‘Goosebumps’ Trailer: R.L. Stine’s Books Unleash Monster Mayhem

by Britt Hayes 8 hours ago
We’ve been hearing some great things about the Goosebumps movie, and the latest trailer really supports that spooky-kooky-fun vibe, packed with monsters and laughs in equal measure. Not only does Goosebumps bring the creatures of R.L. Stine’s classic horror novels to life, but it also puts Stine himself in the center of it all in a metatextual monster mash.

Exclusive ‘Cooties’ Poster Shows Off the Ideal Diet For a Growing Zombie

by Jacob Hall 14 hours ago
The “killer kid” is one of horror cinema’s most provocative concepts because the mere concept gleefully pushes as many buttons as it possibly can. No matter what happens, a symbol of youthful innocence is going to be impossibly corrupted, especially if the adults decide to fight back against their pint-sized aggressors. The upcoming horror comedy Cooties isn’t shy about the fact that it’s about zombie children murdering their way across an elementary school and a new piece of art from the film doubles down on this glorious bad taste.

‘The Walking Dead’ to Intro ‘Fear’ Season 2 Character in Airplane Stand-Alone Special

by Kevin Fitzpatrick 15 hours ago
As Fear The Walking Dead explores a different angle of the zombie apocalypse well-removed from Rick Grimes and Alexandria, crossover rumors have repeatedly flown back and forth. That flight has just become literal, as Season 6 will host a series of Walking Dead shorts set on an airplane, introducing a new character for Fear The Walking Dead Season 2. Confused yet?

Netflix ‘Hemlock Grove’ Sets Final Season Premiere With First Teaser

by Kevin Fitzpatrick a day ago
It’s no secret that Netflix original horror show Hemlock Grove hasn’t quite captured the critical raves of its brethren, though the streaming service will at least finish the story with a 10-episode final run. So, when can we expect Hemlock Season 3 to drop a whole new mess of bloody weirdness? Watch the final season teaser to find out!

FX Might Have TWO ‘American Horror Story’ Seasons Next Year

by Kevin Fitzpatrick 2 days ago
Mileage may vary as to which American Horror Story season proved the strongest, though we’ve at least grown accustomed to their yearly Halloween presence. That is, until series creator Ryan Murphy crafts his scariest move of all, potentially placing two separate fall and spring seasons of American Horror Story in 2016.

‘Hannibal’ is On the Lam Once More in New Season 3 Finale Trailer

by Kevin Fitzpatrick 2 days ago
Hannibal may yet enjoy his last meal later on tonight with the airing of Season 3 finale “The Wrath of the Lamb” (or on Saturday for American viewers), and we may have a taste of the fourth season. Our beloved cannibal appears to be on the lam (heh) once more in a new trailer for the Season 3 finale.

New ‘American Horror Story: Hotel’ Photos, Connections and Masked Killer Revealed

by Kevin Fitzpatrick 3 days ago
American Horror Story: Hotel had nothing to show by its presence at Comic-Con 2015, but with filming in full swing, Season 5 is dripping an elevator’s worth of fresh blood. Not only do we have our first photos of the cast, but also fresh details on a “drillbit dildo” killer, connections to the first season, and much more.

Rumor: Marvel Planning New ‘Blade’ Film About the Vampire Hunter’s Daughter

by Britt Hayes 3 days ago
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We’ve been hearing rumors about a new Blade movie (or possibly a TV series) for some time now. Marvel Studios now holds the rights to the character, so it’s really up to them to figure out if — and how — they want to bring him back. Wesley Snipes himself recently revealed that he’s met with the studio, but things are “still up in the air.” Maybe they aren’t as up in the air as Snipes said.

Witness the ‘Jolly Splatterfest’ of ‘Ash Vs. Evil Dead’ in New Preview Trailers

by Kevin Fitzpatrick 4 days ago
Starz’s Halloween-tinged Ash Vs. Evil Dead gave us a refresher course on Sam Raimi’s horror mastery by the most recent trailer, but no harm ever came from investigating a little deeper, right Ash? Go behind the scenes of the “jolly splatterfest” that is Ash Vs. Evil Dead, chock full of new footage and all the boomstick you can handle.

Quentin Tarantino Reveals How He Would Have Fixed ‘It Follows’

by Mike Sampson 4 days ago
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It Follows was a major sleeper hit when it was released earlier this year. Originally meant for VOD, director David Robert Mitchell’s film performed so well in a limited release, it was expanded to over 1,200 theaters two weeks later. Audiences loved it and it has a 96% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Yesterday, in an interview with Vulture, Quentin Tarantino said that he liked the film, but was frustrated because it could have been great. How could it have been great? Allow Quentin to explain.