Old Haunts Return When THE HAUNTING OF ALICE D Hits DVD/Digital Video This May

A good ghost story is hard to find, but thanks to the crew at RLJ Entertainment, Jessica Sonneborn’s THE HAUNTING OF ALICE D is looking to change that, when it hits DVD and digital video on May 3rd. Featuring Juan Riedinger (Narcos), Aaron Massey (Refuge from Storm), Megan Hensley (The Crazies), Al Snow (The Witches of Oz), […]

Review: THE POLTERGEIST OF BORLEY FOREST

Oh boy. Walking into a film like THE POLTERGEIST OF BORLEY FOREST, you find yourself expecting either a found footage entry akin to everything we’ve seen in the last few years, or another haunting film that well, we’ve all seen time and time again. While it’s definitely not another found footage film, it IS the […]

DVD Review: DEADBEAT: Season One

Good TV shows are hard to come by. Well, it used to be that way, but these days we’re given such great Television as Hannibal, True Detective, Penny Dreadful and so on, that it seems that we’re living in a great time for TV. With such dramatic shows kicking ass nonstop, the amount of genuinely […]

A Look Back At: LADY IN WHITE (1988)

*Editor’s note: Our own Justin Lafleur wrote this A LOOK BACK AT article and it’s a fun one, so read on! All but completely ignored during its initial 1988 theatrical release, director Frank LaLoggia’s (he who also gave us FEAR NO EVIL, aka one of the queerest horror films ever made, in either sense of the […]

Hammer’s New Film THE QUIET ONES Experiments With The Supernatural!

Hammer has slowed down a bit since their resurrection, but 2014 has three films coming from the legendary studio, including GASLIGHT (a drama/thriller that teams Jack The Ripper with Scotland Yard), a sequel to THE WOMAN IN BLACK titled ANGEL OF DEATH, and THE QUIET ONES! Supernatural investigations may seem to have been mined for […]

International INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER II Trailer Travels Into The Past!

If the first trailer for INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER II didn’t give some extreme chills, allow this new international trailer to crawl under your skin! There are definitely some more hints as to where Wan & Whannell’s sequel is going to go. It’s opening up the world they’ve created, expanding the mythology, and looks ten times as […]

GRACE Director Paul Solet Heads Into A DARK SUMMER!

It’s been about 4 years since Paul Solet’s damn good directorial debut GRACE, but everyone’s favorite Jack Chop salesman is stepping behind the camera again for DARK SUMMER. Described as highly stylized modern ghost story, “the film follows Daniel Williamson, a 17 year old on house arrest for the summer. With his mother away on […]