Amityville: The Awakening To Be Released For Free

by Peter Paltridgeon September 22, 2017
Earlier in the year we reported on Amityville: The Awakening, the latest in a long, long, LONG-running series of films about a specific haunted house — a film that was supposedly so bad that its parent company refused to release it in the US. Originally scheduled for the big screen on April 15, 2016. It […]


Riverdale Spinoff Starring Sabrina In The Works

by Peter Paltridgeon September 20, 2017
Looks like Sabrina the Teenage Witch, one of America’s most iconic brujas, is getting her own TV show again. Those hoping for a nostalgia trip are in for a shock though — in sharp contrast to the carefree upbeat tone of the 90’s version (as well as the 60’s Filmation cartoon), this will be a […]


Jamie Lee Curtis Returning To Halloween Franchise

by Peter Paltridgeon September 15, 2017
Soon Jamie Lee Curtis will be returning to the role that made her famous, Laurie Strode in 1978’s Halloween. According to a press release put out today by Blumhouse, Laurie will return to “come to her final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree […]

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“Suffer The Little Children” Will Be The Next Stephen King Film

by Peter Paltridgeon September 13, 2017
“It” is a big smash! It’s wowed critics, charmed audiences, and burned up the box office, earning $132 million during its opening weekend. That’s the most lucrative opening a King movie has ever had…..and it’s also one of the highest-earning openings of any September movie in history, the best opening day ever for a horror […]

Stephen King’s Gerald’s Game Gets A Netflix Adaption

by Peter Paltridgeon September 7, 2017
Stephen King published Gerald’s Game in 1992, at the height of Hollywood’s hunger for adapting his work. However, the book was entirely glanced over until now, and when you hear the plot, you understand why: it takes place entirely on a bed. So why, you might ask, did they not pull a Lawnmower Man and […]

The Flashback Interview: Debra Lamb

by Johnny Capson September 3, 2017
(Cover photo by David Hauser) It was a pretty boring Summer, with the occasional rough patch at work, but some nice things happened during the season. One of them was my next interview. My first exposure to Debra Lamb came when I purchased the 1987 movie “Stripped To Kill” on DVD. Ms. Lamb’s dancing stood […]

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Drew Barrymore Producing Horror Anthology Series

by Peter Paltridgeon September 1, 2017
You may know Drew Barrymore for light bubbly entertainment like the Charlie’s Angels movies, but it’s the same Drew from Stephen King’s “Firestarter.” Her latest TV project has been the cannibalistic comedy Santa Clarita Diet, so with this latest news, you could say we’ve entered Barrymore’s dark period. Black Rose Anthology is the name of […]

Netflix Re-Envisions Stranger Things As A Video Game

by Peter Paltridgeon August 31, 2017
Netflix has released a new Stranger Things-related video. As far as trailers go, it’s impossible to beat the Vincent Price Thriller narration from what came out during Comic-Con. That’s why this latest video from Netflix is more of a recap than a trailer. What the heck, we like it anyway. It’s certainly one of the […]

Channel Zero: The No-End House Begins September 20

by Peter Paltridgeon August 17, 2017
Creepypasta isn’t scary noodles, it’s the 21st century version of the campfire ghost story, only spoken around computer monitors instead of flames. The creepypasta wiki is full of the best ones, and SyFy has been doing something novel by taking some of the most popular creepypasta and adapting them into seasons of Channel Zero, their […]

Visit The House On Rodeo Gulch If You Dare

by Peter Paltridgeon August 3, 2017
Most of the horror movies you hear about these days traffic in the ghosts and monsters variety. Far less common is the Hitchcockian Thriller, where the tension comes from the situation itself, not the idea or setup elements. We could use a few more of them, to be honest. Director William Scherer is taking on […]

The Ice Cream Truck Opens August 18; New Trailer

by Peter Paltridgeon August 2, 2017
Distributor October Coast will be bringing The Ice Cream Truck to a neighborhood near you later this month, thanks to the efforts of writer-director Megan Freels Johnston. The bad news is, Mary’s husband has to relocate because of his job. The good news is, his employer is coincidentally moving them to the neighborhood where Mary […]

Joe Dante To Direct Camp Cold Brook

by Peter Paltridgeon August 2, 2017
Director Joe Dante of Gremlins fame is now working on a horror movie called Camp Cold Brook. It’s about the crew of a “reality” TV show that goes on fake ghost hunts for ratings. This movie belonging to the genre that it does, the crew is about to encounter some REAL spooks — at Camp […]