Some images have been released by AMC ahead of Sunday’s upcoming finale for The Walking Dead. The set contains two images: one of Sasha and one of Abraham – both wielding guns. This gives life to the action packed finale we all we’re promised and,
It has been revealed that the folks over at Scream Factory are set to unleash the gut-wrenching horror flick Bite this May 6, 2016. Directed by Chad Archibald, Bite had a sensational premiere at the 2015 Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal, where it won
Stuart stood up. He felt light-headed. He wondered how long he’d been out. The bathroom came into focus around him. Someone was gagging behind one of the stall doors. Memories of an attack rushed into his mind, but he felt no pain. Maybe it was
Synopsis: A crime writer prepares to take on his newest case by moving into the house of a family murder and child abduction. When he discovers a box of video reels in his attic, he begins to realize that there’s something far more… Sinister… at
The character that terrified us all back with The Conjuring has got an upcoming sequel dedicated to her sinister porcelain face. Annabelle 2 has been announced to be released May 2017 following her previous encounter from 2014. With the first installment being a big hitter, pulling in $84
The wait is almost over guys. The finale for The Walking Dead will hit our screens this Sunday and we couldn’t be more excited. We have long awaited the introduction to one of the comic’s most notorious characters – Negan, and of course who can forget
Horror author Nathan Robinson lives in Scunthorpe with his darling five-year-old twin boys and his patient wife/editor. He’s had numerous short stories published by spinetinglers.co.uk, Rainstorm Press, Knight Watch Press, Pseudopod, The Horror Zine, Static Movement, Splatterpunk Zine and many more. He writes best in the dead of night or travelling at 77mph.
AMC have given their new IP Preacher a release date and it looks to be on the horizon already. Preacher, is based on the comic book series by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon. The series followed a down and out preacher who is, one day, possessed