Horror

The director of Kill List, Sightseers, A Field in England, High-Rise, and Netflix’s Rebecca, Ben Wheatley has been hired by Warner Bros to direct the shark attack sequel The Meg 2! Now that’s an (unexpectedly) inspired choice! The scoop comes courtesy of The Hollywood Reporter tonight, and the site also reports that The Meg star Jason Statham
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Halloween unfortunately will be a bit lacking this year for many, but luckily, the Epic Games Store is treating everyone next week with two big free games. As part of their continuing “free game(s) every week” incentive, players can grab Bloober Team’s Blair Witch and Sony’s Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered absolutely free! This is
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The monsters are crashing the drive-in! Drive-In-Sanity Films and Janus Films will be releasing three of Toho Japan’s classic monster mash movies beginning at drive-in theaters this weekend, Daily Dead reports. Destroy All Monsters, Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla and Godzilla vs Megalon will first be unleashed at The Hi-Way Drive-In in Coxsackie, New York on October 23, 24 &
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Just in time for Halloween, we’ve learned that Radar Licensing has announced initial license partners for its Hammer House of Horror merchandise program featuring Hammer Films’ Dracula, Frankenstein’s Creature, The Mummy, and other memorable monsters.  Hammer House of Horror merchandise will begin hitting stores this month, with the full launch set for 2021. The official
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After decades of being an annual Halloween staple on television, it’s been announced that the Peanuts special “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” has found a new home exclusively over on the streaming service Apple TV+. What does that mean? Well, it means the special won’t be airing on traditional television this month, for the
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With AFM just a few weeks out, Millennium Media has shared with Collider some really cool images from S.K. Dale‘s recently completed thriller Till Death, which leaves Megan Fox, who starred in the criminally underrated Jennifer’s Body, chained to her dead husband and covered in blood. “Till Death tells the story of Emma (Fox), who is left handcuffed to
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Maxim suuuuuuucks. After kicking off October proper with a discussion of the meta horror comedy The Final Girls last week, we’re classing things up with a look at Alfred Hitchcock‘s original adaptation of Daphne du Maurier‘s classic novel Rebecca and its villainous lesbian housekeeper Mrs. Danvers (just in time for Ben Wheatley’s new Netflix adaptation).
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October 18, 2020 3:23 pm By Nadia Vella The Mountain Kings was recently nominated at the Independent Horror Movie Awards and The Hardcore Horror Fest, including official selection, Best Actress, Best Kill and Best Nudity. Murder. Mayhem. Movie-making. Three friends take a dark journey into murder, mayhem and movie-making in this raw and unflinching experimental
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The immense success of Amnesia: The Dark Descent created big expectations for Frictional Games’ follow-up. Rather than continuing the Amnesia series themselves, they handed it off to the Chinese Room for A Machine for Pigs while they worked on Soma, an original sci-fi horror title. While Dark Descent became known for its terrifying intensity, Soma
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The iconic cereal monsters Count Chocula, Boo Berry and Franken Berry are currently back on store shelves for the Halloween season, and General Mills has just launched a “Monster of a Sweepstakes” contest in order to find a home for three one-of-a-kind busts. The busts are the work of award-winning special effects artist Karlee Morse,
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Presenting itself as a “lost scene” from David Gordon Green’s Halloween (2018), the 13-minute short Happy Halloween: A Halloween Kills Fan Film has been unleashed, coming along as a special fan-made treat on the very weekend Halloween Kills was originally supposed to be released in theaters. And to its credit, it’s a highly satisfying way
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