Trailers

Adolph Caesar: The Voice from Hell

As much as I love a good horror movie, especially a gory one with no socially-redeeming-value whatsoever, I may love a good horror trailer even more. At their best, these brief previews can allow us to enjoy all the most exciting parts of a movie without having to sit though all the extraneous plot and

[Bite-sized Horror]

Trailer for Travel Channel’s True Terror with Robert Englund

Wow, this one really went under the radar. There’s no trailer on YouTube, there’s not even an IMDb page up for the TV show. I only heard about it because Robert Englund himself promoted it on Twitter, and it comes out next month! Doesn’t look like the network is putting much effort into marketing it.

[Creator Corner]

The Haunted Mansion — Fan Film Trailer

Greetings friends, my name is N.R. Van Slambrouck and I, as much as anybody, want to see the long, oft-rumored Guillermo del Toro Haunted Mansion film. But I think there are several financial reasons why it may not ever happen. In my dismay at thinking the only Haunted Mansion-related film we would ever be privy

A Lifelong Goosebumps Fan’s Thoughts on the Goosebumps Movie Trailer

There are a small handful of things I credit for instilling a love of horror in me as a child, including the Nightmare on Elm Street movies and HBO’s Tales from the Crypt TV series. But there’s nothing more influential on my lifelong love of horror than R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps books, which I voraciously consumed

Dino Fright : Let’s Take A Closer Look At The Jurassic World Trailer

When Jurassic Park was released in the summer of 1993 I was seventeen years old and going through what I like to call my “All movies SUCK” teenage phase. My youthful obsession with cinema had faded and even my love for horror had temporarily been put to one side as I embraced the role of

Harbinger Down Promises to Make Up for CGI-Filled ‘The Thing’ Prequel

Though Kickstarter is often seen as a place for independent artists to go in order to get funding for their films, it’s also a great place for established filmmakers to seek financing for projects that the studios they often work with just aren’t interested in backing. Such is the case with Harbinger Down, a project

Deliver Us from Evil: The Horror Film We Should All Be Looking Forward To

No stranger to the horror scene, Scott Derrickson made his first contribution to the genre in 1999 when he co-wrote Urban Legends: Final Cut, the first of two sequels to the 1998 film. After co-writing and directing Hellraiser: Inferno in 2000, Derrickson truly made a name for himself with 2005’s The Exorcism of Emily Rose,