All posts by Jessica Gomez

Scary Stories Documentary Review

Most of us can say that our love for horror began when we were kids. In the 90s, that meant that the children’s book of short stories, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark by Alvin Schwartz, was a must-have – and it’s even more prevalent in our mind…

by Jessica Gomez | August 18th, 2019 | Categories: | Tags: |

Darlin’ Blu-Ray Release Coming September 3rd

Pollyanna McIntosh’s bloody directorial debut Darlin’, the sequel to Lucky McKee’s The Woman which premiered this March at SXSW, is coming to DVD and Blu-ray on September 3rd. The release comes through indie film distributor Dark Sky Films.

by Jessica Gomez | August 09th, 2019 | Categories: | Tags: |

‘Long Lost’ Coming to VOD This April

Erik Bloomquist’s feature directorial debut Long Lost has been making waves at local film festivals, earning best horror film awards at several fests through Connecticut, where the film was shot. The psychological suspense thriller is currently gra…

by Jessica Gomez | March 30th, 2019 | Categories: | Tags: |

Modern Clown Slasher ‘Terrifier’ Available on VHS

Who doesn’t love the nostalgia of a horror film on VHS? Fortunately for fans of the old media, a new slasher is available on an old format. Beginning March 29th, Terrifier will be available on VHS.

Broke Horror Fan has teamed up with Witter Ente…

by Jessica Gomez | March 29th, 2019 | Categories: | Tags: |

Blumhouse is Officially Remaking The Craft; Zoe Lister-Jones to Write & Direct

Few films receive the well-deserved cult status that the 1996 teen witch film The Craft has been awarded. Though the film is over 20 years old, it has aged well. Ahead of its time tackling issues such as date rape, racism, poverty, and suicide, with …

by Jessica Gomez | March 28th, 2019 | Categories: | Tags: |

John Carpenter Joins 80s Horror Documentary ‘In Search of Darkness’

Last year, UK-based company CreatorVC Studios launched a crowdfunding campaign for their horror documentary In Search of Darkness, delving into the political and societal influences of horror in the 1980s, and the effect it had on the masses and the …

by Jessica Gomez | March 27th, 2019 | Categories: | Tags: |

Scream Factory Releasing 4K Version of ‘The Brain’

Shout Factory’s horror division, Scream Factory, is releasing Ed Hunt’s 1988 sci-fi horror The Brain on a 4K disc. The film is available for pre-order beginning April 30th.

A doctor uses an alien organism to brainwash the masses through their …

by Jessica Gomez | March 26th, 2019 | Categories: | Tags: |

Elizabeth Lail Joins Horror Feature ‘The Countdown’

‘You’ struck fans by surprise; though it premiered as a Lifetime Original, there was no lack of violence, gore or tragedy. Elizabeth Lail starred as Beck, the apple of sociopath stalker Joe’s eye. She’s now stepping into a feature horror role…

by Jessica Gomez | March 25th, 2019 | Categories: | Tags: |

Dave Franco Making Directorial Debut With a Horror Movie Starring Alison Brie

We’re all about the husband and wife tag-team for horror films – it’s worked out splendidly for John Krasinski and Emily Blunt in A Quiet Place, and for Tim Burton’s many films that starred Helena Bonham Carter. Now we may have a new favorite d…

by Jessica Gomez | March 24th, 2019 | Categories: | Tags: |

Dermot Mulroney Out, Omar Epps In for Patrick Lussier’s ‘Trick’

Last November, All Horror reported that Dermot Mulroney was set to star in horror connoisseur Patrick Lussier’s Trick. We’ve learned that Mulroney has left the project, and in his place, Omar Epps will take over as no-nonsense Detective Mike Denv…

by Jessica Gomez | March 23rd, 2019 | Categories: | Tags: |

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