Horror

Welcome back to Nightmare Alley, fiends; The spooky little sidestreet in the Nightmare on Film Street podcast feed. This week, Kim & Jon are joined by writer/director Ryan Spindell to discuss his super HalloweenTastic horror-anthology The Mortuary Collection, now available to stream on Shudder! If you aren’t afraid of tentacle monsters, creepy old morticians, or
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Dark Star Pictures has been on fire lately having nabbed some incredible films such as Koko-Di Koko-Da, Empathy, Inc., Jumbo, and even King Cohen. Next up is a wild and crazy animated horror film, Attack of the Demons, written, directed and animated by Eric Power (Path of Blood). Attack of the Demons, which Meagan wrote “wears its horror influences on its sleeve and then
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Can 2020 get any scarier? “The Simpsons” are back for another round of animated terror in “Treehouse of Horror XXXI” this Sunday night, the long-running show’s annual celebration of Halloween. This year’s special parodies Toy Story, offers a frightening look at the 2020 election, and spoofs Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse by unleashing several Homers from other dimensions. “Treehouse
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Screen Media announced today that Chad Faust’s feature directorial debut thriller Girl will open in select theaters November 20 before arriving on VOD platforms November 24th. “In Girl, a young woman (Bella Thorne) returns to her small hometown to exact revenge on her abusive father, only to discover someone murdered him the day before. As the girl searches for answers, she
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SEPTEMBER 1999 developer 98DEMAKE is back again with another project, this time teasing fans with a trailer for 02:32. If the name wasn’t cryptic enough, the trailer asks even more questions than it answers (while still looking cool). Certainly, there’s not a heck of a lot to go on, but the slow overhead crawl down
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Having just screened as part of the ongoing Beyond Fest in Los Angeles is Canadian filmmaker Steven Kostanski‘s (Manborg, Leprechaun Returns, The Void) PG: Psycho Goreman, a blood-soaked horror-comedy that was recently acquired by RLJE Films for release on January 22, 2021. Check out this brand new piece of art that fully delivers on the promise of “gore”
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October 13, 2020 2:12 pm By Nadia Vella The psychological impact that the lockdown has taken on us is something to be concerned about. Our lives changed a lot, for the better or in many cases for the worst. In this moment, you might be eager to watch some sports you never paid attention before,
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Grief, Satanism and black magic is rife in Anything For Jackson, the Canadian horror film about a pair of grandparents who will quite literally do anything to bring back their deceased grandson. The premise is surprisingly fresh: grieving elderly couple Audrey (Sheila McCarthy) and Dr. Henry Walsh (Julian Richards) abduct pregnant Shannon Becker (Konstantina Mantelos)
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We had learned back in April that Sentient Entertainment was developing a remake of Alejandro Amenábar’s 2001 horror movie The Others, and today we’ve learned via Deadline that Universal Pictures is partnering with Sentient on the remake. “Universal has optioned the rights to the film from Sentient,” Deadline notes. The site also reports, “At this
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“This species of cartoon has been extinct since 1998.” The 1990s animated series “Animaniacs” comes back to life next month courtesy of Amblin Entertainment, Warner Bros. Animation and Hulu, and the streaming service dropped a pretty spectacular clip during the virtual New York Comic Con this weekend. The Steven Spielberg-produced reboot series heads to Jurassic
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Those itching to get into Bulletstorm and Painkiller devs People Can Fly’s upcoming dark sci-fi shooter Outriders will have to wait until next year. Originally scheduled for release this December, publisher Square Enix has announced that the title will release next year on February 2, 2021. As a consolation, the game will have cross-play up
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One of the most exciting things about the upcoming Jurassic World: Dominion, which was unfortunately just pushed to Summer 2022, is that it’s set to reunite Jeff Goldblum‘s Ian Malcolm, Sam Neill’s Alan Grant and Laura Dern’s Ellie Sattler, the original trio from Jurassic Park. Goldblum, of course, already returned to the franchise in Jurassic
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It was released in theaters only back in August, and now Sang-ho Yeon‘s Train to Busan follow-up Peninsula will head home for the holidays on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD. Peninsula will be available from the safety of your own home on November 24. Bonus Features include a Making-of Featurette, Interviews and Trailers. For home streaming, Shudder has acquired
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From Image Comics and “The Walking Dead” creator Robert Kirkman comes Amazon Prime’s animated series “Invincible,” which adapts Kirkman’s violent superhero comic books. “Invincible” is an adult animated superhero series that revolves around 17-year-old Mark Grayson (Steven Yeun), who’s just like every other guy his age — except his father is the most powerful superhero
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Announced yesterday, MGM is bringing back The Addams Family for a sequel to last year’s animated film, which is scheduled to be released during next year’s Halloween season. In the new movie, The Addams get tangled up in wacky adventures and find themselves involved in hilarious run-ins with all sorts of unsuspecting characters. Always staying
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Werewolves are long overdue for a horror resurgence. The movie monster hasn’t gotten nearly as much of the spotlight as vampires, zombies, or witches. Werewolves are a tricky creature to nail on celluloid, between the transformation, body horror, and their victims’ utter evisceration. The Wolf of Snow Hollow brings us one small step toward a werewolf renaissance.
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As fans of the Chiodo Bros. (Killer Klowns from Outer Space) may be aware, they released a book back in 2015 titled Alien Xmas, and they’ve been hard at work on turning the tale into a stop-motion animated Christmas special for Netflix. Today we’ve learned that the 40-minute special, directed by Stephen Chiodo, will be coming to Netflix
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