The Week in Horror has news about a new 90’s-tinged horror anthology series, a kick-ass stop-motion horror that’s three decades in the making, a new take on The Exorcist from Halloween Kills’ David Gordon Green, and a whole lot more!
The kids are the focus of the new trailer for Ghostbusters: Afterlife, which dropped on the internet this morning!
This week’s horror news has all the hot scoops on Julia Ducournau’s Palme D’Or winning film Titane, queer horror from Carter Smith, an adaptation of Grady Hendrix’s new novel, and a sweet new creature feature with some insane practical effects!
This week’s edition of horror news covers a bunch of different kinds of horror as well, from a kaiju film (with puppets!) to giallo, to nearly everything in between.
The Week in Horror has lambs, locusts, and…lethal unicorns?
Discriminator is a compelling, interactive documentary about the rapid advancement and insidious implications of facial recognition software.
If you missed out on the first installment of Leigh Janiak’s reimagining of R.L. Stine’s classic Fear Street novels, you’ve still got a few days to fire up that Netflix app before the next film, set in 1978, drops this Friday and we have the first trailer!
The Week in Horror has news about Cocaine Bear, Monster fruit snacks, a CHUCKY TV series, and much more!
Aroo! We’ve got some werewolf news, a new project by Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson, a shocking trailer for Julia DuCourneau’s ‘Titane’, and much more in The Week in Horror!
We have the details about the first films announced for the Toronto International Film Festival, including Denis Villneuve’s DUNE!
We’ve got the first trailer for David Gordon Green’s Halloween Kills, and it is BRUTAL in the best way!
With COVID delays behind us, Candyman will be releasing in theatres this August, and we’ve got a brand new trailer and poster for you!