FILMTRAILERS

First Look at ‘Another Wolfcop’

Alcoholic werewolf cop Lou Garou springs into action when an eccentric businessman with evil intentions seduces Woodhaven’s residents with a new brewery and hockey team in this outrageous horror-comedy sequel. Those who missed out on the original Wolfcop may not know exactly what they’re looking at here, but they’re certainly not lost …

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Family is Reunited in ‘Ayla’ Trailer

A man haunted by the mysterious death of his 4-year-old sister brings her back to life thirty years later as an adult woman, with dire consequences. Ayla is the latest effort from writer-director Elias. This first trailer shows off some intriguing cinematography paired with a soliloquy by a struggling protagonist. …

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FILMREVIEW

A 666-Character Review of ‘Terror 5’

Terror 5 is an ambitious effort from Argentinian filmmakers the Rotstein brothers. It covers five stories and as many subgenres, with one story doubling as a wraparound of sorts. Each is said to be based on a regional urban legend, but the wraparound is distinctly supernatural and out of step …

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A Chainsaw is an Unfortunate Present in ‘Leatherface’ Trailer

In Texas, years before the events of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre, in the early days of the infamous Sawyer family, the youngest child is sentenced to a mental hospital after a suspicious incident leaves the sheriffs’ daughter dead. Ten years later, he kidnaps a young nurse and escapes with 3 …

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FILMREVIEW

A 666-Character Review of ‘Watch the Sunset’

Watch the Sunset takes viewers to a small town in Australia and follows a day in the life of detestable protagonist, Danny. A unflinching view of what it takes to exit your friendly neighborhood heroin trade. Spoiler alert: it is not so friendly. Artfully done in a one-take shot and …

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PODCAST

Episode 126: Killing Ground / Cryptids Down Under

This week…oh this week…Byron watches everything, we talk unrecognized Australian wildlife, and review a film so appalling that Kelly almost quit the show… An Aussie survival horror film directed by Damien Power, called Killing Ground.

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FILMREVIEW

A 666-Character Review of ‘Rupture’

Rupture is a survival horror/thriller that delivers an innovative twist on an abduction story. Protagonist Renee is taken after her car breaks down to an undisclosed location where she is kept and subjected to her greatest fear. Led by Noomi Rapace, superb acting pushes the script from “unlikely futuristic science …

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‘Killing Ground’ Trailer Has a Tent Full of Tension

A couple’s romantic camping trip becomes a desperate fight for survival in this ultra-raw, unhinged kill ride. In need of a break from the pressures of their life in the city, Sam (Harriet Dyer) and Ian (Ian Meadows) head to a remote beach for a weekend getaway. When they come …

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FILMREVIEW

A 666-Character Review of ‘Hell House LLC’

If you’re feeling the summer blues and yearning for crisp fall nights back-lit by jack-o-lanterns, Hell House will bring you the ninety minutes of solace you’re looking for. Hell House’s premise is nothing new: a crew of young filmmakers craft a documentary about the deadly, opening night of a new …

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FILM

‘The Houses October Built’ Sequel Set for September Release

The Houses October Built is back for round 2. Zack Andrews and Bobby Roe, the original writers, directors, and stars, are partnering with RLJE Films for North American distribution on The Houses October Built 2. Andrews and Steven Schneider of Insidious fame are the producers. The original film stars Brandy …

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FILMTRAILERS

’68 Kill’ Trailer Brings a Humorous Fresh Take to Killing Sprees

While the mash up of horror and comedy can often breed unsavory results, 68 Kill looks to make itself known as both disturbing and humorous.  The trailer teases sleazy hotel rooms, a murderous sugar baby, and everyone’s favorite dreamboat goofball, Matthew Gray Gubler. Trailer-dwelling, sewage-pumping Chip (Matthew Gray Gubler) may not lead …

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FILMREVIEW

A 666-Character Review of ‘Wish Upon’

When an inscription on an old Chinese box claims it can grant wishes, Clare jumps at the chance to change her life, unaware of the grisly cost. The promised blood, however, is a bit light due to the PG-13 rating. It would be easy to write this off as a …

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FILMREVIEW

A 666-Character Review of ‘3 Dead Trick or Treaters’

Anthologies are the new found footage. Where the latter allows an excuse for low production quality, the former permits multiple half-cooked ideas to be strung one after another. 3 Dead Trick Or Treaters is this kind of anthology. The one thing the film has going for it is its lack …

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PODCAST

Episode 125: The Bad Batch / Mysterious Mountains International

This week we Byron brings up unnecessary awfulness, we continue creeping up spooky summits worldwide, & review Ana Lily Amurpour’s sophomore effort, a love story set in a community of cannibals in a future dystopia called, The Bad Batch. And you…me…we are/were in for a treat! I (Byron) was lucky …

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Captain Kelly’s Cryptids & Conspiracies Episode 14: The Roswell Incident

Well folks… …this has been in the works for a while now… “The Roswell Incident: a Captain Kelly’s Cryptids & Conspiracies Special Presentation” has arrived. In celebration of the 70th anniversary of the crash, this landmark episode is available both digitally to Patreon Patrons, & on limited edition, florescent green …

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FILMREVIEW

A 666-Character Review of ‘A Dark Song’

Liam Gavin’s grim story of a hate-filled grieving woman and a disturbed occultist dares to focus on the ritual and pain one goes through for Earthly redemption. Gavin expertly shows how heavy, horrid, and time-consuming black magic rituals would be—yes, an aspiring occultist needs more than a Ouija Board to …

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FILMTRAILERS

Found Footage ‘Alter’ Trailer Breaks All the Rules

Alter is a found footage film that asks the question “Would you survive in a horror movie?” and makes it clear that the main characters probably won’t as they break every rule laid out. The film feels more raw and realistic than found footage films have become lately. It seems …

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FILM

Dark Sky Films to Release Rape-Revenge Thriller ‘M.F.A.’ this Fall

Fans of women filmmakers: add another title to your “must track release date” list. MPI Media Group acquired all rights in the United States to M.F.A., a deeply moving and thrilling rape-revenge film directed by Natalia Leite (Bare) and written by actress Leah McKendrick (Bad Moms). M.F.A. tells the story of Noelle, an art student, who is …

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FILM

‘The Dark Tapes’ Hits Disk on July 4th

Film Financier and Distributor Epic Pictures will be releasing the DVD of the multi-award winning anthology horror film The Dark Tapes, which will be available to purchase online and will also be available nationwide via Redbox.  Support horror, Pre-order directly now. The Dark Tapes is a horrifying blend of terror and mayhem which takes …

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FILMNEWS

Bloody Disgusting Launches Podcast Network

Bloody Disgusting has announced an official podcast network to launch under their moniker. It will be a horror-centric network featuring a variety of new shows. The official launch lineup will include five shows, with hopes that everyone can find something they like. The shows will be available on iTunes, Google …

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Jack

Handmades tale is a great book and a great move

Byron McKoy
Byron McKoy

Love you too, Jake! Opinions on the content aside, I feel the show is just soaked in true awfulness and dread. Something that I really dig in my viewies. I've…

Jake

I digress though, I apologize for the Handmaid rant. I've got an extreme feminist neighbor who I had a rather long debate over this with. She swore that Margarete Atwood…

Jake

It made me sad that you liked The Handmaids Tale... I read the book. Its so poorly written, drivel really. Its nonsense. Not to mention its pitched as the great…