Tag: horror

‘Midsommar’ Director Confirms Extended Cut Of The Film Is Coming

Enjoy Midsommar? Then you’ll be delighted to learn that soon you’ll be able to feast on an even longer cut of the cult horror film. During a Reddit AMA last Thursday, Midsommar Director Ari Aster let it slip that he is currently “working on an extended cut” of the film that will add another 30

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‘Midsommar’ Director Eyeing ‘Zonky Nightmare Comedy’ For Next Film, Which Could Complete A Trilogy

Filmmaker Ari Aster put himself on the map with 2018’s Hereditary and this year’s Midsommar, both equally artful and horrifying experiences. However, it sounds like the young mastermind wants to go in a slightly different direction with his next project. During a Reddit AMA session Thursday, Aster was asked what his next movie will be.

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‘Joker’ Comic From Horror Director John Carpenter Coming This October

This story doesn’t exactly qualify as “movie news,” but it does involve a cinematic icon. According to reports, filmmaker John Carpenter (Halloween, The Thing) is set to terrorize the streets of Gotham City with a one-shot Joker comic for DC this October. Carpenter and co-writer Anthony Burch (who previously collaborated with Carpenter on the Big

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You Can Finally Pour A Bowl Of Good Guys Cereal From Original ‘Child’s Play’ Film

Wanna play? Then you better keep your strength up! Early in the 1988 original Child’s Play, young Andy Barclay (Alex Vincent) pours a delicious-looking bowl of Good Guys cereal while preparing breakfast for his mother (Catherine Hicks). Of course Andy makes a mess because he’s distracted by the Good Guys cartoon on TV. The kid’s clearly

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‘Crawl’ Review: Survival Horror With A Satisfying Bite

Directed by: Alexandre Aja Written by: Alexandre Aja, Michael Rasmussen (III) & Shawn Rasmussen (II) Starring: Kaya Scodelario, Barry Pepper, Ross Anderson, Anson Boon & Morfydd Clark  Running time: 83 minutes Rating: R (for bloody creature violence, and brief language) Studio: Paramount Pictures Release date: July 12, 2019 After a decade away, director Alexandre Aja (The Hills Have Eyes, Piranha

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Up To Now: Looking Back On The Career Of Horror Director Alexandre Aja

Crawl swims into theaters this weekend. In honor of director Alexandre Aja’s return to pop horror, let’s take a quick look back at the bumpy road that has been the filmmaker’s career up to this point. Born Alexandre Jouan-Arcady on August 7, 1978, French filmmaker Alexandre Aja largely works within the confines of the horror

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‘Saw’ Reboot Begins Shooting, Sam Jackson Playing Chris Rock’s Dad

Saw just got a whole lot more interesting. From Deadline, Samuel L. Jackson has officially signed on to play Chris Rock’s father in Twisted Pictures and Lionsgate’s forthcoming Saw reboot. Rock will play a detective investigating a series of grizzly crimes. Minghella will play William Schenk, Rock’s partner, and Nichols will play Capt. Angie Garza,

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Blumhouse’s ‘Black Christmas’ Remake Adds ‘Princess Bride’ & ‘Saw’ Star Cary Elwes

Holiday 2019 is set to feature yet another Black Christmas. Per Deadline, Princess Bride and Saw star Cary Elwes has jumped on to the upcoming Black Christmas remake from Blumhouse Productions. Details about Elwes’s role were not disclosed, however the report states that the Stranger Things 3 actor will have a main part in the

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Rob Zombie’s ‘The Devil’s Rejects’ Sequel ‘3 From Hell’ Finally Gets A Release Date And New Poster

Rob Zombie is officially gearing up to unleash 3 From Hell, his follow-up to 2003’s House of 1,000 Corpses and 2005’s The Devil’s Rejects. According to Bloody-Disgusting, 3 From Hell will debut on over 900 screens for a three-day theatrical run on September 16, 17 and 18 later this year via Fathom’s Digital Broadcast Network. The

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‘Annabelle Comes Home’ Movie Review

Annabelle Comes Home is the third spin-off featuring the possessed doll from the first few minutes of the first The Conjuring film. THE THIRD. Let that sink in… The original Annabelle was underwhelming to say the least. That’s why when I saw Annabelle: Creation, I was caught off guard by how much fun I had

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