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The technology based anthology show, Black Mirror, has released a teaser for its upcoming and highly anticipated fourth season. Revealed were the titles of six new episodes of the Netflix original series. For me, the show comes closer to the original Twilight Zone, than say, The Outer Limits or Tales From the Darkside. The show's quality stories and overall creepy feel has brought us some of the better mind trips in recent memory.
Titles listed in the teaser include, “Crocodile,” “Arkangel,” “Hang the DJ” (which appears to star Rosario Dawson), “USS Callister,” “Metalhead,” “Black Museum.” The trailer doesn’t give us much to go on, a few short clips accompany each new title, but with no official synopses released, all us fans can do is speculate what the episodes will be about. Netflix did not disclose an official release date for the new episodes, but ‘soon’ is that we were told in the teaser. »
- Seth McDonald
According to recent report from Screenrant, the titles for the upcoming Riverdale season 2 episodes 6 and 7 have been revealed! They sound really dark too. Apparently, episode 6 is going to be called, “Chapter Nineteen: Death Proof.” Then the title for episode 7 is labeled, “Chapter Twenty: Tales From The Darkside.” The producer of the show Roberto Aguirre Sacasa recently hit up his official Twitter account to tease that something very dark will happen for three of the main characters in episode 7. He wrote, “This is one of my Favorite scripts for #Riverdale so far… But it won’t be for Jughead, Josie, and Betty…” Judging from that statement, It sounds like we’re going to see Jughead, Josie and Betty possibly get themselves into a very sticky situation. You guys can see Sacasa’s tweet by Clicking Here. As previously reported, Sacasa recently revealed that a new dark villain is going to show up at some point. »
- Andre Braddox
HBO has a new series that takes a stab at the anthology storytelling format, from the minds of brothers Mark and Jay Duplass (recently of HBO's gone-too-soon Togetherness), and it's coming soon: July 28. It's called Room 104, and here's why you should tune in. Who's Starring? A whole lot of people, since it's an anthology show. The bigger names include James Van Der Beek, Mae Whitman, Nat Wolff, Philip Baker Hall, Sarah Hay, Orlando Jones, Amy Landecker, and the Duplass brothers themselves. What It's About In a tradition established by shows like The Twilight Zone, Tales from the Darkside, and Black Mirror, Room 104 tells unrelated stories that run the gamut from scary to funny to poignant. All the stories share the running thread of taking place inside a nondescript hotel room that could have come out of any number of budget hotel chains like Super 8 or Motel 6. RelatedBryce Dallas »
- Andrea Reiher
Horror fans will be reunited with their favorite Good Guys doll when Cult of Chucky is released on home media beginning October 3rd, but those attending Horror Channel's FrightFest 2017 can encounter the deadly doll on August 24th when the seventh film in the Child's Play franchise makes its world premiere:
Press Release: Back in the heart of London’s West End for its 18th ‘adults-only’ anniversary, the world renowned horror and fantasy film festival will take place at the Cineworld Leicester Square and The Prince Charles Cinema from Aug 24 - Aug 28 2017, taking over five screens to present 64 films including 20 World, 22 European and 18 UK Premieres. Fourteen countries are represented spanning five continents, reflecting the current global popularity of the genre.
The opening night attraction is the global premiere of Universal Pictures Home Entertainment’s criminally entertaining Cult Of Chucky, with writer and director Don Mancini and stars Jennifer Tilly and Fiona Dourif in attendance, »
- Derek Anderson
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The film: In The Wraparound Story, Betty (Deborah Harry) is getting ready for a party by preparing poor little Timmy (Matthew Lawrence) as the meal. He tries to buy some time by telling her three stories; Lot 249 is a tale of college rivalries and resurrecting mummies; Cat From Hell features a wealthy old man taking out a hit on a black cat he believes to be evil, and finally Lover’s Vow, in which an artist witnesses a vicious murder, but the monster who committed »
Rebecca Lea Jul 3, 2017
The film: Louis Creed (Dale Midkiff) takes a job as a doctor at the University of Maine, moving into a new home with his wife Rachel (Denise Crosby) and their two young children, Ellie (Blaze Berdahl) and Gage (Miko Hughes). Their neighbour Jud (Fred Gwynne) takes a shine to the family and Louis in particular. Jud takes them to the local ‘pet sematary’ where children bury their pets, animals killed by the trucks on the road running past the Creeds’ house. When tragedy strikes, the sinister significance of the Micmac burial ground near the cemetery becomes clear.
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- Debi Moore
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- Steve Barton
8 items from 2017
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