Despite a cushy release date (July 10) and a hotshot producer (Jason Blum), The Gallows has flown mostly under the radar. It doesn’t have a big-name cast or crew, and it’s not part of a high-profile franchise. But now that we’re well into the summer movie season, Warner Bros. / New Line is finally getting the ball rolling on the marketing campaign.

Today we have the first full-length The Gallows trailer to share with you. Check it out after the jump.  Read More »

The Gallows

In a summer movie season positive jam-packed with sequels, reboots, and spinoffs, it’s kind of refreshing to hear about a wide release that’s none of those things. Heck, The Gallows doesn’t even have a big-name director or a star-studded cast to attract attention.

What it does have is Blumhouse Productions, the powerhouse behind some of the biggest horror hits of the past several years including Insidious, Paranormal Activity, and Sinister. Watch The Gallows teaser trailer after the jump.  Read More »

found footage horror Superstition

Jason Blum‘s impressive run as a producer continues. The Paranormal Activity producer has also been behind films such as Insidious, The Conjuring, and The Purge. Now New Line wants in on the action that other studios have enjoyed in the past few years. Blum’s new found footage horror Superstition, which is being called a new take on stuff like I Know What You Did Last Summer, has been picked up by New Line. Read More »

Horror has always been a genre where going meta was met with success. Some recent examples, of course, are found footage movies like The Blair Witch Project or Paranormal Activity as well as the self-referential nature of the Scream and I Know What You Did Last Summer films. The new film, Stage Fright, takes that kind of meta-self-awareness even further. It’s a film about found footage that’s being turned into a film. Basically a movie, within a movie, within a movie. Directed by Chris Lofing, this independent film is aiming at an October release. Check out the trailer, as well as some stills and two posters, after the jump. Read More »