hell house llc director's cut

Hell House LLC, a low-budget but highly-effective found-footage horror flick, is about to drop a director’s cut just in time for Halloween. The Hell House LLC Director’s Cut will make its debut exclusively on Amazon Prime Video on October 30, bringing new footage as well as deleted scenes, a new director intro, outtakes, cast auditions, location scouting, and more. It sounds like a fun little treat for fans of the franchise.

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white bird a wonder story

Wonder, the Stephen Chbosky-directed 2017 movie based on the novel of the same name by R. J. Palacio, is getting a sequel. Well, okay, it’s not really a sequel. Instead, Lionsgate has dubbed the new film – called White Bird: A Wonder Story – a “creative companion” to the film. It’s once again based on something written by R. J. Palacio, but tells a completely new story.

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more welcome to the blumhouse

BlumNews! Today, during BlumFest, a Blumhouse-themed virtual experience, we got new info regarding upcoming Blumhouse projects. First: there are even more Welcome to the Blumhouse movies headed our way. Also: John Ridley, the Academy Award-winning screenwriter of 12 Years a Slave, is teaming up with Blumhouse for an Untitled Paranormal Project inspired by a true story.

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halloween kills teaser new

Michael Myers is back in a blood-soaked Halloween Kills teaser. The sequel was supposed to arrive in theaters in time for this Halloween season, but the coronavirus got in the way. Now, David Gordon Green‘s follow-up will hit theaters next October (hopefully). Until then, we have this intense, entertaining teaser that shows the Shape wrecking havoc all over Haddonfield while Laurie Strode and her daughter and granddaughter try to stop him. Watch the Halloween Kills teaser below.

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the legend of halloween book

What if someone took John Carpenter’s iconic horror film Halloween and reworked it into an illustrated storybook? You’d get The Legend of Halloween, a new book from Further Front Publishing written by Halloween 2018 director David Gordon Green and Onur Tukel (who also illustrated). The results are kind of adorable, and while some may take issue with seeing Michael “The Shape” Myers being reduced to a cute illustrated character, it’s no worse than watching him kung-fu fight Busta Rhymes in Halloween: Resurrection

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insidious 5

Ready to go back to The Further…again? Today at BlumFest, a virtual festival devoted to all-things-Blumhouse, word broke that Insidious 5 is a go. And not only that, but some familiar faces are returning. Patrick Wilson and Ty Simpkins, who played father and son in the series, are both back – and Wilson will be making his feature directorial debut on the film. Curiously absent from the announcement: Rose Byrne, who plays Wilson’s wife in the franchise.

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songbird trailer

Songbird made headlines for being the first film made during the COVID-19 outbreak in Los Angeles. Produced by Michael Bay, it was a production that ran into problems almost immediately with SAG-AFTRA issuing a “do not work” order to actors for the film. That order was eventually lifted, but later, another story broke accusing the film of not following COVID safety protocols. And now…it’s here. The first Songbird trailer has arrived to give us a glimpse of what we can expect and the results are…well…see for yourself.

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Unicorn Warriors Eternal

Genndy Tartakovsky has yet another project headed our way: Unicorn: Warriors Eternal. The animated series follows “a team of ancient teen heroes as they work together to protect the world from an unforeseen omen,” and will feature “themes of the supernatural weaved with adventure,” and all of that sounds pretty great, honestly. More info on Unicorn: Warriors Eternal awaits you below, along with a poster. Print it out and hang it on your wall! Or don’t, I’m not your boss.

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the dig first look

Looks like Netflix has a new prestige drama headed our way – can you dig it? I sure hope so, because it’s called The Dig, and it looks like the type of movie where everyone is dressed very well and behaves very properly. That’s not a knock, either – sometimes that sort of movie can be just what the doctor ordered. In The Dig, a widow hires an archeologist to excavate some burial mounds on her estate – and they may or may not contain treasure. I know the “burial mounds” thing makes this sound like a horror movie in disguise, but it’s not. Check out some The Dig first look images below.

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two weeks to live trailer

In Two Weeks to Live, Maisie Williams plays a young woman who has lived in seclusion for years with her doomsday-prepping mother. Now, Williams’ character has escaped and embarks on an adventure that involves revenge, romance, and lots of gunfire. The dark comedy series already aired in the UK and now it’s found a home in the US on HBO Max. Watch the trailer below.

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