The third year of Cinepocalypse has announced their badge sale pricing, dates and a special wax surprise.
Shudder Christmas Highlights Include New Joe Bob Briggs, Horror Anthology ALL THE CREATURES WERE STIRRING
This is one hell of an Xmas payload for horror fans thanks to Shudder.
25 days, 25 shorts, with talents ranging from auteur Larry Fessenden to rising star Jenn Wexler and so many more in between, the Creepy Christmas Film Fest is a must see event in it’s tenth year.
With an inventive twist and an exciting creative team, Leprechaun Returns looks to be a guaranteed blast.
Christopher Landon, director of HAPPY DEATH DAY, Producing Grady Hendrix's MY BEST FRIEND'S EXORCISM
With a team of all stars attached to the project, it’s nearly impossible to not be ecstatic for the possibilities of the upcoming film.
Adele isn’t the only artist Rolling in the Deep.
The director behind indie gems Creep and Black Death is bringing his unique style of horror back with The Banishing.
You haven’t truly lived until you’ve seen Nic Cage screaming wildly into nothing while chugging a giant bottle of vodka, wearing a tiger raglan and tighty-whities.
With a jaw-dropping assortment of creature features, supernatural shockers, and other assorted manner of fright fare on tap, the New York City Horror Film Festival promises to be a can’t-miss destination for fear-fare fans.
Escape from Tall Oaks is ready to be the next must play board game as the official sequel to Mixtape Massacre announces it’s release.
Rebekah McKendry is one of the most powerful figures in horror and now she wants to teach all of us a little something.
Horror musicals are few and far between so we need to embrace this Christmas miracle, the Anna and the Apocalypse soundtrack.
November’s Shudder releases include a new Joe Bob Briggs, an Argento themed selection, an original short form and more!
Check out five Halloween spectaculars that you need to pick up! Ranging from super-heroics to retellings of classic Poe, these are all a must add to your pull list.
We all love horror but sometimes you just don’t get around to that ONE movie. Which ones have you missed out on?