The entire Sharknado franchise is now streaming on Amazon Prime! Not only that they have several Asylum movies to pick from as well. If you're running out of binge and streaming options I would highly suggest checking them out. Especially if you're a B-Horror film fan like me.
Pronouns — terrifying, right? At least when they don’t have antecedents, that is. There’s suspense baked right into the title of It Comes At Night, the upcoming feature from Trey Edward Shults, director of last year’s self-assured debut Krisha. So what is the ‘it,’ and why is it coming at night? The attendees of the Overlook Film Festival are keeping mum, having gotten the first glimpse at the film this past weekend when it popped up as the festival’s secret surprise screening. They offered rapturous but spoiler-free praise, but luckily for the rest of us, a new trailer and poster have surfaced to shed a little light on what’s going on while simultaneously compounding the mystery.
A hilarious and terrifying remake of the horror classic "Scream" that will scare you even more that the original. The new film "Stream" dares a group of friends to find a movie to watch on Netflix that they all agree on. We've all been there and it's this kind of story telling and realism that makes this movie an instant horror classic!
It's the most realistic horror film ever made! "Hell No" is a non-stop boring somewhat thrill ride that will leave you wanting more. More of anything, or less of "Hell No." Let's face it a lot of modern horror films have gotten lazy. There's all the cliches and unrealistic circumstances making you scream "There's no way this could happen or that someone id that stupid.&quo
Hard to believe it's already October, Fall is on the way, the temperatures are getting cooler and before you know it Halloween will be here! For me Halloween ranks right up there with Christmas. The decorations, candy, costumes, parties and of course horror films!
The reactions are priceless! A dad and daughter filmed themselves watching a scary movie. They're all cuddled up on the couch, dad's even got a comfort pillow to hide behind while his daughter grabs a hold of him and continues to scream and hold his arm. I'm wondering what movie they're watching, I'd like tot see it. Whatever it is it's scaring the hell out of them! Maybe it's another Miley Cyrus
Few film experiences are more deeply satisfying than watching a psychotically disturbed villain get what's coming to them. It's one of the key emotional resolutions in all of cinema, so why, then, do so many, many films get this simple, primal act so terribly, terribly wrong?
Sometimes great movies have terrible trailers, and you wind up never seeing a movies that eventually win Oscars, and then you have nothing to talk about at dinner parties for half a year. On the other hand, sometimes terrible movies have GREAT trailers, and when all is said and done you wind up wondering why you just wasted 92 minutes of your life. These are those trailers. Consider yourself warne
There’s no better theatrical experience than a really frightening horror movie. The looming feeling that something terrifying might be lurking around every corner makes you to sit on the edge of your seat in spine-tingling anticipation...
When I first heard rumors about a possible 'Evil Dead' remake I was skeptical to say the least. Then when it was confirmed and the news broke that Bruce Campbell wouldn't be in the film I was pissed! How can you have an 'Evil Dead' movie without Bruce, the original and only Ash? I've been following the progress of the new film closely, and I have an answer to the "what about Bruce" quest