One of the best things about living in a golden age of horror films is that incredible movies can come from the most unexpected of places. Any studio (large or small), any talented filmmaker or performer can suddenly drop one of the best horror movies of the year; that was certainly the case with Creep, Mark Duplass’ 2015 twist on the found footage subgenre of horror films. Duplass, known as a talented no-budget filmmaker in his own right, created a memorable horror icon for next to nothing, and fans have been anxiously awaiting the sequel since it was first announced.
Creep made a huge splash with its debut on Netflix in 2015, and cemented Mark Duplass as one of cinema’s most unsettling actors. The first movie generated enough buzz that Duplass has returned for a sequel, reprising his role as the serial killer obsessed with being videotaped, and has lured another potential victim to his lair. In the first image from the movie, Duplass looks terrifying as he swings that ominous locket.
If you haven’t checked out the Duplass brothers’ unique HBO anthology Room 104, there’s plenty of vacancy next year. The network confirms the buzzy new drama centered around a lone motel room will book another stay with a Season 2 renewal.
No one necessarily wants to think about their hotel room’s previous occupants, but the Duplass brothers HBO’s Room 104 is worth considering. The new July anthology explores one mysterious motel room with a full trailer featuring James Van Der Beek, Orlando Jones, Amy Landecker and more.
True crime remains in vogue, and there may be no subject more topical than domestic terrorism. Discovery’s new miniseries Manhunt: Unabomber will bring us both, as Avengers star Paul Bettany plays the infamous bomber in a first trailer.
The Duplass brothers will find plenty of Togetherness in HBO’s Room 104, a new anthology series chronicling the occupants of one mysterious motel room. There’s plenty of stars to join them in the first trailer as well, including James Van Der Beek, Orlando Jones, Transparent star Amy Landecker and more.
For the past several years we’ve seen Sarah Paulson play some of the loudest, more extreme characters on television. Whether she’s donning a perm as Marcia Clarke, wearing two heads as Bette and Dot Tattler, or thick black eyeliner as Hypodermic Sally, Paulson is often a bold, stylized on-screen presence. But in Blue Jay, Paulson, looking like her natural self, gives a quieter performance as one of her most stripped-down characters yet.