Warner Bros. has released the final trailer for IT Chapter 2, taking place 27 years after the events of the first film and seeing Pennywise return to haunt the Losers Club. Andy Muschietti returns to direct and in addition to the original
Dreadout isn’t without its charms, but the grating, surface-level characters and uninteresting narrative make it a horror title that has some fun set pieces but offers little in the way of lasting power or memorability.
The official trailer has been released for Rob Zombie‘s upcoming sequel 3 From Hell, which takes place after the violent events of The Devil’s Rejects, released back in 2005. The film stars Sheri Moon Zombie, Sid Haig, and Bill Moseley and features Emilio
Adam and Kevin go up against some hungry gators this week with a review of Crawl and talk about some other stuff including Hale County This Morning, This Evening, The Art of Self-Defense, Titixe, Sadako, Critters Attack!, and The Chill Factor.
One horror film I’m very much anticipating this year is Tilman Singer‘s LUZ, a throwback to classic Italian horror that’s shot on 16mm. A new poster for the film dropped today, which made me all the more excited for its release on
Screen Media has released a new trailer for the upcoming horror film LUZ, directed by Tilman Singer. The film stars Luana Velis as a cab driver who enters a police station after a demon attaches itself to her. I’m super stoked for
I feel like Orion is releasing way too many of these clips for the upcoming Child’s Play reboot, but for those still on the fence about seeing this one here’s another clip. If you want to check out the others click
Fox Searchlight has released the red band trailer for the upcoming thriller Ready or Not, which sees a bride having to deal with a deadly game perpetrated by her new husband’s family. Directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett (Devil’s Due) the
IFC has released the trailer for the upcoming horror-thriller Trespassers, which involves two couples renting a desert house in order to reconnect only to to be terrorized by a psychopath. The film is directed by Orson Oblowitz (The Queen of Hollywood Blvd)
The unique and masterfully executed animation is worth the price of admission alone, but the thoughtful homage to classic monster movies and the frequent comedic injections make this a fun, albeit rough around the edges, spook show.