‘Silent Night, Deadly Night 5: The Toymaker’ is a Misunderstood, Overlooked Holiday Classic

We all have those horror movies that scarred us for life. Whether your blood ran cold from the macabre family dinner in The Texas Chain Saw Massacre or you found yourself disturbed and nauseous while watching Regan’s head spin in The Exorcist, these terrible frights became the catalyst for a lifetime of loving horror. When […]

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Universal Pictures Developing a New Take on ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ With John Legend Producing

The classic Phantom of the Opera is headed back to the screen with a project simply titled Phantom, Deadline reports today, now in development over at Universal Pictures. The spec script was written by John Fusco, with Harvey Mason Jr of Harvey Mason Media, and John Legend and his Get Lifted Film Co producing partner Mike Jackson attached. Phantom […]

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“The Fall of the House of Usher” – Full Cast for Mike Flanagan’s Edgar Allan Poe Series Also Includes Henry Thomas and Kate Siegel!

Fresh off the incredible “Midnight Mass,” Netflix will next be reteaming with Mike Flanagan for “The Fall of the House of Usher,” a new series based on the works of Edgar Allan Poe. The limited series from Intrepid Pictures is “based on multiple works from Poe.” 8 episodes have been ordered. Flanagan and Michael Fimognari will each direct four […]

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Kane Hodder is Playing Leatherface in Gun’s ‘The Texas Chain Saw Massacre’ Video Game!

Announced last night during The Game Awards, Gun Interactive (Friday the 13th: The Game) is working with Sumo Nottingham on an asymmetrical multiplayer video game based on the original The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, soon headed to PC and current-gen consoles. In addition to being able to play as the original Leatherface, we’re told that […]

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Watch Three ‘Scream’ TV Spots in HD Including the One With the Mysterious Silver Ghostface Mask [Videos]

We’re now just about one month away from the return of the Scream franchise, with next year’s franchise relaunch/legacy sequel coming exclusively to theaters on January 14, 2022. Various TV spots and YouTube ads are floating around out there on the internet, and YouTube’s Joey Noberini II has collected three of them together, finally presented in HD quality. […]

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‘Mother/Android’ Clip: Chloe Grace Moretz Narrowly Escapes Two Evil Androids [Exclusive]

Fresh off writing The Batman for Warner Bros/DC, Mattson Tomlin set up his feature directorial debut, a sci-fi/thriller starring Chloe Grace Moretz titled Mother/Android. In the film, “Moretz stars as Georgia who, with her boyfriend Sam (Algee Smith), goes on a treacherous journey to escape their country, which is caught in an unexpected war with artificial intelligence. Days away from the arrival […]

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8 Holiday Horror Movies to Stream on Hulu This Month!

‘Tis the season to watch holiday-themed horror, and we’re here to make that even easier for you. We’re breaking down the best holiday horror selections across the many streaming apps, and we kicked things off with AMC’s Shudder last week. Up next, Hulu offers a Holiday streaming hub of their own, including a “haunted holiday” […]

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“Astrid & Lilly Save the World” in New Monster-Hunting Original Series from SYFY [Teaser]

Meet the heroes you didn’t know you needed. The director of this year’s Slumber Party Massacre, Danishka Esterhazy was the Producing Director on “Astrid & Lilly Save the World,” a new original series coming to SYFY next month. The series premieres January 26 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on USA & SYFY (premiere simulcast only). “High […]

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BBC’s ‘The Stone Tape’: A Scientific Ghost Story for Christmas [Horrors Elsewhere]

Horrors Elsewhere is a recurring column that spotlights a variety of movies from all around the globe, particularly those not from the United States. Fears may not be universal, but one thing is for sure — a scream is understood, always and everywhere. Nothing quite evokes a bodily chill like a good ol’ fashioned ghost […]

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Stephen King Delivers a Devastating Dark Tower Detour With ‘Hearts in Atlantis’ [The Losers’ Club Podcast]

“What if there were no grownups? Suppose the whole idea of grownups was an illusion?” Is “Low Men in Yellow Coats” a good title or a dumb one? Is it a novel or a novella? And is it best remembered as a gutting portrait of lost innocence or an integral stop on the road to […]

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ICP Performs a Peaceful Protest at the Lincoln Memorial in Clip From Doc ‘The United States of Insanity’; Now on VOD Platforms [Video]

A million Juggalos can’t be wrong… Get ready for The United States of Insanity, the outrageous first amendment rights documentary featuring Insane Clown Posse’s Violent J, Shaggy 2 Dope, and their one million die-hard fans (Juggalos) that were classified as a gang organization by the FBI. After its Fantastic Fest World Premiere and limited theatrical run, the film has now […]

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“Wednesday”: Thora Birch Exits Tim Burton’s Live Action ‘Addams Family’ Series for Netflix

Tim Burton is headed to the small screen with a new live-action series centered on Wednesday Addams, which is coming soon from Netflix. The series, which is simply titled “Wednesday,” will follow the beloved Addams Family character’s “spooky coming-of-age.” Eight episodes have been ordered up by Netflix, and we’ve got a casting update today. Thora Birch (Ghost World, The Walking […]

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[Review] With Great Survival Horror and Action, Shudder’s ‘Death Valley’ Knows How to Thrill

When it comes to cool monster flicks, the name Matthew Ninaber should ring a bell. You may have seen him around this year already – not in his regular looking human body by any means, but all dressed up as the iconic PG of Psycho Goreman! Ninaber is much more than a supernatural powerhouse though, […]

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Netflix Has Cancelled Their “Cowboy Bebop” Series Less Than a Month After It Premiered

A 10-episode live-action “Cowboy Bebop” series from writer and executive producer Christopher Yost (Thor: The Dark World, Thor: Ragnarok) just came to Netflix on November 19, with John Cho (Searching) leading the cast as Spike Spiegel. It seemed “Bebop” was going to be a potential hit franchise for Netflix but, well, things don’t always go as planned. After just one season, […]

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