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Posted on: March 22nd, 2017

From the maniacs that brought you such toe curling comic horror as 30 Days of Night, Silent Hill, and a bunch of X-Files comics, comes the latest addition to the IDW horror lineup, Shed! A ghoulish tale of post-apocalyptic terror, the comic highlights the possibility of a new evolution of humans that shed their skin …Read More

Posted on: March 20th, 2017

A brash and brutal blend of The Inbetweeners and Shaun of the Dead, Andy Edward’s Ibiza Undead takes the horrors of dodgy package deals from Hell to inconceivable new heights. Set in an alternate world where zombies are commonplace, Ibiza Undead follows Jim, Alex and Az as they jet set off to the White Isle …Read More

Posted on: March 17th, 2017

Today (March 17) sees the release of Dagen Merrill’s psychological thriller, Atomica. Starring Dominic Monaghan (Pet, “Lost”), Sarah Habel (Hostel: Part II) and Tom Sizemore (Born on the 4th of July, Natural Born Killers), the film tells a not-so-distant-future tale of a young safety inspector, Abby Dixon (Habel), who is flown out to attempt to …Read More

Posted on: March 15th, 2017

Now out on VOD and DVD, SCREAM caught up with Les Sholes to talk about his award-winning horror movie Exscind and the dedication it takes to be a writer, director and producer. SCREAM:   HOW DID YOU GET STARTED IN FILM MAKING? Les:  I began by taking several courses throughout the country in screenwriting, directing and …Read More

Posted on: March 11th, 2017

Next week sees the release of Douglas Schulze’s fourth and most daring film yet, The Dark Below. This tense and fear-driven film makes use of a bone-chilling soundtrack by multiplatinum artist Eric Bobo (Cypress Hill, The Beastie Boys) and minimal dialog to relate a woman’s (Lauren Mae Shafer) struggle for survival beneath a frozen lake …Read More

Posted on: March 10th, 2017

Since its debut at last year’s Venice International Film Festival, Dutch writer/director Martin Koolhoven’s first English-language venture, Brimstone, has been stunning and shocking audiences around the world. A joltingly raw and controversial spin on the western genre, Brimstone relates the harrowing tale of Liz (Dakota Fanning), a frontier woman wrongly accused of a crime she …Read More

Posted on: March 9th, 2017

One particular film I’m confident will prove to be an absolute blood blast at the impending SXSW Film Festival is Sebastien Landry and Laurence Morais-Lagace’s Game of Death. Best described as Jumanji meets Natural Born Killers by way of Spring Breakers, the film stars Sam Earle, Victoria Diamond and Emelia Hellman and relates the tale …Read More

Posted on: March 9th, 2017

Since debuting at last year’s 73rd Venice International Film Festival, Dutch writer/director Martin Koolhoven’s raw and controversial spin on the western genre, Brimstone, has been shaking audiences around the world to their absolute cores. Told in four chapters, Brimstone relates the harrowing tale of Liz (Dakota Fanning), a frontier woman turned fugitive who is forced …Read More

Posted on: March 6th, 2017

German-born filmmaker Marcel Walz has always been fascinated by some of the classic slasher films of recent years. After finding inspiration from the works of John Carpenter and Wes Craven, Walz began his filmmaking career and as a director, he has gained a wealth of knowledge completing films like Tortura, Plastic and Seed 2. For …Read More

Posted on: March 2nd, 2017

upTomorrow sees the release of Mike Mendez’ Don’t Kill It, a wild and bloody blend of Indiana Jones style adventure, demonic horror and pitch black comedy, pitting grizzled demon hunter Jebediah Woodley (Dolph Lundgren) and hesitant FBI agent Evelyn Pierce (Kristina Klebe) against a particularly tough-to-tame demon that’s terrorising the locals in the small Mississippi …Read More

Posted on: March 2nd, 2017

“Horror doesn’t have enough cinematic heroes. We have Ash from the “Evil Dead” series, but that’s about it.” This was a comment made by Mike Mendez, Director of the impending action/horror/comedy movie Don’t Kill It, and he couldn’t have been more right. That is, of course, until Dolph Lundgren signed on for the lead role …Read More

Posted on: March 1st, 2017

It feels like an eternity since its debut at last year’s Tribeca Film Festival but the release of Ed Gass-Donnelly’s latest psychological thriller Lavender (AKA Trauma over here in the UK) is finally upon us. Directed and co-written by Gass-Donnelly, the film follows professional photographer Jane (Abbie Cornish) who, after an almost fatal car accident, …Read More

Posted on: February 28th, 2017

Once every blue moon, a first-timer’s feature is accepted at Cannes Film Festival. It’s actually probably a heck of a lot less often than that but, case in point, the festival organisers saw something special in writer/director Michael O’Shea’s debut The Transfiguration and there it was, screening as part of the Un Certain Regard strand. …Read More

Posted on: February 23rd, 2017

We’re never short on vampires in the film and TV world, but that’s not stopping a brand new TV series from putting its stamp on the blood-thirsty sub-genre. Based on the Icelandic novel Powers of Darkness written in 1900, the series will be titled Dracula Now and will be set in modern day. In order …Read More

Posted on: February 14th, 2017

Whilst XX is far from the first anthology Roxanne Benjamin has been involved in, it must surely be one of the most important movies in her career, not only because it’s the first ever all-female led horror anthology, but also because of the slew of challenges that came with it. In a recent interview with …Read More

Posted on: February 14th, 2017

It’s been a long time coming – 15 years to be precise – but the prodigal son, visionary director Gore Verbinski, has finally returned to the world of genre filmmaking with A Cure for Wellness, his first horror movie since 2002’s The Ring. Tapping into the increasingly ambitious and irrational world we live in today, …Read More

Posted on: February 14th, 2017

Jovanka Vuckovic is a jack of all trades and anything but a master of none when it comes to genre cinema. First cutting her teeth as a visual effects artist, her next career move found her as serving Editor for Rue Morgue Magazine. Her seven year stint at the helm of said publication opened many …Read More

Posted on: February 13th, 2017

Horror Channel FrightFest Glasgow is looking as promising as ever this year and one particular event that has us at SCREAM more than intrigued is a sneaky peek preview of Dominic Brunt’s latest feature, ADULT BABIES. Unable to hold our breath until the festival itself to discover what Brunt has in store, we jumped at …Read More

Posted on: February 3rd, 2017

Yesterday you’ll have read our interview with actress Matilda Lutz in which she opened up to talk about how she fell into an acting career out of an attempt to quell a bad case of shyness and shared her experiences playing the lead role in Rings, pitted against Samara Morgan in the digital age. With …Read More

Posted on: February 2nd, 2017

Whilst Japanese mythology propounds the notion that all things supernatural try to avoid electricity like the plague, Hideo Nakata’s much revered psionic shocker, Ringu, paved the way for a torrent of Japanese technology-centric shockers. Capitalising on J-horror’s new-found glory, it wasn’t long before an inevitable US remake of Ringu was announced which went on to …Read More

Posted on: January 20th, 2017

Since catching his disturbing debut, Creep, back in 2004, I’ve always been an unconditional Christopher Smith fan; whether it was the mind-bending nature of Triangle, the team-building terror of Severance or the disquieting devilry of Black Death. Heck, I even can’t get enough of his absolutely unexpected but infinitely enjoyable Christmas caper movie Get Santa …Read More

Posted on: January 19th, 2017

Since making his feature debut appearance at the ripe old age of 15 alongside Brad Pitt, Jessica Chastain and Sean Penn in Terrence Malick’s experimental, impressionistic drama The Tree of Life, there’s been absolutely no stopping one of Hollywood’s now most sought after actors, Tye Sheridan. Following leading roles in major four-quadrant titles that found …Read More

Posted on: January 13th, 2017

To pretty much everyone’s surprise, Netflix only VERY recently revealed that today would see the release of the psychological shocker Clinical, helmer Alistair Legrand’s follow up to 2015 festival favourite The Diabolical. With Netflix already proving itself a horror force to be reckoned with, having put out a diverse range of fresh and unique movies …Read More

Posted on: December 6th, 2016

SCREAM’s Jessy Williams recently caught up with actor-musician Chris Minor to talk about his role in The Possession Experiment. He plays the lead role of Brandon Jensen, a student whose curiosity around exorcisms leads him to volunteer to be possessed himself. In the interview he chats about his relationship with the film’s director Scott Jensen, …Read More

Posted on: December 5th, 2016

SCREAM’s Jessy Williams recently caught up with director Scott B. Hansen to chat about his experiences on The Possession Experiment. In the interview he discusses working with horror icon Bill Moseley, how is background in music helped his relationships on-set and his surprising (but excellent) favourite horror film. SCREAM: You wrote, directed, edited and worked …Read More

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