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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 […]

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"Pooka Lives" Proves A Sequel Can Be Better Than The Original [REVIEW]

"Pooka Lives" debuts on Hulu today, the sequel to last years "Pooka." Both are part of the Hulu/Blumhouse Into The Dark anthology series, with a different horror film every month loosely based around that month's big holiday. Many of the film's have been good to great, including "The Body," "New Year, New You," and a […]

Fantasy Island

"Fantasy Island" Hits Digital April 14th, Blu-ray on May 12th

Fantasy Island, the Blumhouse reimagining of the classic television series, will hit digital platforms on April 14th, and Blu-ray/DVD on Mat 12th. Included with the disc are both the theatrical and unrated editions of the film, along with deleted scenes and a cast and filmmaker commentary for the unrated version of the film. I didn't […]

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 […]

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Drive-Ins Are Making a Comeback, 5 Double Features To Rewatch There Now

Drive-ins are making a comeback! Because of theater closures right now, and the increased social distancing going on, people are going back to the old drive-ins more and more. Think about it- everyone is in their own cars, more than six feet away, and many let you bring your own food! What's better than a […]

"No Time To Die": Daniel Craig Says They Struggled to Keep Trump out of the Movie

Daniel Craig Dreamed Aboout Being Spidey, Supes, NOT Bond

Daniel Craig is the best Bond. Fight me. Sorry, I don't personally feel the old Bond movies hold up, and I quite enjoy the modern take on the spy. I understand that that will upset almost everyone, and that is fine. What isn't fine is that if Daniel Craig had his way, he would have […]

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

'Invisible Man' Watch Party With Director Leigh Whannell Tonight

Invisible Man is now available to rent to watch at home on VOD channels. To help…celebrate I guess director Leigh Whannell will be hosting a live viewing party on Twitter tonight. This is all possible because of the theater shutdowns across the globe because of the Coronavirus pandemic. Because of the shutdowns, studios are releasing […]



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

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

Blumhouse trailers are usually very good. They creep you out, start trends (like the "slowed down pop hit" thats in every trailer now) and curiously usually give away quite a bit from the film. Blumhouse head honcho Jason Blum says in a new interview that is on purpose, and that he wishes they gave away […]

New International Poster for "Bloodshot"

Weekend Box Office: 'Onward' Wins Worst Box Office in 22 Years

Onward held on to the number one spot at the weekend box office, but it is nothing to celebrate for Disney. This weekend saw the worst box office grosses in 22 years, with the top 10 making $55 million total. In that weekend in 1998 22 years ago, John Carpenter's Vampires was number one, for […]

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

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

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 bleak, but […]

"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 […]

Halloween Horror Nights Film Coming From Blumhouse?

Halloween Horror Nights Film Coming From Blumhouse?

Halloween Horror Nights is an annual haunted house takeover of Universal Studios in California and Florida. The theme parks host mazes and haunted houses based on iconic horror IP like Ghostbusters and Halloween, and original concepts as well. People travel from all over the world to visit these events, and they are some of the […]

"Onward" Review: A Love Letter to All Things Fantasy, D&D, and Family

Weekend Box Office: 'Onward' Opens Soft Stateside and Worldwide

Onward took the box office crown this weekend, but what was somewhat surprising was how soft the opening is. It scored $40 million here is the US, and added $28 million overseas, both towards the lower end of expectations for Pixar. As theater chains across the world see the Coronavirus affect attendance, the US and […]

James Wan Produced Monster Film a go at Universal

James Wan is producing a new, untitled monster flick over at Universal. The film is inspired by the studios long history with monster films, being the home of Dracula, Frankenstein, Creature, Wolfman, Bride, and more. No time like the present, as their reimagining of The Invisible Man is a hit and they want to strike […]

Leigh Whannell at the world premiere of his movie Insidious Chapter 3 at the TCL Chinese Theatre, Hollywood.

Blumhouse Inks 'Invisible Man' Director Leigh Whannell to Overall Deal

Invisible Man is in theaters now, to wide acclaim, and Blumhouse is taking no chances. Director Leigh Whannell has inked an overall deal with the studio. Lasting for two years, Blumhouse will have first look at any film or television projects he may come up with, and I am guessing that will include more fresh […]

"Halloween Kills" Actor Says It's the Nastiest Film Yet

'Halloween Kills': James Jude Courtney Says Sequel Will Be More Intense

Halloween Kills, the sequel to the blockbuster 2018 Halloween film, should be debuting its first trailer in the next couple months. So far, we really only have seen a couple quick glimpses of what director David Gordon Green will have in store for Michael Myers and Laurie Strode after the events of the last film. […]

Five Movies That Are Not On Your Radar But Should Be In 2020

'Invisible Man': New IMAX Poster For the Blumhouse Thriller Debuts

A new IMAX exclusive poster for the Blumhouse take on The Invisible Man debuted online today. The minimalist poster features an empty silhouette standing in the doorway, yet his shadow is cast into the light. The film's awesome tag line "What You Can't See Can Hurt You" is front and center in a deep red. […]

'Fantasy Island' Poster Hides the Evil Lurking Below

'Fantasy Island': Watch the New Trailer for the Blumhouse Reboot NOw

Fantasy Island is coming out on Valentine's Day, and Sony Pictures dropped a final trailer on our laps this afternoon. The horror reimagining of the classic television series from Blumhouse looks excellent, I have to say it is high on my list of anticipated horror films for 2020. This new trailer reveals a bit more […]