Hollywood generally considers the fall movie season to be awards season. It’s when studios start rolling out their best films as the end of the year approaches. For genre fans, though, we get that and so much more. There are also horror movies for Halloween, big exciting blockbusters, as well as wondrous fantasy for…
We were already looking forward to the new movie from Adam Wingard (The Guest, You’re Next) when it was called The Woods, and we had no idea it would be a sequel to The Blair Witch Project. Now we can barely contain ourselves waiting for its release, especially since each new trailer looks scarier than the last.
Joe Russo talks Avengers: Infinity War cameos. Alan Tudyk discusses playing a droid in Rogue One. Plus, Dean Israelite on Bryan Cranston’s involvement in Power Rangers, more Spider-Man: Homecoming casting, and new footage from Blair Witch. Spoilers Now!
Friday night at San Diego Comic-Con, I was privileged to be in the one audience ever that thought they were seeing a movie called The Woods, but ended up seeing the third Blair Witch film. It was a shocking, awesome reveal that was long planned by the studio. And the best part was that the movie is good—and very, very…
After Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2, we didn’t think we’d be seeing another entry in this franchise. Until now.
This picture was recovered at a destroyed hunting camp in Louisiana. We're baffled by what it could be: Goblins? The Blair Witch? A zombie caught in the wild? Watch the video and wager a guess.
The race to cash in on the found footage movie craze has just hit a new peak of hysteria, as the Weinsteins are determined to film their Moon astronaut movie, Apollo 18, in time to release it in March.
Supernatural's apocalypse gets a few new players, including the Four Horsemen and God. Gamer gets a few more bikini-clad pictures, and Kick-Ass gets an animated sequence. Plus, The Vampire's Assistant, Stargate Universe, The Host 2, FlashForward, Fringe, and Defying Gravity.
The Blair Witch Project's creators are chatting about the possibility for another try at reviving the dead franchise. The good news: they ditched the third film's original Crucible-esque premise. The bad news: those zany campers are back.
The one thing I didn't think the The Blair Witch Project needed was more camera talky time. Still, they're planning to release never-before-seen footage of poetry readings and confessionals.
The brain-cracking genre mashups that will define the future of science fiction aren't necessarily coming out of Hollywood. Instead, they're hatching in Richmond, Virginia, judging from this just-posted casting call: