Horror

Boom! Studios launched R.L. Stine‘s comic book series Just Beyond in 2019, and we recently learned that Disney+ is turning the horror/comedy terror tales into an anthology series. Disney+ has given an eight-episode order to the series, which hails from writer/showrunner Seth Grahame-Smith (Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter) and 20th Century Fox Television. Stine will serve
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Soman Chainani’s debut novel The School for Good and Evil, which was published in 2013 and launched a franchise, is getting a movie over at Netflix, with Paul Feig (Ghostbusters, Last Christmas) on board to direct the film. David Magee (Life of Pi, Mary Poppins Returns) and Laura Solon (Office Christmas Party, Let It Snow) are adapting. Charlize Theron will play Lady Lesso and Kerry Washington will
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Originally thought to be a movie, Netflix announced today the voice cast for their forthcoming Resident Evil original CG anime series, Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, while also sharing a brand new piece of art and a lengthy synopsis. Bloody Disgusting learned tonight that Leon S. Kennedy will be voiced by Nick Apostolides, and Claire Redfield
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The flesh is family… This weekend marks the very first release of the Bloody Disgusting x Dark Star Pictures collaboration, Honeydew, which calls back to classics like Tobe Hooper’s The Texas Chain Saw Massacre with a modern A24-esque flair. Tickets are now on sale for this weekend’s theatrical release of Honeydew, which Nerdist called “a hallucinogenic nightmare
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Filmed and set during the ongoing pandemic, the Michael Bay-produced Songbird (read our review) has been given a home video release after going straight to Premium VOD last December. Billed as “the first film to shoot in Los Angeles entirely during the pandemic,” director Adam Mason‘s Songbird will infect Digital HD, DVD and Blu-ray on March 16, 2021. “In
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After directing last year’s Delivered for the Hulu and Blumhouse TV feature film anthology series “Into the Dark,” Emma Tammi (The Wind) is back with this year’s season two finale. In the film, “When Esme (Megalyn Echikunwoke) and her ten-year-old son, Luna (Yonas Kibreab), move to a small desert town looking for a fresh start they attract all the
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Annie Murphy, who often steals the show as Alexis on “Schitt’s Creek”, has been tapped for an unknown role on the second season of Netflix’s “Russian Doll”, reports Deadline. They’re remaining tight-lipped on the next season of “Russian Doll”, which is a Groundhog Day-esque nightmare of a series in which Nadia, played by Natashia Lyonne,
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The King of the Monsters is soon making his way to Netflix with Toho’s anime series “Godzilla Singular Point,” which features character designs by Blue Exorcist’s Kazue Kato and a brand new Godzilla design from legendary Ghibli animator Eiji Yamamori. The latest official trailer has been unleashed tonight, showing various monsters (plus Jet Jaguar!) in action. “Singular Point” is coming to
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Before John Carpenter’s Halloween there was Bob Clark’s Black Christmas, an early slasher film that helped lay the foundation for the eventual arrival of horror movie icons like Michael Myers, Jason Voorhees and Freddy Krueger. After two remakes, we’ve learned this week that Black Christmas is next getting a behind-the-scenes book, set for release next
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Casey Affleck, Sam Claflin, Michelle Monaghan, Veronica Ferres and India Eisley star in the thriller Every Breath You Take, which has been acquired by Vertical Entertainment. Deadline reports today that Vertical will release the film, directed by Vaughn Stein, in both North American theaters and at-home via Premium VOD on April 2nd, 2021. “Every Breath You Take
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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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Nearly twenty years after starring in Troll 2, filmmaker Michael Paul Stephenson made a documentary about it, Best Worst Movie, that chronicled its cult fandom and key players involved with the film’s creation. His follow-up documentary, The American Scream, put a compassionate and joyful spotlight on the Halloween home haunt, told through three households in a Massachusetts town.
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Published in 1984 and written by Stephen King and Peter Straub, fantasy epic The Talisman is one of the few notable King stories that to date has not yet been adapted for either the small screen or the big one. This despite Steven Spielberg owning the rights to the book since the ’80s, with various planned adaptations taking different forms over
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While we wait for the Sinister and Doctor Strange director’s new horror movie The Black Phone, we’ve learned today from Variety that Scott Derrickson has set up his next project. Derrickson will be executive producing “Grace” for Paramount Television Studios under his Crooked Highway banner. The project comes courtesy of writer Joseph Sousa. Variety details,
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Bloody Disgusting has just scored a first look at CJ Entertainment’s horror-thriller remake Hide And Seek with news that Saban Films has taken North American, UK and Irish rights to the Joel David Moore (Hatchet, Youth in Oregon) directed redo of the 2013 hit (read our review). “Dracula’s” Jonathan Rhys Meyers leads cast alongside Jacinda Barrett (“Bloodline”), Joe Pantoliano (“The Sopranos”) and Mustafa
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The action-horror manga Hellsing is headed to the big screen, Deadline has announced, with Amazon Studios developing an adaptation being penned by Derek Kolstad (John Wick)! The feature will bring Kouta Hirano‘s Japanese manga into the world of live-action. The manga was previously turned into anime series’ “Hellsing” and “Hellsing Ultimate.” “Ever since my brother
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The loss of innocence is a recurring motif in horror and cinema at large. A more niche subset of that motif explores the frightening transition from childhood into adulthood through a child’s perspective. Like Pan’s Labyrinth or The Reflecting Skin, these movies feature young protagonists grappling with a grown-up world’s harsh realities through fantasy, leading to disastrous results. The
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