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Tag: Horror Films
Twentieth Century Fox’ latest addition to their lineup of films set in the X-Men universe is a horror film featuring a new cast of mutants called… The New Mutants.
Happy Death Day follows Tree (Jessica Rothe), a college student that’s forced to relive her death over and over again, groundhog-day style.
It’s been 27 years since Flatliners (1990) hit our screens, and now we are welcoming the sequel/remake of sorts to the not-so-well received original film, that had a mixed reception upon its initial release.
The Astor Theatre’s Halloween movie marathon event – the ’24 Hour Astor Spooktacular!’ features some beloved horror classics amongst many other cult hits.
Hint: When films have a “no Thursday previews/reviews” policy… Run.
Gerald’s Game is a little surprise package of a film that really packs a punch, and continues to throw jabs left and right until the wince inducing finale.
It’s been 3 years since Darren Aronofsky’s last film Noah (2014) – which was a disaster – but the famous filmmaker also known for Black Swan (2010) and Requiem for a Dream (2000) is once again making headlines with his new film, Mother!
The hit cult horror film Creep (2014) is getting a sequel, and the first trailer for it has just dropped, seeing Mark Duplass return in the lead role.
Thomas Jane stars in the movie adaptation of Stephen King’s short story 1922, due for release as a Netflix Original film in late October 2017.
IT has smashed records this weekend at the box office, as it became the #1 grossing horror film of all-time for an opening weekend in Australia.
When Gary marries the woman of his dreams, he is shocked to find out his new stepson may be the literal antichrist, in Little Evil.
2017 must be the year of Stephen King, with multiple film and TV adaptations of his work released, the latest – the psychological-horror Gerald’s Game.
The 4th film in the Insidious franchise, The Last Key, sees the film’s regular protagonist Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye) dig deeper into her haunted history.