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The Test of Time: House on Haunted Hill (1959)

We all have movies we love. Movies we respect without question because of either tradition, childhood love, or because they’ve always been classics. However, as time keeps ticking, do those classics still hold up? So…the point of this here column is whether or not a film stands the test of time. I’m not gonna question whether it’s still a good flick, but if the...
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10.09.2014
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New image from Kevin Greutert's Jessabelle, hauting theaters in August

News on Lionsgate's upcoming haunter JESSABELLE has been slow in coming, with our last bit of news on the film hitting way back in September of last year when we learned that the film formerly known by the rather generic titled GHOSTS had been bumped from its early January 2014 release to August 29. Now we've received word that a trailer for the long-awaited flick will be...
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04.21.2014
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Kill of the Day: The Grudge (2004)

You guys remember that whole J-horror craze, right? You know, when Hollywood went all bat crazy and decided to remake every horror flick that came out of Japan. We all know not much good came from this but one flick that I think still holds up is the 2004 romp THE GRUDGE. Say what you will about this one but it's still creepy as all Hell. So for today's Kill of the Day we're taking a...
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03.22.2014
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Trailer debut for the found footage paranormal horror The Borderlands

Yes, found footage films are a dime-a-dozen nowadays, but if the buzz out of last years FrightFest is to be believed Elliot Goldner's THE BORDERLANDS is a prime example of how to do a found footage flick right. We haven't heard or seen much out from THE BORDERLANDS but we did learn back in January that Grindstone had taken the U.S. rights to the supernatural shocker that...
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03.11.2014
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The Test of Time: Ghostbusters (1984)

We all have movies we love. Movies we respect without question because of either tradition, childhood love, or because they’ve always been classics. However, as time keeps ticking, do those classics still hold up? So…the point of this here column is whether of not a film stands the test of time. I’m not gonna question whether it’s still a good flick, but if the...
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02.27.2014
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Get wired with yet another Quiet Ones quad poster

Trouble comes in threes right? Well we have no better evidence of such than with the third UK quad poster for Hammer Films' THE QUIET ONES . You'll recall the first two rocked red and sepia tones, but this one is a bit of a throwback to the hallowed black and white Hammer films made decades ago. Scroll below to see that sucker in full! Starring Sam Claflin, Olivia Cooke...
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02.13.2014
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UPDATED: UK quads for Hammer's The Quiet Ones make some noise

UPDATED WITH SECOND QUAD! Last week we brought you the first poster for the upcoming Hammer horror THE QUIET ONES and today we have the latest UK quad for the flick to share with you. This latest quad comes on the heels of last weeks UK trailer , which was an eerily effective peek at the latest from the studio that brought us THE WOMAN IN BLACK and LET ME IN ....
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02.11.2014
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Production on haunted house pic We Are Still Here underway

Production is underway in Western NY on ’70s-set ghost story WE ARE STILL HERE from MPI/Dark Sky Films and Snowfort Pictures, according to Deadline. The pic marks the directorial debut of DON'T WAKE THE DEAD screenwriter Ted Geoghegan, with Travis Stevens producing and Greg Newman serving as executive producer. The film stars UPSTREAM COLOR's Andrew Sensenig,...
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02.07.2014
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Spooky new UK trailer for Hammer's The Quiet Ones

Last month we brought you the creepy first U.S. trailer for John Pogue's supernatural shocker THE QUIET ONES, which is coming at us from the new Hammer Films, which brought us LET ME IN and THE WOMAN IN BLACK, and today we have the latest U.K. trailer for this spooky tale based on actual events. A university student (Sam Claflin of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire) and some...
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02.04.2014
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Kill of the Day: "Being Human" (2009)

Alright folks, I'm going to be honest here. I've never seen an episode of "Being Human." No, I'm not talking about that SyFy show. I'm talking about the BBC one. You know, the real thing. I've heard nothing but good buzz about this show but haven't had the chance to tap it yet. After seeing today's Kill of the Day that might change real soon. For today's clip we've got a scene from the...
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02.01.2014
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Grindstone takes US rights to The Borderlands

ScreenDaily reports that Salt Company, who brought us last years GRABBERS , has sold the British horror film THE BORDERLANDS to a number of key territories, including the U.S. (Grindstone); Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Benelux (Pandastorm); the Middle East (Front Row); and in Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Venezuela and Colombia (Euro Films). Along with the news of Grindstone taking the...
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01.31.2014
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Horror Whores: Amityville 1992: It's About Time (1992)

I know it's extremely hard to find anything good in the AMITYVILLE franchise after the first flick. You can dig and claw and you won't come up with zilch. That's just the way it is. There are a few gems sprinkled throughout that monstrosity though. Take for example today's Horror Whores, we've got a clip from AMITYVILLE 1992: IT'S ABOUT TIME. Now there's really nothing good about the...
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12.31.2013
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