A remake of the 1976 cult classic, The Town That Dreaded Sundown is set in Texarkana, AR, which was the site of grisly murders by The Phantom Killer, who may have returned 65 years later to start killing again.
The latest movie based on a Stephen King story finds Joan Allen uncovering evidence that her husband, Anthony LaPaglia, might be a notorious serial killer.
Usually playing some sort of sleazy and/or creepy criminal, Michael Eklund has appeared in movies like The Divide and The Call and TV shows like True Justice.
The third entry in the VHS series of found footage anthology horror finds the mysterious VHS tapes being uploaded to the Internet and 5 new segments from directors like Timecrimes’ Nacho Vigalondo.
A possible new Matrix trilogy, TMNT news, a bunch of sequels, the passing of a comedy legend and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Dominic Cooper plays a prosecutor who is involved in a hit and run but another man (Samuel L Jackson) is accused of the crime. Cooper drops the case but realizes that Jackson was trying to murder the victim and is then framed for a second murder by Jackson in the upcoming thriller, Reasonable Doubt.
“Suffice to say, to the people he hunted for us, he was known as the Glimmer Man. There’d be nothing but jungle, then a glimmer… Then you’d be dead!”
Nicolas Cage is an Alaskan detective on the hunt for a serial killer, played by John Cusack in the upcoming crime thriller, The Frozen Ground.
You may just know Elijah Wood as Frodo but if you saw Sin City, you know he can play an incredibly creepy serial killer and he’s in a similar role in the upcoming Maniac.
Halle Berry stars as a 911 operator whose decision to help a teenage girl gets her killed by a serial killer but she has another chance when the killer chooses a new victim who manages to call in.