Pod (2015) - 'Into the Basement' Clip

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Mickey Keating's Pod (2015) horror movie is definitely growing on me with this new movie clip. 'Into the Basement' builds up a lot of suspense and really sets the pace for the full movie. Pod will be playing at the SXSW 2015 on Monday March 16, Tuesday March 17 and Thursday March 19. Starring in Pod are Larry Fessenden, Lauren Ashley Carter and Brian Morvant. Synopsis: After receiving a troubling voicemail, estranged siblings Ed and Lyla travel…

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Nightlight (2015) - Trailer

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Nightlight (2015) - Trailer

Co-directors Scott Beck and Bryan Woods are bringing us their new horror thriller movie titled Nightlight (2015). Nightlight is shot in found footage style and now Lionsgate will be releasing the film in movie theaters and iTunes on March 27, 2015. This film looks somewhat predictable but the trailer rocks so I will be watching it first chance I get. Starring in Nightlight are Shelby Young, Chloe Bridges and Carter Jenkins. Synopsis: Five friends play a game in…

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The House on Pine Street (2015) - Trailer / Poster

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The House on Pine Street (2015) - Trailer / Poster

Co-directors Aaron Keeling and Austin Keeling bring us The House on Pine Street (2015) which is a horror drama movie. The horror film will make it's world premiere at CINEQUEST on February 28, 2015. The poster has a nice subtle creepy feel and I am sold on the trailer. Not a must see horror movie but definitely on my radar now. Cast in The House on Pine Street are Emily Goss, Taylor Bottles and Cathy Barnett. Synopsis: Seven…

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The Walking Deceased (2015) - Trailer

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The Walking Deceased (2015) - Trailer

Scott Dow's The Walking Deceased (2015), also known as Walking with the Dead (2015), is a new horror comedy movie parody for AMC's The Walking Dead TV series. The new zombie film, based on the trailer, looks extremely dumb-funny! The Walking Dead fans should embrace this film but either way, watch the trailer. Starring in The Walking Deceased are Tim Ogletree, Joey Oglesby and Dave Sheridan. Synopsis: When a police officer wakes up in a hospital to find…

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Regression (2015) - Trailer

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Regression (2015) - Trailer

Alejandro Amenabar's Regression (2015) looks thrilling with the cast that includes Emma Watson, Ethan Hawke and David Thewlis. The movie trailer builds up to a movie that seems to be very interesting and deep on many levels. Ethan Hawke usually takes on good movies so make sure you check out Regression if only to see what the film is really about. I am not a fan of the official synopsis at all and it negatively impacts…

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Christmas at Draculas (2015) - Trailer / Poster

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Christmas at Draculas (2015) - Trailer / Poster

Simon Mckeon's Christmas at Draculas (2015) is a new horror comedy that screams like Hammer film but is not. What does Dracula do on Christmas anyways, who knows. The trailer has way too much mood and not a taste of the actual comedy. Right now, I am not interested but here is hoping for a better trailer in the near future. Cast in Christmas at Draculas are Conor Dwane, Michael O Dowd, David Coon, John Browne,…

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Electus (2015) - Trailer

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Electus (2015) - Trailer

Shaun Rana's Electus (2015) aka Electus: Days of Enlightenment (2015) is a sci-fi movie that looks pretty awesome and gives a lot to the 80s sci-fi movies. I love the opening sci-fi soundtrack and the epicness, good choice. I am really liking the premise and plot too, even though it has been so many times before. I seriously thought the dictator was going to pop a vein in his head, he borderlines good acting and over…

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Horror Videos
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.