Archive | February, 2020


‘Invisible Man’ Director Leigh Whannell Signs Deal With Blumhouse

If you’re a true horror fan then you will recognize the name of Leigh Whannell, the writer-director-actor who co-created the Saw franchise, the Insidious franchise and the films Cooties, Upgrade, and most recently directed The Invisible Man. Whannell has just signed an over deal with Blumhouse for the next two years projects, some films, some […]

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Courtney Cox Returning To Horror In “Shining Vale” Series

Courtney Cox, best known for her roles on “Friends” and as Gale Weathers in Wes Craven’s Scream franchise, is making her return to the genre with Starz’s “Shining Vale” series. The series from co-creators Sharon Horgan (“Divorce”) and Jeff Astrof (“Trial & Error”). Deadline is reporting that Dearbhla Walsh (“The Handmaid’s Tale”) will direct the pilot. […]

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Steven Spielberg Pens A Letter To The Public Ahead Of “Amazing Stories” Premiere

We would like to share a letter from brilliant filmmaker Steven Spielberg addressing the public about his new series “Amazing Stories” ahead of its March Premiere.       Spielberg produced the reboot/revival of the 1985 sci-fi horror series “Amazing Stories” for Apple TV+. Kerry Lynn Bishe, Dylan O’Brien, Josh Holloway, Victoria Pedretti, Sasha Alexander, and the late Robert […]

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Milla Jovovich & Tony Jaa Look Badass In The First Character Posters For ‘Monster Hunters’

  Resident Evil star Milla Jovovich takes up arms in writer-director Paul W.S. Anderson‘s (Resident Evil) adaptation of the Monster Hunter video game. We’ve got the first character posters featuring Jovovich and Tony Jaa and they are badass AF (below). “Behind our world, there is another: a world of dangerous and powerful monsters that rule their […]

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SyFy’s New “Day Of The Dead” Series Will Takes Us Back To The Beginning

First Syfy set its sights on a “Chucky” series, now they are breathing new life into George A. Romero‘s “Day of the Dead” by greenlighting the first 10-episode season of a new series based on the 1985 classic. he original film followed a small group of military officers and scientists living in an underground bunker […]

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People Are Literally Afraid Of Corona Beer

Beer… one of the cornerstones of human civilization, created to help make possibly contaminated water drinkable before turning into a well-enjoyed party starter throughout history. Unfortunately, there’s another cornerstone of human civilization that found its way throughout history as well… ignorance.         How do the two collide? Well, in my last article […]

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The Turning Blu-Ray Features An Alternative Ending

    The Steven Spielberg-produced horror thriller The Turning left critics with a sour taste in their mouths due to the film’s ending. Director Floria Sigismondi has now revealed that the Blu-ray will feature an alternative ending that may be a game-changer. Finn Wolfhard, Mackenzie Davis, and Brooklynn Prince lead the cast. “At a mysterious estate in the […]

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Premiere Date And Trailer Arrive For Amazon’s “Tales From The Loop”

      “One day, years from now, you’ll wonder if this really happened.” Amazon ordered the eight-episode series “Tales from the Loop” last summer. The series, based on the paintings by artist Simon Stålenhag finally has a premiere date and a trailer. Starring Rebecca Hall (The Gift), Paul Schneider (“Channel Zero: Candle Cove”) and Jonathan Pryce (“Game of Thrones”), […]

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‘Candyman’ Is Unleashed In The New Trailer

    An artist unleashes Candyman with a gallery show in the first trailer for director Nia DaCosta‘s Candyman “spiritual sequel.” The movie returns to the neighborhood where the legend began, where Cabrini-Green housing projects once stood. We all know not to say the legend’s name five times, but the people in the movie co-written and produced […]

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This April A Black Comedy Asks ‘Why Don’t You Just Die?’

    Writer-director Kirill Sokolov is making his feature debut with Why Don’t You Just Die!, a blood-soaked black comedy that is a rousing tale of family, modern relationships and the dark places they can take you to when things turn sour. In the film, “Matvey (Aleksandr Kuznetsov) has just one objective: to gain entry […]

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