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Slappy and Other Monsters Revealed in More ‘Goosebumps’ Images!

One film that's looking to have a big presence at this weekend's San Diego Comic Con is Sony's big screen adaptation of Goosebumps, which we got our first look at just about a week ago. Today, as Comic Con fast approaches, more images from the film have hit the net, and they're guaranteed to give you... Well, you get the idea. What's most exciting about this new batch of images is that they give us an idea of what … Continue Reading


If Bob Weinstein Wants a ‘Scream 5′ and ‘Scream 6′, Kevin Williamson Has the Story!

Still hoping we may finally see just what Kevin Williamson had planned for Sidney, Gale, and Dewey in Scream 5 and Scream 6?  Well he made it very clear he’s willing to sell his pitches to Bob Weinstein! Cinefilles is reporting while Williamson was promoting his new CBS television series Stalker at the 2014 Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour last week, he made a few comments about the potential for more … Continue Reading


Hot Toys’ Maleficent Figure Looks Like it Flew Right Off the Big Screen

A couple months back here on iHorror we shared with you a pretty incredible custom Maleficent figure, based on the recent big screen 'reboot' of the iconic villain. A re-paint that turned an existing toy into a dead-on likeness of star Angelina Jolie, the custom sold for a whopping $2,500 on eBay, and was a totally one-of-a-kind piece that only one lucky bidder was able to obtain. Today, high quality action figure … Continue Reading


Universal Readying Reboot of ‘Tremors’; Director Announced

It's been 24 years since the release of the very first Tremors film, which quite frankly makes it an ancient fossil, in Hollywood years. Time for a remake? You bet your Graboid-loving ass it is! After spawning two direct-to-video sequels and even a DTV prequel, as well as a short-lived TV series, Bloody Disgusting reports that Tremors has found itself on the remake chopping block, this bit of information coming their … Continue Reading

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Schwarzenegger to Star and Produce, ‘Maggie.’

The film Maggie is about a father whose 16-year old daughter receives an infection from a virus that spreads across the country. But the turn takes six months, and the story will follow this small farm American family and their struggle to help their daughter come to terms with her zombie infection. In the film, Arnold's character Wade tries to keep his daughter away from "the law." Everyone that is infected is required … Continue Reading

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Horror Comes Home – July 22nd, 2014

This week's list of new horror DVD, Blu-ray and VOD releases is a pretty damn long one, promising that All Cheerleaders Die, an Anaconda resurfaces and 100 Tears will be spilled. Read on for a complete listing of all the brand spankin' new offerings being unloaded today! 100 TEARS - DVD After being accused of crimes he did not commit, a lonely circus performer exacts his revenge on those who unjustly condemned him. … Continue Reading


Watch ‘Henry’ Director John McNaughton Discuss The Film On a 1990 Public Access Show

This has been up on YouTube for a few years, and has thousands of views, but I always enjoy finding gems like this (and Clive Barker on Politically Incorrect), and sharing them with fellow enthusiasts. If you’re a fan of Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer (and if you’re a horror fan, how could you not be?), you should check out the following videos from when director John McNaughton appeared on a public access show in … Continue Reading


Halloween: Where Are They Now?!

  In 1978, John Carpenter's Halloween became an instant classic among horror fans and hasn't faltered since. It truly stands on its own as one of cinema's horror movies' national treasures. We all know the characters that helped mold the story. What are they up to today in 2014? This article tips a hat at the cast from one of our favorite films of all time.       Jaimie Lee Curtis … Continue Reading


The 10 Horror Movies You Would Totally Survive (Part One)

We have all been there, sitting watching a movie like 28 Days Later (2002)  and thinking to ourselves "I would totally survive this! I'd be the bad-ass leader of a group of survivors with a sword, and machine gun, and chainsaw arm who would fight off the hordes of zombies/vampires/giant killer rabbits", but fact of the matter is, 95% of us are dying in horror movies. The apocalypse comes and zombies rise?  Yeah, almost … Continue Reading


Full Listing of Halloween: Complete Collection Bonus Features!

September 23rd absolutely cannot come soon enough, as that is the day that not only he comes home, but they ALL come home. On that date, EVERY film in the Halloween franchise - remakes included - is being released together for the very first time, packaged in a Blu-ray box set from Anchor Bay/Scream Factory that's quite frankly to die for. Up for grabs will be both a 10-disc regular edition of the set as well as a … Continue Reading


It’s Billy Bob vs. Killer Bear in Intense First ‘Grizzly’ Trailer

Back in January, I wrote up a post here on iHorror about ten upcoming horror movies to keep an eye on, one of which was a killer bear flick entitled Endangered. The original title of the film was Red Machine and it's once again undergone a name change, now simply titled Grizzly. In the wake of the second title change, the very first trailer for Grizzly has hit the net, courtesy of Bloody Disgusting, which is joined by … Continue Reading

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The Real Life Killer that Inspired ‘Jeepers Creepers’!

Plenty of horror movies have been inspired by actual events over the years, from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre to Child's Play. In fact, as we recently told you here on iHorror, even A Nightmare on Elm Street had real-life inspirations, despite the fact that a burnt-faced dream demon of course never truly existed. You also might be surprised to learn that 2001's Jeepers Creepers was similarly derived from true events, a … Continue Reading


Blu-ray Review: Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance

Spike Lee's recent Oldboy redux may have been a dud at the box office, but, like any remake, it was good for at least one thing: exposing viewers to the source material. The 2003 South Korean original is perhaps Park Chan-wook's greatest work; at the very least, it's his most celebrated. But we can't forget that Oldboy is part of Chan-wook's thematically-linked "Vengeance Trilogy," which began with 2002's Sympathy for … Continue Reading


Watch The Haunted LiveStream www.Hell.House

UPDATE: This project has been canceled and will re-launch at a later date due to cast, crew, and iHorror fans concern with using an actual Ouija board in this space.  We will let you know when we relaunch and what that all involves. Thanks. Ever since our last post about what was captured during the "10 Seconds To Run" campaign video - some say a ghost, some say a man behind the door, some say GI Joe on a string (I … Continue Reading

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‘One Hour Photo’s Mark Romanek to Direct Prequel to ‘The Shining’

Last year, news broke that Warner Bros. was developing a prequel film to the classic Stephen King novel The Shining. The film was to be called Overlook Hotel, and was set to be penned by former The Walking Dead showrunner Glen Mazzarra. While none of those details have changed, we now know just who will be stepping behind the camera to direct the high profile project. Mark Romanek has spent most of his career helming … Continue Reading

The Poughkeepsie Tapes

‘The Poughkeepsie Tapes’ Finally Gets an Official Release!

Satan might want to take a look outside his Hell-based residence today, if only to confirm that it hasn't frozen over. After nearly seven years sitting on a shelf in the MGM vault, the Dowdle Brothers'  (Quarantine, Devil) debut horror film has finally seen the light of day. That's right, found-footage serial killer thriller The Poughkeepsie Tapes can now be watched legally in the United States. Fittingly, the … Continue Reading


Guillermo del Toro Talks About Remaking Frankenstein

  Now here is some exciting news that I hope will come to pass! According to Collider, who sat down with del Toro yesterday to talk ghosts and haunted houses in his upcoming film Crimson Peak, it was hinted that he is in talks with Universal about a Frankenstein adaptation del Toro style. With the news of Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan rebooting a bunch of the Universal horror classics, the discussion then turned … Continue Reading


All Feline Crime is Legal in ‘The Purrrge’!

Last month we shared with you a hilarious faux trailer called Friday the 13th: Part Pug, which saw a dog in a hockey mask stalking two young canine lovers. It was adorable, of course, coming our way courtesy of The Pet Collective. Today, the fine folks over at The Pet Collective return with a new video that will warm your heart, this one inspired by The Purge: Anarchy. Aptly titled The Purrrge, the trailer imagines one … Continue Reading


Eating face: Micheal Pitt talks his hopeful reprise to ‘Hannibal’

NBC’s “Hannibal” has really taken off despite fears from fans in its introduction. Considering how fans have taken to the series, which is now two seasons in, it has distinguished itself as its own separate and welcome beast apart from the films and the books. In 2001 sub-antagonist Mason Verger was played by Gary Oldman. Verger played a character who had taken hallucinogens with Lecter. After Lecter convinces Verger … Continue Reading

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Kevin Smith’s TUSK gets release date

As stated on his Facebook page, earlier today. Writer-director Kevin Smith announced release details for his podcasting fright of fancy. But that was not all, the trailer for the offbeat horror film will also premiere during his annual Hall H panel Friday night at the San Diego comic-con.   … Continue Reading


Universal Pictures Set to Reboot Classic Movie Monsters!

Frankenstein, Dracula, The Wolf Man, Creature Of The Black Lagoon, The Invisible Man, Bride Of Frankenstein, and The Mummy, anyone remember these classic, legendary monsters? Universal Pictures is in the process of renewing and modernizing these monsters and bringing them back to the screen!   Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan will both be taking part in this upcoming project and will be looking for talent to play … Continue Reading

Sharktopus vs. Pteracuda

Conan O’Brien Confirms Role in ‘Sharktopus vs. Pteracuda’!

Next Saturday night kicks off Syfy's Sharknado Week, their answer to Discovery Channel's mega-popular annual Shark Week event. Highlights of the week-long celebration of computer generated madness include the premieres of several new movies, most notably the sequel Sharknado 2: The Second One. Capping off Sharknado Week is the August 2nd premiere of the Syfy original monster mash-up Sharktopus vs. Pteracuda, which pits … Continue Reading

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First Look at Jack Black as R.L. Stine in ‘Goosebumps’ Movie!

I may be quickly approaching my thirties, but there's still to this day nothing I love quite as much as R.L. Stine's Goosebumps books, which I will always credit for introducing me to the horror genre at a young age. In fact, without Stine and his many monster friends, it's entirely possible that I would've never become a lifelong horror fan... and that, is a horrifying thought. Needless to say, I'm incredibly excited … Continue Reading

No limit to the number of psychos taking part in the purge. (Courtesy photo)

Anarchy in the L.A. : ‘The Purge Anarchy’ Review

“The Purge: Anarchy” succeeds in all the places that the first installment of “The Purge” failed. In place of being locked in a fortified house with Ethan Hawke and his family during the annual purge, the second installment opens the mayhem up into the streets and takes a closer look at the concept that the first film only teased. The purge is an annual event that was sanctioned by the government to help cut down on … Continue Reading


‘Face Off’ Makes it’s Way to Universal Halloween Horror Nights!

  Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights is creeping closer and closer! Only 9 weeks left until fans are scared out of their wits in one of the most popular Halloween adventures! Universal has revealed  one of their many scare zones, Face Off Scare Zone.   People will now witness the popular Syfy series up close and personal! The show has been running successfully for six seasons now. Talented and up-and coming … Continue Reading

The Conjuring

Annabelle Comes to Life in Teaser Trailer for Conjuring Spin-Off

It wasn't long after the release of last year's The Conjuring that we learned a spin-off was in the works, centering on the spooky real life-inspired doll Annabelle. The aptly titled Annabelle is set for release on October 3rd, telling the origin story of the titular doll, prior to the events of The Conjuring. And yes, in case you're wondering, a direct sequel to The Conjuring is also in the works, which is scheduled … Continue Reading


Found Gets Theatrical, VOD Release Date As Headless Meets Kickstarter Goal

It's been a big week for the Forbidden Films crew - the folks behind genre festival hit Found and its upcoming spin-off Headless. Earlier this month, we reported that Found will hit DVD in September in the US (October in the UK). This was straight from director Scott Schirmer. Before that, it looks like the film will see a limited theatrical and VOD release courtesy of XLrator Media. Deadline reports that that this … Continue Reading


Check yourself into Dr. Andover’s ‘Fear Clinic’

  Director Robert Hall is back with the very anticipated movie, Fear Clinic.  The fan-funded movie is making quite the buzz in the horror movie genre and even the music world. Robert Englund is set to star as his 2009 web series character, Dr. Andover. Englund’s character wants to cure phobias within five patients by using his Fear Chamber, which traps patients into a coffin like contraption and the person in the … Continue Reading


First Trailer for ‘Ouija’ Makes Contact with the Dead

I think it's pretty safe to assume that everyone reading this right now has played around with a Ouija Board at least once in their life. The idea, of course, is that a group of friends place their hands on a triangular piece of plastic referred to as a 'planchette,' which moves around the board and spells out words - compelled to do so by a spirit from the other side. As a kid, I played around with a Toys R … Continue Reading

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