The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016) is releasing in movie theaters and VOD this December 201, 2016, via IFC Midnight and directed by Andre Ovredal. This trailer, in particular, is a brief scene taken from the film that should sum up the mood and dreadful tone of the film. After watching this movie trailer, I felt cheated and disappointed that we did not gett o see more. Guess that is the elements of a good…Tags for The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016) - Trailer: horror, movie, trailer, 2016, The Autopsy of Jane Doe, IFC Midnight, Andre Ovredal, Emile Hirsch, Brian Cox, Ophelia Lovibond
Morten Tyldum's Passengers (2016) set the internet on fire with over 8.6 million views so far. This film is not plagued with the many slow scenes that these types of flicks have. Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt wake up 90 years too early than everyone else on the spaceship and end up falling in love somehow. The last moments of the trailer leave us with Pratt saying that he knows why they woke up early…Tags for Passengers (2016) - Trailer: adventure, drama, romance, movie, trailer, 2016, passengers, Morten Tyldum, Jennifer Lawrence, Chris Pratt, Michael Sheen
Don't Kill It (2016) is directed by Mike Mendez and seems like it is the better Dolph Lundgren horror film. Dolph Lundgren even attempts an American cowboy accent. Don't Kill It will premiere this weekend at Fantastic Fest 2016. This trailer is pretty funny with Lundgren shooting a priest and telling everyone it is okay; it was a rubber bullet. Also starring are Kristina Klebe and Billy Slaughter.Tags for Don't Kill It (2016) - Trailer: fantasy, horror, movie, trailer, 2016, Don't Kill It, mike mendez, Dolph Lundgren, Kristina Klebe, Billy Slaughter, fantastic fest 2016
With the theatrical release coming this October 7, 2016, here is the trailer for director David Hartman's Phantasm: Ravager (2016). Don Coscarelli and Hartman co-write the script. With this film being the fifth and final Phantasm film, there is a lot of expectations on how they will conclude the franchise. After watching this trailer, I just do not feel there is enough "meat" in this trailer to warrant my enthusiasm just yet. Reggie Bannister, A.…Tags for Phantasm: Ravager (2016) - Trailer: fantasy, horror, movie, trailer, 2016, Phantasm: Ravager, David Hartman, Don Coscarelli, well go usa, Reggie Bannister, A. Michael Baldwin, Kathy Lester
Bryan Bertino's The Monster (2016) creature feature looks pretty good, but I wish he had toned down the flashing images in this movie trailer. That being said, this film looks good, and the creature is continuously lurking in the shadows just out of a good lighting source. A mother and daughter are traveling to the father's house when they get stranded on the deserted road. They are then haunted by "The Monster." Zoe Kazan, Scott…Tags for The Monster (2016) - Trailer: horror, movie, trailer, 2016, the monster, Bryan Bertino, Zoe Kazan, Scott Speedman, Ella Ballentine, creature
Hamid Torabpour's Zombies (2016) screams with some very exciting action sequences. This trailer was action packed from beginning to end featuring Tony Todd. Winter State Entertainment will release Zombies in movie theaters on October 21, 2016. Zombies also star Raina Hein and Steven Luke. This film is also presented by Cameron Romero.Tags for Zombies (2016) - Trailer: action, horror, movie, trailer, 2016, Hamid Torabpour, zombies, Winter State Entertainment, Tony Todd, Raina Hein, Steven Luke, Cameron Romero
The Eyes of My Mother (2016) is an indie horror film by Nicolas Pesce. This film looks completely twisted and demented. If you are into that kind of thing, check out the trailer and share your thoughts. The Eyes of My Mother releases in limited movie theaters and on VOD this December 2, 2016. Diana Agostini, Olivia Bond, and Will Brill star in The Eyes of My Mother.Tags for The Eyes of My Mother (2016) - Trailer: drama, horror, movie, trailer, 2016, The Eyes of My Mother, Nicolas Pesce, Diana Agostini, Olivia Bond, Will Brill
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Scary Videos and Why We Love Them
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