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The Purge: Anarchy Review Arrives in Time for Lockdown

A few days ago we had a chance to check out an early screening of this weekend's horror offering, The Purge: Anarchy, and we're back with our verdict. Is this something you're gonna love, or will you feel the need to purge yourself of it the second it's over? Read on!

Creepy New Promo and Stills from The Strain Episode 1.02 - The Box

We have over a dozen new images and a fresh promo to share for Episode 1.02 of FX's "The Strain," entitled "The Box." Having already seen the ep, we can assure you that you do NOT want to open that box!

XLrator Media Comes of Age with Found

Growing up can be a really arduous task when plagued by bullies. Sometimes you can turn to your siblings... a big brother maybe... to help you set things right. It would be doubly helpful is said sibling was a serial killer, wouldn't it? Read on for more info about the indie flick Found.

12 Monkeys Promo Trailer Arrives Via Time Travel

Syfy has given a series green light to "12 Monkeys," a drama based on the 1995 Universal Pictures film directed by Terry Gilliam, and a promo trailer for it has sneaked online quietly all under-the-radar like. Check it out, and look for more official stuff from Syfy later.

Universal Looking to Officially Bring Back its Monsters

We've seen reboots of some Universal classics like The Mummy and The Wolfman before, and we even have things like Dracula Untold on the horizon. Now the house that monsters built is looking to revere its monstrous franchises anew!

Sinister 2 Filming in Chicago This August

According to the Chicago Tribune, the sequel to Sinister (Blu-ray review here) is gearing up for production this August in Chi-town! Read on for the latest on the continuing adventures of Mr. Boogie.

Get Wasted and Watch the Trailer for Sally of the Wasteland Issue #1

Issue #1 of Sally of the Wasteland, an irreverent, grindhouse-style post-apocalyptic adventure complete with atomic monsters, Crawgators, mutant cannibals, and fearsome river bandits, is heading our way soon; and right now we have a look at the trailer.

Facility 31 Goes Up for Sale

There's no question that long deserted structures have always been a go-to location in terms of great settings for horror movies. The truth is they're damned spooky places even in broad daylight. The next flick to explore this kind of unique locale is Facility 31, and we've got your details right here, cold and twitching.

Fiery First Into the Storm Clip

Warner Bros. Pictures has taken to Instagram to unleash the first clip from its upcoming nature-run-amok movie, Into the Storm. Look for it when it arrives in theatres on August 8th! In the interim grab an umbrella just to be safe.

Get a Sneak Peek of True Blood Episode 7.05 - Lost Cause

HBO is being stingy with its "True Blood" clips this season... none last week and only one for the upcoming Episode 7.05, "Lost Cause." But we'll take what we can get as we prepare for the show's final SDCC panel on July 26th.

Nintendo to Stream New Fatal Frame / Project Zero on July 17th

In North America Nintendo has long been the company that horror forgot. While Xbox and Playstation owners have been lauding the giggling glee of zombie slaughter and cowering in fright while curled up with a survival horror game, Wii U owners have been left primarily frightless.

New Sin City: A Dame to Kill For One-Sheet Gathers Up the Gang

We've lost track of how many posters we've seen thus far for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, but none has been more memorable and spank-worthy than the one featuring Eva Green's side-boob, which should be a staple in all poster art from now on. In any event, here's another!

New Horns Poster Is Seriously Top Heavy

Another poster has arrived for Alexandre Aja's Horns (review), which is getting an October 31st release in both the US and the UK, and we really dig it! Check it out courtesy of Coming Soon.

CBS Reveals the Preview of Under the Dome Episode 2.04 - Revelation

Yesterday we posted several stills from the upcoming Episode 2.04 of "Under the Dome," entitled "Revelation," and now we're back with the ep's preview. If you're like us and can't stop watching no matter how silly the show gets, read on!

Horror History: Fascinating Video Compares The Thing's Original Storyboards to the Finished Film

There are few horror films as endlessly awesome as John Carpenter's The Thing, and I personally never tire of hearing and learning new things about the gruesome masterpiece. If you feel the same way, then read on because you're going to dig this video!