Monthly Archives: August, 2016

Clown – Review

Clown – Review By Lynn Sorel Rating: 8 out of 10 Synopsis: The story of a loving father who dons a clown outfit and makeup to perform at his son’s sixth birthday, only to later...

Horror Comics Coming Out This Wednesday – 8/31/2016

This week sees the end of a long running, critically acclaimed series by Mike Mignola and friends and the start of a new one.  Abe Sapien wraps up with issue #36 by...

Thousands Flock to Danbury, CT for Third Annual CT HorrorFest

Thousands of diehard horror fans descended upon the Matrix Conference Center in Danbury, CT this past Saturday to take part in the third annual CT HorrorFest which is put on by Rob...

Horror Cult Classic C.H.U.D. Comes to Blu-Ray in November

One of the staples of any horror movie section at your local video store in the 1980's was the Douglass Cheek cult-classic C.H.U.D.(which stood for Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers).  This perennial favorite of...

Don’t Breathe Dominates Weekend Box Office With $26 Million Dollar Debut

New horror film Don't Breathe shattered all studio expectations and predictions with estimates placing the film over $26 million for the weekend. Studios predicted a conservative $11-12 million dollar debut, while prognosticators called...

The Rings Trailer Has Emerged

After an eleven-year hiatus, The Ring saga literally returns to the well with the release of the Rings trailer! The spot begins with a young woman ripping her television off the wall to stop...

Restored Version Of Dawn of the Dead To Be Shown at Venice Film Festival

According to Screen Daily, a restored version of George A. Romero's Dawn of the Dead will premiere at the Venice Film Festival, which runs from August 31st to September 10th.  The critically-acclaimed...

Doug Liman to Direct D.C. Comics Dark Universe Film

Justin Kroll of Variety is reporting that Doug Liman will direct the long gestating Justice League Dark feature, now titled Dark Universe. Justice League Dark was originally conceived as a Guillermo del Toro project in...
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Guillermo del Toro Won’t Give Up On ‘At The Mountains Of Madness’ Project

Apparently, even having an Academy Award on your mantle doesn't guarantee you will get what you want in Hollywood. Guillermo del Toro--whose most recent film, The...

Horror Legend John Carpenter Hits Right Notes With New Music

When you hear John Carpenter's name, visions of such horror classics as Halloween and The Thing come to mind, but his contributions to the world of music are...

Book That Inspired ‘Village Of The Damned’ To Be Adapted For Small Screen

The Midwich Cuckoos--the 1957 s/f novel by John Wyndham that was the springboard for two Village of the Damned feature films--is now being made into...