Horror

The long-awaited sequel to a Halloween favorite, Hocus Pocus 2 is on the way for the Disney+ streaming service, currently set to arrive sometime during the Halloween ’22 season. The film is being billed as “the spooky sequel to the 1993 Halloween classic,” with Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy all back as the beloved Sanderson Sisters. Check out a tiny
0 Comments
Asymmetrical-multiplayer survival horror (which is a mouthful that I’ll be referring to as AMSH from here on) could very well be entering its biggest year yet in 2022. Between the ongoing reign of Dead By Daylight (which will be implementing its Ringu chapter in the near future), Saber Interactive’s upcoming Evil Dead: The Game, and Gun Interactive’s recently announced Texas Chain Saw Massacre game, the roster of AMSH
0 Comments
In addition to the upcoming Orphan: First Kill prequel movie, Orphan star Isabelle Fuhrman also appears in the period horror movie The Last Thing Mary Saw, set in the year 1843. Shudder acquired the film just last year, and we’ve learned that they’ll be bringing it exclusively to their streaming service on Thursday, January 20. You’ll find
0 Comments
In addition to the upcoming Orphan: First Kill prequel movie, Orphan star Isabelle Fuhrman also appears in the period horror movie The Last Thing Mary Saw, set in the year 1843. Shudder acquired the film just last year, and we’ve learned that they’ll be bringing it exclusively to their streaming service on Thursday, January 20. You’ll find
0 Comments
Venom’s origin story was extremely different in the comics, likely because Spider-Man currently exists within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The alien symbiote was first introduced in Marvel Comics’ “Secret Wars” #8 in which the extraterrestrial being bonded itself with Peter Parker, offering him an extremely cool all-black costume. This would carry over into an “Amazing
0 Comments
Horror titan James Wan (Saw, Insidious, The Conjuring, Malignant) is on board as executive producer for a supernatural horror series titled “Archive 81” for Netflix, inspired by the found footage podcast of the same name. Set for a global premiere next Friday, January 14, 2022, Bloody Disgusting has restored the official series trailer that investigates a collection of damaged
0 Comments
Just when you think you already know everything there is to know about the original Halloween, little tidbits have a way of coming to the surface that completely surprise even the most knowledgeable Halloween fanatics–even 40 years later. Convention king and Horrors Hallowed Grounds host Sean Clark made a post to his personal Facebook page
0 Comments
January 4, 2022 1:41 pm By Nadia Vella Elon Musk has said humans will live in glass domes on Mars before eventually terraforming. The tech billionaire is a keen space travel enthusiast and has invested billions into his SpaceX programme in a bid to get man to Mars as quickly as possible. He recently took to
0 Comments
January 4, 2022 1:59 pm By Nadia Vella A GRIEVING mom believes the spirit of her two-year-old daughter was captured in video footage in the graveyard where she was buried. Little Faviola Rodriguez was buried at the Mosanic Cemetery in Las Cruces, New Mexico, after she died in September 2018 while in the care of
0 Comments
Keanu Reeves is set to star in the long-gestured but hotly-anticipated “The Devil in the White City”, a big-budget take on Erik Larson’s 2003 book that tells the tale of America’s very first serial killer, H. H. Holmes. It’s unclear if Reeves will be starring as the monstrous murderer or the architect behind Holmes’ nightmarish
0 Comments
Thanks to a never-ending pandemic, the past two years threw the release slate into a state of flux that still hasn’t let up: constant shifts, postponements, and a rearranging calendar. The one constant, as usual, is that horror thrives no matter the scenario. What that means for 2022 is that while many of the planned
0 Comments
Between a global pandemic that we’re still in the midst of and the increasing library of titles available for streaming, 2021 has been a strange comeback year for the movies. We are blessed once again with the newest films being (somewhat) safe to watch in a movie theater, yet these only make up a fraction
0 Comments
There’s always been a rich relationship that’s existed between television and the horror genre, but it’s only grown increasingly fearless in recent years. There are now more networks and streaming services than ever before and it seems as if every distribution channel wants their own prestige horror program. This means new horror shows that would
0 Comments
2021 hasn’t concluded in a complete return to cinemas, but it’s been a wildly more uplifting year that’s allowed the entertainment industry to finally get back on track. The degree of catch up and cinematic holdovers that have fallen into 2021 have practically spoiled horror fans with an overload of highly anticipated content like Malignant,
0 Comments