Entries by Rob Caprilozzi

Official Trailer Arrives for ‘Ash vs Evil Dead’ Season 3

Starz has revealed the Season 3 trailer for their hit show Ash vs Evil Dead. The two-minute trailer features blood, chainsaws, Deadites, and Ash’s long-lost daughter!

Bruce Campbell returns to the series as the anti-hero protagonist, Ashley Williams. Also returning are Dana DeLorenzo, Lucy Lawless, and Ray Santiago. Joining the cast this season is Arielle Carver-O’Neill, who will portray Ash’s offspring Brandy Barr. This addition will obviously make for an interesting storyline for our unlikely hero Ash. read more read more

‘Monsters’ Being Adapted as TV Series

Deadline is reporting that Monsters is being turned into a television series by Vertigo Films for UK’s Channel 4. Ronan Bennett is set to oversee the series while Daniel Fajemisin-Duncan and Marlon Smith are on writing duties. Development of the series is happening quickly as there are already talks with streaming video on demand services like Netflix and Amazon.

Written and directed by Gareth Edwards, Monsters was released in December 2010. The story revolves around the sudden appearance of giant alien monsters after a NASA deep-space probe that was launched to verify alien life forms comes crashing back to earth. The US and Mexican military launch an offensive on the creatures as a photojournalist attempts to rescue his employers daughter and make it to safety. read more read more

‘Critters’ TV Series Coming to go90

According to reporting in Variety, a TV series based on the 1986’s genre favorite Critters: A New Binge is coming to Verizon’s go90 courtesy of Warner Bros.  Television Group’s digital studio, Blue Ribbon Content. Launched in October 2015 by Verizon, go90 is a free streaming service that does not require a subscription.

The series will follow the fuzzy aliens as they land in Burbank, California in search of one of their kin who was left behind years ago. Jordan Rubin, who is set to direct the series, will be joined by both Jon and Al Kaplan on the writing duty. Original Critters producers Rupert Harvey and Barry Opper will return as producers in this series as well. read more read more

An ‘Insidious’ and ‘Sinister’ Crossover May Happen According to Jason Blum

In an interview with CinePop, producer Jason Blum dropped a horror bombshell on the possibility of an Insidious/Sinister crossover. The head honcho at Blumhouse Production went on to state:

“I hope so, I want to. We almost did ‘Insidious’ and ‘Sinister’ and I still feel like we might do that, so I think so. I think we’re going to cross our worlds at some point. I don’t know how yet, but we’re going to try.” read more

Official Trailer Arrives for ‘The Strangers: Prey at Night’

It’s time to lock all your windows and doors as the official trailer for The Strangers: Prey at Night has just been unleashed.

The trailer which runs just over two minutes, shows a terrified family fighting for survival as they are attacked by masked maniacs. Written by Bryan Bertino and Ben Ketai, the film stars Christina Hendricks, Bailee Madison, and Martin Henderson.

The original The Strangers, which was also written by Bertino, first premiered in 2008. Starring Liv Tyler and Scott Speedman, it’s horrifying account of a torturous break in quickly became a genre hit, amassing over $82 million at the box office. Since that time, fans have been clamoring for more of the home invasion thriller. read more read more

Blumhouse’s ‘Truth or Dare’ Trailer Revealed

Universal Studios has released the first trailer for Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare.

Lucy Hale (Pretty Little Liars) and Tyler Posey (Teen Wolf) lead the cast in this supernatural thriller which turns the harmless game of “Truth or Dare” into a challenge  a bit more sinister. It appears from the trailer that a group of rowdy teens find themselves trapped in a “Jigsaw-like” game here they are punished by unseen forces for not playing the game honorably. read more

Screen Gems Releases Initial Trailer for ‘Slender Man’

It’s time to get creepy as the much anticipated trailer for Slender Man has finally hit the web and we have it here.

Javier Botet who played “The Crooked Man” in The Conjuring 2 and “The Leper” in IT will become the titular monster. The film also stars Jaz Sinclair, Julia Goldani Telles, Joey King, Annalise Basso, and Alex Fitzalan. The film is helmed by director Sylvain White and written by David Birke.

Slender Man’s origins date back to 2009 when Eric Knudson (using the screen name Victor Surge) posted his entry in a paranormal photoshop contest on the Something Awful Forums. Knudson’s entry consisted of two black and white photos, each with kids and a tall, thin figure wearing a black suit and a white face which is devoid of facial features in the background. The unsettling creation struck a chord with many users and within days they started submitting their own versions of the frightening character. The word of Slender Man started to spread from forum to forum and it quickly became an internet sensation. read more read more

New ‘Death Stranding’ Trailer Debuts at The Game Awards 2017

At the recent The Game Awards 2017 in Los Angeles, Hideo Kojima and the team at Kojima Productions released an eight-minute trailer for the highly anticipated Death Stranding video game.  The trailer opens with the main character, played by The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus waking up on the ground in the middle of a rainstorm. As he pulls himself to his feet we see that him and his fellow crew members have perhaps crashed on what could be another planet.  Tension mounts as the viewer sees mysterious enemies taking the lives of his fellow travelers. The trailer ends with the Reedus character holding a special package. read more read more

‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ Heads to Netflix

Deadline is reporting that a 20-episode, two-season series of the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina has been ordered by Netflix. In October we reported that the CW was in talks to bring the show to their network. Rumor has it that Netflix made an offer to the producing studio, Warner Bros., that it could not refuse. Given the hot streak Netflix has been on lately with such hits as Stranger Things, Mindhunter and The Punisher, the series could seemingly be another solid addition for both horror and comic fans. read more read more