One of our favorite directors, Toby Wilkins (Splinter, "Teen Wolf"), has directed the entire third season of the truly kick-ass Crackle original series "Chosen," and we'd figured we'd be remiss if we didn't give you guys a heads-up!
A new teaser is here for FX's adaptation of Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan's "The Strain," which is set to infect us all on June 22nd, and we bet it can kick your ass in a staring contest. Or maybe just send you screaming from the room. Check it out!
In 2009 an urban legend turned out to be true and a college hazing turned out to be deadly in Hellweek, a horror film you've probably never seen. In 2013 the film was released. Now, in 2014, a special grindhouse edition is here. Read on for details.
The first official poster from the WWE's Leprechaun: Origins, starring WWE Supertstar Dylan "Hornswoggle" Postl as the ever-so-evil title character, has arrived and it's gold-hording good! Check it out!
We're happy to have "The Originals" back in our Tuesday night rotation, and with just four episodes left, we're savoring every moment. If you are, too, then check out these stills and a preview of next week's Episode 1.19, "An Unblinking Death."
One of "Supernatural's" few surviving females, Sheriff Mills, is back in next week's Episode 9.19, "Alex Annie Alexis Ann." And so are vampires... Check out a quick promo for the ep for a taste of what's coming as Season 9 ramps up toward the finale.
Rehab for anything can be a real bitch. Especially unorthodox rehab that could very well result in horrific consequences. Enter Matthew A. Brown and his new horror flick, Julia.
FilmBuff has set a release date of May 13th for Devil in My Ride and will make the film available to audiences through leading video-on-demand platforms including iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Cable Movies On Demand, Google Play, Sony PlayStation, Xbox Video, and Vudu.
Well, last night dashed our hopes of a Joe/Lily showdown on "The Following," but with just two episodes left, we'll keep tuning in just to see what the twins do next! Here's a preview of next week's Ep. 2.14, "Silence," along with a quick look back at Ep. 2.13, "The Reaping."
You know what's funny? Hardcore gamers lose their shit over games like Titanfall and Battlefield, etc., but for my money Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is more fun than all of them, even if it is just online only. Now it's getting even better... at no cost to you!
A.D. Calvo's latest film, House of Dust, is on its way to home video courtesy of Anchor Bay, and right now we have the official trailer for the flick just waiting to haunt you. Check it out, and look for more on this one soon!
Enter the Titty Twister in this New Preview of From Dusk Till Dawn Episode 1.06 - Place of Dead Roads
Tuesdays are a lot more bearable now that we have "From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series" to look forward to, and if you're enjoying it as much as we are, then check out a preview of tonight's Episode 1.06, "Place of Dead Roads," in which we finally arrive at the infamous Titty Twister.
After tickling the ivories and scooping up acclaim on the festival circuit last year, Eugenio Mira's Grand Piano (review) hit limited theaters and On Demand outlets earlier this year. Now, the high stakes piano playing is headed to home video, and we've got the skinny for ya today.
Last year was the very first annual Stanley Film Festival, taking place at the real-life hotel that served as the inspiration for The Shining's fictional Overlook Hotel. This year the fun continues, and the event has just gotten a big time upgrade.
Set to premiere at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival on April 17th is Brian O'Malley's Let Us Prey, and right now we have the first poster art for the flick, which takes the whole "check out how dirty and messed up this chick is" approach to a new level.