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Exclusive Interview with Artist Frank Kozik of Kidrobot at NY Toy Fair 2020

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One of the highlights of NY Toy Fair 2020 was getting the chance to chat with legendary graphic artist Frank Kozik. When it came to concert poster art from the mid-80’s through the “grunge” era, Frank’s posters heralded the arrival of some of…

WiHM: Interview with Horror Poet Stephanie M. Wytovich

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February is Women in Horror Month and part of the Horror News Network spotlight on women this month we caught up with horror poet, novelist, and essayist, Stephanie M. Wytovich. Stephanie is a Bram Stoker Award winner for her poetry collection, Brothel.…

Often-Delayed 'Brahms: The Boy 2' Delivers Lowest Horror Opening of 2020

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In what has been a dismal season for the financial prospect of horror films, Brahms: The Boy 2 established a new low at the box office, opening with an estimated $6 million in its first weekend of release. The often-delayed and rescheduled sequel to…

Lionsgate Reveals Trailer for 'Run'

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Lionsgate revealed the official trailer for their upcoming mom-gone-bad thriller Run. Directed by Aneesh Chaganty, Run stars Sarah Paulson and Kiera Allen. The official synopsis of the film is: They say you can never escape a mother’s love... but…

Nickelodeon Renews 'Are You Afraid of the Dark?' for Second Season

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Deadline is reporting that Nickelodeon has announced a plethora of series renewals including one for Are You Afraid of the Dark? Matt Kaplan and Spencer Berman return to the series serving as executive producers with ACE Entertainment. The synopsis…

Hill House Comics 'Plunge' #1: The Horror News Network Review

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As the curator of DC Comics Hill House horror line, Joe Hill has a lot of expectations to live up to.  Not only does the line bear his name, but as a creator who established himself as a force in the world of horror comics, any title that he writes comes…

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New Trailer Revealed for 'The invisible Man'

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Universal Pictures has revealed a new trailer for their upcoming film The Invisible Man. The new preview highlights more suspense and action from this anticipated thriller. Written and directed by Leigh Whannell, The Invisible Man stars Elisabeth Moss,…

Lionsgate Greenlights 'Knives Out' Sequel

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Deadline is reporting that a Knives Out sequel has officially been announced by Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer during the company's third-quarter earnings call on Thursday. This comes as no surprise as there have been many rumblings from Lionsgate of a…

Aubrey Plaza & Bill Murray Spoof 'The Lighthouse' for Film Independent Spirit Awards

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Robert Eggers' The Lighthouse has received a tidal wave of praise this award's season, but nothing shows appreciation more than a good ole' fashioned parody! Aubrey Plaza (the host of the 35th Annual Film Independent Spirit Awards) and Bill Murray…

Amazon Studios Acquires 'The Dark Corners of the Night'

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Deadline is reporting that Amazon Studios has acquired the rights to develop a series based on Meg Gardiner’s upcoming book The Dark Corners of the Night. Larry Trilling is set to be the showrunner and executive produce the series. He will be joined…

Netflix's 'Midnight Mass' Begins Casting

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Deadline is reporting that casting has begun for Netflix’s Midnight Mass series. Mike Flanagan will direct the seven-episode series which focuses on an isolated island community which experiences miraculous events – and frightening omens – after…

Trailer Arrives for Latest 'SAW' Chapter, 'Spiral'

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Lionsgate just revealed the highly anticipated trailer for the next chapter in the SAW franchise, Spiral. Directed by Darren Lynn Bousman and written by Josh Stolberg & Pete Goldfinger, Spiral stars Chris Rock, Max Minghella, Marisol Nichols, and…

Netflix Sets Release Date for 'Castlevania' Season 3

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There is no stopping Count Dracula, or movies and television series being made about him either, especially with Netflix's animated series Castlevania entering its third season set to start streaming on March 5, according to series director Samuel Deats. The…

'The New Mutants' Gets Poster Ahead of Release

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In what can be looked at as the real "last stand" for the 20th Century Fox X-Men franchise, The New Mutants has a new poster released just today via the film's official Twitter page. Check it out here! https://twitter.com/NewMutantsFilm/status/1224739393174413312 Starring…

'Harpoon' Director Rob Grant: The Horror News Network Interview

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Rob Grant's nautical nightmare Harpoon is the type of horror comedy that captures key elements of both genres and will certainly appeal to those with a taste for dark humor and tales of isolation.  It is also the type of film that shows a lot of promise…

First Shot of Oscar Nominee Bruce Dern in 'Hellblazers' Released

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It's not often that a two-time Oscar nominee stars in a horror film.  But according to Deadline, the prolific Bruce Dern is doing exactly that.  Dern will be starring in Hellblazers, a production that recently wrapped in California with very little…

'The Southern Book Club's Guide to Slaying Vampires' Tapped for Series Development at Amazon

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Deadline is reporting that the soon to be released novel The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires is among the first projects on producer Patrick Moran’s Amazon development slate. The book is written by Bram Stoker Award-Winning author…

CW Greenlights 'The Lost Boys' Pilot

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Deadline is reporting that the CW has green light a pilot for The Lost Boys. After passing last year on the project the network decided to rework the script and called upon Marcos Siega to direct the pilot episode. Siega has previously worked on The Vampire…

'The Invisible Man' Shines in Super Bowl Spot

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If you are one of the millions that watched the Kansas City Chiefs triumph in Super Bowl 54, you may have caught a 30 second spot for The Invisible Man. Directed by Leigh Whannell, The Invisible Man stars Elisabeth Moss, Oliver Jackson-Cohen and Aldis…

Buy / Wait / Rent: February 2020 Blu-Ray Releases

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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…

Nothing But Crumbs For 'Gretel & Hansel' at Superbowl Weekend Box Office

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As bad as ticket sales have been for horror films in  January, Orion's horror take on the classic fairy tale actually generated the smallest opening of any of the previous horror disasters this month with a fourth place finish to the tune of an estimated…

Todd McFarlane Announces Philip Tan's Return to 'Spawn'

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Todd McFarlane just posted a typical video on Instagram of him inking Issue 305 of Spawn, but there is nothing typical about the announcement he makes at the end of the clip! In the video, McFarlane Announces that Jason Shawn Alexander's last issue will…

Warner Bros. Drops Trailer for R-Rated 'Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge' Animated Movie

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Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has the antidote to the animated Mortal Kombat specials of the 90s that were so kid-friendly, they could have aired directly before and episode of Care Bears. The studio just dropped a trailer for Mortal Kombat Legends:…

Epix Reveals Season 1 Trailer for 'War of the Worlds'

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Epix has revealed the Season 1 trailer for War of the Worlds which is written by Howard Overman, and directed by Gilles Coulier and Richard Clark. The initial season consists of eight episodes and first aired in France on October 28, 2019. The series…

Amazon Nabs Rights to 'Fear Agent'

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The Hollywood Reporter has news that Amazon has won a bidding war against HBO Max, TNT and Peacock for the rights to Fear Agent. David F. Sandberg, Matt Tolmach and Seth Rogen will come together to adapt the series. The series synopsis is as follows:…

Seth Rogen to Adapt 'Memetic' for Lionsgate

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Deadline is reporting that Lionsgate has picked up a spec script of Memetic from Seth Rogen’s production company Point Grey. Mattson Tomlin who co-wrote the upcoming Batman movie will be handling the script. Released in 2014 by Boom! Studios, Memetic…

'Who Goes There?' Novel to Get New Film Adaptation from Universal and Blumhouse

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This just in, Universal Studio and Blumhouse Productions will be creating a new screen adaptation of John W. Campbell, Jr.'s Who Goes There? following three previous renditions, the most famous being John Carpenter's The Thing from 1982. It was discovered…