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October 18th, 2014
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AÂ group of people are trapped in a large West Berlin movie theater infected by ravenous demons whom proceed to kill and posses the humans one-by-one thereby multiplying their numbers.
For many horror fans, the nineteen eighties was a premiere time for horror flicks, offering a bevy of them, some more well-known than others. It was a time when Dario Argento, probably considered the best Italian horror director, gave us his masterpiece Continue reading
Residents of a high rise apartment building struggle to survive an outbreak of murderous demons.
I absolutely love Demons. I saw it when I was in the 7th grade and it scared the living shit out of me (though not as much as it did a neighborhood kid who was so freaked out by it his mother had to take him to the doctor because he wouldnâ€™t … Continue reading
In a dystopian future, a young girl seeks revenge on the men who killed her father
Director: Ralph Ziman
Starring: Samuel L. Jackson, India Eisley, Callan McAuliffe
Kite tells the story of Sawa (India Eisley), a young girl living in a city where crime and gangs rule the streets. After Sawaâ€™s mother and father are found murdered, she desires nothing more than revenge against the killers. Karl Aker (Samuel L. Jackson), … Continue reading
EDM/Heavy Bass producer and horror enthusiast FIGURE (aka Josh Gard) has taken a decidedly fresh tone with the release of his rock/punk filled mixtape “Tunes For Terror”. A perfect blend of such diverse punk standards as The Misfits’ “Braineaters” and Dead Kennedy’s “Halloween”, with rare rottun rockabilly masterpieces like Southern Culture On the Skids’ “Devil’s Stomping Grounds”, all bridged by classic horror trailers, FIGURE’s newest mixtape is the ultimate Halloween Party mix for fans of … Continue reading
Sarah and Josh are a young married couple who, after a car accident, has their lives start spiraling out of control when Sarah starts having what seems to be night terrors, and soon after becomes pregnant even though Josh claims to be sterile. Sarah hides a camera and soon realizes a horrible secret that is beyond her grasp of reality.
Director: Paul Leyden
Starring: Katie Walder, Matt Passmore, Nathan Keyes
The story follows two young boys who go with their single mother (O’Connor) to take care of their elderly, senile grandmother named Mercy, only to discover that she’s a witch who made a pact with a dark force many years before.
There seems to be a never ending supply of Stephen King adaptations in the horror genre.Â Carrie (1976) and Misery (1990) both inspired by King’s writing are phenomenal horror films which have … Continue reading
Purge paranormal activity while deciphering the eldritch clues of Abbadon Grange, in this terrifying, first-person single-player adventure-horror game. Gifted with psychic abilities, Anya Graves must use her unique powers to purge the spirits and monsters that infest the Haunted House. Anya can communicate with the dead to decipher puzzles and avoid deadly traps, and use additional powers to craft objects that eradicate gruesome ghosts.
Jaded by the “incestuous, New York, socialite sh_t” that sells at prominent art galleries, Nate embarks on a quest for a more authentic brand of contemporary art. When a coked-up YouTube search leads to a music video from Delawarean Goth rappers Young Torture Killers, an Insane Clown Posse knock-off, Nate knows he’s found his subjects. He soon drags his friend-with-benefits Bernadette to rural Delaware to shoot the group playing in their parents’ basement. To “immerse … Continue reading
When a young journalist decides to investigate the macabre world of “snuff films,” the worst of destinations awaits her as she becomes the next on-camera victim. Gagged, beaten, and terrified, she will do anything to survive!
Mariano Peralta’s controversial Argentinian gore film has been deemed one of the sickest and most depraved films ever made. What are the limits of screen violence? Is it moral to keep watching? You be the … Continue reading
“Troma’s Halloween Carol” tomorrow on Youtube at 9am EST tomorrow night!
Watch Lloyd be visited by ghosts of Halloween Past, Present, and Future in our bloody Halloween adaptation of Dickens’ “Christmas Carol.” Think Troma’s days are numbered? So does Marley Herz, Lloyd’s long dead partner, who warns him to “get online,” modernize, and bring Troma into the internet age!
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In anticipation of Halloween, members of the Thirty Labs teamÂ have createdÂ ScreenTexture, a portal into the darkest regions and popular classics of vintage horror films.
ScreenTexture uses youtube-fed content to create large screen visual experiences. ScreenTexture can be used with Apple TV, Google ChromeCast or in Full Screen for house parties, DJ gigs, pre-event projections, etc.
Returning to her childhood home in Louisiana to recuperate from a horrific car accident, Jessabelle comes face to face with a long-tormented spirit that has been seeking her return — and has no intention of letting her escape.
Three tales of sex and violence presented by TORO LOCO, a blood thirsty, perverted killer cowboy seeking and killing people that starred in some exploitation movie. He is showing his victims the movies before torturing and killing them with a cow skull. The first story deals with two inspectors hunting a cannibal serial killer called “The Tiger”. The second is about a ‘not-so-devoted’ husband interested in having a night of perverted sex … Continue reading
Someone is using a javelin to kill off a group of Olympic hopefuls at the Falcon Academy of Athletics. Will anyone survive to win a gold medal or all they all destined to die?
Fatal Games was one of those rare 80â€™s slasher flicks that somehow managed to elude me for years. I always wanted to see it because I thought that it sounded awesome but didnâ€™t get my hands on … Continue reading
Ted Bundy is interviewed in the hope to lead investigators to apprehend the Green River Killer in Seattle
Based on the book â€śThe Riverman: Ted Bundy and I Hunt for the Green River Killerâ€ť written by Robert D Keppel and directed by Bill Eagles, this made for TV movie is based on a true story of how investigators were assisted by Ted Bundy (already in prison) find Gary Ridgway aka The … Continue reading
Scientists discover an underwater UFO which has invaded Earth to get a hold of Godzillaâ€™s regenerative powers. Godzilla enters into an urban battle against the UFO, and in the midst of it, the ship uses the monsterâ€™s regenerative powers to morph into Orga, a brand new beast.
GODZILLA 2000 happened because Godzilla had been en vogue for over forty yearsâ€”and still is. Itâ€™s one reboot among many . . . THE … Continue reading
Based on the artwork of Alex Pardee film maker Adam Green has created what sounds to be a truly interesting take for a documentary style film.Â Titled ‘Digging Up The Marrow’ this one just got picked up for distribution by Image Entertainment.
Starring Green, Ray Wise, Will Barratt and a literal who’s who of genre vets ‘Marrow’ has an interesting synopsis:
“When filmmaker Adam Green receives a package from a strange man (Ray Wise) claiming … Continue reading
The big Halloween weekend release Alex Aja’s take on Joe Hill’s ‘Horns’, it’s been on VOD the last few weeks but if you haven’t ventured online to check it out and you’re waiting for the big theatrical roll out this weekend – well then, here’s something you haven’t seen yet.Â A brand new clip!
Starring Daniel Radcliffe the story goes like this: