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The action-horror manga Hellsing is headed to the big screen, Deadline has announced, with Amazon Studios developing an adaptation being penned by Derek Kolstad (John Wick)! The feature will bring Kouta Hirano‘s Japanese manga into the world of live-action. The manga was previously turned into anime series’ “Hellsing” and “Hellsing Ultimate.” “Ever since my brother
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Beginning this year, both the Alien and Predator franchises nestle into their new home at Marvel Comics, and first up from Marvel is a brand new Alien comic series starting this month! Written by Phillip Kennedy Johnson (EMPYRE: CAPTAIN AMERICA) with art by Salvador Larroca (DOCTOR DOOM), ALIEN #1 will be a “thrilling addition to the incredible legacy that began
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“The Walking Dead” will be ending with an expanded two-year eleventh season that will span 24 episodes, bringing the long-running AMC series to an end sometime in 2022. Season 11 kicks off this Summer, and Deadline is reporting tonight on some casting news for the new season. Michael James Shaw (“Constantine,” “Limitless”) has signed on.
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What better way to celebrate your birthday than at Willy’s Wonderland! This is a horror movie where you’ll see Nicolas Cage spend the night locked in for a dusk til dawn blood soaked showdown with some creepy animatronics possessed by sinister spirits! Appearing on episode 200 of Bloody Disgusting’s Boo Crew Podcast is Director Kevin
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“We’ve got to stand up to monsters.” After two movies, the monsters vs. robots franchise Pacific Rim is getting its own animated series over at Netflix, the battle between the Kaiju and the Jaegers continuing next week. It’s titled “Pacific Rim: The Black,” and the streaming service has released the final trailer today, which damn sure suggests that
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The novel The Pale Blue Eye, written by Louis Bayard, is coming to the big screen courtesy of director Scott Cooper (Crazy Heart, Antlers), Deadline reports this afternoon. Additionally, the site reports that Christian Bale has been set to star in the movie. What’s particularly interesting about this project for horror fans is that Edgar Allan
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Released in 1987, Adrian Lyne’s Fatal Attraction is the latest movie to get its own television series, with Paramount announcing today that a series is in the works for Paramount+. THR reports tonight, “Fatal Attraction is described as a deep-dive reimagining of the psychosexual thriller that starred Glenn Close and Michael Douglas.” “The new take will
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A prolific writer on the entertainment scene (and one of my personal favorite follows on Twitter), Richard Newby is a contributor for The Hollywood Reporter and his work is featured in the new issue of Fangoria Magazine (“Found Footage’s Second Surge”). His latest is a short story collection titled We Make Monsters Here, and the
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Swallow Me Whole. February has been a bit all over the place for us, hasn’t it? First, we celebrated Joe’s birthday with a viewing of Vincenzo Natali’s demented film Splice, then we got all lovey-dovey with the 40th anniversary of My Bloody Valentine. Now, we’re getting serious with Adam Robitel‘s 2014 found footage film The Taking of
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Formerly titled The Color Rose, The Sinners wears its cinematic influences on its sleeves. Drawing heavily from teen girl movies like The Craft and Cruel Intentions while emulating Twin Peaks’ peculiar small-town vibe, Courtney Paige’s directorial feature debut attempts to blend a teen slasher with a crime thriller. Despite a solid concept, the result is a stylish yet disjointed film full of dangling
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With the actual Toy Fair cancelled this year for obvious reasons, Mezco is holding their own “Toyz Fair” all weekend long, a virtual event loaded with upcoming figure reveals. Mezco will be showing off new toys today through Monday, February 22nd, and we’ll be updating this article with the company’s hottest horror reveals as they’re
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Evil Dead’s Ash, with his chainsaw hand. Phantasm’s ice cream-dealing, four barrel shotgun-toting Reggie. They Live’s ass-kicking, bubblegum-lacking Nada, with his special, alien-revealing sunglasses. Vampire-hunting Van Helsing, zombie-killing Alice, werewolf-slaying gunslinger Selene. Last weekend, a new contender looked to join the pantheon of iconic horror heroes and win the hearts of fellow genre nerds the
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Arrow Films shares the first trailer for Jill Gevargizian‘s indie horror festival darling The Stylist, starring Najarra Townsend (Contracted, Dementia Part II) as a hairstylist-turned-slasher, which will stream on ARROW in the U.S., Canada, and UK on March 1, 2021. In the feature take on Gevargizian’s short film, “Everyone dreams of being someone else… but for Claire (Townsend), that dream
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