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Eminem Previews His Official Rap Track for ‘Venom’ That We Didn’t Realize Was Coming

by We Love Horror
Knock knock, let the devil in. It’s always fun when movies get their own official tie-in tracks, and over on Twitter tonight, Eminem has previewed a song he’s put together for this October’s Venom movie! Preview below and expect the full track soon. Venom arrives in theaters on October 5, 2018. .@VenomMovie pic.twitter.com/TBPdhaf2WR — Marshall Mathers (@Eminem) August 30, 2018

Discover The Truth Behind an Abandoned Cult Compound in ‘Sagebrush’

by We Love Horror
Ever wondered what it’d be like to explore an abandoned cult compound? Well, in Redact Games’ upcoming first person adventure game, Sagebrush you can. The question is, has the compound really been abandoned? Releasing on September 18th on Steam for $6.99USD, you can also find the game on Itch.io. Using a throwback low-poly aesthetic reminiscent of 90s survival horror games like Alone in the Dark (and of course, Resident Evil), Sagebrush puts you in the seemingly deserted Perfect Heaven compound where the Perfect Heaven cult mass suicide occurred. You’ll explore the compound the members left behind, narrated by a young [...]

Bloody Good Apocalyptic Fun to be Had in ‘Infected Shelter’ Trailer

by We Love Horror
In the mood for some gory post-apocalyptic fun in the vein of GARAGE: Bad Trip (well, more of it)? The two-person team of Dark Blue Games has something for you in their recently-announced game, Infected Shelter, which is due out later this year on Steam, with later releases for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and the Nintendo Switch. Infected Shelter is a randomly-generated action RPG brawler that takes place in a post-apocalyptic future, where you awake one day to find your shelter has been raided, and your people have been kidnapped. It’s up to you to venture into the wasteland and [...]

[Review] ‘Dead Envy’ is a Low Stakes Thriller Best Suited for Lifetime

by We Love Horror
David Tangier (Harley Di Nardo) is in his late 30’s and at risk of becoming a washed out musician. His band still performs regularly at small clubs and bars but they’ve yet to gain any really steam in recent years and are struggling to make a new album. While this would be difficult for any artist to handle it’s especially difficult for David because he had a brief brush with success early in his career. So not only is David trying to make it in the extra competitive music scene, but he’s trying to make a comeback. To help pay [...]

[Video] Latest ‘The Predator’ TV Spot Unleashes the Predator Hounds!

by We Love Horror
Some more new footage is featured in the latest TV spot for Shane Black’s The Predator, including our first look at the film’s Predator Hounds. Back in 2010, Predators introduced dog-like creatures into the film franchise, but the hounds in Black’s film look to be very different. In The Predator, which has been rated R… “From the outer reaches of space to the small-town streets of suburbia, the hunt comes home in Shane Black’s explosive reinvention of the Predator series. Now, the universe’s most lethal hunters are stronger, smarter and deadlier than ever before, having genetically upgraded themselves with DNA from other [...]

The ‘Resident Evil’ Franchise Ranked: Part One

by We Love Horror
Resident Evil is among the most important video game franchises around, especially in how it pushed horror games into the limelight. Since 1996, there have been highs, lows, and complete misfires along the way, and after a dark time for the survival horror giant, it’s started to reclaim some of its majesty in recent years. The question is, where do those highs and lows rank in the Resident Evil pantheon? We’ve taken every Resident Evil title, spin-offs and all, and ranked them. Of course, you may feel differently where their order is concerned. In this first part (because there’s a [...]

The Official Novelization for This Year’s ‘Halloween’ Slashes Onto Bookshelves in October

by We Love Horror
In the immediate wake of David Gordon Green’s Halloween bringing Michael Myers back to the big screen on October 19, the film’s official novelization will be released on October 23. In the novelization, penned by John Passarella… “In 1978, Laurie Strode survived an encounter with Michael Myers, a masked figure who killed her friends and terrorized the town of Haddonfield, Illinois on Halloween night. Myers was later gunned down, apprehended and committed to Smith’s Grove State Hospital. For forty years, memories of that nightmarish ordeal have haunted Laurie and now Myers is back once again on Halloween, having escaped a routine [...]

[Based on the Hit Film] The Many Video Game Incarnations of ‘The Evil Dead’

by We Love Horror
The Evil Dead franchise has always been ripe to make the jump to video games. Thankfully, it has done just that on numerous occasions (with varying results). With news that Bruce is involved in another video game adaptation, it seems only fair to look back at some of the various games that have used “the ultimate experience in gruelling terror” as an excuse to wield a digital chainsaw and boomstick. The Evil Dead – Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum (1981) Color me surprised when I found out this existed (and I’m not the only one). Produced by UK-based Palace Software, the [...]

Dylan McDermott Making Surprise Return to “American Horror Story”?

by We Love Horror
Dylan McDermott looks to be returning to “American Horror Story” in the next season, “Apocalypse”, which ends the world and stars anew on September 12th. McDermott, who played Ben Harmon in the first installment of American Horror Story, “Murder House”, has been spotted on the set of “Apocalypse” this week. Earlier this year, McDermott had noted on Twitter that he’d be returning to “AHS” in the near future, so this would seem to be confirmation that he’s coming back this year. McDermott’s “Murder House” character was the husband of Vivien Harmon (Connie Britton) and father of Violet Harmon (Taissa Farmiga). The newest [...]

Mysterious James Gunn Horror Film for Sony Still Set for Release This November

by We Love Horror
He may have been let go by Disney/Marvel but it looks like Sony is sticking by James Gunn with the upcoming release of an untitled mystery horror project from their Screen Gems division. Confirmed by Screen Rant today (we double confirmed), the film is currently dated for release on November 30. At this time we can’t be sure exactly what this project is, but it would seem to be the film Gunn was planning on announcing at San Diego Comic Con back in July. Gunn had tweeted the tease of a mystery project on July 17 (below), but the subsequent [...]