‘Inside’ Creator says the Game is Heading to the Switch

Switch fans feeling left out with Playdead’s Inside being on everything but your shiny new Nintendo console? Worry no more, as Inside creator Arnt Jensen revealed to Famitsu that their acclaimed follow-up to their also-acclaimed Limbo will be headed to the console, as well as iOS. No release date has been announced for either release, but it’s quickly becoming apparent that Nintendo is trying to right the wrongs of their past consoles … [Read more...]

Face Psychological Horror in Prison with ‘Inmates’

With The Suffering finally being available for current-gen PCs, the idea of having psychological horror game taking place in a prison had me thinking: Why haven’t we gotten more games like this since then? Well, Iceberg Interactive certainly were thinking the same thing, as they’ve released a new teaser trailer for their upcoming game, Inmates. Set for release October 5th, the game puts you in the shoes of a man named Johnathan, … [Read more...]

Larry Cohen Slams Refn’s ‘Maniac Cop’ Remake

Maniac Cop, a modern adaptation of William Lustig’s 1988 cult classic that Nicolas Winding Refn and his partner Lene Børglum are producing, was set to shoot this summer in Los Angeles. Now, according to BMD, the project could be dead. The news came via Larry Cohen, who wrote the 1988 original: “As far as I know, that’s not happening anymore, and if it is, they might be trying to keep it a secret, as they’d owe me $250,000…” John Hyams, who … [Read more...]

‘IT’s’ Box Office Numbers Continue to Float Towards $500 Million

While New Line Cinema’s Annabelle: Creation quietly surpassed $300M worldwide this weekend, their adaptation of Stephen King’s IT continues to decimate the box office. Last weekend saw only a 51% drop from the record-breaking opening weekend, with the same happening once again based on early estimates. Even though the Kingsman sequel has dethroned the King, IT only dropped 50% and is estimated to have pulled in another $30M for a … [Read more...]

DEEP RED magazine returning from the dead

Jason Lees MoreHorror.com From John Szpunar (author of XEROX FEROX) comes big news in the world of horror publishing: Chas. Balun's DEEP RED is coming back! Anyone lucky enough to have been alive and kicking during the hey day of Fangoria and Gorezone back in the 80's knows that Chas. Balun was something of horror's answer to Hunter S. Thompson. Balun's voice and attitude welcomed a legion of fans to splatter, and all of us true believers mourned … [Read more...]

DEEP RED magazine returning from the dead

Jason Lees MoreHorror.com From John Szpunar (author of XEROX FEROX) comes big news in the world of horror publishing: Chas. Balun's DEEP RED is coming back! Anyone lucky enough to have been alive and kicking during the hey day of Fangoria and Gorezone back in the 80's knows that Chas. Balun was something of horror's answer to Hunter S. Thompson. Balun's voice and attitude welcomed a legion of fans to splatter, and all of us true believers mourned … [Read more...]

Mike Dougherty Teases Day 69 on the Set of ‘Godzilla: King of Monsters’

Mike Dougherty shot out an intriguing tweet the other day from the set of Godzilla: King of Monsters. I don’t really see it, but people are claiming it looks as if Godzilla is wearing some sort of armor in the below rendering? Do you see it?Day 69. @GodzillaMovie pic.twitter.com/fy4BvBTeic — Mike Dougherty (@Mike_Dougherty) September 22, 2017The new story follows the heroic efforts of the crypto-zoological agency Monarch as its members … [Read more...]

‘The Clearing’ Set on the Dawn of the Apocalypse [Exclusive]

Lexicon Entertainment, in association with Room in the Sky Films today announced the start of production on their fourth production of the year: The Clearing, the feature directorial debut for writer-director Dave Matalon who directs from his own screenplay, Bloody Disgusting learned. “A horror-action film, The Clearing is set at the dawn of the zombie apocalypse. Amid tensions between Tom (Liam McIntyre) and his wife (Sydelle Noel) over … [Read more...]

“The Exorcist” Imagery and Art Possess the Woods

The other day we got the teaser and now (thanks to Deadline) we have action-packed new imagery from the debut episode of “The Exorcist” Season 2, which premieres Friday, Sept. 29 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. In the Season 2 premiere… “Six months after leaving Chicago, Father Tomas continues his training to become an exorcist under the watchful eye of his partner Marcus Keane. Their travels lead them to a troubled young woman in rural Montana, … [Read more...]

See the Bodily Fluids of Takashi Miike’s ‘Ichi the Killer’ in 4K!

It was announced earlier this year that Emperor Motion Picture had restored and revived Ichi the Killer (2001), one of the most challenging, violent and iconic films to emerge from Japanese auteur Takashi Miike. It was announced today that not only did Well Go USA Entertainment acquire North American rights for the all-new 4K restoration but that it’s a director’s cut! In the film, as sadomasochistic yakuza enforcer Kakihara searches for … [Read more...]

Something is Stirring in New ‘Better Watch Out’ Clip

You may be home… but you’re not alone. Christmas comes early for horror fans this year with the release of Chris Peckover’s holiday horror flick Better Watch Out, coming to theaters and On Demand October 6. While you wait, check out a brand new clip!Described as Home Alone meets Scream, Trace reviewed the film out of the Fantastic Fest premiere, calling it “a hilariously bonkers home invasion tale.” “Better Watch … [Read more...]

Why You Should Chew On ‘Ravenous’ (1999)

Everybody has at least one favorite movie that they feel has been unjustly ignored by film buffs and consumers of popular culture alike. Sometimes, audiences and critics just weren’t ready for a film’s take on certain themes and emotions, or maybe the filmmakers just had the rotten luck of dealing with fickle distributors and unfair release dates, ending up with a product that no one watched. Whatever the case, it’s unfortunate … [Read more...]

Three More Join the Cast of ‘Taking of Deborah Logan’ Director’s ‘The Maze’

A double dose of horror is soon headed our way from Adam Robitel, the man behind terrifying film The Taking of Deborah Logan. In addition to next year’s Insidious: The Last Key, Robitel also sits in the director’s chair for psychological thriller The Maze, which gets more casting news today. Via Deadline, Tyler Labine (Tucker and Dale vs. Evil), Jay Ellis (“Insecure”) and Nik Dodani (“Atypical”) have joined the … [Read more...]