Horror

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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The trailer for Space Jam: A New Legacy is here and immediately calls to mind Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One, this time sucking NBA superstar (and well-known horror fan) LeBron James into a “Serververse” where all of Warner Bros.’ iconic characters reside. The trailer reveals that James assembles his own “Dream Team” (how on brand),
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Seventeen years after his Dawn of the Dead remake, Zack Snyder returns to the world of zombies with his new movie Army of the Dead, which has been in development for nearly just as long. Snyder’s latest, starring Dave Bautista and a whole bunch of undead flesh-eaters, is coming to Netflix on May 21, and we’ve got a fresh poster and some new stills
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FX’s hugely popular “American Horror Story” franchise will premiere not only its tenth season – “American Horror Story: Double Feature” – this year but also a spinoff anthology series, which is titled “American Horror Stories.” And creator Ryan Murphy has taken to Twitter today to tease that “AHS” universe expansion, asking a question that has
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Now streaming exclusively on HBO Max in either full color or black & white, the 4-hour “Snyder Cut” of Justice League represents director Zack Snyder‘s originally intended vision for the movie, with the additional scenes expanding upon the character work (notably, Ray Fisher‘s Cyborg), making Steppenwolf a stronger villain, and bringing Darkseid into the mix.
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A series adaptation of Leigh Bardugo’s bestselling Grishaverse novels, Netflix‘s “Shadow and Bone” is coming to the streaming service on April 23, 2021, and the full trailer has arrived. “Shadow and Bone” finds us in a war-torn world where lowly soldier and orphan Alina Starkov has just unleashed an extraordinary power that could be the key to setting
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In addition to their recently announced “Kessler Wolf” action figure based on John Landis’s An American Werewolf in London, NECA has revealed tonight that the four Nazi nightmare mutants from one of the film’s most memorable scenes are also getting their own toys! The half-human/half-werewolf creatures appeared in a nightmare sequence in the 1981 horror
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As studios continue to rework their distribution plans in the wake of the ongoing pandemic, Paramount Pictures announced that Blumhouse’s upcoming new installment in the Paranormal Activity franchise would be going straight to Paramount+. At the time, a March 4, 2022 date had been slotted, although it was unclear if there would be a theatrical component to
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They’re dying to save the world. Just five short years after the release of David Ayer’s Suicide Squad, WB/DC is kinda-sorta hitting the reboot button with James Gunn‘s sequel The Suicide Squad, and the official Red Band trailer has arrived this afternoon. True to Gunn’s on-brand vision, this first look at the movie is loaded with personality, humor
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“Everything seems to just keep us here.” Ben Wheatley (Kill List, Sightseers, A Field in England, High-Rise, Rebecca, The Meg 2) shot a micro-budget horror movie during quarantine last year, titled In the Earth. NEON will be bringing Wheatley’s latest to theaters on April 23, and the official trailer has debuted today. Meagan Navarro wrote in her Sundance review for BD,
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