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  • Posted on: December 2nd, 2016

    Synopsis: American character actor Gary Merrill is Raymond Garth, unhappily married to Ellen (Georgina Cookson), a highly successful businesswoman who holds the purse strings and generally wears the trousers (how’s that for a metaphor mix?) while he doesn’t appear do much of anything besides drinking Scotch.   When Ellen’s young, pretty niece Alice (Jane Merrow) …Read More

  • Posted on: December 2nd, 2016

    Two clips from The Eyes of My Mother have been released and they showcase the film’s beautiful black-and-white cinematography and the disturbing veil that covers the entire film. It’s a flawed, but fantastic feature that is propelled by a mesmerising performance from Kika Magalahes. Check out two new clips below. One features Francisca (Magalahes) dancing …Read More

  • Posted on: December 2nd, 2016

    Lucille Hadzihalilovic’s Evolution is one of the strangest and eerie horror films we’ve ever seen, and we think it’s great because of that. It strikes an extremely unsettling balance between the sombre and sinister, to craft an eloquent and unforgettable horror experience. Check out the clip below, which gives you a taste of the deathly …Read More

  • Posted on: December 2nd, 2016

    Bryan Bertino’s The Monster has nabbed itself a Blu-ray and DVD release courtesy of Lionsgate. The film, from the director of The Strangers and Mockingbird, follows a mother and daughter as they fight to survive against a malicious creature. The pair are on a late night trip and their nightmare begins when their car suffers …Read More

  • Posted on: December 1st, 2016

    Monstery romantic drama Spring ranked high on many a horror fans Best of 2015 list, and co-directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead are back with another film sure to blur the boundaries of genre. The directing duo’s third feature together, The Endless tells the story of two brothers who return to the death cult they …Read More

  • Posted on: December 1st, 2016

    With Paramount’s next Friday the 13th film not due until October 2017 (if it even emerges then), we’ve got a while to wait before Jason hacks his way across our screens again. In the meantime, a fan with a clear fondness for Jason’s earlier incarnations has edited together a trailer with footage from the 2009 …Read More

  • Posted on: December 1st, 2016

    Greg McLean’s highly anticipated The Belko Experiment is due to hit cinemas in March, and we can now get a real taste of what’s in store with this first red band trailer. It’s corporate Battle Royale as a company-wide experiment sees the employees of Belko Industries locked into their high-rise office and instructed by a …Read More

  • Posted on: December 1st, 2016

    Synopsis: In 1970s Prague, paralysed American Journalist Gregory Moore (Jean Sorrel) is mistaken for dead and narrates a tale of cults, kidnap and murder, in the run up to his public post-mortem. This feature debut from Italian Writer/ Director Aldo Lado (Last Stop on the Night Train, Who Saw Her Die?) opens with a raven …Read More

  • Posted on: December 1st, 2016

    The shot-on-video horror trend of the late 80s and early 90s gave the world some truly good/bad cult classics such as 555, Splatter Farm and Black Devil Doll from Hell, and made for some particularly sought after VHS tapes too. While shooting on video understandably died out with the advent of affordable home editing software …Read More

  • Posted on: December 1st, 2016

    FEAR THE WALKING DEAD Season 2 is being released in the UK on Blu-ray & DVD on December 5th. We have 3 Blu-ray copies to give away. To enter, email your name and mailing address to: admin@screamhorrormag.com (please make the subject heading ‘Fear The Walking Dead’) on or by December 15th 2016, and all entries …Read More

  • Posted on: December 1st, 2016

    It’s nearly time to begin the annual viewings of such seasonal classics as Silent Night Deadly Night, Black Christmas and Christmas Evil, not to mention the worthy additions to the festive horror tradition that recent years have given us. It’s a tradition that looks unlikely to be going anywhere, and the latest flick looking to …Read More

  • Posted on: December 1st, 2016

    Fan(boy) favourite Eliza Dushku (Wrong Turn, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Open Graves) makes her return to horror in the upcoming Eloise, which now has this trailer ahead of its UK release in February. Dushku is joined by The Covenant‘s Chace Crawford, Tropic Thunder‘s Brandon T. Jackson and Final Destination 5’s PJ Byrne as a group of friends who are forced to …Read More

  • Posted on: November 29th, 2016

    With The Strangers sequel looking increasingly dead, home invasion flick Mercy may just fill the gap. Take a look at this trailer for the film, which has just been released through Netflix. Mercy – which premiered in June at the Los Angeles Film Festival – was written and directed by Chris Sparling, who wrote 2010’s …Read More

  • Posted on: November 29th, 2016

    For the first time, the classic Italian horror The Church (La Chiesa) has arrived on Blu-ray in the UK courtesy of Shameless. Originally released in 1989, directed by Michele Soavi and written by Dario Argento, The Church follows a group of people trapped inside a Gothic cathedral while 12th century ghosts try to resurrect an …Read More

  • Posted on: November 29th, 2016

    A new trailer and poster signal the arrival of a malevolent entity in Wait Till Helen Comes, a ghost story from director Dominic James. Maria Bello (A History of Violence, Lights Out), Sophie Nélisse (Endorphine) and Isabelle Nélisse (Mama) star, with Abigail Pniowsky (Channel Zero) as the ghost of the film’s title. Synopsis: When a …Read More

  • Posted on: November 29th, 2016

    Synopsis: A Pathologist (portrayed by actor Michael Carr) hosts a series of graphic vignettes depicting many aspects of death. Of all of the releases that were banned during the video nasty era, Faces Of Death remains one of the most controversial. Since its debut in 1978, an enormous amount of speculation has emerged regarding how …Read More

  • Posted on: November 29th, 2016

    A new UK quad poster has been released to remind us that I Am Not a Serial Killer is set to be with us in December. It shows the film’s young lead Max Records bleeding black tears. Don’t fret, it’s only his make-up. It also gives us a look at the film’s snowy setting, which …Read More

  • Posted on: November 29th, 2016

    With the previously release 8-minute prequel No Tomorrow – A Turbo Kid Tale having began to expand on the story told in 2015’s fan favourite Turbo Kid, and September’s announcement that a sequel proper is in the works, it seems we’re in for plenty more action with The Kid and robot pal Apple. For those …Read More

  • Posted on: November 29th, 2016

    The Fly is one of the greatest body horrors of all time. I’ll never forget the first time I watched it and the feeling of disgust and awe that overcame me. It could be my personal favourite David Cronenberg film, but Videodrome is probably a close second. Howard Shore’s score is a perfect, powerful accompaniment …Read More

  • Posted on: November 28th, 2016

    The excellent sequel to the mediocre Ouija is heading to home video on 17th January. You will be able to grab a copy of Ouija: Origin of Evil on DVD or Blu-ray, or pick-up the 2-film collection that includes 2010’s Ouija, as well as 2016’s sequel. The bonus features for the DVD and Blu-ray are …Read More

  • Posted on: November 28th, 2016

    The Korean masterpiece The Wailing is a brutal, unforgettable and epic journey from director Hong-jin Na (The Yellow Sea, The Chaser) and is definitely his best film. There aren’t enough adjectives in the world to describe how much we loved it, but you can check out our 5-star review of the film right here. To …Read More

  • Posted on: November 28th, 2016

    Billed as an homage to classic anthology shows like The Twilight Zone, The Outer Limits and the like, Vito Trabucco’s Never Open The Door is headed to DVD, blu-ray and VOD in December from Maltauro Entertainment, in association with Baumant Entertainment. The film stars Jessica Sonneborn (Dog Eat Dog, House Across the Street), Kristina Page …Read More

  • Posted on: November 28th, 2016

    Having recently wrapped shooting in Toronto, Filipino director Yam Laranas is now in his fifth week of post production on his psychological chiller, The Wanting. Laranas, who helmed 2008’s The Echo and crime horror The Road, shared this ‘mood shot’ for the film via twitter on Monday, accompanied by the words “December is almost here.” …Read More

  • Posted on: November 28th, 2016

    Vampire Chronicles author Anne Rice has been hinting for a while that an announcement was coming with regards to Universal’s long-mooted Lestat film. Over the weekend, she posted a full update on the project and it’s not what we were expecting; it’s far better. Rice announced that she and her son Christopher have regained the rights …Read More

  • Posted on: November 28th, 2016

    We don’t tend to cover a lot of superhero news over at Scream, because it’s not exactly horror is it? That’s not to say that we aren’t fans of Marvel, DC and everything in between, we just don’t get the chance to report on them so much. However, we have learned courtesy of ComingSoon that …Read More

  • Posted on: November 27th, 2016

    There’s been a lot of excitement among horror fans ever since Eibon Press announced their upcoming Lucio Fulci’s Gates of Hell comic. And rightly so; the Italian gore master’s 1980 film (more commonly known as City of the Living Dead) is a trippy, grue-filled gem that formed the first part of his Gates of Hell …Read More

  • Posted on: November 27th, 2016

    While Full Moon Features’ Puppet Master franchise continues with the upcoming Puppet Master: Axis Termination, the latest instalment of their ‘other’ series, Killjoy, is almost upon us. Killjoy’s Psycho Circus, the fifth entry in the straight-to-video series that began with 2000’s Killjoy, will hit DVD and Digital on December 1st, and we’ve got the cover …Read More

  • Posted on: November 27th, 2016

    As our American sisters and brothers nurse aching heads and bloated stomachs, doused in the shame of how out-of-hand the politics talk got over the table, it seems a good time to hear Eli Roth’s latest on his long-mooted slasher throwback, Thanksgiving. The project began as one of the fake trailers inserted between Planet Terror …Read More

  • Posted on: November 25th, 2016

    The first teaser poster for Alien: Covenant has landed and it’s freaking wonderful. It’s simple, scary and bold, bearing an extreme resemblance to the original Alien poster from 1978. Instead of an ominous glowing egg, we have a slimy Xenomorph which looks absolutely terrifying. The ominous tagline reads “Run”, but all we want to do …Read More

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