Quibi Announces ‘Tomie’ Series From Alexandre Aja

What a wild twenty-four hours it has been for actress Adeline Rudolph. Just yesterday Netflix announced that they had cancelled the Chilling of Adventures of Sabrina series where Rudolph portrays the witch...

‘Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula’ Gets Theatrical Release Date

There's a reason that 2016's Train to Busan made it on to my list of the "Top 20 Horror Films of the Past 5 Years" and that's because it was brilliant -...

Filmed-In-Quarantine Horror Film ‘Host’ Debuts On Shudder

The COVID-19 pandemic may have slowed down the efforts of horror mavens, but it couldn't kill their creative drives. The latest example of this sort of tenacity is the filmed-in-quarantine horror feature Host that will...

Netflix Cancels ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’

On Wednesday, Netflix announced the cancellation of the supernatural series Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, with the final episodes to be released in late 2020, according to a report by Deadline. The series, starring...

John Carpenter Calls ‘Halloween Kills’ A “Slasher Movie Times One Hundred”, Teaser Trailer Is Unveiled

John Carpenter still is contributing mightily to the Halloween franchise even after all these years. The legendary composer and filmmaker, in a recent interview, revealed that his score for Halloween Kills is ready for a...

Blumhouse, Universal Delay ‘Halloween Kills’, ‘Halloween Ends’, ‘Forever Purge’, ‘Candyman’ Out of COVID-19’s Path

The extended movie theater closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic have set off a chain of delays for top Blumhouse/Universal Pictures releases. Halloween Kills, Halloween Ends, and Forever Purge will all see delays of...

Shudder Bringing ‘Scary Good TV’ and ‘Horror is Queer’ Panels to Comic-Con@Home

With the traditional San Diego Comic Con cancelled, the annual convention will now take place on-line via Comic-Con@Home, and many media outlets are announcing traditional panel schedules for the event. The leader...

‘Last Night In Soho’ Director Sheds Some Light On Film

Edgar Wright--director of the upcoming horror film Last Night in Soho from Focus Features--is teasing fans with intriguing details about his much-anticipated movie. Wright said the film--which takes place in the Soho district of London--has...

Guillermo del Toro and Scott Cooper will Bring ‘Antlers’ to Comic-Con@Home

Supposed to have been release on April 17th but pushed back due to COVID-19, the Guillermo del Toro produced and Scott Cooper written/directed film Antlers will be discussed by those two esteemed...

Teaser Trailer Released For ‘Red Pill’

Tony award-winning actress Tonya Pinkins has a created a film which looks at the current social and political climate in the United States with Red Pill. Deadline is reporting that the film...

‘Negan Lives’ Rushed Back To Print

You just can’t keep a good villain down. Image Comics has announced that the latest Walking Dead one-shot, Negan Lives, from Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard was an instant sell-out at the...

‘Saint Maud’ Loses Another Release Date, Status In Limbo

The COVID-19 crisis may be abating in several areas--to the delight of some TV and movie studios--but the effects of the pandemic are still being felt around the world. A case in point:...

D.B. Woodside Returning For ‘Lucifer’ Season 6 As Actor, Director

There's nothing like a heavenly family reunion--even if it only happens on a Netflix TV series. D.B. Woodside--who portrays the angel Amenadiel on the popular Lucifer series--this week said he will return for the show's...

‘Relic’: The Horror News Network Review

There has been a recent resurgence of a horror sub-genre dealing with tough subjects such as mental illness and the pervasive demons of addiction and domestic violence.  Numerous films in the past...

‘The Sandman’ Awakens with New Audiobook

For many people this is now a dream come true as the Vertigo comic book series The Sandman by Neil Gaiman will be getting its very own adaptation on Audible according to...

‘The Beach House’ Debuts On Shudder, Offers New Trailer

Summer is upon us once again--even if Summer 2020 is disturbingly different from other sun-filled seasons--and with it comes a new horror movie with a hot-weather theme, The Beach House. The film--the directorial debut...

Legendary Italian Composer Ennio Morricone Dies at 91

Ennio Morricone, the legendary Italian composer who scored over 500 film and television projects between 1960 and 2020, has passed away at the age of 91. According to The Hollywood Reporter, The...

‘Stranger Things’ Season 4 Shooting To Resume In September

The COVID-19 pandemic took its toll on Stranger Things, as it did on so many TV series and feature films this year, but a tentative date has now been announced for the popular...

Guillermo del Toro Won’t Give Up On ‘At The Mountains Of Madness’ Project

Apparently, even having an Academy Award on your mantle doesn't guarantee you will get what you want in Hollywood. Guillermo del Toro--whose most recent film, The Shape of Water, won Oscars for Best Picture...

Horror Legend John Carpenter Hits Right Notes With New Music

When you hear John Carpenter's name, visions of such horror classics as Halloween and The Thing come to mind, but his contributions to the world of music are significant as well. Carpenter--director and co-writer of the 1978 Halloween film--also...

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‘Browse’: The Horror News Network Review

Browse stars Lukas Haas (Inception, Mars Attacks!) as Richard, a quiet office manager coming off a bad breakup who has been swiping around some...

‘The Deeper You Dig’: The Horror News Network Review

How deep will you dig to hide your nasty little secret? The Deeper You Dig is a family affair, not just in context of...

‘Something Is Killing The Children, Vol. 1’: The Horror News Network Review

Precious few horror comic book collections can be described as true page-turners nowadays. Volumes you feel compelled to read in one sitting. Stories you...

Travel Channel’s ‘Buried Worlds’ Host Don Wildman: The Horror News Network Interview

Don Wildman has spent the majority of his career on television investigating some of history's greatest oddities through his long-running series Mysteries at the...

‘Becky’: The Horror News Network Review

Just like when Vince Vaughn stepped outside of his comedy bubble to play the bad-ass lead in 2017’s Brawl in Cell Block 99 (no,...

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