Appropriately, and without warning, Jason Blum dropped the first trailer for the conclusion of David Gordon Green’s Halloween trilogy in the dead of night tonight on Twitter.
This week, I’ve got a bangin’ new joint from John Carpenter from the score of Halloween Kills, news on the exciting new films in the second series of Amazon’s Welcome to the Blumhouse, a new trailer for Iranian horror Zalava, and more!
Blumhouse has unleashed the first trailer for The Craft: Legacy, its sequel to the 1996 teen witch horror, The Craft.
Get all the details on Beyond Fest 2020, plus lots more in The Week in Horror.
Even with strong performances and an interesting concept, You Should Have Left misses the mark.
The Hunt is a comedic, violent satire that takes on both sides of the political aisles. It’s my favourite film of 2020 so far.
The Week In Horror with Tim Murr has news about Dawn of The Dead 4K and fan cast’s Karyn Kusama’s upcoming Dracula film.
It’s a big weekend for video game fans, as the live-action Sonic The Hedgehog film arrives on screens. Will anybody check it out?
Universal and Blumhouse are finally releasing The Hunt this coming Friday, March 13th.
Tim Murr takes on the ridiculous misogyny surrounding Black Christmas, plus new on Locke & Ket, Dracula + more.
We’ve finally got a trailer for the Blumhouse-produced The Invisible Man!
Sure, you can watch the latest trailer for Blumhouse’s remake of ‘Black Christmas,’ but Tim Murr offers a warning: you may learn more than you want to know.