Trailer Revealed for Almost Human

A new trailer for the upcoming horror movie Almost Human has been released and we have it here.

The movie is described as:
Mark Fisher disappeared from his home in a brilliant flash of blue light almost two years ago. His friend Seth Hampton was the last to see him alive. Now a string of grisly, violent murders leads Seth to believe that Mark is back, and something evil is living inside of him.


Splatter – Just Harder Times Available Now – Trailer Inside

Indie developer Dreamworlds is pleased to announce that Splatter – Just Harder Times, the retro styled, top down shooter, is available now from Desura.

The game is described as:
You’re standing alone amongst the inhabitants of a modern city which suddenly took a turn for the apocalypse. Play an intriguing story line, upgrade your weapons, fight bosses, drive vehicles, meet other characters, and use light to survive. Humanity isn’t exactly worth saving, but you might end up doing it anyways.

Twilight Zone Eye of the Beholder Diorama Coming in October

We received word of this incredible Twilight Zone collectible coming this October. This diorama is inspired by the unforgettable “Eye of the Beholder” episode.

Welcome to the warped world of Dr. Bernardi. Crafted in resin by Bif Bang Pow! and measuring approximately 7 1/2-inches wide x 5-inches tall x 3 1/2-inches deep, this astonishing black-and-white diorama is inspired by the unforgettable The Twilight Zone Episode 42 “Eye of the Beholder,” penned by Rod Serling. In addition to Bernardi (complete with stethoscope), it features bandaged patient Janet Tyler lying on a hospital bed over a tile-floor base at the pivotal moment of unveiling. Add the Twilight Zone Eye of the Beholder Diorama to your collection and the good doctor will do his level best to make all your “not normal” figures and bobble heads look just like everybody else! read more

The Devil’s Dog Interview with Scott Youtsey

A mysterious driver in a Plymouth Barracuda (with the body of a young female hitchhiker in the trunk) passes through a small Oklahoma town in the Summer of 1969. But his evil nature is somehow sensed by a local resident who has the town staked out for himself. After a beastly attack, a demonic curse is passed on to the stranger and his full evil will finally be released in this dark tale of the supernatural by writer/artist Scott Youtsey.

We caught up with creator, Scott Youtsey to talk about Devil’s Dog. read more

Escape From Jesus Island Kickstarter campaign halfway funded

We received an update on the Kickstarter comic book series from illustrator Mortimer Glum and writer Shawn French. Read on for the details.

“In 2013, Christ WILL return. A lot.”

That’s the message from the upcoming Apocalyptic comic book series, Escape From Jesus Island, which reached more than half of its fund-raising goal in the project’s first two days on Kickstarter.

Escape From Jesus Island is an original, full-color, digitally painted comic book series about an attempt to clone Jesus that goes a little off the rails. ReGen Corporation eventually succeeds in its quest, but only after creating scores of hideously deformed near-Jesus freaks and a monstrous twin brother, Damien. When the Vatican hears of Christ’s return and sends an elite Black Ops extraction team to ReGen’s remote island testing facility, all Hell breaks loose. read more

An American Ghost Story Review

By Bill Burns

An American Ghost Story (2012)

Paul and his girlfriend Stella move into a supposedly haunted house. Hoping that the house will provide him with material for a book, Paul’s initial excitement of encountering the paranormal turns to terror as his obsession with the house threatens his sanity.

Our Thoughts:
The haunted house movie has become the dominant horror film of the last ten years. Is this a reflection of the economic downturn and destabilization of the housing market over the last decade, anxieties over equity and mortgages sublimated into ghosts and demonic possessions as the ultimate property value killer? An American Ghost Story focuses on Paul, an author looking to write a book about a murdered family and moves into the house where the killings occurred, recreating their living conditions in order to activate the ghostly activity at the crime scene. While there are some well-crafted ghostly scenes (a mischievous basketball, overactive cabinets, an unseen presence in a bed) and the climax is quite suspenseful (nice to see the return of the bed sheet wearing apparition), the film borrows way too much from other movies. The shocks here should come as no surprise for those who have seen Paranormal Activity, Ju-on, The Shining, Sinister, Poltergeist, White Noise, and The Changeling. Even the title references both An American Haunting and the TV show An American Horror Story (the producers should have kept the original title of Revenant). The film could have done something interesting with Paul’s insistence on finishing his book no matter what the cost, a commentary on unemployment, the breakdown of the family, and the decline of masculinity in the early decades of the 21st century America, but it merely ends up as another postmodern mélange of horror tropes. The film offers little atmosphere, an essential component of any successful haunted house film. An American Ghost Story is competently scripted, acted, scored, and directed, but what’s the point? read more

The World’s End -New Featurette Released

Edgar Wright’s “The World’s End,” starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost hits theaters on August 23rd. In anticipation, a new featurette for the film has been released.



The Wake #3 preview

DC Comics has provided us a preview of the new The Wake comic.

A new species has been discovered at the bottom of the ocean, and as a result people are dying. Is it the missing link? Or a link to something even bigger? Marine biologist Lee Archer and her crew have to find out before things get much, much worse…

32 pages
July 31

Written by Scott Snyder
Art by Sean Murphy
Covers by Sean Murphy and Dustin Nguyen

Next Testament #3 preview

BOOM! Studios has provided us a preview of the new Next Testament comic.

Wick has finally been revealed to the world. After his brutal display of power, will more followers join Julian at his side, or will his word be challenged? The tension gets thicker and the stakes rise as Tristan decides whether or not to align with his father…

32 pages
July 31

Written by Clive Barker and Mark Miller
Art by Haemi Jang
Cover by Goni Montes

House of Gold & Bones #4 preview

Dark Horse Comics has provided us a preview of the new House of Gold & Bones comic.

Inside the House of Gold and Bones, the Conflagration has begun. Here, the Human must make a choice that could alter the course of his life: Remain the man he is or change?

32 pages
July 31

Written by Corey Taylor
Art by Richard Clark
Colors by Dan Jackson
Covers by Frank Quitely and Jason Shawn Alexander