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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 […]

‘Annabelle’ Gets New Full-Length Trailer

The folks over at Warner Brothers have just dropped the latest trailer for Annabelle, the horror film centered around the titular doll that creeped out audience’s everywhere in last Summer’s The Conjuring. We’re getting close to being only a month away from its release and the marketing folks are clearly kicking the campaign into high gear. Will Annabelle be […]

‘Supernatural’ Receives A Spin-Off Series ‘Bloodlines’, Full Cast Is Revealed

  The CW’s successful Vampire Diaries spin-off The Originals has apparently caused them to make a spin-off of their most popular show, Supernatural.  The new spinoff series is entitled Supernatural: Bloodlines.  Ditching Sam and Dean, the show follows the various Mafia-llke monster families that, unknowingly to humans, “run” the underbelly of Chicago. They are being […]

Full-Length Trailer For Showtime’s ‘Penny Dreadful’ Unveiled

Sure, us horror fans may have shows like The Walking Dead, Supernatural and American Horror Story to watch on regular TV.  But as far as premium channels such as HBO and Showtime go, there are very few choices when it comes to unedited horror programming, especially with the conclusion of Dexter and the last season […]

‘Tales From The Darkside’ Resurrected As A Reboot On The CW

A huge part of my childhood, especially on influencing my love of the horror genre, came from Sci-Fi Channel’s afternoon block of programming that included: Alfred Hitchcock Presents, The Twilight Zone, The Night Gallery and Tales From the Darkside. I loved my anthology shows and they were a fantastic entry way into the great world of all things horror. […]