Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios has been adding tons of new attractions to their spooky line-up this year. There are new mazes featuring Jordan Peele’s Us, Rob Zombie’s House of 1,000 Corpses, and the paranormal investigators known as the Ghostbusters. But this year’s Halloween Horror Nights will have something new that has never been part of the festivities before.
Universal announced the debut of the Halloween Marathon of Mayhem, a massive water show that will take place in the Universal Studios Florida lagoon featuring 100 fountains, awesome special effects, pounding electro music, lasers and more, all featuring your favorite franchises from Halloween Horror Nights. Read More »
Killer Klowns From Outer Space, the campy 1980s cult favorite from low-budget horror gurus the Chiodo Brothers, was represented at last year’s Halloween Horror Nights in the form of some scare zones at Universal Orlando Resort. But there’s good news for those who love the goofy/scary clown-like aliens: they’re coming back for more.
This year, the Killer Klowns will appear in “all-new chilling mazes” at both Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood. Get all of the details and watch a quick teaser below. Read More »
In recent years, SyFy has become known for their intentionally abysmal programming efforts such as the Sharknado franchise and other monster movies. But they’ve also been responsible for praiseworthy efforts like Battlestar Galactica, The Expanse, Channel Zero and the upcoming Nightflyers and Deadly Class. That makes us wonder just what to expect from their most recently revealed endeavor.
A new report indicates that SyFy is currently in talks to land the rights to the gloriously goofy yet twisted 1980s cult favorites Critters and Killer Klowns from Outer Space with the intention of making new movies based on the properties. The question is, just what kind of movies can we expect? Read More »
Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights 2018 is going back in time to 1988 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of two iconic horror films. The deranged killer doll Chucky from Child’s Play and the evil aliens from the campy Killer Klowns From Outer Space are set to invade this year’s event with brand new scare zones in Orlando, Florida. Read more about the new additions below. Read More »
The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.
In this edition, a couple stars from the second season of Stranger Things have a therapeutic reunion. Plus, learn some things about the cult classic sci-fi horror flick Killer Klowns from Outer Space, and watch a meticulous LEGO recreation of the trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Read More »
Killer Klowns from Outer Space was a movie that I was obsessed with as a child, and I still love it today. A sequel to the cult classic has been in the works for years, but it now looks like it won’t hit the big screen after all. Instead of a big screen 3D sequel, the new plan is for a small screen television series which would act as both a sequel and a remake. Learn the details about the Killer Knowns From Outer Space tv series, after the jump.
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Posted on Thursday, June 16th, 2011 by Angie Han
We already know that director Paul Feig will be reteaming with Jon Hamm, Melissa McCarthy, and Judd Apatow for a new movie — but it turns out Feig has another mysterious project on the horizon as well. Feig spilled the beans in an interview with Moviehole, where he said the following: “There’s actually something in the fall that… is a sequel to a movie that people know but I can’t really talk about it yet; we’re still trying to finalize it. That would be fun. It’s something I’ve wanted to with some actors I’ve wanted to work with.”
Feig went on to say that the sequel in question is not a sequel to Bridesmaids or even, technically, a sequel — rather, the mystery project will be a “reboot” of a well-known franchise. He added, “I want to talk about it but it might not happen because of actors deals and so on so I better remain mysterious.” Care to take a guess at what Feig might be talking about?
After the jump, possible sequels for two very different ’80s flicks.
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