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We May Actually Be Getting A Sequel To ‘Killer Klowns From Outer Space”

    After years of rumors, we may be actually getting a sequel to the 1988 horror comedy Killer Klowns From Outer Space!   During a discussion with about his Netflix film Alien Xmas, Stephen Chiodo talked about his and his brother’s (Charles Chiodo) classic, saying that the brother duo is currently in talks […]

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Movie Review: It Cuts Deep

Writer/director Nicholas Santos’ horror comedy It Cuts Deep is an odd feature that should appeal to viewers interested in offbeat, awkward comedy movies and slasher film completists. Other viewers may find themselves perplexed. Why Ashley (Quinn Jackson) and her boyfriend Sam (Charles Gould) are together is the first mystery of the film, and why Ashley […]

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A First Look At The Horror Comedy ‘Too Late’

    The first image (above) has surfaced (via THR) for the upcoming horror-comedy Too Late, billed as “a macabre love letter to the L.A. alt comedy scene.”   “Los Espookys” actor Fred Armisen stars alongside Mary Lynn Rajskub (“24”), Ron Lynch (“Bob’s Burgers”), Will Weldon(“Above the Line”), Alyssa Limperis (Are You Happy Now), Jack De Sena (“Avatar: The […]

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Blu-ray Review: Lake Michigan Monster (2018)

Lake Michigan Monster concerns the adventures of Captain Seafield (Ryland Brickson Cole Tews, who also co-wrote/directed the picture); a man obsessed with the monster he believes killed his father in the shallow depths of Lake Michigan… though the details of said event are rather mutable in our hero’s constantly shifting narrative. Anyhow, that slap-happy seaman […]

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‘Freaky’ Coming To VOD Only 17 Days After It Opens In Theaters

    We’ve got great news for fans of Happy Death Day director Christopher Landon. Landon’s new body-swapping slasher Freaky is set to open in theaters this November on Friday the 13th and today Blumhouse’s Jason Blum confirmed via Twitter that the slasher is being fast-tracked to VOD and will be coming to home video […]

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Movie Review (Lund Fantastic Film Festival): Get the Hell Out

Taiwanese horror comedy Get the Hell Out is an ultra-fast-paced romp with political messages aplenty that are relatable across international borders. It is a spectacle, to be sure, but ultimately doesn’t offer much new in the zombie comedy department. Hsiung (Megan Lai) is a government official trying to stop a chemical plant from being built […]

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Tim Burton Is Bringing New Life To “The Addams Family” With Live-Action Series!

    They’re creepy and they’re kooky, “The Addams Family”! Earlier this year MGM brought back our favorite family with a new animated movie, but what fans really want is a new live-action revival and they just may be getting it! Deadline is reporting that Tim Burton (Yes, Burton!) is looking to bring a new […]

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Movie Review (Nightstream Film Festival): Bloody Hell

A man who wants to escape the attention of being a local infamous celebrity in Boise, Idaho, packs his bags for Finland, only to find himself getting more horrific and deadly attention there in director Alister Grierson’s U.S./Australian coproduction Bloody Hell. The film delivers strongly in both the fright-fare and humor departments, rating as a […]

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Thirty-Two Years In The Making, ‘Housesitter: The Night They Saved Siegfried’s Brain’ Finally Sees Release

    Filmed entirely in 1987, Housesitter: The Night They Saved Siegfried’s Brain sat unfinished for thirty-two years. Now, with post-sound from Skywalker Sound and the final picture from the Paramount Pictures color department, it is at last completed!   Combining the 1980’s horror and 1950’s sci-fi, it is the story of Andy, an idealist […]

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