Could Paranormal Activity 5 Haunt Us Sooner After All?

First October 2014, then January 2015, and then sometime in 2016. Paranormal Activity 5's release has been shuffled around quite a bit, and now we're hearing it could be back in play for late this year or, more likely, 2015.

#SDCC14: New Images Take Us into The Storm

Just in time for the chaos of Comic-Con, Warner Bros. Pictures has released dozens of images from their new nature run amok flick Into the Storm. Of course we chased them all down and nailed every one of 'em for ya! Dig it!

#SDCC14: Joaquin Phoenix in Talks for Doctor Strange

Some possible casting news has just broken at Comic-Con as The Wrap has learned that Joaquin Phoenix is in early talks to star in Marvel’s Doctor Strange adaptation. The deal is said to be far from complete but insiders confirm that Phoenix is strongly considering the superhero role, which had previously been linked to Benedict Cumberbatch and Tom Hardy.

Final Poster Creeps Up From Beneath

Wow! What's this? Non Comic-Con related news? The hell you say! I guess miracles do happen because right now we have the final one-sheet for Ben Katai's Beneath which is opening in limited theatres on July 25th. Check it out and look for more on this one as soon as we get it.

#SDCC14: What We Know So Far About Bates Motel Season 3; UPDATED with Returning Cast News

We just left the SDCC press room for "Bates Motel," and while showrunners Carlton Cuse and Kerry Ehrin are saving the big announcements for today's panel, we did glean a few clues of what's ahead in Season 3.

#SDCC14: Robert Kirkman's Outcast Gets a Pilot

Robert Kirkman isn't resting on the overwhelming success of "The Walking Dead." Instead he's created a new comic, Outcast, which is en route to becoming a television pilot.

#SDCC14: Enter To Win A Part In An Upcoming Horror Film

If you're at Comic-Con this weekend and you want to try your luck at winning a role in an upcoming horror film, then this is the news you've been waiting for! Read on to find out how to enter!

This Devil's Mile Clip Will Rip Your Face Off!

A clip from Joseph O'Brien's directorial debut, Devil's Mile has arrived; and we have it right here for you. It's a bloody, face-ripping good time for sure!

#SDCC14: Everything You Need to Know About The Walking Dead Panel Including the Season 5 Trailer

We're reporting live on the floor from AMC's "The Walking Dead" panel, and we've got some goodies to pass along, from the direction of the upcoming season to the impending Blu-ray release of Season 4.

#SDCC14: Find The Cheerleaders, Win Awesome Swag!

If you're at Comic-Con this weekend and determined to pick up some awesome swag, then listen up! All you need are a keen pair of eyes and a smartphone with Instagram. Come on in, get your assignment, and then start hunting!

#SDCC14: Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell Take Evil Dead to Television

Considering that NBC's "Hannibal" is currently home to some of the most graphic violence imaginable, it's not surprising to see other splatter-y franchises making a dash for the small screen. The latest? Why, none other than "Evil Dead."

#SDCC14: Screen Gems and Sam Raimi To Turn The Last Of Us Into A Movie

Some of the coolest news coming out of this year's Comic-Con is word that Sony Screen Gems and Sam Raimi are preparing a feature film adaptation of Naughty Dog's The Last of Us. Read on to hear all about this bad boy!

Rob Zombie's Great American Nightmare Expands to Chicago

We learned last month that Rob Zombie's Great American Nightmare is kicking off its second season this coming September, and today comes the exciting word that the event is taking over not just one city, as originally announced, but two. Read on for all the details about the expansion!

#SDCC14: Enter The Sleepy Hollow Oculus Rift Experience

The "Sleepy Hollow" San Diego Comic-Con panel is happening later today, but before heading inside the Convention Center, make sure you hit the "Sleepy Hollow Virtual Reality Experience" at Petco Park. Here's a video of what to expect.

Is BioWare's New IP The Stuff Of Nightmares?

In terms of game developers, BioWare is my personal favorite. I've felt that way since the release of Baldur's Gate, and my obsession was solidified with the Mass Effect trilogy. Now they're teasing something ready-fit for our wheelhouses. Can it be true? Will BioWare's next IP tackle the horror genre?