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!
Los Angeles based artist has some downright horror fueled jams that you need to listen to.
Dread Central is already getting a jump on 2019, announcing Dry Blood, the haunted journey of a recovering addict and a cabin with an unforgiving past.
RLJE is dropping one of the wildest movies of the decade the day before Halloween!
Possum looks to be a truly haunting film from the brilliant weirdo behind Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace.
You do not want to miss this!
Fandor has put together the perfect piece to celebrate Halloween and it’s 40 years of resilience in the horror and film industry.
Dread Central adds to it’s diverse and massively fun roster of films with Slay Belles, a horror comedy about some cosplayers teaming up with Barry Bostwick as Santa Claus to kill Krampus. Come on, that sounds like a blast.
Shudder’s first scripted podcast is a hit out of the gate, it will have you instantly obsessed and captivated, desperately wanting more.
From the director of Bite, we are getting some madness in the form of The Heretics.
Not EXACTLY horror but metal is pretty fucking horror and we’ll support independent cinema ‘til our throats are raw.
Director of The Pact has a follow up that looks to be another spine tingling hit.
RLJE feature All The Creatures Were Stirring gifts us all with a feature trailer.
Shudder once again dominates screaming streaming with acquisition of cult masterpiece Mandy.
When three burglars think they have an easy mark at a house party, things spiral quickly when they discover things are not what they seem.
IFC Midnight taps into a little bit of the true crime obsession as well as the “closer than you think” killer trend with chilling The Clovehitch Killer trailer.
With it’s red band trailer released, The Queen of Hollywood Blvd looks to be a pulp, savage cult classic for the grindhouse crew.
An interesting interpretation of one of theater’s finest looks to make McBetter a film worth seeking out.
Teen thriller Look Away gets supernatural with sinister mirror images, opening this week in theaters and coming to VOD.
Shudder and Sundance Now are bringing to life A Discovery of Witches, which frankly looks stunning and sexy.
Silencio takes to Durango to explore one of the strangest myths south of the border.
The new Paramount horror film finds a couple of criminals on the run but they might be taking shelter in the one place more dangerous than the road.
Screamfest continues with awesome news with a big award for producer Gale Anne Hurd, Don Mancini is celebrating the 20th anniversary of Chucky and here comes Chuck Steel.