a shark and knowing that you're about to become lunch. There's no reasoning with these things, and it's nothing personal. You're just meat for the beast!
A trailer for the excellent found footage horror flick Delivery: The Beast Within (review) (or Delivery, as it was known in the UK) has arrived to induce labor! Let your water break, grab a mop, and enjoy!
If I never write another headline like the above for Stage Fright (review) again, I'll die a sad, sorry man. It's these little moments when I can be a complete degenerate that I live for. So good!
Though we don't have very many details at the moment, we've just gotten word that Brad Pitt's production company, Plan B, has acquired the rights to an upcoming genre flick, the title of which gives us our only indication as to what it's going to be about. Read on for the scoop!
Anchor Bay Canada scooped up Foresight Features' sci-fi thriller Ejecta, which comes our way courtesy of co-directors Chad Archibald and Matt Wiele, at the tail end of last year. As we wait for a wide release, we've got the very first trailer for you today, which looks to be as trippy as a movie about extraterrestrial contact should by all means be.
Bryan Binder makes his directorial debut with Breakway, set to premiere at this year's Cannes Film Festival. On tap for you today are the trailer and a couple pieces of creepy sales art for the flick, which looks to be one of those virtual room escape games come to life.
Another "Meet the Director" video is here for Legendary Pictures' upcoming take on Godzilla, only this time it focuses on the first moment when Gareth Edwards met the mighty king of the monsters. Read on!
Are you among the many heathens who tuned in to watch "Salem" on WGN America this past Sunday night? Looking forward to what's ahead? Then check out this new teaser video the network released to get a taste of the wicked things coming soon!
Dylan has a big decision to make as Season 2 of "Bates Motel" comes to an end, but before we pull the trigger on the final two episodes, let's take a quick look back at last night's excellent Episode 2.08, "Meltdown."
Even after all these years, the tales of Edgar Allan Poe still send shivers down our spines, and a new indie anthology is ready to share some of the man's most macabre with a whole new audience. Read on for the skinny on P.O.E.: Project of Evil!
Prep for Tonight's Supernatural with this Huge Image Gallery for Episode 9.19 - Alex Annie Alexis Ann
Curious about what's in store for us tonight when Sheriff Mills returns to "Supernatural"? Well then, settle in for a few minutes and check out this massive image gallery from The CW for Episode 9.19 - "Alex Annie Alexis Ann."
After making a killing in the United States, Indiecan Entertainment is releasing Travis Long’s Kill Me Now (written by Cracked.com’s Michael Swaim) on VOD across Canada, today, April 22nd, 2014. The horror-comedy will be available on iTunes, Rogers, Bell, MTS, and more.
It's been a couple of years since last we spoke about the new indie horror effort You Are Not Alone, but with the passage of time has come good things, including a new poster and trailer. Check 'em out!
Tuesdays are when new books are typically released, and horror fans usually don’t have too much trouble finding something to read. There is Amazon of course and publishers like Samhain and Cemetery Dance…
We're still wrapping our heads around what went down in last Friday night's "Hannibal," and from these stills from this week's Episode 2.09, "Shiizakana," it appears we're not yet done with Jeremy Davies' character of Peter Bernardone...