Entries by Rob Caprilozzi

One Summer Can Change Everything in ‘Stranger Things 3’ Trailer

Netflix dropped the official trailer for Stranger Things 3 today and change is indeed coming to Hawkins, Indiana. The lovable kids we once knew are growing up and turning info young adults. Perhaps Finn Wolfhard sums it up best in the trailer as Mike says “We’re not kids anymore, I mean, what did you think? We were just going to sit in my basement all day?”

While the official plot is still under wraps, the near three-minute trailer gives us a fair share of what we can expect from the Emmy-nominated series in its junior season. read more read more

Trailer Arrives for ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Part 2’

Just yesterday, Netflix revealed the official trailer to the second season of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. The two-minute trailer which features the Runaways classic Cherry Bomb gives us a glimpse of what to expect including warlocks, witches and other things that go bump in the night.

The official synopsis for the next entry in the series reads as follows:

It’s a wicked world out there, and Sabrina is brewing up trouble. After signing her name in the Book of the Beast, Sabrina struggles to find the balance between her place in the mortal world and her new darker side. New challenges await Sabrina in Part 2, including having to choose between the familiar mortal Harvey Kinkle, and the sexy warlock Nicholas Scratch. She may have signed her name to the Dark Lord, but that doesn’t mean she isn’t willing to raise a little hell. read more read more

Upcoming ‘Terminator’ Film Named ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’

Deadline is reporting that Paramount has finally decided on a name for their latest film in the Terminator franchise and it will be called Terminator: Dark Fate. The James Cameron produced Terminator sequel is directed by Tim Miller (Deadpool) and is based on a screenplay written by David Goyer, Josh Friedman, Billy Ray and Justin Rhodes.

Dark Fate sees the return of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton to the beloved sci-fi/horror franchise. Joining the Terminator vets are Mackenzie Davis, Natalia Reyes, Gabriel Luna, Diego Boneta, Brett Azar, and Steven Cree. read more read more

John Carl Buechler Passes Away at 66

We have sad news to pass along today as The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that John Carl Buechler has passed away after a battle with stage 4 prostate cancer. Buechler is known for his love of horror films where he worked as an actor, writer, producer, director, and special effects artist. In 1986 Buechler directed the cult classic film Troll which followed a troll king in search of a magical ring which will transform him into a human. In 1988 more directing duties came Buechler’s way as he added Cellar Dweller to his resume while visiting Crystal Lake and directing new Jason, Kane Hodder in Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood. read more read more

Bill Creber, Art Director on ‘Planet of the Apes’ Passes Away

Sad news to pass along today as we have learned that Bill Creber, best known for his work on the Planet of the Apes franchise has passed away. According to Deadline, the 87-year old Oscar-nominated production designer died in LA on March 7 due to complications from pneumonia after a prolonged illness.

When Creber joined the 1968 film Planet of the Apes, his first task as art director was to design the ape city. He would stay with the series for their first three films. read more

Adrienne Barbeau Announces Her Return to ‘Swamp Thing’

Adrienne Barbeau stunned horror fans today when she announced via her Twitter page that she will be returning to the swamp as she joined the cast of DC Universe’s Swamp Thing.

While she did not give any info as to which role she will play in the series, the veteran actress adds experience to the series which is said to have a much darker tone than the film. Barbeau will join Derek Mears who will play Swamp Thing, Virginia Madsen, Henderson Wade, Andy Bean, Jennifer Beals, Will Patton, Crystal Reed, and Maria Sten in the production. read more read more

‘Gremlins’ Animated Series in the Works at WarnerMedia

Big news for fans of the Gremlins as Deadline is reporting that an animated series based on the film franchise is in development at WarnerMedia’s streaming service which is set to launch in the fourth quarter of this year.

From what we gather, the series would be a prequel and focus on the adventures of Mr. Wing and Gizmo. The series will be written by Tze Chun who is known for his work on Gotham and Once Upon a Time.

Released in 1984, Gremlins follows a teenager named Billy (played by Zach Galligan) who receives a mogwai as a pet from his father around Christmas. When Billy doesn’t obey the rules on how to care for the creature, the mogwai (named Gizmo) spawn other creatures which turn into destructive, evil monsters. read more read more

Original Marilyn Munster, Beverley Owen Passes Away

Sad news for horror fans today as the original actress to play Marilyn Munster on the hit TV series The Munsters, Beverley Owen has passed away at the age of 81. Beverley’s daughter, Polly Stone, told TMZ that her mother was surrounded by family and friends when she died on February 21st. Owen was diagnosed with ovarian cancer back in January of 2017.

Owen stepped into the role of Marilyn, the black sheep of the Munster’s family and played the part for 13 episodes of the iconic series. She would depart the series to get married to Sesame Street producer, Jon Stone. Pat Priest took over the role of Marilyn for the remainder of the series. read more read more

Possible ‘Alien’ Animated Series in the Works

According to the gang at Observer, an R-Rated animated Alien Series may be in development. Sources tell the site that a seven-episode series based on the Alien: Isolation game could arrive as early as April. Rumor has it that Axis Animation will bring the series to fruition.

Alien: Isolation was published by Sega and released in October 2014 for both consoles and the PC. The game is set 15 years after the events of the original Alien film and follows Ellen Ripley’s daughter, Amanda Ripley, as she investigates the disappearance of her mother. The series received generally positive reviews and was nominated for several year-end awards. read more read more

More Casting Announced for ‘Lost Boys’

Lots of news has bled out recently about CW’s Lost Boys reboot. According to Deadline, former Teen Wolf star Tyler Posey has landed one of the main roles in the series along with Kiele Sanchez. It was also announced that Dakota Shapiro and Medalion Rahimi have been selected as supporting characters.

In her return to the vampire genre, Catherine Hardwicke, who directed Twilight, will direct the pilot episode of the series which was written by Heather Mitchell. read more