A tale of scientists creating a monster isn’t quite a tale as old as time, but it is a familiar one. Director Luke Scott— second-unit director on father Ridley’s The Martian and Exodus: Gods and Kings—uses his expertise to turn Morgan into a gorgeously shot film, but unfortunately it’s one that doesn’t break much new…
We’re just over a month away from Ash vs Evil Dead’s October 2 return to the airwaves. “I guess it’s safe to say the truce is over,” Ash announces in this behind-the-scenes peek, which contains (awesomely gory) footage from the first episode as “Ashy Slashy” heads back to his Michigan hometown of Elk Grove.
John Ajvide Lindqvist’s teen vampire tale Let the Right One In began life as a best-selling book in Sweden, rose to international prominence in 2008 thanks to a Swedish film adaptation, then got a 2010 American cinematic re-do. Now, TNT is ordering a pilot based on Lindqvist’s book. Vampires really are eternal!
IFC’s new show Stan Against Evil has many, many elements that excite us. It’s a horror comedy in the vein of our beloved Ash vs Evil Dead. It stars the hilarious John C. McGinley (Scrubs, Office Space). And according to these first images, its definition of “evil” will include at least one angry devil-goat man.
Tom Holland, who made Child’s Play and Fright Night, is returning to his favorite genre with a new movie that sounds intriguing despite its title. Rock Paper Dead. is about a serial killer who’s released from an asylum after 20 years and returns to his former home, where the ghosts of his dark past await.
If you’re a horror fan, you know that Stephen King’s It is being adapted for the big screen—and you likely still have some lingering trauma from watching the 1990 TV adaptation. Those memories aren’t unfounded: the It miniseries is still disturbing as hell. What’s surprising is that it’s not just because of that…
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.
We love Ash vs Evil Dead. And we get why the show is the most excellent way to continue Ash’s adventures as he blasts his way through his 50s. But that doesn’t mean we don’t wish that, back in the day, Sam Raimi, Bruce Campbell, and company had made Evil Dead 4—especially now that we’ve heard a few of Raimi’s ideas.
Ash vs Evil Dead returns October 2, just in time for Halloween season, and also the last few weeks leading up to something even more terrifying: the 2016 election. The official season two poster dropped today with a winking nod to patriotism, and with it a reminder that the best salutes are done with chainsaws.
Daylight’s End looks like yet another zombie apocalyptic action movie, but it has a secret weapon: Lance Henriksen, who is pushing 80 but is still quite obviously 100 percent badass. He may have a supporting role here, but anyone in a doomsday plague survival situation would be lucky to have this Aliens veteran by…
Horror legends Sam Raimi, Ivan Raimi, Rob Tapert, and Bruce Campbell hunker down for the commentary track of Ash vs Evil Dead’s first episode, in which Ash, Campbell’s extremely reluctant hero, realizes he hasn’t quite left those nasty Deadites in the past after all.
The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is a show that has tackled some serious subjects, such as cult indoctrination and assault, so maybe the same could be said for another bleak subject matter. Maybe next time they should go for something like... exorcism?
Better get your calm, peaceful nights of sleep in while you can, because some awesome nightmares are on the horizon. On September 20, you’ll be able to pick up Blu-rays of three memorable Stephen King adaptations: the 1979 miniseries Salem’s Lot; the 1990 miniseries It; and the 1985 horror anthology Cat’s Eye.
Joey King broke out with 2010's Ramona and Beezus, but since then the young star has chosen movies that are more adrenaline-fueled, like White House Down, Independence Day: Resurgence, and The Conjuring. The latter probably factored most heavily into her casting in Wish Upon, a horror thriller from John Leonetti, the…
We’ve already had an up-close look at Bill Skarsgård’s Pennywise the Clown from the new It, but now you can see the suitably chilling body that sinister face is attached to.
The new big-screen adaptation of Stephen King’s It won’t be out until Sept. 2017, but we’re already very curious. Truthfully, we’d already be looking forward to the thing—the book and the 1990 miniseries were both scary as hell—but director Andy Muschietti is killing it with his sneak peeks on Instagram.
As everyone in the universe is aware by now, Stranger Things is amazing and well worth watching over and over. But maybe you need a break from #TeamBarb and the Demogorgon for a spell. There are some surprisingly awesome genre movies on Netflix right now, and we have some recommendations.
American Horror Story’s sixth season kicks off September 14, and the anthology show has yet to reveal its theme. Sure, fine. Building anticipation and all that. But the ad campaign leading up to the premiere has been peppered with “misdirects,” according to the head of FX. Here’s the newest promo, which dropped today:
Stand down, Rob Zombie—your reign of terror over all horror movies set within deranged carnival environments is getting some competition. Jennifer Chambers Lynch, whose genre chops include episodes of The Walking Dead and Teen Wolf, has been tapped to helm a Halloween-themed thriller called Hellfest.
Talk of a World War Z sequel has been lurching around Hollywood nearly since the hit zombie film’s 2013 release. But after new scriptwriter Dennis Kelly was brought in to work with director J.A. Bayona, the latter signed to direct Jurassic World 2. Now producer-star Brad Pitt has a reunion he’s hoping to make happen.