All posts by Jessica Gomez

Shudder Offering Free Subscription for Women in Horror Month

February is Women in Horror Month, celebrating the work women do both in front of and behind the camera in horror cinema. To honor these women, Shudder has once again partnered with for a free month of the streaming horror serv…

by Jessica Gomez | January 31st, 2019 | Categories: | Tags: |

Rosario Dawson and Dan Aykroyd Join Original Cast for Zombieland Sequel

The long, long wait is over; the sequel to Zombieland is finally coming to fruition a decade after the original premiered. Zombieland: Double Tap is set to premiere October of this year.

The Zombieland facebook page posted a ten year challenge of …

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

“Seems About White”: ‘The Craft’ Actress Rachel True Believes Her Exclusion From Conventions Is Rooted In Racism

Fans of The Craft are in for some disappointing news. Though some conventions are billing some actor appearances at their events as a reunion for The Craft, one important person was excluded – Rachel True.

True, whose character Rochelle was a huge…

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

The Lost Boys TV Show Pilot Ordered

The CW has ordered a pilot for a television show based on the 1987 cult favorite The Lost Boys, according to Deadline. An anthology adaptation was previously attempted by Veronica Mars creator and iZombie writer Rob Thomas three years ago, but The CW…

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

Terror Films Releases Four New Titles Internationally

Horror distributor Terror Films teamed up with Cyfuno Ventures to release four titles internationally: Asylum, The Lost Footage; Hell Town; After Dark; and Don’t F*ck in the Woods.

Asylum: The Lost Footage is a found footage film that reveals t…

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

Suspiria Blu-ray Available This Week

Italian director Luca Guadagnino’s first horror film Suspiria, a retelling of Dario Argento’s 1977 groundbreaking film, received polarizing reviews in the horror community. For fans of Guadagnino’s rendition, the Blu-ray becomes available on Ja…

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

‘Shaun of the Dead’ Director Edgar Wright Is Making His Return to Horror

Director Edgar Wright gave us one of the best and most recognized horror comedies of all time with Shaun of the Dead in 2004. Since then he’s written, produced and directed, most notably the critically acclaimed Baby Driver in 2017 – but save for a…

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

‘Hereditary’ Director Ari Aster On Why Horror is Best for Storytelling

After debuting at the Sundance Film Festival to stellar reviews, psychological thriller Hereditary made waves as a deeply chilling and emotional film that dissected a family’s grief over the loss of the family matriarch. Writer/director Ari Aster a…

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

Happy Death Day 2U Gets Earlier Release Date After Heartfelt Request from Parkland Father

Happy Death Day 2U, the follow up to Happy Death Day, was set to premiere in theaters February 14th for Valentine’s Day. Unfortunately, that is the day that the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting took place in Parkland last year. Fred Gu…

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

Cult Classic ‘Invasion of the Blood Farmers’ Gets Blu-Ray Release

The once-banned micro-budget exploitation horror Invasion of the Blood Farmers is coming to Blu-ray, courtesy of Severin Films. You can pre-order the film now for its February 26 release.

The film is set in Westchester County New York, where a cul…

by Jessica Gomez | January 19th, 2019 | Categories: | Tags: |

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