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Run Trailer: Sarah Paulson Stars in Lionsgate’s New Horror Thriller

Run Trailer: Sarah Paulson stars in Lionsgate’s new horror thriller Lionsgate has released the official trailer for director Aneesh Chaganty’s upcoming horror thriller film Run, featuring a sheltered daughter who discovers the terrifying truth about her mother. Starring Golden Globe and Emmy-winning actress Sarah Paulson (American Horror Story, Bird Box) and newcomer Kiera Allen. the film is scheduled to make its debut on May 8. Check out the video in the player below! RELATED: Antebellum Tea...
Tags: Google, Video, Movies, Lionsgate, Horror, Sarah Paulson, Janelle Monae, Chloe, ComingSoon, Movie News, Ohanian, Sev Ohanian, Aneesh Chaganty, Natalie Qasabian, Starring Golden Globe, Kiera Allen

Jason Blum Says Halloween Kills Feels Like a Complete Movie

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Jason Blum Says Halloween Kills Feels Like a Complete Movie When Blumhouse Productions and director David Gordon Green announced that the next Halloween film would actually be two films — titled Halloween Kills and Halloween Ends — the feeling was that both films would serve as two halves of one large story. There’s certainly nothing wrong with that, but for those of you who prefer your movies served up complete, Jason Blum is here to brighten your day. In a recent intervi...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Horror, Green, Jason Blum, Elisabeth Moss, John Carpenter, Marion, Paul Rudd, David Gordon Green, Blumhouse, Michael Myers, ComingSoon, Danny McBride, Anthony Michael Hall, Couper Samuelson

William Brent Bell to Direct Orphan Prequel Esther

William Brent Bell to direct Orphan prequel Esther William Brent Bell, director of The Devil Inside, The Boy, and Brahms: The Boy II, will helm the Orphan prequel Esther for eOne, according to Deadline. The script was written by David Coggeshall (Watch Over Me, PREY). RELATED: Brahms: The Boy 2 Clip: Play Date Goes Terribly Wrong In Esther, Lena Klammer orchestrates a brilliant escape from a Russian psychiatric facility and travels to America by impersonating the missing daughter of a wealthy...
Tags: Movies, Horror, America, Brooklyn, Brian Cox, Emmy, Eone, Golden Globe, William Brent Bell, Esther, Brahms, Lena, ComingSoon, Isabelle Fuhrman, Jaume Collet Serra, Jen Gorton

‘Orphan’ Prequel ‘Esther’ Coming From ‘The Boy’ Director

Orphan, Jaume Collet-Serra’s stylish horror thriller about an adopted child who turns out to be a murderous adult in disguise, is getting a prequel. William Brent Bell, director of The Boy and the upcoming Brahams: The Boy 2, is set to direct the pic, which is titled Esther. The movie will explore the origin story of the murderous faux-child. THR is reporting that William Brent Bell will direct an Orphan prequel called Esther. Here are the details: The new film tells the origin story of unde...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Disney, America, Sequels, Orphan, William Brent Bell, Esther, Lena, Isabelle Fuhrman, Vera Farmiga, Jaume Collet Serra, Collet Serra, Lena Klammer, David Coggeshall Prey Lena, Esther AKA Lena

Women to Read: February 2020

Women To Read is a regular column from A.C. Wise highlighting female authors of speculative fiction and recommending a starting place for their work. Welcome to a new year, and a new Women to Read! Since February is Women in Horror Month, I figured I’d kick things off with an unsettling horror novel, then round things out with three short stories, which all incorporate disturbing and frightening elements, though not all in a strictly horror genre way. Mariko Koike is a Jap...
Tags: Books, Horror, Massachusetts, Miranda, Sam, Lola, Carlos, Sophia, Elias, Wasserstein, Heloise, Tamao, Koike, Smuggler Army, Women To Read, Teppei

‘Brahms: The Boy 2’ Clip Reminds You to Not Let Your Kids Play With Creepy Dolls

Have you heard the good news? Brahms is back. Yes, Brahms, the titular boy from The Boy, is ready to return in Brahms: The Boy 2. If you’ve seen the first film, you know by now that despite marketing to the contrary, the original The Boy was not about a killer doll. So just how the heck does that figure into the sequel? We don’t know yet. But we do know the doll is back, and his presence is inspiring all sorts of mischief. In a newly released The Boy 2 clip below, you can see Brahms sitting aro...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Sequels, Video Clips, The Boy, William Brent Bell, Brahms, Christopher Convery, Heelshire Mansion, Brahms: The Boy 2, Brahms Katie Holmes Ralph Ineson Owain Yeoman

‘Valentine’ is a Fascinating Artifact From the Post-‘Scream’ Horror Landscape

Back when Scream was released in 1996, it revitalized the slasher genre formula with its blend of self-referential humor and genuine scares. Once it became a cultural and box office phenomenon, it ushered in a new era of horror films in a similar vein such as I Know What You Did Last Summer and The Faculty . But then came a slasher pic that was inventive while showcasing the traditional slasher formula. Yet, because it still stuck to tradition and wasn’t entirely in the same vein as...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Features, Jeremy, Kate, Dorothy, Valentine, Paige, Melton, Featured Stories Sidebar, Jeremy Melton, Lily Jessica Cauffiel, Sidney Neve Campbell, Lily Paige, Shelley Because Kate

‘Brahms: The Boy II’ Star Katie Holmes on Being Creeped Out by Brahms and the Communal Experience of Horror [Interview]

This weekend will see Brahms: The Boy II coming to theaters, bringing back the creepy doll with the piercing gaze and the unsettlingly innocent face. This time, Brahms is terrorizing a whole new family by way of a boy named Jude (Christopher Convery), who discovers the doll buried in the woods on the property of the Heelshire Mansion. Jude is suffering from some trauma after a home invasion, and he’s not speaking to his parents Liza and Sean (Katie Holmes and Owain Yeoman). But soon he starts s...
Tags: Movies, Interviews, Horror, Features, Sequels, Katie-Holmes, Stx Entertainment, Don, Holmes, William Brent Bell, Brahms, Liza, Owain Yeoman, Featured Stories Sidebar, Sean Katie Holmes, Brahms: The Boy 2

Brahms: The Boy 2 Clip: Play Date Goes Terribly Wrong

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Brahms: The Boy 2 clip: play date goes terribly wrong STXfilms has released a new clip from director William Brent Bell’s upcoming supernatural horror sequel Brahms: The Boy II, featuring the titular doll as he manipulates Christopher Convery’s Jude into letting his bully get terribly hurt. Also starring Katie Holmes (Batman Begins), the film will have its theatrical release this Friday. Check out the video in the player below! (via Bloody Disgusting) RELATED: Jennifer T...
Tags: Video, Movies, Horror, Syfy, Katie Holmes, Richard Wright, Stx Entertainment, Joseph, Sean, William Brent Bell, Brahms, Lakeshore, Stacey Menear, Jude, Movie News, Ralph Ineson

Are You Afraid of The Dark? Season 2 a Go at Nickelodeon

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Are You Afraid of The Dark? season 2 a go at Nickelodeon Despite the original plan for last year’s Are You Afraid of the Dark? revival being a limited series run, Nickelodeon has chosen to greenlight a second season of the children’s horror series, according to The Wrap. RELATED: Watch The First Episode of Are You Afraid of The Dark? Online! Over three one-hour episodes, the series introduces an entirely new Midnight Society group of kids who tell a terrifying tale abo...
Tags: TV, Movies, Horror, TV News, Graham, Are You Afraid Of The Dark, Garfield, Nickelodeon, ComingSoon, Matt Kaplan, D J MacHale, Ned Kandel, Sam Ashe Arnold Best, Gavin Miya Cech, Akiko Tamara Smart Artemis Fowl, Louise Jeremy Taylor

The Walking Dead Episode 10.09 Opening Minutes Released

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Walking Dead episode 10.09 opening minutes released AMC has released the opening minutes from The Walking Dead‘s upcoming mid-tenth season premiere episode 10.09 titled “Squeeze,” featuring Carol and Daryl along with the other survivors as they get trapped by The Whisperers in a cave full of walkers.  The series is set to return this Sunday on February 23. Check out the video in the player below! RELATED: Mandatory Streamers: The Walking Dead Returns for Season 10B ...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, The Walking Dead, Horror, Amc, TV News, Carol, Daryl, Kevin Carroll, Dan Fogler Samantha Morton, Ryan Hurst Thora Birch

Book Review: Solstice by Lorence Alison

Title: Solstice Author: Lorence Alison Genre: Horror YA Publisher: Imprint BooksPublication date: February 18 2020Hardcover: 288 pages A music fest goes wrong in this comic YA thriller as selfie-mad concert-goers wake up to realize their tropical island fantasy is a deadly nightmare.When Adri is offered an all-expenses-paid trip to the exclusive Solstice Festival, she throws caution, her prestigious summer internship, and her parents goodwill to the wind. She just wants to ...
Tags: Books, Horror, Book Reviews, Young Adult, Nancy Drew, Elena, Solstice, 6 Rated Books, Adri, Christopher Pike, Lorence Alison


Prequel to the Conjuring spinoff. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, Horror, Netflix, Vod, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, By Eric Hillis


The quartet of zombie apocalypse survivors find themselves divided. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, Horror, Dvd, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, By Eric Hillis

New Release Review - VIVARIUM

After visiting a newly built suburban housing development, a two young lovers find themselves trapped in a nightmare. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, Horror, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, By Eric Hillis

‘The Invisible Man’ Clips: Elisabeth Moss Tries to Escape an Abusive Relationship

Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions have released two clips from director Leigh Whannell‘s remake of the classic monster movie The Invisible Man. The remake takes the sci-fi concept of a man rendered invisible to the world, and turns it into a metaphor for domestic abuse, with Elisabeth Moss‘ Cecilia unable to escape her abusive ex — figuratively and literally. The two new The Invisible Man clips show Moss’ character attempting an escape, and finding later on that there’s no real escap...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Nbc, Horror, Netflix, Leigh Whannell, Elisabeth Moss, Remakes, Universal Pictures, Adrian, Video Clips, Moss, Blumhouse, Hill House, Cecilia, The Invisible Man

‘Halloween Kills’ is a “Very Big Movie” on a “Large Canvas”

Super producer Jason Blum recently dropped some info on Halloween Kills, the upcoming sequel to 2018’s Halloween. According to Blum, David Gordon Green‘s follow-up is going to be even bigger than the previous movie. How big? Blum didn’t specify, but we can only assume this means Michael Myers will be facing off against the cast of The Fast and the Furious, and also possibly going to space. Or maybe not.  Any time the producer of a movie issues a statement like this, you have to take it with a...
Tags: Halloween, Movies, Horror, Sequels, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jason Blum, Curtis, Blum, Michael Myers, Brackett, Anthony Michael Hall, Laurie Strode, Halloween Kills, Charles Cyphers, Blum David Gordon Green, Tommy Doyle Kyle Richards

‘Kingdom’ Season 2 Trailer: Netflix’s Medieval Korean Zombie Series is Back from the Dead

Kingdom is coming back from the dead….of hiatus. The medieval Korean zombie series was never gone, but it has been a year since Kingdom debuted its first season on Netflix to critical acclaim. Now it returns for its second season, which follows Ju Ji-Hoon and Bae Doona as they continue their battle with the undead in Joseon Korea. Watch the Kingdom season 2 trailer below. Kingdom Season 2 Trailer Directed by Kim Seong-hun (A Hard Day) and written by Signal scribe Kim Eun-hee, Kingdom is...
Tags: Television, Movies, Horror, Kingdom, Netflix, Korea, Signal, TV Trailer, Joseon, Kim Seong, Bae Doona, Kim Eun hee Kingdom, Joseon Korea, Ju Ji Hoon, Ju Ji hoon Ryu Seung

Exclusive ‘Greenlight’ Clip: A Film Director Receives Some Terrifying News in This Hollywood Horror Film

Graham Denman ’s feature debut has all the makings of contemporary commentary on the filmmaking industry with a murderous twist. Horror fans always rave about well-executed practical effects, but why stop with warehouse replicas of exploding heads? Greenlight is about a director’s dream opportunity, except the last death in his picture – according to producers – must be a real execution. Are you willing to extinguish human life as a trade for your start in an already cutthroat and ruthless in...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Horror, Archer, Jack, Eli Roth, Greenlight, Williamson, Caroline Williams, Chase Williamson, Graham Denman, Hollywood Horror Film, Jack Archer, Moseby Chris Browning, Damien Victor Turpin, Nicole Alexandra Shipley

February 18 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases

BEGIN SLIDESHOW February 18 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases Welcome to’s February 18 Blu-ray, Digital HD and DVD column! We’ve highlighted this week’s releases in detailed write-ups of different titles below! Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon! New Movies on Blu-ray/DVD Jojo Rabbit When a lonely German boy (Roman Griffin Davis) finds a Jewish girl hiding in his attic, he must confront his own fanaticism in this darkly funny comedy from writer-dire...
Tags: TV, Movies, Horror, Germany, India, Digital, Tom Hanks, Portugal, Angola, TV News, Cbs, Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle, Mike Nichols, Ruby, Blu-ray

Mandatory Streamers: The Walking Dead Returns for Season 10B

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Mandatory Streamers: The Walking Dead returns for Season 10B Welcome to Mandatory Streamers, our column covering the best new streaming content coming your way every week! For the week of February 17, The Walking Dead returns for the second half of its 10th season, promising a massive escalation in the war with the Whisperers. Check out the best shows debuting and returning online this week as well as the latest renewal announcements below and be sure to visit our mother s...
Tags: Amazon, Videos, Star Wars, Hbo, Better Call Saul, UK, TV, Movies, The Walking Dead, Horror, New York City, Amc, Walking Dead, TV News, Streaming, Rex

‘Gremlins’ Director Joe Dante Will Consult on HBO Max’s Animated ‘Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai’ Series

Gremlins and Gremlins 2: The New Batch director Joe Dante is feeding fans of the furry creatures with the confirmation that he will be consulting on the upcoming HBO Max animated prequel series, Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai. The filmmaker revealed to what degree he will be consulting on the series, which is set in 1920s Shanghai and will follow Mr. Wing, the shopkeeper from the first movie, as he first discovers Gizmo the Mogwai. In an interview with Daily Dead, Joe Dante, who directed th...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Television, Movies, Horror, China, Animation, Shanghai, Gremlins, Mogwai, Dante, Gizmo, Chun, Joe-Dante, Sam Register, Tze Chun

Negan Advises Alpha in The Walking Dead Episode 10.09 Sneak Peek

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Negan advises Alpha in The Walking Dead episode 10.09 sneak peek AMC has released a sneak peek clip from The Walking Dead‘s upcoming episode 10.09 titled “Squeeze,” featuring fan-favorite villain Negan as he gives Samantha Morton’s Alpha advice about who might be the potential traitor among The Whisperers.  The series is set to return on February 23. Check out the video in the player below! RELATED:  The Walking Dead: World Beyond Premiere Date & Synopsis Revealed The W...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, The Walking Dead, Horror, Amc, TV News, Kevin Carroll, Negan, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, ComingSoon, Samantha Morton, Dan Fogler Samantha Morton, Ryan Hurst Thora Birch

‘The AGFA Horror Trailer Show’ Will Bring Rare Trailers, Commercials & More to Alamo Drafthouse Theaters

Despite the rise in digital projection, there are still 35mm screenings of new releases, as well as repertory screenings of older movies at select theaters across the country. But The American Genre Film Archive will offer up something different on 35mm for those lucky enough to be near the right theaters. The AGFA Horror Trailer Show is a special event screening coming to select Alamo Drafthouse locations for Reel Film Day, an annual celebration of watching 35mm film prints in theaters that ha...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Horror, Events, Don, Austin Texas, Tim, Alamo Drafthouse, Agfa, Nicolas Winding Refn, Joe Ziemba, American Genre Film Archive, Lisa Petrucci, The AGFA Horror Trailer Show, The American Genre Film Archive, Alamo Drafthouse Theaters

Radha Mitchell in Freaky Trailer for Bad Dreams Horror 'Dreamkatcher'

"You're both in danger, you need to destroy it!" Lionsgate has released an official trailer for an indie horror thriller titled Dreamkatcher, which is indeed about a haunted dreamcatcher. Not to be confused with the other dreamcatcher horror (from 2003) titled, of course, Dreamcatcher (this new one has a "k" incase you didn't notice). In order to try and stop his bad dreams, a young boy steals a dreamcatcher from a mysterious neighbor forcing his family to rescue him from a nightmarish entit...
Tags: Movies, Lionsgate, Trailer, Horror, Josh, Radha Mitchell, To Watch, Lin Shaye

Kingdom Season 2 Teaser Trailer: Fight the Living, Survive the Dead

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Kingdom Season 2 teaser trailer: Fight the living, survive the dead Netflix has released the teaser trailer for the upcoming second season of their South Korean horror period drama Kingdom, giving us a preview of the intense scenes in the new season as the crown prince tries to not only fought off raging zombies but also the evil people who betrayed him. Starring Ju Ji-Hoon and Bae Doona, the hit series will be making its return on March 13. Check out the video in the pl...
Tags: South Korea, Video, TV, Movies, Horror, Kingdom, Netflix, Korea, TV News, Busan, Bong Joon Ho, ComingSoon, Joseon, Bae Doona, Kim Eun hee, Ju Ji Hoon Along

Margaret Qualley Will Get ‘A Head Full of Ghosts’ From Director Scott Cooper

Margaret Qualley is going to find herself with A Head Full of Ghosts for her next feature film, starring in the adaptation of Paul Tremblay’s psychological horror novel directed by Scott Cooper. Cooper, best known for directing Crazy Heart, Black Mass, and most recently, Hostiles, is taking over directing duties from The Blackcoat’s Daughter director Oz Perkins, who was attached to A Head Full of Ghosts back in 2018. Deadline reports that Scott Cooper will direct Margaret Qualley in the psyc...
Tags: Movies, Robert Downey Jr, Casting, Horror, Thriller, Adaptation, Johnny Depp, New England, Perkins, Cooper, Barrett, Marjorie, Scott Cooper, Cross Creek, Paul Tremblay, Margaret Qualley

Visiting the Set of ‘VFW’, a Fangoria Production Drenched in Blood and Brotherhood

VFW stands for Veterans of Foreign Wars. It is a non-profit veterans service organization comprised of eligible veterans and military service members from the active, guard and reserve forces. Part of their mission is ”to foster camaraderie among United States veterans of overseas conflicts”. Writers Max Brallier and Matthew McArdle along with Director Joe Begos ( The Mind’s Eye, Bliss ) take a blood-spattering approach to brotherhood and camaraderie in their latest feature VFW .  VF...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Iraq, America, Features, Ptsd, United States, Irving, Josh, VFW, Dallas Texas, Williamson, LANG, Tom Williamson, Bill Ted, George A Romero

Trailer for Superpowers Horror Film 'Transference: Escape the Dark'

"We all have our differences, but some of us, they can do things that aren't naturally possible…" Epic Pics has unveiled an official trailer for an indie horror thriller titled Transference: Escape the Dark, or just Transference for short. Hunted by an unstoppable secret agent, a brother must hide his twin sister and her supernatural abilities in a mental institution so that she does not fall prey to becoming an experiment in a classified government program. This genre mashup seems to be lea...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Horror, Indies, To Watch, Jeremy Ninaber Melissa Joy Boerger Tony Nash, Jehan Hashim

Sonic the Hedgehog Sprints to First Place at the Box Office!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Sonic the Hedgehog Sprints to First Place at the Box Office! Paramount Pictures’ Sonic the Hedgehog shot like Cupid’s Arrow to #1 at the Valentine’s Day Weekend box office with a $57 million three day debut and a $68 million estimated four day. The impressive debut speeds past last year’s Pokémon Detective Pikachu to crown Sonic for the biggest opening ever for a video game movie. This is a huge win for Paramount and director Jeff Fowler, who took the poisonous response to...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Sony, Michael Pena, Harley Quinn, Box Office, Will Ferrell, Sega, Paramount, Valentine, Fantasy Island, Blumhouse, Issa Rae, CinemaScore, ComingSoon, Movie News