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New Poster for The Walking Dead Reveals Season 5 Tagline “Hunt or be Hunted”

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We’re less than six weeks from the return of The Walking Dead and AMC has shared a brand new poster that reveals this season’s tagline: “Hunt or be Hunted”.

The Walking Dead Season 5 will premiere in the Us on October 12th, at 9:00pm Et/Pt. Similar to past seasons, there are a total of sixteen episodes that will be split into two parts. While specific air dates have not been announced for the second set of eight episodes, AMC has confirmed that the season will resume in February, 2015.

Talking Dead will also make its return on October 12th and our international readers will be happy to know that Fox International Channels is planning to air The Walking Dead Season 5 in over 125 markets within 24 hours of the Us broadcast.

“Based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image Comics, “The Walking Dead” tells »

- Jonathan James

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Alone in the Dark: Illumination Teaser Trailer Released

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Fighting the Forces of Darkness runs in the family. Referred to as the Hunter, the grandson of Edward Carnby (protagonist of Atari’s Alone in the Dark video game series that began in 1992) will take on underworld creatures like Hell Hounds and Reapers that have taken over a small American town in Alone in the Dark: Illumination. The game’s first teaser trailer shows a hulking horror lurking in The Darkness.

Due out this fall from Atari, Alone in the Dark: Illumination features four heroes: the Hunter, the Witch, the Priest, and the Engineer, all of whom can team up to fight The Darkness at the same time with the cooperative multiplayer mode. As with the previous installments in the franchise, Alone in the Dark: Illumination is inspired by the works of H. P. Lovecraft and the creatures included in the reboot—Shapes, Goblins, Demons, Ghouls, Hell »

- Derek Anderson

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September 2nd Blu-ray & DVD Releases Dracula (1979), Cabin Fever: Patient Zero, Universal Classic Monsters Collection

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September gets off to a fantastic start if you’re a genre fan, as Universal Home Entertainment is unloading a Ton of Universal Monsters-related titles on Blu-ray and DVD, including Universal Classic Monsters: The Complete 30-Film Collection and Dracula (1979) starring Frank Langella as the titular bloodsucker.

Also being released by Universal this week are a handful of horror and sci-fi themed 4-Movie Packs, an 8 Film Collection of Hammer horror titles and several other modern horror classics in high definition, including The People Under the Stairs and Firestarter. The third Cabin Fever film, Patient Zero, is also finally arriving on DVD & Blu-ray as well.

Spotlight Titles:

Cabin Fever: Patient Zero (Rlj Entertainment, Blu-ray & DVD)

A group of friends planned the perfect vacation in the Caribbean, but when they head ashore to explore a remote island, their ultimate bachelor weekend devolves into their worst nightmare. After an ill-fated swim in contaminated water, »

- Heather Wixson

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Teaser Trailer for Resident Evil Revelations 2

22 hours ago

Confirming recent rumors, Capcom officially announced Resident Evil Revelations 2 and released a trailer that teases what’s ahead:

“This concept teaser trailer portrays the essence of Resident Evil Revelations 2. Hidden secrets beckon to be discovered by anyone with eyes and wits sharp enough to find them.”

Capcom let us know that they’re targeting an early 2015 release on PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC. Keep an out out for more details on this and Resident Evil Remastered in the coming months.

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- Jonathan James

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New Trailer for Resident Evil Remastered

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Originally released on PlayStation in 1996 before being remade for Nintendo’s GameCube in 2002, Resident Evil ushered in a new standard for survival horror gaming. Capcom is celebrating the game’s legacy with a remaster of the 2002 remake for current and next-gen platforms and they’ve released a new trailer that shows off the game’s graphical updates.

Capcom’s remastered version of Resident Evil will be available digitally for the PC, PS3, PS4, XBox 360, and XBox One beginning in early 2015 in North America and Europe. Main characters Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine, along with the zombies and other creatures they encounter within the mansion, will be a far cry from their blocky depictions in the 2002 version, as Capcom has given the game a 1080p look for next-gen consoles. Also featured is a new scrolling camera that flexibly focuses on moving characters.

“Using the latest resolution enhancement and 3D model technology, »

- Jonathan James

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Review: As Above/So Below

1 September 2014 10:31 AM, PDT

Claustrophobic and creepy, director John Erick Dowdle gives As Above/So Below a fighting chance amongst genre clichés and forced frights. Using the rudimentary “found footage” style, Dowdle transports a cast of young explorers into the catacombs underneath the streets of Paris. The unsettling location creates some wonderful atmosphere, but the narrative foregoes exploration of some provoking historical elements introduced early on and is overly predictable.

Scarlett (Perdita Weeks) is a single-minded researcher bent on finishing her deceased father’s life work of finding an ancient historical artifact. This leads her initially into a dangerous cavern in Iran that almost kills her. Following the clues from Iran, she is lead to Paris and into the forbidden section of the catacombs below the city. Looking for a secret doorway, Scarlett and her crew are trapped in the mazelike tomb leading them into the supernatural and face to face with their innermost fear. »

- Monte Yazzie

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Mick Garris Launches Website Featuring Video Interviews with John Carpenter, Roger Corman & More

1 September 2014 10:23 AM, PDT

Stephen King fans are well-aware of writer/director Mick Garris for his movie and TV adaptations of the master of macabre’s novels and screenplays, but in addition to his filmmaking, Mick is widely known for his insightful interviews of the horror genre’s eclectic collection of creative minds. These educational and entertaining conversations are being preserved for viewing on Mick’s new website.

Aptly titled “Mick Garris Interviews”, the website serves as an online horror database. Visitors can watch video interviews conducted by Mick for FEARnet’s Post Mortem webseries and The Z Channel’s Fantasy Film Festival. Also featured are Mick’s commentary tracks from his Trailers from Hell segments and an assortment of bonus content in a section called the “The Vault”, including a behind-the-scenes video from the set of Gremlins.

Portions of interviews with John Carpenter and Roger Corman are among videos currently available to view, »

- Derek Anderson

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Release Details & Cover Art for October Dreams II, Featuring Stories by Ray Bradbury, Dean Koontz, Robert Bloch & More

1 September 2014 9:40 AM, PDT

As another autumn approaches, horror hounds look forward to the chill of pumpkin guts on their hands, the crunch of leaves under their shoes, and, for some, pulling their copy of October Dreams: A Celebration of Halloween off the bookshelf for another round of seasonal reading. Published in 2000, Cemetery Dance’s collection of Halloween stories, reflections, and essays now has a sequel on the way.

Featuring an abundance of short pieces by a wide range of authors, October Dreams II: A Celebration of Halloween doesn’t yet have an official release date, but it is expected to come out soon in a hardcover edition from Cemetery Dance. The tome of terror includes stories by Ray Bradbury, Dean Koontz, Robert Bloch, and many more. We have the official release details and cover art below. To learn more or pre-order a copy, visit:

http://www.cemeterydance.com/page/Cdp/Prod/chizmar18

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- Derek Anderson

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