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Morgan Creek Adapting ‘Stay Tuned’ For New Series

    It’s been previously reported that Morgan Creek is currently working on TV series based on David Cronenberg’s “Dead Ringers” as well as Clive Barker’s “Nightbreed”. News has come today, via Deadline, that they are also working on a TV adaptation of Stay Tuned. “Fear the Walking Dead” co-showrunner and executive producer Ian Goldberg […]

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Men Become ‘The Prey’ In New Red Band Trailer For Indie Horror

    Writer-director Jimmy Henderson‘s (Jailbreak) The Prey is ready to supply pulse-pounding action in a new thrilling tale of a man fighting to survive human hunters. Check out the Red Band trailer! Loosely based on Richard Connell’s story of survival The Most Dangerous Game, The Prey, hails from the team behind the festival hit […]

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Award-Winning Horror ‘Widow’s Point’ Coming To DVD

    Widow’s Point, Gregory Lamberson‘s highly-anticipated, award-winning adaptation of the book of the same name is set to premiere on DVD and Digital this September, via 101 Films. Widow’s Point follows a writer who spends a weekend locked in a haunted lighthouse to help promote his next book and finds himself the target of […]

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Blu-Ray Review: The Outsider: The Complete First Season

    Warner Bros. is set to release the complete first season of the amazing, intense series “The Outsider” on home video tomorrow. Inspired by Stephen King’s best-selling novel, the ten-episode first season takes us on what law enforcement thinks is a straight forward investigation of the brutal murder of a young boy whose body […]

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‘Ghost In The Shell’ Celebrates 25th Anniversary With New Blu-Ray & 4K Ultra Release

    The cyberpunk anime Ghost in the Shell that influenced noteworthy filmmakers such as James Cameron and The Wachowskis is coming to Blu-ray™ and Digital 4K Ultra next month to celebrate its 25th anniversary! Based on the beloved manga from Japanese writer and illustrator Shirow Masamune, the film’s voice cast includes Atsuko Tanaka (Ghost […]

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‘Metamorphosis’ Release Date Announced Along With Pre-Orders

All In! Games have announced that their upcoming first-person dive into the world of Kafka, Metamorphosis has finally found itself a release date. The game is inspired by the short story of the same name by Franz Kafka, the game follows Gregor, a man who has suddenly been transformed into an insect and now travels […]

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New ‘Antlers’ Featurette Released During [email protected] Panel

    Director Scott Cooper‘s highly anticipated film Antlers, produced by Guillermo del Toro, has joined the list of film delayed due to the pandemic. Originally set to arrive this April, it will now debut February 2021. We do have some good news, a new featurette was unleashed during a [email protected] panel with Cooper and […]

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Blu-ray Review: Sukiyaki Western Django (2007)

1880’s Japan, but it’s like the American old West. That’s the main conceit of the blazing insanity that is Takashi Miike’s Sukiyaki Western Django… a picture that has about as much to do with Sergio Corbucci’s 1966 epic Django as anyone of the four billion sequels-in-name-only that followed it. Along with that lil’ elevator pitch […]

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Hulu Unleashes Dark First Trailer For New Series “Helstrom”

    This weekend during the [email protected] event, Hulu unveiled the trailer for Marvel’s new dark supernatural series “Helstrom,” based on the comic book created by Gary Friedrich and Roy Thomas. The amazing trailer teases a dark, brutal, horror-based series that we can’t wait to watch! During the panel, which you can watch below, showrunner […]

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Daniel Kraus Discusses Co-Writing George A. Romero’s Last Novel ‘The Living Dead’

    You don’t get more prolific in the zombie genre than writer-director George A. Romero, in fact, when you hear the word zombie it’s his name that comes to mind. Sadly, we lost Romero when he passed away on July 16, 2017. But the genius left behind several projects including the half-written novel The […]

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