Cocalero And Capcom Again Releasing a Limited-Edition Cocalero Clásico Bottle For Halloween

So, you remember the limited-edition drink Cocalero and Capcom teamed up on back in July to coincide with the release of Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness (read our review here)? Well, they’re at it again for Halloween. Via a press release, Cocalero Clásico and Capcom will once again collaborate to produce a limited edition bottle in […]

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Polish Slasher Sequel ‘Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight Part 2’ Begins Where the First Film Ended [Trailer]

Announced recently as part of Netflix‘s “Netflix and Chills” lineup for the Halloween season, a sequel to last year’s Polish slasher Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight is on the way. Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight Part 2 will premiere October 27. The killers are still out there… Watch the trailer below! The upcoming sequel is a continuation of […]

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[Review] “Locke & Key” Raises the Stakes in Darker But Uneven & Rushed Second Season

The inaugural season of Netflix‘s adaptation of writer Joe Hill and illustrator Gabriel Rodriguez‘s bestselling comic series took a more whimsical approach to the material. The first ten episodes saw the Locke children discover the magic and secrets of the Lockhouse estate. At the same time, demonic Dodge (Layla De Oliveira) sought to obtain the magical keys for nefarious […]

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Fun and Stylish New “Cowboy Bebop” Teaser from Netflix Documents “The Lost Session”

A 10-episode live-action “Cowboy Bebop” series from writer and executive producer Christopher Yost (Thor: The Dark World, Thor: Ragnarok) is on the way to Netflix, with John Cho (Searching) set to lead the cast as Spike Spiegel. “Cowboy Bebop” will be premiering on November 19, 2021, and a brand new teaser video has been unleashed today. The video is titled “Cowboy Bebop: The […]

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Netflix Looking at Possible Video Game Adaptation For ‘Squid Game’

Fans of Netflix’s new Squid Game may have more in store for them. According to a recent interview conducted by The Hollywood Reporter with Netflix’s Asia executive Minyoung Kim, not only is a second season of the show possible, but Netflix is also looking at the possibility of a video game adaptation. The show, with […]

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[Review] Netflix’s ‘Night Teeth’ Is High on Style But Anemic on Energy

The latest in Netflix’s crowded month of Halloween offerings, Night Teeth brings a stylized vampire tale that favors thrills over chills. An unwitting protagonist finds himself a fish out of water when dragged into the ultra-cool glitz and glamor of Los Angeles’s nightlife and thrust into the middle of a vampiric coup d’etat. But it keeps its […]

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Henry Cavill’s Geralt is Destined to Protect on New Poster for “The Witcher” Season 2

The second season of “The Witcher” is coming to Netflix in time for the holidays, the new episodes arriving December 17. While you wait, find a brand new piece of poster art below. The series has already been renewed for a third season, plus more spinoff shows! Based on the best-selling fantasy series of books, “The Witcher” is an […]

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The Mind Behind ‘The Guardians of Justice’: An Interview With Adi Shankar – Part 2

Welcome back to part-two of my interview with Adi Shankar, creator, producer, writer, and director on The Guardians of Justice (which made its debut at Cannes this week and will release on Netflix next year). Though the show takes shape in the form of a superhero narrative, its scope goes beyond that of generic superhero […]

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“The Fall of the House of Usher”: Mike Flanagan Previews His “Insane” and “Horrific” New Netflix Series [Exclusive]

Fresh off “Midnight Mass,” Netflix will be reteaming with Mike Flanagan for “The Fall of the House of Usher,” a just-announced 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 episodes. What […]

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‘Mr. Puzzles’: A Bot Watched 400,000 Hours of Horror Movies and Wrote This Short for Netflix! [Video]

His name is Mr. Puzzles. And he wants you to be less alive. Working with writer Keaton Patti, Netflix is serving up a hilarious little treat this Halloween season in the form of a short animated horror movie… written entirely by bots?! Netflix explains, “We worked with Keaton Patti to make a bot watch over […]

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Kevin Smith’s “Masters of the Universe: Revelation” Returns to Netflix in November [Poster]

Netflix has announced today that Kevin Smith‘s animated series “Masters of the Universe: Revelation,” which premiered in July, returns for its epic conclusion this coming November. Part 2 is officially premiering on Netflix November 23, 2021. The brand new animated series from Kevin Smith, Netflix, and Mattel Television serves as a direct continuation to the […]

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13 New Horror Movies and Shows Releasing This Week Including Five Horror Franchise Returns!

For daily release updates delivered straight to your feed, follow @HorrorCalendar. The second full week of October is upon us, and once again there’s no shortage of brand new horror being brought to the table on the road to the best day of the year: Halloween, of course! In fact, this week is loaded with big […]

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“The Fall of the House of Usher”: Netflix and Mike Flanagan Developing Series Based on Edgar Allan Poe Stories!

Fresh off “Midnight Mass,” Netflix has announced today they’re 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.” “The Fall of the House of Usher” marks the fifth […]

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