DELIVER US FROM EVIL (2014) Trailers & Photos

Scott Derrickson, writer and director of SINISTER, is back with an all new, even creepier film, that will make you invest in a night light. In DELIVER US FROM EVIL, police officer Ralph Sarchie (Eric Bana) teams up with a an unlikely priest (Edgar Ramirez) to rid New York City of the several cases of … Continue reading

Trailer: PERFECT SISTERS (2014)

Abigail Breslin (LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE, ZOMBIELAND) and Georgie Henley (THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA) star as Sandra and Beth Anderson, the two sisters who have been attached at the hip since they came out of the womb. When their mother picks up old habits, and begins drinking and dating dangerous men again, the sisters find that the … Continue reading

THE GREEN INFERNO (2014) Trailer Arrives!

  Eli Roth (CABIN FEVER, HOSTEL) is back in the director’s chair with his new film THE GREEN INFERNO. The name should ring a bell, as it is the same name of the found footage film in CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST. Roth claims that Ruggero Deodato is a huge influence on him, which is obvious, with his new movie … Continue reading

Ti West’s THE SACRAMENT Airs Red Band Trailer and Poster!!

From the director of THE INNKEEPERS and THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL comes a new entry that’s already left its mark on hundreds who attended the premiere at Fantastic Fest. THE SACRAMENT follows a Vice team as they investigate an off-the-map town, shortly after one of the team member’s sisters sends a letter. Not knowing … Continue reading

Test Your Knowledge: Name that Billy!

For whatever reason, there seems to be quite a lot of “Williams” in the horror universe. Whether it be a crazed killer from the 1980s, a grungy teenager from the ’90s, or a grotesque, misunderstood boy from the 2000s, “Bill” or “Billy” seems to describe them all. Since I’ve noticed filmmakers’ fondness of this name, … Continue reading

5 Reasons Why TWILIGHT Didn’t Ruin Vampire Movies

One argument that’s been bothering me lately is the claim that the TWILIGHT franchise ruined vampire movies for good. I don’t agree with this statement, because not only is it silly to assume that one series ruined an entire sub-genre, but it seems that making such a bold claim about a film that a person … Continue reading