‘Scream’ Legacy Actors Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette on Reprising Their Roles [Interview]

Scream‘s Sidney Prescott, Gale Weathers, and Dewey Riley have endured countless stabs and gunshot wounds between them, enduring and outlasting multiple Ghostface encounters across four movies spanning twenty-five years. Now they’re back once again to help a new generation fend off Ghostface. It’s safe to say that no one knows these characters or this franchise […]

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Sonia Ammar and Mikey Madison Talk ‘Scream’ and Growing Up as Fans of the Franchise [Interview]

Scream marks Sonia Ammar‘s first major feature role and Mikey Madison‘s first horror credit, but both grew up adoring the franchise from a very young age. The actors play Liv and Amber, respectively, as part of the new generation of Woodsboro teens. Ahead of Scream‘s release in theaters on January 14, Bloody Disgusting chatted with […]

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Kevin Williamson Details His Original Plans for ‘Scream 5’ & ‘Scream 6’! [Interview]

In case you thought we had exhausted ourselves on all things Scream after spending four hours(!!!) discussing Scream 4 last week, think again! In a special Horror Queers bonus episode, Joe and I have Scream scribe Kevin Williamson on the line in celebration of the new film, which hits theaters today! The Scream franchise, while beloved, is not […]

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‘Scream’ – Melissa Barrera and Jack Quaid on the Secretive Early Stages of the Movie’s Production [Interview]

In the world of Scream, everyone’s a suspect. That simple setup sums up the entire premise of popular online game Among Us, which makes every player sus. Because the production was so wrapped in secrecy that no one knew who the actual killer was, franchise newcomers Melissa Barrera (In the Heights) and Jack Quaid (“The […]

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‘Scream’ – Jasmin Savoy Brown and Mason Gooding Talk Carrying on the Meeks Family Legacy in the New Movie [Interview]

Yellowjackets star Jasmin Savoy Brown and Booksmart‘s Mason Gooding play siblings Mindy and Chad Meeks-Martin in the new Scream, releasing in theaters on January 14. That last name should sound familiar to Scream franchise fans; Mindy and Chad are related to Randy Meeks (Jamie Kennedy) from the original two Scream movies. Randy Meeks became a fan […]

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‘Scream’: Marley Shelton on Returning to the Franchise and Judy Hicks Becoming a Mother and Sheriff [Interview]

Marley Shelton reprises her role as Scream 4 character Judy Hicks in the new Scream, but with some noticeable changes now over ten years later. She’s now the Sheriff of Woodsboro and also happens to be the mother of a teen son, Wes (Dylan Minnette). Ahead of the January 14 theatrical release of Scream, Shelton […]

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For Wes: Filmmakers Radio Silence Share the ‘Scream’ Filmmaking Rules They Learned from Wes Craven [Exclusive]

Directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin & Tyler Gillett and executive producer Chad Villella, collectively known as Radio Silence, have been vocal from the start that their Scream is “For Wes.” They credit horror master Wes Craven and his 1996 slasher as the direct inspiration for their careers as filmmakers. They have sought to honor his legacy with their new movie, even extensively studying the late […]

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‘Days with Ghosts’ – Alexandra Smith Stuffs Stockings With Her Spooky New Children’s Book [Interview]

It’s tough, letting go of Spooky Season. While every horror fan’s favorite holiday is nearly two months gone now, the feeling of this recent loss is still palpable, as it has been before and shall always continue to be from year to year. That yearning to hold onto Halloween can be intense, even through the […]

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‘Hellraiser: Bloodline’ – Writer Peter Atkins Talks Production Nightmares and the Original Screenplay You Can Now Read [Interview]

Widely known as a deeply maligned production, 1996’s Hellraiser: Bloodline was the last theatrical feature in the Clive Barker-originated franchise, and the last to boast its creator’s input, before the ensuing sequels went the direct-to-video route with a number of low budget follow-ups which often suffered from diminishing returns. For years, fans have wished for […]

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Keith David on “Creepshow” Season Two Character and Why He Loves Horror [Interview]

From The Thing and They Live to Tales from the Hood 2 and Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror, actor Keith David is a commanding and enduring presence in the genre. That includes his enigmatic role in the second season of Shudder’s horror anthology series “Creepshow,” available now on DVD and Blu-ray. For the sophomore season’s home release, Bloody Disgusting talked to the actor about his role […]

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Don Mancini Breaks Down Some of “Chucky” Season One’s Biggest Questions [Exclusive]

The inaugural season of “Chucky” packed multiple storylines, twists, and surprise reveals into just eight episodes. Killer Good Guy doll Chucky (voiced by Brad Dourif) returned to his hometown to begin a new reign of slaughter and Tiffany (Jennifer Tilly) came to his aid, while Nica (Fiona Dourif) fought for control of her own body. […]

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Catherine Corman on Growing Up Corman and Shooting Short Film “Lost Horizon” on Super 8 [Interview]

Catherine Corman is a photographer, filmmaker, and talented artist in her own right. She is also the daughter of the legendary filmmaker and launcher of careers Roger Corman and producer Julie Corman. Catherine recently made a short film titled “Lost Horizon” starring her father and sister, Mary Tessa Corman, which is currently in competition for […]

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Don Mancini Reveals How “Hannibal” Inspired Chucky’s Move to the Small Screen [Interview]

The seventh installment in the Chucky franchise, Cult of Chucky, ended with some significant dangling threads and the tease of a major returning player. Instead of following it up with another movie, director Don Mancini instead let the killer Good Guy loose on television. It was a smart move; the first season of “Chucky” interwove new characters with […]

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“We Don’t Need to Be Rescued” – Kelli Maroney Reflects on ‘Night of the Comet’ and Inspiring Buffy the Vampire Slayer [Interview]

Released in 1984 and having just celebrated its 37th anniversary, Thom Eberhardt’s endearing sci-fi/horror comedy Night of the Comet tells the story of Regina “Reggie” Belmont (Catherine Mary Stewart) and her sixteen-year-old sister Samantha (aka Sam), two young women who find themselves surviving a comet-induced extinction-level event only to run afoul of zombies created by […]

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[Interview] Gaming In The Deep: An Interview With FLOAT Designer And Creator Freddie Carlini

For as much as I love playing with friends online via trading card game simulators or other video games, there’s nothing like the in-person tabletop experience. Whether it be something like Dungeons & Dragons or Arkham Horror, sitting around a table with a group of friends, playing through a story, maybe even taking on some […]

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