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‘The Matrix’ In 4DX Plugs You Into The Movie For Its 20th Anniversary

Hard to believe it has been 20 years since the world was introduced to Keanu Reeves as hacker turned savior, 'Neo' and the idea...

The Netflix Halloween Preview

  Are you ready for "Netflix and chills?" The streaming media giant has a slew of original programs scheduled for the fall, and a new...

‘3 From Hell’: Rob Zombie’s Latest Hits Blu-Ray in October

In 2003, Rob Zombie made his film debut with the crazy as hell, but still quite fun House of 1000 Corpses. In 2005, Otis,...

‘IT: Chapter Two’ Makes Bank, But Comes Up Short of ‘IT’

This weekend saw the release of easily the most anticipated horror film of 2019, that being Stephen King adaptation IT: Chapter Two. The first...

Devon Sawa Wants to Return for an ‘Idle Hands’ Sequel

One of the most common horror sub-genres also tends to be one of the hardest to pull off successfully, that being the horror comedy...

John Carpenter Will Return to Score ‘Halloween Kills’ & ‘Halloween Ends’

When last year's new Halloween movie - confusingly titled Halloween - hit theaters, fans really weren't sure what to expect. Sure, advance reviews were...

Long-Awaited ‘Polaroid’ will Finally be Released in September

It's been over a year since we've heard anything about Polaroid, the cursed camera horror film, which found itself in limbo in the wake of...

Director Neill Blomkamp Leaves ‘RoboCop Returns’

While not exactly horror, we're still big fans of RoboCop around these parts, thanks to its combination of sharp-edged satire, thrilling action, and extreme...

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‘Zombieland: Double Tap’ Comes Up Short at the Box Office

Coming out the year before The Walking Dead juggernaut hit the airwaves, 2009's Zombieland preceded the oversaturation of the undead in pop culture that...

TADFF Review: ‘The Furies’ is a Brutal, Bloody, Battle Royale

From writer/director Tony D’Aquino, The Furies follows Kayla (Airlie Dodds, Killing Ground) as she wakes up alone, in a box, in the middle of...

TADFF Interview: Tony D’Aquino on ‘The Furies’ and Practical Horror

The Furies is the sun-scorched feature film debut of Australian writer/director Tony D'Aquino. It's a bloody little love letter to classic slasher films that...

‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 Is Its Most-Viewed Yet

Netflix offers a lot of great original movies and TV shows, but there's no doubt that the most popular one currently is Stranger Things,...