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The Great Wall (Movie Review)

PLOT: Sometime during China's Song dynasty, two European mercenaries find themselves captured by the Great Wall of China's steadfast "Nameless Order," an army of hundreds committed to protecting the wall, and everything beyond, fromShow More Summary

More Racial Tension in This ‘Get Out’ Clip, Posters

In Get Out, a young African-American man visits his white girlfriend’s family estate and becomes ensnared in a more sinister reason for the invitation. The first clip introduced Daniel Kaluuya’s character to Allison Williams’ family, and there’s subtle racism glossed over by smiles, while the second carries more racial undertones. Jordan Peele’s film is racially […]

Kevin Smith Bringing ‘Spawn’ Spinoff “Sam and Twitch” to the Small Screen

While we wait for the new Spawn movie that Todd McFarlane has long been teasing, we can at least look forward to seeing spinoff characters Sam and Twitch on the small screen. Deadline is reporting that BBC America has nabbed Kevin Smith to write, direct, and executive produce a series based on the Sam and […]

R.I.P. Hall of Fame Wrestler George “The Animal” Steele Has Died

Growing up, my favorite wrestlers tended to be the ones who looked most like villains from horror movies, and George “The Animal” Steele most certainly fit that bill. With his green tongue, impossibly hairy body, and eye-catching penchant for literally eating turnbuckles and carrying around a pet monster he called Mine, Steele was one of […]

Kong: Skull Island clip shows a fight, featurette goes behind the scenes

I've said it again and again, but I am hyped for director Jordan Vogt-Roberts' KONG: SKULL ISLAND, which looks to be an incredibly fun monster mash. There has been no shortage of marketing for this film, and as its March 10th...Show More Summary

New featurette looks at the science of sci-fi thriller Life

Next month will see the release of the sci-fi thriller LIFE, directed by Daniel Espinosa from a screenplay by ZOMBIELAND / DEADPOOL writers Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese. The film is about a team of scientists aboard the International...Show More Summary

Someone Remade the 1983 Video Nasty ‘Unhinged’

88 Films and ITN Distribution nabbed worldwide sales rights to Proportion Productions’ remake of the 1983 video nasty, Unhinged. Melissa and her three American bridesmaids decide to take the English back roads whilst travelling to her wedding in the countryside. On the way, a deadly secret forces the girls to be stranded in the woods. They […]

Creator of “Ugly Americans” Puts Trippy Spin On His Favorite Horror Movies

Remember the Comedy Central series “Ugly Americans”? It aired from 2010 to 2012, and was set in an alternate version of New York City inhabited by monsters. If you’ve seen it, you probably won’t be surprised to hear that the animated sitcom’s creator, Devin Clark, is a huge fan of horror movies. And he’s now […]

Here’s Everything You Would’ve Seen in the New ‘Friday the 13th’ Reboot

First, let’s briefly recap how we got here. As we’ve been covering here on Bloody, Paramount and Platinum Dunes have been working on a new installment of the Friday the 13th franchise for several years now. First, they hired Nick Antosca (“Hannibal,” “Channel Zero”) to pen a script, which would’ve been a straight up, ’80s-set […]

Original 1982 ‘Creepshow’ Graphic Novel Getting a Reprint!

The Most Fun You’ll Ever Have… BEING SCARED! If you’re a fan of George Romero’s anthology Creepshow (and who the hell isn’t?!), you’re probably pretty damn happy about how much love it’s been getting in recent years. Waxwork Records put out a vinyl record of the soundtrack, Amok Time just released an action figure of […]

Osgood Perkins on ‘The Blackcoat’s Daughter’: Did the Devil Make Him Do It?

Those with DirecTV are the luckiest of horror fans as they can finally see Osgood Perkins‘ supremely excellent The Blackcoat’s Daughter (read my review), which has been one of my favorite slow-burn genre films of the past few years, ahead of its limited release on March 31st. We caught the world premiere of the film at the […]

‘A Cure for Wellness’ Art and Trailer Drowned by Pills

The Ring and Pirates of the Caribbean director Gore Verbinski’s A Cure for Wellness is now in theaters everywhere. Fox is doping up audiences with the trailer and poster made entirely out of pills. It’s pretty cool. Trace reviewed the film and called it a “feast for the eyes.” In the film, “An ambitious young executive is sent to retrieve […]

Charlie Day confirms that he and Burn Gorman are in Pacific Rim: Uprising

One of the first details director Guillermo Del Toro ever shared about his plans for a sequel to his 2013 "mecha vs. kaiju" film PACIFIC RIM was that the scientists played by Charlie Day and Burn Gorman would be returning as main characters. Show More Summary

Enter ‘The Void’ Here in the States This April! (Exclusive)

While the UK is going to join the cult of The Void in theaters on March 31st and on VOD platforms April 24th, Bloody Disgusting was able to exclusively learn that U.S. audiences will be able to see this effects heavy splatterfest on April 7, 2017 through Screen Media Films. The Void, which I called “a dark, demented, and disgusting horror film […]

Shannen Doherty and Tom Green experience horror in the Bethany trailer

Uncork'd Entertainment has announced that they will be giving an April 7th theatrical and VOD release to BETHANY, the latest movie from prolific genre filmmaker James Cullen Bressack. Stefanie Estes stars in the film as Claire, who...Show More Summary

James Cromwell takes a role in the Jurassic World sequel

No details were shared on the character he'll be playing, but Universal has announced that veteran actor James Cromwell, who has almost 200 acting credits to his name, has been cast in director J.A. Bayona's sequel to JURASSIC...Show More Summary

[Review] ‘The Great Wall’ – Big Dopey, Monster Fun

If The Great Wall had been made 20-some years ago, it probably would have starred Brian Bosworth, Antonio Banderas, and Rufus Sewell. My then 13 year old self would have eaten up every last minute of it with a huge grin on my face. After all, it’s basically a lighthearted, more fantastical version of The 13th Warrior. So […]

John McTiernan's The 13th Warrior with Antonio Banderas (Arrow Recommends)

"Arrow Recommends is a column that has my sorry ass advise older and at times more obscure movies (of varied AITH friendly genres) to your royal asses. For now, it will be the way to keep my voice on the site." PLOT: A muslim...Show More Summary

NSFW: Dolph vs Demons in blood-filled Don't Kill It trailer

Dolph Lundgren vs demons. That's all I had to hear. I'm sure that's all you need to hear as well, but just in case there are a few extra reasons to check out the new flick once in hits on March 3rd. Reason number 2. The flick is directed by Mike Mendez. Show More Summary

Watch King Kong Fight a Dinosaur in This ‘Kong: Skull Island’ Clip!

We just now scored an action-packed look at Jordan Vogt-Roberts’ Kong: Skull Island, which drops an unfortunate John C. Reilly and Tom Hiddleston in the middle of a fight between the King and a dinosaur of sorts. I like that the humans are on the run from the creature, and hope there’s a lot more set pieces that […]

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