Fear finds a victim in the trailer for Alejandro Amenabar’s Regression

The great Alejandro Amenabar, director of The Others, aims his sights at the genre yet again with both Emma Watson and Ethan Hawke leading the way. His new film, Regression, looks fantastically haunting, offering up its first trailer that delves into the occult. With its roots firmly planted in the Satanic hysteria that swept through the ’90s, Regression looks like a […]

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Guillermo del Toro’s gothic horror Crimson Peak gets a stunning new trailer

Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak is a rare breed of horror film coming our way later this year—rare in that it’s a big budget Hollywood picture dripping with classical gothic horror, and to much surprise has been given the R-rated treatment with an A-list cast backing it all up. So, in other words, the potential for […]

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Burying the Ex trailer brings Anton Yelchin’s girlfriend back from the dead

While most of us are still trying to wrap our heads around a Joe Dante-less Gremlins remake, the legendary director has a new film on the horizon—the undead comedy Burying the Ex, which looks (and sounds) a lot like last year’s indie hit Life After Beth. But where Life after Beth is about a second […]

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Fantastic Body teaser brings a night of terror to an empty mansion

The genre-friendly Slamdance Film Festival will kick off later this month in Park City, and with it comes some of the best indie horror gems the new year has to offer. One such film is Dan Berk and Robert Olsen’s Body, an isolated thriller about a three girls alone in a seemingly empty mansion. What […]

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Awesome re-cut trailer for John Carpenter’s Halloween

The trick is to stay alive. John Carpenter’s 1978 classic Halloween has been given a little bit of a modern day makeover as Adam Eyster has taken footage from the film and re-cut it into a trailer that shines a terrifying new light on one of horror’s most iconic slashers in Michael Myers. The trailer is fantastic, using […]

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Hell awaits the trailer for Asmodexia

A man and his granddaughter exorcise some demons. Although Asmodexia has been quietly stirring up the genre for the last few months, it appears to be picking up some steam now that IFC Midnight has finally slated it with a release date. Hailing from Spain, Asmodexia marks the feature film debut from Marc Carrete, who has spun […]

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