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Release Date for NECAs NES Jason Mask

Revealed at this years San Diego Comic Con, beloved horror toy company NECA revealed a replica Jason Voorhees mask with a paint scheme in the style of the NES game. Today a release date for that mask was revealed and you can own it this November! Relive those childhood frustrations of trying to light all those damn fireplaces without Jason killing everyone first or killing his mother's floating head... from behind the … Continue Reading


Theatrical Review: As Above, So Below

The best way to explain a new movie to someone who hasn’t yet seen it is to compare it to popular, well-known movies from the past, as that quickly and easily paints a picture in the mind of a cinematic experience that hasn’t yet been experienced. Going with that line of thinking, the best way I can describe As Above, So Below is that it’s The Goonies meets Event Horizon, fusing together the adventurous fun of the … Continue Reading

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‘Halloween’s Michael Myers Headed to Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights

Just when you might have thought that the line-up for Universal Orlando's Halloween Horror Nights 2014 couldn't possibly get any better, the theme park giant has decided to play their biggest trump card yet: Michael Myers. For the first time ever, the deranged man in the white William Shatner mask is headed to the Sunshine State. To be fair, Universal Hollywood's HHN previously played host to The Shape in 2009, but … Continue Reading


So, Who Was That Badass Dude at the End of Last Sunday’s Episode of ‘The Strain’?

First off, if you're not watching The Strain, you really should start. It's FX's new vampire series, based on the same-named trilogy of novels from Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan, and the first seven episodes have all around been incredibly entertaining, full of colorful characters and some truly wild monster action. Never too late to start playing catch up. If you've been watching, this past Sunday night's episode … Continue Reading


Original SAW Returning to Theaters this Halloween

It's hard to believe that it's now been 10 years since the seemingly-dead Jigsaw rose up from a dirty bathroom floor and cemented his status as a bonafide horror icon. Spanning seven total installments, the Saw franchise no doubt ranks right up there with all the greats, defining an era and making a whooooooooooole lot of that green stuff. Given the popularity and moneymaking success of the franchise, it's likely that … Continue Reading

Lords of Salem

Still Wondering If You Should Read The ‘Lords of Salem’ Novel?

After seeing The Lords of Salem probably five or six times, I gave the book a whirl after receiving a copy from my wife as a gift. I had wanted to pick it up and read it for some time, but now it was in front of me, so I set aside another book I was reading, and dove right in. If you’ve been wondering whether or not you should give it a read, the short answer is yes. If you’re a fan of the movie, you should definitely … Continue Reading


Take a look at the horrifying Phigments from the imagination of Matthew Dutton!

Artist and sculptor Matthew Dutton is responsible for some of the most nightmarish artwork currently on display in the horror community. Based in Hixson Tennessee, Mr. Dutton's work is haunting and original, the bulk of it forming a long line of terrifyingly life-like sculptures that he refers to as "Phigments". These creepy critters are each unique and unforgettable, incorporating many stylistic elements simultaneously … Continue Reading


5 of the Craziest Asian Zombie Films You Probably Haven’t Seen (and really should)

There is something to be said for the sheer craziness of zombie films that come from Asia; while the western template for the zombie film has stood stock for years (pick two zombie movies; their plots are, at their core, similar), Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Thai filmmakers have taken more chances with the zombie genre.  Now that is not to say that all Asian zombie films are better/different than those zombie films made … Continue Reading


New Release Review: The Possession of Michael King

This week, Gold Circle Films released The Possession of Michael King on DVD and Blu-ray.  I've always been a fan of possession films and have become a true devotee of the found footage horror phenomenon as it has developed, so I knew I had to check this one out as soon as I could.  I was not disappointed in the least. Michael King is a documentary film maker and an atheist.  After his wife is killed in an accident, he … Continue Reading


The Awesome ‘Leprechaun’ Toy That Was Almost Released!

This week marked the return of a horror icon, as the reboot Leprechaun: Origins was released for purchase through VOD outlets. Well, it’s not exactly the return of the character we’ve come to know and love, as the reboot is a total departure from the original series, but you get what I’m trying to say. While pretty much all of the big franchise horror icons have been given many of their own toys over the years, the … Continue Reading


House of Manson Trailer Debuts

Charles Manson himself I believe needs no introduction, but it's enough to say the crimes he and his "family" committed will forever haunt the world. From the director of The Black Dahlia Haunting and the recently released Dead Sea, Brandon Slagle, presents the trailer to his latest flick the House of Manson, about the life and crimes of Charles Manson. Check out the synopsis and trailer below. House of Manson … Continue Reading


Holiday Horror Flick ‘To All a Goodnight’ Finally Coming to DVD/Blu-ray!

Though films like Silent Night, Deadly Night and Black Christmas no doubt represent the cream of the crop when it comes to horror movies set during the most joyful time of the year, there are dozens of holiday horror flicks that are often overlooked by the majority of fans, including such gems as Christmas Evil and Santa's Slay. Though I wouldn't exactly call it a gem, it simply wouldn't be right to talk Christmas … Continue Reading


Watch Slender Man Short Film ‘The Eidolon State’

Dread Central, in partnership with Freeze Frame Film, have debuted a freaky little short film about everyone's favorite fictional supernatural entity, Slender Man, entitled The Eidolon State! Dion Cavallaro and Paul Thomas, with Paul playing the lead alongside his cast Sarah Pike and Cain Harrip portraying the notorious Slender Man. Dread Central also reported that the film would debut on YouTube this Friday after their … Continue Reading


Artist Gives Recent Horror Movies A VHS Makeover

  Ahh... Nostalgia isn't it? It's become pretty transparent that the fans of the horror movie genre are becoming more and more nostalgic with obtaining horror movies on VHS and Laserdisc. Hey if you can find a Beta copy you've hit a jackpot. It really has nothing to do with the quality of the movie vs. for instance blu-ray.. It's more for just pure reminiscence of when we were kids and the artwork on a lot of the … Continue Reading


Series 5 of Funko’s Walking Dead Vinyl Toys Includes Pull-Apart Zombie!

We talk about Funko a whole lot here on iHorror and that's because they're consistently churning out new products that we just can't wait to get our hands on. On the Walking Dead front, the toy company has released nearly every major character in the past four series' of their POP! vinyl line, and the brand new fifth series puts even more of those beloved characters onto our toy shelves. Shambling our way next month, … Continue Reading


Mummy Horror Returns with The Pyramid; Watch the Intense Trailer!

The filmmaking duo of Alexandre Aja and Gregory Levasseur have brought some pretty awesome horror films into our lives the past several years, including High Tension, The Hills Have Eyes (2006) and Maniac (2012). All of the above were co-written by Levasseur and now he's making his directorial debut with The Pyramid, produced by Aja. Seemingly out of nowhere, the trailer for the film emerged from the Egyptian desert … Continue Reading


Meet the Mysterious Man Sookie Stackhouse Ended Up Marrying!

This past Sunday night was of course the season finale of HBO's True Blood, which brought the show to a close on a fairly uneventful note. If you haven't yet watched it, there are plenty of spoilers to be found in the next couple paragraphs, so you might want to avoid going any further! The most shocking moment of the finale was Sookie Stackhouse killing longtime lover Bill Compton, reluctantly staking him in the heart … Continue Reading


Virtually Visit the Underground Cemetery that Inspired ‘As Above, So Below’

This Friday marks the theatrical release of one of the few remaining big screen horror films of 2014; As Above, So Below. The film centers on a group of explorers who find more than they bargained for in the catacombs of Paris, uncovering a dark secret that threatens to destroy them all. Though the events of the film aren't actually grounded in reality, the setting most definitely is. Yes, underneath the streets of … Continue Reading

The Walking Dead

Horror Comes Home – August 26th, 2014

It's Tuesday, which means a whole new batch of horror films have been released onto DVD, Blu-ray and VOD outlets. Read on for this week's complete listing! AFTERMATH - DVD & BLU-RAY The devastating horror of a nuclear apocalypse is now reality and nine desperate strangers find themselves clinging to life in a farmhouse cellar, while radioactive fallout descends on the darkened world above. These would-be survivors … Continue Reading


Tightwad Terror Tuesday for 8-26-14 – More of the Best Free Horror Films on the Web

It’s between paychecks again, but that’s no reason for you to go without good horror movies.  Lucky for you, you know iHorror.  Here is another batch of movies that can be viewed for the mere cost of a mouse click or two. Christine Based on a Stephen King novel and directed by John Carpenter, Christine is the classic 1983 film about a very haunted, and very jealous, red-and-white 1958 Plymouth Fury that finds … Continue Reading


10 Potential Villains That Were Actually Helpful

This post was a little tough to title due to the differences in types of characters listed, but I think you'll get the point. Sometimes potentially threatening characters or monsters in films end up being helpful if not good guys entirely. Not all monsters are bad. Not all of the undead are out to get you. Sometimes they're there to help. Sometimes they're just trying to figure out the world themselves. Sometimes there … Continue Reading

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5 Promising Horror Movie Trailers for 2014

1. Tusk The idea for Tusk first occurred on an episode of Kevin Smith's podcast, Smodcast. The idea came when Smith and co-host Scott Mosier began discussing a strange story that Kevin had discovered when trawling the internet one day. The story was of an advertisement someone posted on Gumtree for someone to come and live with them as a lodger. The applicant would be able to live with them for free, with the odd … Continue Reading

The Devil's Rejects

Rob Zombie Wants to Bring Firefly Clan Back to Life

As far as memorable characters in recent horror movies go, they don't get much more iconic than Baby, Captain Spaulding and Otis Driftwood, who were of course the main characters in both House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil's Rejects. With all three characters biting the bullet at the end of the latter, it seemed any sort of follow-up was completely off the table, though let's not count out such a film just … Continue Reading

Freshman Girl Impaled By Golf Club at ASU Fraternity Party

Freshman Girl Impaled By Golf Club at ASU Fraternity Party

This story feels like it was pulled right from some sort of Final Destination type of movie.  We hope that her recovery is successful! Natalie Eaton, 18, was impaled by a golf club in a freak accident at one of Arkansas State University's first parties of this year. According to police, two guys were tossing a football back and forth at a Kappa Alpha rush cookout when one decided to "bat" the football with the club. The … Continue Reading

American Horror Story Freak Show

Check Out the Latest Teaser for ‘American Horror Story: Freak Show’

We're just a little over one month away from the highly anticipated premiere of American Horror Story: Freak Show. As such, the hype levels are reaching maximum insanity. Case in point, FX released a brand new teaser for the upcoming season this past weekend, and we here at iHorror have got your back in case you missed it. In usual American Horror Story fashion, there really isn't much to the teaser, although it does … Continue Reading


All About Evil: Will Have you Screaming and Laughing For More!

        Comedy? Gore? What more could people ask for from this in 2010 movie, All About Evil. A few friends, who suggested that this movie could be the next cult classic, recommended All About Evil. While looking into the movie, I heard that it was a mixture of modern horror elements with inspiration from Rocky Horror Picture Show The movie starts out with Deborah Tennis who inherits her … Continue Reading


Can You Survive Five Nights at Freddy’s?

Having played more than enough horror games and growing up with horror movies, very few things legitimately give me the willies or make me jump. That all changed recently when I played Five Nights at Freddy's. The idea behind the game is quite simple, thus making it effective. You're the new security guard at children's favorite pizza place, Freddy Fazbear's Pizza. Your job seems pretty easy, just sit and watch the … Continue Reading

Matthew McConaughey

Warner Bros. Wants Matthew McConaughey to Play Randall Flagg in ‘The Stand’

Fresh off of his universally praised stint on HBO's True Detective, Matthew McConaughey's career has fully kicked back into high gear. He already picked up an Oscar for Dallas Buyers Club, and seems very likely to nab his first Emmy statue at this Monday night's ceremony. Now, Deadline reports that McConaughey is Warner Bros.' top choice to play iconic Stephen King villain Randall Flagg in Josh Boone's upcoming theatrical … Continue Reading


‘The Ring 3′ Gets Oscar-Winning Screenwriter

Earlier this month, we brought you the news that a third Ring film was moving ahead at Paramount, and that a director had been found.  Today, we can report that a new writer has come aboard the tentatively titled The Ring 3, and it's an Oscar-winning one to boot. Akiva Goldsman won his golden statuette for his work on the screenplay for Ron Howard's 2001 drama A Beautiful Mind, and later re-teamed with Howard on the … Continue Reading


Bridging the Gap: Embracing Horror Musicals In All Their Glory

For a long time, now, there has been this imaginary line about eight miles wide that has separated the world of horror films and the world of musical movies.  Fans on either side would vehemently deny that the two worlds ever could or should exist in the same space at the same time.  As a fan of both genres, I always found that a little sad.  Now understand, I don't ever want to see a Glee-esque dance number in the next … Continue Reading


Danielle Harris Does Topless Ice Bucket Challenge. Yea. Go Ahead. Click This Bait.

Danielle Harris is totally hot. I know, I know. It's weird typing or speaking those words, since the name Danielle Harris still conjures up images of Halloween 4 & 5, when she was way below the legal limit, but we were all kids once. So get over it. She's 37 now. She's sexy. And she knows it. And you do too. In addition to being sexy, Danielle Harris is also pretty damn talented, which is evidenced by the fact … Continue Reading


Watch a Scene from True Blood’s Unaired Pilot; Tara Played by Different Actress!

We're just two days away from the very last episode of HBO's True Blood, the show finally coming to a close after seven seasons full of vampires, werewolves, shape-shifters and pretty much every other monster you can possibly think of - except for Sasquatch. There never was a Sasquatch on True Blood, which kind of bums me out. But I digress. The first episode of True Blood premiered just about six years ago, on … Continue Reading


The Green Inferno’s Gory Red Band Trailer Welcomes You to the Jungle

I was incredibly bummed to hear the recent news that Eli Roth's next film The Green Inferno has been pulled from the distributor's release schedule, due to behind the scenes silliness that will likely prevent it from coming out this year, as originally planned. A damn shame, considering we were so close to the September 5th release date that I had been anxiously awaiting. If the news was as big of a disappointment to … Continue Reading

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