The sounds of the Misfits are coming to Camp Crystal Lake, as Friday the 13th: The Game will include the iconic band’s song “Friday the 13th” on the soundtrack of the upcoming game, which is teased in a new gameplay video featuring a zombified Part VI version of Jason.
The Walking Dead gets a makeover in one of several new covers that celebrate Image Comics’ upcoming 25th anniversary. In today’s Horror Highlights, we also have a look at a “scare video” for The Bye Bye Man, information on a new Wattpad short story contest for The Magicians, DVD release details for Wolf House, a behind-the-scenes featurette for Pitchfork, and a look at a killer Jason Lives enamel pin from London 1888.
“You didn’t just go to sleep last night and wake up nine months pregnant.” Ahead of its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, Snatchers is teased in a new clip and photos that show the eerie events surrounding an unexpected pregnancy in the upcoming horror comedy series produced by STAGE 13.
A street magician’s sister is kidnapped, and he must use his skills of distraction to get her back in J.D. Dillard’s Sleight. The film is slated for release by BH Tilt on April 7th, but you can check out the official trailer right now.
Veterinary school is the setting for scares both surreal and all too real in the first red band trailer for Raw, coming out in select theaters this March from Focus World.
You will learn a lesson if Mr. Gale has anything to do with it! Ruth Platt’s The Lesson made its festival rounds across the world stage and soon Scream Factory will release the film on Blu-ray, DVD, Digital HD, and VOD platforms beginning March 7th.
The theatrical and VOD / Digital HD release of Dagen Merrill’s Atomica from Syfy Films is slated for mid-March, and casting as well as a synopsis for the film kicks off today’s Horror Highlights. Also: info on The Bye Bye Man soundtrack from the Newton Brothers, images and release details for the zombie film The ReZort, and a trailer for Hostage to the Devil.
Alice and a few of her friends try to defy death (and the living dead) in new clips from Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, hitting theaters on January 27th from Screen Gems.
One of the new clips (featuring Insidious franchise writer and actor Leigh Whannell) from The Bye Bye Man reminds viewers that “once you know his name, you can’t escape him.”
The eclectic scares of XX are teased in the horror anthology’s new trailer ahead of its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival.