Horror

Capcom is obviously focused at the moment on Resident Evil Village (as this Thursday indicates), but that’s not to say that they’re not giving some love to the upcoming Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection. Capcom has released the first Developer Diary for the upcoming title, focusing on what longtime fans can expect from the return of
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A new movie adaptation of the popular tabletop roleplaying game Dungeons & Dragons is finally happening, with Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley, co-directors of the comedy Game Night and writers of Spider-Man: Homecoming, on board to direct. But that’s not the only D&D project in the works, as THR reports that a series is also being developed. Like the
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Looking a bit like Ti West’s Trigger Man, Joel Schumacher’s Phone Booth and Ryûhei Kitamura’s Downrange, the Swedish survival thriller Red Dot is coming to Netflix just in time for Valentine’s Day. How does this relate to a romantic holiday, you ask? In the film, “David and Nadja attempt to rekindle their relationship on a romantic hiking trip to the
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From the team behind Hulu’s Run along with producer Matt Reeves (The Batman) comes HBO Max‘s “The Future,” a sci-fi series just announced by Deadline this afternoon. The one-hour series, currently in development, is written by Dan Frey and is said to be “told through an innovative multimedia style that’s never been seen on TV.”
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Ever wanted to mash up Super Monkey Ball with the original Wolfenstein 3D? Creator Nickireda did, and the result is Return to Castle Monkey Ball. Combining all the chaotic physics-based “golf” of Super Monkey Ball with Wolfenstein 3D‘s Nazis, the game now sees you moving through eight procedurally-generated Nazi fortresses. Instead of mowing down Nazis with
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It was announced back in December that HBO and Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (“Riverdale,” “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”) are developing a reboot of the vampire series “True Blood,” which was based on the novels by Charlaine Harris and created by Alan Ball. The series aired between 2008 and 2014, officially coming to an end after seven seasons and 80
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Julia Jones (pictured in the Disney+ series ‘”The Mandalorian”), Alano Miller (Sylvie’s Love), Johnny Sequoyah (Believe) and Jack Alcott (The Good Lord Bird) have joined Michael C. Hall and Clancy Brown in Showtime’s 10-episode limited “Dexter” revival series, reports Deadline. The descriptions of the new characters provide a clue about the setting of the follow-up
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Successfully funded on Indiegogo in a matter of hours, Dynamite and Cullen Bunn (Pumpkinhead) present Re-Animator: The Eternal Lie, a prestige comic soon on the way. The comic from Cullen Bunn and artist Blacky Shepherd connects the maniacal Herbert West from Re-Animator to the wider Cthulhu mythology of H.P. Lovecraft! The story serves as a
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The ball is in your court, Blumhouse. There may be no actual connections between the two but there’s no denying that Christopher Landon‘s horror-comedy slasher movies Happy Death Day and Freaky both seem to exist within the very same universe. They have incredibly similar sensibilities, at the very least, which has led many fans to
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Warner Bros. made the announcement late last year that they’re bringing their entire current 2021 theatrical slate to both theaters and the WarnerMedia streaming service HBO Max at the very same time, and that includes huge films like Godzilla vs. Kong, Dune, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, James Wan’s Malignant, Mortal Kombat and more. That all sounds great, yeah? Well,
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Oscar Isaac is headed back into the world of Marvel with the upcoming Disney+ series “Moon Knight,” which is being developed by Jeremy Slater (“The Exorcist”). Mohamed Diab (Clash) is on board as director and showrunner, and The Hollywood Reporter brings us the exciting word this week that Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead (Resolution, Spring, V/H/S:
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Ahead of the February 5th release of his album Lost Themes III: Alive After Death, John Carpenter is back today with brand new music. This time, the title track off the new album. The press release explains… “Alive After Death” is a brooding, suspenseful embodiment of the exhilarating, spine-chilling, story-telling aesthetics that have established Carpenter
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There’s a good chance you probably already own multiple copies of Universal’s classic monster movies, but those who haven’t yet added them to their collections will be happy to hear that Universal is bringing several of the top classics to YouTube this month… for free! Originally announced by NME, the Universal Monsters will be making
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