Horror

With introductions and setup out of the way, our favorite Good Guy doll can cut loose. Literally. Episode two of “Chucky”, “Give Me Something Good to Eat,” deepens character dynamics, unleashes Chucky’s personality in full force, sharpens its narrative, and gives the pint-sized murderer a loathsome target. More importantly, Chucky infectiously embraces the Halloween spirit.
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Some horror fans have labelled Halloween’s masked killer Michael Myers “homophobic” after he killed a gay couple in the new film Halloween Kills. (YouTube/Universal Pictures) A gruesome murder of a gay couple in Halloween Kills has resulted in some horror fans calling the villain Michael Myers “homophobic”. The long running Halloween franchise has largely focused
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Wes Craven’s Scream is now available for the first time on 4K Ultra HD and in a newly remastered Blu-ray, packed with special features that examine the smash hit and its legacy. For its release, Bloody Disgusting chatted with actor Jamie Kennedy, who played fan-favorite film nerd Randy Meeks.  While Randy survived the events of Scream, the character wasn’t
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While Playmates created hundreds of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles action figures throughout the 1990s, the highlight was their Universal Monsters crossover that imagined the turtles as Universal’s iconic horror characters. In 1993, Playmates released Leonardo as The Wolfman, Raphael as The Mummy, Michaelangelo as Frankenstein’s Monster, and Donatello as Dracula, documents Universal Monsters Universe, further
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With introductions and setup out of the way, our favorite Good Guy doll can cut loose. Literally. Episode two of “Chucky”, “Give Me Something Good to Eat,” deepens character dynamics, unleashes Chucky’s personality in full force, sharpens its narrative, and gives the pint-sized murderer a loathsome target. More importantly, Chucky infectiously embraces the Halloween spirit.
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“This is where it all started.” From director Johannes Roberts (47 Meters Down, The Strangers: Prey at Night), Sony’s Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City promises to bring the franchise back to its horror roots, headed to theaters on November 24. The movie is said to kick off “a new universe inspired by storylines and characters from Capcom’s classic Resident Evil games.”
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The popular Disney attraction The Haunted Mansion is headed back to the big screen, with Justin Simien (Dear White People, Bad Hair) directing a new live action movie. LaKeith Stanfield, Tiffany Haddish, Owen Wilson, and Rosario Dawson are already part of the cast, and THR reports tonight that Danny DeVito has now also come on board! The dark ride attraction, which
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The popular Disney attraction The Haunted Mansion is headed back to the big screen, with Justin Simien (Dear White People, Bad Hair) directing a new live action movie. LaKeith Stanfield, Tiffany Haddish, Owen Wilson, and Rosario Dawson are already part of the cast, and THR reports tonight that Danny DeVito has now also come on board! The dark ride attraction, which
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Yesterday we told you about new Universal Monsters action figures from Jada Toys, and today we learned that BendyFigs also has its own interpretations that have hit retailers across the country. I first caught wind of BendyFigs, finely crafted collectible figures from The Noble Collection, while attending this year’s Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios
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Late Spanish director Iván Zulueta’s lost cult horror film Arrebato, or Rapture, is currently in its first theatrical run stateside after opening abroad in 1980. Cited a favorite by filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar (The Skin I Live In), the new 4K restoration of Arrebato delivers arthouse psychological horror to the masses; only the horror here is more on the phantasmagorical, meditative
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phantom limb /ˈfan(t)əm’lim/ n. an often painful sensation of the presence of a limb that has been amputated. Welcome to Phantom Limbs, a recurring feature which will take a look at intended yet unproduced horror sequels and remakes – extensions to genre films we love, appendages to horror franchises that we adore – that were sadly
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Blumhouse Television and UCP are adapting Leigh Whannell’s 2018 sci-fi thriller Upgrade into a television series for Whannell to potentially direct, we had learned last year. The series, which Whannell co-created and will executive produce along with showrunner Tim Walsh (Treadstone, Chicago P.D., Shooter), picks up a few years after the events of the film and broadens the universe with an
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Ghostface, Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell), Gale Weathers (Courtney Cox), and Dewey Riley (David Arquette) are all back in the new Scream, arriving in theaters on January 14, 2022. So, too, is original screenwriter Kevin Williamson, this time as executive producer. But the trailer makes it clear that fans can expect a new generation to get brought into the
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Introductions are never easy. Striking a balance between making a good first impression but also the impression you intended to set still very much eludes me.  “Did I talk too much?”  “Did I talk enough?” “Have I presented myself in a way that this person will now spend the rest of their days resentful of
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Caaaaandy Caaaaaane. September was all over the map, with episodes on influential slow burn It Follows, A Nightmare on Elm Street‘s wacky “final” entry Freddy’s Dead, David Lynch’s surreal LA satire Mulholland Drive, and classic lesbian vampire film Dracula’s Daughter. Now that we’re into October, it’s time to bring out some big titles, starting with director John Dahl‘s
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