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Shudder to Celebrate Black Voices in Horror Noire

If you’re a fan of Shudder’s exceptional approach to original programming and love a great documentary, you won’t want to miss Horror Noire. It’s the growing horror network’s very first documentary feature and will tackle the meaty topic of…

January 16th, 2019 |

Jamie Lee Curtis to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award

Horror legend Jamie Lee Curtis will receive the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award at the 56th Annual International Cinematographers Guild (ICG, IATSE Local 600) Publicists Awards next month, celebrating a monumental four decades in acting. The a…

January 15th, 2019 |

Terror Films Releases ‘Close Calls’

Richard Stringham’s debut feature film Close Calls has been acquired by film distribution company Terror Films, which has brought us such horror favorites as Hell House LLC and The House on Pine Street. The film will be available across digital pla…

January 14th, 2019 |

Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies Releases Upcoming 2019 Curriculum

Attention all horror lovers living in the Los Angeles area (or planning to be there in 2019)! If you’ve ever wished you could attend a wonderful school that’s all about the horror genre, your dreams can now officially become a reality. This past …

January 09th, 2019 |

New Stills from Jordan Peele’s Us Shed Additional Light on Plotline

Ever since 2017’s Get Out proved horror films could be as socially astute as they are spine-tingling, genre fans everywhere have been waiting to see what filmmaker Jordan Peele will come up with next. Then 2019’s Us was announced and people immed…

January 07th, 2019 |

Kubrick’s The Shining Officially Added to the National Film Registry

Who says classic horror films never get the high-prestige recognition they deserve? As dedicated movie buffs may already know, the Library of Congress earmarks 25 culturally significant films for induction into the National Film Registry every year a…

December 28th, 2018 |

The Autopsy of Jane Doe Soundtrack Is Coming to Vinyl

If you fell madly in love with The Autopsy of Jane Doe when it debuted back in 2016, you’re definitely not alone. Millions celebrated the film for its incredible performances and stellar writing. However, it was the film’s dark, menacing ambience…

December 27th, 2018 |

Suspiria to Hit Blu-Ray and VOD in January

If you were eagerly looking forward to checking out Lionsgate’s Suspiria remake in theaters only to be disappointed when it didn’t hit a venue near you, we’ve got some great news. Lionsgate Home Entertainment will be releasing Luca Guadagnino…

December 16th, 2018 |

Joe Bob Briggs Returns to Shudder for Christmas Movie Marathon

If you walked away from Shudder’s Dinners of Death marathon over Thanksgiving thinking the ever-witty Joe Bob Briggs was the perfect holiday horror host, we have some excellent news for you. Briggs will be back with a vengeance to host A Very Joe B…

December 12th, 2018 |

Lunch Ladies Takes Scores “Best Editing” Honor at the Rhode Island Film Festival

If you haven’t yet gotten a chance to check out Clarissa Jacobson’s delightfully funny horror-comedy, Lunch Ladies, you’ll definitely want to add it to your must-see list immediately. Not only does it have horror circles all over the world talk…

December 10th, 2018 |

Official Site for Child’s Play Reboot Delivers New Details About Revamped Killer Doll

Whether you love the idea of MGM’s upcoming Child’s Play reboot or absolutely loathe it, one thing’s for certain. You’re definitely curious about it and you’ve been dying to know more about this “new and improved” Chucky we’ll all be …

December 06th, 2018 |

Interview with Katie Carpenter of ‘Haunting of Hill House’

The Haunting of Hill House has been the talk of the town in the horror world, and I was lucky enough to interview Katie Carpenter from the series. Carpenter served up some memorable scenes as Stacey, the sultry bridesmaid found hooking up with Theo; …

December 05th, 2018 |

Jordan Peele To Write Candyman Reboot

Get ready for another moment in horror history, because Jordan Peele is getting back in the saddle. Peele, who won an Academy Award for his visceral take on racism in his 2017 horror film Get Out, will reportedly co-write a Candyman “re-imagining” al…

December 03rd, 2018 |

Interview with ‘Vanilla Cake’ Director Crystal Pastis

As we reported last week, indie film writer/director Crystal Pastis is crowdfunding her newest venture, Death Jaw, where she hopes to create the first “Horror Universe”. Pastis sat down with me to talk Death Jaw, her time working on Jurassic World: F…

December 02nd, 2018 |

Haunting of Hill House Star Carla Gugino Hints at Second Season

Hailed by critics and viewers as one of the best contributions to Netflix horror this year, the mega-hit The Haunting of Hill House concluded the Crain family’s story, leaving viewers wondering if and how a second season would take place. Now, Carla …

December 01st, 2018 |

Amazon & Blumhouse Ink Deal for 8 Horror Movies

Horror production juggernaut Blumhouse Productions’ sister company Blumhouse Television is taking a new project underway. Amazon announced that it has signed a deal with Jason Blum’s company for eight exclusive features to be available only on Amazon…

November 23rd, 2018 |

Ax Wound Film Festival Shines Spotlight on Women in Horror

Women are already woefully under-represented when it comes to the film industry at large, but this is especially the case when it comes to horror. Respected horror writers and directors like Mary Harron (American Psycho) or Anna Biller (The Love Witc…

November 21st, 2018 |

Slasher Spoof ‘Garden Party Massacre’ Gets Release Date

As horror fans, we all appreciate reprieve from the intensity once in a while. When horror comedies like Shaun of the Dead or Tucker and Dale vs. Evil come around, we’re first in line to check out the hysterical homage to our favorite genre. In that …

November 21st, 2018 |

Fangoria Claps Back at Vogue Over Snipe at 2018 Horror Releases

Whether you reveled in the psychological horror of A Quiet Place, were kept up at night by memories of The Nun, or spent the better part of the year looking forward to the Halloween sequel, you can’t deny that 2018 really exceeded expectations in t…

November 20th, 2018 |

Indie Short Cabin Killer Now Streaming on YouTube

Who says horror has to be feature-length to be worth watching? We’ve definitely seen our share of shorts that made just as much of an impact on us as any feature-length length film we’ve ever seen and now we can officially add another to the list…

November 19th, 2018 |

Release Date Announced for All the Creatures Were Stirring

Who says horror movie season has to stop with Halloween? October 2018 may be a thing of the past, but true horror fans like to keep that spooky spirit going all year round and Christmas-themed holiday movies (like Black Christmas, Better Watch Out, a…

November 15th, 2018 |

Director Crystal Pastis to Create New “Horror Universe” with Crowdfunded ‘Death Jaw’

Up-and-coming horror writer/director Crystal Pastis wowed the masses with her visceral horror short Vanilla Cake in 2016. Now she’s back, and she’s asking for assistance with her newest idea: a short film called Death Jaw that will create a new sub-g…

November 14th, 2018 |

Sony Drops New Trailer for 2019’s Escape Room

If you’re a fan of psychological thrillers, then you definitely won’t want to miss 2019’s Escape Room when it drops. It’s the latest upcoming release from Sony, Columbia Pictures, and director Adam Robitel (The Taking of Deborah Logan, Insidi…

November 13th, 2018 |

Interview with Cynthia Producer Robert “Corpsy” Rhine

This week I had the pleasure of talking to Robert “Corpsy” Rhine, who needs no introduction to fans of indie horror. He has worked in all areas of film, from writing to acting to producing and has contributed to many great projects including working …

November 11th, 2018 |

Dermot Mulroney to Star in TRICK From Horror Legend Patrick Lussier

Halloween may be over, but there’s still room for a new trick. Dermot Mulroney is set to star in Patrick Lussier’s horror thriller Trick, due out next year.

Mulroney stars as no-nonsense Detective Denver, hot on the trail of an elusive serial kill…

November 08th, 2018 |

The Haunting of Hill House Soundtrack to Be Released on Vinyl

For many genre enthusiasts, a great horror film isn’t just about the acting or the visuals. Without a score that helps set and sustain the proper mood, even the most lushly shot feature tends to fall flat. Now vinyl lovers with a deep appreciation …

November 06th, 2018 |

Deadwax Set to Premiere on Shudder This November

Ever since news first dropped that Shudder original series, Deadwax was officially in the works, genre fans everywhere have been waiting for official word on when they could expect it to premiere. A few days ago, the horror network finally confirmed …

November 05th, 2018 |

The Howl – November 2 – Bow And Submit To Cheddar Goblin, Emissary Of Cthulhu!

Welcome, ghoulies and goblins, to another edition of AllHorror’s own Transylvania tabloid “The Howl”! Every Friday, the AllHorror Howl explores news of the horrifying, the shocking, and the intriguingly weird in and around horror culture.

November 02nd, 2018 | ,

AMC Pays Official Tribute to Walking Dead Actor

Fans of AMC’s The Walking Dead are no doubt familiar with actor, Scott Wilson. The veteran actor portrayed viewer favorite Hershel Greene on the long-running series, so naturally fans were shook when they learned he’d died at age 76 of leukemia o…

October 29th, 2018 |

Halloween Sequel Opening Rakes in Over $77 Million

When it comes to horror films that absolutely define the genre, it doesn’t get much more iconic than 1978’s Halloween, the definitive slasher celebrating its 40th anniversary (I know, it makes me feel old too). When news first dropped that a dir…

October 26th, 2018 |

The Howl – October 26 – Washington D.C. Needs An Exorcist Because Of All The Ghost Sex

Welcome, ghoulies and goblins, to another edition of AllHorror’s own Transylvania tabloid “The Howl”! Every Friday, the AllHorror Howl explores news of the horrifying, the shocking, and the intriguingly weird in and around horror culture.

October 26th, 2018 | ,

Interview with Francois Larosa, director of Aghora

Writer and director François Larosa sat down for an interview with All Horror to talk about his upcoming scifi thriller Aghora: The Deadliest Blackmagic. Larosa gave some interesting insights into horror filmmaking – as well as some intriguing i…

October 25th, 2018 |

Jamie Lee Curtis So Far

Ironically enough, the big draw in the new Halloween re-sequel-boot isn’t the iconic slasher with the creepy mask, but Jamie Lee Curtis. Media mavens all over are calling the box office records broken by this latest franchise entry as a shot in the…

October 24th, 2018 |

Watch The First Trailer for The Curse of La Llorona

If you made it to San Diego Comic Con this year, you may already have gotten a little taste of the upcoming James Wan production, The Curse of La Llorona. If not, you’ll be as thrilled as we were to hear that the first official trailer has just dro…

October 23rd, 2018 |

Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga Confirmed to Return in Annabelle 3

Fans of the popular Conjuring franchise will be more than familiar with Ed and Lorraine Warren. Not only are they real life demonologists and paranormal investigators, but their fictionalized likenesses are the main protagonists of The Conjuring and …

October 22nd, 2018 |

The Howl – October 19 – Watch Lloyd Kaufman Play Nintendo Games While Brett Kavanaugh Gets Hoodooed!

Welcome, ghoulies and goblins, to another edition of AllHorror’s own Transylvania tabloid “The Howl”! Every Friday, the AllHorror Howl explores news of the horrifying, the shocking, and the intriguingly weird in and around horror culture.

October 19th, 2018 |

Welcome to Mercy Trailer Introduces Horror Fans to New Creepy Convent

If you’re a fan of possession movies along the lines of The Conjuring and The Exorcist, then Welcome to Mercy is definitely a film you’ll want on your horror radar. It’s IFC Midnight’s newest production and it’s causing quite a buzz in the …

October 19th, 2018 |

Freddy Krueger To Return For Cameo In TV Sitcom The Goldbergs

Geez, another Freddy post? We just had one last week. It’s… It’s like… a recurring Nightmare or something… why can’t we wake up?

But alright, it’s nothing to get too excited about, but Robert Englund himself is pullin’ the ol’ cl…

October 18th, 2018 |

Night of the Living Dead and Into The Dead 2 Collaborate on New Game

The late, beloved horror director George A. Romero’s classic Night of the Living Dead has always been a fan favorite, and now you can take your love to the screen in a new way. To commemorate its 50 year anniversary, NOLD is being featured in a video…

October 17th, 2018 |

The Poster For 1932‘s The Mummy Is Auctioning For $1 Million

For an 86 year old, The Mummy is looking pretty good. So good, in fact, that an original poster for the movie is set to go up for auction at Sotheby’s, to the tune of between $1 million to $1.5 million. The last time it traded hands, again at auct…

October 15th, 2018 | ,

Fredheads: Because Too Much Freddy Krueger Is Never Enough

Welcome to prime time, Nightmare On Elm Street fans! You’re getting your very own documentary now. Just as Star Trek fandom eventually forced the documentary Trekkies, Dream Warriors get to take the spotlight as they cosplay at conventions and rega…

October 13th, 2018 | ,

The Howl – October 12 – CONSUME! OBEY! CONFORM!

Welcome, ghoulies and goblins, to another edition of AllHorror’s own Transylvania tabloid “The Howl”! Every Friday, the AllHorror Howl will bring you news of the horrifying, the shocking, and the intriguingly weird. It’s always a new surprise…

October 12th, 2018 |

The Conjuring 3 Gets New Director

The Conjuring 3 will feature a new man behind the camera. Newcomer Michael Chaves is set to direct the third film in the franchise, while James Wan, who directed The Conjuring and The Conjuring 2, will stay on to produce through his company Atomic Mo…

October 12th, 2018 |

Get Disrupted This Weekend With David Lynch

On this weekend, October 13th and 14th, you should take this map. And what you should do, is use it to go to the theater at the Ace Hotel. What is in the theater at the Ace Hotel, you ask? Disruption. You’re there right now, as a matter of fact. Do…

October 10th, 2018 |

New TV Spot for Upcoming Halloween Sequel

Theatergoing genre fans are always pretty excited for the new horror fare that hits theaters every October, but this year, the word “excited” barely covers the it and with good reason. Direct sequels to iconic hits like John Carpenter’s Hallowe…

October 10th, 2018 |

Big Scares on the Small Screen at Brooklyn Horror Film Festival

Mark your calendars October 13th if you’re around Brooklyn, because that’s when the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival will hold “Big Scares on the Small Screen,” a class on made-for-TV horror.

Featured will be the memorable Trilogy of Terror (…

October 08th, 2018 |

Train to Busan Reboot in the Works

Yeon Sang-Ho’s runaway zombie hit, Train to Busan made history when it became the first Korean film of 2016 to exceed 10 million theatergoers. It’s also received widespread critical acclaim, as well as gained a loyal following of fans that love i…

October 08th, 2018 |

Halloween 2018 Opening Fever

Tickets going on sale now, this is not a drill! Halloween (2018) is getting an unprecedented surge of hype.

Even though it doesn’t hit theaters until October 18, box office forecasters have already decreed a $45M opening! Yep, industry experts a…

October 06th, 2018 | ,

The Howl – October 5 – Does The Shining Prove Nicholas Cage Faked The Great Pumpkin?

Greetings, ghoulies and goblins, and welcome to our continued Transylvania tabloid “The Howl”! Every Friday, the AllHorror Howl gives you a roundup of items of interest to you fear fans. Our former feature in this spot, the weekend entertainment …

October 05th, 2018 | ,

First Look At Pet Sematary Remake

Of all the Stephen King adaptations to remake, you’d have to question why Pet Sematary? It’s actually one that both did well (box office 5x its budget, anyone?) and stayed relatively faithful to Stephen King’s novel, miracles never cease.


October 04th, 2018 |

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