During San Diego Comic Con International 2015, Guillermo del Toro announced that there would be a Crimson Peak maze for this year’s Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios. And today we get an announcement of the second maze for this year’s horror event: Focus Features and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment are teaming with Universal Studios in both Hollywood and Orlando to create all-new mazes based on the Insidious film franchise. The Insidious: Return to the Further maze will let guests “investigate unexplained phenomena in the Lambert family’s eerie Victorian home and find themselves at the ghastly séance that unleashes chaos and horror.”
“They’ll journey into “The Further” – a supernatural realm that houses tormented spirits – and face deadly ghosts and demons like the Woman in Black and Red-Faced Demon who will stop at nothing to infiltrate the world of the living.”
See a Insidious Horror Nights maze teaser video and read the full press release, after the jump.
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Early this year a bunch of LA horror filmmakers got together, spurred by Axelle Carolyn, to make a horror anthology revolving specifically around Halloween. The result is Tales of Halloween, featuring shorts by Carolyn, Neil Marshall, Darren Lynn Bousman, Lucky McKee, and many more, not to mention a whole variety of monsters, deaths, practical effects, and cameos from a horde of horror personalities. The film, appropriately, opens this coming October, and you can see the Tales of Halloween trailer below. Read More »
Hannibal may be ending, but it isn’t over yet, with several episodes left to air in the third season. This is where the show starts to catch up to previous movie installments, too, with the character Francis Dolarhyde, aka the Red Dragon, showing up in the storyline. Richard Armitage takes over the role previously played by Tom Noonan (Manhunter) and Ralph Fiennes (Red Dragon) in feature film versions of the story.
We saw the Red Dragon in early promos for this season. Now there’s a great long Hannibal Red Dragon trailer that devotes several minutes to promoting the appearance of the character. Watch below. Read More »
Horror rarely seems to premiere around Halloween any more; it’s always a summer opening, or early in the year. But Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell are bringing the Evil Dead back to screens on Halloween this year, as their series Ash vs Evil Dead will hit Starz on Saturday October 31 at 9pm. The first Ash vs Evil Dead trailer is here now, and you can watch it below. Read More »
Update: After NBC, Netflix, and Amazon each passed on a Hannibal Season 4, showrunner Bryan Fuller confirmed at Comic-Con that they are exploring the possibility of a feature film. More details on the possibility of a Hannibal feature film after the jump. Read More »
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Even though Wesley Snipes was out of commission for a while due to certain legal entanglements, the actor is back to work, and he’s got a new TV show called The Player coming to NBC this year. (Watch the trailer here.) Since he’s promoting the new series at Comic-Con, conversation inevitably turned to his work in the Blade franchise.
According to Snipes, there have been talks about Blade 4, but right now he says, “Marvel and I have decided to have further conversations.” That sounds like Marvel may not exactly be interested in messing with Blade since they’re too busy with the rest of the Marvel cinematic universe. Find out more about Blade 4 after the jump! Read More »
This fall marks the return of The Walking Dead, and that means AMC returned to Hall H to tease the forthcoming sixth season of the comic book adaptation.
After the jump, we share what we learned about the forthcoming season, including tidbits about the dynamic between Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Morgan (Lenny James); a couple new cast members; who wants Michonne (Danai Gurira) and Rick to get together; and just how many walkers we’ll see in the season premiere.
First of all, if for some reason you happen to be behind on The Walking Dead, you’ll be able to catch up on five seasons on five Sundays starting on July 26th at 2:30pm Eastern and continuing for five consecutive Sundays after that. Otherwise, if you’re not caught up, you might not want to keep reading The Walking Dead Comic Con 2015 panel recap after the jump. Read More »
Fear the Walking Dead, the series spun off from The Walking Dead, will premiere on Sunday August 23 at 9PM. And while we’ve seen only a few brief teasers for the new series so far, now you can see the full Fear the Walking Dead trailer. The footage premiered at the series’ Comic Con 2015 panel, and so along with that trailer we’ve got a recap of the highlights from the panel, all below. Read More »
There are “more Walkers than in any episode ever” in the Walking Dead season six opener, says exec producer Greg Nicotero of the “super-sized” season premiere. The 90-minute episode airs on October 11. And if you can’t wait for October to come, you can check out the Walking Dead season six trailer right here, right now. Read More »