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Director Brad Peyton Reveals Details About Monster Video Game Adaptation Rampage

Brad Peyton, the director of the upcoming film monster-mash video game adaptation Rampage, recently spoke to We Got This Covered about the tone of the film.

Peyton promises that the film, based on the original arcade game, is “…going to be a lot more emotional, a lot scarier and a lot more real than you’d expect.”  Peyton went on to say that he was “…really excited about Rampage. It’s a monster film, so the stuff that I did on Incarnate, stretching my muscles in the horror space helped. This “small, character piece” with horror in it trained me to get ready for [Rampage]. Obviously, it’s a much bigger movie and it’s meant for a broader audience, but there still horror elements, there’s still a monster movie at the core. And I get to work with Dwayne [Johnson] again, I’m so excited about it.”   read more

New Demonic Clip Dropped for Incarnate

Hitting theaters this week from Blumhouse Entertainment, WWE Studios, and director Brad Peyton  is Incarnate, starring Aaron Eckhart and Clarice van Houten.

The highly anticipated possession tale centers around Dr. Seth Ember, played by Eckhart, with an unimaginable ability to crawl into the minds of those possessed.  He is called upon by the Vatican to help 11- year- old Cameron, played by David Mazouz, before he is completely consumed by the demon.  Sound familiar?  Maybe.  However, horror fans always love a good exorcism and by the looks of the new clip that just arrived today through MTV, Incarnate seems to breathe new life into a the demonic child filmscape.  In general, horror fans always been terrified with the monster and child dynamic ever since Frankenstein met up with the little girl at the pond in 1931.  By the looks of the new clip, Cameron versus the demon appears to be a bit more ferocious. read more