Monthly Archives: December 2017

No Outlast 2 DLC, but wait………

Developers of Video game franchise Outlast have this week upset fans by declaring that they will be releasing no DLC for popular Horror game Outlast 2, this comes as a surprise as when the game was originally released it was supposed to get a huge influx of DLC content. However before you get to disheartened about this news; almost immediately after declaring this the developers dropped a huge bombshell. If you haven’t already guessed it by the tone of this article Red Barrel announce Outlast 3, so don’t despair. Surely releasing a whole new game is going to better than some DLC for the older title, right? Sadly this is the only info we have right now and do not know when this may be released but if you are to impatient to wait for the release and need your fix go and get a Nintendo switch as it has also just been confirmed that Outlast One and Two will be making the leap to Nintendo’s new console.

The Lurker

Filming has begun on The Lurker, a feature-length slasher film starring genre standout Scout Taylor-Compton (Halloween, Halloween II, The Runaways). The supporting cast includes Naomi Grossman of “American Horror Story”, Ari Lehman, best known as the first Jason Voorhees in Friday the 13th, with Adam Huss (“Power)”, Domenica Cameron-Scorsese, Rikki Lee Travolta, and Michael Emery. The Lurker is written and produced by John Lerchen under his Forever Safe Productions banner and directed by first-timer Eric Liberacki. Other producers on the film include Wynona Ying Li, Nicolas Silva of Silva Shots, Jake Bloom and Michael Monachos. Production began on November 25th and continues through the end of December. The majority of principal photography takes place in Chicago and the surrounding areas and is being shot dual-cam with Arri Digital Cinema Cameras. The movie centers on a group of high school students finishing a production of Romeo and Juliet. As students and faculty begin to die, it’s a race against time to find the killer and escape with their lives.

Regoregitated Magazine Cover reveal and release

Unfortunately due to circumstances out of our control the release of our Magazine has now been pushed back to January 1st 2018. However the good news is we have a little more time to rock out some awesome new content for you guys and we have a huge early look cover reveal for you right here today! Our first issue will be a tribute to our good friend Miss Deborah Funes who we lost earlier this year to cancer. The magazine will sell for $2.50 PDF/ Flip only and $1 from each sale will go directly to the Susan G Komen foundation to help prevent others going through the same tragedy as The Funes family did. Pre sale will begin later today, lets make a difference.

Jurassic World 2 Trailer to drop today.

Not strictly Horror but this is for sure worth a mention here on our site. I was tuned in to Monday night Raw on the USA network on Monday night and during one of their many commercial breaks there was an interesting announcement made regarding a movie franchise that is very dear to my heart, that is right; they are releasing a new Jurassic World movie and I can’t wait to see what it is about. Well obviously Dinosaurs but you get the point. All we saw Monday was a teaser but the official trailer drops today; so look out for it!


Review- The Thirst

I was recently in the mood to watch a Vampire flick and I stumbled upon 2006 movie The thirst. The plot follows and ex junkie who is terminally ill and essentially discovers a way to live on, she becomes a vampire and part of a family of vampires but does not tell her boyfriend; although he soon finds out. This was an ok vampire movie but was very average. The story was pretty generic, it has been seen before and it just didn’t push enough boundaries for me. I felt as though the movie makers over used fake blood and the cinematography could have been a lot better; making this movie more of a success. The only real breath of light to this movie was Clare Kramer, her acting was solid and her role was believable. I love vampire folklore and I like vampire movies that stick to traditional vampire tales and this one did for the most part but honestly on a side note I do not believe that a vampire covering up with a blanket would protect them from sunlight and yes I did see some flesh exposed that didn’t fry.

We gave this movie 4 out of 10 Liked that it stuck to traditional vampire folklore for the most part but the producers over use of blood and inability to create a fully original story did not impress.



Review- Gerald’s Game

Another Netflix original I went in to this one honestly thinking that they were about to butcher another one of Stephen King’s masterpieces but I have to say I was pleasantly surprised. This was a perfect adaptation of one of Stephen King’s classic masterpieces.  This movie possesses the right mix of sexy and horror. The plot is flawless as the writer taps in on the scariest element of horror imaginable; the horror of humanity. Gerald and Jessie go for a “Romantic” getaway in a very remote location and when their sexual exploits go very wrong we get to witness Carla Gugino’s (Jessie) descent in to madness. Never before has a movie set in one room been so amazingly dark, the use of flashbacks are genius and quite frankly I have never seen a better psychological movie. There is a huge twist at the end that I would never have seen coming and I was that gripped by the compelling story that when it happened I was completely blindsided by it. Bruce Greenwood (Gerald) is exceptionally dark in this movie and plays the role perfectly; a total madman. The cameo from the dog is delightful and throughout the movie I found myself feeling Jessie’s pain and terror. This movie had me on the edge of my seat the whole way through; a top watch.

We gave this movie 10 out of 10 A great watch, very compelling. I was able to make a real connection with the main character Jessie as I joined her on her descent into madness. The filmmakers hit this one out of the park, possible Horror movie of the year.