On the heels of its jarring teaser from April, the full trailer for The Gallows — about a cursed high-school play — offers a lotta night vision and shaky-cam, a haunted VCR (?), a slowed-down version of “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” and a spirited prayer that found-footage horror still has one last breath in it. »
It’s Memorial Day weekend in the US, a time when many folks head out into nature to camp — and enjoy scary stories around a campfire. What story is even creepier when it’s told out in the woods, far from electric lights and civilization?
Here’s a twist on the zombie genre we haven’t seen before. In the horror comedy flick Cooties, only those who haven’t been hit by puberty can be infected by the zombie virus, forcing the teachers of this school to take a stand against their once-adorable students. Prep your cootie shot and watch the first trailer here. »
The self-proclaimed “fucked-up fairy tale” Nina Forever has been making the festival rounds with fairly good reviews. And now the first trailer is out, showing off just what makes this film so very, very odd. It’s hard to put to words, really. »
However these new clips reveal CG scares, and a lot more modern day intensity in the new Sam Rockwell starring version. »
Glee meets American Horror Story meets our DVR, because there is no way in hell we’re missing this schlock fest of tropey horror gags. The first trailer for Scream Queens is out, and it is ridiculous. Good.
If the phrase “Arnold Schwarzenegger Zombie Movie” calls to mind action-movie insanity, with catchphrases and machine guns and exploding corpses, Maggie — a quietly dark study of grief, terminal illness, and the bond between parent and child — is not the Arnold Schwarzenegger Zombie Movie you’re looking for. »
One day, while on his computer, Luke is contacted by a mysterious figure who calls himself “Keith” and offers to help him. On a whim, Luke agrees, not realizing that he’s surrendering control of his digital life to someone who knows everything about him. »
Jack Black plays a cantankerous version of real-life horror author R.L. Stine, who lives in a world where his successful Goosebumps books aren’t just a scary YA series, but also a way in which the writer battles actual monsters. How is this going to work, exactly? We asked producer Neal H. Moritz and director Rob… »
In Scottish folklore, a kelpie is a shape-shifting water spirit that may take the form of horse in order to drown anyone foolish enough to try to ride them. This comic by cartoonist Emma Weakley imagines a particularly tragic encounter between two young boys and one of those horse-shaped monsters. »
Oren Peli had a mega-hit with Paranormal Activity in 2007. His follow-up, Area 51, finished shooting in 2010, was overhauled in 2011, and is finally seeing the light of day next month. So was the wait worth it? The trailer is here to help us decide ... if we can stand one more found-footage horror flick. »
Danish director Lars von Trier is often referred to as “polarizing,” but if there’s one thing the man behind works like The Kingdom, Dogville, Antichrist (pictured), and Nymphomanic knows, it’s how to freak the hell out of an audience. So why not focus on a serial killer next? »