Tag: horror

AHHctober TV Review: ‘Creepshow’ Episode 3

So far every week has been an adventure with Shudder’s Creepshow revival. You never quite know what to expect out of each new batch of scary shorts. This latest pairing, titled All Hallow’s Eve and The Man in The Suitcase, brings us two tales of irony and in doing so the best episode of the

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AHHctober: Ten 2020 Horror Movies To Start Screaming About

The Turning (January 24, 2020) Directed by: Floria Sigismondi Written by: Carey W. Hayes & Chad HayesStarring: Mackenzie Davis, Finn Wolfhard & Brooklynn Prince Synopsis: Hired to take care of two orphans, a young nanny starts to believe that their country mansion is haunted. Why you should start screaming: Admittedly, my expectations will only get

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AHHctober– ‘Little Monsters’ Movie Review: A Sweet & Unapologetically Silly Zom-Com

Written & directed by: Abe Forsythe Starring: Lupita Nyong’o, Alexander England, Josh Gad, Diesel La Torraca & Kat StewartRated: R (for bloody zombie violence, crude sexual content, language throughout and brief drug use)Runtime: 1 hr. 30 min. Release date: Oct. 11, 2019 (Hulu) Genre: Horror, Comedy, Romance Studio: Neon/ Hulu If you’re looking to your

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AHHctober– TV Review: ‘Creepshow’ Season 1 Episode 2

Creepshow is the lovechild of two horror icons. Initially debuting back in 1982 as an anthology film written by Stephen King (his first feature film screenplay) and directed by George Romero, it spawned a series of beloved comic books and even a second film in 1987. Decades later, Creepshow returns with a vengeance as an

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‘Don’t Breath’ Director Producing New ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ Movie

Per Bloody Disgusting, Legendary has tapped Fede Álvarez (Evil Dead, Don’t Breathe) to produce a new Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie. The is being planned as a direct sequel to Tobe Hooper’s 1974 slashic. Álvarez is currently seeking a director for the project. Kim Henkel, writer and producer on the original film and director of Texas Chainsaw Massacre:

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James Wan’s Next Film Will Be A Giallo Horror Film, What’s a Giallo?

We’ve known for a little bit now that James Wan was planning to return to his smaller, scarier roots once he was finished with the big budget fare of Aquaman. Not much is known about The Conjuring director’s next film, other than it will be an original R-rated horror flick and that casting is currently

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Film Review: ‘IT: Chapter Two’ Floats Despite The Extra Baggage

Directed by: Andy Muschietti Written by: Gary Dauberman Starring: James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain, Bill Hader, Bill Skarsgård, Isaiah Mustafa, Jay Ryan & James Ransone Rating: R (for disturbing violent content and bloody images throughout, pervasive language, and some crude sexual material) Runtime: 2 hr. 44 min.Genre: HorrorStudio: Warner Bros. Sometimes growing up sucks. Life often

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John Carpenter Scoring ‘Halloween Kills’ & ‘Halloween Ends’

Last month Blumhouse announced it is moving forward with not one, but two new Halloween films, Halloween Kills and Halloween Ends. Last year’s Halloween not only reinvigorated audience interest in the long-running slasher series, but also the interest of original franchise co-creator John Carpenter, who got involved with Michael Myers for the first time in

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Film Review: Star-making Performance Leads Dastardly Delicious Splatter-fest ‘Ready or Not’

Directed by: Matt Benttinelli-Olpin & Tyler GillettWritten by: Guy Busick & Ryan Murphy Synopsis: A young bride joins her new husband’s rich, eccentric family in a time-honored tradition that turns into a lethal game with everyone fighting for their survival. Starring: Samara Weaving, Adam Brody, Mark O’Brien, Henry Czerny & Andie MacDowellGenre: Horror, comedy Runtime:

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‘Friday the 13th: Jason Lives’ Director Wrote A New ‘F13’ Film, Here’s What We Know So Far & Why It Won’t Happen

Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives is one of the most beloved entries in the long-running slasher series. Fans revere the film for being unabashedly tongue-in-cheek and exuberantly liberal with its gory special effects. Well, now it appears the film’s director Tom McLoughlin is itching for another swing at the hockey mask killer. In

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