Horror

Capcom is obviously focused at the moment on Resident Evil Village (as this Thursday indicates), but that’s not to say that they’re not giving some love to the upcoming Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection. Capcom has released the first Developer Diary for the upcoming title, focusing on what longtime fans can expect from the return of
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A new movie adaptation of the popular tabletop roleplaying game Dungeons & Dragons is finally happening, with Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley, co-directors of the comedy Game Night and writers of Spider-Man: Homecoming, on board to direct. But that’s not the only D&D project in the works, as THR reports that a series is also being developed. Like the
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New Bat-Villains! New Bat-Allies! Announced this morning, “A thrilling overseas adventure for the Dark Knight begins with the launch of DC’s Batman: The Dark Knight on April 13!” Batman: The Dark Knight will take a seasoned Batman—a lifetime of broken bones but not a broken spirit—out of Wayne Manor and on a harrowing, action-packed European quest in a new
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Forty years later, the one thing people remember most about David Cronenberg‘s Scanners is its iconic head exploding head scene. It’s understandable; it’s a gory, shocking moment in an otherwise more subdued, cerebral thriller with a fairly complicated plot. That explosive onscreen kill serves as an unforgettable introduction to the film’s villain, Darryl Revok (Michael Ironside).
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Ever wanted to mash up Super Monkey Ball with the original Wolfenstein 3D? Creator Nickireda did, and the result is Return to Castle Monkey Ball. Combining all the chaotic physics-based “golf” of Super Monkey Ball with Wolfenstein 3D‘s Nazis, the game now sees you moving through eight procedurally-generated Nazi fortresses. Instead of mowing down Nazis with
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Like the live-action films, Netflix’s animated series “Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous” is home to thrilling sequences that aren’t afraid to get a little scary, and we’re looking forward to a whole lot more of that particular brand of family-friendly terror with the upcoming second season. The new season premieres later this month, and the first
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“The Walking Dead” will end with an expanded two-year eleventh season that will span 24 episodes. But first up, six extra episodes technically part of Season 10 are on the way. Those additional episodes will premiere on Sunday, February 28. New guest stars featured in these episodes include Robert Patrick (Terminator 2: Judgment Day) as “Mays” and Hilarie Burton
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James Wan (Saw, Insidious, The Conjuring, Aquaman) is on board to produce a small screen version of I Know What You Did Last Summer that Amazon Studios recently ordered to series, and today we have the full cast for the series that kicks off with Craig Macneill‘s (The Boy, “Channel Zero: Candle Cove,” Lizzie, “Castle Rock,” “Chilling Adventures of
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Julia Jones (pictured in the Disney+ series ‘”The Mandalorian”), Alano Miller (Sylvie’s Love), Johnny Sequoyah (Believe) and Jack Alcott (The Good Lord Bird) have joined Michael C. Hall and Clancy Brown in Showtime’s 10-episode limited “Dexter” revival series, reports Deadline. The descriptions of the new characters provide a clue about the setting of the follow-up
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The ball is in your court, Blumhouse. There may be no actual connections between the two but there’s no denying that Christopher Landon‘s horror-comedy slasher movies Happy Death Day and Freaky both seem to exist within the very same universe. They have incredibly similar sensibilities, at the very least, which has led many fans to
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Warner Bros. made the announcement late last year that they’re bringing their entire current 2021 theatrical slate to both theaters and the WarnerMedia streaming service HBO Max at the very same time, and that includes huge films like Godzilla vs. Kong, Dune, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, James Wan’s Malignant, Mortal Kombat and more. That all sounds great, yeah? Well,
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Oscar Isaac is headed back into the world of Marvel with the upcoming Disney+ series “Moon Knight,” which is being developed by Jeremy Slater (“The Exorcist”). Mohamed Diab (Clash) is on board as director and showrunner, and The Hollywood Reporter brings us the exciting word this week that Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead (Resolution, Spring, V/H/S:
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