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Category: Horror Feature News
Posted: 7 November, 2017 at 23:32 PM GMT
Horror-on-Sea Entry Echoes Hitchcock Starkness

With Halloween this week, one director's screening at Southend's annual horror festival is ready to scare with a short film - set around an event most of us know only too well. The Horror-on-Sea festival will feature short "Fugly" directed by Mark Benmore, who has created the ultimate blind date from hell. Screening on Sunday, 21st January and shot in just one day in a tiny London flat, the short features a young woman welcoming in a young man for a drink before things go very, very wrong.

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Category: Horror Press Release News
Posted: 17 October, 2017 at 21:54 PM GMT
Are Food Supplies Running out for the Walking Dead Survivors?

With season 8 of The Walking Dead around the corner, an online label company has created an infographic on how food supplies and identification labels hold up over time, all in the name of surviving the apocalypse.

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survival, horror, amc
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Category: Horror Press Release News
Posted: 5 October, 2017 at 18:55 PM GMT
When Cheers Turn To Screams...An Interview with the Creative Team Behind Mercy Christmas

With Halloween quickly approaching, October marks the most popular time for horror films to be released. This season is no different with It quickly becoming a box office success and titles such as Happy Death Day, Amityville: The Awakening, Let Her Out and the latest Saw installment all hitting theaters. Another film worth paying attention to is Mercy Christmas, directed by Ryan Nelson from a script he co-wrote with Beth Levy Nelson. The film is a genre bending story that follows Michael Briskett (Steven Hubbell) as he meets the perfect woman (Casey O’ Keefe) and his ideal Christmas dream comes true when she invites him to her family's holiday celebration. Dreams shattered, Michael struggles to survive once he realizes HE will be Christmas dinner. This horror comedy will be opening Shriekfest this weekend in Los Angeles and then will be released everywhere November 28 by Gravitas Ventures. We decided to speak with Ryan and Beth and find out a little more about their filmmaking process, read the full interview below.

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mercy christmas, ryan nelson, beth levy nelson
steven hubbell, gravitas ventures, christmas
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Category: Horror Press Release News
Posted: 23 September, 2017 at 16:44 PM GMT
Dark Moon Comic Ends With a Blast!

Dark Moon Comic started a few years ago as a motion comic series that combined atmospheric art and music with a creepy and thrilling storyline, offering a unique science fiction and horror experience. With the release of Dark Moon #4, they complete the storyline they started, and they made sure that the end is action-packed!

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dark moon, freematik, motion comic
sci-fi, tom freeman, indie
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Category: Horror Feature News
Posted: 8 September, 2017 at 13:14 PM GMT
The Top 5 Virtual Reality Horror Games

The gaming industry has always been fast evolving, bolstered by technological advances such as mobile gaming and complex consoles allowing the user to play on the go. But while new tech has always been forthcoming, nothing has captured the imagination of horror fans quite like virtual reality. VR enables players to immerse themselves in the gameplay and the rich worlds created by the designers. And with horror, you can only imagine how that adds to the sense of foreboding when you interact with things that go bump in the night. Here’s our top pick of VR games to make the hairs stand on the back of your neck in 2017.

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virtual reality, vr, resident evil
emily wants to play, dracula, retro gaming
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Category: Horror Feature News
Posted: 24 May, 2017 at 23:45 PM GMT
Classic Horror Shows that should be Rebooted

Horror TV has come a long way over the past few years. The whole television industry has evolved so much in such a short space of time and now there are numerous ways to enjoy your favourite TV shows. A broader range of channels and endless streaming services have been popping up everywhere giving us a wider selection of shows, and more importantly, multiple ways to watch them. Thankfully this has had little affect on the quality of TV which quite frankly almost surpasses that of the movie world these days. Binging on box sets and the sort of chatter that TV shows generates nowadays is phenomenal and many high profile productions are already cinematic in their own right. And horror is one such genre that has been at the forefront of game-changing TV, so we thought we would take a look back at some classic horror shows that are most deserved of a modern TV reboot.

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the stone tape, masters of horror, tobe hooper
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Category: Horror Movie News
Posted: 25 April, 2017 at 00:41 AM GMT
British Horror 'Whispers' Continues to Scare Up U.S. Audiences

Supernatural British chiller 'Whispers' has been getting plenty of attention across the pond of late as it sat high on Redbox enjoying its position as the second most popular horror movie on the entertainment service in the past couple of weeks. The movie from director Tammi Sutton stars Keeley Hazell, Craig Rees, Barbara Nedeljakova, and features Diane Ayala Goldner, Nina Kate and Ramon Estevez.

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Category: Horror Feature News
Posted: 10 April, 2017 at 13:31 PM GMT
The Best Retro Horror Games

The gaming industry is constantly evolving and it doesn't matter in which direction these innovative ideas or technological breakthroughs take us one thing is for certain, the horror genre will always be around represented in one way or another. The entertainment levels of these horror experiences may be getting more and more immersive but for those who grew up with much simpler and even primitive looking games compared to today’s standards will fondly remember some of these retro horror offerings that gave us a fright or two during our childhood.

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games, horror game, uninvited
nes, spectrum, atmosfear
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Category: Horror Feature News
Posted: 24 March, 2017 at 14:15 PM GMT
The 12th Annual Salt City Horror Fest Returns to New York this April

The annual Salt City Horror Fest is back next month with another awesome line-up of special guests and 35mm horror movie magic. The event kicks off on Saturday 15th April 2017 at the Palace Theater in Syracuse, New York and features a tantilising schedule of classic horror's for ticket holders to enjoy. Along with special screenings such as 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre', 'Re-Animator' and 'Critter's the 12th Annual festival will also feature a raffle, trailer premieres and other contests for guests to enjoy.

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salt city horror fest, festival, new york
critters, texas chainsaw massacre, david naughton
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Category: Horror Movie News
Posted: 22 March, 2017 at 23:04 PM GMT
Death By Sport: Surprise Sporting Goods That Kill

It’s hard to imagine Jason Vorhees without his iconic hockey mask. It’s even more difficult to think about just how many kills he has managed to notch up over the years whilst wearing it. There are endless examples in the movie world of sporting equipment being used in violent and even murderous ways. Not just in horror but sporting goods like a baseball bat or a golf club for instance have been used many times often in threatening situations. And some pieces of equipment in particular are the ideal accessories for unforgettable on-screen deaths moments in the horror world.

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shaun of the dead, prom night 3, horror sport
simon pegg, halloween, halloween 7
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Category: Horror Movie News
Posted: 21 March, 2017 at 10:36 AM GMT
Craig Rees and Keeley Hazell Haunted in 'Whispers' - OUT 21 March

Another Bond for Craig or another Craig for Bond? Looking at the images for his new movie 'Violence', coming out soon, could this Brit actor be a wild card to replace Daniel Craig after Bond 25? Craig Rees stars alongside Keeley Hazell and Barbara Nedeljakova, star of Eli Roth's gore-filled 'Hostel', in 'Whispers'. This supernatural chiller marks horror aficionado Tammi Sutton's newest outing into the genre and the new ghostly horror thriller arrives this week. 'Whispers' will be available at RedBox as well as at both Amazon US and Canada from 21 March! Head below for the trailer.

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craig rees, keely hazell, whispers
tammi sutton, barbara nedeljakova, supernatural
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Category: Horror Press Release News
Posted: 9 March, 2017 at 22:13 PM GMT
The Devil is Real as New 'Holy Terror' Trailer Makes its Debut

The riveting first official teaser trailer for the new supernatural horror film HOLY TERROR is now available. This film, which is currently in post production, is set to arrive soon on Amazon Prime and was written and directed by Rich Mallery (SOCIOPATHIA) and executive-produced by Gregory Hatanaka (who helmed SAMURAI COP 2: DEADLY VENGEANCE from a script co-written by Mallery. You can check out the cool new trailer below.

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kristine debell, kelly lynn reiter, mel novak
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Category: Horror Feature News
Posted: 3 February, 2017 at 15:58 PM GMT
Horror-on-Sea 2017: Seaside Horror Warms up Winter

This year's festival was held over two weekends in Southend, in the Park Inn by Radisson Palace Hotel. Friday 20 January's standout movie was 'Savageland' (directors: Phil Guidry, Simon Herbert and David Whelan, 2015, US). A prisoner is convicted to die by lethal injection after he is accused of going on a killing spree in his one-horse town. As he's the town loner, the survivors are keen to see him executed. Cinema verite interviews of the local sheriff and other town worthies add uncomfortable realism, as talking heads say there may be no direct motive for the murders but there's also a lot of local hate.

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circus of the dead, the barn, first bite
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Category: Horror Movie News
Posted: 3 February, 2017 at 11:41 AM GMT
Twisted Love Triangle Campaign 'Nicole, her Ex & the Killer' Kicks Off

During the month of February for those who may not potentially be spending a lot of their hard earned cash on a romantic Valentines evening with their better half may feel that their generous donations may well be suited helping to fund director Bob X Akins' new psychological horror project 'Nicole, her Ex and the Killer' instead. It's particularly relevant for those who have had bad dating experiences in the past and would rather forget about their exes. With revenge on her mind and freedom in her heart; Nicole's past, present and future comes to a furious collision when her family visits. All donations will go towards the production costs that will cover cast and crew fees as well as location costs, travel and all other props and equipment required for the shoot.

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nicole trobaugh, braeden baade, rollyn stafford
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Category: Horror Feature News
Posted: 24 January, 2017 at 23:48 PM GMT
Frozen Fear: Horror With a Little Extra Chill

It’s been another bitterly cold few weeks and one of the pleasures of a chilly cold night is being able to wrap up warm inside, tuck yourself in and put on a good movie. And whilst Jack Frost may be nipping at your nose there’s more dangers lurking in the whiteout of the snow than just the icy weather. There aren’t many places where horror hasn’t delved at some point and there have been plenty that take full advantage of those wintry months and bleak, bracing backdrops.

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Category: Horror Feature News
Posted: 11 January, 2017 at 00:52 AM GMT
How Horror Games Give Us The Fright We're Looking For

Horror has been a genre which has fascinated mankind for more than three centuries. Horror fiction dates back to the 18th century, but horror films themselves are a much more recent trend. Horror films began to occupy the mainstream media from the start of the 20th century and now in these fast moving times technology has meant that we have been able to successfully enter a whole new era of horror, especially when it comes to more immersive experiences such as horror video games, which tend to provide more fright than ever before.

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slender, left 4 dead, dead space
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Category: Horror Feature News
Posted: 20 December, 2016 at 14:06 PM GMT
Atmosfear: The Attraction of Horror Games

Now let's suppose that you've had a terrible day in the office or at college and the only thing that gets you through the day is the thought of being able to get home and let off some steam. Some people may want to head out to a local bar or club, but that's not always a viable option especially if you want to remain 'in one piece' by the next morning. Some may get in and quite literally be too tired to even go anywhere or communicate with anyone. But you've still got that burning negative energy in you from all the strains and pressures of the day and that's when gamers find their ideal stress relief and are often able to channel it towards fighting their deepest fears and enjoying the latest horror gaming experience.

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alan wake, resident evil, alien isolation
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Category: Horror Feature News
Posted: 14 December, 2016 at 23:53 PM GMT
The Best Casino Games Based on Horror Movies

Slot machines are played by people of all ages, both online and even in the more traditional brick and mortar venues across the world. No matter where they’re played the one thing that is common with the vast majority of casino games is the demand for developers to be even more innovative and come up with refreshing ideas for the styles, the layouts and the game designs. There are many themes used as the backdrop for these popular slot experiences and one of the most common is movies.

Plenty of people in the world have an affinity for horror movies and games and this theme was the ideal way to attract scary movie lovers. Top slot developers have since created several casino games, including several available at Slotozilla, that match up to the theme to attract a new customer base.

Psycho by Alfred Hitchcock was a hit amongst scary film lovers according to the Guardian. The movie involves a worker who starts off by stealing a chunk of cash to start her new life. She ends up at a motel which marks the beginning of her troubles. NextGen, who did an incredible job in recreating it for the casino market, invented the game version of the movie. The game incorporates audio and footage from the movie helping to create a more realistic the real-life experience for the player.

A Nightmare on Elm Street
Wes Craven’s original ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ involved four teenagers who died as they slept also makes the list. Freddy Krueger the main character from the movie appears in the gaming experience. So expect to see familiar characters, great sound effects, and eerie music to take you through the haunting experience as you maneuver your way through the slot game. Take a trip down the iconic street.
The Invisible Man
The Invisible Man, found here on Wikipedia, is another classic horror. This one involves an experiment that goes wrong and results in the creation of a homicidal maniac. Net Entertainment created an online slot game based on the popular movie and has managed to put together a game than includes authentic sounds and impeccable visuals. Get lost in the scary movie once again as you take chances on gambling for real money. How much fun is that?

The Mummy
You haven’t watched a horror movie if you have never watched any of ‘The Mummy’ series. The initial version was released in the year 1932, and ever since then, new versions are always coming up. Online slot games have not been left behind in the constant re-invention and development of the initial movie. The perfect depiction of the Mummy was invented recently into an online game, maintaining the key features and top-notch graphics to facilitate your gaming experience. The minds behind the brilliant creation are Playtech gaming company.

The debate as to whether this movie fits into the horror or science fiction category is still on. If it were totally up to us, this would be fully listed under the horror options. For the sake of the fans who believe it is and for all other horror lovers, we have listed it. The thrilling game invented from the movie’s theme is quite popular and a common gamers’ choice. This is no surprise as the sound effects; alien characters and horror based genre make it the perfect online slot game.

Twins of Evil
Created in the 1970’s, ‘Twins of Evil’ was both a cheesy and creepy movie. The famous classic horror film was reinvented into a slot game has slowly gained popularity amongst gamers. The game has amazing bonus features and a great layout to get you winning.
Day of the Dead
Day of the Dead is based on the 1985 Romero film - a depiction of the celebration that occurs yearly for those who have died. The game includes a carnival atmosphere, bright, energetic layouts, and Latino inspired layouts and sound effects to relay the festival of the dead. Gamers experience unexpected spooky and instant addiction once you get started.

Horror-themed movies have been in existence since the early 20th century. The recent slot game creations make your gaming experience even better with better quality graphics, impeccable sound effects, and the perfect scary layouts.

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Category: Horror Movie News
Posted: 14 December, 2016 at 09:58 AM GMT
The Longest-Running Movie Monsters Ever

What makes a good movie monster? Aside from it being scary, evil, and strangely lovable, one of the most important features a movie monster must have is for it to be very hard to kill. And we mean permanently kill, because otherwise it would be hard to bring it back for a sequel, right? Since the invention of cinema we have seen a number of great memorable on-screen monsters who have managed to survive through all sorts of troubling times. Even those who have died can often be rest assured that at some point they’ll likely feature in a reboot or re-imagining in order to scare another generation of movie-goers. Some have proven to be harder to kill than others, constantly returning to fuel the nightmares of new generations - much like the examples below.

Michael Myers

Halloween is one of the longest-running horror franchises ever. Michael Myers found his way to the silver screen for the first time in 1978, and he stayed in the spotlight ever since. Over the years, he was the featured villain in nine of the ten movies in the series (Halloween III: Season of the Witch, released in 1982, had nothing to do with the prolific serial killer), several novels, comic books, and even a video slot machine released this October for mobile casinos to celebrate the series' 40th anniversary. Next year's Halloween movie will reunite the seemingly un-killable monster with Jamie Lee Curtis once again much like the 20th-anniversary movie, Halloween: H20, did the same back in 1998.

When it comes to masked killers, Michael Myers is hard to match.


Pinhead is one of the most controversial characters in the history of horror movies. Originally a human, he was transformed into the terrifying iconic Cenobite by creatures from another dimension after solving a puzzle box known as the Lament Configuration. He is the leader of the Cenobites, a creature of few words, but when he speaks, he shows surprising eloquence and articulateness, speaking of the eternal pleasure of carnal pain.

Pinhead first appeared in "The Hellbound Heart", a novella released by horror mastermind Clive Barker in 1986, which served as a basis for the first Hellraiser movie released in 1987. Since then, he has appeared in several Hellraiser movies (with a new one due in 2018), along with several novels and comic books.

Frankenstein's Monster

Histories most famous nameless monster, created by a scientist exploring the boundaries of life and death, has been repeatedly interpreted by filmmakers and novelists. Author Mary Shelley depicted Frankenstein's monster as hideous but sensitive and emotional, trying to fit into society but having to face being rejected and ultimate banishment, leaving him vengeful against his creator.

This famous Hollywood monster has appeared in more than 50 films over the years, some more serious, others grotesque, and some hilarious. Throughout his various incarnations on film, the creature's appearance has ranged from Robert De Niro's scar-covered body to Rory Kinnear's interpretation of the creature. A version that could almost pass as human, and one who even chooses a name to go by - John Clare, after the English poet.

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Category: Horror Feature News
Posted: 12 December, 2016 at 12:07 PM GMT
The Top 5 Online Horror Games

Each and every year it becomes more and more difficult to impress and even put the frighteners up players with new online horror games. Nevertheless, every single day, developers are coming up with new and innovative ideas in which to do so, constantly making the art of playing more interesting and thrilling. And here are just a few of the very best horror online games that are well worth your attention.

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Category: Horror Movie News
Posted: 25 November, 2016 at 16:12 PM GMT
'Don't F#ck in the Woods' Says New Independent Creature Feature

There have been quite a few choice rules when it comes to what you can and can't do in a horror movie. We all fondly remember a fresh faced Jamie Kennedy spouting out specific horror-related rules for when it comes to surviving a horror movie in Wes Craven's genre defining 'Scream' way back in 1996 and since then horror seems intent on showcasing these invariable cliches and conventions and even in some cases creating completely new ones. One thing we have learnt however is what to avoid in horror. Don't run up the stairs to try and escape, don't say you'll be right back and certainly "don't f#ck in the woods"! And writer/director Shawn Burkett certainly hasn't shied away from that last rule with his new project which isn't pulling any punches whatsoever. DON'T F#CK IN THE WOODS is the awesomely memorable title of his new independent horror project and here's some more about the upcoming creature feature. Head below to check out the poster and images from the movie.

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chris gierowski, brandy mason, scott gillepsie
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Category: Horror Feature News
Posted: 23 November, 2016 at 02:01 AM GMT
Entering the Next Level of Fear

Horror games are all about being immersed. You need to feel like you're right there in Silent Hill, the Spencer Mansion or wherever, so that you can truly empathise with the character you play. The more you feel threatened and scared, the better the experience. This can be tough to do when you're separate from the character you play who's on your TV or monitor, but with VR you are placed right in the middle. You will be in those scary locations, hear strange sounds and you will be the victim, the prey and the haunted. This will make the game more real and help to elevate horror to the next level.

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silent hill, resident evil, until dawn
allison road, ghost theory, virtual reality
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Category: Horror Feature News
Posted: 20 November, 2016 at 23:48 PM GMT
The Top 10 Indie Horror Games

Many gamers are familiar with the Resident Evil series developed by Capcom and rank it as some of the best horror games. Another category which is also popular is the indie horror games, even if their producers do not have very big budgets to create them.

What Makes Indie Horror Games So Special?

In order for an indie horror game to be successful, it must meet these criteria:

  • It has to awaken a strong fear
  • It has to create a paranoid feeling about something that may happen
  • It has to tell a story scary enough to impress

The Best 10 Indie Horror Games

Lone Survivor
This will take the player on a side-scrolling adventure where they have to escape from a city filled with disease. The events occurring are very realistic and they depend on certain things the player has done such as sleeping or taking pills, and much more. There are many creepy corridors in this game, an element frightful enough for lots of players.

The producers of this game have drawn inspiration from both the Chinese and Taiwanese mythologies. The year in which the action unfolds is 1960, and two students must escape from a haunted school and many strange creatures.

The player explores a house in search of VHS videotapes. This indie horror game departs from games filled with lots of monsters. Instead, people will have to be careful with the house itself as the scary element of this game.

Stories Untold
It is a horror anthology that has the first episode available for free on Steam. The player must explore an abandoned house and be very careful with the environment, which changes according to their actions in the game. If you come to think of it, it’s not that far from what happens in a baccarat gambling game. In the end, you will have to explore a nightmarish environment. The other three frightening happenings will be focused on interactions which are very repetitive and an increasing degree of frightfulness.

Having an interesting name, this indie horror game reveals the world as it is perceived through the eyes of a small child. Its most attractive characteristic is the moments when the distinction between fiction and reality becomes very blurry.

SCP-087 (Stairwell)
This is part of a series of actions taken by strangers on the Internet that try to scare each other. Sometimes, the player will encounter a normal object or a location which becomes a genuine horror scenario. The plot of Stairwell is kept simple and very efficient in terms of a fright. Thus, the player is climbing down a dark staircase for a certain number of floors when very strange events start to happen.

Described as a meta-horror experience by its creators, this game was designed to be a strong and powerful deceiver. Many people have enjoyed this low-fi first-person horror game because of its elevated level of trickery.

A smart combination of horror, real-time strategy, and survival, Duskers allows the player to verify derelict spaceships using drones. While they will have to find fuel, upgrades, and scrap metal, there are also invisible alien entities seeking to destroy their drones. The most attractive elements of Duskers are definitely the atmosphere, the tension, and lots of very scary moments.

The Last Stand 2
In this game, players must click on zombies until they die. While the first game was all about surviving the night with hordes of zombies, this sequel is more concerned with taking action during the day. Thus, the player must find survivors, more traps, and more weapons. What adds up to the thrill of playing The Last Stand 2 is actually finding supplies. They will allow the player to travel to the next town.

Any player that gives this game a try will find themselves in the skin of a boy on the run in a strange and scary otherworld. Their mission will be to navigate puzzles and platforms and avoid creepy instant deaths. At a certain moment, the game transforms into something completely different.

Indie horror games are a genre that definitely has gained its rightful place among horror fans. The reason is that it contains elements that stimulate a person’s fear. Many players probably had paranoid moments while expecting some potential frightening events. Others were simply scared by a finely crafted horror storytelling.

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Category: Horror Movie News
Posted: 20 November, 2016 at 16:01 PM GMT
Genesis Rodriguez and Company Hit 'Puberty'

Gorgeous 'Tusk' star Genesis Rodriguez and a few other notable actors have joined the cast of director Eddie Alcazar's new psychological thriller 'Puberty'. Shooting is about to begin in LA and the 29-year old hottie is set to join 'Sucker Punch' star Abbie Cornish, Dylan Gelula, and Garrett Wareing. The movie revolves around Wareing's character, a violent and volatile teenage boy who participates in genetic engineering at a clinic in order to help his dark tendancies. Other newbies on board the project include Tao Okamoto ('The Wolverine'), Martin Sensmeier ('The Magnificent Seven'), Chris Santos ('The Girlfriend Experience'), and Rainey Qualley ('Mighty Fine').

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Category: Horror TV News
Posted: 20 November, 2016 at 15:48 PM GMT
A Trio of New Cast Members Head to AMC's 'The Terror'

'The Walking Dead' and spin-off series 'Fear the Walking Dead' have been hugely successful for AMC and so it comes as no surprise, especially with all the other horror-related shows out there currently vying for ratings, that the network is keen to have another genre based project in the works. Showrunners David Kajganich and Soo Hugh are heading up 'The Terror' a new anthology drama series set at sea. The project is based on the bestselling novel by author Dan Simmons and a new trio of faces have been added to the cast list. British stars Edward Ashley ('In the Heart of the Sea') and Liam Garrigan ('Once Upon a Time') have joined the project along with Irish star Ronan Raftery who plays Langdon Shaw in the new 'Harry Potter' prequel 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them'.

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edward ashley, liam garrigan, ronan raftery
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Happy Death Day Movie Review

Happy Death Day

The Ritual Movie Review

The Ritual

Mercy Christmas Movie Review

Mercy Christmas

The Unraveling Movie Review

The Unraveling

The Witch Movie Review

The Witch

The Other Side of the Door Movie Review

The Other Side of the Door

The Conjuring 2 Movie Review

The Conjuring 2

The Bye Bye Man Movie Review

The Bye Bye Man

Rings Movie Review


The Boy Movie Review

The Boy

Red Christmas (Short) Movie Review

Red Christmas (Short)

Life Movie Review


Whispers Movie Review


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