Tom Fitzpatrick Shares Surprisingly Sweet Memories of Playing the Bride in Black in the ‘Insidious’ Sequels [Mask of Insanity]

Welcome to Mask of Insanity, a recurring feature which will find the men and women behind some of the most indelible slashers and monsters in the genre chatting about the craziest times they’ve had behind latex or resin. These tales will allow readers insight into the wild world of horror filmmaking, while hopefully providing fans with […]

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‘Halloween 8: Lord of the Dead’ – Daniel Farrands Recalls His Shocking Plans for The Shape [Phantom Limbs]

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‘Halloween Kills’: The Novelization – Writer Tim Waggoner on How the Book Expands Upon and Differs from the Movie [Interview]

With the recent release of David Gordon Green’s Halloween Kills still delighting and frustrating viewers in equal measure, there’s perhaps no better way for horror readers to usher in every genre fan’s favorite holiday than by giving the upcoming Halloween Kills novelization a peek. Penned by Tim Waggoner and boasting a fleshed out version of […]

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Colin Alexander Reimagines John Carpenter’s Iconic ‘Halloween’ Theme for an Unmade Reboot Pitch from 2012 [Exclusive]

Just after running our Phantom Limbs article covering the unproduced 2012 Halloween pitch penned by The Night House/Hellraiser writers Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski (read here), Mr. Piotrowski passed along a special treat for Bloody Disgusting readers to check out once they’ve read the story. Mr. Collins explains: “We did one other funny thing. I […]

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‘Hellraiser’ Writers Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski Carve into the ‘Halloween’ Reboot They Pitched in 2012 [Phantom Limbs]

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[Interview] Malek Akkad Talks With Bloody Disgusting About ‘Halloween Kills’ and the Future of Michael Myers

This Friday, October 15th, horror fans will finally be able to lay their eyes on Halloween Kills, the twelfth installment in the forty-three year old franchise and the direct follow-up to 2018’s series reboot Halloween. Delayed from its original October 2020 release by the coronavirus pandemic, this sequel finds director David Gordon Green once again […]

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Writer James Dearden Recalls Wolfgang Petersen’s Unmade ‘Phantom of the Opera’ Movie [Phantom Limbs]

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“A Megan Fox Nobody Has Ever Seen Before”: Nick Principe and Tom DeNucci Preview Action/Slasher ‘Johnny and Clyde’ [Interview]

With the recent releases of Freaky, Candyman and Malignant, as well as the upcoming debuts of Halloween Kills and Scream, the slasher subgenre appears to be enjoying a bit of a resurgence as of late. Next year, another such contender will be vying for horror fans’ hearts with its genre-bending story, wildly violent and practically […]

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Larry Fessenden Revisits ‘The Orphanage’ to Discuss the Remake He Never Ended Up Making [Phantom Limbs]

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[Image] The Very First Depiction of Clive Barker’s Candyman Was Far Different Than Tony Todd’s Portrayal

Of all the sweets to be found on Scream Factory’s Collector’s Edition Blu-ray release of Bernard Rose’s Candyman, one of the most interesting features is the audio commentary by authors Stephen Jones and Kim Newman. One of four bonus tracks on the disc, the duo’s talk is a lively discussion boasting interesting perspectives on the […]

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‘Candyman IV’: Tony Todd Revisits the Winter-Set Sequel That Was Never Made [Phantom Limbs]

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‘Candyman’ Director Bernard Rose Details His Unmade Sequel in More Depth Than Ever Before [Exclusive]

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“Dark Shadows: Reincarnation” – Mark B. Perry Reveals the Sequel Series That May Still Come to Life [Phantom Limbs]

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‘The Last Thing Mary Saw’: Stefanie Scott and Isabelle Fuhrman Preview Shudder’s “Fresh Take on the Period Horror Genre” [Interview]

Set in 1843 in an isolated farmhouse in the Puritan-founded town of Southold, New York, the upcoming horror film The Last Thing Mary Saw concerns the titular character (Insidious: Chapter 3’s Stefanie Scott) and her illicit affair with housemaid Eleanor (Orphan’s Isabelle Fuhrman). The discovery of their relationship brings condemnation and torturous punishment from Mary’s […]

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‘The Crow: Lazarus’ – James Gibson Details the DMX vs. Eminem Sequel That Never Took Flight [Phantom Limbs]

phantom limb /ˈfan(t)əm’lim/ n. an often painful sensation of the presence of a limb that has been amputated. Welcome to Phantom Limbs, a recurring feature which will take a look at intended yet unproduced horror sequels and remakes – extensions to genre films we love, appendages to horror franchises that we adore – that were sadly […]

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