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Four Clips From Bonejangles

by Peter Paltridgeon July 25, 2017
A group of police are transporting the masked killer known as Bonejangles to prison when their vehicle breaks down…in the middle of a haunted town infested with monsters! They don’t have the training to handle this kind of encounter….but Bonejangles does! Can they trust him to get them out of this mess and save their […]

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SDCC 2017: Wynonna Earp Renewed For Third Season

by Peter Paltridgeon July 24, 2017
Yesterday during SDCC SyFy made the announcement that their whacked-out western horror comedy series Wynonna Earp would stick around another year. The crowd went wild, as this tweet video proves. Last time we brought up Wynonna Earp on this site, I told you the show was “fun but flawed” and that the Bobo storyline didn’t […]

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George A. Romero, Father Of The Modern Zombie, Dead At 77

by Peter Paltridgeon July 17, 2017
George A. Romero, the Hollywood horror director best known for his zombie movies, passed away this weekend. His best-known work, 1968’s Night of the Living Dead, was created with friends on a crowdfunded budget of $114,000. He was inspired by Richard Matheson’s book I Am Legend, and based the storyline on what must have happened […]

Check Out This Cool Stranger Things Season 2 Poster

by Peter Paltridgeon July 11, 2017
Netflix has had an excellent summer so far with the premieres of GLOW and the Castlevania cartoon, but they don’t want you to forget Stranger Things. It was around this time last year the original season premiered and became the streaming outlet’s biggest cultural hit to date. In a few months it’s coming back, and […]

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How Ridley Scott Plans To Work Ripley Into The Alien Prequels

by Peter Paltridgeon July 10, 2017
Ridley Scott has decided he’s just going to keep making Alien prequels until he’s either dead or too weak to continue. The problem is as long as Fox is occupied with making prequels, we can’t get a SE-quel, meaning Sigourney Weaver is just sitting there while the precious remaining years of her life tick away. […]

Curse Of Chucky Premieres October 3

by Peter Paltridgeon June 29, 2017
Jason, Freddy and Michael Myers are all sitting around with stalled careers. But Chucky, the ginger doll possessed by a maniacal madman, has become the only character from the golden age of slashers to continue appearing in films to this day, without a single reboot. This Halloween he’ll star in his seventh movie, Curse of […]

New Line Moves Forward With Conjuring 3

by Peter Paltridgeon June 26, 2017
New Line Cinema, the studio behind one of modern horror’s biggest success stories (The Conjuring and its sequel), has begun production on a third film in the series, they announced today.¬†David Leslie Johnson, who wrote The Conjuring 2, will return to write the third movie….but what of the most important ingredient, the scary movie knowhow […]

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Saw Series To Be Revived This Halloween

by Peter Paltridgeon June 22, 2017
At what exact point is it safe to bring a long-running series back after you’ve pounded it into the ground? Does seven years sound fair? That’s how long Lionsgate has been sitting on the Saw franchise ever since diminishing returns killed it in 2010. Now it’s coming back this fall under the new title of […]

The Next Amityville Movie Is Done, But It Won’t Be Released

by Peter Paltridgeon June 9, 2017
Our typical Januaries are crammed with horror movies the studios think are stinkers and want to burn off. But there’s a horror movie that is apparently so bad that its parent company doesn’t want to release it at all. I’m referring to Amityville: The Awakening, a picture originally scheduled to come out April 15, 2016. […]

Wynonna Earp Is Getting An Unconventional Blu-Ray Release

by Peter Paltridgeon May 31, 2017
Television studios have had to come up with various ways of dealing with a hardcore collectors’ market that will still pay for shows on disc, while dealing with a brick-and-mortar market that continues to shrink its DVD and Blu-Ray shelf space. To get through the blockade to their fans, some companies have offered shows as […]

The Flashback Interview: Holly Fields

by Johnny Capson May 31, 2017
I attended Chiller Theatre in Parsippany, New Jersey for the 4th time in October of 2016, and as with the previous times I attended, I met a lot of wonderful people, both celebrity and convention-goer alike. Falling into the former category is my next interview subject. Holly Fields has been active in the entertainment industry […]

Neill Blomkamp Working On Mysterious Sci-Fi Project

by Peter Paltridgeon May 29, 2017
Recently Ridley Scott crushed director Neill Blomkamp’s dreams of making an Alien sequel into the dust. What was the man to do but carry onward? He announced a new project today, and it’s quite different for him: a series of mini-movies being created exclusively for the Steam platform. That’s right, the online marketplace traditionally known […]