Horror

One of this year’s most entertaining horror movies so far is Willy’s Wonderland, which centers on Nicolas Cage battling evil animatronics in a Chuck E. Cheese like environment. The film delivers on the promise of its wacky premise, and it’s currently available on VOD. On April 13, we’ve learned today, Willy’s Wonderland next heads to
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After holding its World Premiere at FrightFest, Black Fawn Distribution is set to release Francesco Giannini‘s excellent indie Hall, a high-tension thriller about a scary virus outbreak within a hotel, on Canadian VOD April 6, 2021. A physical release of the film will follow. In the film, scattered victims are thrust into the fight of their
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Announced by AMC as a tie-in with the current season of “Fear the Walking Dead,” the network’s zombie franchise is headed into treacherous waters with “Dead in the Water.” The digital series will be produced by The Content Room’s AMCN Digital Originals. “Dead in the Water” is described as “a scripted series tying into Season
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Horror stalwart Barbara Crampton‘s appearance in You’re Next marked the start of a prolific genre renaissance that includes producing as well as acting. All of that experience culminates in a monster-as-metaphor feature that attempts to retool the vampire mythos to allow its leading lady to sink her fangs into a meaty lead role. She’s acting opposite indie horror darling Larry
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In addition to the Open Beta announcement for Resident Evil RE:Verse and Resident Evil Village coming to Google Stadia, Capcom revealed a third announcement during the Resident Evil 25th anniversary celebrations with a second Resident Evil Showcase coming next month! No exact date has been announced for the showcase, though Capcom is playing it coy. “We
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Since 1993’s Cronos, filmmaker Guillermo del Toro quickly became synonymous with horror hailing from Mexico. More recent releases like Issa Lopez‘s Tigers Are Not Afraid, Emilio Portes‘s Belzebuth, and even Gigi Saul Guerrero‘s Culture Shock indicate an emerging new class of talented genre contemporaries. While that’s exciting for horror’s future, there’s already a vast, rich history of Mexican
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It would seem that we’ve been going about the Resident Evil film reboot all wrong. At least, in terms of the film’s title. According to director Johannes Roberts, and reported on by IGN during an interview at SXSW’s online event, the official title for the upcoming Resident Evil movie is Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon
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Be sure to follow @BDisgusting on Twitter for daily horror news and more! As promised, Ryan Murphy has officially announced the Season 10 theme for FX’s “American Horror Story” tonight, and it’s “American Horror Story: Double Feature“! That’s right, we’re getting TWO stories in ONE season this year. “One by the sea… and one by
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Scott Derrickson (Dr. Strange, Sinister) is headed back to the horror genre to direct The Black Phone for Blumhouse and Universal, and the film was already a Sinister reunion with Ethan Hawke recently joining the cast. On top of that, THR reports tonight, Hawke’s Sinister co-star James Ransone (It: Chapter Two) has also signed on to reunite with Derrickson.
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It was back in October that Asmodee Digital and developer Luckyhammers would be bringing their adaptation of the Arkham Horror board game franchise to video games. Well, Arkham Horror: Mother’s Embrace now has a release date of March 23rd for consoles and PC. In fact, if you’ve been sitting on snagging Mother’s Embrace, but haven’t done
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The early ‘80s marked a handful of notable ultra-violent, hand-rotoscoped animation features aimed toward adults. Gerald Potterton’s Heavy Metal, based on the magazine, and Ralph Bakshi’s Fire and Ice– a collaboration with artist Frank Frazetta- are chief among the notable standouts of the era. The Spine of Night is a love letter to the classic animation style and draws
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In addition to spinoff anthology series “American Horror Stories,” the pandemic-delayed 10th season of “American Horror Story” is headed to FX later this year, and creator Ryan Murphy has taken to Twitter tonight to share a short little beach-themed teaser trailer and announce that the official title/theme announcement will be made this coming Friday, March
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Andrea Riseborough is quickly establishing a name for herself in the genre space. Within the last few years, Black Mirror, Mandy, The Grudge, and Possessor have demonstrated the actor’s unique and fearless approach when choosing characters and projects. Riseborough’s latest is the lead in Here Before, an unsettling and dramatic portrait of a grieving family that uses psychological thrills to highlight a
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Film writer and programmer Kier-La Janisse has dedicated much of her life to exploring horror’s history and culture from a critical and scholarly perspective. Janisse authored House of Psychotic Women: An Autobiographical Topography of Female Neurosis in Horror and Exploitation Films, published and edited numerous horror non-fiction anthology works, founded the on-going Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies, and
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Follow the tapes. World Premiering tonight at SXSW is The Signal director Jacob Gentry‘s thriller Broadcast Signal Intrusion, billed as “an unsettling journey into our collective technological nightmares, confronting our deepest, darkest fears of both man and machine.” “While logging tapes of decades-old TV broadcasts, video archivist James discovers a surreal and disturbing clip that
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Chloe Okuno, the up-and-coming director who filmed one of the segments in Bloody Disgusting’s forthcoming V/H/S/94, is currently in pre-production on Watcher, a psychological thriller that Variety reports will star It Follows and The Guest‘s Maika Monroe. The pic said to involve a serial killer who prompts a citywide panic… “Watcher follows a young married
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While not necessarily a horror film, it’s worth noting here on Bloody Disgusting this morning that Emerald Fennell‘s rape-revenge drama/thriller Promising Young Woman is now officially an Oscar nominee, with the nominations for this year’s Academy Awards being announced this morning. The film scored several big nominations, including “Best Picture.” Promising Young Woman is nominated
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