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  • Posted on: April 21st, 2018

    Fan of transgressive, depraved exercises in cinematic weirdness? Yeah, me too. Which is why I’m excited that a home release has been announced for Dominic Brunt’s Brit-sick-flick Attack of the Adult Babies, which premiered at Frightfest last August. The film is the latest addition to the eclectic horror CV of soap star turned filmmaker Brunt, …Read More

  • Posted on: April 21st, 2018

    The anthology Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories delivers on what the title promises, as gallons of grue and heaps of gory special effects are on display throughout the film’s tales. This sequel to 2015’s Volumes of Blood also delivers some chilling content, as well, with a group of talented writers and directors joining forces. This …Read More

  • Posted on: April 20th, 2018

    Prepare for Annihilation. If you were unable to catch the film in cinemas – like us in the UK – and are without Netflix, then you’ll be glad to know that you’ll be able to nab Annihilation on DVD and Blu-ray on 29th May 2018. Ignore the dreadful cover art that makes it look like …Read More

  • Posted on: April 20th, 2018

    Netflix is an unstoppable wave of content and it is showing no signs of slowing down the offering of its original programming. The streaming giant has now ordered 10 episodes of The Order; a series that will follow a student who joins a secret society called The Order. Once there, he uncovers magical secrets and …Read More

  • Posted on: April 20th, 2018

    CURE (Kyua) is being released in the UK on April 23rd. We have 5 Dual format Blu-ray/DVDs to give away. To enter, email your name and mailing address to: admin@screamhorrormag.com (please make the subject heading ‘CURE’) on or by April 28th 2018, and all entries will go into a draw and 5 lucky people will …Read More

  • Posted on: April 20th, 2018

    A brand new trailer has been unleashed for the psychological crime-thriller In Darkness and it shows Natalie Dormer drawn into a world of crime and corruption. After the supposed suicide of her upstairs neighbour Veronique, a blind pianist (Dormer) comes into contact with the victim’s father. She is soon drawn into a dangerous criminal underworld, …Read More

  • Posted on: April 20th, 2018

    Words of a Gremlins reboot or sequel have been doing the rounds for a while now, but Chris Columbus has now confirmed that a reboot is in the works. When speaking to the US Metro, the scribe of the original cult classic said: “Gremlins, we are actively talking about that. So that’s what I am …Read More

  • Posted on: April 19th, 2018

    At the end of last year, it was announced that the directors behind Starry Eyes would be helming the reboot of Pet Sematary. Now, we have the first cast announcement with reports confirming that Jason Clarke is in talks to star. The 1989 was a creepy re-telling of the terrifying Stephen King novel, so this …Read More

  • Posted on: April 19th, 2018

    Another new cast member has been added to the anticipated Devil’s Rejects sequel 3 From Hell; Richard Brake. You’ll most recently have seen him in Zombie’s average clown horror 31 as Doom-Head. He was, arguably, the best part of 31 which was otherwise a drawn-out and dull genre offering. Rob Zombie took to Instagram to …Read More

  • Posted on: April 19th, 2018

    Chernobyl Diaries director Brad Parker is to helm a new horror-thriller for 1inMM Productions. The film is currently untitled, but it follows an expedition to an Appalachian sinkhole that turns into a terrifying fight for survival. Chernobyl Diaries was a mediocre spook-fest that didn’t quite manage to be the chilling found-footage film it desired to …Read More

  • Posted on: April 19th, 2018

    If you think you’ve seen every horror film set in a cabin in the woods, then you’re probably right. But, have you seen a horror film set in a cabin at the end of the world? Probably not. FilmNation has acquired the rights to a film that focuses on just that and it’s terrifically called …Read More

  • Posted on: April 18th, 2018

    Inside this issue… PRIMATE HORROR Christopher Atkins remembers SHAKMA HAMMER GLAMOUR Lesley-Anne Down remembers COUNTESS DRACULA HELLRAISER: JUDGMENT Gary J. Tunnicliffe talks Pinhead TOD BROWNING’S FREAKS! A Retrospective… UNMADE HAMMER The horror that never was… MARROWBONE The writer of The Orphanage makes his directorial debut with another tale of haunted youth A LEGEND IN MANY …Read More

  • Posted on: April 16th, 2018

    Riding high following the mighty success of The Shape of Water, horror regular Doug Jones stars in Gehenna: Where Death Lives, which hits cinemas and On Demand next month. Ahead of the release comes this pretty freaky trailer. The debut directorial feature from celebrated visual effects artist Hiroshi Katagiri (Pacific Rim, The Hunger Games, Escape …Read More

  • Posted on: April 15th, 2018

    He won our hearts as the crawlspace-dwelling Roach in Wes Craven’s The People Under the Stairs and, despite a long and busy acting career since, Sean Whalen will, for horror fans, always be associated with the character. With more recent genre roles in Hatchet III, The Axe Murders of Villisca and Death House, the cult …Read More

  • Posted on: April 15th, 2018

    Filming has just commenced on The Room, a Monkey’s Paw-type horror thriller from Renaissance director Christian Volckman and not, as you may be forgiven for thinking, a remake of Tommy Wiseau’s cinematic landmark of the same name. Volckman also co-wrote the film with Eric Forestier and Vincent Ravalec. It stars Olga Kurylenko (Seven Psychopaths, Centurion) …Read More

  • Posted on: April 15th, 2018

    The OC’s Mischa Barton stars in bloodthirsty thriller Painkillers, which sits within a handful of upcoming horror flicks on her CV. Below is a set of new stills for the film, which premiered this last week at the Brussels International Fantastic Films Festival. Roxy Shih – whose 2016 feature debut The Tribe won multiple festival …Read More

  • Posted on: April 15th, 2018

    The ever-growing wealth divide in modern Britain provides the inspiration for Joe Martin’s Us and Them, which sees a downtrodden youth attempting to ignite a revolution by staging cyber attacks on the rich and powerful. As his anger increases however, so too do the risks he takes. The film garnered positive responses from its festival …Read More

  • Posted on: April 15th, 2018

    If you’ve been eagerly awaiting a season 2 of Outcast, then you will be please to know that it’s FINALLY on the way. After two years since season 1, Outcast season 2 will premiere on Cinemax on 20th July 2018, so you have only until the summer to wait. Synopsis: In the second season of …Read More

  • Posted on: April 15th, 2018

    Hot off the heels of directing this year’s horror smash A Quiet Place, John Krasinski is sticking with the same genre and directing the sci-fi Life on Mars next. The film will adapt the short story written by Cecil Castellucci called We Have Always Lived on Mars, but there is no screenwriter attached to the …Read More

  • Posted on: April 14th, 2018

    If you’re unsure of how Mary Shelley came up with the idea of her classic novel Frankenstein, then this new trailer for Mary Shelley will give you a bit of an insight. Mary Shelley will trace the events that lead to the author writing Frankenstein, combining how she learned that humans could be monstrous and …Read More

  • Posted on: April 14th, 2018

    It’s happening! The cast for It: Chapter 2 is beginning to grow with two new additions in James McAvoy and Bill Hader. They are currently in talks to join Jessica Chastain, who is to play an adult Beverly Marsh, in the sequel that will mainly take place 20 years after the events of 2017’s Chapter …Read More

  • Posted on: April 14th, 2018

    The cast for The Purge series is beginning to shape up very nicely and three new actors have been added. They are Banshee’s Lili Simmons, Jigsaw’s Hannah Emily Anderson and Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning’s Lee Tergesen. They will join Amanda Warren, Colin Woodell, Gabriel Chavarria and Jessica Garza, who will be starring in the …Read More

  • Posted on: April 14th, 2018

    Timo Tjahjanto (pictured above) has taken to social media to share the first official image from his next horror dish titled May the Devil Take You. The image shows Pevita Pearce in her role of Maya. If the image is anything to go by, her role is going to be a brutal and bloody one. …Read More

  • Posted on: April 14th, 2018

    Jim Carrey may be an excellent comedy actor, but he’s also brilliant when he’s showing his serious side. A new trailer has been released for the sinister thriller Dark Crimes and it shows Carrey trying to prove that an author’s eerie novel links him to a similar crime in real life. The film comes from …Read More

  • Posted on: April 13th, 2018

    It’s probably fair to say you won’t be seeing another film anytime soon that opens with a punishingly lengthy scene of a poorly-staged wrestling match set to horrible, pulsating techno. But then, you’re unlikely to see one that has much at all in common with Parts Unknown, the latest from micro budget horror stalwart Rick …Read More

  • Posted on: April 12th, 2018

    One of many intriguing genre films to appear at this year’s EFM was Adolfo Kolmerer and William James’s nightmarish meta fairytale Snowflake, which premiered back in November at Chicago’s Cinepocalypse Film Festival. The film has just been acquired by Artsploitation, who will release it in the second half of 2018. Boasting a pretty out there …Read More

  • Posted on: April 12th, 2018

    With the film in cinemas and on VOD this week, IFC Midnight has shared three new clips from Fritz Böhm’s intriguing horror Wildling, which premiered at this year’s SXSW. The film stars Bel Powley (The Diary of a Teenage Girl) as a young woman held captive by a man known to her as ‘Daddy’, played …Read More

  • Posted on: April 12th, 2018

    David Robert Mitchell made some serious waves in the horror world and beyond with his acclaimed modern genre classic It Follows. Four years on and his next directorial outing, which is primed for a June release, has just gotten this cool one-sheet. Like the poster itself, Under the Silver Lake sounds like it holds a …Read More

  • Posted on: April 12th, 2018

    She freaked us right out in V/H/S as well as last year’s SiREN, and now rising horror star Hannah Fierman toplines the cast of amusingly-named, retro-styled horror anthology Dead by Midnight (11pm Central), which premieres this weekend at the Atlanta Film Festival. Starring alongside Fierman is Erin Brown (Masters of Horror: Sick Girl), better known …Read More

  • Posted on: April 12th, 2018

    Platinum Dunes became known exclusively for their entirely unnecessary but mostly money-spinning horror remakes including 2003’s The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, which was followed by The Amityville Horror, The Hitcher, Friday the 13th and A Nightmare on Elm Street. Quality ranged from ok to fucking terrible which, given the company was co-founded by Michael Bay, is …Read More

  • Posted on: April 11th, 2018

    When Robocop came out in 1987, no one quite knew the phenomenon that it would become. Sure, Ronald Reagan was in the office and crime was rampant, but who wanted to go to the theater just to see a cyborg future of that very same problem? As it turned out, almost everybody. Spawning toys, cartoons, …Read More

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