Director Masafumi Yamada is bringing us a live-action movie of the popular horror anime Corpse Party. Corpse Party (2015) releases in Japan movie theaters on August 1, 2015. There may not be the same amount of bloodshed in the live-action adaptation, but they should stay pretty close to the source material. We also have the movie poster below that looks a little weird. Starring in Corpse Party is Rina Ikoma, Ryosuke Ikeoka and Nozomi Maeda.Tags for Corpse Party (2015) - Live Action Movie Trailer / Poster: horror, movie, trailer, 2015, corpse party, poster, Masafumi Yamada, Rina Ikoma, Ryosuke Ikeoka, Nozomi Maeda
We just posted the trailer for Rob Letterman's Goosebumps (2016) and we already have the new International trailer. If I have to call it, I feel that this International trailer is the better trailer out of the two. The first trailer spent too much time setting up the story, but this trailer adds a lot more actions scenes and humor. Goosebumps is a movie you have to see this October 16, 2015, with the whole…Tags for Goosebumps (2015) - International Trailer: action, adventure, comedy, movie, trailer, goosebumps, jack black, rob letterman, Halston Sage, Dylan Minnette, r.l. stine
Shinji Higuchi's Attack on Titan (2015) film is the live-action adaptation of the popular anime series. The previous trailer does not compare in the least to the scenes and level of detail shown in this trailer. The live-action Attack on Titan (2015) movie will release in movie theaters on August 1, 2015, in Japan. Haruma Miura, Kiko Mizuhara, Kanata Hongo star in Attack on Titan (2015), the live-action adaptation. Part 2 is set to release sometime after this…Tags for Attack on Titan (2015) - Full Action Packed Trailer: action, adventure, drama, movie, trailer, attack on titan, Shinji Higuchi, Haruma Miura, Kiko Mizuhara, Kanata Hongo
Syfy and Mike Mendez's Lavalantula (2015) has a short trailer released for their newest spider monster movie. I cannot say that I am a fan of these Syfy movies but this one does have cast members from Police Academy in leading roles. Out of curiosity, I might give Lavalantula a chance. Cast in Lavalantula (2015) is Steve Guttenberg, Nia Peeples, and Patrick Renna.Tags for Lavalantula (2015) - Trailer: horror, sci-fi, movie, trailer, 2015, Lavalantula, syfy, mike mendez, Steve Guttenberg, Nia Peeples, Patrick Renna
David Yarovesky's The Hive (2015) is a new movie that looks very impressive. The movie takes place on a campground where an aircraft crashed into the side of a mountain. Later the children at the campgrounds start to succumb to a mysterious virus that spews black slime from them. It looks gross, but at the same time, romantic and different. The Hive releases via Nerdist and is the directorial debut of Dave Yarovesky. Nerdist will release this…Tags for The Hive (2015) - Trailer: thriller, movie, trailer, 2015, the hive, David Yarovesky, Gabriel Basso, Kathryn Prescott, Jacob Zachar, Gabrielle Walsh, nerdist
Chad Archibald's Bite (2015) looks like a gruesome, gory movie. It looks good but at the same time a little too gross for me. The trailer is awesome, but I can just imagine the scenes in between that are too gross to me. We also have the movie poster with the tagline "This May Sting a Little". Bite (2015) stars Elma Begovic, Annette Wozniak and Jordan Gray.Tags for Bite (2015) - Trailer / Poster: horror, movie, trailer, poster, 2015, bite, Chad Archibald, Elma Begovic, Annette Wozniak, Jordan Gray
Alistair Legrand's new horror movie, The Diabolical (2015), finally has a trailer attached to the film. The trailer looks great, and there are scenes that are different from other similar films. Ali Larter stars as a single mother who must save her children from an evil entity that is terrorizing them. I know this scenario has been played out a million times over but there seems something a little different about this film. The Diabolical also stars Wilmer…Tags for The Diabolical (2015) - Trailer: horror, sci-fi, thrilller, movie, trailer, 2015, the diabolical, Alistair Legrand, Ali Larter, Wilmer Calderon, Kurt Carley, Merrin Dungey
Horror videos and movies have grown to become the longest-lasting movie genre in history. Horror videos are intended to elicit a feeling of dread, fear, or dismay. Expect the unexpected and count on an intense atmosphere that grows at a face pace. Horror videos often lull you into a sense of tranquility then suddenly create a menacing effect that jolts you out of your comfort zone. They can leave you with a vague ending, so you have the sense that the menace still remains, which is the perfect set up for a sequel. The two main subjects of horror videos are supernatural beings (vampires, phantoms, demons, etc.) or real situations and figures (serial killers, medical tragedies, etc.).
Scary Videos and Why We Love Them
The appeal of scary videos has grown over the years and with the new crop of films, such as Saw, The Strangers, Session 9, and Wes Craven's New Nightmare, the definition of horror has also evolved. These movies display more explicit gore, jump scenes, scares, and supernatural content than ever before.
But why do we love these scary videos? These movies allow us to confront our most primal fears, all in the comfort of our own home. Scary videos are terrifying, exciting, fascinating, and thrilling. The musical score adds tension, builds suspense, then releases it for a roller coaster ride our nerves love. Scary videos appeal to the basic human condition and to our attempts to overcome our fear. No matter why you love scary videos, one fact remains - we can't wait to watch the next one.