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‘The Cured’ Art Reflects On That Time This Guy Was a Zombie

by Brad Snyder
Ellen Page (Hard Candy, Flatliners) stars in the post-Zombie-era drama The Cured, which IFC Films acquired out of the Toronto International Film Festival. Now, they’ll release it in limited theaters and on VOD platforms February 23, 2018. Here’s a brand new piece of art that switches up a really cool moment in the film by having the “cured” reflect on his time as a zombie… Our very own Joe Lipsett was at the premiere and wrote, “The Cured is social drama with horror undertones”: “The Cured may not be the killer new zombie film that horror enthusiasts are thirsting for, but it clearly still has its [...]

Another “Walking Dead” Season 8B Teaser Previews the Final Fight

by Brad Snyder
Another day, another new teaser for the back half of “The Walking Dead” Season 8, which premieres with an extended episode later this month. Our heroes prepare to take the fight to Negan and his Saviors in this latest promo, which again promises the end of the all-out war that began with Negan bashing in the heads of Glenn and Abraham. Whoever wins, well, it’s safe to assume many will fall… “The Walking Dead” returns to AMC on Sunday, February 25. [embedded content] “All out war has had a devastating impact on every person involved. The communities themselves are fractured. Alexandria [...]

Jeep Wrangler’s Super Bowl Commercial Reunites Jeff Goldblum and T-Rex!

by Brad Snyder
Life continues to find a way. One of the standout highlights of this year’s Super Bowl was the new trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, which will see Jeff Goldblum reprising the iconic role of Dr. Ian Malcolm. Goldblum of course played Malcolm in both Jurassic Park and The Lost World, and goddamn is it gonna be nice to see the character back on screen. Ahead of Fallen Kingdom, Jeep’s Super Bowl commercial for the 2018 Wrangler puts Goldblum up close and personal with a T-Rex, and it may be the best spot of the night! See Ian Malcolm in [...]

Skip the Super Bowl: Sports Movies for Genre Fans

by Brad Snyder
This Sunday, February 4th, people everywhere will be gathered around their television sets, likely in large groups, watching hordes of beastly men duke it out on the gridiron. They will, of course, be watching the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots square off for the NFL supremacy in Super Bowl LII. Super Bowl Sunday, as it’s often referred, is a big deal for people all across the world, even those that aren’t football fans. Many even consider it to be a holiday and why wouldn’t they? All the holiday staples are present during Super Sunday — friends, family and food. What [...]

‘Ichi The Killer’ 4K Hits Toronto As Part of KinoVortex Film Series!

by Brad Snyder
After having a Premiere in the city back in 2001, Ichi The Killer returns to Toronto in 4K format this weekend for the start of a new monthly film screening!  Get ready to feel the bite of KinoVortex from Colin Geddes.  The Shudder curator returns to his Midnight Madness roots for a season of films at TIFF Bell Lightbox.  Following Ichi (Feb 3rd 9PM) will be Mon Mon Mon Monsters (March 10, 10PM) and The Great Silence – Restored Digital Presentation (Saturday April 14, 9PM). Wrap your eyeballs around the trailer for the series and RSVP here. Saturday, February 3 [...]

Name That Haunted House Movie!

by Brad Snyder
Hey! WINCHESTER opens today and the screenplay was written by my very own brother so make sure you go see it! In the meantime, below are images from twenty haunted house flicks. How many can you identify?

[Editorial] Let’s Talk About Managing Expectations…

by Brad Snyder
Over the last few days, you may have heard about a film called Hereditary (our review). Ari Aster‘s debut film has been heralded as one of the scariest movies ever made and a sure thing for the best horror film of 2018 (and it’s onlyFebruary). Six months before its release, the film already has a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes (based off of 16 reviews) and an average score of 8.8/10, which is pretty impressive.You may be overjoyed with the prospect of a new, original and terrifying horror film being released in the middle of summer. However, you may be dreading the [...]

Living Among Us

by Brad Snyder
An exceptionally graceful command of the found-footage genre. ...

Jughead: The Hunger #3

by Brad Snyder

The werewolf population in Riverdale continues to grow.

Name That Trauma:: Scott P. on Multiple Monsters in an Old House

by Brad Snyder
Scott P: Not my trauma, but one of my favorite musicians ( Ginger Wildheart ) was asking about this on Twitter, & I suggested he come here to see if any of the experts can crack it. In case he didn’t see that Tweet, I thought I’d send the details he mentioned : Trying to remember a movie where there are monsters inside of an old house. Some are tall, some are hunched deformed things. It was made in the last decade. The action kicks off in the kitchen, and culminates in a tall creature chasing a woman down the [...]