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Jeff Bezos Nudes, Self-Aware Fish, and Brain Zapping: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

A good rule of thumb if you’re going to threaten to publish nude photos of the richest man on the planet unless he says you’re not working with the Saudi government is: Probably don’t do that! And if for some reason you are reckless enough to do that, you probably shouldn’t do so in writing!Read more...
Tags: Google, Star Wars, TV, Science, Technology, Movies, Instagram, Net Neutrality, Labor, Drugs, Horror, Funerals, China, Social Media, Star Trek, Fish

Shudder’s Creepshow Revival Will Feature Stories From Stephen King and the Author of Bird Box

What a scream-studded lineup.
Tags: Science, Horror, Amc, Stephen King, Greg Nicotero, Creepshow, Shudder, Bird Box

Jennifer Tilly Joins Chucky’s Creator in Not Approving of the Child’s Play Remake

Oh, Child’s Play. What a strange horror franchise you are. The most remarkable thing about it is that it’s gone so long without a reboot, maintaining a straight series of bizarre sequels featuring Chucky, his wife, and his whole terrifying doll family until now. But, the reboot is a-comin’, and not everyone approves.Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Childs Play, Chucky, Don Mancini, Jennifer Tilly

An Aquaman Spinoff Is Happening Without Any of Aquaman's Stars

James Wan’s Aquaman was such a hit, not only will it get a sequel, even its tertiary characters are getting their own movies. Just not the ones anyone expected.Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Dc Comics, Warner Bros, Aquaman, DC Entertainment, James Wan, The Trench, Noah Gardner, Aidan Fitzgerald

The Child's Play Reboot Trailer Lets Us Know What New Horror Awaits From Chucky

Chucky is back on the big screen and your first look is here.Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Childs Play, Aubrey Plaza, Chucky, Dolls, Orion Pictures, Brian Tyree Henry, Lars Klevberg

A New Pet Sematary Trailer Reveals the Remake Will Scare You in a Slightly Different Way

The strongest argument against letting a young person ever have a pet is that, eventually, they’re likely to become emotionally attached to it, which’ll almost invariably become a problem once the pet in question decides to die.Read more...
Tags: Books, Death, Science, Kids, Horror, Animals, Pets, Stephen King, Paramount, Dennis Widmyer, Kevin Kolsch, Pet Sematary

These Are the Sci-Fi and Horror Films Likely to Break Out of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival

Besides being great genre films, what do The Blair Witch Project, Saw, Get Out, Memento, Donnie Darko, Hereditary, and 28 Days Later have in common? They all premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Sci Fi, Sundance film festival, The Lodge, Paradise Hills, Wounds, Little Monsters, Sweetheart, I Am Mother, The Hole in the Ground, Donnie Darko Hereditary

The Second Trailer for Jordan Peele's Us is Full of Menace and Doppelgangers

“Who’s that?”
Tags: Science, Horror, US, Lupita Nyongo, Jordan Peele, Winston Duke

These Are the Major Sci-fi and Fantasy Movie Milestones Coming in 2019

There are a lot of amazing new movies coming in 2019, but there’s also a long list of classic, iconic films that will be celebrating significant anniversaries this year.Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Fantasy, Sci Fi, Io9 2019 Preview, 2019 Preview

Rampant Looks to Blend the Zombie and Period Epic Genres With Gory Delight

What happens when a bunch of zombies attack a medieval town full of sword-wielding warriors? You’re about to find out in Rampant.Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Zombies, Rampant

Jake Gyllenhaal and Velvet Buzzsaw Ensure You'll Never Look at Art the Same Way Again

The art world can be pretentious, but it can also be deadly, as the first trailer for Netflix’s new thriller, Velvet Buzzsaw, reveals. It puts Jake Gyllenhaal right in the middle of an artistic mystery that threatens the minds and lives of everyone around him.Read more...
Tags: Science, Trailer, Horror, Netflix, Jake Gyllenhaal, Streaming, Velvet Buzzsaw

The Biggest Horror Movie Milestones Coming in 2019

There are some huge 40th anniversaries coming up this year for horror fans; as you’ll see (and probably already realized), 1979 was a mighty big year for the genre. But that’s not all. As long as you’re planning one party, might as well recognize these other spooky classics that are marking milestones in 2019.Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Vincent Price, Sherlock Holmes, Alien, Walt Disney, Retro Review, Zombieland, Wes Craven, Kenneth Anger, Phantasm, The Blair Witch Project, William Castle, Interview with the vampire, Un Chien Andalou, The Sixth Sense

Can You Guess What's Wrong With This Phone?

While working on a property in Sydney, Australia, a man says he found a wall-mounted phone that “looked dirty and was not working.” Luckily for us, he filmed his subsequent investigation.Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Sydney Australia, Guessing Games

Bemused Blogger Boggled by Baby Jack Black's Behemoth Full-Grown Head

Eli Roth’s The House With a Clock in Its Walls has all kinds of special effects you’d expect from a big-budget project, but one of its most startling achievements was pulled off with a good, old-fashioned animatronic nightmare.Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Babies, Universal, Jack Black, Vfx, Eli Roth, Practical Effects, Animatronics, The House With a Clock in its Walls, Baby Jack Black

A Creepy Fable Becomes a Little Too Real in This Witchy Horror Short

If someone says you shouldn’t light candles, lest you summon a witch, you best listen.Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Witches, Short Films, The Candlelight Witch

Director Sophia Takal Talks Blumhouse and Her Episode of Hulu's Horror Anthology Into the Dark

The Hulu-Blumhouse holiday horror anthology series Into the Dark returns today with a new episode in honor of New Year’s Eve, a searing takedown of social media, toxic friendships, and wellness culture titled “New Year, New You.” It’s a suspenseful entry with an all-female cast, directed by Sophia Takal.Read more...
Tags: Science, Interview, Horror, Streaming, Hulu, Blumhouse, Sophia Takal, Into the Dark, Sophia Takal Talks Blumhouse, Sophia Takal Read

Jordan Peele's Us Reveals Its Scary Secret in a Creepy First Trailer 

Halloween, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Friday the 13th are all horror classics—and, if Jordan Peele has his way, Us will soon join them. The first trailer for Peele’s follow-up to Get Out is here, and with this film, the writer-director had some lofty goals.Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, US, Lupita Nyongo, Peele, Jordan Peele, Elizabeth Moss, Winston Duke

The Teaser for The Walking Dead's Mid-Season Premiere is Actually Pretty Frightening

I expect a lot of things from The Walking Dead. Action. Melodrama. Zombies. But actual, deep-seated fear, that Texas Chainsaw Massacre kind of creeped out? Not usually. It’s not that kind of show anymore, most of the time.
Tags: Science, The Walking Dead, Horror, Amc, Texas Chainsaw Massacre

8 Reasons Why Horror Ruled TV in 2018

The year in horror began with Get Out winning an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay, and went on to include big-screen landmarks like A Quiet Place, Hereditary, and Halloween. But 2018 also yielded a high concentration of juicy horror in 2018 on the small screen, too. Here are eight reasons why.Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Syfy, Netflix, Ifc, Starz, Streaming, Hulu, Year In Review, American Horror Story, FX, Castle Rock, Ash Vs Evil Dead, Channel Zero, The Haunting of Hill House, Stan Against Evil

The First Trailer For James Gunn's Brightburn Offers a Horrifying Take On a Familiar Superheroic Myth

You know the story: the loving parents desperate for a child. The space ship, careening from some far-off planet. A special child. Only this time, the kid doesn’t grow up to be Superman. Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Superheroes, James Gunn, Brightburn

Blumhouse's Into the Dark Anthology's New Years Entry Is From a Lady Director

A couple of months ago, Blumhouse head and horror super-producer Jason Blum got into some justifiable trouble for his comments suggesting that there were not many women directors in the horror space, which explains why, at that time, Blumhouse hadn’t produced a single theatrically distributed horror film made by a…Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Hulu, Jason Blum, Blumhouse, Sophia Takal, Into the Dark

Watch How Some of Suspiria's Most Disturbing Moments Came to Life

We’ve already established that Luca Guadagnino’s remake of Suspiria is quite good. And maybe you’ve even had a chance to see it. Even if you haven’t, though, you can skip to some of its best, most disturbing parts thanks to a new featurette.Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Vfx, Practical Effects, Amazon Studios, Luca Guadagnino, Make Up, Suspiria

The World's Smartest Plants, Atomic Clocks, and Whale Poop: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

It’s the final stretch of 2018, folks, and here at Gizmodo we’re still working hard to end this year with a bang. In the past week, we’ve covered everything from which plants are cleverer than others and NASA’s InSight lander to just how screwed up Robin Hood’s version of medieval history is and the annual White House…Read more...
Tags: Gadgets, Gaming, Space, Science, Technology, Review, Video Games, Horror, White House, Time, Robin Hood, Christmas, Painting, History, Nasa, Malware

Into the Dark's Pooka Is the Latest Sign of the Apocalypse

For reasons that cannot be explained, many things that are, in theory, meant to be entertaining to children (like Furbies or that damn Elf on the Shelf) are actually fucking terrifying when you step back and really look at them for what they are.Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Streaming, Hulu, Blumhouse, Into the Dark

The White House Continues Its Tradition of Turning Christmas Into a Horror Film

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something filled with the coagulating blood of one’s enemies. The Trump household apparently wasn’t content turning the White House into a dark alternate dimension where all hope dies for just one year—this house of horrors has now become an annual holiday tradition.Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, White House, Holy Crap Wtf, Trump

5 Cult Horror Movies to Weird Up the Winter Holidays

Christmas has its own horror sub-genre at this point (got a fun list for ya right here all about it, in fact), while Hulu’s current Into the Dark anthology series is exploring the relationship between scary movies and red-letter days on a month-by-month basis. But with Thanksgiving upon us, we wanted to look back at…Read more...
Tags: Science, Thanksgiving, Holidays, Horror, Christmas, New Years Eve, Hulu, X Ray, Valentines Day, Blood Rage, Silent Night Bloody Night, New Years Evil, Terror Train

The 12 Coolest Horror References We Spotted in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is a bewitching series based on a popular comic book, but it also pays homage to the horror genre as a whole. Here are a few of the best horror references we came across during the first season, as well as a few special Easter eggs from behind the scenes.Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Netflix, George Romero, Riverdale, Sabrina, Suspiria, Night of the Living Dead, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Nightmare On Elm Street

I Kind of Thought The Blair Witch Project Was Real—This Is My Story

I believe your enjoyment of The Blair Witch Project is directly related to when you saw it. When the film opened in wide-release across the U.S. in July of 1999, it was beyond a massive success and yet, large chunks of that audience hated it. They wondered, “Why was this movie so hyped? Why did I just pay to see that?…Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Viral Marketing, The Blair Witch Project, Blair Witch, Blair Witch Project

LeBron James Could Be Responsible for the Resurrection of Jason Voorhees

The next time Jason Voorhees rises from the grave, it might be because of basketball superstar LeBron James.Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Lebron James, Paramount, Jason Voorhees, Friday The 13th, LeBron James Read

Let's Talk About the Ending of the New Halloween

The new Halloween was a big success this weekend, grossing an estimated $77.5 million over its first weekend. It’s the 11th film in the Halloween franchise, but only the second in the story it’s telling, and that story has an explosive ending that we’re excited to dissect now that the film is out.Read more...
Tags: Halloween, Science, Horror, Universal, Jamie Lee Curtis, David Gordon Green, Blumhouse, Michael Myers

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