Archive | November, 2018


Short Film Review: Soundbite (2018)

A woman (Taylor Murphy-Sinclair) sits a computer and enters a website comprised of a single image of a skull. Seems mundane enough, until the creepy commands start issuing forth… Running a brisk four minutes and change; Soundbite is a nice lil’ bite sized nugget of video violence with a sprinkling of techo terror (or is it […]

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James McAvoy Goes Full Beast Mode In New ‘Glass’ TV Spot

    James McAvoy goes in full on beast mode in the TV spot for M. Night Shyamalan‘s Unbreakable/Split sequel Glass. McAvoy‘s character Kevin, who has more than two dozen personalities including “The Beast” who kidnapped Casey (Anya Taylor-Joy) in Split, appears to be the instrument that Mr. Glass will use to cause chaos. Along with McAvoy, the […]

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Supernatural Thriller ‘The Little Stranger’ Arrives In The US This Month

Thanksgiving is approaching and today we have something to be thankful for, director Lenny Abrahamson‘s The Little Stranger is set to arrive in the US later this month. Ruth Wilson (The Affair), Domhnall Gleeson (American Made), Will Poulter (Maze Runner: Death Cure), Charlotte Rampling (Red Sparrow), Josh Dylan (Mamma Mia!), and Anna Madeley (The Crown) star […]

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The Legend Behind James Wan’s Upcoming Film ‘The Curse Of La Llorona’

  The Curse of La Llorona has a fantastically frightening trailer. It looks we can expect another horror masterpiece from producer James Wan. The film follows a social worker who, while investigating the mysterious disappearance of two children, discovers her own family might also be in jeopardy. Did you know that the film is based on a […]

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Horror Comedy ‘Garden Party Massacre’ Scares Up A Release Date

The critic and crowd approved screwball comedy, meets slasher spoof Garden Party Massacre arrives this Spring. This is the second multiple award-winning film from writer and director Gregory Blair. This is also the second collaboration with SGL Entertainment – the slow-burn psychological thriller Deadly Revisions being the first. With laughs splattering all over the place, Garden Party […]

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Fright-Rags Digs Up Pet Sematary, Night Of The Living Dead, and Die Hard Collections

      Fright-Rags has explored sour ground to unearth new merchandise from Pet Sematary, Night of the Living Dead, and Die Hard. Dead is better with Fright-Rags‘ Pet Sematary collection. From little Gage and Church the cat to Victor Pascow and Zelda, all of the nightmarish imagery from the 1989 Stephen King adaptation is […]

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Lakeshore Entertainment Releasing Soundtrack Of Blumhouse’s Tech-Driven Horror ‘CAM’

  The only thing better than a great film is a great film with an incredible soundtrack. News has come that Lakeshore Entertainment is set to release the soundtrack for Blumhouse’s technology-driven horror film CAM as it premieres on Netflix. Directed by Daniel Goldhaber, the Oscar-winning producer of Get Out, comes the film set in the world of webcam […]

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Slappy’s Back Again In The AR Game ‘Slappy’s Haunted Christmas’

Krikey has launched its second Augmented Reality mobile game of their three-part “Goosebumps 2” Slappy series; the first one was released in October. This time Slappy the ventriloquist dummy is back in a Christmas themed multiplayer AR game, “Slappy’s Haunted Christmas”.       Players must open Christmas presents with a tap of the screen […]

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Blumhouse And Amazon Teaming Up For Eight Exclusive Films

Blumhouse has continued to impress with their genre projects including their one episode a month holiday horror-themed anthology series “Into the Dark“. We’ve learned that the genre powerhouse is now gearing up to do something similar with Amazon Prime. Deadline is reporting that Amazon Studios has closed an exclusive production deal with Blumhouse Television for […]

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Survival Turns Into Savagery In The New ‘Beasts Of The Field’ Trailer

    The trailer has landed for indie creature feature Beasts of the Field from director Chase Dudley and writer Brentt Slabchuck.  Starring Gregory Blair, Amber Dawn Fox, Ashley Nunes , Savannah Shaffer , Tory Beckham, Patrick Alred, and Keith Nicholson, the film centers on a delusional cryptozoologist and a psychopathic television presenter lead an amateur expedition into wild forests in hopes of […]

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