Mega producer of micro horror Jason Blum franchises out again with a sequel to last year's Scott Derrickson-directed spookshow.
Found-footage movies tend to be cast with unknown,
unrecognizable actors for that realistic feel, but the lead in the new THE
FRANKENSTEIN THEORY will be a familiar face for many horror fans. Kris Lemche,
whose credits include GINGER SNAPS and FINAL DESTINATION 3, toplines this
Mary-Shelley-meets-BLAIR-WITCH project, and discusses it in this exclusive
The most effective AMITYVILLE movie in years is a one-on-one interview.
The Soska sisters have created a new antiheroine for the
2010s, and she’s coming to theaters later this year. Read on for the date and a
first look at the poster.
THE LAST EXORCISM PART II is the second contradictorily
titled sequel to come out in as many months, after THE HAUNTING IN CONNECTICUT
II: GHOSTS OF GEORGIA. I’m not the first to ask whether this means the original
now has to be called THE SECOND-TO-LAST EXORCISM, and I probably won’t be the
last to say the first should have remained the only.
One could argue that the goal for any horror or thriller
filmmaker is to keep the audience, at the very least, figuring out the story’s
twists and turns alongside the protagonist. As wonderful as it is for genre
films to stay one step ahead of the audience, ensuring that any surprises along
the way are surprising at all, the mechanisms by which suspenseful films
run—tension between characters, atmosphere and gradual revelation of story—can
still work well when viewers encounter the dread and shock at the same pace as
the hero they have invested in.
This spring, Cinema Makeup School is partnering with three-time Oscar®-winning makeup artist Ve Neill and FANGORIA magazine to award its third annual Legends of Makeup Scholarship.
Produced by the Duplass Brothers and starring comedy hero Ken Marino, MILO gets a great poster promising toilets, monsters and a parrot on the shoulder of Peter Stormare.
A new horror film is currently shooting at a real haunted
location—but this isn’t a found-footage investigative flick. It’s a
supernatural thriller called SQUATTER that marks the feature directorial debut
of Jerusha Pettit (pictured left), featuring her sister Tracy in the lead role.
The filmmaker sent along comments on the movie and some exclusive photos.
The actor who was once a boy wizard is now in final talks to
take part in the new film adaptation of the classic tale of mad science—but not
as the doctor.
The early days of Will Graham and Hannibal Lecter seem half procedural, half therapy session; all enrapturing.
Launched last June, Telefilm Canada has announced the finalists in their first Micro Budget Production Program and some of the genre's most buzzed up-and-comers are among the recipients.
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