LATEST HORROR TRUE STORIES

What Really Happened to Lost Cosmonauts?

90's

  Begin of Space Era During the late 1950's and early 1960's, the space race between the United States and the Soviet Union was hot.  Both sides built and tested rockets as quickly as they could, trying to be the first to launch an artificial satellite into orbit, often with explosive results. some, most notably amateur radio operators, listened more closely than others And of they were young brothers from Italy, Achille and Giovanni Judica-Cordiglia   Achille and Giovanni Judica-Cordiglia Achille and Giovanni Judica-Cordiglia were two AMATEUR... Read More

Redrooms (Deep Web)

2009

There was a boy who was addicted to the internet. He heard an urban legend about The Red Room from one of his friends at school. That evening, when the boy got home, he went on the internet to see if he could find out anything more about it. All of a sudden, a small window popped up with a red background. Written in black, was the message, “Do you like — ?” The boy closed the window, but it popped up again. He tried numerous times to close it but it just kept re-appearing.............

Dog Eaters (They took my dog for there Dinner)

2016

There was an old couple in England who had a pet poodle. They loved their dog very much and treated it almost like it was a human. Some would even say they pampered it too much. Whenever they took a bath, the poodle was given a bath too. Whenever they cooked dinner, they would fix an extra plate and leave it on the floor for the dog to eat. One day, they were taking their pet poodle for a walk when they happened to pass by a Chinese restaurant. Feeling hungry, they decided to go inside and have dinner. However, when they sat down at a table and the waiter brought over the menus, they... Read More

No Eyes (They Drink My Blood)

2011

Have you heard the story of the no eyes? It’s a tale that some say is too terrible to tell, but pull your seat closer to the campfire and I will reveal the terrifying legend. The San Bernardino Mountains contain a lot of wilderness regions which saw substantial activity about 100 years ago. Here, miners and loggers worked to bring materials down to the Los Angeles basin. But, like most industries of that time, there was a high profit motive, and workers lives were not as important as they were now. One day, a mine tunnel collapsed, trapping a number of men within. They were able to... Read More

LATEST HORROR MOVIES NEWS

Jigsaw: News, Trailer, Release Date, Cast, Characters...

Movies News - Series News

Theatrical Release Poster "Saw: The Final Chapter" was the seventh and supposedly last film from the blood-filled horror movie franchise. However, "Saw" has been revived for an eighth movie, but it is yet to be confirmed if this will be a remake or a sequel to "Saw VII." The eighth installment of the "Saw" movie franchise is slated for an October 2017 debut, and it might feature the return of Jigsaw, played by Tobin Bell. This October 27, Lionsgate and Twisted Pictures proudly present JIGSAW! After a series of murders bearing all the markings of the Jigsaw killer, law enforcement find themselves chasing the ghost of a man dead for over a... Read More

Chucky 7 Coming this Holloween (October 20)

Movies News - Series News

  Chucky returns after the events of Curse of Chucky to continue terrorizing his wheelchair-prone human victim, Nica. Meanwhile, the killer doll has some scores to settle with his old enemies, with the help of his former wife. Don Mancini’s been teasing the newest Child’s Play film for months and we’re excited, especially since it picks up after the events of Curse of Chucky, one of the absolute best of the franchise. We’ve got a synopsis for you below, but it doesn’t matter much; if you’re onboard with Chucky, you know and love what you’re getting into! Brad Dourif once again provides Chucky’s voice, while... Read More

10 Japanese Creepy Horror Movies (Must Watch)

Movies News - Series News

Some of the best horror films in the world have only come out of Japan. Let's take a look at some of the most memorable Japanese horror movies.    10. DARK WATER Dark Water is a 2002 horror-drama from director Hideo Nakata. The film is based on a piece of work by Koji Suzuki. The film was remade for Western audiences in 2005. directed by Walter Salles and starring Jennifer Connelly. In Dark Water, Yoshimi (Hitomi Kuroki) is in the middle of an ugly divorce and has to move into a dilapidated apartment with her daughter. A leak forms in the building’s ceiling and gets worse every day. Despite... Read More

Every Spoiler Leaked From 'The Walking Dead...

Movies News - Series News

The apocalyptic drama is just weeks away from its whopping eighth season, and some fans may be falling off or losing interest in Rick Grimes’ battle for survival. But it looks like the folks behind TWD are cognizant of this possibility, and are attempting to change things up in Season 8. Producer/director Greg Nicotero recently spoke to this, teasing how visually different Season 8 will be than its predecessors. The past few weeks have been an exciting time for avid TV fans. Fall premieres have ended the long hiatus between nwe seasons, allowing fans to return to their favorite weekly adventures on the small screen. But there are a... Read More

LATEST HORROR MOVIES REVIEWS

Audition

1999

  Direction is just as important as story and even more important than acting. For this reason I probably have more favorite directors than I do actors or actresses. Takashi Miike is easily in my top five all time favorite directors. Before there was Imprint(Masters of Horror Season 1 Episode 13), there was Ichi the Killer andHappiness of the Katakuris. And before those two cinematic gems there was Audition; an absolute masterpiece of Japanese horror film making. Taken from a novel written by Ryu Murakami, Audition starts by introducing us to a widower, Shigeharu Aoyama, and his teenage son... Read More

Jeepers Creepers 3

2017

Jeepers Creepers series. Thinking back on the progress and how we got to this point, a sequel had been in talks since before the second movie even found its way into theaters, but finding proper financing has always been an issue (and writer/director Victor Salva's sordid past didn't help matters). Over the years many ideas have been thrown around, like some parts of the film possibly taking place in western times (which might explain The Creeper's choice in clothing) and the more reported idea of the story taking place 23 years after the events of the last one. This idea, of course, is now believed to be where the fourth and final... Read More

Goodnight Mommy

2015

This my one of the favorite movies of all time, I love to say the view and creepiness in this movie are amazing. Usually if a movie trailer depicts a movie a certain way and the actual film is completely different, I get annoyed. Why are you marketing it in a way that doesn’t actually do it justice? Just to make people want to see it? It smacks of desperation and comes across as a cheap ploy. However, in the case of the Austrian film Goodnight Mommy, the trailer does exactly what it needs to do by showing us things to make us terrified of one aspect, when we should be terrified about another aspect as well. To say it... Read More

Ichi The Killer (Koroshiya 1)

2001

Ichi The Killer (Koroshiya 1) is director by Takeshi Miike. I would say it is Miike’s best film, but he has such an extensive and varied catalogue it is hard to even see all his films let alone really compare them: they range from zombie musicals (Happiness of the Katakuris) to spaghetti westerns based on Shakespeare’s Henry VI (Sukiyaki Western Django). Miike is one of the world’s most prolific directors, making about 3 films every year for the past two decades and they are rarely in the same genre twice, although he does have a love stories involving the Yakuza (Japanese organised crime). This is one of the reasons that Ichi The... Read More

Noroi: The Curse

2005

It’s true that when it’s bad, it’s really bad, but there are a few gems out there that make it all worthwhile. The other day I managed to see what might be the most complex one yet, one that doesn’t sacrifice story for the sake of cheap shocks. This film, my friends, is Noroi the Curse, from director Kôji Shiraishi. Bearing more resemblance to something like Brian De Palma’s Redacted* than Paranormal Activity, the film is structured as a mockumentary by the fictional paranormal investigator/journalist Masafumi Kobayashi. He and his crew are called in to investigate after a woman complains... Read More

Annabelle: Creation

2017

"Annabelle: Creation" falls in accordance with the advanced awfulness wave. It's the fourth film in "The Conjuring" serie — and the second spinoff to focus on Annabelle, a freaky-looking doll that resembles the Victorian-period cousin of "Child's Play's" Chucky — and it has every one of the components of a contemporary frightfulness hit, including the frightening doll, the spooky (or spooked out) kids and the house that is too huge not to be alarming during the evening.  On the off chance that exclusive it were, you know, scarier. "Annabelle: Creation" has yells and hop alarms, yet never feels really frightening. Obviously a bad dream... Read More

LATEST HORROR MOVIES INTERVIEWS

Interview with the Director of The Sublet - John Ainslie

Director

Canadian Film Centre alumni John Ainslie is best known for the throwback horror comedy feature JACK BROOKS: MONSTER SLAYER. His screenplay was nominated for a Fangoria Chainsaw Award and the film won Best Midnight Film at the prestigious Sitges International Film Festival. Prior to writing, John worked as a Director of Photography and won the Borsos prize of Best Cinematographer at the Whistler Film Festival for his work on the feature SK8 LIFE. In 2016 John wrote and directed his first feature film – the award winning THE SUBLET. A psychological thriller Ain't... Read More

A Day in The Life of Timothy - Bizarre and Original Project

director, actor, producer

A group of people based in Istanbul with varying backgrounds that came together for the love of horror. The director is the creator of the series and the owner of the vision. The storyline is worked on as a group including the director, a psychologist (lead actor) and a digital anthropologist (producer). Everybody is acting. A Day in the life of Timothy is a series of short films focusing on a central disturbed character, his split personalities and his unique take on reality. Currently the series is only available on Youtube.

Jessica Cameron and Mania again

actress, director

Jessica Cameron was born and raised in Owen Sound, Ontario in Canada and moved to Toronto to study fashion at Ryerson University. After finishing her degree she moved to Ohio to work as a fashion designer and in her spare time she decided to try an acting class. The acting bug bit, and Jessica decided to make acting her full time career. In the last few years she has been cast in more then 70 projects including music videos, TV shows and feature films. In 2010 she won an industry award for being a Rising Movie Star. Some of her favorite recent performances include:... Read More

Jessica Cameron about her new film Mania

actress, director

Jessica Cameron was born and raised in Owen Sound, Ontario in Canada and moved to Toronto to study fashion at Ryerson University. After finishing her degree she moved to Ohio to work as a fashion designer and in her spare time she decided to try an acting class. The acting bug bit, and Jessica decided to make acting her full time career. In the last few years she has been cast in more then 70 projects including music videos, TV shows and feature films. In 2010 she won an industry award for being a Rising Movie Star. Some of her favorite recent performances include:... Read More

LATEST HORROR GAMES REVIEWS

Among the Sleep

Think what sets Among the Sleep apart from most games is its decision to place the player in the shoes of a child. Not only that, but the game never breaks away from the conceit. This is how Among the Sleep defines itself amongst the horror landscape. Written words are merely gibberish, everything is too big and too high, and the only constant in the child’s journey to save his mysteriously absent mother is a talking teddy bear. All of these aspects combine to create a sense of innocent terror; forget the fact that there is a shadowy figure prowling the environments you roam. There is a lot to love about the way Among the Sleep presents itself, but it is also a game that attempts to have a... Read More

The Evil Within

I end up rather clashed about The Evil Within, the most recent game from Resident Evil maker Shinji Mikami. This may well be on account of The Evil Within is from multiple points of view a clashed game all by itself. It is at the same time a reverence to and a separating from Mikami’s most basically acclaimed creation, the splendid Resident Evil 4.  It is goal-oriented yet likewise preservationist, actually radiant yet additionally frustratingly confined. It contains many incredible little minutes, yet winds up feeling like short of what the entirety of its parts. So it is maybe obvious that I was both excited and frustrated by it. This inquisitive mixture of respect and repudiation is clear inside the diversion’s initial... Read More

Evolve Alpha

Indeed this occasion has been unimaginably built up. I lost number of what number of messages I got from Evolve both paving the way to the occasion and amid the weekend. In any case notwithstanding all the buildup it unquestionably has not been plain-cruising for 2k games. The Ps4 occasion has just barely started, with issues evidently ascribed to the last Ps4 redesign. The PC rendition has had a few patches to attempt and enhance matchmaking and association drop outs. Numerous disappointed players took to twitter and the web to vent their dissatisfaction.  Maybe through all the buildup individuals have overlooked this is just an alpha. Be that as it may, regardless of myself succumbing to a few issues, I did figure out how... Read More

Zombie Army Trilogy

Zombies have been the perpetual whipping young men of the shooter sort for some time now, and it was certain that sooner or later they’d get squashed up with Nazis – second in the gun feed class table – to make a definitive blame free focuses to impact away at.  While Zombie Army Trilogy on the PC is a long way from the first to wheel out these undead fascists, it does endeavor to convey a novel twist to the fights against its undead army, by utilizing a significant number of the mechanics from the Sniper Elite recreations – including its scandalous murder cam. This discharge is really a re-mastering of two bits of PC selective substance, with the expansion of a just took the ribbon off new third battle section to round out... Read More

Alien: Isolation

In addition, of every last one of games I’ve played in the not so distant past, Alien: Isolation is most worth appreciating. The last item has ended up being just as fulfilling as the different demos I’ve played over the recent months; the diversion succeeds on various levels.  It’s a grand bit of fan administration, the most perfectly and splendidly acknowledged virtual adjustment of a motion picture universe ever dedicated to polygons, yet its dedication to the source material doesn’t take on at the cost of playability. It couldn’t have happened to a superior film. Outsider wasn’t just an original bit of sci-fi film, yet a point of interest work of frightfulness too. Inventive Assembly has drawn most intensely on that... Read More

The Evil Within 2

The Evil Within 2 may be more of a mixed bag than its predecessor. While it takes certain strong praises of the original and improves on them tenfold, such as the aforementioned art direction, Tango Gameworks’ return to the series sees not only a drastic change in pacing and narrative, but a complete shift in structure as well – something which is much to the detriment of this experience. While The Evil Within was a pretty mixed bag overall, it was a welcome return back to the time of second-era Resident Evil games. It may have been a shoddy revitalization of a genre that had been phased out in place of a plethora of even shoddier third-person action games, but its strong art direction and visual trickery showed true promise which ... Read More

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