Bryan Fuller Would Like To Make A Fourth Season Of Hannibal

by Peter Paltridgeon May 26, 2017
Hollywood is currently addicted to the exploitation of pre-existing properties, and that obsession is generating a lot of inferior products that will be forgotten quickly. In the right hands, however, an IP can transfer from movies to television flawlessly and stand up in its own right. This happened with Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal, a prequel to […]

Universal Studios Announces The “Dark Universe”

by Peter Paltridgeon May 22, 2017
Next month Universal will introduce their latest take on The Mummy. It involves an ancient female princess, Tom Cruise, an airplane and explosions. Universal wants you to know that it’s just the opening to a gigantic cinematic world that will span dozens of movies….the DARK UNIVERSE! It’s like the MCU, only with monsters instead of […]

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Resident Evil Movies Will Never Stop Coming

by Peter Paltridgeon May 22, 2017
This might be hard to believe, but director Paul W.S. Anderson says he’s done with the Resident Evil-branded series of movies. That franchise has been “finished” before but Paul has always returned to direct another one, bringing along his wife Milla Jovovich as the star. This time, however, he might mean it….because he’s confirmed to […]

H.R. Giger’s Alien Nearly Got Its Own Saturday Morning Cartoon

by Peter Paltridgeon May 16, 2017
Alien: Covenant isn’t the first time a famous drooling black buglike thing is going to be exploited for profit, nor will it be the last. But did you know in the early 90’s, the Alien series came THIS CLOSE to becoming a Saturday Morning cartoon? Brought to our attention by Dread Central, Operation: Aliens was […]

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Stranger Things Season Two Will Bring Weirder Stuff

by Peter Paltridgeon May 1, 2017
Emmy Magazine, the official publication of the Emmy academy, has published a new interview with the child stars of Stranger Things. Among other comments, they reveal some previously unknown bits of information about the next season of the Netflix hit. “The great thing about this [upcoming] season is you get to see insights into each […]

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The Dream Of Alien 5 May Be Dead

by Peter Paltridgeon April 30, 2017
Director Ridley Scott has been holding a grip on the Alien franchise for the last few years, making middling prequels. All this time we’ve held out hope that eventually, SOMEDAY, director Neill Blomkamp would be allowed to make his proposed “Alien 5″ picture — a movie that would once again bring Sigourney Weaver back to […]


Fox Releases Alien: Covenant VR Experience

by Peter Paltridgeon April 26, 2017
Today, 4-26, is Alien Day, the unofficial holiday declared by 20th Century Fox to promote its upcoming Alien movie. And how are they celebrating? With this new virtual reality film that anyone with an Oculus can experience. You might be expecting a jump-scare piece where you’re in a dark corridor and the Alien jumps out […]

A Dark Signal Starts Broadcasting Soon

by Peter Paltridgeon April 21, 2017
Producer Neil Marshal has a decent track record, with one of the most memorable horror movies of all time (The Descent) on his resume. The question is, can he do for radio what he did for caves? XLrator Media is keeping a tight lip on the plot. So far, A Dark Signal only has a […]

The Belko Experiment Comes To Blu-Ray June 27

by Peter Paltridgeon April 20, 2017
Odds are pretty good you missed director James Wan’s latest horror flick, The Belko Experiment, when it briefly flickered in theaters last month. The good news on that end is that you won’t have to wait long for the home video versions to appear. Fox Home Entertainment announced today this sordid tale of office management […]


Alien Returns To Theaters For One Day Only

by Peter Paltridgeon April 18, 2017
Wednesday, April 26 is Alien Day. Can you guess why? It’s because the planet seen in the original Alien was called LV-426, and so on 4-26, 20th Century Fox will be re-releasing Alien on the big screen. This is a promotional stunt to drum up attention for Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant, of course, but even […]

Mystery Science Theater 3000 Literally Riffing On Netflix

by Peter Paltridgeon April 14, 2017
The new season of Mystery Science Theater 3000 starts streaming on Netflix TODAY! And what better way for the crew of the Satellite of Love to show gratitude to their benefactors than to riff apart their pre-existing programming? Sparing nobody, they’re going after Netflix’s most sacred cow. Watch them watch Stranger Things! The new season […]

Netflix To Produce A New Haunting

by Peter Paltridgeon April 10, 2017
One of the most classic films in horror history is Robert Wise’s 1963 chiller The Haunting, based on Shirley Jackson’s 1959 classic The Haunting of Hill House. It’s in black and white, but it still holds up as one of the creepiest films ever made. Its 1999 remake, filled with goofy characters and embarrassing early […]