Luke Evans join’s Netflix’s new imagining of A Christmas Carol. Jeepers Creepers returns. Plus, another new look at The Munsters, the Quiet Place prequel gets a new release date, and what’s coming on What We Do in the Shadows. Spoilers, away!
According to Bloody-Disgusting, the prequel to A Quiet Place from Pig director Michael Sarnoski has been pushed back to a March 8, 2024 release date.
Bloody-Disgusting also reports Magnet Releasing has acquired North American rights to Next Exit and plans a theatrical release this November. Starring Rahul Kohli, Katie Parker, Rose McIver, Tongayi Chirisa, Tim Griffin, Diva Zappa, Nico Evers-Swindell and Karen Gillan, the film concerns a pair of strangers (Kohli and Parker) taking a road trip across the country to join a paranormal scientist’s (Gillan) successful research into contact with the afterlife.
Netflix has our first look at its new animated adaptation of A Christmas Carol starring Luke Evans and Olivia Coleman.
A new trailer reveals Rob Zombie’s The Munsters comes to DVD, Blu-ray and digital September 27.
Jeepers Creepers enjoys a “soft reboot” without the involvement of disgraced creator Victor Salva in the trailer for Jeepers Creepers: Reborn.
Kevin Bacon’s conversion camp attracts a non-binary masked slasher in the trailer for They/Them, co-starring Anna Chlumsky.
Variety reports both Kurt Russell and Wyatt Russell have joined the cast of the upcoming Godzilla “Monsterverse” series in undisclosed roles.
Unfortunately, Chucky won’t be able to make it to this year’s San Diego Comic Con according to Don Mancini on Twitter. However, a trailer for season two will still release online this Saturday.
Nadja hosts an all-girls hunting trip at an isolated cabin in the synopsis for “Pine Barrens,” the August 16 episode of What We Do in the Shadows.
Nandor and Lazslo air out their differences. On a hunting trip at an isolated cabin, Nadja has a girls’ night, and Guillermo reconnects with his family for the first time in twelve years. Written by Sarah Naftalis; directed by Kyle Newacheck.
The witches set out to destroy mandatory identification collars in the trailer for “Book Club,” next week’s episode of Motherland: Fort Salem.
Tuca and Bertie attend the Leaf Raking Championships in a new clip from next week’s episode.
The survivor of a bus crash believes she’s being gaslit by her fellow classmates in the trailer for Netflix’s new supernatural horror series, The Girl in the Mirror.
Finally, eight Indonesian horror comics are adapted for the screen in the trailer for Netflix’s latest anthology series, School Tales.
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