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Paranormal Activity 7 Gets A Proper Title, Proper R-Rating

We've got some important information for fans of found footage horror. The upcoming seventh installment of the "Paranormal Activity" franchise has a title and is officially going to be R-rated. While much remains mysterious about the return of the series, it is set to arrive on Paramount+ in early 2022. Get Ready For The Next Of Kin Per the MPAA, the film has officially been titled "Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin." What's more, the organization has handed down an R rating to the horror flick "...
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The Purge 6 Already Has A Script, Will Bring Frank Grillo Back To The Franchise

The Purge will go on. Despite chatter ahead of the release of "The Forever Purge," which hit theaters this summer, that the fifth installment would end the long-running franchise, plans have changed. Now, we have word that Frank Grillo ("The Grey," "Captain America: The Winter Soldier") is set to make his return as Leo Barnes in "The Purge 6," with franchise creator James DeMonaco back in the saddle. The Purge 6 Is A Go In a recent interview with The Playlist, Grillo, who previously starred in "...
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Welcome To The Blumhouse Trailers: Four New Tales Of Terror Coming To Amazon

The House of Blum is horror honeycomb, its bees ever-grinding to produce sweet October harvests for the rest of us. Blumhouse, the production company behind "Paranormal Activity" and the "Purge" films, has its fingers in all mediums: they've got a publishing imprint (that teases a return of horror movie novelizations), a podcast network, they've even collaborated with Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios. All for the scares. Their latest venture is a return to their streaming anthology h...
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Four Full Trailers for 'Welcome to the Blumhouse' 2021 Horror Line-Up

"Find your own way to slay." Amazon Prime Video has debuted four individual trailers for the next four films as part of the Welcome to the Blumhouse horror series. A "series of unique, unsettling thrillers, that showcase original genre stories from diverse casts and filmmakers," the first four films launched last year. The original concept for Welcome to the Blumhouse was a line-up of eight films - this is the second set of them arriving in October 2021 to finish up this original project. Ar...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Horror, Amazon Prime Video, Blumhouse, To Watch, Adriana Barraza, Scott Caldwell Richard Brake Joshua Caleb Johnson


How To Watch Halloween Kills At Home

(Welcome to How to Watch, where we get down to brass tacks and tell you "Hey, here's how you can watch this thing." In this edition: Halloween Kills.)Michael Myers is back! Because of course he is! Halloween is fast approaching and everyone knows you can't get in the spirit without a mood-setting slasher flick. Good thing the Halloween franchise will never die. This time around, "Halloween Kills" is on the way to keep the horror alive and kicking, and while there will always be an audience for T...
Tags: Movies, Venice, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michael, Mike, Laurie, Haddonfield, David Gordon Green, Blumhouse, Michael Myers, SlashFilm, Laurie Strode Jamie Lee Curtis, Laurie Strode Curtis, Karen Judy Greer, Allyson Andi Matichak, Nancy Stephens


Halloween Kills Will Also Stream On Peacock When It Hits Theaters

Michael Myers is coming home ... to Peacock. "Halloween Kills," the follow-up to 2018's "Halloween," is now set to open both in theaters and stream on Peacock starting in October. Up until now, the David Gordon Green-directed film was listed as a theatrical exclusive – but that's obviously changed. Starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer, and Andi Matichak, "Halloween Kills" picks up immediately where the last film left off, with Laurie Strode, her daughter, and her granddaughter the only survivor...
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Universal’s Halloween Kills to Debut Day-and-Date in Theaters & on Peacock

Universal Pictures, Miramax, and Blumhouse have announced that the highly-anticipated Halloween Kills will be debuting day-and-date in theaters as well as on Peacock on October 15, 2021. RELATED: Halloween Kills Trailer: Michael Myers Battles Familiar Faces “In 2018, David Gordon Green’s Halloween, starring icon Jamie Lee Curtis, killed at the box office, earning more than $250 million worldwide, becoming the highest-grossing chapter in the four-decade franchise and setting a new record for the ...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Streaming, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jason Blum, Skull Island, Universal Pictures, Michael, Miramax, John Carpenter, Peacock, Laurie, Haddonfield, David Gordon Green, Blumhouse, Michael Myers


Scott Derrickson's The Black Phone Will Premiere At Fantastic Fest This Month — Get Your First Look Here

Surprise! "The Black Phone," the much-anticipated new horror flick from Blumhouse Productions and director Scott Derrickson, is set to have its world premiere later this month at Fantastic Fest. A trailer for the movie was recently screened at CinemaCon, and it allegedly scared the pants off of those who attended. What's more, we got a creepy first look at the horrors to come from Derrickson himself on Twitter. Let's take a gander.Creepy Ethan Hawke? Check. Scary mask? Check. Dark hallway where ...
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William Sadler Joins Salem’s Lot as Production Begins on Film Adaptation

Following the recent addition of acclaimed actress Alfre Woodard as Dr. Cody, Bill & Ted Face the Music actor William Sadler took to Twitter to reveal that he has officially joined the cast of New Line Cinema’s upcoming film adaptation of Stephen King’s classic horror novel Salem’s Lot. The 71-year-old actor also went on to confirm that production on the Gary Dauberman-directed pic has already started in Boston. Just started filming “Salem’s Lot” based on @StephenKing’s terrifying novel.  Stay ...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Boston, Stephen King, Jerusalem, Salem, Alfre Woodard, Rob Lowe, King, Vertigo, Sadler, Epix, Mears, Blumhouse, New Line Cinema, Woodard


Wild Indian: Exclusive Clip and Poster for Michael Greyeyes & Jesse Eisenberg Thriller

ComingSoon is excited to debut an exclusive clip and the poster for Vertical Entertainment’s Wild Indian. Written and directed by Lyle Mitchell Corbine Jr., the thriller stars Michael Greyeyes, Chaske Spencer, Jesse Eisenberg, and Kate Bosworth. The film is out September 3 in select theaters and on demand, and focuses on the coverup of a murder and the aftermath that follows. “Decades after covering up his classmate’s murder, Michael (Michael Greyeyes) has moved on from his reservation and fract...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Exclusive, Kate Bosworth, Jesse Eisenberg, Michael, Blumhouse, ComingSoon, Movie News, Michael Greyeyes, Greyeyes, Lyle Mitchell Corbine Jr, Wild Indian, Michael Michael Greyeyes, Michael Greyeyes Chaske Spencer Jesse Eisenberg, Michael Greyeyes Jesse Eisenberg


Halloween Kills’ Jamie Lee Curtis Explains How Laurie Strode Has Changed Since Blumhouse’s Last Sequel

Jamie Lee Curtis is back as Laurie Strode in Halloween Kills, but she'll be different this time around.
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Incredible Actor Michael Greyeyes Just Signed A Deal With Blumhouse

Blumhouse is looking to get into the Michael Greyeyes business, and who could blame them? Every time Greyeyes shows up in a film or series he raises the project's quality by at least a star or two. Whether it's a leading part or a walk-on role, Greyeyes is quickly establishing himself as a character actor to be reckoned with.Deadline is reporting that Greyeyes has signed a first-look development deal with Blumouse, which means that the actor, director, and professor will be bringing new projects...
Tags: Movies, News, Stephen King, Spike Lee, Jason Blum, Damien Chazelle, Barrymore, George C Scott, Blumhouse, Blum, SlashFilm, Michael Greyeyes, Greyeyes, BlacKkKlansman, John Rainbird


The Thing About Pam Release Date, Cast, And More

The story of the Pam Hupp case is headed to TV courtesy of Blumhouse and NBC. The story was covered by "Dateline" several times, and turned into a podcast called "The Thing About Pam." Now, the TV adaptation will use that same title, and star Renee Zellweger as Pam Hupp, a woman connected to multiple murders. There aren't a whole lot of details about "The Thing About Pam" TV series just yet, but I've rounded up the info you need to know in the meantime.  The Thing About Pam Release Date And Wher...
Tags: Television, Movies, Nbc, Wikipedia, Renée Zellweger, Fallon, Neumann, Josh Duhamel, Pam, Russ, Alford, St Louis County, Blumhouse, Keith Morrison, St Louis County Police Department, SlashFilm


Scott Derrickson's The Black Phone Is "The Scariest Movie" Producer Jason Blum Has Made

During CinemaCon this week, footage from Scott Derrickson's "The Black Phone" gave lucky attendees a glimpse of the Joe Hill adaptation to come. By all accounts, the footage was effective — and it probably helped that Blumhouse head honcho Jason Blum claimed the flick is the scariest film he's ever produced. That's a bold claim, Mr. Blum! The horror film reunites Derrickson with "Sinister" star Ethan Hawke, who this time plays a masked kidnapper with a captive kid in his basement.  The Scariest ...
Tags: Movies, News, Ethan Hawke, Jason Blum, Joe Hill, Scott, Variety, Hawke, Shaw, Blumhouse, Blum, Scott Derrickson, Cinemacon, SlashFilm, Robert Cargill, Derrickson


Ethan Hawke Horror Film ‘The Black Phone,’ Poised as Next Blumhouse Smash, Traumatizes CinemaCon

Finally, something scarier than the COVID-19 delta variant has come out of CinemaCon 2021. Universal Pictures unveiled a packed trailer for its upcoming Blumhouse horror thriller “The Black Phone” on Wednesday, during a presentation to the annual convention of movie theater owners in Las Vegas. Reuniting Ethan Hawke with his “Sinister” writer-director Scott Derrickson, the […]
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First Teaser for Four More 'Welcome to the Blumhouse' Horror Films

"Terror comes in twos…" Amazon Prime Video has unveiled the first teaser trailer for the next four films as part of the Welcome to the Blumhouse horror anthology. A "series of unique, unsettling thrillers, that showcase original genre stories from diverse casts and filmmakers," the first four films launched last year in October. The original concept for Welcome to the Blumhouse was a selection of eight films - and this is the second set of them arriving in October 2021 to finish up this orig...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Horror, Amazon Prime Video, Blumhouse, To Watch, Adriana Barraza, Scott Caldwell Richard Brake Joshua Caleb Johnson


Welcome To The Blumhouse 2021 Trailer: Four New Horror Films Head To Amazon

Blumhouse and Amazon Prime Video are at it again with another round of "Welcome to the Blumhouse" films. Last year, four Blumhouse movies premiered directly on Prime Video, and the results were...not great. Perhaps this new round of movies will be an improvement. Once again, we'll be getting four new movies, with two dropping on one weekend, and two more dropping the following weekend. The titles include "Bingo Hell" directed by Gigi Saul Guerrero; "Black as Night" directed by Maritte Lee Go; "M...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, News, California, New Orleans, Trailers, Diana, BETO, Amazon Prime Video, Big Easy, Lupita, Judith, Blumhouse, Shawna, SlashFilm, Madres


Halloween Kills’ Michael Myers Reveals His Favorite Kills From Blumhouse’s Previous Sequel

Halloween Kills is nearly upon us, and Michael Myers actor James Jude Courtney is looking back on his work in the 2018 sequel.
Tags: Religion, Blumhouse, Michael Myers, James Jude Courtney


‘Madres’ Brings a ’70s-Tinged Maternal Nightmare to ‘Welcome to the Blumhouse’ [Exclusive]

Yesterday, Amazon Prime Video and Blumhouse announced the next installment of their Welcome to the Blumhouse film series with four original thrillers from a diverse slate of filmmakers. The films – Bingo Hell, Black as Night, Madres, and The Manor – will premiere worldwide this October exclusively on Prime Video. Now, we have exclusive info on director Ryan Zaragoza‘s feature debut, Madres. Set in the 1970s, Madres tells the tale of a young Mexican-American couple, Beto and Diana, who are expec...
Tags: Movies, News, California, America, Features, Diana, Kubrick, BETO, Blumhouse, Madres, Ryan Zaragoza, Beto Tenoch Huerta, Diana Ariana Guerra, Pregnancy Madres, Ryan Zargoza, Zargoza


Blumhouse's Black as Night Tells a Vampire Tale From an Entirely New Point of View

Blumhouse Television and Amazon Studios are teaming up for another round of “Welcome to the Blumhouse,” bringing four new horror films to streaming this fall. io9 is thrilled to have the exclusive first look at one of the films: vampire tale Black as Night, written by Sherman Payne (Legacies, Scream: The TV Series,…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Vampires, It, Cheryl Eddy, Blumhouse, Shawna, Keith David, David Romero, Blumhouse Television, Vampire Film, Axelle Carolyn, Gigi Saul Guerrero, Sherman Payne, Blumhouse Television and Amazon Studios, Maritte Lee Go


‘Behind the Monsters’ Series Will Dig Into the History of Horror’s Biggest Icons

As AMC’s genre-centric streaming service, Shudder is already packed full of horror, blood, and monstrosities. But soon, the spine-tingling streamer’s library will be joined by some of horror’s biggest icons in a new documentary series called Behind the Monsters. Deadline has learned that Shudder ordered six episodes of the docuseries that will focus on some of the most well-known killers from horror history: Michael Myers, Jason Vorhees, Freddy Krueger, Chucky, Pinhead, and Candyman. Each epi...
Tags: TV, Movies, News, Amc, Chucky, Jim Doyle, Tom Holland, Freddy Krueger, Blumhouse, Wes Craven, Virginia Madsen, Catherine Hicks, Doug Bradley, Michael Myers, Jason Voorhees, Heather Langenkamp


‘Welcome to the Blumhouse’: Release Date, Cast and More

(Welcome to …And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.) Blumhouse has spent years establishing itself as your one-stop shop for all things horror, boosting the voices of distinctive artists who have spooky stories worth telling. 2020 marked the first time Blumhouse joined forces with Amazon to host a special event for four filmmakers with four horror movies. Almost exactly a year late...
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Behind the Monsters Docuseries Gets Series Order at Shudder

Shudder has officially granted a series order to a brand new documentary series titled Behind the Monsters, centering around cinematic horror icons including Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, Michael Myers, Candyman, Chucky, and Pinhead. The six-episode series is scheduled to make its debut on October 26, with episodes premiering weekly. “In the history of film, only a handful of stars and characters like Mickey Mouse or Marilyn Monroe have risen to the heights of fame to become instantly recogniz...
Tags: TV, Movies, Horror, Marilyn Monroe, TV News, Streaming, Chucky, Hulu, Pinhead, Mickey Mouse, Jim Doyle, Candyman, Tom Holland, Freddy Krueger, Blumhouse, Wes Craven


Pet Sematary Prequel Movie Adds Henry Thomas & Samantha Mathis

According to Deadline, The Haunting of Hill House star Henry Thomas, and Samantha Mathis (Billions) have officially been tapped to join Paramount Players’ forthcoming Pet Sematary prequel movie, based on Stephen King’s best-selling horror novel of the same name. Further details about its plot and characters are still being kept under wraps, but production on the project has already begun last week. This marks Thomas’ latest Stephen King project after appearing in 2019’s film adaptation of Doctor...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Stephen King, Streaming, Jackson, John Lithgow, Paramount, Adrien Brody, Thomas, Jason Clarke, Louis, Epix, Blumhouse, Hill House, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Henry Thomas


Universal & Blumhouse to Release First Film in The Exorcist Trilogy in 2023

Following the recent news that Universal Pictures and Peacock have acquired the rights to Blumhouse Production’s follow-up trilogy to William Friedkin’s iconic horror film The Exorcist, Universal and Blumhouse have announced the studios will release the first of three films based on The Exorcist IP on October 13, 2023. RELATED: Universal Nabs The Exorcist Trilogy With Ellen Burstyn to Reprise Role The Exorcist trilogy is not being developed as a remake but rather as a direct sequel to the origin...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Miami, Universal Pictures, Nicholas Hoult, Regan, James Robinson, Peacock, Ellen Burstyn, Burstyn, David Gordon Green, Blumhouse, Regan Linda Blair, William Peter Blatty, Morgan Creek Production, William Friedkin


Interview: Lucky Star & Writer Brea Grant Discusses Horror Film’s Themes

RLJE Films and Shudder’s horror film Lucky is now available digitally and on Blu-ray. Directed by Natasha Kermani, the film stars Brea Grant, who also wrote the script, as a self-help author tormented by a killer. “Life takes a sudden turn for May (Grant), a popular self-help book author, when she finds herself the target of a mysterious man with murderous intentions,” reads the official synopsis. “Every night without fail, he comes after her, and every day the people around her barely seem to n...
Tags: Movies, Interview, Horror, Streaming, Grant, Lucky, Alice, May, Natasha, Epix, Blumhouse, Katey Sagal, Shudder, Sabina Graves, Epic Pictures, Brea Grant


Nicholas Hoult to Star in Universal’s New Monster Film Renfield

According to Deadline, Mad Max: Fury Road star Nicholas Hoult has officially signed on for the leading role in one of Universal Pictures’ upcoming monster movies titled Renfield, based on a character created by Bram Stoker in his classic horror novel Dracula. The film will be directed by Chris McKay (The Tomorrow War). Hoult is no stranger to the comedy-horror genre as he previously starred in 2013’s zombie movie Warm Bodies. His other notable film credits include the X-Men films, Jack the Giant...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Horror, Tom Waits, Phil Lord, Chris Miller, Ryan Gosling, Jack, Hulu, Chris Mckay, Mel Brooks, Bram Stoker, Universal Pictures, Elizabeth, Francis Ford Coppola, Nicholas Hoult


Universal Nabs The Exorcist Trilogy With Ellen Burstyn to Reprise Role

According to , Universal Pictures and Peacock have successfully acquired the rights to Blumhouse Production’s follow-up trilogy to William Friedkin’s iconic horror film The Exorcist for a whopping deal of over $400 million. This acquisition comes after it was reported last December that Halloween‘s David Gordon Green was in talks to direct. Now, it has been officially confirmed that he has signed on to helm the first film in the planned trilogy, which is expected to arrive in theaters in late 2...
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Universal & Peacock Close $400M Deal For ‘Exorcist’ Trilogy; Ellen Burstyn To Reprise Classic Role

Universal Pictures and NBCUniversal’s streaming service Peacock, in partnership with Blumhouse and Morgan Creek, have closed a reported...
Tags: Universal Pictures, Ellen Burstyn, Morgan Creek, Blumhouse


A New Exorcist Trilogy Is Coming From Universal and Blumhouse [Updated]

One of the scariest, most influential horror franchises of all-time is making a mega blockbuster comeback. reports that David Gordon Green (the new Halloween films) will write and direct a reboot/sequel in which Hamilton’s Leslie Odom Jr. plays the father of a possessed girl. Desperate for help, he…Read more...
Tags: Halloween, Science, Films, Emmy, Jason Blum, Hamilton, Peter Sattler, David Robinson, Peacock, Ellen Burstyn, Sequel, David Gordon Green, Donna Langley, Blumhouse, Leslie Odom Jr, The Exorcist