Be careful where you step foot in the waters of Mexico, because two years after Mandy Moore and Claire Holt starred in “47 Meters Down”, the ravenous sharks are back in “47 Meters Down: Uncaged”.
Ever played a modified version of a classic game or sport? Beer Pong? Soccer-Baseball? How about a deadly version of “Hide and Seek”? Well, find your best hiding spot and don’t you dare make a sound before sunrise because “Ready or Not” made a special advanced screening at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival 1 month before its official release in North America and it was a blast.
In theaters and on demand August 9th
The Nightingale is Jennifer Kent’s brutal Gothic revenge film that is one of the most brutal films of the year.
Production has begun on the remake of Candyman. Continue reading “[Breaking] ‘Candyman’ remake production has started in Chicago”
Did you enjoy the Austrian masterpiece that was “Goodnight Mommy” from 2014? Its authors and directors are back with a brand new film entitled “The Lodge”. Directing in English for the first time, Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz did not disappoint when their motion picture made its Canadian premiere at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival. Continue reading “[Review] ‘The Lodge’ will pulverize every emotion in your body and stomp whatever remains into mush”
Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark is simply this generations Creepshow for younger enthusiasts of the horror genre. Continue reading “[Review] ‘Scary Stories To Tell in The Dark’ has everything we hoped to see”
A while back Jason Blum said he wanted to get his hands on as many franchises as he could. Continue reading “Is the director of Happy Death Day directing the reboot of Scream at Blumhouse?”
Momentum Pictures announced today that it has acquired North American rights to Blumhouse’s latest horror / thriller BLOODLINE from director Henry Jacobson (“Election Day: Lens Across America”). Continue reading “Momentum pictures acquires Blumhouse “Bloodline””
The province of Quebec, in Canada, is famous in the cinematic world for its dramatic finesse, winning an abundant amount of prizes throughout the years. However, it also has, at least a little, an aspect of its cinema dedicated to genre movies: horror, science-fiction, fantasy, etc. Why only “a little”, you ask? That is the question at hand in “L’inquiétante absence” (“The Disturbing Absence”), a Quebec-made documentary concerning the state of genre cinema in its own province which made its world premiere at Fantasia Festival. Continue reading “[Review] ‘The Disturbing Absence’ is a great documentary about the lack of genre cinema made in Quebec”