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.
Dead By Daylight movie is becoming a reality! Behavior and Blumhouse just announced that the popular “asymmetric multiplayer survival horror online game” will become a movie. DBD had licensed characters from different companies and this time it is the other way around. I hope this collaboration will also lead to Blumhouse characters crossing over the Fog. Back in 2016, the game have humble beginnings. There are only 4 playable survivors which are Dwight, Meg, Jake, and Claudette. Then the only killers back then are Wraith, Hillbilly, and the face of the franchise which is Trapper. The community keeps on growing as years went by but the game became mainstream when they started licensing characters from other movies, games, and tv shows.
Dead By Daylight, as you likely know by now, is an asymmetric multiplayer survival horror game where one player assumes the identity of a horror monster and the other players become “survivors” trying to escape them. Whenever a game becomes popular enough, some movie studio head points at it and says “Easy money.” Blumhouse announced today they’re pointing at Dead By Daylight. The production company Atomic Monster (M3GAN) has been hired to shape the game into a feature.
M3GAN UNRATED EDITION is coming to Peacock this February 24 and will have Bluray copies this March 21. How do I know? The Killer doll herself announced it on her twitter. M3GAN had a great run in the box office and it is still doing well. It made $170,302,015 worldwide and that is a testament this Social Media Savvy killer doll really Slays. The Sequel M3GAN 2.0 will be coming this 2024.
Unseen is the latest horror offering from Blumhouse. Blumhouse has been on a winning streak when it comes to movies after the success of Black Phone, Sick, and M3GAN this production company had been winning in the horror genre. M3GAN alone made $160,441,035 for just a budget of 12 million. Blumhouse had mastered how to make box-office films for a fraction of the cost.
The hugely successful horror film M3GAN will be followed by a sequel titled M3GAN 2.0. Fans have already formed assumptions about what will happen in the sequel, particularly in light of what happened at the end of the first film. Allison Williams and Violet Mcgraw will return in the show’s second season. This implies that M3GAN is not yet finished with Gemma and Kady. M3GAN’s Physical actress Amie Donald and voice actress Jenna Davis are still not asked to return.
M3GAN 2 is currently under development after the success of the movie as it managed to break even on it’s first 3 days. Producer Jason Blum Celebrated breaking even on the first day.
Here comes another James Wan / Blumhouse production about an evil doll, but it’s not Annabelle this time. This girl was built with more abilities than just sitting there. M3GAN (short for Model 3 Generative Android) is a prototype for an ultra-high-tech line of children’s toys that promise to love them back. And M3GAN’s inventor knows the perfect test subject: her orphaned niece!
Run Sweetheart Run is a horror that will make you feel unsettle at the edge of your seat. It got originally finished back in 2019 but it got some re-shoots that made it better than the previous cuts. Director Shana Feste will make the female audience want to enroll for self-defense classes. Ella Balinska had bad luck when it comes to her TV shows because both Charlie’s Angels and Resident Evil got canceled but this could be the break that will make her a star.
The Visitor is another horror movie from Blumhouse Productions. It is the same company that gave us horror hits like Firestarter, Halloween Kills, Freaky, Us, The Purge, and Insidious trilogy. They always deliver when it comes to horror. Director Justin P. Lange collaborates with the writers Simon Boyes and Adam Mason to make this film happen. The Visitor will have thrills, mysteries, and dread.
For a while there in the late 90s, if you put out a book, movie or TV series with a supernatural bent, you were printing money. Harry Potter? Instant hit! Sabrina? Instant hit! Buffy? Instant hit! The market for fantasy was never so lucrative, nor has it been since. Why was this?
While Blumhouse’s “The Invisible Man” was lauded by critics as a successfully terrifying reinvention of a horror classic, one common complaint among the moviegoing public was that the trailer spoiled too much of the film.