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Exclusive Rosemary's Baby Clip Honors the Grand Guignol

On tap right now we have an exclusive clip from NBC's home video release of "Rosemary's Baby" which takes a look at the flick's Parisian production design. Check it out!

Torture Yourself with this Pair of Clips from Stress Position

At the end of July we got word that BrinkVision is releasing the award-winning, critically acclaimed psychological experiment thriller comedy Stress Position later this month, and now we're back with a pair of clips from the film.

New Trailer for Mindscape (aka Anna) Hits the UK

Some things are just different in the UK. Cigarettes are called fags, apartments are called flats, and apparently Anna, as it is known here in the States, is called by its original title of Mindscape. Check out the new trailer from across the pond.

Leatherface Comes to Fright Dome in Las Vegas

Fright Dome at Circus Circus in Las Vegas has teamed up with legendary horror director Tobe Hooper and writer Kim Henkel to feature The Texas Chain Saw Massacre as a theme for one of their six haunted house attractions. Read on for details.

Seattle Museum Celebrates The Lure of the Horror Film

Despite being one of the single most profitable genres in the entire world, horror has long been the red-headed bitch-slapped problem child of society. Blamed for everything from actual murder to obesity. We as fans all know that's bullshit, and one museum in Seattle is giving the genre its due.

Gamescom: A Gory Introduction to Hellblade

A warrior woman sits in a circle of runes, locked in mediation. Her sword’s tip is planted in the ground. She grips the blade and watches the crimson flow down its broad edge. It appears to be a blood offering.

Which Movie Maniac Has the Highest Body Count? Find Out NOW!

For years a battle has raged amongst horror fans over who is the biggest and baddest movie maniac. Jason Voorhees? Freddy Krueger? Pinhead? Now, thanks to a nifty new graph from Film.com, you can find out for yourselves, despite one glaring omission!

Image Checks into The Houses October Built

Some quick distro news is coming in late in the day as Image Entertainment has nabbed North American rights to The Houses October Built and plans to release the thriller simultaneously in theaters and on video-on-demand.

Director David Hackl Unveils His Earthworks

War is hell, and Saw V director David Hackl is out to prove it's a lot more hellish than you may think with his latest film, Earthworks. There's just one small detail... he's looking to you to help fund a portion of it! Read on for details.

The Babadook Scores a Scary New Trailer

Total Film just scored itself a brand spanking new trailer for the highly anticipated new fright flick The Babadook (review), and you can let it roll off of your tongue right here!

Second Annabelle Image All Sinister Smiles

Heading our way on October 3rd, presented by Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema, The Conjuring spin-off Annabelle will be haunting our nightmares, but right now we have a new still for you courtesy of Entertainment Weekly! Check it out!

Gamsecom: Slay a Werewolf in the New Witcher 3 Trailer

CD Projekt Red revealed a taste of the otherworldly horrors that dwell inside The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. The new trailer, released during Gamsecom, features Geralt of Rivia facing a monstrous classic, the werewolf.

Frau Blucher! Young Frankenstein Celebrating 40th Anniversary on Blu-ray!

One of the single funniest films of all time, Mel Brook's 1974 classic Young Frankenstein is gearing up to celebrate its 40th anniversary with a brand new Blu-ray that's guaranteed to electrify! Frau Blücher! *horse whinnies*

Casting News and More Details on Helix Season 2

By the time Season 1 ended, we were pretty disappointed in Syfy's "Helix," but some casting news for Season 2 has come in along with a few more details of what's ahead for the members of the CDC so we thought we'd pass it on.

Godzilla Sequel Set for 2018

Legendary Pictures confirmed during its SDCC '14 panel that Gareth Edwards will return to direct Godzilla 2. Now, a few weeks later, we have a date to pencil into your calendars should they go as far as 2018.