Horror

Earlier last week, news broke that Bloober Team and Konami were teaming up for a strategic partnership, which of course has tongues wagging over a potential Silent Hill revival. Things have gotten even more interesting now that Twitter user Bobvids brought to light three Bloober Team projects that have received grants from the European Union’s
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Three releases for September 2021 were announced by Severin Films today, including Giallo movie The Fourth Victim (1971) and Christian slasher A Day of Judgment (1981). In addition, John Russo‘s Midnight will be released on the same day, September 28. Severin explains, “A decade after co-writing Night of the Living Dead, writer/director John Russo gathered
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Film criticism is meant to help audiences navigate the ever-growing sea of new releases, but there’s an undeniable divide between many professional critics and the general public. The horror genre has an especially troubled history with conflicting opinions, with certain films only being considered “classics” decades after loyal fans insisted that negative reviews were mistaken.
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Hammer’s Dracula (1958) comes to your collectibles shelf with two brand new Premium Format statues from Sideshow Collectibles, depicting the film’s two icons of the horror genre. We’re of course talking about Christopher Lee‘s Dracula and Peter Cushing‘s Van Helsing, and both Premium Format statues measure approximately 22-inches tall! Sideshow details via press release today…
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The End Is Only The Beginning. The Final Battle is here. The battle for Eternia continues on Netflix this July 23 with the premiere of Kevin Smith and Mattel Television’s “Masters of the Universe: Revelation,” a brand new animated series that will serve as a direct continuation to the animated series from the 1980s. Check out the brand new story trailer
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Welcome to Revenge of the Remakes, where columnist Matt Donato takes us on a journey through the world of horror remakes. We all complain about Hollywood’s lack of originality whenever studios announce new remakes, reboots, and reimaginings, but the reality? Far more positive examples of refurbished classics and updated legacies exist than you’re willing to remember
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Life finds a way… Announced and put up for pre-order today, the Jurassic Park and Transformers franchises are crossing over for a fun new action figure two-pack that smashes the brands together. The press release explains, “Hasbro, Inc., Universal Brand Development and Amblin Entertainment today revealed the first-ever TRANSFORMERS X Jurassic Park collaboration. The iconic T.Rex
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Up next from Rubber, Keep an Eye Out and Deerskin director Quentin Dupieux is the bizarro comedy Mandibles, which Magnolia Pictures is getting set to release this summer. Mandibles will be available everywhere on July 23, we’ve learned today. You can also check out a new trailer below, which includes more footage than the previous first-look. Used for comedic purposes rather than scary
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“Fear the Walking Dead” and “Helstrom” actress Sydney Lemmon is the latest to join the cast of Blumhouse and director Keith Thomas‘ (The Vigil) Firestarter, Deadline reports. Ryan Kiera Armstrong (IT Chapter Two, “American Horror Story”) is playing Charlie in the new Stephen King adaptation, and Lemmon will be playing Charlie’s mother. In Firestarter, “A young girl develops pyrokinetic abilities and is
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Let the adventure begin… all over again. The original 1970s TV series “Fantasy Island” only dabbled in horror here and there, but Blumhouse’s 2020 movie brought those elements to the forefront for a full-on horror movie. Now, just one year later, “Fantasy Island” returns as, well, a non-horror TV series. The new “Fantasy Island” premieres
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A Movie of Dicks. We’ve certainly had an interesting Pride month so far! After heading across the pond for some “Faerie Tale Queertre” in The Wolves of Kromer, we checked in with Pauline and her surgeon skills in Excision before reappraising the vastly underrated Bones. Now, we’re going classic with our first foray into the world of
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Bokeh Game Studio have released a new video centred on their upcoming Survival Horror title from Silent Hill director Keiichiro Toyama. Entitled “Focus”, the video features Bokeh’s COO and founder Kazunobu Sato talking about what the team has been working on, and the challenges involving the development of a new IP for a startup studio.
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Remember back in April Blue Box Studio had announced their “realistic survival shooter” Abandoned? They were originally scheduled to reveal the trailer for the game on Friday via a “dedicated reveal app”. However, that’s now been pushed back to August. Blue Box Studio head Hasan Kahraman made the announcement to delay the app via Twitter.
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By the early 1970s, the counterculture of the previous decade had begun to disperse. Some, weary of what they saw as ineffective nonviolent revolution, became militant. Others withdrew from society altogether into communal life. Still others, having waded through the many spiritual and philosophical options of the 60s, found religion. The so-called Jesus Movement appealed
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From the first epistolary novels to the Found-Footage craze sparked by The Blair Witch Project, storytellers have been playing around with fact and fiction in order to craft engaging narratives for centuries now. Our ongoing fascination with these myths made real has led to classics like Noroi, REC, and even Bloody Disgusting’s own V/H/S films,
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By the early 1970s, the counterculture of the previous decade had begun to disperse. Some, weary of what they saw as ineffective nonviolent revolution, became militant. Others withdrew from society altogether into communal life. Still others, having waded through the many spiritual and philosophical options of the 60s, found religion. The so-called Jesus Movement appealed
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By the early 1970s, the counterculture of the previous decade had begun to disperse. Some, weary of what they saw as ineffective nonviolent revolution, became militant. Others withdrew from society altogether into communal life. Still others, having waded through the many spiritual and philosophical options of the 60s, found religion. The so-called Jesus Movement appealed
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