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All indications point to the upcoming “spin-off” continuing the trend of having a rising director craft their own vision of Evil Dead in a standalone story.
Though it’s still early in development, the return of I Know What You Did Last Summer will be welcomed by its many fans.
Hopefully you’ll love these ten movies about the dark and twisted ways love can be represented in thriller and horror movies, all of which are streaming on Netflix throughout February 2024.
Do cheerleaders make horror movies better? Judge for yourself with these twelve horror movies featuring cheerleaders in major roles, all currently streaming on Tubi.
“You ever find yourself being completely smothered by somebody?”
If you haven’t heard of the “Gone Girl case”, you’re in for a wild ride
Godzilla Minus One/Minus Color promises a whole new experience for one of the best movies of 2023. Here’s why you should go see it one more time in theaters.
Universal’s untitled monster movie finally has a name: Abigail! Take a look at the trailer and learn more about this upcoming horror movie from the directors of Ready or Not and Scream 5 and 6!
Originally titled Bitter Pill, the film follows a young wife, Emily Taylor (Rooney Mara), who attempts to take her own life soon after her husband, Martin (Channing Tatum), is released from prison following a four-year sentence for insider trading.
The showrunners have meticulously planned a 5-season arc for the series.
Mickey’s Mouse Trap and an as yet unnamed horror movie based on Steamboat Willie are on their way. Thank you, public domain.
The new year is here. As you make plans for 2024, celebrate this new beginning with a deep dive into Tubi’s collection of New Year’s Eve horror movies.
Hopefully your new year’s resolutions don’t take you down the dark path of personal transformation seen in these horror movies streaming in January 2024 on Netflix.
“I had such a great time with Thanksgiving it’s hard to think of another one, but I do feel like there’s a great killer Easter bunny movie out there.”
Can a 26-year-old actress believably portray a woman with a disorder that allows her to pass as a 9-year-old child? ‘Orphan’ director William Brent Bell believes she can.
When Rob heard his girlfriend screaming, he was only seven blocks away.
Hopefully the next announcement will be the cast!