McKenna Grace Will Play ‘The Bad Seed’ in Rob Lowe’s Remake

Yes, Rob Lowe is directing and starring in a remake of the classic 1956 Oscar-nominated thriller The Bad Seed for Lifetime, and the evil little kid has just been found. Deadline reports that McKenna Grace (Amityville: The Awakening, I Tonya) has been cast to play Emma in the film, the titular Bad Seed. Patty McCormack, who nabbed herself an Oscar nomination playing the young girl in the original, will co-star as the psychiatrist who treats … [Read more...]

[Video] Clips from Other Movies Make for a Much Better ‘Venom’ Trailer

The first teaser trailer for the Tom Hardy-starring Venom, released earlier this month, certainly didn’t do much to increase or even maintain fan interest in the film. Not only did Venom not actually appear in the teaser, but it just plain wasn’t a very exciting first look at the movie; we can only hope this will be remedied with future trailers. For now, a fan cut together a pretty awesome one on his own. Using clips from several … [Read more...]

Returning Michael Myers Nick Castle Says New ‘Halloween’ is a Lot Like the Original

Nick Castle, who played Michael Myers in the original Halloween, has just wrapped filming on David Gordon Green’s 40-years-later sequel, wherein he’s once again playing Michael Myers; stunt performer James Jude Courtney has also been cast to play Myers, likely tasked with donning the mask to do the film’s actual stunt work. Chatting with Halloween Daily News shortly after filming just came a close, Castle spoke for the first … [Read more...]

Jordan Peele Reveals Another Alternate ‘Get Out’ Ending

Available on Get Out‘s home video release is an alternate ending that brings the film to a close on a much darker note. In the film’s actual ending, Chris survives his hellish ordeal, and his friend Rod gets him the hell out of there. In the alternate ending, however, Chris is arrested, resigning himself to the sad fate of never getting out of prison. Peele calls that ending a “very dark gut-punch.” And in a chat with THR, … [Read more...]

Even Kane Hodder is Hungry for ‘Friday the 13th’ to Return from the Grave

No, he probably won’t be involved. But he wants it anyway. Despite a couple iterations of a Friday the 13th reboot *almost* getting off the ground in recent years, the franchise has remained dead for an uncharacteristically long period of time. In fact, we are currently in the midst of the longest stretch of time between Friday the 13th movies in history: at the time of writing this, it’s now been over 9 years! What shape will Friday … [Read more...]

Life Continues to Find a Way as ‘Jurassic World 3’ is Already Dated for Release!

We still have to wait until June 22nd to see J.A. Bayona’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, which looks to be the scariest installment in the franchise to date. But it seems Universal has utmost confidence in its box office performance – and why wouldn’t they, with Jurassic World being a smash hit – as they’re already moving forward with another! Variety is reporting that Jurassic World 3, which surely won’t … [Read more...]

Arrow Video Bringing Wes Craven’s ‘Last House on the Left’ to Blu-ray!

Before becoming a household name thanks to A Nightmare on Elm Street, Wes Craven made the much smaller (and way more disturbing) The Last House on The Left back in 1972. The film was produced by Sean Cunningham, who went on to direct Friday the 13th, so it’s needless to say an important film to the entire history of horror. Screen Anarchy reports today that The Last House on the Left is headed to Arrow Video Blu-ray, with the special … [Read more...]

R.I.P. Original ‘IT’ Star Tom Heaton Passed Away This Year

It went unreported on the internet at the time, but we’ve learned this week that actor Tom Heaton, who played Mr. Keene in IT (’90), passed away last month. He was 77. In addition to appearing in the beloved 1990 mini-series, Tom Heaton was also in a handful of horror films throughout his decades-spanning career, including April Fools’ Day (1986), A Stranger Waits (1987), The Fly II (1989), Omen IV: The Awakening (1991), The … [Read more...]

Ezekiel Finds His Head on the Chopping Block in New “Walking Dead” Clip

Ezekiel may be target #1 for Negan and Lucille when “The Walking Dead” comes back to AMC for the second half of its eighth season, and yet he still continues to smile. Well, he’s not actually smiling anymore in this latest clip, per se, but he seems perfectly okay with lying in the bed that he made for himself. Ezekiel, who once lived under the rule of Negan, is no longer okay with that lifestyle, and if he has to die for the … [Read more...]

Help Make This Massive ‘Godzilla’ LEGO Set a Reality!

There are so many cool projects on LEGO Ideas at any given time, LEGO’s super cool portal that allows fans of the product to literally create their very own LEGO sets. Essentially, the platform encourages you to upload images and details of your creations, which will be forwarded to the desks of the folks in charge IF you can get 10,000 upvotes on your idea. From there, well, it’s possible that your creation *could* become reality. We … [Read more...]

Alex Garland Reveals Title and Details for Upcoming FX Sci-fi Series

Ex Machina director Alex Garland returns to the sci-fi space with second feature Annihilation this weekend, and he’s already in development on his next project. Garland, no doubt a sci-fi visionary, recently revealed that he’s developing an 8-part science fiction series for FX, which we now know will be titled “Devs.“ Speaking with Collider ahead of Annihilation‘s release, Garland tells us more. “[It’s titled] Devs, … [Read more...]

New “Ash vs. Evil Dead” Sneak Peek Video Promises Most Epic Season Yet

“It’s a superhero show without the hero. Without the super,” says Bruce Campbell. If Starz wants to do right by “Ash vs. Evil Dead,“ we’re not sure this coming Sunday, the night of the mid-season return of “The Walking Dead,” was the best night to premiere Season 3… but what a night it will be for horror fans. Yes, both “The Walking Dead” and “Ash vs. Evil Dead” are … [Read more...]

Miranda Otto Cast as Aunt Zelda in Netflix’s Dark “Sabrina” Series

Based on the Archie Comics graphic novel The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Netflix’s Untitled Sabrina Project is set to be an hour-long drama that will reimagine the story of Sabrina the Teenage Witch as a dark coming-of-age tale that traffics in horror, the occult and witchcraft. Twenty episodes have been ordered across two seasons. We’ve learned this week that Miranda Otto (Annabelle: Creation) is the latest to join the cast, … [Read more...]