Are there people worth saving? The official trailer for A Quiet Place Part Two is officially here to help us bring in the new year. Continue reading “‘A Quiet Place 2’ official trailer is here”
In my top ten list of the year, I may have some people who are scratching their heads. After all, this is my list and it’s always fun to see people’s different tastes. Without further ado, here are my top horror films of the year. Continue reading “AJ Friar’s top 10 list”
2019 was a decent year in horror, and I choose that term specifically.
Here’s the thing with American made remakes of Japanese horror films, most of the time they suck. This time around we’re getting a reboot of The Grudge which stars the legendary Lin Shaye and John Cho. It finally looks like a good American adaptation of a Japanese horror film.
The Conjuring 3 starring Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga produces by horror master James Wan has unveiled its official title. The Conjuring: the Devil Made Me Do It.
Ghostbusters: Afterlife which stars Paul Rudd and Stranger Thing’s Finn Wolfhard, along with the remaining original cast members including Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd. Has released its first poster ahead of the trailer which is now coming out Monday you can check out the new poster below.
The newest franchise to get a reboot is Wrong Turn. Today we have a look at the poster for the new installment of the long going franchise. Mike P. Nelson (The Domestics) is now in charge of the director chair and to be honest The Domestics was a pleasant surprise.
With it originally set to come out in March and we have yet to see any kind of material if a teaser trailer for it, this should come as no surprise. Continue reading “‘Godzilla vs Kong’ release date has been pushed back”
MARY stars Academy Award winner Gary Oldman (Darkest Hour, The Dark Knight), Emily Mortimer (Mary Poppins Returns, Lars and the Real Girl), Manuel Garcia-Rulfo (Murder on the Orient Express, The Magnificent Seven), Stefanie Scott (Beautiful Boy, Insidious: Chapter 3), Chloe Perrin (“Single Parents,” The Diabolical), Douglas Urbanski (RoboCop, The Social Network), with Jennifer Esposito (“The Boys,” “NCIS”) and Owen Teague (It, It Chapter 2). The film was directed by Michael Goi (“American Horror Story,” “Scream Queens”) and was written by Anthony Jaswinski (The Shallows, “Kristy”).
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is getting a whole new makeover in a reboot from the filmmaker of Evil Dead(reboot) and Don’t Breathe Fede Alvarez. Now we know who will be penning the screenplay for the reboot, Chris Thomas Devlin.