Horror

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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We could always use more Lovecraft in our games, and we’ll definitely be getting more in the sequel to PsychoDev’s 2017 point-and-click adventure title Chronicle of Innsmouth with Mountains of Madness. The sequel is expected for release later this month, which is set 10 years before the original game, and is based on the Lovecraft’s
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Beginning this year, both the Alien and Predator franchises nestle into their new home at Marvel Comics, and first up from Marvel is a brand new Alien comic series starting this month! Written by Phillip Kennedy Johnson (EMPYRE: CAPTAIN AMERICA) with art by Salvador Larroca (DOCTOR DOOM), ALIEN #1 will be a “thrilling addition to the incredible legacy that began
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The latest bizarre photo-manipulating tool to take the internet by storm is called “Deep Nostalgia,” and it uses A.I. technology to quite literally animate still photographs. The app was actually created by MyHeritage, an online genealogy platform, allowing people to imagine what their deceased ancestors may have looked like when they were alive and in
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“The Walking Dead” will be ending with an expanded two-year eleventh season that will span 24 episodes, bringing the long-running AMC series to an end sometime in 2022. Season 11 kicks off this Summer, and Deadline is reporting tonight on some casting news for the new season. Michael James Shaw (“Constantine,” “Limitless”) has signed on.
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What better way to celebrate your birthday than at Willy’s Wonderland! This is a horror movie where you’ll see Nicolas Cage spend the night locked in for a dusk til dawn blood soaked showdown with some creepy animatronics possessed by sinister spirits! Appearing on episode 200 of Bloody Disgusting’s Boo Crew Podcast is Director Kevin
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“We’ve got to stand up to monsters.” After two movies, the monsters vs. robots franchise Pacific Rim is getting its own animated series over at Netflix, the battle between the Kaiju and the Jaegers continuing next week. It’s titled “Pacific Rim: The Black,” and the streaming service has released the final trailer today, which damn sure suggests that
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Who do you believe? Freeform‘s upcoming thriller series “Cruel Summer” was produced by Jessica Biel, with the interesting approach that it takes place across three distinct summers throughout the ’90s. The series “takes place over three summers in the ’90s when a beautiful and popular teen goes missing, and a seemingly unrelated girl transforms from
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Shudder has your ticket to finally see George A. Romero‘s long-lost 1973 film, The Amusement Park, and will release it this coming summer in North America, the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand, Bloody Disgusting just learned. “Recently discovered and restored 46 years after its completion by the George A. Romero Foundation and produced by Suzanne
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