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Category: Horror

Horror movie about PTSD is coming to a theaters this June

The very real horrors of PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) take on a supernatural sheen in first time director Aaron B. Koontz’s deep, dark psychological horror movie Camera Obscura, a movie that has echoes of the classic The Twilight Zone episode “The Purple Testament” with more than a dash of Michael Powell’s controversial 1960 thriller Peeping Tom. Camera Obscura stars […]

Blumhouse film “Only You” adds David Oyelowo to project

Blumhouse is gearing up for its newest film Only You from writer Jacob Estes, who will both write and direct the project. Deadline is reporting that Selma star David Oyelowo has just been cast in the film. Though there is little information about Only You yet, it’s being called a thriller involving time travel. Jason Blum from Blumhouse will produce Only You. Executive producing are Oyelowo, Couper […]

Jess Franco and Christopher Lee “Fu Manchu” movies coming to Blu-Ray!

Eurohorror archivists and sleaze saviors Blue Underground are resurrecting a pair of exploitation film icon Jess Franco‘s most sought after late ’60s efforts, films made for his frequent collaborator and friend, producer Harry Alan Towers and starring the immortal Christopher Lee. Based on the writing of pulp author Sax Rohmer, 1968’s The Blood of Fu […]

Red Band “Alien: Covenant” trailer is here, and with a few new surprises

The latest trailer for Alien: Covenant finally gets the Red Band treatment, showing more gore, action, and, of course, bad language, than the original trailer revealed. Alien: Covenant picks up years after the ill-fated journey in Prometheus left off, finally revealing what happened to that film’s two survivors. While Noomi Rapace is set to reprise her […]

The Second Night of “Horrible Imaginings Film Festival 2016” #hiffsd

The second night of the Horrible Imaginings Film Festival in San Diego kicked off with the most surprising of documentaries. However, festival director Miguel Rodriguez explained the significance behind this documentary and why it should be shown. Following that first film we were treated to this night’s programming of the Comedy Shorts Block, after which […]

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