Posts by Aedan Juvet

About Aedan Juvet

A self proclaimed pop-culture aficionado with a passion for all forms of storytelling. Aside from sharing my written opinions, I can be likely found watching everything horror, anime or Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

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Digimon: Last Evolution Kizuna Producer Talks Conclusions and Cameos

Digimon: Last Evolution Kizuna Producer Talks Conclusions and Cameos

Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna is the final chapter for the original DigiDestined, and after two decades, the franchise continues to impress (see our review here). Ahead of the official release of the film on Blu-ray, DVD, and VOD, we were able to speak to the longtime franchise producer Yosuke Kinoshita. He provided a little […]

The Internet Just Realized Gantz May Receive Live-Action Film

The Internet Just Realized Gantz May Receive Live-Action Film

The popular anime and manga property Gantz is one of the next possible titles to be adapted for a Hollywood live-action film, and there continue to be signs of hope. The Gantz franchise is one that has already established a consistent audience, running from 2000 to 2013 in manga format (a very rare occurrence) with […]

Lizzy Caplan Joins Samuel Bodins New Film Cobweb

Lizzy Caplan Joins Samuel Bodin's New Film Cobweb

Lizzy Caplan and Antony Starr have signed on to the upcoming Lionsgate horror movie Cobweb, set to start filming later this month. Horror lovers (like myself) are typically desperate for whatever content we can get. Whether it's a mini-series, film, shot, anime, or novel, horror is a genre that has some of the most dedicated […]

House of Wax Writers Pitch a Possible Prequel Film

House of Wax Writers Pitch a Possible Prequel Film

If you asked me what's one 15-year-old horror film that you wouldn't expect to return in any capacity, I would have guessed the underrated 2005 film House of Wax. I also would have been completely wrong — but that's just the energy we're getting from 2020, isn't it? The 2005 film (a remake of the […]

Olivia Wilde Talks Sonys Spider-Woman Film

Olivia Wilde Talks Sony's Spider-Woman Film

Filmmaker Olivia Wilde is ready to jump into the world of superheroes and crimefighting to helm a female-led Marvel title that fans are extremely excited to see. The actor turned director recently stopped by the Evan Ross Katz podcast. While we haven't received the type of outright confirmation from her, that would make everything clearer. […]

3 Reasons Were Hoping for a Second Hatchet Trilogy

3 Reasons We're Hoping for a Second Hatchet Trilogy

Horror franchises come and go, with many studios making films as a quick cash grab, or maybe because an existing property might be easier to get a green light — but the Hatchet franchise is clearly a passionate homage to the slasher genre.  From the Camp Crystal Lake legend Jason Voorhees to the babysitter stalker […]

Both New and Returning Cast Members for Scream 5 Confirmed

Both New and Returning Cast Members for Scream 5 Confirmed

Scream 5 is starting to feel even more real with every announcement, and now on the heels of Neve Campbell reprising her role, others have been announced! With the core trio of Campbell, Courtney Cox, and David Arquette making their return to the beloved slasher franchise, we've now learned of several additional cast members — […]

Neve Campbell Will Return As Sidney Prescott for Scream 5

Neve Campbell Will Return As Sidney Prescott for Scream 5

The leading lady behind the ultimate slasher franchise is coming back to the big screen, with Neve Campbell confirmed to reprise her role in the upcoming Scream 5! After coyly expressing an interest in returning to the Scream franchise, but now we've learned that Campbell has officially signed on and will come back to face […]

Friday the 13th Will Return to Theaters This October

Friday the 13th Will Return to Theaters This October

The original Friday the 13th is coming back to theaters for a special theatrical re-release, and it's the genre gift that we've been waiting for.  Just in time for the spook-filled Halloween season, Paramount and Fathom Events have partnered together to celebrate the monumental 40th anniversary of Pamela Voorhees, Jason Voorhees, and the iconic Camp […]

The 2003 South Korean Film Memories of Murder Comes to US Theaters

The 2003 South Korean Film Memories of Murder Comes to US Theaters

In a moment worth celebrating for international films, Bong Joon-Ho's 2003 film Memories of Murder will receive a theatrical re-release ext month! Starting in October, Neon (the company who distributed the award-winning film Parasite) will re-release the thriller for two nights, which is clearly aided by the fact that Parasite was the filmmakers most successful […]

2067 Trailer Reveals a Post-Apocalyptic Adventure

2067 Trailer Reveals a Post-Apocalyptic Adventure

The first trailer just dropped for the futuristic sci-fi thriller 2067, with the results of global warming taking center stage where it belongs.  The film stars Kodi Smit-McPhee (X-Men: Apocalypse and X-Men: Dark Phoenix) in addition to Ryan Kwanten (True Blood) with the film being set in 2067 (obviously stated as the film's title). In […]

Blackpink to Debut First Official Documentary on Netflix

Blackpink to Debut First Official Documentary on Netflix

Blackpink is a dominant force around the world, and now they're making their way to Netflix for a documentary surrounding the undeniable talent of the complete K-pop powerhouses. Blackpink's fame has skyrocketed over the past few years since their 2016 debut, raking in billions of views on Youtube, countless streams worldwide, endorsements with some of […]

Killer Therapy Enlists Halloween and Friday the 13th Talent

Killer Therapy Enlists Halloween and Friday the 13th Talent

A new upcoming horror project will bring veteran genre actors from iconic films like Halloween and Friday the 13th for a new indie-horror film titled Killer Therapy.  When it comes to horror properties, Halloween and Friday the 13th are two of the most respected and long-running titles, with many of the actors using it as […]

Borat Gets An Unexpected Sequel That Already Wrapped

Borat Gets An Unexpected Sequel That Already Wrapped

2020 already feels like it's been a strange year, to put things lightly, but it was just confirmed a Borat sequel is on the way, and things just got weirder. Just last month, there was talk of Sacha Baron Cohen filming an untitled project as his off-the-wall character Borat, and while many may have assumed […]

Netflix Brings Life to the Horror Novel No One Gets Out Alive

Netflix Brings Life to the Horror Novel No One Gets Out Alive

Netflix has certainly expanded their interest in horror genre endeavors over the last few years, and now they've set their sights on creating a film adaptation of the popular 2014 novel No One Gets Out Alive by Adam Nevill. This will be the second official collaboration between Andy Serkis and Jonathan Cavendish's Imaginarium Productions with […]

Brenton Thwaites Talks Ghosts of War and the Horror Genre

Brenton Thwaites Talks Ghosts of War and the Horror Genre

The psychological, wartime horror film hybrid titled Ghosts of War has just been released, starring Brenton Thwaites leading four other American soldiers who are sent to hold a French chateau from Nazi soldiers approaching the end of WWII. The film is helmed by The Butterfly Effect writer and director Eric Bress, making this his sophomore […]

Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna Delivers Maturity and Heart

"Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna" Delivers Maturity and Heart

Digimon has matured along with its viewers, and after more than two decades, the franchise has tackled its most adult subjects yet. When Digimon originally aired in 1999, it enthralled children with a digital world that followed young and unprepared protagonists. The series grounded itself with themes that discussed teamwork, partnership, and inner strength through […]

Everything that Makes My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising Worthwhile

Everything that Makes "My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising" Worthwhile

My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising will be arriving in US theaters this week, and ahead of its release we are breaking down some of the new film's best inclusions. As most of you already know, My Hero Academia is an ongoing anime that has established a massive audience for its action-packed focus with a major […]