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XLrator Media Announces ‘Dark Signal’ Trailer Release!

The recently announced Dark Signal is a horror/thriller from XLrator Media, the people who brought us the amazing American Mary, and is set to be released in theaters on June 2 and Video On Demand June 6 according to Horror Society. Check out the trailer below! The official synopsis: The spirit of a murdered girl returns with a message for …

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Leprechaun: Origins (2014) Where It All Began

In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, we have finally arrived at the last installment of the Leprechaun films with Leprechaun: Origins (2014). Although it’s not the worst film in the series, I think most fans agree that it is so bad it’s offensive. What went wrong? Horror lovers are the most loyal and unconditional fans of any genre. We see every …

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Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein is Set to Star in ‘Death Ward 13’

“We have some exciting horror news today! The legendary Misfits guitarist Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein is set to star in the upcoming horror film, Death Ward 13. We were already excited about this film and now we can’t wait to see it! Official Press Release: “Legendary Misfits Guitarist Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein is set to star in DEATH WARD 13, …

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Do We Play? (2017) Short Film Review

Awhile back, I had the honor of reviewing the excellent short film Hada from Spanish filmmaker Tony Morales. It holds the distinct honor of being one of the only films to genuinely scare me. Tony told me shortly after reviewing Hada that he would have a new short for me to review soon called Do We Play? The time to …

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Help Make Animated Horror Anthology ‘Chilling Tales For Dark Nights’

Remember when you were a kid and you’d huddle up under the blankets on your bed, armed with only a flashlight, and avoid sleep by reading Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark? Maybe you’ve since spent a few countless hours listening to the endless dark and twisted tales on Creepypasta. If you have, it’s about time you checked out Chilling Tales for …

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Stephen King’s Castle Rock Coming To A TV Screen Near You!

Castle Rock… to Stephen King fans, the name of this town sends shivers down their spines. So many of the Master of Horror’s stories have been set in this creepy, fictitious little suburb of Portland, Maine, and quite a few of them have been made for the silver screen, including Cujo (1983), The Dead Zone (1983), The Dark Half (1993), …

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Creepy Clowns: The Lunatic’ler (2016) Movie Review

As individuals, we all deal with emotional trauma in different ways. Some people seek the comfort of their friends and family, others turn to a therapist, while others may turn to drugs or alcohol use. In the film Creepy Clowns: The Lunatic’ler (2016), the traumatized individual turns into a homicidal clown with a tickle fetish. Yes, you read that right. …

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The Belko Experiment (2017) Trailer Review

Check out the trailer for James Gunn’s newest film, The Belko Experiment, which is due to be released March 17, 2017. Although he didn’t direct, Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy 2014) did produce and write the script for this action-packed horror thriller. The Belko Experiment was actually directed by Greg McLean (Wolf Creek 2005) and stars Michael Rooker (The Walking …

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Why Deadpool 2 Needs The Twisted Twins To Direct

Not so long ago, I was scouring Netflix for a horror movie to watch. There I found a promo for a horror-themed game show called Hellevator. It was through this show that I was introduced to the Twisted Twins: directors Jen and Sylvia Soska. Since Hellevator, I have actually seen a lot of the Soskas Sisters’ work and I’ve grown to …

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Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers

After finishing Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers as a child, I was hellbent on seeing Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers! Would Jamie be the epitome of “all-evil?” Did her stepmom survive Jamie’s attack? It was the cliffhanger of the century! Okay, so maybe not the century, but to a 7 year old, it was pretty serious. …

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