Still from the trailer for Moth

The first trailer for Moth contains a couple of ingredients that, while not essential, certainly are very helpful when it comes to cooking up a promising found footage flick. For one thing, it ties in a real (or easily relatable) urban legend, in this case the Mothman. Then it sends its characters into the woods where they spend some time investigating strange occurrences. Later, they run around in the dark, screaming while being chased by some unseen, yet presumably nightmarish, presence.

Friend Request trailer

The trailer for Friend Request, the new Facebook-based horror flick, is here and it seems checking social media is becoming very dangerous these days. If this trend continues, pretty soon it’s going to be safer to investigate a strange noise in the woods or disrespect a Native American burial ground. Whatever you do, just stay the heck away from your laptop or smartphone.   

Creepy doll baby from Over Your Dead Body trailer

Beds feature prominently in the trailer for Over Your Dead Body, the latest from Audition director Takashi Miike. It contains multiple shots of people doing the normal things people do in beds like sleeping, as well as less average things like waking up in mortal terror and bleeding from the head. There are also a few other, way less average, unspeakable things going on. The location is certainly appropriate given the film’s dreamlike atmosphere. Unfortunately for the characters, the nightmares don’t end when the alarm clock sounds.  

In the trailer for Freaks of Nature, the citizens of a small town react to an alien invasion pretty much as you would expect: they freak right out. The thing is, we're not talking about an ordinary citizenry. In addition to the human populace, this small town also happens to be home to vampires and zombies. When all three of those groups collectively lose it, well, that is a whole special kind of chaos.       

There’s a lesson in the new trailer for The Boy: If someone is willing to pay you to babysit a doll and you’re A-OK with exploiting the likely-mentally ill for a paycheck, at least do a good job. That means sticking to whatever rules that person gives you on keeping the doll happy, provided they’re not illegal or dangerous. In 99 out of 100 situations, you’re simply burning empty calories to appease your new, probably crazy, boss. However there is also a slight chance that something sinister may be afoot and those rules may actually be of grave importance.

Scene from the film "#Horror"

The typical worst case scenario for tweens who get a little too into social media games is that they spend too much of their parents’ money and have to miss opening night of the latest YA-adaption to hit theaters because they're grounded. For the tweens in the trailer for the new flick #Horror, the worst case is way, way worse. Gaming turns into cyber-bulling which spirals into a night of blood and violence.

Some of the stars of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

Movie fans rejoice! The new trailer Pride and Prejudice and Zombies has announced an end to one of our greatest hardships. No longer must we choose between watching a carnage-filled zombie romp and a period drama inspired by a classic novel. Welcome to a world where one movie is capable of scratching each of those itches.

Scene from the film "Gravy"

In the new trailer for Gravy, most of the typical Halloween traditions are bypassed in favor of a much grislier past time. Instead of carving up a pumpkin or marathoning their way through a few horror flicks, three of the film’s characters spend October 31 chopping up and devouring a few strangers. However, they are wearing costumes while they murder and cannibalize. At least some things are sacred.  

If you ever find yourself pining for the days when the horror genre was dominated by Asian-inspired flicks, you’re going to want to watch the new trailer for The Forest. It’s got everything you’ve been missing. Vengeful ghosts, a soundtrack full of spooky, throaty noises and a ghastly mystery which our attractive leads must unravel.

Night of Something Strange

In the trailer for Night of Something Strange, sex is once again the catalyst for some very bad things happening to a group of young or young-ish adults. However, while this past spring's It Follows put a mostly psychological spin on the proceedings, Night of Something Strange goes in the complete opposite direction. A direction which involves ample amounts of blood, rotting flesh and - of course - genital-based tentacles.