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  • Posted on: June 23rd, 2017

    The cogent and complex thriller Midnighters, which recently premiered at this year’s LA Film Festival marks the more than impressive theatrical debut of director Julius Ramsay (director/editor of AMC’s “The Walking Dead, “Cinemax’s “Outcast,” “Battlestar Galactica”). Penned by his brother Alston Ramsay, the film is set on New Year’s Eve, that time of year when …Read More

  • Posted on: June 23rd, 2017

    THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE is being released in the UK on June 26th. We have 3 DVDs to give away. To enter, email your name and mailing address to: admin@screamhorrormag.com (please make the subject heading ‘THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE’) on or by July 3rd 2017, and all entries will go into a draw …Read More

  • Posted on: June 23rd, 2017

    Artist and Life of Agony bassist Alan Robert has created a mighty fine piece of art for Behind the Sightings, a found footage horror taking its inspiration from the epidemic of ‘clown sightings’ from last year. Directed by first-timer Tony Cadwell from a script by himself and filmmaker Norman Alston, the film builds its story around …Read More

  • Posted on: June 23rd, 2017

    While Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria remake will be heading our way sometime soon, some far more exciting news regarding Dario Argento’s operatic horror classic has emerged. The Chicago Cinema Society has made a quite incredible discovery, having unearthed a rare, original 35mm print of the complete, 98-minute cut of the film in the vaults of a …Read More

  • Posted on: June 22nd, 2017

    While it’s very much what we were expecting (and hoping for), confirmation is in, as the first part of Andrés Muschietti’s two-film It adaptation has been rated ‘R’ by the MPAA, for “violence/horror, bloody images, and language.” Good times. It Part 1 – The Losers’ Club stars Jaeden Lieberher, Sophia Lillis, Jack Dylan Grazer, Wyatt …Read More

  • Posted on: June 22nd, 2017

    Elvira’s Haunted Hills, released 13 years after its predecessor, is a parody of a certain type of horror film, a send-up of gothic conventions made famous by the likes of Roger Corman and Vincent Price. As such, the film is littered with references and sight gags – alluding not only to films like House of …Read More

  • Posted on: June 22nd, 2017

    Lionsgate has confirmed the eighth edition in the Saw franchise has a brand new title and has released a logo to make things even more permanent. Now to be titled “Jigsaw”, the film has steered away from its original title of Saw: Legacy to focus on the infamous serial killer Jigsaw (Tobin Bell). Synopsis: Bodies …Read More

  • Posted on: June 22nd, 2017

    Don’t Breathe was one of our favourite horror films from last year and we’re sure a lot of our readers were a fan of it, too. Fede Alvarez (Evil Dead) took to Twitter to showcase his own design for the film, which has an excellent ‘80s vibe to it. It mostly reminds us of the …Read More

  • Posted on: June 22nd, 2017

    Resident Evil 2 is the most popular and biggest-selling game of the Resident Evil franchise and fans almost went into meltdown when it was announced that the game would be receiving a remake. This news hit almost a year ago and all has been quiet since. A teeny tiny update has now emerged courtesy of …Read More

  • Posted on: June 22nd, 2017

    The Vicious Brothers’ sun-soaked zombie flick It Stains the Sands Red has been building quite a bit of buzz over the course of its festival run, which included stops at Sitges and the Glasgow leg of Frightfest. On Tuesday – the same day as its LA Film Festival screening – MPI Media announced that it …Read More

  • Posted on: June 21st, 2017

    Now here’s a team-up for you. As reported by Deadline, Eli Roth is tipped to direct The House with a Clock in its Walls for Amblin Entertainment, with Jack Black set to star. The film will be the next project for Roth following his Bruce Willis-starring Death Wish remake. The film is an adaptation of the …Read More

  • Posted on: June 21st, 2017

    Back in December, we brought you the news that a remake of cult 1962 weirdy The Brain that Wouldn’t Die was in the works from director Derek Carl. Thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign, the film has now wrapped production, as heralded by this batch of stills posted on the film’s Facebook page. Directed by …Read More

  • Posted on: June 21st, 2017

    Synopsis: When Detective Ray Beckett’s daughter is kidnapped by a demonic entity, he seeks the help of Taryn Barker; a badass female who has her own demons to face. There is something undeniably cool at the heart of Demon Hunter, where the stylish cinematography and upbeat soundtrack succeeds in presenting a slick and action-packed thrill-ride. …Read More

  • Posted on: June 21st, 2017

    We recently shared with you the release date of Mauro Borrelli’s Final Recall – also known as The Recall in the US – and now we have the UK trailer to share with you. Starring Wesley Snipes (Blade franchise), RJ Mitte (Breaking Bad) and Jedidiah Goodacre (Monster Trucks), Final Recall follows a group of friends …Read More

  • Posted on: June 21st, 2017

    The first clip has been unveiled for the twisted thriller Midnighters and it shows a strained married couple dealing with the stresses that arise after they cover up a crime. As you can imagine, tensions run very high and the couple’s already rocky marriage seems to be teetering further on the rocks. Synopsis: Midnight, New …Read More

  • Posted on: June 21st, 2017

    Based on a short story written by popular horror writer Yusuke Yamada, the Japanese film Bingo has brilliantly presented the game loved by so many all over the globe in a totally different angle. Whereas bingo game players would be excited to hear the numbers on their card called out, in this movie, those same numbers …Read More

  • Posted on: June 21st, 2017

    XYZ has acquired the rights to Justin P. Lange’s The Dark; a supernatural horror that marks Lange’s directorial debut. The film is based on the short story of the same name that was also directed and written by Lange back in 2013. XYZ acquired The Dark after 15 minutes of footage was screened at the …Read More

  • Posted on: June 21st, 2017

    Last week, 47 Meters Down director Johannes Roberts talked about his latest gig, directing long-awaited sequel The Strangers 2, and the influences he is bringing to the film. Two films he mentioned were John Carpenter’s Christine and Steven Spielberg’s made-for-TV suspense classic Duel, suggesting a road movie element to the film. The somewhat surprising inspirations …Read More

  • Posted on: June 21st, 2017

    At The Cemetery Gates is a collection of 14 short stories. As the title suggests, the stories are all linked by the theme of death, dying, or being recently deceased. Cemetery Gates is also the name of the publisher (see what they did there?). A major strength of the book is the variety of the …Read More

  • Posted on: June 21st, 2017

    Monday saw the beginning of principal photography on Godzilla: King of the Monsters, the sequel to 2014’s Godzilla and the next entry in Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures’ MonsterVerse. Some plot details have also emerged, revealing that everyone’s favourite city-levelling lizard will be facing off against some old foes. The crypto-zoological agency Monarch will be …Read More

  • Posted on: June 20th, 2017

    As the first reviews of Annabelle: Creation creep in from the LA Film Festival, Warner Bros. have put out this new trailer for the film, part of the ever-expanding web of The Conjuring spinoffs. The trailer comes to us just a day after the latest poster, which you can see below. David F. Sandberg directs …Read More

  • Posted on: June 20th, 2017

    His name might not ring an immediate bell, but Mark Korven is the genius behind the score of The Witch; praised by many to be one of the best horror films of 2016. Although I did not adore the film as much as most, I certainly appreciated the chilling score and believe it to be …Read More

  • Posted on: June 20th, 2017

    Paramount is becoming very mysterious when it comes to its follow-ups to Cloverfield and we recently speculated that the upcoming Overlord may be the fourth film in the Clover-verse, after Julius Onah’s (The Girl is in Trouble) God Particle. There is no confirmation that Overlord is a sequel to Cloverfield, but coming from Bad Robot …Read More

  • Posted on: June 20th, 2017

    In a recent interview, author Steve Alten confirmed that his novel The Loch is on the way to becoming a feature film. Although you may not recognise Alten’s name at first, you should be interested to learn that he is the author of Meg; the upcoming shark thriller with Jason Statham and Ruby Rose. The …Read More

  • Posted on: June 20th, 2017

    Last week, we spoke with Danish writer/director Christian Torpe on the upcoming TV adaptation of Stephen King’s “The Mist,” in which he revealed how the real draw for him had been the fact that it’s such an incredibly unfortunate, yet incredibly relevant premise. Having seen the pilot, that statement couldn’t be closer to the truth …Read More

  • Posted on: June 20th, 2017

    We’re never too far from a film that aims to channel the soul-shaking, full-bore horror of The Evil Dead or indeed, one set in a cabin in the woods. Set in the woods of Wisconsin, James Crow’s Black Creek looks to be another one to throw on that pile, if this trailer and following synopsis are …Read More

  • Posted on: June 19th, 2017

    Phantasm’s Reggie Bannister heads the cast of horror-comedy slasher Bonejangles, which hits VOD on July 18th from Wild Eye Releasing, who acquired the film last September and have just put out this new trailer. The second feature from director Brett DeJager, Bonejangles co-stars horror regular Elissa Dowling (Starry Eyes, We Are Still Here, Death House), …Read More

  • Posted on: June 19th, 2017

    The weekend brought with it a clip from Ana Lily Amirpour’s ridiculously cool-looking The Bad Batch, showing Suki Waterhouse’s Arlen losing an arm to a nutjob and a hacksaw, all to the sounds of a ‘90s pop classic. Due to hit US screens on June 23rd, the film – set in a desolate, isolated Texas …Read More

  • Posted on: June 19th, 2017

    Whilst, admittedly, the last few POV-cum-Call of Duty movies didn’t really bode that well with me, writer-director Tim Smit’s feature debut, the futuristic, VFX-heavy Kill Switch navigates first-person shooter territory precariously enough to ensure it doesn’t leave you feeling like you’re slumped on the sofa watching your best buddy blasting his way through the single-player …Read More

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