Moments ago Paramount Pictures revealed the teaser trailer for the upcoming film A Quiet Place. While there is no official synopsis of the film just yet, the trailer provides us enough insight to let us know that the family is being hunted by something sinister in the woods. The footage shows a family living in terror as they must remain as quiet as possible. They walk on specific parts of the floor in hopes that the boards won’t creak; use sign language to communicate and even go to measures to ensure their board games do not make noise.
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Rob Caprilozzi created Comic Monsters in 2004 and eventually expanded the site in 2009 to Horror News Network. Born out his love for all aspects of horror, Rob still remains hardcore comic fan. You can keep up with him on Twitter @RobCaprilozzi.
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Those with coulrophobia take note, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment announced the Blu-ray/DVD release of IT is coming to stores on January 9, 2018.
Based on the 1986 Stephen King novel and starring Bill Skarsgard as Pennywise the Clown, IT delighted horror fans by being a worthy reboot of the 1990 classic. The film centers around a group of kids from the small town of Derry, Maine facing off against a supernatural creature who takes the shape of a sinister clown. read more
According to Deadline, a Twilight Zone reboot is in the works at CBS. Announced by CBS Corp. CEO Leslie Moonves at the company’s earnings call on Thursday, the legendary TV series will appear on the networks streaming service CBS All Access.
What makes this even more interesting is the rumors that Twilight Zone is coming from Jordan Peele’s Monkeypaw production company. Earlier in the year Peele’s directorial debut, Get Out was a box office success raking in over $253 million. The film currently has a 99% “Certified Fresh” rating on aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes. read more read more
Starz delivered horror fans a Halloween treat as they revealed a teaser trailer for the third season of Ash vs Evil Dead. Like the two seasons before it, season three will be 10 episodes long.
The one minute and twenty-five seconds trailer features everyone’s favorite horror hero, Ash Williams (Bruce Campbell) doing what he does best, killing deadites. A main plot line of the third season has Ash discovering his long lost daughter. From the trailer, it is safe to say that the third season of the series will feature plenty of comedy and buckets of blood. read more read more
A new video for Dead by Daylight has confirmed a Nightmare on Elm Street chapter will be added featuring Freddy Krueger. As we reported last week, there were rumors that the “Springwood Slasher” would be the next character to be added to the survival horror game, which already features Leatherface, Michael Myers and Laurie Strode.
While it is great to see Freddy in game, some fans are upset at the character model used for the iconic 80s slasher. Instead of tailoring it after Robert Englund, the character bears a likeness to Jackie Earle Haley who portrayed Freddy in the 2010 remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street. read more read more
Yesterday, Behaviour Interactive and Starbreeze Studios released the trailer for an upcoming chapter of Dead by Daylight called “Don’t Fall Asleep.” While the trailer does not show Freddy himself, rumors have been circulating around the internet. The speculation is that some data was leaked and certain sound effects surfaced that would indicate that the iconic 80’s slasher would be appearing. One sound effect even has a child humming the “One, Two, Freddy’s Coming For You” song. read more read more
The official trailer for Josh Boone’s New Mutants movie has just been released. The trailer, which is just over two minutes gives us a glimpse of the cast of characters locked down in an asylum. Unlike other X-Men titles, the trailer shows proves the backdrop of this story is set purely in the horror realm. In a recent interview with Variety, FOX CEO Stacey Snider praised Boone’s different take on a superhero film by saying: “We haven’t seen a superhero movie whose genre is more like “The Shining” than “we’re teenagers let’s save the world.” read more read more
FilmRise Releasing debuted the official trailer today for My Friend Dahmer. The films official release date was announced as November 3rd. The trailer, which is almost two and a half minutes, shows Dahmer’s slow descent into madness.
Based on the acclaimed graphic novel by Derf Backderf, the story follows the teenage years of Jeffrey Dahmer as a socially awkward high-school student.
Dahmer, who came to be known as the Milwaukee Cannibal, murdered seventeen people between 1978 and 1991. On February 15, 1992 Dahmer was sentenced to fifteen life sentences for his crimes. The Milwaukee Cannibal would last only two years in prison as he was murdered by fellow inmate Christopher Scarver. read more read more
Earlier in the year it was announced that a brand-new Spawn feature would be developed through Blumhouse. Today at New York Comic Con, creator Todd McFarlane confirmed that the new Spawn film would begin production in February 2018 and be “dark and R-rated.” He also promised to send daily Facebook updates on the film once things get underway.
In 1992 McFarlane created Image Comics along with Rob Liefeld, Erik Larsen, Jim Lee, Jim Valentino, Whilce Portacio, and Marc Silvestri. In May of that same year, Spawn #1 hit comic stores, with the debut issue selling over 1.7 million copies. read more read more
Horror fans may see heads exploding on television soon courtesy of a Scanners TV series. Deadline reports that Michael Ellenberg’s Media Res and Bron Studios have secured the rights to develop the cult film as a TV series.
Directed by horror legend David Cronenberg, Scanners was released in 1981 by Embassy Pictures. In the film the term “scanners” are given to those that have great telepathic and telekinetic powers. One certain “scanner,” Darryl Revok (Michael Ironside) wants to create his own army of “scanners” to take over the world and will kill anyone who doesn’t join him. The film grossed over $14 million at the box office. read more read more