Star Ace Toys' new Scars of Dracula statue wants to suck your blood, and Sideshow Collectibles revealed photos of the statue commemorating the 1970 Hammer horror film.
Sometimes, charm is enough to get a movie across the finish line. It may not all work, the whole may be less than the sum of the parts, but if there’s enough charm to it all, we audiences will tend to overlook some of the more obvious issues and give ourselves over to a film. We like to be charmed.
"There's a murderer among us." Looking for another supernatural show set in a small town after watching the second season of Stranger Things? Netflix's new German series Dark might satisfy your ’80s-centric cravings, as evidenced by a new trailer that features sleuthing kids, a deadly small-town secret, and enough strange phenomena to make you feel like you're back in Hawkins.
Established fans and newcomers alike of Dark Shadows (1966–1971), gather 'round. MPI Media Group has made the original series available to watch on its new streaming service which made its maiden voyage this past Halloween. Continue reading for full details on the service as well as exclusive subscriber goodies:
She wanted her little brother to stop crying, and her desire is so strong that it makes him vanish—at least temporarily—in the new clip from Thelma, a new coming-of-age, supernatural-charged thriller from The Orchard.
After Wolf Creek Season 1 aired on Stan and Pop TV in 2016, Mick Taylor, the greasy Outback killer, has made Shudder (dun dun dun!) his new hunting grounds, giving horror fans another chance to immerse themselves in the serial killer's mayhem.
Sad that the Halloween season is over already? Have no fear, it has been extended! Check out the new Halloween shirts revealed by Terror Threads that get this edition of Horror Highlights rolling. Also: Kaleidoscope release details and trailer, Ghost Box short story collection edited by Patton Oswalt, a clip and trailer for My Little Sister, TV4 Entertainment and The Asylum's new Apocalypse streaming service, Beneath Us acquisition details, info on the new comic Rusty Revolver, and info on Christopher Michael Carter's new horror novels.
After taking a bite out of crime (literally) in 2014's WolfCop, alcoholic lycanthrope Lou Garou returns for a second round of hairy misadventures in Another WolfCop, which is teased in a new trailer ahead of its December theatrical release from Parade Deck Films.
Ambition should never be a dirty word, especially when it comes to micro-budget movies. Especially micro-budget movies shot on a camcorder starring a Yugoslavian actor who goes by the amazing moniker "Lazar Rockwood." Which brings us to the kind of amazing Canadian-made Cube/Saw prototype Beyond the Seventh Door (1987), lovingly presented on DVD by Intervision, who never fail to cover all of your shot-on-video needs.
As feature debuts go, director Ted Geoghegan’s 2015 ghost story We Are Still Here was a real kick in the ass: a slow-burn throwback to the work of Lucio Fulci that spent most of its running time building dread and atmosphere before exploding into outrageous gore in its go-for-broke climax. Beyond being an extremely effective haunted house movie (my favorite horror movie of that year), it was also a sad and atmospheric meditation on grief and loss—there was a genuine emotional backbone to the story, making it just as involving as it was scary.
For Mohawk, his 2017 follow-up that recently screened at Chicago’s Cinepocalypse film festival, Geoghegan has done it again, sneaking a real human story into thrilling genre fare.
After bringing Preacher to life on screen on AMC (the series will return for its third season in 2018), Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen will now adapt another Garth Ennis comic book series: The Boys.
As creepy as the visuals are in William Friedkin's The Exorcist, it's the sounds that are perhaps the most haunting, and Waxwork Records is paying tribute to the music of Mike Oldfield and Jack Nitzsche with their deluxe vinyl score that includes remastered tracks from the original master tapes (including the iconic "Tubular Bells") and new artwork by Phantom City Creative artist Justin Erickson:
Widely regarded as one of the greatest (if not the greatest) horror anthologies of all time, George A. Romero's Creepshow will celebrate its 35th anniversary on November 12th, and before Nathan Grantham starts asking where the celebratory cake is to commemorate the occasion, the fine folks at Fright Rags are getting the party started early with an apparel collection that features eight new shirt designs based on the beloved Stephen King-penned tales:
Mondo's new vinyl score releases this week include the spooky sounds of the Tanz Dance Academy and the crime-ridden city of Gotham, as the company will be unleashing Death Waltz's online exclusive version of Goblin's Suspiria score and Danny Elfman's atmospheric tunes from Batman Returns.
Scream Factory will be giving horror fans more titles to look forward to beyond the forthcoming holiday months, as they've now announced a new Blu-ray release of the 1975 Spanish horror film Night of the Seagulls (aka Don't Go Out at Night and Terror Beach).