The team behind Child’s Play give us a look at what’s involved in making the murderous, evil doll Chucky come to life.
Tag: Horror Films
After the success of Hereditary (2018), film fans have been anxiously awaiting director Ari Aster’s next movie and if the unnerving trailer for Midsommar is anything to go by, it’s going to be another gripping ride.
Find out how to kill a zombie in the new restricted trailer for the Jim Jarmusch-directed zombie comedy film The Dead Don’t Die.
Pennywise, the creepiest horror-movie clown is back to haunt your dreams in the first teaser trailer for It: Chapter Two.
If Hereditary (2018) gave you chills then be prepared to wet your pants with the upcoming must see horror flick The Lodge.
Producer Sam Raimi and director Alexandre Aja bring us the new disaster/monster mashup movie Crawl, and it seems to work!
As far as epic-scale filmmaking goes, there’s a lot of competition nowadays, though Godzilla 2 looks like it will soon be the one to beat.
Chucky, the most iconic evil doll in horror is back with some modern killing powers in 2019’s Child’s Play remake/reboot.
The manner in which The Curse of the Weeping Woman divulges into cheap horror tropes is a greater curse on the overall film than the problematic curse in its storyline.
The attention of cat lovers has been captured twice this month in films that draw-out the docile and wild nature of the beast.
An all-star cast features in the upcoming comedy-horror zombie movie The Dead Don’t Die from director Jim Jarmusch.
The third film in the Annabelle spinoff series of the Conjuring films seeks to further explore the mythology of the evil doll Annabelle.
Before the start of horror-genre film Us, a studio opening credit containing a hypnotic teacup animation that references Jordan Peele’s debut film Get Out (2017) is seen. This referral to previous work recognises Peele’s ability to deliver on iconography and is a testament to the driving power of Peele’s brand, which despite having only directed one film in his career has already garnered him accolades and recognition as an auteur horror director.
Octavia Spencer stars as a creepy (and seemingly violent) mother-figure in the upcoming Blumhouse horror/thriller, Ma.