A mother and her young son move to a remote countryside to start anew. The boy goes missing in the forest beyond their home. While searching for his son, the mother comes across a huge sinkhole. The boy comes back, but is now on some Pet Sematary vibe.
(SPOILERS, Gore) Tree Gelbman survived a time loop where she was stuck in the same day until she identified who killed her. Now the curse is back, except this time it’s affecting her friends as well. The sequel to the funny slasher flick Happy Death Day drops 2/14/19.
Evan and Marceline have had a great evening so far. The thing is, Evan hasn’t had any in a while so he’s nervous about how he will perform, should it go there. Turns out he was right to be scared… just for the wrong reasons. Henry Jinings’ short film is quite the ride.
(Gore) “Jason is an emotionless golem, with a solid chin, one-punch KO power, and seemingly no fears to manipulate…” Auralnauts adds a fight commentary to the 2003 flick Freddy vs. Jason, as the two horror giants battle it out between the real and dream worlds.
We Are Dorothy has a great gift for horror movie buffs. This limited-edition set consists of 31 business cards for some of the most popular horror and thriller movie characters, including Freddy Krueger, Hannibal Lecter, Norman Bates, and of course Patrick Bateman.
“Lorraine is a combination of Dr. Strange and Jean Grey, while Ed is… also there.” The Conjuring movies are legit scary, but there’s a lot to laugh about them as well. Screen Junkies points out the franchise’s love for children’s toys, expository dialogue and more.
“It’s every dad’s paradise, where a father of three children can finally get some peace and quiet…” John Krasinski’s intense horror was a great movie – if nothing else for it’s ability to make audiences be completely silent. Screen Junkies couldn’t resist roasting it anyhow.
“People say every inch of this town is stained with someone’s sin.” Hulu’s Castle Rock is a treat for Stephen King fans. It takes place in the fictional location of many of King’s works. It appears as if some of his characters have populated the town as well. Premieres 7/25/18.
(PG-13) Film editor Antonio Maria Da Silva of AMDSFILMS presents his latest masterpiece, a single film that combines scenes from classic horrors, thrillers, and other films envisioning all the creepy stories are flowing forth from the twisted mind of The Shining’s Jack Torrance.
Horror and monster movie buffs should watch out for Universal Pictures’ Universal Classic Monsters Blu-ray release. It consists of 30 films from 1931 to 1956, including the original Dracula, The Invisible Man and Phantom of the Opera. It also includes a collectible booklet.