Devon Sawa Returning for “Chucky” Season Two as a New Character

Despite dying not once, but twice, in the inaugural season of “Chucky,“ a familiar name joins the cast for season two. Devon Sawa played twins Logan and Lucas Wheeler in season one, both meeting gruesome demises. EW reports that Sawa will return to play a new character in Season 2 of the USA/Syfy show. Sawa […]

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Devon Sawa, Bruce Willis and Luke Wilson Star in the Crime Thriller ‘Gasoline Alley’ [Trailer]

Devon Sawa (Hunter Hunter, Black Friday, “Chucky”) is back in the upcoming crime thriller Gasoline Alley, and Screen Rant has shared the official trailer and release details today. Gasoline Alley comes to digital platforms and on demand February 25, 2022. Sawa stars alongside Bruce Willis and Luke Wilson in the film, directed by Edward Drake. Screen […]

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Holiday Horror-Comedy ‘Black Friday’ Starring Bruce Campbell and Devon Sawa Comes to Blu-ray in January

“There’s no day more harmful to retail workers than this one.” Released for Black Friday just last month, Casey Tebo‘s horror-comedy Black Friday is a fun one for the holiday season, and I suspect it’s going to become an annual watch for horror fans who can’t get enough of holiday-themed horror. Starring Bruce Campbell and […]

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Devon Sawa Teases Upcoming Horror Movie from the Makers of ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’

Devon Sawa has been having a hell of a run in the horror genre in recent years, appearing in The Fanatic, Hunter Hunter and Don Mancini’s ongoing “Chucky” series, as well as starring alongside Bruce Campbell in the horror-comedy Black Friday that’s out now on VOD. What’s next from Sawa on the horror front? Chatting […]

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“Chucky” Paid Tribute to Killer Doll Movie ‘Magic’ With This Week’s Bloody Character Death [Spoilers]

Before there was Child’s Play there was Magic, a 1978 killer doll movie starring Anthony Hopkins that was directed by Richard Attenborough and landed Hopkins a Golden Globe nomination. The film centers on a dummy named Fats, which has such an evil influence over Hopkins’s character that he begins killing at the doll’s insistence. Don […]

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The Queer Horror of “Chucky”: Episode 7 – “Twice The Grieving, Double The Loss”

Each week Joe Lipsett will highlight a key scene or interaction in Don Mancini’s Chucky series to consider how the show is engaging with and contributing to queer horror. We’re into the homestretch now. This penultimate episode of Chucky’s first season* really kicks the plot into overdrive as everyone descends upon Hackensack and the show […]

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Jennifer Tilly and Devon Sawa Share a Kiss in Preview for Tonight’s New Episode of “Chucky” [Video]

Don Mancini’s “Chucky” series just keeps getting wilder on the road to the Season 1 finale, which is fast approaching. Just two more episodes remain in the show’s debut season, with the penultimate episode of the first season coming to SYFY and USA TONIGHT, November 23. Chucky has begun brutally killing off the parents of the […]

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‘Black Friday’ – Bruce Campbell on Playing the Anti-Ash and Reuniting With ‘Evil Dead II’ Effects Artist [Interview]

In the wake of Hallmark Christmas movie One December Night, Bruce Campbell is back in the horror genre with Black Friday, a horror-comedy that was released on VOD today. Campbell stars alongside Devon Sawa (“Chucky”), Ivana Baquero (Pan’s Labyrinth), Ryan Lee (Goosebumps), Stephen Peck, and Michael Jai White (Spawn) in Casey Tebo‘s horror-comedy, a group of characters stuck in a toy […]

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7 New Horror Movies & Shows Releasing for Thanksgiving Week Including the ‘Resident Evil’ Reboot!

While Ghostbusters: Afterlife tops the box office in its first full week of release, you may be wondering what else we can expect on the road to Thanksgiving and Black Friday. It’s actually a surprisingly robust week for the horror genre, with the Resident Evil film franchise returning to theaters and a brand new Bruce […]

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‘Black Friday’ Trailer: Bruce Campbell and Devon Sawa Help Spread the Christmas Fear! [Exclusive]

George A. Romero took on American consumerism with his masterpiece Dawn of the Dead and now filmmaker Casey Tebo looks to put a modern spin on it with Black Friday, which kicks off the holiday season by spreading some Christmas fear. Bloody Disgusting scored an exclusive world premiere of the film’s first trailer and poster art, […]

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The Queer Horror of “Chucky”: Episode 2 – “Give Me Something Good To Eat”

Each week Joe Lipsett will highlight a key scene or interaction in Don Mancini’s Chucky series to consider how the show is engaging with and contributing to queer horror. After last week’s premiere tackled concerns about coming out to unsupportive parents, it’s fascinating to see parents back at the center of attention – albeit in […]

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[Review] This Week’s Halloween Episode of “Chucky” Is a Killer Treat!

With introductions and setup out of the way, our favorite Good Guy doll can cut loose. Literally. Episode two of “Chucky”, “Give Me Something Good to Eat,” deepens character dynamics, unleashes Chucky’s personality in full force, sharpens its narrative, and gives the pint-sized murderer a loathsome target. More importantly, Chucky infectiously embraces the Halloween spirit. […]

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The Queer Horror of “Chucky”: Episode 1, “Death By Misadventure”

Each week Joe Lipsett will highlight a key scene or interaction in Don Mancini’s Chucky series to consider how the show is engaging with and contributing to queer horror. There are plenty of thrilling moments in the premiere of Don Mancini’s Chucky series on Syfy. In addition to homages to both the series’ films and […]

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[Review] “Chucky” Premiere Brings the Killer Doll Home to Play in Multiple Sandboxes at Once

Seven movies deep, Don Mancini’s Chucky series remains arguably the most cohesive of the horror franchises. Now it continues in TV series form, with an eight-episode inaugural season. Between the new story and ideas introduced to an already rich history, a backstory, and franchise veterans teased to arrive in the wake of Cult of Chucky, the […]

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[Fantastic Fest Review] ‘Black Friday’ Gifts Audiences With Toothless Satire

If there was ever a day of the year that deserved the horror movie treatment, Black Friday is the one. We’ve all seen the news footage of angry, zombie-like shoppers storming retail stores, desperate to get their hands on the latest deals with absolutely no regard for the overworked staffers. While this has been less […]

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