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Kyle Cerilli’s Short Horror Film ‘SlimeBuck: The Strange Tale of A Boy and His Monster’ Set to Premiere November 6th at Rhode Island College

Last Fall, a film crew descended upon the Cerilli household in Cranston, Rhode Island to make a short horror film. This film, SlimeBuck: The Strange Tale of a Boy and His Monster, is directed by local filmmaker Tom DeNucci from a script by our founder here at Morbidly Amusing, Dr. Morbid himself, Kyle Cerilli. Well, […]

Zombies, Vampires & Aliens Duke It Out in First Red-Band Trailer for ‘Freaks of Nature’

It’s been another disappointing Halloween season as far as new horror releases go, but a new red-band trailer has dropped for a horror-comedy that may appeal to some of us fanatics. Freaks of Nature is a horror-comedy flick that comes from a script written by Oren Uziel (22 Jump Street) that made The Black List (which […]

Supernatural Horror ‘The Forest’ Unleashes First Trailer

In Japan, at the base of Mt. Fuji, lies a forest. It’s called Aokigahara and every year people use its confines to end their lives; a ‘suicide forest’ if you will. This place serves as the setting for the supernatural horror film The Forest, which has now dropped its first trailer. A girl has gone missing […]

Now In Theaters: Eli Roth’s Long-Delayed Cannibal Horror Film ‘The Green Inferno’

This is a reprint of our TIFF 2013 Review for Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno, which was originally posted back on September 11th, 2013.  The Green Inferno hits theaters tomorrow, September 25th.   The Midnight Madness program at the Toronto International Film Festival is currently celebrating it’s 25th year in providing horror and shock cinema […]

‘Krampus’ Is Coming To Town in First Trailer for Holiday Horror Film

The long history of Christmas-themed horror films is about to welcome a new entry, and it hails from the genius mind behind classic horror anthology Trick ‘r Treat. Writer-director Michael Dougherty is back with Krampus, a film that centers on a dysfunctional family whose Christmas couldn’t be going any worse. When young Max decides to turn his back […]

Wes Craven: 1939-2015

On Sunday, the world lost one of the most iconic genre filmmakers of the last forty years. He burst onto the scene back in the 1970s with the controversial The Last House on the Left, created one of the most memorable horror villains of the 1980s in Freddy Krueger, and turned the genre he loved completely on […]

The Horror Film Goes Meta in First Trailer for ‘The Final Girls’

It burst onto the film scene back in March at South by Southwest and now its first trailer is here to slice its way through the masses. The Final Girls is a meta horror comedy from director Todd Strauss-Schulson (A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas) and writers M.A. Fortin & Joshua John Miller. It centers […]

Sundance-Winning Horror Flick ‘The Witch’ Brings the Dread in First Trailer

Back at Sundance it took audiences breath away, and now the first trailer is here just to make sure that when you lay down for bed tonight, there’s that lingering sense of unease that you just can’t shake. The Witch is a colonial-set indie horror film about a devout Christian family living in New England in […]

A ‘Friday The 13th’ TV Series Is Coming To The CW

Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the woods, everyone’s favorite machete-wielding maniac is back, only this time it’s on the small-screen. Mark Pedowitz, network president for The CW, has announced that a Friday The 13th television series is being developed at the network by writers Steve Mitchell and Craig Van Sickle, best […]

Freddy’s Back: New Line Cinema Is Rebooting ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’, Again

In news that will surprise absolutely no one, a movie studio is rebooting a franchise that made them money years ago in hopes that it will yet again make them some money. Now you may be wondering, what franchise could this possibly be? They’ve already rebooted just about everything! Well, it’s A Nightmare on Elm Street. Ya […]