Amityville The Awakening trailer

35 years after it scared away the Lutzes, 112 Ocean Avenue continues to welcome new residents in Amityville: The Awakening. This time around, the poor fools are single mom Joan (Jennifer Jason Leigh) and her three kids: pouty Belle (Bella Thorne), cutesy Juliet (McKenna Grace), and coma-struck James (Cameron Monaghan).

As always, the family starts out optimistic about their new digs. It’s near some excellent medical facilities, all the better to treat James’s illness. Then, as always, bizarre things start happening. Watch the first Amityville: The Awakening trailer after the jump.

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In 2013, the Canadian tourist was found dead in a water tank on the roof of Los Angeles’ Cecil Hotel — which so happens to be the same hotel known for housing serial killers Richard Ramirez and Jack Untwerger once upon a time, and for being a suicide hotspot in the ’50s and ’60s. Creepy. Hit the jump for more details.

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Annabelle

The creepy doll Annabelle was only a small part of The Conjuring, but she sure made an impression. Enough so that New Line decided to give her her own spinoff.

The new Annabelle trailer picks up around where the old one left off. Following the vicious attack on their home, John (Ward Horton) and Mia (Annabelle Wallis) have pulled themselves back together. However, awful things keep happening. Hit the jump for the new Annabelle trailer.

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The Woman in Black: Angel of Death follows up, obviously, on The Woman in Black, the 2012 gothic horror film that saw Daniel Radcliffe facing down a malevolent spirit. Part of the appeal of the first film was seeing Radcliffe out of his Harry Potter garb, but the movie was also effective as horror. It doesn’t leave much room for a direct sequel, however. And so Angel of Death moves forward to 1941, when two teachers and their students attempt to escape the Blitz in London. They end up at the Eel Marsh House, where the woman in black waits. Check out the Woman in Black sequel teaser below. Read More »

American Horror Story Freak Show Premiere Date

Because American Horror Story essentially reboots itself each year, we never know quite what we’re going to get with a new season. But at least now we know when we’re going to get it.

The network has announced a fall premiere date for the fourth season of the horror anthology series, titled American Horror Story: Freak Show. Hit the jump to get all the details and watch the first teaser trailer.

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Short ‘Ouija’ Trailer Crams Horror Into One Minute

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There’s a little bit of new footage in this trailer for Ouija, the film that shows what happens when kids use that dangerous tool of the devil, the Ouija board, to contact dead friends. Some people use the board to craft weird and potentially embarrassing moments at parties, but the people in the film find themselves connected to some evil force that is hell-bent on their destruction. Which is like some parties, I guess. Check out the Ouija trailer below. Read More »

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