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    Dark Sky Acquires HERE COMES THE DEVIL/LATE PHASES Director Adrian Garcia Bogliano’s SCHERZO DIABOLICO;Hitting Theaters in 2016

    This is one that we’re extremely excited to mention. The gang at Deadline reported earlier today that SCHERZO DIABOLICO, the new film from HERE COMES THE DEVIL/LATE PHASES director Adrian Garcia Bogliano, has now found a home with the fine folks at Dark Sky Films. Having seen the film earlier this year during its festival run, it’s […]

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    Review: PARA ELISA

    The familiar student who desperately needs money to go on a class trip and accepts the wrong job is the starting point of  Juanra Fernandez’s PARA ELISA, but there’s a whole lot of things going on within the story that elevates the Spanish film into some terrifyingly original places. Filled with dread and tension, it’s […]

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    Review: BLOOD PUNCH

    A rehab facility is the perfect place to find someone to cook meth, right? Only in BLOOD PUNCH does that scenario feel appropriate as this dark comedy brings together actors from one of the many POWER RANGERS shows and one of the writers of THE TIGGER MOVIE in a bloody, drug fueled epic that will […]

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    Review: BIG SKY

    I first saw actress Bella Thorne on a morning talk show promoting her teen comedy THE DUFF and wasn’t sure how to interpret her. That film was aimed towards the MTV audience that watches shows like AWKWARD and TEEN MOM.  She seemed to struggle a bit in the interview trying to establish that her film was […]

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    Review: INNSMOUTH

    Watching filmmakers adapt the works of H.P. Lovecraft is always a good thing in my book, and with films like RE-ANIMATOR, FROM BEYOND, and even entries that may not be straight from the source but more of an homage (see Carpenter’s IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS), you can tell that Lovecraft’s influence is prevalent and definitely […]

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Review: SINISTER 2

Scott Derrickson’s 2012 shocker SINISTER was a surprise hit, telling a grim story about a true crime author moving his family into a crime scene and eventually opening up a Pandora’s box of evil in the form of a film projector and a boogieman that lived inside of it. It was an in your face film, […]

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AFTER DARK’s ‘8 Films To Die For’ Gets Gruesome And Gory with BASTARD

After Dark’s “8 Films To Die For” has given genre fans quite a few titles over the years to latch onto, with films like BORDERLAND, THE GRAVEDANCERS, and quite a few others that offered something fresh and exciting to the annual 8-film theatrical experience. This year, the lineup is filled with films like RE-KILL, MURDER […]

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GIVEAWAY – Win Amazon Gift-cards To Download SEASON TWO of FROM DUSK TILL DAWN!!

In celebration of the El Rey Network’s second season of FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES hitting Amazon digital on 8/26, we’ve partnered up with eONE to bring three readers $10 gift-card to be used to download episodes of the returning Vampire series based on Robert Rodriguez’s 1996 film. While season one dealt with bringing a […]

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Films That Mean A Lot To Us: PUMP UP THE VOLUME

Growing up, my local video store, Major Video, was god to me. I lived across the street and to say that I spent hours in that place EVERY day after school would be the understatement of the year. It was like my second home. Looking over every single box, cardboard standout, and even forking over […]

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FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: Season Two Premieres 8/25; Austin Mayor Makes It “FROM DUSK TILL DAWN Day”

Last year, we saw the debut of FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: The Series, which brought the Tarantino-penned/Robert Rodriguez-directed film to the small screen, in a very different approach. It was quite the interesting series, taking turns that were very unexpected and different than the film, which set the TV series on its own path. Now […]

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Taissa Farmiga, Adam DeVine Live Out Slasher Movie In Trailer For THE FINAL GIRLS!

Self-referential horror is a tricky bag, but when it’s done right, it really hits the ground running. There are more than a few films being released with the promise of providing a “throwback” to ’80s horror, and more times than not, they tend to miss their mark. Enter THE FINAL GIRLS. The whole premise of the […]

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Review: ALLELUIA! THE DEVIL’S CARNIVAL

Being a horror fan is usually the easiest way to earn a raised eyebrow from “normal” society, but being a jazz-squaring, belt singing, musical theatre fan in the horror community will almost always send you off to the isolated Island of Misfit Fandom. Luckily, for the proud and passionate citizens of this island, Darren Lynn […]