dial code santa claus trailer

Just what the hell is Dial Code Santa Claus? It’s a recently rediscovered French film in which a young boy dresses up like Rambo in order to fight a killer Santa Claus. Really, that should be all you need to know to sell you on this movie, but just in case you need more, you can watch the Dial Code Santa Claus trailer below. American Genre Film Archive (AGFA) and Alamo Drafthouse will be rolling the movie out to theaters just in time for the holiday season.

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Autopsy of Jane Doe vinyl soundtrack

Mondo is set to bring some terrifying tunes to your turntables with their The Autopsy of Jane Doe vinyl soundtrack release. Featuring the score from the creepy, clever 2016 indie horror flick, the Autopsy of Jane Doe vinyl is the perfect disc to spin when you’re trapped inside the sprawling, dark-cornered basement of a funeral home. Or anywhere, really.

Get the full, exclusive details on the Autopsy of Jane Doe vinyl soundtrack below.

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2018 Box Office on Track to Set New Record

2018 box office total

Despite the persistent fear that streaming will kill off movie theaters, the 2018 box office is on track to break records, domestically. The domestic box office revenue for the year just hit $11 billion, and will only continue to increase in the remaining days of 2018. This puts 2018 on the path to obliterate the previous record-holding year of 2016, where the annual box office topped-out at $11.4 billion. In short, it was a very good year for the movies. But some films weren’t so lucky…

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Prisoners of the Ghostland

Nicolas Cage has developed a reputation as a bit of an eccentric. No matter what movie he appears in, audiences look forward to seeing the actor unleash some of his patented Cage Rage, in which he lets loose and goes wild. More often than not, Cage doesn’t disappoint. But we apparently haven’t seen anything yet. According to Cage himself, his next movie – Prisoners of the Ghostland – might be his most wild movie yet. The film will team Cage with Sion Sono, the Japanese director behind Why Don’t You Play in Hell?

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Jordan Peele's Us Poster

Over the weekend, we received a hot tip concerning the plot synopsis for Jordan Peele‘s upcoming follow-up to his directorial debut, Get Out. The film is called Us, and while the premise sounds familiar, we’re expecting something truly unique from the comedian turned filmmaker. And if you need anymore convincing of that, look no further than the ominous teaser poster that just popped up online.

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Are You Afraid of the Dark Movie

Believe it or not, there’s an Are You Afraid of the Dark? movie coming from Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon next year. It’s slated to arrive in theaters in October 2019, but the film has only just now landed a director.

A new report says Disturbia and Eagle Eye director D.J. Caruso is currently in talks to direct the Are You Afraid of the Dark movie that has a script from IT screenwriter Gary Dauberman. Read More »

bird box review

“It’s going to be rough,” Malorie says at the start of Bird Box. She’s looking right into the camera when she says this, and it’s as if she’s speaking directly to us – warning us that what we’re about to see is particularly unpleasant. It immediately sets the stage for Susanne Bier‘s frequently terrifying horror film, but it also doubles as a warning about the moviemaking itself – what you’re about to see isn’t going to unfold as smoothly as it should.

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NECA Halloween 2018 Michael Myers Action Figure

It’s not exactly in the spirit of Christmas to get excited about an action figure of one of the most notorious slashers from the big screen. But this new action figure of Michael Myers from the recent Halloween revival directed by David Gordon Green is just too perfect not to highlight as a potential Christmas gift for the horror fanatic in your life.

The Halloween 2018 Michael Myers action figure comes from NECA, and he comes with all the right accessories, including a cute little jack o’ lantern and all the right weapons he uses throughout the movie. Check it out and find out where you can get it below. Read More »

James Wan Blade reboot

The Conjuring director James Wan is making his first foray into superhero movies this month with Aquaman. But long before he dove under the sea with Jason Momoa, Wan hoped to make a completely different superhero picture: a Blade reboot.

Wan revealed his hopes to reboot Blade in a recent interview, but also clarified that this happened so long ago he can’t really remember what the idea was.

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walking dead lawsuit

Eight years after its premiere, The Walking Dead is still one of AMC’s biggest hits as its surviving human characters continue their battle against undead walkers and keep a wary eye on other humans they encounter. But one of the people who helped turn the show into a huge success is still fighting his own battle against the network itself.

Frank Darabont, who developed the series for television and served as its first showrunner, filed a Walking Dead lawsuit back in 2013 that has finally made its way before a judge – and it sounds like a jury is going to decide whether the network screwed Darabont out of over $250 million. Get the latest update below.
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