FIRST LOOK AT CHRISTIAN BALE AS “THE MONSTER” IN MAGGIE GYLLENHAAL’S “THE BRIDE”
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“She’s alive…. ALIVE!” Yes, according to director Maggie Gyllenhaal’s Instagram, both Frankenstein’s Monster and his bride are very much alive. The actress and filmmaker shared a first look at costume and make-up tests, revealing Christian Bale’s role in her upcoming Monsterverse film The Bride. Previously, the former Batman actor had been cast in an “undisclosed” capacity, but the test footage reveals Bale is taking on the iconic role of Frankenstein’s monster. Similarly, a second image reveals Jessie Buckley as the titular character. Buckley, re-teaming with Gyllenhaal following 2021’s The L ..read more
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JAEDEN MARTELL & MAXWELL JENKINS TALK APOCALYPTIC MONSTER MOVIE ‘ARCADIAN’
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RLJE Films is geared up to release Benjamin Brewer’s dystopian creature feature Arcadian exclusively in cinemas this Friday, April 12. Helmed by Brewer, from a screenplay writer by Michael Nilon, the film centres on Paul (Cage), and his twin teenage sons, Thomas and Joshua (Maxwell Jenkins and Jaeden Martell, respectively). Together the family holes up in their remote farmhouse, barricading themselves against the sinister forces that emerge after dark ever since a mysterious apocalyptic event. When Thomas goes missing after dark one day, Paul must venture beyond the safety of their fortified f ..read more
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COURTENEY COX “IN TALKS” TO STAR IN “SCREAM 7” ALONGSIDE NEVE CAMPBELL
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2d ago
“Hello, Gale… Strange that you and I have never spoken on the phone…” According to official sources, actress Courteney Cox is “in talks” to reprise her role of Gale Weathers in the upcoming slasher flick Scream 7. This will mark Cox’s seventh turn in the franchise, making her the only “legacy” cast member to appear in every Scream film. This latest development marks another positive turn for the previously turbulent Scream 7. Previously, the project had been burdened with the firing of one star and the departure of another. Shortly afterward, appointed director Christopher Landon also left the ..read more
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SEQUEL TO 2022’S “HELLRAISER” REBOOT ALLEGEDLY IN THE WORKS
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There are more sights to show us… apparently. Word reaches us from a very reliable source that Hulu are developing a new Hellraiser film. The project will be a sequel to David Bruckner’s 2022 film Hellraiser, which took on the daunting task of rebooting the tired property. After 10 films, the 2022 offering, from a script by Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski, opted to begin anew. Given the series’ patchy reception with audiences, the decision was taken to make Hellraiser a streaming original movie. Receiving significant media attention for its portrayal of a female Pinhead character, Hellraiser b ..read more
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“WINNIE-THE-POOH: BLOOD & HONEY 3” CONFIRMED
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3d ago
We’re not saying we predicted this… but… According to director Rhys Frake-Waterfield, a third chapter is a-go in the horrific spin on children’s classic Winnie-The-Pooh. This news comes as Winnie-The-Pooh: Blood and Honey 2 has blazed a trail of critical and audience praise during its 3-day theatrical run. As we reported, the sequel was hailed as a marked improvement over its panned original. With the latter making $5.3 million on a $100,000 budget, the sequel was afforded much more money, living up to the originally grand vision for the project. As per Frake-Waterfield, the third chapter will ..read more
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IRISH FOLK HORROR TAKES CENTRE STAGE IN “ALL YOU NEED IS DEATH” TRAILER
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4d ago
“The song isn’t even in Irish… It’s in… whatever came before Irish.” There’s something inherently unsettling about folk songs, isn’t there? Although most have a catchy melody that we often find ourselves humming… Have you ever stopped to consider the lyrics? Most are quite grim and dire, prime examples being The Butcher Boy and O Death. Now, Irish filmmaker Paul Duane takes us inside the sinister connotations one such song has in the atmospheric trailer for All You Need Is Death. The film is described as follows: “All You Need is Death tells the story of a young couple who are part of a myster ..read more
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OZ PERKINS’ STEPHEN KING ADAPTION “THE MONKEY” WRAPS FILMING AND REVEALS CAST
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Oz Perkins is currently making a killer rise in the horror genre, and it’s all set to continue in a big way. Initially making his feature debut with 2020’s Gretal & Hansel, Perkins was lauded for his unique visual style, perfectly suited to the genre. Whilst he continues post-production on the eagerly anticipated NEON flick Longlegs, we’ve received word that what just might be his biggest project yet has wrapped filming. As we reported some months back, Perkins was chosen to adapt The Monkey. From a short story by Stephen King, the tale details two brothers finding their father’s favourite ..read more
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BLUMHOUSE SENDS “IMAGINARY” HOME EARLY AMID TOUGH BOX-OFFICE COMPETITION
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5d ago
Admittedly, it hasn’t been the best start to 2024 for Blumhouse. After taking a huge loss with The Exorcist: Believer and cancelling their planned trilogy, Blumhouse’s first release of 2024 also didn’t go to plan. Night Swim received highly negative reviews from audiences and critics alike, and disappointed at the box-office with $54 million on a $20 million budget. Jeff Wadlow’s Imaginary was hoped to give the studio their first hit of the year… However, that also hasn’t gone to plan. Despite a sizeable promotional push from Lionsgate, Imaginary was met with critical scorn, and opened in four ..read more
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SCOTT DERRICKSON SET TO REMAKE 1950’S CLASSIC “THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER”
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5d ago
If you like film noir thrills with an edge of psychological horror, you can’t do much better than 1955’s Night of the Hunter. Based on Davis Grubb’s 1953 novel of the same name, the Charles Laughton-directed classic stars Robert Mitchum and Shelley Winters. Mitchum plays a serial killer, masquerading as a morally upright preacher, planning to obtain the money Winters’ late husband had stolen. However, the widow’s two children become wise to the plan, resulting in a campaign of intimidation, terror, and nail-biting cat and mouse games. Although a failure upon its initial release, Night of the H ..read more
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“WINNIE THE POOH: BLOOD AND HONEY 2” HAILED AS SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENT OVER ORIGINAL
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6d ago
According to horror lore, a sequel can never surpass the greatness of its original counterpart. However, experience has taught us that’s not always true… Especially if the original wasn’t so good to begin with. 2023’s Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey was hailed as “one as the worst films ever made.” The Rhys Frake-Waterfield helmed production was maligned for its lack of production values and slated for turning a beloved children’s character into a blood-thirsty slasher. Blood and Honey took home five gongs at that year’s Golden Raspberry Awards, including “Worst Picture.” Subsequently, the fi ..read more
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