Brigette Lundy-Paine is not in enough things. They were the breakout star of Netflix’s Atypical and they were most excellent in Bill and Ted Face The Music, and….that’s about all we’ve seen them in. But there’s one more on the way — Lundy-Paine will be featured in the horror movie I Saw The TV Glow, coming this spring from A24.
IFC Films will be introducing a unique kind of horror film, Stopmotion, later this month. Yes, the name means the whole thing’s a love letter to stop motion, chiefly the demented kind.
Developer Tainted Pact and publisher Assemble Entertainment have announced their horror adventure game Terror At Oakheart will be released to Steam before the month is over.
The original A Quiet Place was pretty neat: a suspense thriller where Earth’s population had been decimated by man-chomping aliens who see through sound, forcing the survivors to creep around as silently as possible — or else. The sequel, A Quiet Place Part II, was…well, I have no idea, because I’ve never gotten the chance to see it. I didn’t pay for a ticket, rental stores are dead as a concept, and the only place it streams is Paramount+.
There’s a new film coming from Blumhouse, the guys who produced M3GAN and the Five Nights At Freddy’s movie last year. Their next horror feature, Imaginary, seems to be a blend of those two concepts: a killer toy that happens to be a bear.
It’s 200% real, folks…the Ghost with the Most is really returning this year. The first piece of marketing for Beetlejuice 2 appeared this morning from Warner Bros, and it came with a surprise: the release date AND a confirmed title, which wasn’t what anyone was expecting. It’s being called “Beetlejuice Beetlejuice.”
Breaking Glass Pictures has announced they’re releasing the indie horror film Alice And The Vampire Queen to digital platforms next month.
Every now and then a movie comes out where all you hear is the basic plot and you’re like, “hee hee, this should be good.” We feel that way about Abigail, the Universal horror picture revealed today alongside its first trailer.
Later this week, Korean studio Funnylocks will release the full version of their gripping survival horror game, Unstoppable, on Steam. The game was previously semi-released one chapter at a time, but the full release will incorporate all four chapters into one.
It’s fast becoming a cliche that if a classic character that has long been under copyright protection is freed into the public domain, the first thing that happens is someone deliberately plays them against type in some kind of horror production. It may not be very original or creative, but it gets attention and that’s what counts.
Free league are fast becoming a household name in the RPG community. Have they got another hit? Find out in this Walking Dead Universe RPG review. The Swedish publisher is famous for releasing high quality, easy to learn, quick to table, and most importantly; fun RPG games. Also renown for acquiring big budget IPs, they have done it again with the acquisition of AMC’s The Walking Dead TV series.
Zenescope is famous for putting their own signature spin on a lot of classic fables, including the Victorian world of vampires and those who hunt them. Their own Liesel Van Helsing is returning in a new miniseries that will be partially funded and promoted through a Kickstarter campaign that launches next month. The setup is rather simple: Liesel goes after Dracula. What else is she gonna do? “To this day, the Van Helsing name haunts the waking hours of vampires throughout the world,” reads Zenescope’s description. “But, in the late 1800s, at the height of the war of the night in Europe, another name rested on the tongues of humans and bloodsuckers alike, Dracula! Rumors have been growing of his impossible return and Liesel Van Helsing will do anything in her power to put an end to this nightmare that has plagued her family for generations!” As a preview, Zenescope has let us peek at the four covers that will be offered for this series, one of which you can only get through the campaign…. Standard cover, featuring Liesel in an action pose, surrounded by London fog. The only cover of the four that doesn’t have Van Helsing on it. We take it this is one of the bad guys. “Hey! What are YOU doing in here? GET OUT!” (door slam) Liesel strikes a Castlevania pose as she prepares for a productive day of staking. This is the Kickstarter-exclusive cover. Zenescope hasn’t announced a specific day for when the campaign will launch, but we will let you know. Van Helsing has starred in many other books already, which can be found in comic book shops and the Zenescope website.