Where Horror is Born: HorrOrigins is (a)LIVE

Let’s just cut to the chase, one of the best parts about Spooky Season is the horror festivals where genre filmmakers get the chance to have their films SHINE. One of the best festivals around is HorrOrigins, and they are live! Now! (10/16/2020 thru 10/18) Their blocks are made up of a few shorts followed … Read more

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Crowdfunding Corner: Into the Black Abyss: Deathstream

I saw the proof of concept video for this film and was immediately blown away. As someone who goes nuts over Found Footage films I truly appreciate ones that set themselves apart from the others. Into the Black Abyss: Deathstream looks to be a trippy home-invasion film that gives meaning to the camera–and the protagonist … Read more

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Interview With The Author: David Sodergren

Recently HorrorFacts had the amazing opportunity to sit down with horror author David Sodergren, and his fantastic pug Boris. Join us as we discuss his oeuvre, his inspirations and his upcoming works. Quick path down memory lane first. I first became familiar with his work when I got back into reading. I purchased The Forgotten … Read more

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Neve Campbell is Back for SCREAM 5!!!!!

YEAH YOU READ THAT RIGHT. NEVE CAMPBELL. SCREAM 5. Since David Arquette and Courtney Cox announced they were coming back for Scream 5 it has been a waiting game on whether or not one of the greatest final girls in history would come back or not. The rest of the cast is just as great … Read more

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No Gary Sinise? Stephen King’s THE STAND Coming This Winter

Yeah, you read the title right. NO GARY SINISE. How dare they? Stephen King’s dark fantasy novel The Stand will be receiving another adaptation this year set for streaming on CBS All Access. Of course it’s streaming on a one-off streaming service because why wouldn’t it. Right? Anyways here’s the trailer: The Stand is described … Read more

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[Trailer] Darren Lynn Bousman Gets Wild With His Genre Bending DEATH OF ME

If there has ever been a genre filmmaker who will go down in history as one of the greatest, it’s DLB. Saw II and Saw III really solidified him as a genre creator, but it was during Repo! The Genetic Opera where he really broke the mold. His creations are wild and extreme and have … Read more

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[Trailer] NO ESCAPE Offers Little Refuge

Did you know that escape rooms are scary? The thought of being locked in a room for an hour as a “group bonding supersize” with 5 co-workers you barley even know is chilling–let alone when the game designer wants to kill you. Will Wernick blasted into the genre with the critically divisive Escape Room (which … Read more

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[Trailer] Craig Sheffer Goes All 1408 in a Lighthouse in WIDOW’S POINT

Craig Sheffer may not be a household name, but there is no doubt he is a genre star. He’s graced the screens of horror gems through the years like Teen Wolf (the series), Clive Barker’s Nightbreed, Jonas Pate’s criminally underrated The Grave, and even Hellraiser: Inferno. Though his new venture into the genre takes him … Read more

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[Trailer] Better Get The Mop, Kevin Smith’s KILLROY WAS HERE Is Gonna Be Bloody

Kevin Smith’s divisive oeuvre has spanned over a quarter of a century, and crossed through multiple genres. His earlier films have mainly been dramedies while his later films have been mainly horror (sans the Jay and Silent Bob reboot). He broke his genre mold with the political/religious satire Red State, which is a visceral no … Read more

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[Trailer] There’s Actually A Million and One Ways to Die in the West: THE PALE DOOR

There was one thing Seth MacFarlane’s “comedy” A Million Ways to Die in the West didn’t take into account, and that’s witches. After a train robbery goes bad, two brothers leading a gang of cowboys must survive the night in a ghost town inhabited by a coven of witches. IMDb Horror Westerns are a fun … Read more

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