Amazon Studios has unveiled the official trailer for the upcoming horror thriller titled Master, starring Regina Hall as Gail Bishop, the first black master of a dormitory at a former elite university. The film had its world premiere earlier this year at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival. It is setRead More →

Blu-ray contest Through Tom stockman | December 29, 2021 RLJE Films, a business unit of AMC Networks, will be released THE DJINN on DVD and Blu-ray on January 4, 2022. Here is the trailer: RLJE Films, a business unit of AMC Networks, to release critically acclaimed horror film The DjinnRead More →

Homepage price Oscars: the French “horror” film “Titane”, submitted by France, failed to make a short … The Academy has spoken. The Foreign Films branch has announced its preselection and left out “Titanium” by Julia Ducournau, improbable winner of the Palme D this year or at the Cannes Film Festival.Read More →

Click to enlarge Courtesy of Neon MUSHROOM SOUND Human and inhuman threats lurk in the forest in Wheatley’s very bizarre ecological horror film. Horror tales often involve powerful forces working underground. Mycorrhizae, or symbiotic relationships between plant roots and fungi, do the trick. Since mycorrhizae are not sensitive and benign,Read More →

// = do_shortcode (‘[in-content-square]’)?> Annes Elwy, who plays Cadi in The Feast / Gwledd A Los Angeles Times reviewer hailed a “remarkable” performance in a Welsh-language horror film. Film critic Noel Murray, who reviewed Celebration, Where Gwledd in Welsh, for the Californian newspaper, had warm words for Annes Elwy, whoRead More →

Nayanthara has reunited with Mayan director Ashwin Saravanan for a new horror film called Connect. The film was announced on Nayanthara’s 37th birthday. Nayanthara has teamed up with director Ashwin Saravanan for Connect. Lady Superstar Nayanthara reunited with Maya and Game Over director Ashwin Saravanan for another horror film calledRead More →

Described as a supernatural horror, “Antlers” breathes fresh air into the genre by exploring a wonderfully original concept and asking the question, what is real and what is myth? Directed by Scott Cooper (“Hostiles”), the film follows Lucas Weaver (Jeremy T. Thomas, “Paradise Lost”), who finds himself among the Wendigo,Read More →

HATTIESBURG, Mississippi – Shot entirely on the Mississippi coast, school principal Sean Riley’s second film, “Royal Jelly,” used local talent to create a bee horror film. Now available on major streaming platforms including Amazon, iTunes and YouTube, the horror feature sees protagonist Aster, a high school outcast and bee enthusiastRead More →

“Ghost Girl” is an upcoming psychological horror film that Maura Lindsey, senior in digital cinema, is producing herself. The film is set as the Halloween season approaches. Currently, casting is underway for the live action film. A former convent opposite Cabra Hall is one of the locations being secured. LindseyRead More →

By LAUREL THRAILKILL, American from Hattiesburg HATTIESBURG, Mississippi (AP) – Shot entirely on the Mississippi coast, school principal Sean Riley’s second film, “Royal Jelly,” used local talent to create a bee horror film. Now available on major streaming platforms including Amazon, iTunes and YouTube, the horror feature sees protagonist Aster,Read More →

“Bonkers.” “Disturbs.” “Spectacular, shameless, crazy.” Few recent horror films have drawn such wacky raves as this year’s “Malignant”, the brazenly gory comeback of “Conjuring” director James Wan’s giallo. He earned instant cult status among horror fans with his daring twists, memorable moments, and memorable movie monster – a long-haired boogeymanRead More →

“Bonkers.” “Disturbs.” “Spectacularly, shameless, crazy.” Few recent horror films have drawn such wacky raves as this year’s “Malignant”, the brazenly gory comeback of “Conjuring” director James Wan’s giallo. He earned instant cult status among horror fans with his daring twists, memorable moments, and memorable movie monster – a long-haired boogeymanRead More →

ESTES PARK – The ‘launch’ of the Stanley Film Center project was accepted by the State Economic Development Commission at its meeting last week. The commission’s designation means the project can move forward under an $ 86 million tax increase funding program with the Colorado Office of Economic Development &Read More →

Candy (2021) Kirk sanderson October 26, 2021 The sequel to horror Candy will be released to the general public in November by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment with a never-before-seen alternate ending and over an hour of bonus content, including a panel discussion on the impact of dark horror. The filmRead More →

Keri Russell plays Julia Meadows.Courtesy of Fox Searchlight Pictures Plan your screen time with the weekly What to Watch newsletter. Register now today. Drink Realized by Scott Cooper Written by Scott Cooper, Henry Chaisson and Nick Antosca Featuring Keri Russell, Jesse Plemons and Jeremy T. Thomas Classification R; 99 minutesRead More →

This is a scene that stays with you long after watching the classic 1976 horror film “Carrie”: There is a graduation party in a gymnasium. There’s Sissy Spacek who is crowned prom queen. There is a lot of blood. Then there’s Spacek’s eponymous character, Carrie White, who unleashes her newlyRead More →

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa .– This fall, broadcasting students at Westminster College got hands-on filmmaking experience as they participated in the annual Pittsburgh 48-Hour Horror Film Project that challenges crews to research, shoot and mount a short film in one weekend. Students in Kandice HartnerThe single-camera video production course split intoRead More →

A short film produced at Ava premiered at the Upstate NY Horror Film Festival, which took place October 1-2 in Rochester. Adam Jackson, Adirondack High School Class of 2013, was delighted to hear that his film, “Overgrown”, was screened at the festival. “I was shocked, absolutely,” Jackson said. “And happy,Read More →

The 2021 Hot Springs International Horror Film Festival will be held at the Historic Central Theater Friday through Sunday, with events starting daily at 4 p.m. “We have people coming from all over; Texas, New York, California,” Bill Volland, festival director and founder, told The Sentinel-Record. “We have a fewRead More →

Acclaimed Polish director and President of the European Film Academy, Agnieszka Holland, has expressed growing fear in the world of independent cinema: that global streamers could kill theatrical cinema. Speaking via video link at a Cannes Film Market panel on Thursday, Holland called streaming platforms a “great unorganized black holeRead More →