Blood Feast Remake Gets a New Rating and Date for its Theatrical Release

We’ve been talking about Marcel Walz’s remake of Blood Feast for a while now; and finally, after a few delays and a slight tweaking of the film in order to get an “R” rating, it’s ready to embark on its… Continue Reading

Guest Post: Trip Out on These 1973 Horror Movies with Author Gary Scott Beatty

While Eighties nostalgia may be all the rage lately thanks to shows like “Stranger Things” and “GLOW” on Netflix, I’m still a big fan of the Seventies, particularly when it comes to horror movies.  Wounds author Gary Scott Beatty is… Continue Reading

#SDCC17: Buffy the Vampire Slayer: 20 Years of Slaying Fan Event Announced; Funko Reveals Buffy Rock Candy Line

If you’re a “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” fan, the 2017 San Diego Comic-Con is the place to be because the “Buffy the Vampire Slayer: 20 Years of Slaying” fan event was just announced, which includes an evening of Buffy-themed giveaways,… Continue Reading

Don’t Look in the Basement Blu-ray Collection Arriving in July

If you’re a fan of S.F. Brownrigg’s 1973 film Don’t Look in the Basement and are also a high-def collector, this news should make your day! BrinkVision is releasing the Don’t Look in the Basement Collection on Blu-ray July 11th.… Continue Reading

Douglas Keesey’s Twenty First Century Horror Films Examines Over 100 Contemporary Movies

Douglas Keesey’s Twenty First Century Horror Films, an extensive study on modern relationships with horror films, arrives in October from Kamera Books, an imprint of Oldcastle Books; and we have your early details right here. Arriving October 1, 2017, Twenty… Continue Reading

JG Montgomery Takes Us to Haunted Britain: Supernatural Realms of the United Kingdom

Earlier this year author JG Montgomery took us to Haunted Australia, wherein we explored Ghosts of the Great Southern Land. Well, even though he now lives in Canberra, Australia, Cornwall native Montgomery didn’t forget the land where he was born… Continue Reading

Exclusive Teaser Reveal for Icelandic LGBT Horror Film Rift

We learned earlier this month that Breaking Glass Pictures has acquired North American rights to Icelandic LGBT/horror feature Rift. Today we’re happy to exclusively debut the film’s new teaser video. The final trailer reveal will follow shortly to complement the teaser.… Continue Reading