We’re already getting teases for a Fantastic Beasts sequel. An Agent Carter alum joins the Death Note adaptation. The full cast of The Mist TV series has been revealed. Spidey hangs around in more Spider-Man Homecoming set footage. Plus, new Star Trek Beyond footage, and another terrible teaser for The Walking Dead’s…
This summer has been pretty weak so far in terms of big-budget blockbusters but, maybe the horror genre will save it. The Conjuring 2 was great and soon, Lights Out will be here. A new trailer is out and, no, it’s not as good as the last few, but it’s still ultra effective.
It’s something we’ve all experienced. A jolt of terror when you turn out the lights. Well filmmaker David F. Sandberg has taken his popular short film with that concept and, with the help of producer James Wan, made it into what looks like a terrifying feature. Here’s the trailer for Lights Out.
Big city bright lights, the city that never sleeps, blah blah blah. New York has a big-time problem with light pollution, and now a plan is in the works to significantly dim its skyline to cut carbon costs. It's about damn time!
You know that unnerving feeling that things don't quite look right when the lights are out? What happens when that feeling is more than your imagination?
My old office used to have those irritating IR-sensor lights, so if you were working late and popped out—say to the loo—for more than a few minutes, you'd be welcomed back to uninviting darkness: now you can have the same facility in your home thanks to Black&Decker's LightsOut. Well, actually it's quite a neat…