‘The Batman’: The Penguin May Be Getting His Own Spinoff Series at HBO Max

From director Matt Reeves, The Batman is currently set to release in theaters on March 4, 2022, and various spinoff projects are already in the works. In addition to the previously announced spinoff series set in Gotham City, Variety reports tonight that HBO Max is also developing a spinoff series centered on Penguin, being played by Colin […]

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Mike Mendez Unleashes a Demon Inside a Hospital With Next Horror Movie ‘The Devil’s Trap’

Filmmaker Mike Mendez (The Convent, Big Ass Spider!, Don’t Kill It) – who can currently be seen in James Wan’s Malignant! – is back with an upcoming horror movie titled The Devil’s Trap, and Deadline brings us the info this week. For starters, production is currently getting underway on the film, which features a cast including […]

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‘Beetlejuice: The Musical’ Will Return to Broadway in 2022!

He’s back… and deader than ever. Well over a year after the Broadway run came to an end, the Tony-nominated Beetlejuice: The Musical (read our review) is headed back to Broadway, THR is reporting today! According to the site, Beetlejuice: The Musical will take the stage at the Marriott Marquis Theatre beginning Friday, April 8, 2022, with […]

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Chainsaws, Space Vampires and Killer Crocodiles: Ranking All 16 of Tobe Hooper’s Horror Movies

Tobe Hooper is my favorite director. Not just my favorite Master of Horror, not just my favorite director in the horror genre, my favorite director period. That makes ranking his filmography an almost impossible task, because even those titles that rank lower on the list are still movies I love – or, at the very […]

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[Watch] Mini-Doc Takes a Look at The Making of ‘Batman: The Video Game’ For The NES

It must be the day where you sit back d d watch some making-of documentaries for classic video games. YouTuber Lord Kayoss (whom you might remember from his video of Jason Voorhees playing Mortal Kombat X a few years back) has recently waded into things with a documentary on the making of the Sunsoft adaptation […]

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Nia DaCosta’s ‘Candyman’ Coming Home to On Demand This Friday!

Candyman returned to theaters on August 27, 2021 with Nia DaCosta’s Candyman (read Meagan’s review), a sequel to the original classic that gives rise to a whole new monster. We’ve learned today that DaCosta’s Candyman is now already headed home… Candyman comes to On Demand platforms this Friday, September 17! In Candyman, co-written by Jordan Peele, “For as long […]

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[TIFF Review] Netflix’s Single-Location Thriller ‘The Guilty’ is a Showcase for Jake Gyllenhaal

The Guilty originated as a critically acclaimed, intense Danish thriller that marked the feature debut by Gustav Möller. A seemingly simple premise set entirely within a single-location frayed nerves thanks to a confluence of impeccable ingredients. So, it’s not surprising that remake rights were snatched up almost immediately. The result is a Jake Gyllenhaal vehicle directed by Antoine Fuqua, […]

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This ‘Escape Room: Tournament of Champions’ Deleted Scene Puts ‘Orphan’ Star Isabelle Fuhrman Back into the Movie [Video]

Adam Robitel‘s sequel Escape Room: Tournament of Champions is coming home for Halloween, and as we learned last week, a new alternate version of the movie will be included. With both Theatrical and Extended cuts, Tournament of Champions will be released digitally on September 21st, and it’s then coming to Blu-ray on October 5th. As director Adam Robitel explains […]

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“Welcome to the Blumhouse”: Poster for ‘Madres’ Gives Birth to a Bloody Nightmare [Exclusive]

The partnership between Blumhouse and Amazon Prime continues when “Welcome to the Blumhouse” returns with four brand new horror movies, kicking off on October 1st. Produced by Blumhouse Television and Amazon Studios, Bingo Hell, Black as Night, Madres and The Manor premiere worldwide this October, exclusively on Amazon Prime. The “Welcome to the Blumhouse” slate once again showcases both well-established and breakout […]

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‘Don’t Breathe 2’ Brings Down the Hammer on 4K & Blu-ray With Extended Ending and More

Now available on demand, Sony Pictures is next bringing director Rodo Sayagues‘s sequel Don’t Breathe 2 to physical media, with that release set for just over one month from today. Don’t Breathe 2 comes to 4K and Blu-ray on October 26. Special Features include… Designing Deception (5 minutes) Friends & Filmmakers (5 minutes) Bad Man […]

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The Dreadful Comfort of Slow Burn Horror and ‘It Follows’ [Horror Queers Podcast]

Bait Bus. We’re deep into September after an August filled with queer dinner parties, bees and flies. After last week’s escape to Germany with Der Samurai, we’re back on US soil and firmly rooted in the suburbs of Detroit with David Robert Mitchell‘s contemporary classic, It Follows. We’re joined by Trace’s hubbie Ari Drew, who helps […]

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[Trailer] Carnage Skin Teased in New Trailer For Upcoming ‘Fortnite’ Season

Just in time for the upcoming Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Epic Games’ Fortnite is teasing Carnage’s appearance in the upcoming Chapter 2 Season 8. Twitter user HYPEX posted the new teaser trailer for the upcoming season, which despite only being nine seconds long, clearly shows off Carnage. Neither Epic Games nor Fortnite have confirmed […]

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From Ghoul to Grinch: Five Essential Boris Karloff Roles Beyond the Monster

In Universal’s Frankenstein, Boris Karloff’s breakthrough role as the Monster kickstarted his ascension into one of cinema’s greatest horror icons. The upcoming documentary Boris Karloff: The Man Behind The Monster will celebrate his legacy. Directed by Thomas Hamilton, the documentary seeks to unlock the mystery at the heart of Boris Karloff, digging into the late actor’s life and […]

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[TIFF Review] Netflix’s Korean Drama Series ‘Hellbound’ Has a Great Premise, But Struggles With Its Execution

As far as TV properties go, Hellbound has a pretty awesome hook. The gist of the six-episode live-action Netflix series is as follows: What would happen if angels began appearing, informing individuals that they would die for their sins in a few days, and when the time arrived, those people were beaten to death by […]

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Olivia Wilde’s Thriller ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Starring Florence Pugh Will Release in 2022 [Teaser]

Olivia Wilde (Booksmart) directed and also stars in the psychological thriller Don’t Worry Darling for New Line Cinema, which has a cast including Florence Pugh, Harry Styles, Chris Pine, KiKi Layne and Gemma Chan. Announced today, Don’t Worry Darling will be released in theaters on September 23, 2022. You can check out a short teaser trailer down below. Here’s the logline: “A 1950s […]

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