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'All Cheerleaders Die' Poster Plays Teacher's Pet

Fri, 03/28/2014 - 14:01

You can’t kill their spirit…

Looking like a modern Craft, Image Entertainment will release the festival hit All Cheerleaders Die on VOD May 8 and theaters on June 13.

Directed by both Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson, you can read our review here.

When tragedy rocks Blackfoot High, rebellious outsider Mäddy Killian shocks the student body by joining the cheerleading squad. This decision drives a rift between Mäddy and her ex-girlfriend Leena Miller — a loner who claims to practice the dark arts. After a confrontation with the football team, Mäddy and her new cheerleader friends are sent on a supernatural roller coaster ride which leaves a path of destruction none of them may be able to escape.

Caitlin Stasey, Sianoa Smit-McPhee, and Tom Williamson all star.

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'Email' Sales Art Reaches Through Your Computer Screen

Fri, 03/28/2014 - 14:01

Editor’s Note: republished from February.

It was recently announced by THR that director Kelvin Tong (The Maid) has cast Nikki Reed (Twilight, Snap) in his upcoming horror thriller, Email which is due to shoot this May in Singapore.

In the vein of The Ring and The Grudge, we received this EFM sales art that appeared out in Berlin.

The film, “stars Reed as a young journalist who travels to Singapore to investigate the mysterious circumstances of her sister’s death and discovers a string of bizarre killings involving a cursed email. Along the way she meets Ted, an ex-pat technology reporter, and together they face the supernatural forces and unravel a mysterious conspiracy far bigger than they expected.

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Alternate Poster Gets 'Afflicted' New Look

Fri, 03/28/2014 - 14:00

On the heels of the trailer premiere, here’s an alternate poster for Clif Prowse and Derek Lee’s Afflicted (read our review), which looks like a cross between V/H/S and Chronicle.

The found-footage film will be in limited theaters as well as VOD (iTunes, Amazon, VUDU, Google Play, Cable On Demand, Playstation and XBOX) on April 4, 2014 via CBS Films.

In the pic, “This terrifying horror thriller follows two best friends who set out on the trip of a lifetime around the world. Their journey, documented every step of the way, soon takes a dark and unexpected turn after an encounter with a beautiful woman in Paris leaves one of them mysteriously afflicted.

Clif Prowse, Derek Lee, Edo Van Breemen, Zachary Gray and Baya Rehaz all star in the film.

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'Until Dawn' May Be Coming To Project Morpheus

Fri, 03/28/2014 - 13:31

The “definitely not cancelled” survival horror game from developer Supermassive Games is still very much in development and, according to a new rumor, the project is being turned into a title for Sony’s newly unveiled Project Morpheus VR headset. This means we likely won’t see it for awhile, since Morpheus is still a ways off. On the plus side, virtual reality is far more exciting and immersive than Move could ever hope to be, so if this proves true, it’s a smart move.

This potentially very exciting news comes from a report at Polygon, which claims an anonymous source broke the news.

For the unfamiliar, Until Dawn is a game inspired by the teen slasher subgenre of films. It follows a group of teens who decide to spend the night in a cabin on the anniversary of the death of one of their friends, but, this being a horror game, their solemn night of remembrance is interrupted by the arrival of a murderous psychopath.

Polygon had the chance to sit down with Shuhei Yoshida head honcho at Sony World Wide Studios at GDC earlier this month. When asked about the game’s status, Yoshida confirmed it hasn’t been cancelled and that, regarding its rumored move to Project Morpheus, that it “would be very interesting, because it’s a horror game, and the people are tweeting to me, ‘I want to play Outlast in Morpheus.’ I think that’s, in terms of genre, that’s a really good fit. If you really want to make serious games for Morpheus, the game design would be really, really different.”

So Until Dawn is still coming. We just need to be patient.

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Aussie Horror 'Throwback' Gets Festival Premiere

Fri, 03/28/2014 - 13:18

The new Australian horror feature Throwback will have its North American premiere at the upcoming Famous Monsters Film Festival in San Jose, California. The festival runs from 17th-18th May in conjunction with Big Wow ComicFest, one of the largest pop culture conventions in Northern California.

Throwback is about two modern-day treasure-hunters, a female park ranger and an embittered ex-cop who encounter a Yowie, a savage Bigfoot-like creature, in the jungles of northern Australia. An homage to pulp adventure thrillers and monster movies of yesteryear, Throwback stars Shawn Brack, Anthony Ring, Melanie Serafin and Vernon Wells (The Road Warrior, Commando).

Writer/director Travis Bain and actors Shawn Brack and Vernon Wells will make special appearances at the festival. Bain says he is “ecstatic” about Throwback‘s impending US debut.

Throwback has not yet secured a distributor but is expected to be acquired and released later in 2014.

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Biblical Throw Some BDSM And Cult-ish Activities In Their New Video

Fri, 03/28/2014 - 13:00

Toronto, ON rockers Biblical have released a video for “All Justice No Peace”, which comes from their latest album Monsoon Season. The video, directed by Eva Michon, shows a man being treated like royalty. He’s being bathed, he’s being groomed, he’s being wined… The whole nine yards. But through it all it’s obvious that he has no idea what the hell is going on and he’s actually looking rather fearful. Soon after, he’s strapped to a table where some cultists proceed to electrocute the sh*t out of him.

WELL! That’s one way to get to know your neighbors! Personally, I recommend a good old fashioned BBQ but I guess some people want to go a little edgier.

Michon comments, “The lyrical content of the song includes references to punishment, death by hanging, someone being brought to justice. I thought of ceremonial killing rituals and began to piece a storyline together which we could should in a simple way, in our current (or recent) era. Making it an amateur video lends itself to a creepy/snuffy tone but at the same time, we were able to keep some humor intact so that people knew we weren’t actually going to kill anyone.

Watch the video below.


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Chevelle's Pete Loeffler Shares His Top 5 Horror Movies (Exclusive)

Fri, 03/28/2014 - 12:00

Chicago, IL alt-rock band Chevelle are gearing up for the release of their new album La Gárgola, which comes out this Tuesday, April 1st. It is said that this album is “…largely inspired by horror film aesthetics (“The Walking Dead,” “Rosemary’s Baby,” “Friday The 13th”)“, which sounds pretty badass to me! It’s the band’s first release since 2011′s Hats Off To The Bull and you can actually stream it on iTunes Radio!

But what draws us here is that guitarist/vocalist Pete Loeffler wanted to share his love of horror with you, the Bloody-Disgusting audience! Below you’ll find Loeffler’s Top 5 Horror Movies, which features a few of classics and a couple of fan favorites! Check it out!

Make sure to pre-order La Gárgola on iTunes or Amazon.

1. Rosemary’s Baby
First off I really dig Roman Polanski’s style. It’s sorta dry and uneventful but full of creepy characters nonetheless. I saw part of this when I was a kid and wanted to revisit. I love how this movie builds and doesn’t give away too much as you wonder “what the hell?” Is she going crazy or is there really something sinister going on, similar to how I feel a great song can be with a great reveal or release at the end.

2. Rammbock
I love zombie flicks and have been into “The Walking Dead” lately so I looked around for a few flicks I haven’t seen and found this little gem. It did not disappoint. Set in Berlin, Germany and with subtitles, these are some really pissed off zombies. The old lady with clouded eyes is the best. That old bat gave me some inspiration for a new song called “The Damned.”

3. The Thing (1982)
Set in the Antarctic with a shape shifting alien taking over and killing dogs and people. This movie is like one long nightmare for me. Damn is it rip roaring gory! Kurt Russell with a blow torch melting shit doesn’t suck either. This is such a dark themed movie that definitely had its effects on me while writing “La Gargola” our current album.

4. Friday the 13th
IFC was having a marathon and I just got pulled into watching 4 in a row one night. Funny but these were terrifying when I was a kid. Such a simple concept that’s so effective. Kids at camp having sex and being stalked then taken out one gory way after another. Perfectly horrifying entertainment. This album has that sorta up and down, roller coaster, edge of your seat feel that I’ve grown to love. I’ve heard watching horror movies described as riding a roller coaster, which my dark twisted side can easily identify with.

5. The Cell
This is a killer psychological thriller that at times gets shockingly twisted. Just the art direction and unique style alone make this movie worth giving a look. When “The Cell” was made it was a really transitional time for special effects and I found myself watching a lot of scenes that I didn’t even know were possible. As for the main character psycho killer ”Vincent D’Onofrio”, talk about “residual self image.” I actually wear that outfit to bed sometimes, horns and all!

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[TV] The People of "Salem": John Alden (Featurette)

Fri, 03/28/2014 - 11:48

In this new “Salem” featurette, learn about hardened war veteran John Alden, Mary’s onetime love interest who returns to his native Salem to find it consumed in a witch hunt frenzy.

On an expansive set reflecting volatile 17th century Massachusetts, “Salem”, premiering on WGNA April 20, explores what really fueled the town’s infamous witch trials and dares to uncover the dark, supernatural truth behind them.

“Salem” stars Janet Montgomery (“Human Target,” “Made in Jersey”) as the ruthless but vulnerable Mary Sibley, Salem’s most powerful enchantress – and Alden’s onetime love interest; Shane West (“Nikita,” “ER”) as handsome, hardened war veteran John Alden; Seth Gabel (“Fringe”) as local aristocrat Cotton Mather who fans the flames of Salem’s witch hunt; Ashley Madekwe (“Revenge”) as Mary’s mysterious, carnal accomplice; Xander Berkeley (“Nikita,” “The Mentalist”) as chief politician Magistrate Hale; Tamzin Merchant (“Jane Eyre”) as the forthright Anne Hale, an artist with a perilous attraction to Alden; and Elise Eberle (“The Astronaut Farmer”) as the mysteriously afflicted Mercy Lewis.

In “Salem,” witches are real, but they are not who or what they seem. The show, which centers on an epic romance wrapped around this explosive revelation, delivers a bold new vision of Salem – and an even bolder new vision of witches.

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Vinnie Jones and Danny Trejo Fear the 'Reaper'

Fri, 03/28/2014 - 11:42

Highland Film Group has set Philip Shih to direct Reaper, a new indie production penned by Frederick Cipoletti.

Midnight Meat Train‘s Vinnie Jones, pictured above, and Machete‘s Danny Trejo, below, star in the film, now in post.

When a young and attractive hitchhiker stumbles into a mysterious town with a dangerous serial killer on the loose, she is forced to team up with a group of intimidating drifters and criminals (Danny Trejo, Vinnie Jones) in order to survive and defeat the “Reaper”.

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Here's Another Great Episode Of "Cooking Hostile With Phil Anselmo"

Fri, 03/28/2014 - 11:00

I’m enjoying the absolute hell out of the online animated series Cooking Hostile With Phil Anselmo, which is basically what Metalocalypse would be if it were a cooking show. This new episode “features” Maynard from Tool, Jens from Meshuggah, and more, as well as the title character. Several times I found myself laughing out loud because of how ridiculous yet spot on some of the scenes were!

Check it out below!


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SpaceLab9 Reveal Artistic Yet Gruesome 'The Walking Dead Vol. 1' Vinyl Picture Disc

Fri, 03/28/2014 - 10:00

SpaceLab9 has posted a picture via their Twitter that shows off the upcoming vinyl picture disc for their The Walking Dead Vol. 1 release, which can be pre-ordered on April 1st. The picture disc features a horribly disfigured painted zombie on each side.

You can see the image below.


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Horror Comes 'Less Than a Whisper'

Fri, 03/28/2014 - 09:38

Here’s a new look at Francis Xavier’s Less Than a Whisper, which features Sonia Monroy.

Robert and Taylor Usher expect to be happy in their new home in Northridge, California, where years ago murder and mutilations destroyed the former residents. It doesn’t matter to the Ushers until those who caused the deaths come back… those that live in the earth, those that need, those that are not human. The Ushers’ new house stands between them and what they must have. THEY’RE COMING.

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Another "Shamless" Star Moves Into 'Amityville' House

Fri, 03/28/2014 - 09:07

Bloody exclusively broke the news here that Maniac and P2‘s Franck Khalfoun would be directing the new Amityville Horror, while also sharing in a fresh story here that Jennifer Jason Leigh will star.

Our friends at TheWrap shared yet another fresh nugget of casting revealing that “Shameless” and Jamie Marks Is Dead star Cameron Monaghan is nearing a deal to join Bella Thorne in the new Amityville horror movie for Dimension Films

I’m told that Leigh will be playing Joan, a single mother raising three kids all on her own. The family move into the infamous “Amityville” house, only to learn that it has a very dark history.

The found-footage angle has been dropped from the film, to be distributed January 2, 2015 by TWC-Dimension.

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Preview Kyle Newmaster's 'Something Wicked' Soundtrack (Exclusive)

Fri, 03/28/2014 - 09:00

Bloody-Disgusting has teamed up with Lakeshore Records to bring you an exclusive first listen to Kyle Newmaster‘s score for Something Wicked, Brittany Murphy’s final movie. The 11:30 minute video below features 30-seconds from each track on the upcoming album, which can be pre-ordered via iTunes.

Newmaster states, “I also had a blast scoring the tense more traditional horror moments in the film. I really enjoy writing tense, dark, orchestral music and combining it with other sounds and elements. For these scenes I did quite a bit of recording with live orchestral musicians in which we recorded a variety of textural and aleatoric sounds.

The hauntingly seductive thriller about obsession and young love gone wrong stars Shantel VanSanten (Gang Related, One Tree Hill, Final Destination), John Robinson (upcoming Peter Bogdanovich movie, “Big Sur, Lords of Dogtown), Julian Morris (Once Upon a Time, Pretty Little Liars, Valkyrie), James Patrick Stuart (Supernatural, Hot in Cleveland) and Brittany Murphy (8 Mile, Uptown Girls, Clueless).

Head to the film’s official website to see dates, locations, and showtimes for the limited release.

Newcastle added, “One example of a cue that I really enjoyed writing in this style is ‘Serious Breakdown’. It’s a cue that starts very haunting and tense and then builds up to a moment where the audience might sense something terrible is going to happen, but it makes a very quick transition from horror to sadness as an element about one of the characters is revealed. I really enjoy scoring scenes that require that kind of musical complexity and depth.


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Anathema Title New Album: Premiere Artwork And Set Release Date

Fri, 03/28/2014 - 08:37

UK alt-rock band Anathema have announced that their next album will titled Distant Satellites and will be released June 6th via Kscope. The album was produced by Christer-André Cederberg as well as a few select tracks produced by Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree, Opeth). The album is the follow up to 2012′s fantastic Weather Systems.

The band stated, “‘Distant Satellites’ is the culmination of everything Anathema [has] been working up to so far in our musical path. It contains almost every conceivable element of the heartbeat of Anathema music that it is possible to have.

The artwork, which you can see below, was created by Korean new media artist Sang Jun Too and based around his Distant Light Installation.


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'BioShock Infinite: Burial At Sea' Episode 2 Review: A Song Bird's Swan Song

Thu, 03/27/2014 - 22:35

Written by Jason Nawara, @JasonNawara

The end of Irrational is upon us. The studio behind the BioShock series has been substantially down-sized by headmaster Ken Levine. With Burial at Sea episode two — the third and final piece of Bioshock: Infinite DLC — serving as a brilliant swan song for a studio that has given us countless memories.

Reviews are always subjective as all hell, and this one will obviously be no different. I’ll try my best to keep this review as spoiler-free as possible, while at the same time addressing the ambiguous plot of Infinite and how the expansion’s first episode got us to this point in.

You know how some people love Donnie Darko and others absolutely hate it? Those are the kind of emotions Burial at Sea Episode 2 will evoke. That’s the best way I can put it without giving you spoilers, sorry. Just be prepared for the fact that the worlds you know will be turned upside down and the jangling loose ends of Bioshock: Infinite will fall and fill in the plot holes that bothered so many (especially me). In Burial at Sea, you step into the shoes of Elizabeth moments after the events in episode one.

What follows is 4-6 hours of pure bliss. In a change of pace in the gameplay for the Bioshock series, and particularly Infinite, stealth is now a focus. Elizabeth is far more fragile than Booker in a fight, so the “run in guns blazing” approach no longer works.

Instead, she must use her wits and and tactics to survive. Sneak past splicers, knock them out or use your cross bow if you don’t want to get into an all-out gunfight. It’s all very Thief-y, and it works extraordinarily well. Carpet muffles your footsteps, broken glass, of which there is a lot, creates quite the racket when ran upon. Take it slow, play smart, and you’ll be lead on a fantastic tale that actually gives us some brilliant lore for us diehards to devour along with the pure fan service that was the first episode.

This was played on a fairly high-end PC, with most settings on very high to ultra, so with that in mind — the game looked stunning. The unreal engine has never looked so clean and so detailed. The shadows created by the neon lights in the sunken utopia of Rapture look gorgeous reflecting on the water puddled on the floor. Every room you enter in this expansion is created with great care. This is quality DLC.

Sometimes you question what you’re paying for, but the sheer attention to detail justifies its expense. It sounded superlative as well. While I balked at the initial $15 price per episode of Burial at Sea, the amount of effort put into this release on every level is blatant. The voice acting is phenomenal, with Troy Baker and Courtnee Draper putting on the most impressive voice acting performances since Mass Effect. By the end of the episode, you’ll be on the edge of your seat, completely lost in the final loop we’ll ever see from the mind of Ken Levine.

My one issue with this DLC is that one – we know the Bioshock universes are ad infinitum, so what we are seeing here is nothing more than one thread out of many. Is the Rapture we see in Burial at Sea the same one we explored in the original Bioshock? Probably not. The most important question is: does it matter? This is not a macguffin and while some may claim deus ex machina, I have to disagree.

The ending of Burial at Sea will be debated for years. It’s our asking of Ken Levine, “Would you kindly wrap this up, give us a kiss on the cheek, a pat on the butt, then smash us over the head with a sledgehammer, please? Ken Levine, you are my favorite man-crush since David Lynch.

The revelation provides to us new eyes with which to look upon the Bioshock series. If this is the end, or middle, beginning, it doesn’t matter. There will always be a lighthouse, a man and a city. Take comfort in that.

Everything is changed now, and the only thing you’ll want to do after Episode 2 concludes is start up the whole series again (minus Bioshock 2). That’s all you could ever ask out of a piece of DLC, or a piece of art – it’s so good it makes you appreciate the whole of the catalogue that much more.

The Final Word: I like this episode more than the first, and even more than Bioshock: Infinite. It’s some of the best DLC I’ve ever played and cements the Bioshock series as a high watermark in videogame history. So many games are superfluous sequels made quick and dirty (BioShock 2), but the canon releases in this series are something to behold. A man in nearly-complete control of his vision in a market that rarely allows any kind of freedom. Bravo, Irrational Games. You went out on top.

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Johnny Depp's 'Transcendence' A Tech-Zombie Thriller?

Thu, 03/27/2014 - 22:22

The term “zombie” can mean quite a few things, but ultimately it doesn’t always have to apply to horror.

Our friends at Badass Digest caught some footage of Warner Bros.’ Transcendence at the ongoing CinemaCon today, where they learned that it’s basically a techno-zombie thriller. What does that mean exactly? Well, Johnny Depp plays a reincarnated man who goes on a power trip building an army of resurrected individuals. While they aren’t rotting, they are “zombies”.

After being shot, Depp’s character has his brainwaves uploaded into the supercomputer. “Soon after waking up in his new computer body, Depp starts demanding access to more power and more information,” says the site who also adds that we’ll “see him operating on – and reviving – a dead man. But more than reviving him, the dead man is amplified, and a voice over tells us Depp is building an army. An army of zombies? That’s certainly how it seemed…”

While this does sound intriguing, I guess we’ll have to wait until April 17 to get the answer.

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New 'The Purge: Anarchy' Trailer Looks Cray!

Thu, 03/27/2014 - 20:03

Universal has released a second trailer for The Purge: Anarchy, now opening in theaters July 18, 2014.

Frank Grillo, Michael K. Williams, Carmen Ejogo, Zach Gilford, Kiele Sanchez, and Keith Stanfield star in the sequel that will finally take to the streets. Take a look at the crazy footage below and get ready for a battle with the new founding fathers this summer!

Returning alongside writer/director/producer James DeMonaco to produce the next chapter of the thriller are Blumhouse Productions’ Jason Blum (Paranormal Activity and Insidious), alongside Sébastien K. Lemercier (Assault on Precinct 13, Four Lovers) and Platinum Dunes partners Michael Bay (Pain & Gain, Transformers), Brad Fuller (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Amityville Horror, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th) and Andrew Form (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Friday the 13th, The Amityville Horror, A Nightmare on Elm Street).

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New 'The Raid 2' Clip Destroys A Restaurant

Thu, 03/27/2014 - 18:32

Imagine eating in this restaurant when this fight breaks out? Holy. Shit.

Another clip has been released from Gareth Evans’ The Raid 2, opening in limited theaters this Friday before expanding weeks after.

Check out Ryan Daley’s review and see just how badly you want to check this out.

Picking up right where the first film ends The Raid 2 follows Rama as he goes undercover and infiltrates the ranks of a ruthless Jakarta crime syndicate in order to protect his family and uncover the corruption in his own police force.

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Royal Blood Announces A Few US Dates

Thu, 03/27/2014 - 17:00

UK duo Royal Blood, which is made up of 23 year-old vocalist/bassist Mike Kerr and 25 year-old drummer Ben Thatcher, will be playing a few dates in the US this May and will the be returning in August to perform at Lollapalooza. The band is touring to support their EP Out Of The Black and they are hard at work on their debut full length, which will be released later this year.

I only just heard of these guys and I’m really into their sound. Keeping it to just bass and drums but using a full on in-your-face rock attitude, they have me hooked. Check out their music video for “Out Of The Black” below.

Tour dates:
5/12 – Glasslands – Brooklyn, NY
5/13 – Mercury Lounge – New York, NY
5/15 – The Roxy – Los Angeles, CA
8/2 – Lollapalooza – Chicago, IL


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