IT: Chapter Two Scene Has “the Most Blood Ever Used in a Horror Film”

Some well-timed photo and footage releases already have horror fans losing their minds with excitement over the second (and final) chapter of Andy Muschietti’s IT. This new little tidbit of information might collectively send our impatience over the damn edge. In a spot on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, guest Jessica Chastain revealed that IT: Chapter Two has upped the carnage with... Continue Reading →

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Shudder Announces New Podcasts with Adrienne Barbeau, Eli Roth & Elijah Wood

Shudder – the genre-lover’s streaming service – has already started to branch into documentary production with Horror Noire. But – not content with conquering just a visual medium – Shudder will take over the audio realm as well with three new podcasts. Listeners can subscribe to Eli Roth’s History of Horror: Uncut, an expansion of the television series AMC Visionaries: Eli... Continue Reading →

WiHM: 5 Classic Horror Movies Co-Written by Women

We love seeing female screenwriters working in horror. Films like Cam and Ginger Snaps were beautifully woven by women who brought their experiences and insight into their work, and there are several incredible female directors who play double-duty as screenwriter. But we rarely see recognition for the female co-writers who worked behind the scenes to flesh out the scripts of classic horror... Continue Reading →

‘What We Do in the Shadows’ Series Trailer Introduces a New Cast of Killers

Back in 2014, What We Do in the Shadows granted audiences a hilarious look into the (after)life of vampires sharing a flat in New Zealand. The horror-comedy’s wild popularity spawned a spinoff series titled Wellington Paranormal as well as an upcoming American spinoff series for FX. FX has so graciously released a trailer for their series that introduces a whole new cast of characters as they... Continue Reading →

‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’ Mini Trailers Bring the Terrifying Tales to Life

Directed by André Øvredal and shot in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is adapted from the horrific trilogy of books by Alvin Schwartz. Based primarily on urban legends and other popular folklore, the Scary Stories books were full of terrifying illustrations by Stephen Gammell. This new film will breathe life into the series that tormented impressionable young minds that stumbled... Continue Reading →

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