CATEGORIES Horror, Cinematical

Like horror movies? Like Cinematical? Then you're in luck, because Cinematical happens to have its own horror movie blog called Horror Squad. But in case you're not reading HS on a regular basis (for shame), here's what you've been missing on the genre front.

- First and foremost, this past week's Horror Squad Movie Club entry was Night of the Demons 2. Feel free to join in on Alison Nastasi's discussion post right here.

- If you loved the terrifying Spanish beast that is [REC], which sadly needs to be qualified as the original film Quarantine was based on, Luke Mullen has details on how/when you can get your hands on a DVD/Blu-ray of its amazing sequel.

- Brian Salisbury checks in with his latest Terror Tuesday Report from the Alamo Drafthouse. If it's been a while since you've seen The Beast Within, give it a read to see if it still holds up with an audience.

- If the Sundance buzz for Vincenzo Natali's Splice got you interested, Warner Brothers has a summer release planned.

- George Romero's latest film, Survival of the Dead, gets a Red Band trailer.

- Scott Weinberg implores that you stop what you're doing and watch the 47-minute long The Call of Cthulhu adaptation available on Netflix Watch Instantly.

- Samuel Bayer, director of the new Nightmare on Elm Street for Platinum Dunes, says no to doing a sequel.

- To compliment John Gholson's coverage here on Cinematical, check out my take on the Pretty Scary Bloodbath, a mini-festival celebrating independent women filmmakers in horror.

- Mike Bracken has a few details on who is likely to replace Marcus Nispel on The Last Voyage of the Demeter, one of the few interesting vampire films on the horizon.