RIP Casey Kasem: We Thank You for Your Dedication to Shagginess and the Pursuit of Terrifying Monsters

On June 15th one of the most recognizable voices in radio and television died, succumbing to lingering complications of Lewy Body Dementia. At 82 years of age the legendary Casey Kasem passed on to the next level of existence.

New Stills and Clips Provide a Sneak Peek of the Salem Season 1 Finale Episode 1.13 - All Fall Down

We admit that when we first heard about "Salem," we were skeptical, but we've never been happier to be proven wrong! The show absolutely rocks, and on tap now are several stills and a pair of clips from the finale, Episode 1.13, "All Fall Down."

The Gasp Menagerie: Woman Claims Grandma Sent Selfie From Hell

Lately, I'd venture that 90% of all photos taken by humans have been selfies. The advent of smartphones with cameras pointed backwards brought forth a plague of narcissistic photography as well as horrors such as the "duck face."

First Sleepy Hollow Season 2 Promo Rides In

While we wait to see what the cast and crew of "Sleepy Hollow" tell us about Season 2 during the upcoming San Diego Comic-Con, the first promo for the show's September 22nd return has landed online, and we have it for you right here.

Guillermo del Toro Working on Low Budget Creature Feature

After working on big budget movies for a while, it's always wonderful to see one of your favorite directors do something a bit more intimate. That's exactly the case for Guillermo del Toro, who just dropped some really interesting news over on Collider.

Scorching First Look at Love Sick

They say a picture speaks a 1,000 words. When it comes to Love Sick starring Francisco Barreiro (Here Comes the Devil) and Tristan Risk (American Mary), that couldn't be more true. Check out the delightfully nasty first promo image!

Come Back to Me for Artwork and Nearly a Dozen Stills

On tap right now are some surprisingly bloody new stills and the first poster art for the creepy looking new film Come Back to Me. Check them out, and look for more on this one as soon as we get it!

#SDCC14: Bates Motel Bringing Norman's Basement to the Show Floor

We told you a few days ago what "Bates Motel" has planned for this year's San Diego Comic-Con, but now we've learned that Norman Bates' basement is being recreated on the show floor, allowing fans to interact with his taxidermy studio and more!

Sharknado: The Video Game Coming to iOS; New Book Also Available Now

The stampede of B-movie glory that is Sharknado stampedes on as the schlock masterpiece expands into the video game market with Sharknado: The Video Game for iOS. The trade paperback How to Survive a Sharknado and Other Unnatural Disasters is available now.

Lyle Keeps Horror at Bay; First Clip

Playing July 12th at Outfest in Los Angeles is writer director Stewart Thorndike's new film Lyle, which is said to be cut from the same umbilical chord as Rosemary's Baby. The Hollywood Reporter scored the first clip, and we have it for you right here.

Get a Sneak Peek of The Dead Files Season 6 Premiere

Travel Channel's "The Dead Files" returns on Saturday, July 12th, with its Season 6 premiere, and to help get you ready for the chills to come, we have a sneak peek to share as Amy and Steve head to Florida City.

Catch a Tongue Lashing on the Way to Hemlock Grove

Today we received a gift from Doctor Pryce from "Hemlock Grove." What is it, you ask? Let's just say that if that proverbial cat gets our tongue, well then, you now know where it'll be. Check it out along with a quick video.

Filmax Invites You into their Sweet Home

After spending the last several years working in the marketing and creative services departments for films like Hotel Transylvania, [REC] 3: Genesis and Open Windows, Rafa Martinez strikes out on his own with his directorial debut Sweet Home. Read on for all the details!

Pre-Order Alien Isolation to Play as Original Cast Members; Sigourney Weaver Returns as Ellen Ripley!

You are hiding in a locker and keep telling yourself, "Breathe slow, breathe slow." But it’s hard to stay calm when all you can see is a gigantic tail laboring across the floor in front of you, attached to a body that craves your mortal coil with a need only known by crackheads at 6 am.

Gus Van Sant Tapped to Bring Death Note to the Big Screen

It's been well over a year since we've had anything to report about the long-gestating live action adaptation of the Japanese manga series Death Note, which Shane Black was originally hired to direct.