Horror - Page 4

New ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Photos Don’t Have Very Much to Fear

by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 12, 2015 @ 7:29 PM
Excitement for The Walking Dead Season 6 not withstanding, we don’t have a particular picture of its spinoff “companion series” Fear The Walking Dead just yet. Now, AMC offers us several literal pictures, but little in the way of anything to fear. Now, eventually you do plan to have dead people on your Walking Dead show, right?

‘Hannibal’ Sends Will Graham a Twisted ‘Primavera’ Valentine

by Britt Hayes June 11, 2015 @ 11:05 PM
Tonight’s episode of Hannibal is, essentially, a short film, one that functions as a gorgeous, somber mood piece — or a tone poem, as would be more to Hannibal Lecter’s high brow liking. Will Graham has emerged from the gruesome events of the Season 2 finale, alive but not unscathed, with myriad existential and logical questions that have but only one answer: Hannibal.

Comic-Con 2015: Starz Brings ‘Ash Vs. Evil Dead’ and ‘Outlander’ to San Diego

by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 11, 2015 @ 9:40 PM
Starz’s Outlander made a big splash at Comic-Con last year, but will Claire or Jamie be groovy enough to handle what big Bruce brings to the table? We’ll find out at Comic-Con 2015, as Starz takes both Outlander and Ash Vs. Evil Dead to the big show in San Diego. Oh yes, kings will be hailed, on either side.

Do You Like Scary Movies? Here’s 15 Facts About ‘Scream’ You Might Not Know

by ScreenCrush Staff June 11, 2015 @ 3:32 PM
Drew Barrymore plays one of the most memorable roles in Scream, in the frightening opening sequence. But, did you know Barrymore was originally set to play the Neve Campbell role? A scheduling conflict forced her to back out, leaving only enough room for that classic prologue. That’s just one of the facts packed into the latest episode of You Think You Know Movies, which looks at the modern slasher classic, Scream!

‘Regression’ Trailer: Satanic Panic Hits Emma Watson and Ethan Hawke

by Britt Hayes June 10, 2015 @ 5:02 PM
Regression is the new film from The Others director Alejandro Amenabar, which means we can expect something haunting, atmospheric and beautifully shot — you get a definite sense of that in the new trailer for the film, which stars Emma Watson as a young woman who accuses her father of abuse…but that accusation may indicate something far more sinister.

‘The Walking Dead’ IMAX Screening Events in Discussion With AMC

by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 9, 2015 @ 3:09 PM
The massive success of Game of Thrones’ all-too-brief IMAX run naturally left the company ravenous for another TV event, and who better to follow than The Walking Dead? Yes, the Ricktatorship might hack and slash the undead of an IMAX screen near you, if the company (and fans!) have their way.

MTV ‘Scream’ Stabs Out Another Trailer, Gives Backstory to New Mask

by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 8, 2015 @ 1:52 PM
MTV’s forthcoming Scream TV series has taken a curious choice to reboot the iconic franchise, new mask and all, but it seems copyright issues have created a new backstory for one of the horror classic’s most enduring images. Get the story on the new Scream mask, and watch drunk teenagers murdered in a brand-new trailer!

‘Constantine’ Showrunner Declares Series Officially Dead, Officially

by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 7, 2015 @ 5:52 PM
NBC’s Constantine has traversed a rocky road, suffering in ratings, enduring an accidental early cancellation, then an official one, and at long last John Constantine may have finally met his match. No amount of the supernatural can conjure salvation from Constantine’s latest fate, as showrunner Daniel Cerone says the show is officially over.

‘Creep’ Trailer: Mark Duplass Has a Special, Scary Project for You

by Britt Hayes June 5, 2015 @ 5:39 PM
Creep first premiered at SXSW in 2014, before it was picked up for distribution and then…sort of disappeared for a while. The new indie horror flick from Blumhouse (the people who brought you Paranormal Activity and Insidious, of course) recently put together a release plan, and now there’s a trailer to go along with it, featuring a very unnerving performance from Mark Duplass.

‘The Stand’ Heading to Showtime for Eight-Part Miniseries to Lead in to Feature Film

by Britt Hayes June 5, 2015 @ 5:18 PM
Josh Boone’s adaptation of Stephen King’s The Stand grows ever more ambitious — what started as a simple feature-length film (no way that could work), evolved into plans for multiple films, and now an additional eight-part miniseries on Showtime. Yes, Warner Bros. is reportedly partnering with the premium network for the series, which will serve as a prequel of sorts to lead up to the feature film.