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Mike Flanagan Announces “The Hauniting Of Bly House” Has Wrapped Filming.

      “The Haunting of Hill House” fans are eagerly awaiting the second season of Mike Flanagan‘s horror anthology,  The Haunting of Bly Manor“.”We can report today that filming has officially wrapped. Flanagan made the announcement via Twitter.   That’s a wrap on THE HAUNTING OF BLY MANOR. Congratulations to the cast and crew, […]

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“Dark Harvest” Being Adapted By ’30 Days Of Night’, “Hannibal” Director

  Norman Patridge‘s horror novel Dark Harvest is set to be adapted by David Slade, the director who brought us Hard Candy, 30 Days of Night, and “Hannibal”. Deadline is reporting that the adaptation, written by Michael Gilio, has found a home at MGM. The novel is set on Halloween 1963 in a small Midwestern […]

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Jeffrey Dean Morgan Hunts A Serial Killer In ‘The Postcard Killings’ Trailer

    “Walking Dead” actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan stars alongside Famke Janssen (Hause on Haunted Hill) in The Postcard Killings, the film adaptation of the best-selling book by James Patterson and Liza Marklund. In the trailer, we meet a troubled detective on the hunt for a twisted serial killer. NYPD Detective Jacob Kanon (Morgan), whose […]

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Movie Review: ‘Eat, Brains, Love’

Rodman Flender (Idle Hands, ‘Scream: The TV Series’) brought Gunpowder & Sky, ALTER, DIGA Studios, and Full Fathom Five’s zombie rom-com Eat, Brains, Love to viewers digitally on Valentine’s day. The flick, based on the novel of the same name by Jeff Hart, follows stoner loser Jake, and cheerleader captain Amanda after they become zombies […]

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‘Antlers’ Director Adapting ‘A Head Full Of Ghosts’ – First Star Announced

    Director Osgood Perkins was set to next direct A Head Full of Ghosts, the adaptation of Paul Tremblay‘s novel. Perkins has now stepped away with Antlers director Scott Cooper stepping up to revise the script and direct, Deadline reports. The site also revealed that Once Upon a Time in Hollywood actress Margaret Qualley […]

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Jennifer Tilly Confirms She’s Returning For Syfy’s “Chucky” Series

Syfy officially ordered their new “Chucky” series last month, from franchise creator Don Mancini and “Channel Zero” creator Nick Antosca. Franchise star Jennifer Tilly has now confirmed that she will be appearing in the series. Her role as Tiffany (both the human and the doll) is iconic.   I’m so excited,” Tilly told Page Six this […]

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An Interview With Damian Kindler, Series Creator Of Netflix’s “October Faction”

Netflix’s new series “October Faction” has it all, action, monsters, love, drama, magic. The series’ creator Damian Kindler (“American Gods”, “Sleepy Hollow”) took us inside the series and it’s making during our interview, which I’d love to share with you. Based on the graphic novel by Steve Niles, the series follows a family of monster […]

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The Invisible Man Gets Exclusive Art For IMAX Release

  Today, IMAX has revealed exclusive artwork for The Invisible Man, which will creep into IMAX theatres beginning February 28th, for a limited time only. IMAX audiences will feel what they can’t see in a thrilling, edge-of-your-seat experience that can only be delivered in IMAX’s immersive theatres. The IMAX release of The Invisible Man will be digitally re-mastered into the […]

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‘Idle Hands’ Director’s Zombie Movie ‘Eat, Brains, Love’ Coming To Digital

    Grab your Valentine and get ready, Gunpowder & Sky’s horror brand ALTER, DIGA Studios and Full Fathom Five announced today that their teen zombie flick Eat, Brains, Love from director Rodman Flender (Idle Hands, “Scream: The TV Series”) is set to be released globally next week. “The good news: Jake’s dream girl, Amanda, finally knows […]

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Amazon Adapting Meg Gardiner’s ‘The Dark Corners Of The Night’

Ahead of being published on February 18th, Meg Gardiner‘s novel The Dark Corners of the Night, the third book in a series, has already been picked up for a series adaptation with Amazon Studios acquiring the rights earlier this week, according to Deadline. “The first book, UNSUB, follows a female detective on the trail of […]

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