Horror

A New York man who recently became a poster child for criminal justice reform is now under arrest in connection with a grisly murder. USA Today reports that 48-year-old Sheldon Johnson has been jailed without bond and is facing charges of second-degree murder, manslaughter, and criminal possession of a weapon. On March 5th, police identified
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Bloody Disgusting and Cineverse are raising the dead with celebrated zombie drama The Funeral, acquired out of Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale) for North America with plans to release the film this fall across all platforms, including its Bloody Disgusting-powered SCREAMBOX streaming service. The news was first reported by Variety this morning. The Funeral stars popular
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As of late, we are getting even more reimaginings, remakes, or new entries in long-dormant franchises. This brings me through a nostalgic trip of its own, not necessarily tied to movies but to games licensed by the franchise. But there is almost another echelon of games that just try to blatantly copy the films without
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Good spider films are a theme this year. First, we had Sting and then there was Infested. The former is still in theaters and the latter is coming to Shudder starting April 26. Infested has been getting some good reviews. People are saying that it’s not only a great creature feature but also a social
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I’m still waiting for Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead to have their big, mainstream breakthrough. They came close with Synchronic, and Something in the Dirt is remarkable, and it would be enough if more people had seen it, but so far, their most mainstream success has been with the release of Marvel series Loki and
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Jenna Ortega is back as Wednesday Addams in the upcoming second season of Netflix’s “Wednesday,” and Variety reports that Steve Buscemi is joining the team this time around. Steve Buscemi, who recently appeared in the Netflix comedy-horror movie Hubie Halloween, will play the new principal of Nevermore Academy in “Wednesday” Season 2. Jenna Ortega stars
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Each March celebrates Women’s History Month, a time to honor the contributions made by women in society. The month also marks the start of March Madness, a tournament pitting 60-plus leading men’s and women’s basketball teams together in a single elimination battle to determine the season’s top teams.  While the men’s game brought the action
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HBO, in collaboration with Max, has just released the trailer for “The Jinx – Part Two,” marking the return of the network’s exploration into the enigmatic and controversial figure, Robert Durst. This six-episode docuseries is set to premiere on Sunday, April 21, at 10 p.m. ET/PT, promising to unveil new information and hidden materials that
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Up next from director Jaume Collet-Serra (House of Wax, Orphan, The Shallows) is the Universal & Blumhouse thriller The Woman in the Yard, and the cast is growing this week. Deadline reports that Russell Hornsby (Fences) has signed on to star in the upcoming thriller, joining the previously announced Danielle Deadwyler (The Harder They Fall). Okwui Okpokwasili (The Exorcist:
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Plopping some characters in the desert is par for the indie filmmaking course. It makes sense. The desert is vast and unpredictable. The desert is like the deepest depths of the ocean—we think we know what’s down there, but can we really be too sure? Last year, indies Horror in the High Desert 2: Minerva
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Bloody FM, the premier destination for spine-chilling podcasts, is thrilled to unveil that Hometown Ghost Stories is now available as a video podcast on Spotify. Hosted by the dynamic trio of Rob Coakley, Jesse Wilkins, and Dave Wilkins, this new addition promises to deliver captivating narratives and bone-chilling visuals to both old and new listeners.
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Described as a ghostly parable about Pakistan’s insidious patriarchal order, Game Theory Films brings In Flames to theaters on Friday, April 12, and we’ve got an exclusive clip for you today. Written and Directed by Pakistani-Canadian filmmaker Zarrar Kahn, In Flames was the first Pakistani film to play in Cannes Director’s Fortnight in nearly half a
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HBO, in collaboration with Max, has just released the trailer for “The Jinx – Part Two,” marking the return of the network’s exploration into the enigmatic and controversial figure, Robert Durst. This six-episode docuseries is set to premiere on Sunday, April 21, at 10 p.m. ET/PT, promising to unveil new information and hidden materials that
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