halloween horror nights creepshow

Navigating Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights just got a whole lot creepier. Creepshow is the theme of a new maze this year, and it will take inspiration from both the 1982 cult classic movie directed by George Romero and Shudder’s new anthology series. So get your knees flexing and your arms T-rexing and do the creep…show.

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tigers are not afraid trailer

Tigers Are Not Afraid caused a commotion on the festival circuit, but it was unclear when general U.S. audiences might get a chance to see it. Thankfully, Shudder came to the rescue and will be releasing the flick this summer. And when a film has the likes of Stephen King, Neil Gaiman and Guillermo del Toro singing its praises, it’s probably a film worth checking out. The film arrives in theaters this August, and there’s a new trailer to get you excited about what’s in store. Watch the Tigers Are Not Afraid trailer below.

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creepshow tv series trailer

Stephen King and George A. Romero’s Creepshow gets a new (after)life with Shudder’s Creepshow TV series. Greg Nicotero leads the charge, adapting new tales of terror to the small screen, adapted from stories by King, Joe Hill, and more. The first Creepshow TV series trailer has arrived ahead of show’s panel at San Diego Comic-Con, and with it comes an official release date.

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What’s New to Streaming in July 2019

Streaming in July 2019

Netflix gets all the attention, but there are other streaming services worth watching, too. As a new month dawns, we look beyond Netflix to see what’s streaming in July 2019. Amazon Prime Video will bring the vastly underrated neo-noir Under the Silver Lake to subscribers. Hulu has the incredible moon landing documentary Apollo 11. That same subject gets explored in a different way on HBO Now with First Man. And Shudder will be unleashing John Carpenter’s Prince of Darkness. These titles and more await you in July.

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creepshow tv series episode details

Shudder has decided to let the monster out of the crate and reveal their full episode line-up for Creepshow, the new TV series inspired by the George Romero/Stephen King classic. Descriptions of every episode are now available, along with some casting news which includes new cast members Jeffrey Combs, Kid Cudi and more.

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hell house llc 3

The Hell House LLC franchise will continue to creep-out audiences with Hell House LLC III: Lake of Fire. Shudder and Terror Films have teamed-up to bring audiences the third entry in the spooky found-footage franchise about a Halloween haunt that’s really haunted. Stephen Cognetti, who directed the last two films, has returned to helm the third, which began production this week.

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nightmare cinema trailer

Mickey Rourke is the projectionist from hell in Nightmare Cinema, a new horror anthology film coming to Shudder. Featuring five tales of terror from recognizable horror filmmakers, the film follows a group of potential victims who have their worst fears projected onto the screen of a creepy, run-down theater. Watch the Nightmare Cinema trailer below.

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creepshow tv series featurette

One of my most-anticipated pieces of entertainment for 2019 is Shudder’s new Creepshow TV series. Showrunner Greg Nicotero (The Walking Dead) is bringing the spirit of George Romero and Stephen King’s horror anthology film to the AMC-owned streaming service, with a wealth of talent lined-up to make it happen. In a new Creepshow TV seres featurette, Nicotero talks about his history with Creepshow, and his excitement about the upcoming show.

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creepshow tv series director

Director and make-up legend Tom Savini created effects for George Romero’s Creepshow movie, so it’s only fitting that Savini would have a part to play in Shudder’s Creepshow TV series. Savini will direct an episode of the show, adapted from Joe Hill‘s short story “By the Silver Water of Lake Champlain.” The story involves a Loch Ness Monster-like creature.

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One Cut of the Dead

It can sometimes be difficult for movies on the film festival circuit to drum up enough buzz to capture the moviegoing public’s interest. But after playing Fantastic Fest last fall, appearing at over 100 other film festivals, and becoming a box office hit in Japan, the Japanese horror comedy One Cut of the Dead has become an indie sensation. And soon enough, everyone in the United States will have the opportunity to see it, but you’re going to need a subscription to AMC’s horror specialty streaming service Shudder. Read More »