A massive onsite activation was on display for attendees of San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) for the new Amazon Prime Video show “Carnival Row.” The show is a Victorian fantasy where immigrant creatures and humans coexist, although not in a friendly way. The show will star Orlando Bloom as a human detective and Cara Delevingne as a faerie in a dangerous love affair. On the ground at SDCC, fans were able to enter a secret lounge for a special performance by the creatures. Check out our photos and video below.
If you have been anxiously awaiting the final full length trailer and the hijinks of Pennywise the clown, your prayers have been answered.
The sequel to the financial juggernaut takes place after all of those “little rascals” from the first film have grown up and include James McAvoy as Bill Denbrough, Jay Ryan as Ben Hanscom, Jessica Chastain as Beverly Marsh, Bill Hader as Richie Tozier, Isaiah Mustafa as Mike Hanlon, James Ransone as Eddie Kaspbrak and Andy Bean as Stan Uris (Bill Skarsgård will naturally be reprising his role of Pennywise). read more
According to a report on Deadline, The Haunting of Hill House actor Oliver Jackson-Cohen has landed the lead role in Universale/Blumhouse’s The Invisible Man. Jackson-Cohen joins an already impressive cast which consists of Elisabeth Moss, Storm Reid, Aldis Hodge, Sam Smith and Harriet Dyer.
Even though The Invisible Man will be distributed through Universal it will not be a part of their Dark Universe. Universal had hoped to shape a cinematic universe based on the beloved classic monsters but its initial entry The Mummy, which starred Tom Cruise stumbled out of the gate and crashed hard enough to wipe out the entire Dark Universe idea. Despite the film being the biggest global opening for Tom Cruise, Deadline estimated that the film lost the studio $95 million. read more
Get ready to do some bustin’ on both coasts this fall, because for the first time ever, Ghostbusters is coming to Universal Orlando and Universal Hollywood’s Halloween Horror Nights in the form of a new haunted house.
Sony Picture’s classic is celebrating its 35th anniversary, and (according to Universal’s official press release) “…you’ll jump through the movie screen of the original 1984 film and walk through some of your favorite scenes like the New York Public Library, the Temple of Gozer and more.” read more
Rob Zombie has just dropped highly anticipated trailer for 3 From Hell, the sequel to House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects. The film sees the surprising return of Captain Spaulding (Sid Haig), Otis (Bill Moseley) and Baby (Sheri Moon Zombie), after what was seemingly their last hurrah at the end of The Devil’s Rejects.
The trailer shows the return of the Firefly family and seems to pick up right where The Devils Rejects ended. We see shots of the trio being wheeled into a hospital with a newspaper headline claiming Satan had something to do with their recovery. As the trailer progresses we are treated to a sufficient amount of mayhem that are synonymous with Zombie’s films. read more
Director Jason Reitman took to his Instagram to officially announce the commencement of filming on Sony’s Ghostbusters 2020 in Alberta, Canada with a first look photo featuring stars Mckenna Grace, Finn Wolfhard and Carrie Coon in character. Reitman appears also in the photo, alongside his father Ivan Reitman who directed the first two Ghostbusters films.
It seems Grace’s familiar specs tease a lineage with Egon Spengler.
Grace, known also for her roles in Captain Marvel and Annbelle Comes Home, will star in the 2020 film along with Finn Wolfhard (Stranger Things and 2017’s IT). Carrie Coon (The Leftovers) will play their mother. Sigourney Weaver recently confirmed that she and the original cast were reprising their roles for the sequel. read more
Prepare to start another Netflix binge in August as the critically acclaimed and fan favorite Mindhunter returns for its second season on August 16th. EW has confirmed that co-executive producer and director David Fincher recently revealed the upcoming season release date which will see the return of Jonathan Groff, Anna Torv and Holt McCallany. August was previously rumored after co-executive producer Charlize Theron mentioned the date on The Howard Stern Show a few months back.
During a recent interview in The Treatment podcast, Fincher revealed more about the upcoming season as Detectives Holden (Groff) and Tench (McCallany) continue to dig deep into America’s most notorious and gruesome murderers. Season two is set to focus on the horrific Atlanta child murders which took place between 1979-1981. No doubt fans of the show will be tuned in to watch as the pair delve deep into the psyche of more America’s notorious monsters. read more
In the sweltering heat of summer, on July 31st of 1987, the eightiest of eighties vampire films was unleashed upon the world. Directed by Joel Schumacher, who was fresh off of the “Brat Pack” coming-of-age film St. Elmo’s Fire, The Lost Boys made 32.2 million dollars on a budget of 8.5 and also made scores of girls love vampires long before Edward Cullen hit the scene.
Recently divorced Lucy is moving her and her children Michael (Jason Patric) and Sam (Corey Haim) to the coastal California town Santa Carla to stay with her father for a while. Only referred to as Grandpa (and Dad) throughout the film, folks may recognize veteran actor Barnard Hughes from 1982’s Tron. The film opens with a pan-in shot of a boardwalk full of games and rides and a group of rock-star dressed youths fucking around on a carousel. Then a quick cut to Lucy, Michael, Sam and Nanook (the pup) driving to Grandpas. The group passes the “Welcome to Santa Carla” sign and Michael notices that someone has spray-painted Murder Capital of the World” on the back of it – that’s not creepy at all. Cue Echo & the Bunnymen’s ‘People are Strange’ cover. read more
If you love horror movies, you’ve probably been accused (at one time or another) of being a Satanist. If you dress in black and listen to heavy metal, punk, or goth, you’ve probably been accused of being a Satanist. If you grew up in the 1980s and played Dungeons and Dragons, you’ve probably been accused of being a Satanist. And if you ever wondered why this occurs, Penny Lane’s documentary Hail Satan? clearly identifies the type of mindset that continues to ostracize and judge others based on spurious associations. read more
Netflix executives must feel like they just received a life-time supply of U.S.S. Butterscotch from Scoops Ahoy! because the new season of Stranger Things has shattered all previous records for the company in terms of viewership.
According to an official tweet from Netflix, season three of Stranger Things been watched by 40.7 million household accounts with 18.2 million of those viewers having already binge-watched the entire season.
.@Stranger_Things 3 is breaking Netflix records!
40.7 million household accounts have been watching the show since its July 4 global launch — more than any other film or series in its first four days. And 18.2 million have already finished the entire season. read more