Kate Beckinsale in Underworld Awakening

Kate Beckinsale is heading back down to the Underworld franchise. She’s just signed on to reprise her role as Selene for the upcoming fifth installment of the action-horror series, which will be directed by Anna Foerster. Hit the jump for more details on the Kate Beckinsale Underworld 5 return.  Read More »

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Scream Queens

Ryan Murphy is bringing his special brand of crazy to the teen slasher genre this fall with Scream Queens, a horror-comedy anthology series on Fox. Not to be confused with Scream, MTV’s new show based the ’90s movie franchise, Scream Queens centers on a sorority house rocked by a serial killer known as the Red Devil.

American Horror Story alum Emma Roberts plays Kappa House HBIC Chanel, while real-life scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis plays the school dean. The results are pretty much exactly what you’d expect if you told the guy who created PopularGlee, and American Horror Story to draw up a college show. Watch the Scream Queens trailer after the jump.  Read More »

Samuel L Jackson in Reasonable Doubt

The perpetually busy Samuel L. Jackson has lined up his next gig. He’s become the first actor to join The Blob, a remake of the 1958 sci-fi horror classic. Simon West (Con Air) is directing. More details on the Samuel L Jackson The Blob casting after the jump.  Read More »

Sony wants to cast a spell on a whole new generation of moviegoers. The studio is cuing up a remake of The Craft, the 1996 horror thriller about a group of teenage outcasts who get involved in witchcraft. But the really good news here is that it’s being directed by Leigh Janiak, who made her directorial debut last year with the very creepy Honeymoon.

Get all the details on the The Craft remake after the jump.  Read More »

Crimson Peak Empire spread - Hiddleston closeup

Leave it to Guillermo del Toro to create a haunted house so gorgeous, we’d gladly put up with any number of ghosts to visit it. No wonder Tom HiddlestonJessica Chastain, and Mia Wasikowska are willing to stick around what is clearly a pretty terrible place. The new Crimson Peak trailer has just dropped, and you can check it out after the jump.

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Nicolas Winding Refn on Drive set

As Nicolas Winding Refn‘s The Neon Demon, described as “a horror film about vicious beauty,” nears the end of shooting in Los Angeles, the first images have been released. Elle Fanning leads the cast as Jesse, an aspiring model who moves to LA and finds herself surrounded by beauty-obsessed women who’d kill for what she has.

Abbey LeeChristina Hendricks, Jena MaloneBella HeathcoteDesmond HarringtonKarl Glusman, and Keanu Reeves also star, but the Neon Demon first look images are all about our star. Take a peek after the jump. Read More »

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But there is talk of another sequel, and as it turns out, if that film does actually shoot the 28 Months Later story will be based on an idea Garland came up with. That’ll be it for him when it comes to that movie, however — Garland won’t be involved in 28 Months Later otherwise. Read More »

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The appeal of this new trailer for MTV’s Scream series isn’t even the show itself — this is a trailer for those who have strong opinions about some of MTV’s other current stars. This promo barely even features the cast of the new show. Instead, it highlights start of other MTV shows such as AwkwardFaking ItTeen WolfFinding CarterRidiculousness and The Challenge… and they’re all dead. Check out the ‘Killer Party’ Scream promo below. Read More »

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Last month we learned that Ryan Gosling is in talks to star in Guillermo del Toro‘s long-in-development big screen adaptation of Walt Disney’s classic theme park ride The Haunted Mansion. When del Toro announced the film at the 2010 San Diego Comic Con International, he revealed that the Hatbox Ghost would be a pivotal character in his adaptation. The hatbox ghost is a Disneyland legend, a character that appeared originally in the attraction but mysteriously disappeared shortly after the attraction’s debut. Good news for Disneyland fanatics like me, the Mouse House have finally brought the Hatbox Ghost back to his home over the weekend.

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