Wicked poster for female-driven slasher Some Kind of Hate


Director Adam Egypt Mortimer saw his feature film debut World Premiere at this year’s Stanley Film Festival, and now that it’s gearing up for another screening at July’s Fantasia Fest, we have an all-new poster for the film that teases its female monster, Moira. Continue Reading ›

Let the full trailer for Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno consume you!


With the newly announced release date of September 25th, Eli Roth’s long-delayed The Green Inferno has unleashed an all-new full trailer, and it’s one that promises Roth’s most terrifying film. While the hype surrounding this film is certainly strong—thanks to the lengthy delay—I think we’re in for Roth’s best film to date. Continue Reading ›

David Gordon Green still hopeful about the Suspiria remake


Nearly two years ago, the last time we talked about David Gordon Green’s long in the works remake of Dario Argento’s horror classic Suspiria, things were looking quite grim for the project. Saying, “I don’t know if it’ll ever happen,” Green made it sound as if his re-imagining was as dead as ever. While I know many horror fans were probably glad that this one never came to light, I can’t help but be curious at the notion of Green taking on the horror genre, especially with a film like Suspiria. Continue Reading ›

Short Round: Darkness comes for Dawn


The wonderful Rose McGowan is certainly no stranger to the horror genre, making turns in films like Scream, Planet Terror and Jawbreaker, so it should come as no surprise that her first directorial effort—the short film Dawn—is dark and plenty disturbing. The acclaimed short made some noise during its festival run, and now it’s online for all to witness. Continue Reading ›

Review: The Midnight Swim, don’t go into the lake


Sarah Adina Smith’s feature film debut The Midnight Swim is a unique little story, one that’s rooted in mystery and tension, straddling the line of horror and fantasy. It’s a movie that creates its own path, not belonging to any one genre as it attempts to tell a tale that reaches far beyond this life or the next. After Dr. Amelia Brooks disappears during a deep-water dive in Spirit Lake, her three daughters travel home to settle her affairs. They find themselves unable to let go of their mother and become drawn into the mysteries of the lake. Continue Reading ›

The totally rad, blood splattered trailer for Turbo Kid kicks ass!


Directors François Simard, Anouk Whissell and Yoann-Karl Whissell—the mad minds behind Canadian collective RKSS—are ready to unleash their festival favorite onto the world with Turbo Kid, a retro-apocalyptic thriller set in 1997 dripping with ’80s nostalgia, BMX mayhem and blood splattered thrills. Their film swept through the festival circuit, winning the Midnighters Audience Award at Sundance back in January, and now it’s here with a new trailer and a release date. Continue Reading ›

What you need to know about the new Halloween


When it comes to horror franchises as big as Halloween, they’re usually subject to a swirling shit storm of rumors and false information, making it hard to sift through what’s real and what isn’t. And that’s a big part of why you don’t see a lot of news on high profile horror movies like Halloween on Rhino’s Horror, because you simply can’t trust anything you read and I’d rather not report false information (like some of the big sites out there). Continue Reading ›

Fear finds a victim in the trailer for Alejandro Amenabar’s Regression

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Photo: Jan Thijs 2014

The great Alejandro Amenabar, director of The Others, aims his sights at the genre yet again with both Emma Watson and Ethan Hawke leading the way. His new film, Regression, looks fantastically haunting, offering up its first trailer that delves into the occult. With its roots firmly planted in the Satanic hysteria that swept through the ’90s, Regression looks like a chilling chapter in Amenabar’s wonderful filmography. Continue Reading ›

Bound to Vengeance trailer, escape is just the beginning


The age old revenge tale gets a bloody twist in José Manuel Cravioto’s Bound to Vengeance,  a story about a young girl, chained in the basement of a sexual predator, who escapes and turns the tables on her captor. Just ahead of its release in a couple of weeks is the film’s first trailer, delving into the sick and twisted world of Cravioto’s thriller. Continue Reading ›

Review: Insidious Chapter 3, lost in the further


Leigh Whannell makes his feature film debut (surprising it has taken this long) with the third chapter of Insidious, a franchise he himself helped create alongside James Wan. With the fantastically creepy world of the further at his fingertips, Whannell takes the newest chapter into prequel territory, revealing how gifted psychic Elise Rainier gets back into the supernatural business when a teenage girl caught in the grasp of a dark entity asks for her help. Continue Reading ›