Noomi Rapace Has Itsy Bitsy Problem in ‘Rupture’


Noomi Rapace (Prometheus) is bugging out in the upcoming body-horror tale from director Steven Shainberg (Secretary) and screenwriter Brian Nelson (Hard Candy, 30 Days of Night). The Swedish stunner plays an abducted MILF with a crippling fear of spiders, who believes she’s undergoing a horrifying change.

The story follows Renee Morgan (Rapace), a single-mom and arachnophobe living with her 12-year-old son in a suburban residence under surveillance by her would-be captors. Once taken, she’s questioned about her medical history and phobias and is warned of a genetic abnormality that could rupture her body, revealing her alien persona.

Rapace breakthrough role came as Lisbeth Salander in the Swedish film adaptations of Stieg Larsson’s The Millennium Trilogy (Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Girl Who Played with Fire, Girl Who Kicked the Hornets’ Nest). She’s since starred in Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, Brian de Palma’s lesbian thriller Passion, and Ridley Scott’s Prometheus and upcoming Alien: Covenant.



Lionsgate Home Entertainment has set a Nov. 22 release date for The Vestron Video Collector’s Series’ Blu-ray debut of the 1992 zombie classic Return of the Living Dead 3. The limited-edition Blu-ray is chockful of features, including audio commentary and interviews with director Brian Yuzna and its gorgeous star Melinda Clarke.

Clarke, who most recently has starred in Fox’s “Gotham” and The CW’s “Nikita,” played Julie Walker in Retrun of the Living Dead 3, a sweet, slightly kinky redhead who dies tragically in a motorcycle accident when she attempts to give her boyfriend a reach-around while barreling  down a dangerous highway.

Desperate and heartbroken, her boyfriend revives Julie with the same Trioxin gas used by his father to reanimate corpses in top-secret military experiments. He’s successful, but soon discovers that Julie is no longer as interested in giving head as she is in eating brains, a condition that causes her great grief.

Melinda Clarke as Sexy Zombie Julie Walker

Melinda Clarke as Sexy Zombie Julie Walker

Julie, however, soon learns that she can fight off her hunger pangs with physical pain, a fortuitous little trick that allows her to not eat her boyfriend. Unfortunately, the couple doesn’t get much time to rekindle their love affair as they are being chased by military officials and the homies of a hispanic gangbanger whose head Julie ate out like a taco salad.

Yes, this movie is fucking awesome (see where Melinda Clarke/Julie Walker ranks in Clatto’s list of The 11 Sexiest Maneating Babes).

Peep the full list of bonus features below:


Audio Commentary with Director Brian Yuzna

Audio Commentary with Actress Melinda Clarke and Special Make-Up Effects Artist Tom Rainone

“Ashes to Ashes” – A Conversation with Director Brian Yuzna and Screenwriter John Penney

“Living Dead Girl” – An Interview with Actress Melinda Clarke

“Romeo Is Bleeding” – An Interview with Actor J. Trevor Edmond

“Trimark & Trioxin” – Interviews with Production Excecutive David Tripet and Editor Chris Roth

“The Resurrected Dead” – Interviews with Special Effects Designers Steve Johnson and Chris Nelson

Still Gallery


Jing Tian Joins ‘Pacific Rim: Maelstrom’


Chinese actress Jing Tian is set to co-star in Steven S. DeKnight’s sequel to Guillermo del Toro’s 2013 mecha-inspired robot vs. sea monsters epic Pacific Rim. Slated for release Feb. 23, 2018, Pacific Rim: Maelstrom follows a new group of Kaiju-fighting Jaeger pilots, led by the son of fallen hero Stacker Pentecost.

Movie details are scarce and Tian’s role remains a mystery, but she stars alongside Scott Eastwood (Suicide Squad), tween pop singer Cailee Spaeny, and John Boyega (Star Wars: The Force Awakens), who toplines as Pentecost’s son. Cameras will roll this November in Australia.

Pacific Rim: Maelstrom is just one of the high-profile projects on Tian’s dance card. She will also be seen in Jordan Vogt-Roberts eagerly anticipated King Kong reboot Kong: Skull Island and the Chinese monster movie The Great Wall, starring Matt Damon.


Jennifer Lawrence Looks Like Scarlett Johansson in ‘Passengers’


Sony Pictures has released a trailer for its ridiculous romantic fantasy Passengers. Set on a luxury spacecraft, two beautiful people wake up 90-years into a 120-year journey to a new colony. They fall in love and rescue the 5000 passengers on board  from a dangerous ship malfunction.

Morten Tyldum (Imitation Game) directs from a script by Jon Spaihts (Prometheus), starring Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt as romantic leads Aurora and Jim. While we didn’t expect Pandorum-like creatures, Passengers misses an opportunity by not casting one of its leads as fat and ugly.

Seriously, why isn’t Kevin James starring in this as Lawrence’s leading man? That would bring a whole new dynamic to the film. Two pretty people falling for each other as they save lives is too easy. Passengers is so far up beauty’s ass it even made Lawrence look like Scarlett Johansson.

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The 10 Hottest Found-Footage Babes In Horror!


Congratulations. You’ve found Clatto’s list of the 10 Hottest Found-Footage Babes In Horror! You didn’t even have to venture out into nature to do so! It was right here in the safety and comfort of your home computer and/or mobile device – away from witches, monsters, and tiresome running.

The ladies on our list are worth finding too … so if you haven’t seen their films, get to it! As always, feel free to add your picks in the comments. Enjoy!


Eloise Mumford (Fifty Shades of Grey) played a helicopter pilot searching along the Amazon river for her father, a cameraman last seen with a missing wildlife expert and reality TV personality in ABC’s “The River,” a short-lived found-footage series from producers Oren Peli (Paranormal Activity) and Jason Blum (Sinister).



Callie Hernandez made her feature film debut in 2013’s Machete Kills and scored a role on El Rey’s “From Dusk Till Dawn” series in 2014. Hernandez’s big break, however, came this year as female lead in Adam Wingard’s Blair Witch, a sequel to the game-changing 1999 original. Hernandez plays documentary student Lisa Arlington, who agrees to venture off into the woods with the brother of the missing woman at the heart of the mystery.



Betsy Rue, who performed one of horror’s lengthiest nude scenes in My Bloody Valentine, plays a single mom turned adult star at the center of a porn mope’s revenge plot in Lucky Bastard. It all begins when he’s humiliated for ejaculating prematurely on a pro-am website that pairs fans with their favorite starlets. Lucky Bastard is veteran TV writer Robert Nathan’s (”Law & Order) directorial debut and features plenty of nudity from Rue.



Undocumented follows a group of young filmmakers forced to document the torture and murder of captured immigrants by a group of vigilante “patriots” in New Mexico. Alona Tal, of The CW’s “Supernatural,” “Veronica Mars,” and short-lived “Cult,”  plays the group’s producer and gets everyone in trouble when she decides to film immigrants crossing the border with a “coyote.”



Mexican actress Diana Garcia is part of a group of trespassing punks out to enjoy some kinky hookups inside an abandoned hospital in SX_Tape, a found-footage thriller from Candyman and Immortal Beloved director Bernard Rose. Unfortunately for all, stiffies soon turn to stiffs and all hell breaks loose.

Garcia is best known for a string of international dramas, including Cary Joji Fukunaga’s critically acclaimed indie Sin Nombre, in which she played the ill fated girlfriend of a Mara Salvatrucha gang member in Mexico.



Ghost Team One finds two male roommates ghost hunting in their home to indulge a busty hot chick they want to bang. Mexican babe Fernanda Romero plays the busty hot chick in the Paramount Home Media horror-comedy from co-directors Ben Peyser and Scott Rutherford. Horror fans may also recognize Romero from parts in the 2008 remake of the Pang Brothers J-horror thriller The Eye and Sam Raimi’s Drag Me to Hell.



Genre geeks first gawked at Dania Ramirez as Potential Slayer Caridad in season seven of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and as Morlock Callisto in X-Men: The Last Stand. In 2008, she joined NBC’s “Heroes” as toxic advanced human Maya Herrera and scored a role in Screen Gems viral outbreak, found-footage thriller, Quarantine. Ramirez played Sadie, a busty hot chick trapped in her apartment building with infected tenants.



Ashley Hinshaw starred in 2014’s The Pyramid and 2012’s Chronicle. In the Alexandre Aja produced thriller, she plays a  member of a team of U.S. archaeologists trapped in an ancient pyramid underneath the Egyptian desert. Making matters worse are the underground dwellers hunting them down. In Josh Trank’s Chronicle, she’s girlfriend to an asshole kid with superpowers.



Odette Yustman played a woman who after bickering with her boyfriend leaves a party moments before a gigantic monster wreaks havoc on New York in the J.J. Abrams’ produced monster movie, Cloverfield. Understandably, the boyfriend embarks on a Super Mario-like quest to reunite with Yustman even if it means losing his buddies along the way.



Gorgeous British model-turned-actress Gemma Atkinson co-stars in Renny Harlin’s Devil’s Pass, a fact-based survival thriller that finds a group of students heading out to the Ural mountains to investigate the 1959 Dyatlov Pass Incident, where nine Russian skiers died under mysterious, and some say supernatural, circumstances.


‘The Visit’s’ Olivia DeJonge Spends Christmas in ‘Safe Neighborhood’


Aussie up-and-comer Olivia DeJonge had a breakout performance in M. Night Shymalan’s The Visit last year and is poised for another star turn in Safe Neighborhood, a home invasion frightener from Chris Peckover, writer/director of 2010’s still timely and frightening immigration thriller Undocumented.

Described as Scream meets Home Alone, Safe Neighborhood is set in a quiet American suburb during the Christmas holiday and stars DeJonge as a babysitter protecting herself and a 12-year-old boy from home invaders who are not what they seem.

Safe Neighborhood co-stars Levi Miller (Pan) as Luke, DeJonge’s charge, Virginia Madsen (The Haunting in Connecticut) and Patrick Warburton (”Seinfeld”) as Luke’s parents, and DeJonge’s The Visit co-star, Ed Oxenbould.


Evangeline Lilly Finds a ‘Little Evil’ at Netflix!


Evangeline Lilly (”LOST”) is set to star in the upcoming Netflix original movie, Little Evil. Slated to premiere in 2017, the horror-comedy is written and directed by Eli Craig, the twisted and hilarious mind responsible for the 2010 cult hit Tucker and Dale vs. Evil.

Lilly co-stars with Adam Scott (Krampus) as a married couple who discover their six-year-old son is the antichrist. Co-stars include Tyler Labine (Tucker and Dale vs. Evil) and “LOST” alum Clancy Brown, who played DIA operative and Dharma Initiative button-pusher Kelvin Inman.

Lilly, best known for playing fugitive Kate Austen on TV’s greatest series ever “LOST,” is coming off Marvel’s Antman as Hopevan Dyne (aka: The Wasp) and played woodland elf Tauriel in Peter Jackson’s Hobbit sequels, The Desolation of Smaug and Battle of the Five Armies.


‘Annabelle 2′ Ruins Tea Time!


New Line Cinema has released a first trailer for Annabelle 2, a James Wan produced sequel to the original Conjuring spinoff that saw the demonically possessed doll wreck havoc on a young family in 1969 Los Angeles. Set for release May 19, 2017, the film is directed by Lights Out maestro David F. Sandberg.

Annabelle 2 follows an orphanage nun who takes refuge with her girls at a doll maker’s home when her facility is shut down. Things go from bad to worse when she and the orphans catch Annabelle’s attention.

Bond girl and “Narcos” actress Stephanie Sigman plays the nun and Lights Out’s horrifying she-demon Alicia Vela-Bailey is also along for the ride as a character called Evil Mrs. Mullins. We don’t see either in the trailer yet, but what’s on display already looks far more disturbing than anything in the original movie.

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Scream Queen Cortney Palm Does Time w/ Horror’s Hardest in ‘Death House’

Cortney Palm

Entertainment Factory’s Death House is an indie frightener helmed by Harrison Smith, written by Gunnar Hansen, the actor who portrayed Leatherface in Tobe Hooper’s 1974 masterpiece The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, starring a who’s who of horror icons.

Cast includes Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th), Michael Berryman (Hills Have Eyes), Barbara Crampton (Re-Animator), Sid Haig (Devil’s Rejects), Bill Moseley (Devil’s Rejects), Adrienne Barbeau (The Fog), Dee Wallace (Cujo), Camille Keaton (I Spit On Your Grave), and Danny Trejo (Machete).

If that ain’t enough to get you excited, Death House is toplined by sexy scream queen Cortney Palm of recent horror-comedy hit Zombeavers and 2012’s remake of Silent Night. Palm plays one of two FBI agents caught in a secret prison during a breakout of its most hellish inmates.

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Screamfest 2016 Announces First Wave of Movie Premieres!


The first wave of movies to be screened at the 16th annual Screamfest Horror Film Festival has been revealed. Set to run Oct. 18 – 27 at the TCL Chinese 6 Theater in Hollywood, CA, the announced lineup features seven L.A. premieres and one U.S. premiere from Finland.

Screamfest founder Rachel Belofsky said:

We’re so thrilled to announce such a diverse group of films this year. Even in our 16th year, filmmakers continue to push the envelope and amaze us with their incredible imagination, creativity, passion and hard work.

Screamfest is the biggest and longest-running horror film festival in the U.S. The show is a star-studded event where actors and directors talk horror with each other and the public. Festival badges are now available for purchase at the Screamfest website.

The first eight films announced are:

Directed by Bobby Miller
Written by Bobby Miller
Produced by Jordan Horowitz, Johnny Galecki, Aaron L. Gilbert
Cast: Anna Friel, Johnny Galecki, Anjelica Huston, Oliver Platt
LA Premiere
Down, out, and heartbroken, Paul attends a spiritual retreat to cleanse himself and fix his broken life but soon discovers that the cleanse releases more than everyday toxins…a lot more. The feature debut from Bobby Miller (TUB), THE MASTER CLEANSE is a trippy and fantastic journey that examines how we deal with the things that weigh us down in life, ultimately asking the all-important question: given the opportunity to literally face your demons, what would you do?

Directed by Richard Bates, Jr.
Written by Richard Bates, Jr.
Produced by Lawrence Mattis, Matt Smith, David Lawson Jr.
Cast: Adrian Grenier, Angela Trimbur, Fionnula Flanagan, AnnaLynne McCord, Matthew Gray Gubler, Sally Kirkland, Ezra Buzzington, Ray Santiago, Molly McCook
LA Premiere
When Owen is forced to confront the past he’s been running from his whole adult life, he and his girlfriend, Isabel, become entangled in a horrifying web of lies, deceit and murder. You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You’ll be scarred for life.


Directed by Xavier Gens
Written by Carey Hayes, Chad Hayes
Produced by Leon Clarance, Ara Keshishian, Peter Safran
Cast: Sophie Cookson
LA Premiere
THE CRUCIFIXION is a supernatural thriller based on true events that touches on the universal themes of life vs. death and good vs. evil. The project stars Sophie Cookson (Kingsman: The Secret Service), is written by the Hayes Brothers (The Conjuring) and produced by Peter Safran with Xavier Gens (Hitman) directing.


Directed by Sean Brosnan
Written by Sean Brosnan
Produced by Sanja Banic, Alma Bogdan-Turner, Orian Williams, Sean Brosnan, Pierce Brosnan
Cast: Joe Anderson, Gary Stretch, Candace Smith
LA Premiere
Deaf and mute since having his hearing knocked out at the age of 12, Asher has been training for almost two decades to avenge himself on Ivan, the man that killed his older brother 21 years ago. And now that his nemesis is out of prison, he gets his chance. But Asher’s target also happens to be his father.

FEAR, INC. (USA) 2016
Directed by Vincent Masciale
Written by Luke Barnett
Cast: Lucas Neff, Caitlin Stasey, Chris Marquette, Stephanie Drake, Mark Moses, Abigail Breslin
LA Premiere
Produced by Luke Barnett, Vincent Masciale, Natalie Rose Masciale, Heather Kasprzak
Fear, Inc. follows a company of degenerates who can be hired for a premium to bring your greatest fears to life. But when horror junkie Joe Foster’s customized scare seemingly begins, he and his friends must decide if this company is there to scare them, or make them pawns in their own sick game.

Directed by The Vang Brothers (Berlee and Abel Vang)
Written by Berlee Vang, Abel Vang
Produced by Abel Vang, Burlee Vang, Leng Yang , Cheng Yang, Kirk Roos
Cast: Saxon Sharbino, Mitchell Edwards, Brandon Soo Hoo, Victory Van Tuyl, Carson Boatman, Alexis G. Zall, and Jordan Essoe
LA Premiere
Five teenagers receive an invite to download a Siri-like app. Once they accept this app which calls itself Mister Bedevil, it begins to torment each of them by tapping into their worst fears. To stop this malevolent force, the teens must learn to trust and depend on each other’s wits and courage.


Directed by Alejandro G. Alegre
Written by Alejandro G. Alegre
Produced by Alejandro G. Alegre, Victor Leycegui, Roberto G. Alegre, Enrique Villanueva
Cast: Isaac Pérez Calzada, Marcos Duarte, Verónica de Alba, Guillermo Jair, Rodrigo Ostap
LA Premiere
After a voyage of discovery FEDERICO creates a new religious cult. He kidnaps FERNANDO, a former collaborator, which will try to leave as heir of worship in the midst of a slaughter justified by their own past tragedies.

Directed by Taneli Mustonen
Written by Aleksi Hyvärinen and Taneli Mustonen
Produced by Aleksi Hyvärinen, Sophie Holden, Callie McGregor, Claudia Troncoso
Cast: Nelly Hirst-Gee, Mikael Gabriel, Mimosa Willamo, Santeri Helinheimo Mäntylä
US Premiere
Every camper’s worst nightmare came true at Lake Bodom in 1960 when four teenagers were stabbed to death while sleeping in their tent.