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Charles Pulliam-Moore Charles Pulliam-Moore Sep 13, 2019 at 07:30. 1 comments

Little Monsters' Red Band Trailer Wants You to Know What a Disgusting Movie It's Gonna Be

Little Monsters' Red Band Trailer Wants You to Know What a Disgusting Movie It's Gonna Be

The premise of Abe Forsythe’s upcoming Little Monsters , a movie about an elementary school field trip that veers into the zombie apocalypse, makes it a little easy to lose sight of the fact that it’s a movie about, you know, a zombie apocalypse.

Sure, it’s a comedy that’ll involve at least a few little kids turning into monsters, which is always funny, but the latest red band trailer would...

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Cheryl Eddy Cheryl Eddy Sep 13, 2019 at 05:45. 6 comments

10 Weirdly Great But Often Overlooked Horror Sequels, Prequels, and Follow-Ups

10 Weirdly Great But Often Overlooked Horror Sequels, Prequels, and Follow-Ups

Everybody knows that certain horror sequels—like Dawn of the Dead and Evil Dead II—are masterpieces in their own right. Others have ascended to cult royalty, like Troll 2 and Bride of Chucky. But what about those offbeat, overlooked horror series entries that never quite get the love they deserve?

Head Back to School With These 11 Slasher Movies Set on College Campuses

Slasher movies are...

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Beth Elderkin Beth Elderkin Sep 12, 2019 at 03:45. 21 comments

6 Obscure Fairy Tales From the Brothers Grimm That Really Need Movie Adaptations

6 Obscure Fairy Tales From the Brothers Grimm That Really Need Movie Adaptations

We get it: Hansel and Gretel is scary. It’s about two kids who find a witch’s gingerbread cottage and—depending on what version you’re looking at—are either killed, escape, or become witch hunters played by Gemma Arterton and that guy who had a social networking app . But after seeing the trailer for Gretel & Hansel, another adaptation of this familiar story, we couldn’t help but ask: What...

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Charles Pulliam-Moore Charles Pulliam-Moore Sep 10, 2019 at 23:45. 18 comments

It Chapter Two's Queer Subplot Is Too Subtextual to Be Scary Good

It Chapter Two's Queer Subplot Is Too Subtextual to Be Scary Good

It Chapter Two opens with a horrific, homophobic hate crime that Stephen King plucked from the headlines and incorporated into his 1986 novel. After a group of very human bigots attack Adrian Mellon and his boyfriend, they unceremoniously dump Adrian over the side of the bridge, and just as he begins to drown, he sees a figure beckoning him from the shore. A clown.

It doesn’t take much...

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Julie Muncy Julie Muncy Sep 08, 2019 at 01:45. 9 comments

This Video Primer Is a Perfect Introduction to Stephen King's Horror Fantasy Multiverse

This Video Primer Is a Perfect Introduction to Stephen King's Horror Fantasy Multiverse

Did you know that Stephen King’s books are almost all interconnected? You probably did, it’s definitely one of those fun facts about the prolific author that gets thrown around a lot. But do you know how that multiverse comes together and just how deep those connections go?

If not, this video by Birth.Movies.Death is an excellent introduction to the wacky horror fantasy world that King has...

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Cheryl Eddy Cheryl Eddy Sep 07, 2019 at 00:45. 2 comments

Head Back to School With These 11 Slasher Movies Set on College Campuses

Head Back to School With These 11 Slasher Movies Set on College Campuses

Slasher movies are famously repetitive, sharing certain themes that recur over and over. A big one: college! Campuses are the perfect hunting ground for maniacs targeting young adults who’re out on their own, making bad decisions for the first (and last) time. Here are 11 classics to add to your horror syllabus.

A warning that some of the trailers here are NSFW—which you might have surmised...

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Cheryl Eddy Cheryl Eddy Sep 06, 2019. 4 comments

Sophia Takal's Black Christmas Horror Remake Looks Like a Cut Above

Sophia Takal's Black Christmas Horror Remake Looks Like a Cut Above
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I hear you, horror fans: Bob Clark’s much-loved proto-slasher film Black Christmas—the original “he’s calling from inside the house!” flick—already got a forgettable remake back in 2006. But this first trailer for a brand-new take on the story looks very promising.

Notably, it’s directed and...

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Germain Lussier Germain Lussier Sep 06, 2019. 5 comments

Condensing It Chapter Two Into One Movie Was Scarier Than Facing Pennywise

Condensing It Chapter Two Into One Movie Was Scarier Than Facing Pennywise

The only thing scarier than Pennywise the clown is making Pennywise the clown scary again. That was the massive task Andy and Barbara Muschietti faced with It Chapter Two.

The director and producer siblings hit a grand slam with 2017's part one , but it was so successful they had to jump right back into the world almost immediately. And after the first installment, they’d only adapted about a...

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James Whitbrook James Whitbrook Sep 04, 2019. 7 comments

Star Trek’s Borg Queen Helps a New Version of Hansel & Gretel Get Even More Twisted

Star Trek’s Borg Queen Helps a New Version of Hansel & Gretel Get Even More Twisted
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It’s called Gretel & Hansel. You see what they did there.

Directed by Osgood Perkins, Gretel & Hansel...well, do I have to explain the classic Brothers Grimm Fairy Tale to you?

Creepy house full of delicious treats and an even creepier old lady (Star Trek icon Alice Krige this time around), two...

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Julie Muncy Julie Muncy Sep 02, 2019. 5 comments

Edgar Wright Shares a Brief, Spooky Look at Last Night in Soho

Edgar Wright Shares a Brief, Spooky Look at Last Night in Soho

Principal photography has now finished on Last Night in Soho, Edgar Wright’s next film, and while we still know very little about it, we at least have a glimpse at its aesthetics. Yesterday, Wright took to Instagram to share a single glimpse at the film, and it definitely looks alarming.

The single image, a still featuring one of the lead actresses—I can’t actually tell from the makeup if it’s...

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Julie Muncy Julie Muncy Sep 01, 2019. 8 comments

The Whole Family Is Back as Real Housewife Kyle Richards Signs On to Reprise Her Role in Halloween Kills

The Whole Family Is Back as Real Housewife Kyle Richards Signs On to Reprise Her Role in Halloween Kills

Laurie Strode, on that terrible fateful night during the first Halloween film, was babysitting. And now we know that both of her charges will be returning to share in the scares of the latter-day Halloween universe .

Recently, Variety reported that Kyle Richards, the actress who played Lindsey Wallace in the original film, will be reprising her role in Halloween Kills. This, along with the...

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Julie Muncy Julie Muncy Sep 01, 2019. 2 comments

Toonami and Production IG Are Adapting Junji Ito’s Horror Classic Uzumaki

Toonami and Production IG Are Adapting Junji Ito’s Horror Classic Uzumaki

This is my show . It was made for me.

Junji Ito is one of the premiere names in horror comics , and one of the best manga creators ever. He’s known for a variety of incredible, haunting works, but one of his most famous is the horror classic Uzumaki, the story of spirals that drive a small Japanese town into madness.

Now, Uzumaki is getting a four-part miniseries adaptation courtesy of an...

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Julie Muncy Julie Muncy Aug 31, 2019. 9 comments

The Newest Installment of Hulu's Into the Dark Anthology Promises a Harrowing Take on Purity Culture

The Newest Installment of Hulu's Into the Dark Anthology Promises a Harrowing Take on Purity Culture
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Purity culture, with purity rings and abstinence pledges and more patriarchal control than you can imagine, is terrifying enough on its own. Which makes Pure, the newest installment of the Blumhouse-created Into the Dark anthology , just excessively unsettling.

Like Midsommar at Jesus Camp, the...

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Cheryl Eddy Cheryl Eddy Aug 31, 2019. 15 comments

Revisiting the 1990s Stepford Horrors of Disturbing Behavior

Revisiting the 1990s Stepford Horrors of Disturbing Behavior

In the wake of Clueless and Scream in the teen-culture explosion of the mid-to-late 1990s lurks sci-fi horror tale Disturbing Behavior, a movie that cherry-picks its influences and has some interesting ideas, but ultimately comes up pretty short. As a time capsule , though, it is undeniably fascinating.

By the time 1998 rolled around, grunge had faded and Britney Spears was music’s great new...

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Germain Lussier Germain Lussier Aug 30, 2019. 6 comments

Fall Movie Guide: 49 Horror, Sci-Fi, and Fantasy Movies to Look Out For

Fall Movie Guide: 49 Horror, Sci-Fi, and Fantasy Movies to Look Out For

If you like weird genre movies, fall 2019 is for you.

It seems as if this year the Autumn leaves are bringing with them more than the usual amount of creepy thrillers, gory horror films, and psychological dramas. Of course, if you just want a lot of big-budget blockbusters, sequels, and franchises, there’s plenty of that too. Star Wars is ending, Terminator is returning, The Shining is even...

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Beth Elderkin Beth Elderkin Aug 28, 2019. 6 comments

Netflix's Marianne Debut Teaser Is About a Writer Who's at War With Her Own Villain

Netflix's Marianne Debut Teaser Is About a Writer Who's at War With Her Own Villain
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Stephen King’s got nothing on this horror writer. The debut teaser for Netflix’s new French series Marianne centers around a famous novelist who uses her books to keep a horrifying witch at bay...but it can’t work forever.

Written and directed by Samuel Bodin, Marianne stars Victoire Du Bois...

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Germain Lussier Germain Lussier Aug 28, 2019. 2 comments

You Can Finally See the Incredible Zombie Film One Cut of the Dead

You Can Finally See the Incredible Zombie Film One Cut of the Dead
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Shinichiro Ueda’s One Cut of the Dead, one of the best zombies movies in recent memory, is finally getting a U.S. release. And you can watch a new trailer now.

Months after a bootleg of the film ended up streaming on Amazon Prime, Shudder has come to the rescue and will give the film a limited...

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Germain Lussier Germain Lussier Aug 22, 2019. 7 comments

The First Reactions to It Chapter Two Are All Over the Map

The First Reactions to It Chapter Two Are All Over the Map

The fall movie season stars on September 6 with the release of highly anticipated horror sequel It Chapter Two. Though that’s still over two weeks away, Warner Bros. has begun screening the film for critics. Screenings mean social media reactions, and while lots of people don’t put faith in that kind of early buzz, we think you’ll be especially interested in this case.

Here’s why: The...

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Beth Elderkin Beth Elderkin Aug 21, 2019. 13 comments

Netflix's The I-Land Trailer Conjures Up the Scariest Thing of All...the Fyre Festival?

Netflix's The I-Land Trailer Conjures Up the Scariest Thing of All...the Fyre Festival?
Your browser does not support HTML5 video tag.Click here to view original GIFHey, this stock footage looks familiar.Image: NetflixTrailer FrenzyA special place to find the newest trailers for movies and TV shows you're craving.  

Netflix has released the first glimpse at The I-Land with a teaser clearly designed to rip on the announcement trailer for the failed Fyre Festival—even though the...

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Charles Pulliam-Moore Charles Pulliam-Moore Aug 21, 2019. 6 comments

Being a Latchkey Kid Is Horrifying in the First Antlers Teaser

Being a Latchkey Kid Is Horrifying in the First Antlers Teaser

Never let it be said that Guillermo del Toro doesn’t know how to keep himself almost inhumanly busy dreaming up nightmarish works of art people will gladly flock to theaters and pay hand over fist to see. One of the latest projects he has a hand in, supernatural horror film Antlers, has a new trailer today.

Though del Toro has plenty of his own screenplays in various stages of development,...

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