‘Cello’ Reteams ‘Saw’ Director Darren Lynn Bousman With Star Tobin Bell

Filming has already wrapped on Cello, a brand new horror from Saw II-IV and Spiral filmmaker Darren Lynn Bousman, which reteams him with Jigsaw himself, Tobin Bell (above). Deadline reports on the film that’s described as an English and Arabic-language horror movie shot in Saudi Arabia and also stars Oscar winner Jeremy Irons, pictured below, […]

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Talking Puppet Combo’s Murder House With Rue Morgue’s Evan Millar [Safe Room Podcast]

The age-old adage of never judging a book by its cover has never been more applicable to indie horror games than it is right now.  We are inundated on a nearly daily basis with a variety of horror games, tapping into all manner of sub-genres and styles.  You genuinely love to see it as a […]

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Encyclopocalypse Launches ‘Daily Grindhouse’ Literary Imprint With ‘Landis: The Story of a Real Man on 42nd Street’

Bloody Disgusting has learned that Encyclopocalypse Publications, the company founded by Saturn and Rondo Award-winning writer/producer Mark Alan Miller (Nightbreed: The Director’s Cut, BOOM! Studios’ Hellraiser comics), is partnering with genre site DailyGrindhouse.com to launch a new imprint to publish both fiction and nonfiction books related to exploitation cinema, kicking off with a first-of-its kind […]

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The Killer Hilarity of ‘Clue’: One of the Best Comedies Ever Made [Horror Queers Podcast]

Flames… Another October has come and gone <sob>, but we’ll always have the amazing line-up that carried us through the month: Joy Ride, Halloween (2018), Blade, and now our Halloween episode, Clue, featuring the lovely ladies of Good Mourning, Nancy! The 1985 board game adaptation by UK writer/director Jonathan Lynn takes all of the elements from the classic […]

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Spooky World-Building: Looking Back on the Sci-Fi Channel’s ‘Blair Witch’ Mockumentaries

In professional wrestling, the concept of “Kayfabe” refers to an unspoken agreement between fans and performers to never acknowledge the fictional aspects of the sport. In the horror genre, we have something similar with the way Found Footage movies invite audiences to play along with the scares to enhance their viewing experience. And when it […]

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Obscurity Bites: ‘Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain’ Remains a Classic Despite Being Almost Forgotten

As popular as Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver was during the PlayStation’s heyday, its predecessor in Blood Omen almost never gets mentioned. Though not for a lack of trying. Released 25 years ago today in 1996, Blood Omen not only gave us a memorable anti-hero in Kain and unveiled the world and rich lore of […]

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Paranormal Horror Movie ‘They Live in the Grey’ Will Haunt Shudder in Early 2022

Shudder announced today that they’ve acquired worldwide rights to supernatural feature They Live in The Grey, written and directed by Burlee and Abel Vang (Bedeviled), The Shudder Original Film set to release in North America, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand in early 2022. Vertical Entertainment will be handling international sales for remaining territories at the upcoming American Film […]

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‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ Clip: Paul Rudd Lets a Demon Dog Out of a Ghost Trap; Proton Stream Burns Up the IMAX Poster! [Video]

A new clip from Ghostbusters: Afterlife is here and with it comes the spirit of the original film. In the footage, Paul Rudd charges up Egon Spengler’s old ghost trap, accidentally opening it and letting loose a demon dog. With the clip comes a brand new IMAX poster that’s singed at the corner by a proton […]

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‘Host’ Filmmaker Rob Savage Directing Film Adaptation of Stephen King’s Short Story ‘The Boogeyman’

After making a name for himself in the horror world with last year’s Shudder movie Host, Rob Savage has set up his next project, and this time around he’s tackling Stephen King. Deadline reports that Savage will be adapting King’s short story The Boogeyman for Hulu and 20th Century Studios. The film is expected to debut exclusively […]

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Exclusive Clip Checks Into ‘Night at the Eagle Inn’ for a Quick Scare [Video]

Bloody Disgusting has an exclusive clip from Night at the Eagle Inn, the latest feature from Erik Bloomquist, who saw his Ten Minutes to Midnight premiere at last year’s Popcorn Frights. It will open on VOD platforms tomorrow, November 2, 2021, from 1091 Pictures. In the film… “Fraternal twins Spencer and Sarah Moss embark on a pilgrimage […]

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‘Jason Meets The Wolfman’ – Concept Trailer from the ‘Never Hike Alone’ Team Imagines a Retro Mashup [Video]

As a special Halloween treat, the team behind the incredibly popular Friday the 13th fan film Never Hike Alone put together a fun little retro-style mashup with Jason Meets the Wolfman, a concept trailer that imagines the two horror icons battling back in the 1940s! Womp Stomp Films explains, “Jason Meets The Wolfman is a […]

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Claustrophobic ‘The Deep House’ Clip Swims Through Murky Waters to a Shocking Discovery! [Exclusive]

“At the bottom of this lake… there’s a perfectly preserved house.” Halloween might be over by EPIX is keeping the partying going with their claustrophobic and haunting aquatic horror, The Deep House, which hails from French filmmaking duo Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo, best known for their ultra-violent Inside, Livide, and Leatherface. Bloody Disgusting has an exclusive clip from the […]

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It’s Always Someone You Know: Latest ‘Scream’ Art Puts Sidney Back in Ghostface’s Crosshairs

One of the most hotly anticipated movies on the horizon, the Scream franchise returns to theaters on January 14, 2022. The filmmaking team this time around includes directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin & Tyler Gillett, as well as executive producer Chad Villella, the three members of the filmmaking group known as Radio Silence (Ready or Not, V/H/S, Southbound). The original cast is back in next year’s Scream, […]

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