New Horror  Reviews
Unfriended is intense, smart, fun, timely in its message, and emotionally challenging. It captures its cyber world to a degree so very few movies, if any, like it can. To put it quite bluntly, I questioned if this movie would live up to its hype. In short, it most certainly does.
While Spring isn't a commercial release designed to appeal to a staggering mass market, it is structured to wow hardcore horror fans with soft hearts. And it works like a charm.
If you're all into meta movies, Cut! is an indie offering worth seeking out. While not profoundly original, the feature still attempts to push boundaries and deliver a story that isn't as hip as say, possession tales or lost in the wilderness pieces.
Maps to the Stars isn't an outright horror film, but it is tremendously dark, and it is a wonderful example of just how brilliant the legendary David Cronenberg truly is.
It isn't so hard to understand the tremendous praise that A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night is receiving. It feels pleasantly unconventional, and for a subgenre such as this, we don't see that often.
Out of the Dark offers a couple of good “boo” moments, but zero suspense. The makeup was well done, and like so much more of the film, flashily showed off the sizable budget behind this picture – a borderline over-produced – and yet somehow – still lackluster movie.
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April 18, 2015
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
Archie Andrews from Archie Comics, the wholesome teen that's held the attention of readers since 1941. This poor chap who's recently found himself battling hordes of zombies, hanging with the maniacs of Kiss and staring in the eyes of the menacing Predator will soon find himself stuck in the middle of a Sharknado!
April 18, 2015
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
Casting plows forward for AMC's new live action rendition of the smash hit comic Preacher. And the man himself, Jesse Custer now has a face!
April 17, 2015
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
Check out one outrageously absurd but damn funny Easter Egg that most of us missed from season 4 of The Walking Dead!
April 17, 2015
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
Fox is offering horror freaks the opportunity to enter The Pyramid today, as the film premieres in Digital HD well in advance of the May 5th DVD and Blu-ray release. And to honor the film and the early arrival we've got a brand new exclusive clip of the creepiness for you to absorb.
April 16, 2015
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
Found footage done right? We're in! There's a wealth of promise in the new Warner Bros. genre piece, The Gallows. Early rumblings have been extremely favorable, and when you glimpse teaser trailers as jolting as this one, there's good reason to believe the hype just might be justified.
April 16, 2015
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti’s graphic novel "The Hills Have Eyes: The Beginning" appears (we say that with trepidation) to be moving forward, migrating from the page to the screen. And according to imdb.com, Rob Zombie is involved.
April 16, 2015
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
Long thought dead in the water, the proposed sequel to The Strangers is once more on the move, and Relativity Media have eyes on director Marcel Langenegger.
April 15, 2015
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
The Cabin in the Woods was one of those rare films that felt not only frightening, but innovative and original. The problem is, it may not have been original at all. In fact, it may have been written by someone other than Joss Whedon altogether!
April 14, 2015
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
Stephen King fans are about to lose their minds; The Dark Tower, King's masterful fantasy/horror series is being transferred to film, which we'll see on both the small and big screen soon.
April 14, 2015
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
The hit survival horror game Five Nights at Freddy's has been picked up for cinematic transfer. Warner Bros snagged rights, and there's a wicked trio behind the film. We've got the 411 after the jump.
April 14, 2015
by Mike Blakely - Staff Writter
MTV has released the trailer for their new TV series "Scream," based on the classic horror franchise brought to us by Wes Craven in the 90's.
April 14, 2015
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
The latest trailer to drop for the forthcoming Terminator: Genisys offers an interesting spin on the Terminator tale as we've come to know it. John Conner has always been the light at the end of the tunnel, the one figure we humans could count on to bring the rise of the machines to a screeching halt. Not anymore.