Town That Dreaded Sundown trailer

A masked man stalks a town with evil intent, and there’s nothing anyone can do about it. The Town That Dreaded Sundown was originally an odd 1976 thriller based on a true story about a rash of killings that plagued Texarkana in the ’40s. The original inspired one of the looks for Jason Voorhees in the Friday the 13th series, and stands as a unique thriller thanks to its odd blend of horror, comedy, and almost-verite style. Now Jason Blum and the revived Orion Pictures offer up their own film of the same name. So is this a remake, or a sequel? More the latter, it seems, based on this first look. Check out The Town That Dreaded Sundown trailer below.

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‘Walking Dead’ Season 5 Trailer: Constant Vigilance

The Walking Dead Season 5 trailer

Rick has a very important message in the new The Walking Dead Season 5 trailer: “Never let your guard down.” Which, on the one hand, seems kind of unnecessary. Surely anyone who’s survived this long zombie-infested world long enough to hear that advice, did so by staying alert at all times.

On the other, though, it never hurts to be reminded. Especially since, as this new promo shows, Rick and his friends seem to be in more trouble than ever before. Check out the The Walking Dead Season 5 trailer after the jump.

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toke and tusk weed

Notable stoner Kevin Smith has negotiated an official medical marijuana tie-in for his new horror movie Tusk. Either times are really changing fast or this is a genius marketing tie in designed to get a lot of press from conservative news media. Find out more about the Tusk weed tie-in, after the jump.

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Bill Murray female ghostbusters

The idea of an all-female Ghostbusters 3 attracted both enthusiastic supporters and vehement detractors, but you can count Bill Murray in the former camp. “I would go to that movie,” the former Dr. Peter Venkman told press at TIFF this weekend.

In fact, not only is he into the idea, he also has some ideas about whom he’d like to cast. And yes, of course rumored director Paul Feig‘s favorite muse Melissa McCarthy is one of them. Hit the jump to find out who the others are — and why he digs the idea so much in the first place.

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American Horror Story Freak Show trailer

FX got the American Horror Story: Freak Show marketing campaign going early with a handful of short, creepy teasers, and today they’ve finally revealed the first full American Horror Story: Freak Show trailer. Though we got a look at several of this season’s main players in a colorful poster last month, this new promo offers our first look at them in action. Check out the American Horror Story Freak Show trailer after the jump.

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Tusk early buzz
Kevin Smith‘s latest film Tusk premiered Saturday night at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival as part of the festival’s Midnight Madness selection. The first reactions have been flooding twitter, and it seems like everyone agrees: the movie is fucked up. Is that a good thing? The film reportedly received a standing ovation, and most of the reactions seem to be positive. Hit the jump to read the Tusk early buzz and see the first tweet reactions to Kevin Smith’s new horror indie.

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ABCs of Death 2 green band trailer

If you’re the kind of person to be intrigued by The ABCs of Death 2, you’re probably the kind of person that’s okay with a little NSFW gore and violence. But just because you’re cool with it doesn’t mean everyone else is, so today we have an ABCs of Death 2 green-band trailer that you can enjoy with your whole family, office, or what have you.

As with the first ABCs of Death, The ABCs of Death 2 consists of 26 short films, each with a completely different director and storyline. This time, the crop includes Vincenzo Natali (Splice), Rodney Ascher (Room 237), E.L. Katz (Cheap Thrills), the Soska sisters (American Mary), and many more.

Watch The ABCs of Death 2 green band trailer after the jump.

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Alex Ross - Walking Dead header

The Walking Dead is such a big hit for AMC, it’s kind of surprising it’s taken so long for the channel to branch out with it. Sure they have merchandise, the original comic books, webisodes, and the Talking Dead. Now the network has finally announced it will be attempting a spinoff. A pilot episode has just been ordered for a Walking Dead companion series.

The problem is, they won’t announce what it’s about. Dave Erickson will be the executive producer and showrunner, as he co-created and co-wrote the pilot with Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman. Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd and David Alpert from The Walking Dead will also executive produce. And they say the show will give fans an opportunity to explore “what is going on in the zombie apocalypse in other parts of the world.” But that’s pretty much it. Read the full press release about the Walking Dead companion series below. Read More »

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