Archive | August, 2017


Woman (In Horror) Crush Wednesday: Amy Steel

Hallo wieder meine Kleinen Monster (that’s “hello again my Little Monsters” to you and me, Rusty). It’s Wednesday again; August 30th of 2017 to be exact. And if you’re counting down like I am, you’ll also know that means HorrorHound Weekend in Indianapolis is a mere NINE DAYS AWAY (still seems like too many). That […]

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New ‘IT’ Featurette Reveals New Footage And Interviews

This September Andy Muschietti’s IT arrive in theaters. Ahead of its release, a new three-minute featurette has been unveiled that includes new footage and clips from interviews with Muschietti and Stephen King himself. Muschietti directed from the screenplay written by Gary Dauberman. The film centers on a group of te s, referred to as the “Losers’ Club”. […]

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‘Close Encounters Of The Third Kind’ To Hit Theaters Again This Friday

In celebration of the film’s 40th anniversary, Close Encounters of the Third Kind will be re-released this Friday in Select AMC theaters.  Close Encounters of the Third Kind was directed by the legendary Steven Spielberg, and it was originally released in November 1977.  The film was a hit, grossing $120 million domestically and $300 million […]

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Haunted Destinations: St. Augustine, FL

We’re continuing our northward tour of haunted locations throughout America. We started in Key West, FL and now we’re visiting St. Augustine. St. Augustine is the oldest city in the United States, so it’s not really surprising that by most accounts it’s also among the top 3 most haunted cities in the U.S., too. Savannah, […]

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‘The Conjuring’ Franchise Hit With An Almost Billion Dollar Lawsuit

  While the new Conjuring universe may be continuing to expand, Warner Bros. may be in hot water. They have been hit with a massive lawsuit. In 1980, Gerald Brittle penned ‘The Demonologist’ for Ed and Lorraine Warren. Part of the deal between Brittle and the Warrens was that any future films that featured the […]

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Ed Skrein Resigns From ‘Hellboy’ Reboot

Amid whitewashing controversy of his casting as asian comic book character Major Ben Daimo, Ed Skrein has departed the upcoming R rated reboot Hellboy reboot. Ben Daimo Ed Skrein Hollywood has had a rough history with the casting of white actors in non-white roles, and while I like Skrein as an actor (most notably in […]

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A Family Is Under Seige From A Dangerous Cult In The New Clip From ‘Jackals’

  Director Kevin Greutert’s (Saw 3D: The Final Chapter) psychological thriller,  Jackals, has unveiled a new clip featuring a cult demanding one of their own be returned. Set in the 80’s, the film centers on a family who have hired a cult de-programmer (Stephen Dorff) to help their teenage son who has joined a murderous cult, […]

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