Mondo Dropping New Francesco Francavilla Invisible Man Poster Tomorrow

Mondo Dropping New Francesco Francavilla Invisible Man Poster Tomorrow

Mondo will have a poster drop tomorrow, featuring Francesco Francavilla artwork for the Blumhouse remake of The Invisible Man. There will be two different versions of the poster, one with a blue tint that is the regular release limited to 225 pieces for $50, and a second red-tinted version limited to just 100 pieces for […]

Blumhouse "Gives the Plot of Their Movies Away" in Trailers on Purpose

Jason Blum Talks About How Blumhouse Will Resume Production

Jason Blum has laid out a plan for his company Blumhouse Productions to return to active filming. Everything in Hollywood has been shut down for months now, yet Blumhouse is gearing up to begin production on a new film on the Universal lot. The untitled film will reportedly cost $6.5 million and nothing is known […]

Blumhouse Taps Issa Lopez To Direct Horror Film Our Lady Of Tears

Blumhouse has hired director Issa Lopez to helm a feature titled Our Lady of Tears. The film is an adaptation of the Vox/Epic Magazine article The Haunting of Girlstown, which focused on a "mass hysteria epidemic with supernatural roots in an all-girls, Catholic boarding school. In 2007, Villa de las Niñas, located in the outskirts […]

Nailbiter #1 cover. Art by Mike Henderson

Image Comics Series Nailbiter Should Be The New Hot Film Series

Nailbiter began coming out from Image Comics in 2014. The series, by Josh Williamson and Mike Henderson, ran for 30 regular issues and one special. It focused on the town of Buckaroo, Oregon, the birthplace of sixteen of the world's most notorious serial killers. One such killer, and the latest to be named and captured, […]

The Forever Purge has been delayed by Universal.

Purge 5 Has Been Pulled From July Release Date, Delayed Indefinitely

Purge fans are not having a good week. Earlier this week, USA Network canceled the television series after two seasons. Ratings were very low, especially for season 2, and USA decided against producing any more. This afternoon word has come down that The Forever Purge, the fifth entry into the series, has been pulled from […]

Blumhouse's Fantasy Island Blu-ray cover. Credit Sony Pictures

Fantasy Island Is Now Available On Digital & Blu-ray, And Its Fun

Fantasy Island was released on Blu-ray and digital yesterday after opening in theaters this past February. A reimagining of the classic show, it was met with bad reviews and not so great box office. While Blumhouse only spent $7 million on the production and made $47 million worldwide, hopes were higher for sure.  Fantasy Island […]

Halloween Watch Party promo.

Halloween Twitter Watch Party Coming Friday With Jamie Lee Curtis

Halloween, the 2018 version, is getting a Twitter Watch Party this Friday. Universal Pictures will begin a series of Twitter Watch Parties for the next three Fridays, starting with Halloween this week, Apollo 13 on May 23rd, and ending with The Breakfast Club on May 30th. The 2018 Halloween Twitter Watch Along will feature running […]

Jessica Rothe in Happy Death Day 2 U. Credit Universal:Blumhouse

Happy Death Day 3? Jessica Rothe Hopes It Can Happen

Happy Death Day was a great horror film for one reason, and that is Jessica Rothe. The actress carried the film, and without her, it would not have been nearly as good as it was. The sequel Happy Death Day 2 U was pretty bad, but again, not because of Rothe. She is quite talented […]

April 12, 2016: Actor Sebastian Stan at the world premiere of "Captain America: Civil War" at the Dolby Theatre, Hollywood. Editorial credit: Featureflash Photo Agency /

Sebastian Stan Wants To Play Dracula For Karyn Kusama

Sebastian Stan is doing media rounds for his new film Endings, Beginnings. On top of discussing MCU goings-on, he also talks about how much he loves director Karyn Kusama and her film Destroyer, which he also had a role in. It is her next project that he is very interested in, however, as she has […]

The Hunt comes to Blu-ray in June.

Blumhouse Thriller The Hunt Hits Blu-ray on June 9th

The Hunt, one of the more controversial films released in the past year, will head to Blu-ray in June. The film is already available for home viewing on VOD services after Universal released it and other films early in light of the ongoing situation the world is in. The Hunt had only been in theaters […]

Happy Death Day is having a Twitter Watch Party Friday.

Happy Death Day Live Tweet With Cast Happening Friday

Happy Death Day is one of the better horror films to come out in the last few years. This has everything to do with the cast, especially Jessica Rothe, who is brilliant as a coed who is forced to relive the same day over and over again until she can solve her own murder at […]

"The Invisible Man" Review: A Tense and Suspenseful Thrill Ride

The Invisible Man Appears on Blu-ray on May 26th

The Invisible Man hits digital to own on May 12th, 4K Blu-ray, on May 26th. Blumhouse's successful reimagining of the classic Universal Monster was a box office hit before the Coronavirus pandemic forced theaters to shut down. In a surprising move, Universal released the film to rent on VOD streaming services less than a month […]

Universal Monsters Super7 Figures Are Here for Halloween  

Universal Monsters: Why Can't We Get These Monsters Back in Theaters?

Universal Monsters are some of the most iconic characters in cinema history. The films starring Frankenstein, Creature, Wolf Man, Dracula, and more have influenced not only every horror film to come after, but film in general in more ways than can be recounted here. Yet before this past February's The Invisible Man, it has been […]

Blumhouse "Gives the Plot of Their Movies Away" in Trailers on Purpose

Jason Blum: The Film Industry Will Be Different After All of This

Jason Blum, head of Blumhouse and one of the most successful studio heads in the business, is out there wondering how the movie business will look when we eventually get past the current situation unfolding. Christopher Nolan came out in The Washington Post this weekend and called for everyone to support movie theaters, and while […]

Universal’s Back into “The Hunt”, New Trailer, Poster

"The Hunt" Review: A Bloody Mess, Sure to Be Misunderstood

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Who is The Hunt for, exactly? Its muddled message and inconsistent tone make it somewhat hard to follow. But by the end, you're left asking "Exactly who (or what?) am I supposed to be rooting for here?" Despite all of that, there is some buried wisdom among the nihilistic ultraviolence that offers a […]

"Destroyer" Director Karyn Kusama to Direct a New "Dracula" Movie

"Destroyer" Director Karyn Kusama to Direct a New "Dracula" Movie

It seems that the monsters are making their way back to the big screen. After the success of The Invisible Man both critically and commercially Hollywood is doing exactly what we all knew they would do and is greenlighting a bunch of monster movies. We know that James Wan is working on something with Universal and […]

Universal’s Back into “The Hunt”, New Trailer, Poster

"The Hunt": Director Craig Zobel Talks How Marketing Caused Delayed Release

Universal and Blumhouse Productions came under fire for The Hunt when it was scheduled for release in September 2019. The main source of the backlash came in light a string of mass shootings that took place coincidentally when the film's trailer came out. Director Craig Zobel spoke to Playboy about what went wrong about the […]

“Firestarter": Universal, Blumhouse Taps Keith Thomas to Direct Reboot

"Firestarter": Universal, Blumhouse Taps Keith Thomas to Direct Reboot

Get ready for another remake of a Stephen King classic on the big screen. Universal Pictures, Blumhouse Productions, and Weed Road Production recruited Keith Thomas (The Vigil) to direct the Firestarter reboot. Production Details Scott Teems (Halloween Kills) will pen the latest adaptation of the King novel, according to Variety. Firestarter follows the story of […]

Halloween 2018

Mike Flanagan's "Halloween" Concept Featured a Female Loomis

It's always interesting when creatives who were in the running for a project speak out about what they intended to bring to a film. Lately there has been interest in different creative minds getting involved in Nightmare on Elm Street, or talk of other lashers like Scream and Friday the 13th, but director Mike Flanagan […]