The producers behind Paranormal Activity, Insidious and The Iceman have joined forces to create Fear Paris – an ambitious new film that explores the dark underbelly of the city of lights.
Let’s be quite, quite honest. Paranormal Activity’s long outstayed it’s welcome. The first film, released in 2007, was a refreshing, if not familiar take on found-footage horror flick, which received a notable 83% on Rotten Tomatoes and took in over $200 mil at the box office. In comparison, the three
Referred to by The Daily Telegraph as “the best British chiller since The Descent” and by Hey U Guys as “one of the best horror movies of the year,” In Fear is an upcoming psychological thriller about a couple en route to a music festival who experience a horrifying night
Is there anything scarier then five bloggers talking about scary movies and nugget covered candy apples? Of course there isn’t. Welcome to The BastardCast Halloween Outhouse of Horrors episode! On the show we’ve got Brad McHargue from Dread Central, Chris Cummins from Topless Robot/Geekadelphia/HibernationSickness.com, Matthew Jackson from Blastr, and
I’ll be the first to admit that when a new horror game comes around, I’m the first to gawk at the new trailer and immediate criticize it for not being scary. Normally, I don’t enjoy actually terrifying video games, despite my immense respect for the better examples of them. Most
THE END IS NIGH! Of Gobbledyween 2013, that is. And possibly of the world, if Big Haagen has its way in The Stuff. That’s right, the final film of this year’s horror movie marathon is none other than 1985’s The Stuff, about a sentient yogurt-like substance that wants to turn you into
The penultimate week of Gobbledyween has arrived, and while that is indeed cause for national (nay, international) mourning, don’t worry: to make the most of it, Paul and AJ have two movies for you this week. Well, okay, they’re really kind of the same movie, but don’t look a gift
Throughout the years, many directors have blessed us horror movie fans with brilliant films. In the spirit of Halloween, this week I will be showcasing a few of the most iconic directors who have and continue to leave their mark in horror cinema history. Continuing on with my look at
Many, even most of us have done it…snuck to watch a scary movie when we were kids. Granted, some of us didn’t have to sneak, and for some the experience was enough to make them swear off horror films for the rest of their life. But then there are others,
It’s almost Halloween time, folks, and in the spirit of the season, we at Screen Invasion are taking a look back at what movie messed us up the worst during our precocious years. This writer has seen many horror flicks despite her distaste for them. Weird, right? The most traumatizing
Continuing Screen Invasion’s Halloween spirit, we take a look at the Horror Icon, A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET Director Wes Craven.
Gobbledyween week three is here, and I hope you’ve got an empty stomach, because we’re about to load you up on barbecue, sausages, and yes, head cheese. Paul and AJ take a look back at Tobe Hooper’s 1974 endurance test The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. As usual, they have a