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Tagged: Horror

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Fallout’s Ella Purnell Cast in Horror-Comedy ‘The Scurry’

Ella Purnell, known for her role in “Fallout,” is set to star in the horror-comedy “The Scurry” alongside Rhys Ifans, Paapa Essiedu, and Antonia Thomas. The film revolves around a park attendant (played by Purnell) who must fend off aggressive killer squirrels. Purnell’s transition from the post-apocalyptic world of “Fallout” to this furry nightmare showcases her versatility as an actress. Directed by Craig

Summer 2025 Thriller: I Know What You Did Last Summer Revival

Sony Pictures is set to release a new sequel to the 1997 slasher film “I Know What You Did Last Summer” on July 18, 2025. Directed by Jennifer Kaytin Robinson, the film aims to bring back the chilling nostalgia of the original while injecting new energy. Discussions are underway with Jennifer Love Hewitt and Freddie Prinze Jr., the original cast members, to reprise their roles. However, the film will face competition at the box office from a reboot of

Five Nights at Freddy’s 2: Official 2025 Theater Release Date

“Five Nights at Freddy’s 2” is set to hit theaters on December 5, 2025, and fans of the horror genre and the popular video game series are eagerly anticipating its release. Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions have announced the official date as part of their updated 2025 theatrical calendar, which includes several adjustments and exciting additions to their lineup of thrillers and horrors. The sequel to “M3GAN”, a killer AI film, has been delayed to June 27

Handling the Undead: Emotive Zombie Movie Trailer Breakdown

The upcoming Norwegian film “Handling the Undead” is poised to redefine the zombie genre, offering a profoundly emotional narrative that explores themes of grief, hope, and human connection. Based on the novel by John Ajvide Lindqvist, known for “Let the Right One In,” the film adaptation promises a thoughtful and intimate look into reanimated life in Oslo. The story follows three families who are reunited with their deceased loved ones, plunging them into turmoil and challenging their understanding of life and the bonds

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Zach Cregger’s ‘Weapons’: New Horror Epic Set for 2026 Release

New Line Cinema and director Zach Cregger, known for his work on “Barbarian,” are set to release their chilling new horror movie, “Weapons,” on January 16, 2026. The film boasts a talented ensemble cast including Josh Brolin, Julia Garner, Benedict Wong, and more, with plot details being kept under wraps but likened to Paul Thomas Anderson’s “Magnolia.” With a promise of a multi-layered horror narrative and an extraordinary amalgamation of talent

NECA Releases Krampus Action Figures This Fall!

NECA is set to release action figures based on Michael Dougherty’s movie ‘Krampus’, featuring the iconic character Krampus and his minion Der Klown. These highly anticipated figures are expected to elevate holiday horror displays to a new level. The Krampus action figure comes with multiple accessories and interchangeable parts, including tongues and trinket accessories, while Der Klown includes different mouths and victim parts. These collectible figures are designed for horror enthusiasts and are priced at a premium. NECA has hinted

Fede Alvarez’s ‘Alien: Romulus’ Promises Giger’s Truest Xenomorph Yet

“Alien: Romulus,” directed by Fede Alvarez, is set to premiere in theaters on August 16, promising a terrifying addition to the “Alien” franchise. The film pays homage to H.R. Giger’s original work by closely honoring his Xenomorph design. “Entertainment Weekly” has released two gripping images that offer a sneak peek into the upcoming horror. The first image showcases the Xenomorph, with Alvarez assuring that its design remains faithful to Giger’s

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Explore Necrophosis Demo: Surreal Horror Awaits on Steam Now

Dragonis Games has released a demo for their highly anticipated horror game “Necrophosis” on Steam, giving players a taste of the game’s eerie and decaying universe. Inspired by the works of artist Zdzisław Beksiński, the game offers a non-linear narrative filled with Lovecraftian elements, challenging puzzles, and a surreal atmosphere. The demo allows players to explore a world billions of years after the universe’s end, where death itself may meet its demise. With its

Louis Leterrier to Direct Sci-Fi Horror Film ‘11817’

Director Louis Leterrier, known for his box office hits such as “Fast X” and “Clash of the Titans,” is set to direct and produce a new sci-fi horror film titled “11817.” The film, currently in the casting process, revolves around a family trapped indefinitely in their house by mysterious forces. Co-produced by Carrousel Studios, Rocket Science, Thank You Studios, Chernin Entertainment, and 3 Arts Entertainment, the film is being showcased at the Cannes Film Festival

Tatiana Maslany Cast in Osgood Perkins’ New Horror ‘Keeper’

Tatiana Maslany, best known for her roles in “She-Hulk” and “Orphan Black,” has been cast in director Osgood Perkins’ upcoming horror film, “Keeper.” The film centers around a couple’s anniversary weekend at a remote cabin, where Maslany’s character, Liz, encounters an evil force after her partner unexpectedly leaves. This announcement comes as Perkins’ previous film, “Longlegs,” remains shrouded in mystery. With its unsettling vibes and a

Kristen Stewart and Oscar Isaac to star in vampire thriller ‘Flesh of the Gods’ directed by Panos Cosmatos

Kristen Stewart and Oscar Isaac, two prominent figures in the film industry, are set to star in the highly anticipated vampire thriller “Flesh of the Gods.” Directed by Panos Cosmatos, known for his distinctive storytelling style, the film will offer a fresh take on the popular vampire genre. Set in 1980s Los Angeles, a city known for its glamour and allure, the story follows a married couple who succumb to the temptations of debauchery and violence.

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A24 Joins Forces for Masha Ko’s ‘The Looming’ Feature Adaptation

A24, in collaboration with Causeway Films and Square Peg, is set to develop a feature adaptation of Masha Ko’s award-winning short film “The Looming.” The psychological thriller explores the theme of a virtual assistant suggesting the presence of something more than just dementia. Masha Ko, known for her focus on marginalized stories, will write and direct the film, infusing it with her unique human installation artistry. The original short film, which gained acclaim at the Sundance Film Festival,

New Texas Chainsaw Massacre Table Coming to Pinball M

Zen Studios’ Pinball M is set to release a new table based on the film Texas Chainsaw Massacre, promising a chilling and brutal gaming experience. Players will take on the role of Leatherface, terrorizing and massacring survivors in order to reach the game’s coveted Wizard Mode. This upcoming addition to Pinball M’s lineup of horror-inspired tables, which already includes titles like Dead by Daylight and Duke Nukem, has been highly anticipated for its gruesome gameplay. The game is available

A24 Retools ‘Friday the 13th’ Series Without Bryan Fuller

The article discusses recent developments surrounding the “Crystal Lake” TV series, a spinoff of the “Friday the 13th” franchise. Bryan Fuller, initially the showrunner for the series, has announced his departure, leading to speculation about the fate of the project. However, A24 remains committed to the series and is actively searching for a new showrunner. Fuller took to Instagram to express his respect for A24’s decision and his hope that the reimagining of the series will resonate with

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Revamped Exorcist Franchise?: Mike Flanagan to Direct Sequel

Producer Jason Blum has hinted at a possible revamp for the Exorcist franchise, with renowned horror director Mike Flanagan reportedly in talks to take over after original director, David Gordon Green, left the project. The first film of a planned trilogy, The Exorcist: Believer, underperformed at the box office and starred Leslie Odom Jr. and Ellen Burstyn, and set up a possible return for Linda Blair’s character in future films. Flanagan, known for directing popular

The Evolution of Invasion: From Siegel to Kaufman’s Iconic Remake

The article explores the distinct adaptations of Jack Finney’s novel “Invasion of the Body Snatchers” in 1956 and 1978. It highlights how the 1978 version, directed by Philip Kaufman, benefits from advanced special effects, a contemporary setting, and greater psychological intensity. The remake enhances the chilling aspects of the alien invasion narrative by using San Francisco’s urban landscape, modernizing the horror elements, deepening the exploration of themes like individuality and dehumanization,