Horror

Making the festival rounds (Sitges, Fantasia, Popcorn Frights) is Seth A. Smith‘s (The Crescent) sci-fi thriller, Tin Can, which stars V/H/S/94‘s Anna Hopkins as a front-lines parasitologist who is imprisoned in a life-suspension chamber as the world faces a deadly plague. Bloody Disgusting has an exclusive clip from the film in which we see Hopkins
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Universal Pictures just released a great 20-minute chat about “The Impact of Black Horror” in promotion of Nia DaCosta‘s Candyman, featuring insights from star Colman Domingo as well as trauma psychotherapist Dr. Wendy Ashley, BEAM founder Yolo Akili Robinson, Confess Project founder Lorenzo Lewis, and horror author and professor Tananarive Due. In addition to their
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Universal Pictures just released a great 20-minute chat about “The Impact of Black Horror” in promotion of Nia DaCosta‘s Candyman, featuring insights from star Colman Domingo as well as trauma psychotherapist Dr. Wendy Ashley, BEAM founder Yolo Akili Robinson, Confess Project founder Lorenzo Lewis, and horror author and professor Tananarive Due. In addition to their
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The next Bloody Disgusting x Dark Star Pictures collaboration unleashes a gory neo-Giallo set at cinephiles’ most coveted space; the movie theater. In a delightfully macabre meta-twist, The Last Matinee (Al Morir La Matinee) slices its way to Digital HD and VOD platforms on August 24th (linktr.ee). In The Last Matinee, the audience attending the last showing of a horror film in
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In director David Bruckner‘s latest, The Night House, recently widowed Beth (Rebecca Hall) discovers disturbing secrets about her husband after beginning to experience paranormal events at their remote lakeside house. As Beth plays detective to uncover those secrets, she also finds clues for a supernatural mystery. Screenwriters Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski (Super Dark Times, Siren) shared with Bloody Disgusting their process in
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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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Rueben Martell’s Don’t Say Its Name opens with a hit and run. Kharis (Sheena Kaine), a young Indigenous woman, is walking on a back road when she’s struck and killed. Her assailant isn’t seen, but her death has immediate ramifications that extend far beyond her grieving mother Mary Lynne (Carla Fox); it winds up affecting
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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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We’ve found even more tapes and will be bringing them all to Shudder in V/H/S/94, the fourth installment of the Bloody Disgusting-produced horror anthology franchise from Studio71. It was announced today that V/H/S/94 will kick off horror fans’ month-long Halloween celebration when it premieres on Shudder this coming October 6, 2021! In V/H/S/94, after the discovery of a
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1C Entertainment aren’t quite done with Lovecraft, it seems. On top of the announcement of Forgive Me Father, 1C Entertainment and developer Blini Games have announced action RPG Lovecraft’s Untold Stories 2 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam. And like Forgive Me Father, the follow-up to 2019’s Lovecraft’s Untold Stories will launch in Early
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Henry Thomas continues his renaissance with a role in the Paramount Players’ follow-up adaptation of Stephen King’s bestseller Pet Sematary at Paramount Players, reports Deadline. The actor, who made a name for himself as the young boy Elliot in Steven Spielberg’s E.T., has recently starred in a plethora of genre projects from Netflix’s “The Haunting
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As we told you last week, A24 and David Lowery‘s (A Ghost Story) The Green Knight (read Meagan’s 5-star review) is coming to the virtual A24 Screening Room for one-knight-only this Wednesday, August 18 at 9pm, but oddly enough, we’ve learned today that the film will also be coming to all traditional at-home streaming platforms… the very next day?
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Structured like a play and filmed in inky black and white, actor Mark O’Brien’s feature directorial debut The Righteous is a dialogue-driven examination of grief, responsibility and penance. The film follows Frederic Mason (Henry Czerny), a former priest who left the brotherhood to marry Ethel (Mimi Kuzyk) and raise a little girl. Ethel is devout
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Horrors Elsewhere is a recurring column that spotlights a variety of movies from all around the globe, particularly those not from the United States. Fears may not be universal, but one thing is for sure — a scream is understood, always and everywhere. Prime Cruz’s The Debutantes brings grim meaning to the phrase “You only
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Macon Blair (I Don’t Feel At Home in This World Anymore, Green Room) is directing a remake of Troma’s The Toxic Avenger for Legendary Entertainment, and we’ve learned that filming has now wrapped. Writer/Director Blair himself made the announcement this afternoon on Twitter. Find the tweet below. In the 1984 original, directed by Lloyd Kaufman and Michael
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“I died… but I’m still gonna kill you.” Coming to SYFY and USA on October 12, Don Mancini‘s “Chucky” series has officially wrapped production, and today brings two new social media teasers for the series. First up we have a short teaser video wherein Chucky speaks – and yes, that’s Brad Dourif back as the voice of the
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The popularity of Michael Dougherty’s Trick ‘r Treat seems to grow with each passing year, and that’s been reflected in recent years by how much merchandise you’ve been able to find at Spirit Halloween during the spooky season. Spirit Halloween has recently been chock full of costumes, masks, toys, decorations and more, and this year
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In addition to the recently released Escape Room 2, Orphan star Isabelle Fuhrman appears in the period horror movie The Last Thing Mary Saw, set in the year 1843. Set to World Premiere at the virtual edition of the Fantasia Film Festival, Fuhrman stars alongside Rory Culkin (Lords of Chaos), Stefanie Scott (Insidious: Chapter 3) and Judith Roberts (You Were Never Really Here). Ahead of the Fantasia
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David Bruckner (The Night House), who helmed Netflix’s The Ritual as well as sections of Bloody Disgusting’s horror anthologies V/H/S and Southbound, is directing the relaunch of the Hellraiser franchise for Spyglass Media, set to be a Hulu feature film written by Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski (SiREN, Super Dark Times, The Night House). Odessa A’zion was recently cast in a lead role, but we know very
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