Horror

We always see carbon copies of big studio movies come out, especially from The Asylum but never in recent memory have two major horror entities tackled a similar subject like this.  The writers of The Conjuring, Chad and Carey Hayes, are going to be working on a franchise – yes I said franchise – surrounding
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At Fantastic Fest this past September, Ping Lumpraploeng‘s The Pool won the special mention award for “Most Fun Movie to See with an Audience,” and it was also awarded 4-stars out of the festival by Trace Thurman is his review for this very website. Much to our surprise and delight, The Pool surprise-dropped on Amazon this week,
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Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A documentary filmmaker explores seemingly unrelated paranormal incidents connected by the legend of an ancient demon called the “kagutaba.” REVIEW: The name Koji Shiraishi is pretty much as synonymous with J-horror as Hideo Nakata or Takashi Shimizu. The film he seems to be best known for here in the west might
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Adrian Halen 10/27/2019 Upcoming Horror Movies SYNOPSIS:It’s a summer job for Julia and Alexander — the chance to work with charismatic teacher, Mr. Zenidro. But something else awaits them in the mysterious school building. As the past and present blur together so do sanity and madness, and Mr. Zenidro draws them into a lesson not
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When you think about a fan film, you expect to see something that a younger person shot on their parent’s camera in their backyard with whatever props they could muster up. But lately, the fan film has become a way to find new filmmakers, and continue franchises unofficially – see the Friday the 13th fan
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As was batted around before the actual release date, Kojima Productions’ Death Stranding will indeed be headed to PC. The game, which is due out on the PlayStation 4 on November 8, will in turn be coming to PC in “early summer of 2020”. Thanks to all of you who have been supporting #DEATHSTRANDING!DEATH STRANDING
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Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Several directors take part in an anthology dedicated to short anime films. REVIEW: From the distribution team over at Shout Factory arrives a brand new animated short film anthology ripe with all sort of spectacular animation pieces. This particular release includes both collective of Genius Party (which includes 12 animated shorts)
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Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A detective investigates her father’s dying words; the name of a girl who has been missing for 9 years. REVIEW: A trend is appearing in indie horror films. The horrors within our own world, meaning our social connections, our friends, our family, and ourselves, are replacing the standard supernatural elements that
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With Halloween rapidly approaching, one’s thoughts go towards ghosts, goblins, candy and the overall sense of dread that so many movies, scary stories, and folklore provide.  That is unless you are Principal Michelle Cooney from Evanston, Illinois who seems to be getting rid of Halloween altogether.  The Evanston/Skokie School District 65 in Illinois has offered
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Rate This Movie “Pancho Moler: Born in Santiago Chile, Pancho moved to the United States at age 8. At 18 he kept on traveling as a professional skateboarder. Pancho is the first professional Little Person skateboarder in the world. After suffering a debilitating back injury, which forced him to leave skateboarding, Pancho wasn’t sure where his career would take him next. A
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Anthology films are always like your own mini-film festival. 2 hours or so, and a few different stories, generally told by various filmmakers, with varied results, and there you have it. Immortal (holding its Los Angeles Premiere at this year’s Screamfest) worked its way through its four tales by going from bad, to good, to
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Adrian Halen 10/24/2019 News Produced by Guillermo del Toro, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is available now on Digital, and on 4K, Blu-ray, and DVD on November 5th from Lionsgate. With Halloween just around the corner, we’d like to share with you two videos in support of the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Home Entertainment release. One of the
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352 Shares It seems like everywhere you turn, the music of Billie Eilish is playing. From television shows to viral internet video clips songs from Billie Eilish’s debut studio album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? can be heard. After watching her video Bury a Friend, I can genuinely appreciate the dark
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I’ve been covering this industry for over 10 years now and I have never seen the horror community take to something so quickly and so passionately. I’m not a profit but when I heard about The Slasher App at the beginning of the year, I just knew it was going to be something special. When
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125 Shares Award-winning filmmaker Carlen May-Mann is set to release her Sundance selected horror short The Rat on October 23, 2019, through Gunpowder & Sky’s Alter. Horror Freak News has obtained this exclusive trailer that you don’t want to miss. [embedded content] The Rat was written and directed by Carlen May-Mann. The short horror film
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In spite of it being delayed alongside DOOM Eternal, Bethesda and id Software have released the official announcement trailer for the upcoming re-release of DOOM 64. The game will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC on March 20, 2020, and is included as a free pre-order bonus for DOOM Eternal. Originally developed
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Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A group of rock-music-loving students, with the help of the Ramones, take over their school to combat its newly installed oppressive administration. REVIEW: A true cult classic that deserves more credit that it has been given. “Rock ‘n’ Roll High School” is one of the end of 70’s music comedy pieces
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160 Shares Another week-plus of screaming, running, avoiding chainsaws and hungry zombie jaws. Another week of looking over your shoulder, trying to decipher some strange whispering from the next room (was that a chant?) and rubbing your eyes in disbelief at all of the horrors laid out before you. Yes, it was another week in
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DOZENS OF HORROR CREATORS CELEBRATE THE RELEASE OF TWO NEWMY FAVORITE HORROR MOVIE BOOKS WITH A MINI-CONVENTION PARTY Black Vortex Cinema will celebrate the release of two new books of autobiographical essays by over 100 horror creators entitled My Favorite Horror Movie 2: The New Blood and My Favorite Horror Movie 3: Scream Warriors with
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Writer/Director Mike Flanagan has a pretty healthy relationship with Netflix, at least in terms of delivering quality horror. Last October’s The Haunting of Hill House series chilled viewers to their core. The year before that Flanagan adapted what was previously considered unadaptable; Stephen King’s Gerald’s Game. This Wild Card Sunday we’re going back to his
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