Movies/TV

‘3 From Hell’ Teaser Trailer Arrives

It looks as if even a barrage of gunfire can’t keep the Firefly Family down. This morning Rob Zombie revealed the teaser trailer for 3 From Hell today via his official Instagram account featuring Captain Spaulding, Otis and Baby. While the 50-second trailer didn’t reveal too much, it gives us many flashback scenes to House of 1,000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects.

In addition to Sid Haig, Bill Moseley and Sheri Moon Zombie all returning to reprise their roles, 3 From Hell also includes Emilio Rivera, Danny Trejo, Clint Howard, Richard Brake, Daniel Roebuck, Dee Wallace, Sean Whalen, and Jeff Daniel Phillips. read more

‘Ma’ Continues to Impress at Box Office; ‘Godzilla: King of The Monsters’ Flames Out

While Universal’s Ma won’t reach the financial heights of Godzilla: King of Monsters, when all is said and done this summer, the Octavia Spencer lead thriller may be the more profitable of the two films.

Godzilla: King of the Monsters fell into fourth place, dropping the entire length of a skyscraper (a -67.5% drop from last week) for an estimated $15.5 million in its second weekend.  For comparison’s sake, 2014’s relaunch dropped a similar amount, but it also made over $30 million during its second weekend of release.  This fact could hinder the sequel’s chance for $100 million in the domestic market which currently stands at $78.6 million. read more

Sigourney Weaver to Return as Dana Barrett in New ‘Ghostbusters’ Sequel

Director Jason Reitman has maintained a code of silence about the possibility of any iconic actors of the original Ghostbusters franchise returning to his highly-anticipated 2020 sequel, but Sigourney Weaver just let something incredible slip in an interview with Parade Magazine: Dana Barrett’s back!

That’s right, the professional musician turned Zuul, turned Terror Dog, turned mother of the human vessel for the return of Vigo: Scourge of Carpathia, will be facing off against whatever the latest terror of New York City turns out to be in the upcoming film! Parade’s interview with Sigourney Weaver might have spoiled a few surprises with this announcement, but the text surrounding her quote gives cause for even more excitement: read more

‘Ghost Adventures’ Zak Bagans’ Haunted Museum is Already Being Impacted by ‘The Devil’s Rocking Chair’

Well, it didn’t take long for “The Devil’s Rocking Chair” to start causing trouble at Zak Bagans’ Haunted Museum in Las Vegas.  According to an official tweet, the rocking chair stirred up so much paranormal activity, that the museum had to temporarily shut the exhibit down.

So we just shut-down a new exhibit @hauntedmuseum temporarily because of what just occured w/ staff & a guest… moments before we opened the exhibit me and my assistant witnessed a plug get yanked out of the wall socket by itself then the door to the chair opened slowly read more

DC Universe Cancels ‘Swamp Thing’ After Airing One Episode

After just premiering on DC Universe last Friday, Swamp Thing is dead in the water. Variety has just reported the series’ cancellation, with no additional details on the abrupt announcement. The news immediately follows generally positive reviews of the first episode, and healthy buzz over the series in general.

The official Twitter page for the series has not yet been updated with the news, and its latest post is business as usual:

Strange things are happening around town… #DCUSWAMPTHING pic.twitter.com/Llscie73qo read more

Baskin-Robbins Celebrates ‘Stranger Things’ Season Three with Some Upside Down Treats

Following the every-popular trend of sci-fi and horror food tie-ins, Baskin-Robbins is getting in on the act with an exclusive lineup of Stranger Things-inspired flavors including two new Flavors of the Month, new sundaes, frozen ice cream pizzas, and exclusive merchandise.

The two new flavors are called “Eleven’s Heaven”, described as “…a waffle cone-flavored ice cream with chocolate-coated sugar cone pieces and a chocolate icing flavored ribbon” and “Upside Down Pralines”,  which features “…chocolate ice cream with praline pecans and a chocolate-caramel flavored ribbon.” read more

‘Are You Afraid of the Dark?’ Movie Loses Writer

Apparently, the creators at Paramount Pictures need nightlights because Are You Afraid of the Dark? the movie has not only been pulled from its October 4 release date but according to Slash Film screenwriter Gary Dauberman has parted with the project entirely, leaving its current status unknown.

Initially, Dauberman was going to pen the film’s script and produce the adaptation of Nickelodeon’s 1990’s hit series, but in the interview he had this to say, “No, that actually hasn’t shot yet. That’s one of those things I’m no longer a part of. I just had a different vision to make it and thought it best to part ways. It’s unfortunate but as you said, that’s sometimes how it goes.” read more

‘Visitations with Elijah Wood & Daniel Noah’ Podcast Now Available on Shudder

All nine episodes of Shudder’s new podcast, Visitations with Elijah Wood & Daniel Noah (which is described as “…a new podcast from the boundary-breaking indie production company SpectreVision”) are now available to subscribers on the horror streaming service.

Each episode of the podcast “…features the two hosts traveling to the homes and workshops of some of their favorite creators in the genre community and beyond. In these intimate visits, guests delve into their lives, their work and how they’ve managed to turn their deepest fears into art.” Episodes include 45 minute conversations with a who’s who of horror and genre cinema such as: Taika Waititi (What We Do in the Shadows), Mike Flanagan (The Haunting of Hill House), John Landis (An American Werewolf in London), Ana Lily Amirpour (A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night), Dan Harmon  Rick and Morty), Flying Lotus (Kuso), Richard Stanley (Hardware), Kate and Laura Mulleavy (Woodshock), and Panos Cosmatos (Mandy). read more

Buy / Wait / Rent: June 2019 Blu-Ray Releases

We sift through the new release heap so you don’t have to!

Welcome to Horror News Network’s Buy / Wait / Rent, a monthly article devoted to the most highly-anticipated horror releases on blu-ray. Here you will find the best home video releases of each month, along with our opinion on whether each film is a must-own on the first day of release, something you should wait to buy until it goes on sale, or something you’re better off renting for a one-time watch. And now, on to the notable new releases of June 2019! read more

Press Event for ‘Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark’ Unleashes New Trailer and Some Disturbing Footage

With the buzz about Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark growing daily, a special press event was held today at the Roxy Cinema in New York that featured the latest trailer, two short clips from the film, and a Q&A session with writer/producer Guillermo del Toro (The Shape of Water, Pan’s Labyrinth) and director André Øvredal (The Autopsy of Jane Doe, Troll Hunter).

Before the scenes or trailers were shown, Mr. del Toro addressed the attendees. He talked about discovering the books when he was younger and how he first fell in love with the incredible illustrations of Stephen Gammell before being won over by the stories. He made it clear that when he was first approached about being involved with Scary Stories, he did not want this to be an anthology film; “anthology films, while great, are only as good as their best story and as bad as their worst”, said del Toro, while director Øvredal agreed and said that working on this film, “was a dream come true”. They also both discussed the importance to them of making a PG-13 movie, “something to scare the whole family”. read more