Halloween Kills: Release Date, Cast and More

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Happy Halloween! Michael Myers will once again go after Laurie Strode in Halloween Kills, the sequel to 2018’s Halloween, which was a direct sequel to the original Halloween that ignored practically every other sequel. Michael was left for dead at the end of the 2018 Halloween, but he has a habit of cheating death, over and over again. Here’s everything we know about Halloween Kills so far.

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Christine Reboot

Christine, the Stephen King novel about a killer car, is getting a new adaptation from Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller. Fuller will direct the Christine reboot for Sony Pictures and Blumhouse, and believe it or not, this is Fuller’s feature film directorial debut. Fuller will also write the adaptation. First published in 1983, Christine was previously adapted into a film directed by John Carpenter that same year.

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Firestarter reboot Ryan Kiera Armstrong

If you were wondering who plays the firestarter in the upcoming Blumhouse Firestarter reboot, wonder no more! Young actor Ryan Kiera Armstrong has landed the role of Charlie, the girl with pyrokinetic powers previously played by Drew Barrymore. This won’t be Armstrong’s first Stephen King adaptation, either. She also had a brief role in It: Chapter 2, where she had the misfortune of being eaten by Pennywise. She’ll have much better luck in Firestarter.

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the battersea poltergeist blumhouse

The haunting of Shirley Hitchings is getting made into not one, but two Blumhouse TV series. BBC Radio 4’s The Battersea Poltergeist, which tells the story of the “strange events focused around Shirley Hitchings in 1956,” will be adapted into both a scripted series and a documentary series by Blumhouse, which is teaming up with Michael Seitzman’s Maniac Productions to adapt the longest documented poltergeist haunting in history.

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firestarter reboot production

Firestarter, Stephen King‘s tale of a pyrokinetic young girl being pursued by a shadowy government agency, is getting a reboot from the folks at Blumhouse, Universal Pictures, and Weed Road Productions. Keith Tomas (The Vigil) is helming the latest take on the material, and the announced cast so far features Zac Efron and Michael GreyeyesFirestarter began production today in Canada, and to kick things off, Blumhouse has released a fiery behind-the-scenes video, which you can see below.

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the forever purge trailer

The Purge film franchise is coming to an end (for now) with The Forever Purge. This fifth and final entry is set after the Purge has been abolished – but that’s not going to stop a group of people from staging their own Purge. After all, if it did, there wouldn’t be much of a movie. Franchise creator James DeMonaco wrote the script, while Everardo Gout directs. Watch The Forever Purge trailer below.

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BlumFest 2021

This fall is already playing host to an ill-advised special edition of Comic-Con in San Diego on Thanksgiving Weekend. But if you’re a horror fan, you won’t have to leave the comfort of your home to get hyped about some upcoming horror projects from Blumhouse.

Jason Blum, the producer behind hit horror franchises like Paranormal Activity, The Purge, Insidious, Happy Death Day, and the continuation of the Halloween film series, announced that the virtual BlumFest will return for a 2021 edition this October, just in time to kick off the Halloween season with some teases of their upcoming movies and TV shows.  Read More »

the black phone

Universal and Blumhouse have set the release date for Scott Derrickson‘s return to horror, The Black Phone. The film, which reunites Derrickson with his Sinister star Ethan Hawke, will land in theaters in winter 2022.

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Whistler Camp

Conversion therapy, the bogus and cruel pseudoscience that attempts to force LGBTQ+ people to change their sexual orientation, will inspire the horrors of Whistler Camp, a new Blumhouse horror movie that marks the directorial debut of Penny Dreadful creator John Logan. The film is set inside a gay conversion camp and is described as “a queer empowerment story.” Logan is writing the film as well.

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brittany murphy documentary new

Brittany Murphy broke out in a big way with her scene-stealing turn in Clueless – her second credited acting performance, but her first real speaking part. She had real screen presence and it felt like she was at the beginning of what would be a long, interesting career. Tragically, Murphy died only 14 years after her big break, with her cause of death officially listed as pneumonia, at the way-too-young age of 32. Murphy’s sudden, premature death led to several different conspiracy theories that have unfortunately overshadowed her life and career. Now, a two-part HBO Max documentary will explore Murphy’s life – and will also attempt to tackle the mysterious circumstances surrounding her death.

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