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[Review] ‘The Snowman’ Melts Under the Heat of its Own Trash Fire

It takes a special kind of movie to make Michael Fassbender look like a bad actor, but somehow, The Snowman accomplishes that feat. Perhaps one of the greatest working actors of our generation, Fassbender is relegated to nothing more than a moronically doe-eyed chain smoker who despite the fact that he constantly has a cigarette […]

‘Killing Floor 2’ Reveals Its Halloween Horror Update

‘Tis the season to be spooky! For Killing Floor 2 players, Halloween is in full swing, as Tripwire Interactive have announced that the free new update to their horror FPS is now available on Steam and PlayStation 4, with the XBox One update hitting October 24th. The update entitled “Halloween Horrors Content Pack” includes a […]

The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Announces Awards and Highlights from the Second Annual Edition

From the press release: The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival is thrilled to announce our 2017 award winners following the close of another successful year bringing the best in horror to NYC’s coolest borough. The second edition of the festival closed with a sold-out screening of Elizabeth E. Schuch’s THE BOOK OF BIRDIE at the Wythe […]

Synopsis for Eli Roth’s ‘The House With a Clock in Its Walls’

In theaters September 21, 2018, Universal Pictures shared with us the official synopsis for The House With a Clock in Its Walls, which is to be directed by Eli Roth (Cabin Fever, Hostel, Green Inferno). “The magical adventure tells the spine-tingling tale of 10-year-old Lewis (Owen Vaccaro) who goes to live with his uncle in […]

The Many Morphing Faces of Javier Botet!

Legendary creature performer Javier Botet has been blowing minds and lurking in nightmares ever since the [REC] franchise.  His forthcoming movie credits include the titular role in Slender Man and KeyFace with the fourth entry in the Insidious series. Show More Summary

“The Punisher” Returns to Netflix This November; New Trailer!

Netflix allegedly delayed the launch of their new “The Punisher” series after the horrific Las Vegas shooting. Originally planned to release the weekend of the New York Comic-Con, the 13-episode series will now arrive on streaming service November 17th of this year. Jon Berthal stars as Frank Castle in the series created for Netflix by Steve […]

Extremely NSFW Trailer for Controversial ‘Trauma’

Lucio A. Rojas’ extreme and controversial Trauma will have its worldwide premiere at this month’s Morbido Fest in México. Trauma is a rape-revenge thriller that follows four women travel through the weekend to a countryside area of Chile and they are brutally attacked by a man and his son. Alone and abandoned, they decide to confront the […]

‘After the Lethargy’ Trailer Investigates Extraterrestrials

Here’s the first official trailer for Marc Carrete’s (Asmodexia) latest movie, the extraterrestrial terror flick After the Lethargy. The trailer was screened as part of the “Coming Soon” section at this year’s Sitges Film Festival. Written and directed by Carrete, “The film follows reporter Sara (Andrea Guasch) who travels to the hot spot where one […]

Trailer for Netflix’s ‘The End Of The Fing World’

E4 and Netflix partnered up earlier this year for the teen thriller The End of the Fing World, which follows the adventures of disturbed teenager James who embarks on a road trip with a new girl in school, Alyssa, to find her real father. One night, however, the pair find themselves caught up in events that […]

New ‘The Shining’ Doc Accompanies UK Re-release!

Spend your Halloween visiting The Overlook Hotel, following Jack Torrance’s descent into madness, fearing for Wendy and Danny and most of all, being terrified, tantalized and truly entranced. Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining re-releases in UK cinemas nationwide on October 31st. Not only will you see one of the greatest horror films of all time in theaters but […]

He Walks Through Walls

A fun lil tale illustrated by John Forte wraps up another full issue presentation here at THOIA, that being the Oct '54 issue of Marvel Tales #127-- check the last few posts for info and links about the other four stories already in the archive.

Robert Englund Puts Final Nail in Freddy Krueger’s Coffin

Robert Englund‘s portrayal as the A Nightmare On Elm Street boogeyman Freddy Krueger is among the greatest horror performances in history. It’s so iconic that it breathed new life into the slasher subgenre years after Friday the 13th and Halloween had already staked claim as horror champions. It’s because of Englund’s personal touch that it will be impossible to […]

More Halloween Calendar Updates: 2017 Theatrical Haunts

Hollywood Gothique wants to give a big shout-out to Dan Cziraky for help with updating our calendar section. Thanks to The post More Halloween Calendar Updates: 2017 Theatrical Haunts appeared first on Hollywood Gothique.

Will ‘Venom’ Feature the Five Founding Symbiotes?!

I’m not a fan of overcomplicated action films that carry multiple character arcs. They rarely work, which is why I’m so fascinated with James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy films. But they can work, in the right hands. Zombieland‘s Ruben Fleischer could have a lot on his plate if this report proves true. He’s currently casting […]

Bill Skarsgard Says ‘It: Chapter Two’ Will Be An “Adult Story”

It’s no secret that New Line Cinema’s IT: Chapter Two will follow the Loser’s Club 27 years later as adults. Thus, it only makes sense that it’s a more “adult” story. Bill Skarsgard – who plays the terrifying Pennywise told IGN how the sequel will be more adult-themed and psychological: “The first movie worked so well at what […]

‘The Craft’ Could Have Starred Alicia Silverstone, Scarlett Johansson, or Even Angelina Jolie!

Also, the studio regretted the film’s “R”-rating… EW just published a lengthy oral history of the making of Andrew Fleming‘s classic 1996 The Craft that has all sorts of juicy nuggets of info. While we’ll always remember Fairuza Balk, Robin Tunney, Neve Campbell, and Rachel True as the quartet of teen witches, there were some […]

‘Gravity’ Director Alfonso Cuarón and Casey Affleck Joining a Cult

A drama series package featuring two Oscar winners, filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón and A Ghost Story actor Casey Affleck, has hit the premium TV space. Deadline is reporting that the Anonymous Content project is being pitched to pay cable and streaming outlets, garnering interest from multiple networks. Details about the projects are being kept under wraps […]

New “Tremors” Character Has a History with the Graboids

John Ellison Conlee, pictured in “Boardwalk Empire”, has been added as a series regular to Syfy’s “Tremors”, the Kevin Bacon-starring sci-fi reboot ordered to pilot in June, Deadline is reporting. Based on Bacon’s 1990 film of the same name, “Tremors” picks up 25 years after the killer Graboid worms nearly destroyed the Nevada town of […]

[Review] ‘Bad Match’ Is a Fun Ride Through Social Media Hell

Representing social media culture and online interaction in film is especially hard in this cynical day and age. While there have been a few successful depictions of the so-called “millennial lifestyle” in films like Unfriended and The Den, most attempts just come off as cringe-worthy. Luckily for us, David Chirchirillo’s extremely topical Bad Match is […]

Cool Horror Gear: John Carpenter's Halloween Collection from Fright Rags

Tis the season for all things John Carpenter's HALLOWEEN and with this in mind we want to make sure you guys are aware of Fright Rags' newest collection inspired by, you guessed it, HALLOWEEN! You can check out all the shirts, socks, pins and whatnot below and then let us know which is your favorite. Show More Summary

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