A member of ancient, evil race that possesses seemingly unlimited magical powers, The Djinn seeks to force the person that frees it to make three wishes, which will allow the Djinn to enter the mortal realm and conquer Earth.
Desperate for money to keep his martial arts gym afloat, a former soldier and martial artist French takes a side job working for LA mob boss Tommy, intimidating and beating down people who owe him money.
A murderer’s (literally) row horror icons come together for next year’s Death House, where two special agents are touring a high tech and highly secretive prison when the power goes out and the deadly inmates being housed within are freed.
A group of friends head to a giant traveling horror attraction called Hell Fest but become the target of an actual killer hiding in plan sight.
Channel Zero’s Amy Forsyth finds herself in almost the exact same situation that she was in No-End House as she and a group of friends head to an extreme horror theme park but find themselves the target of a real masked killer hiding among the scare actors.
Being billed as The Expendables of horror, icons like Kane Hodder, Tony Todd, Michael Berryman, Bill Moseley and more are all featured in Death House, where a power outage at the titular prison allows the inmates, who are the absolute worst of the worst, to run amuck.
The battle between the streaming sites heats up, Marvel reveals the new Hulk, a Mega Man movie may be on the way and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe pay respects to the late Wes Craven, Nicolas Cage vs ghosts, the insane true lives of Frank Sinatra and Burt of Burt’s Bees, prison Dean Cain, the battle of the streaming sites and much more.
If you dare to say his name 5 times, you’ll most likely get a meat hook in the back from Candyman.