Fans of MTV’s Scream adaptation got some good news this past weekend in the form of an early Season 2 premiere, and now first footage should make the wait even less arduous. A killer was caught, but everyone’s under suspicion in the first Scream Season 2 trailer.
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AMC’s Preacher has already screened for a lucky few, but viewers of tonight’s Fear The Walking Dead Season 2 premiere got an earful all their own in the first official clip. Meet Ruth Negga’s Tulip, as Preacher comes to life in a new sneak peek from the May premiere!
‘Fear The Walking Dead’ takes to the sea for a “Monster” of a Season 2 premiere, but are walkers even a danger on the water? Is Season 2 a refreshing change from the main series’ frustrating finale? Find out in our full review of tonight’s premiere Season 2 hour!
You wouldn’t know it from the first trailer, but apparently The Bye Bye Man stars Carrie-Anne Moss and Faye Dunaway — two incredibly great actors who would make this horror flick an instant draw for a lot of fans. Unfortunately, The Bye Bye Man looks like a late ’90s / early ’00s horror film, complete with an opening that mimics The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and a boogeyman who seems like he’d be right at home among the villains of the post-Blair Witch wave of studio horror.
One of our most anticipated films of the year is The Neon Demon, Nicolas Winding Refn’s long-awaited follow-up to Only God Forgives. From the handful of images we’ve seen, the avant garde horror flick definitely appears to be in keeping with Refn’s more recent aesthetic. While we anxiously await word of an official release date, two fantastic posters and a new image of Elle Fanning have debuted online, appropriately maintaining that high-fashion, neon-drenched, foreboding atmosphere.
No good horror thrill is without its jump-scares, and MTV’s Scream Season 2 will honor the tradition. Just when you thought the next stab would arrive on May 31, the Season 2 premiere leaps out ahead of schedule, with a brand-new teaser to boot.
The Walking Dead Season 6 may have come to a close (the controversy is another matter), but a Fear-ful Sunday return will also bring another look at AMC’s next horror smash. Smile, Preacher fans, Cassidy has a wide grin and a brand-new extended look at the series coming this Sunday.
Showtime put to rest the sixth season of Shameless this past Sunday, as it will the first run of Billions this coming weekend, and two of its other biggest hits have lined up with new trailers. Take a new look at the third run of ever-psychosexual Penny Dreadful, along with a new trailer and poster for Season 4 of Ray Donovan.
Having been steadily employed by AMC and adjacent to all things Walking Dead for several seasons now, Talking Dead host Chris Hardwick isn’t likely to turn on the zombie smash thriller, even after a controversial finale. That said, a recent Q&A saw the Nerdist moderator heatedly defending the cliffhanger conclusion to Season 6, insisting, “it’s not poor writing, it’s exceptional storytelling.”
After being dealt some bad luck in the studio system with the underwhelming action flick Aeon Flux and the undervalued horror comedy Jennifer’s Body, director Karyn Kusama emerges with her best film since she made her feature debut with 2000's Girlfight. The Invitation is an exceptionally unnerving thriller, a sharp study in the horrors of platonic indulgence and the over-extension of courtesy.