M Night Shyamalan’s been back in a great way with The Visit, Split, and Glass. Hopefully Old will continue the trend.
It was relatively stable weekend at the box office, as last week’s number one held on to the top spot, while new releases made virtually no impact whatsoever.
So is this weekend’s box office debut for Glass half empty or half full? It definitely could be looked at either way, but I’m going with half full.
At long last, the final installment in a trilogy nobody was expecting comes to its conclusion. The question is, will audiences be lining up for Glass?
The next installment in M. Night Shyamalan’s superhero universe is on the way, and the new trailer for ‘Glass’ is absolutely amazing.
With San Diego Comic Con and Fantasia Film Fest having both been in full swing this past weekend, there was a lot of horror geek news making the round. Hopefully you followed our coverage of both here on Biff Bam Pop. Lots of great reviews, trailers, and new release news!
At long last, the first official trailer for Glass is here. And it’s everything we’d want.
If you’re into horror, it would be safe to say that one horror franchise should have stayed dead and buried considering the results of this week’s box office. Here’s what went down:
A new instalment in a horror franchise enters the fray this weekend. Will it find an audience or fail like others before it? Here’s our prediction:
Horror ruled at the box office for a second weekend in a row, but it wasn’t a new release that made it happen. Here’s what went down:
It was a huge weekend for horror fans at the box office, as a profile new release exceeded industry expectations. Here’s what went down:
By carefully keeping the aliens in the shadows, M. Night Shyamalan’s Signs manages to tap into primal terrors that truly resonate.