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Goodnight Mommy most scary movie The Most Scary Horror Movies of the 2015

The horror genre was doing great this year. Whether we saw genre filmmakers flip convention on its bloody head or screened modern-day thrillers with a classic horror vibe, there were enough freaky flicks to haunt everyone’s best of list. Here are the 10 scariest movies of 2015. 10. UNFRIENDED This SXSW festival hit about a group of teens who spend way too much time online was a welcome surprise. True, its synopsis is laughable: A group chat’s members are offed by a supernatural cyber intruder (aka Internet ghost). But thanks to some pretty imaginative kills, courtesy of Nelson Greave’s script, and the authentic split-... Read More

Horror star Irwin Keyes dies aged 63 Horror star Irwin Keyes dies aged 63

Irwin Keyes has died at the age of 63. The Hollywood actor - who was best known for his work in 'House Of 1000 Corpses' and 'Intolerable Cruelty' passed away on Wednesday (07.08.15) in Playa del Rey, California, after suffering complications from acromegaly, a rare gland disorder. The star's niece, Rene Galarza, announced the sad news on her Facebook page. She posted: "It's with deep sympathy that I'm writing this post. Early this morning my family was informed that our beloved uncle, brother, teammate and friend, Irwin Keyes, has had his last curtain call. "He is now an angel for us all and will be watching down.... Read More

Halloween Returns . The sequel directed by Marcus Dunstan Halloween Returns. The sequel directed by Marcus Dunstan

The new sequel to the movie, 'Halloween,' has begun production and the movie entitled 'Halloween Returns,' is set to hit the screens soon. Dimension Films and Trancas International Films have announced that the production for the sequel will begin in July. The movie, which will be the 11th film in the Michael Myers franchise, is going to be directed by Marcus Dunstan, with the script co-written by Patrick Melton. According to a report on Variety, the team worked on the fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh 'Saw' movies. The movie is being produced by Malek Akkad with Matthew Stein as executive producer. "Michael... Read More

Jennifer Connelly Young 20 Famous Actresses Who Got Their Start In Horror Movies

Eva Mendes Movie: Children Of The Corn V: Fields Of Terror (1998) If you were female, and named Eva Mendes, which would you prefer folks acknowledge as your first real big-screen introduction: going topless in Training Day, or pledging allegiance to that bratty little Satanist Ezekiel in the perfunctory horror sequel Children Of The Corn V: Fields Of Terror? You’d choose the first, of course, because that one at least starred Denzel Washington and won him his long overdue Best Actor Academy Award. As for the straight-to-DVD Corn flick, it’s the kind of shitty, low-grade dud that bores people who come across it on cable,... Read More

Watch HORROR MOVIES for FREE on Youtube Now You can Watch HORROR MOVIES for FREE on Youtube

YouTube has introduced a new free movies service after successfully striking a deal with US-based Studios like Lionsgate, MGM and Sony Pictures as well as Blinkbox in the UK.  A catalog of full length 400 movies that include both Hollywood and Bollywood flicks is available at http://www.youtube.com/movies. Full length movies were already available on YouTube but only for select regions. Now, it's been made available to the entire world. From a number of Jackie Chan movies, to classic horror movies like Night of the Living Dead, loads of movies can be watched on-demand for free. Donagh O'Malley, YouTube head of... Read More

Alan Rickman Alan Rickman will star on The Limehouse Golem

After 10 years in Harry Potter films facing all manner of fantastic beasts, Alan Rickman will once again deploy his signature brand of contempt on a magical creature. This one has it coming, though. According to Deadline, the actor has joined Olivia Cooke (Bates Motel) and Douglas Booth (Jupiter Ascending) in an adaptation of Peter Ackroyd’s best-selling novel Dan Leno And The Limehouse Golem. The film, which will be called The Limehouse Golem, is set in 1880s London, where a series of murders has shaken the community to the point where people believe the crimes are the work of a golem, a mystical creature... Read More

Unfriended, the movie. Scared to be online? Unfriended, the movie. Scared to be online?

Not since "The Blair Witch Project" in 1999 has a horror film taken such a creative approach to conjure scares as "Unfriended." It's a cautionary tale of a group of friends who become the target of an unseen cyber-entity starving for revenge. What makes this film so different is that it's shot looking at a computer screen. The actors interact through Skype, with backstory elements handled through online searches. Even the soundtrack is created using the tunes stored on one of the computers. The approach — much as the "found footage" construction of "The Blair Witch Project" — is jarring at the start. The main image of the... Read More

The Conjuring best movie THE BEST horror movie of the decade is...

WILMINGTON, N.C. A movie filmed in North Carolina has been named the scariest horror movie of the 2010s decade so far, according to entertainment blog MatchMojo.com. “The Conjuring” took the No. 1 spot on the recent list. It came out in 2013 and was filmed in Wilmington. The movie grossed $41,855,326 on the opening weekend in the U.S. It’s about two paranormal investigators who work to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in their farmhouse. It stars Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson and was directed by James Wan. The full top 10 list of the best horror movies from the past five years is as follows: 1. “The... Read More

Burying the Ex Joe Dante's new indie horror comedy: Burying the Ex

Cult hit director Joe Dante is likely best known for his work on films like Gremlins and The Howling, but he’s still cranking out quirky horror gems — and it sounds like we all might get a chance to see his latest effort. Dante recently completed work on the indie horror comedy Burying the Ex, which debuted at the Venice Film Festival. It stars an excellent cast of up-and-comers including Anton Yelchin (Fright Night), Ashley Greene (The Twilight Saga) and Alexandra Daddario (True Detective) The best part? Image Entertainment has snagged the U.S. rights, with plans to release the film in theaters and VOD in the summer of 2015... Read More

It Follows - movie It Follows - The return of Bravura Horror

On the evening of Aug. 8, 1993, Showtime aired Body Bags, a 90-minute pilot for what the network hoped would become a long-running horror anthology series in the style of HBO’s Tales from the Crypt. (Needless to say, it did not.) The first instalment, “The Gas Station,” is directed by John Carpenter, and it is a short, perfect film, not a frame out of place across its swift 23 minutes. Its premise is simple: a young college student, arriving at a small-town Illinois gas station for her first shift as its overnight attendant, finds herself beleaguered by a local mental asylum’s murderous escapee, thought to be lurking, of course... Read More

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