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Samuel L. Jackson Talks ‘Unbreakable 2’; Confident It’s Happening Soon

Haven’t seen Split? Avoid this article. And what the hell are you waiting for?! Samuel L. Jackson was just as surprised as we were when M. Night Shyamalan’s Split, released last month, turned out to be a film set in the very same universe as 2000’s Unbreakable. Bruce Willis’ heroic character David Dunn popped up […]

Watch a Woman Throw Dog Crap at Elijah Wood in ‘I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore’

Netflix just dropped two hilarious clips from I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore read our review(), which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival before arriving on the streaming service tomorrow, February 24th. I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore is the story of Ruth (Melanie Lynskey), a nursing assistant suffering through a crisis of existential […]

Matt Reeves Is Officially Directing the Next Batman Movie

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It’s been a tumultuous few weeks behind the scenes of the upcoming Batman film, but now it’s official. Warner Bros. announced that Matt Reeves, the director of Cloverfield, Let Me In, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and this summer’s War for the Planet of the Apes, is directing a standalone Batman film starring Ben… Read more...

Reflecting on 100 Issues of Astro City With Writer Kurt Busiek

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This week, one of the most important superhero stories in comics reached a major milestone: Although it might say issue 41 on the cover, this week’s Astro City marks the 100th issue of Kurt Busiek, Brent Anderson, and Alex Ross’ groundbreaking series. To celebrate we sat down with Busiek to talk about the series’… Read more...

February 23, 2017: Please spare me your dishonest Best Of lists!

So, going through my list of everything I read in 2016, I note there were a lot more misses than hits last year.  This, in itself, shouldn’t all that surprising.  After all, I’m an admittedly tough reader.  What IS surprising is the disproportionate number of misses resulting from my being foolish enough to place my […]

Starz gives Neil Gaiman's American Gods a release date

If you are like me, then you you are currently counting down the days until the eight-episode first season of Neil Gaiman’s AMERICAN GODS premieres. Also if you are like me, you have been endlessly frustrated because we had noShow More Summary

NSFW: Bill Moseley is a Child-Eating Clown in ‘Crepitus’ Red Band Trailer

When we recently shared the exclusive first image of Bill Moseley as the titular villain in the upcoming killer clown flick Crepitus, we received the following comment that pretty much summed up our thoughts on this one: “Who wouldn’t want to see Bill Moseley devour a bunch of kids?” wrote reader FireFighter Fred. We’re with […]

The Test of Time: Prince of Darkness (1987)

We all have certain movies we love. Movies we respect without question because of either tradition, childhood love, or because they’ve always been classics. However, as time keeps ticking, do those classics still hold up? Do they...Show More Summary

Annabelle 2 officially rated R for horror violence and terror

Were you were worried when LIGHTS OUT director David Sandberg joined THE CONJURING spin-off, sequel (whoa) ANNABELLE 2, that the flick would get a PG-13? If you were, rest at ease ladies and gents as the MPAA has recently slapped ANNABELLE...Show More Summary

Jordan Peele Used Horror to Tackle Race Issues Five Years Ago in “Key & Peele”

It may seem odd that this year’s most talked about horror movie, this weekend’s Get Out, was directed by Jordan Peele, but the comedian making his feature debut with a horror film should come as no big surprise to his fans. In his Comedy Central series “Key & Peele,” Peele often spoofed the horror genre, […]

I Don't Feel at Home in this World Anymore gets a retro Netflix poster

I keep checking Netflix to see if hopefully they made some kind of mistake and accidentally released I DON'T FEEL AT HOME IN THIS WORLD ANYMORE onto their streaming service early. I mean the film is a Netflix exclusive and is set for release on Feb 24th - which is tomorrow - so the chances of that happening are reasonable, right? Yeah, I know. Show More Summary

NETFLIX: Horror Films Streaming March 2017!

Netflix just alerted us to everything they’ll be adding to their streaming service this March, 2017. Unfortunately, there’s not much horror, but we will be getting Who Framed Roger Rabbit?! Here’s what to expect beginning on March 1, which is highlighted by The Craft. The full list can be found at the bottom. March 1 […]

American Gods Arrives on TV This April

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With each tease of footage and each new casting announcement, we’ve waited with bated breath to see Starz’s adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s classic novel of godhood—and the wait won’t be for much longer. American Gods is set to premiere on April 30. Read more...

Hugh Jackman Would Keep Playing Wolverine if He Could Join the Avengers

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The poster for Logan said it all: “One Last Time.” Hugh Jackman has made it clear that he wants the new film, out March 3, to be his last round as Wolverine. However, in a new interview, he admitted if things were different in the Marvel universe, he’d keep going. Read more...

Is the Child Eater scarier than Freddy? Find out in March

On March 28th, MVD Entertainment Group will be giving a North American DVD, Digital, and VOD release to CHILD EATER, the feature directorial debut of Erlingur Thoroddsen. Based on a short film Thoroddsen made in 2012, CHILD EATER was...Show More Summary

James Franco thriller The Institute reaches theatres and VOD March 3rd

I'm not sure how James Franco finds the time to do all the things he does, but in just a week and a half the actor (who we saw earlier today in the ALIEN: COVENANT prologue) has another movie coming out. It's called THE INSTITUTE, and...Show More Summary

Kushiel's Justice

In my humble opinion, Jacqueline Carey's first Kushiel trilogy was one of the most awesome speculative fiction series of all time. Hence, Kushiel's Scion, the first volume in the second trilogy, had very big shoes to fill. Which, in retrospect, was probably unfair as far as expectations go. Show More Summary

Beautifully Detailed T-Rex Bust Was Created Using the Dinosaur Molds from Jurassic Park

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On top of the groundbreaking visual effects that helped bring the stars of Jurassic Park back from extinction, the film’s creators also strived to make some of the dinosaurs, including the Tyrannosaurus Rex, as accurate as possible. Which means that Chronicle Collectibles’ new Jurassic Park T-rex bust is the easiest… Read more...

The Girl With All The Gifts (Movie Review)

PLOT: After a fungal virus has rendered life on Earth a zombie-filled dystopia, an infected young girl is chaperoned by a scientist, a teacher and two soldiers through the wasteland in order to find a medical lab and synthesize a vaccine. REVIEW:...Show More Summary

Upcoming Book ‘Lost in the Shadows’ Will Chronicle Making of ‘The Lost Boys’

We can exclusively reveal that Jami Gertz is giving her first interview since being on set! The last several years have seen a rise in fan-created documentaries and books about all of our favorite horror movies/franchises, with series’ like A Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, and Halloween all deeply explored like never before; […]

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