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LUCIFER: Guest star Geoffrey Owens in the "Deceptive Little Parasite episode of LUCIFER airing Monday, May 8 (9:01-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (Photo by FOX via Getty Images)

“Cosby” Actor Joins American Remake Of Hide And Seek

CJ Entertainment’s horror-thriller American remake Hide and Seek is currentily filming in New Your City. News has come that “Cosby Show” actor Geoffrey Owens has been added to the cast that already includes Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Jacinda Barrett (“Bloodline”), Joe Pantoliano (“The Sopranos”) and Mustafa Shakir (“Luke Cage”). Owens has been cast as the head of security at a housing development who is desperate to protect […]

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Syfy Reviving Rod Serling’s “Night Gallery” Series

CBS and Jordan Peele are working to bring back “The Twilight Zone“, but they are not the only ones working to revive a Rod Serling series in the genre, Syfy is currently developing a revival of Serling’s “Night Gallery“. The newly revamped series comes from the creator and executive producer of “Teen Wolf” Jeff Davis and David […]

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Johannes Roberts Set To Direct ‘Resident Evil’ Reboot

Constantin Films has found a director for their Resident Evil franchise reboot and it happens to be one of our favorite directors, Johannes Roberts. Roberts will also be co-writing the movie, Variety reports. Roberts has a killer record when it comes to horror and thrillers. He’s the director that brought us 47 Meters Down, and The […]

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Jordan Peele’s Candyman “Reimagining” Gets A Release Date

Jordan Peele (Get Out) is ready to chant Candyman…Candyman…That’s right, the brilliant mind that brought us Get Out is remaking the classic. MGM has announced that they are partnering with Peele’s Monkeypaw Production and Win Rosenfeld to produce the re-imagining of Candyman, inspired by Clive Barker’s short story The Forbidden. Nia DaCosta (Little Woods) is […]

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Fede Alvarez Teases New Details About His ‘Evil Dead’ Franchise

2013’s Evil Dead, long considered a remake of the 1981 classic, put a female lead character (Jane Levy) in the place of the original’s character Ash Williams played by Bruce Campbell (interview). While the character lacked Campbell’s charisma, the film was twice as bloody, pleasing gorehounds. Director Fede Alvarez recently revealed when questioned by a […]

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Jen And Sylvia Soska’s ‘Rabid’ Remake Set To Infect The UK This Spring

    Jen and Sylvia Soska‘s remake of David Cronenberg’s 1977 film Rabid is set to infect Amazon UK viewers this Spring. Jigsaw‘s Laura Vandervoort stars as Rose, a seamstress who goes through a radical transformation with cosmetic surgery following a terrible accident. But perfection comes at a price. She develops a taste for human […]

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The ‘Leprechaun Returns’ Trailer Is As Good As Gold

      Lionsgate’s reboot Leprechaun Returns is set to arrive this December and judging by the trailer we’re in for a treat.  This Steven Kostanski-directed R-rated flick serves a direct sequel to the 1993 original film. In the movie, “The deadly, wisecracking Leprechaun is back in all his gory glory. When the sorority sisters […]

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‘Child’s Play’ Remake Gets A New Poster And Release Date

While Child’s Play franchise creator Don Mancini and Universal are hard at work on their new franchise series, Orion and MGM have teamed up for the Child’s Play remake whose release date has just been announced. With Polaroid director Lars Klevberg in the director’s chair, Chucky will make his return to theaters next June. But that’s […]

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‘Grudge’ Remake To Open On New Date

Sony has moved up the theatrical release of Grudge, from The Eyes of My Mother director Nicolas Pesce, will now open 2 months ahead of its original release date. The cast has some serious horror cred including Insidious actress Lin Shaye, The Nun‘s Demian Bichir, and John Cho who led season 2 of “The Exorcist.” Andrea Riseborough, Betty Gilpin (“Glow”), William Sadler (The […]

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