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February 6th Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include Grizzly, Victor Crowley, Welcome To Willits, Day Of The Dead: Bloodline

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February 6th is shaping up to be a busy day for horror and sci-fi fans, as there are a bunch of great films heading home on Tuesday. The highly anticipated Hatchet sequel, Victor Crowley, arrives on Blu-ray and DVD this week courtesy of Dark Sky Films, and Scream Factory and IFC Midnight have the slasher comedy Welcome to Willits on their release slate.

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is keeping busy this week with a slew of titles, including House of Demons, Keep Watching, and Family Possessions, and cult film fans will definitely want to pick up the brand new Blu-rays for Grizzly and The Gruesome Twosome.

Other notable releases for February 6th include Day of the Dead: Bloodline, Inoperable, the Friday the 13th: 8-Movie Collection, The Diabolical Dr. Z, and the Stephen King 6-Movie Collection.

Day of the Dead: Bloodline (Lionsgate, Blu-ray & DVD)

In this terrifying retelling of George A. Romero's zombie horror classic,
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February 2018 VOD & Digital Releases Include Tragedy Girls, Hellraiser: Judgment, Victor Crowley, Like Me

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With winter still in full swing, most genre fans are looking for entertainment alternatives they can enjoy from the comfort of their own homes, and February certainly has you covered, because we have over 20 films making their way to various VOD and digital streaming platforms this month.

The indie horror hybrid The Campus kicks things off on the 1st, and the very next day, Tragedy Girls (one of my very favorite films of 2017) finally comes home courtesy of Gunpowder & Sky. Undoubtedly two of the biggest sequels making their digital bows in February are Victor Crowley (February 6th) and Hellraiser: Judgment (February 13th), and Netflix is also keeping busy with a pair of exclusive releases: The Ritual from David Bruckner on the 9th and Duncan Jones’ Mute on the 23rd.

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is bringing home a pair of terror-filled treats on February 6th—House of Demons and Keep Watching
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Keep Watching: How ‘Creep’ and ‘Creep 2’ Revitalize Found Footage Horror

Keep Watching: How ‘Creep’ and ‘Creep 2’ Revitalize Found Footage Horror
The found footage horror film is, for the most part, dead. The cause of death was overexposure – after producers realized how quick and easy (and cheap!) it would be to create such films, the multiplexes became choked with them. You couldn’t swing a dead cat without hitting a found footage/faux documentary chiller (note: please […]

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Family Comes Under Sinister Surveillance in Official Trailer for Keep Watching, Co-Starring Bella Thorne & Chandler Riggs

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Horror fans are used to seeing Chandler Riggs take on the ravenous living dead on AMC's The Walking Dead, but he faces a threat that's all too human—and technological—in the official trailer for Keep Watching, coming to theaters for one night only on Halloween from Sony Pictures Entertainment.

"Keep Watching is in theaters everywhere on Halloween night, 10/31, at 10 Pm only.

A family imprisoned by intruders is forced to play a terrifying game. As the night unfolds, the game's mysterious rules become clear, and the family realizes their nightmare is being streamed live to riveted viewers all over the world, who are compelled to Keep Watching...not knowing if what they're seeing is real, or staged."

Directed by Sean Carter, Keep Watching stars Bella Thorne, Natalie Martinez, Chandler Riggs, Leigh Whannell, and Ioan Gruffudd.

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A Family is Trapped in Their Home and Forced to Survive in Trailer For the Horror Thriller Keep Watching

A trailer has been released for the upcoming horror thriller Keep Watching, which is about a family who is trapped in their home and forced to fight and survive as they are trying to be killed. The people behind their nightmarish ordeal also happens to be live streaming the insanity.

If you enjoy horror films then this might be a movie you'll want to check out. It looks like it has some interesting moments. Plus, you get to see The Walking Dead's Chandler Riggs go through hell in a completely different setting.

A family imprisoned by intruders is forced to play a terrifying game. As the night unfolds, the game’s mysterious rules become clear, and the family realizes their nightmare is being streamed live to riveted viewers all over the world, who are compelled to Keep Watching…not knowing if what they’re seeing is real, or staged.
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Trailer, poster & images will make sure you ‘Keep Watching’

Sean Carter, editor of the excellent, if underrated thriller, The Killing Room, makes his directorial feature debut with Keep Watching, which is unleashed in cinemas this Halloween.

A family imprisoned by intruders is forced to play a terrifying game. As the night unfolds, the game’s mysterious rules become clear, and the family realizes their nightmare is being streamed live to riveted viewers all over the world, who are compelled to Keep Watching…not knowing if what they’re seeing is real, or staged…

Starring Bella Thorne, Natalie Martinez, Chandler Riggs, Leigh Whannell and Ioan Gruffudd, Keep Watching is released in the Us on Halloween, October 31st – for one night only!
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Trailer for horror Keep Watching starring Bella Thorne, Chandler Riggs, Leigh Whannell and Ioan Gruffudd

Ahead of its one night only Halloween release, a poster and trailer have arrived online for the upcoming horror Keep Watching. Directed by Sean Carter, the film stars Bella Thorne, Natalie Martinez, Chandler Riggs, Leigh Whannell, and Ioan Gruffudd; check them out here…

A family imprisoned by intruders is forced to play a terrifying game. As the night unfolds, the game’s mysterious rules become clear, and the family realizes their nightmare is being streamed live to riveted viewers all over the world, who are compelled to Keep Watching…not knowing if what they’re seeing is real, or staged.

Keep Watching is set for release on October 31st.
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Bella Thorne's Horror Movie Is Coming to Theaters on Halloween, but There's a Catch

Of course a new trailer for Keep Watching dropped on Friday the 13th. The latest frightful addition to Fall's gripping horror movie slate stars Bella Thorne and The Walking Dead's Chandler Riggs. It focuses on a family that's trapped in its own house with a deranged killer. There's a catch, though: he's rigged their house with a dozen or two dozen cameras, and he wants them to fight back. To add yet another twist, Sony has decided to release the film in theaters for just one night . . . and just one showing. Keep Watching will play everywhere at 10 p.m. on Halloween night. Why? As the deranged killer says in the trailer, "because it's fun."
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The New Mutants, The Star, and Keep Watching top our Friday the 13th news roundup!

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The New Mutants, The Star, and Keep Watching top our Friday the 13th news roundup!The New Mutants, The Star, and Keep Watching top our Friday the 13th news roundup!Amanda Wood10/13/2017 3:28:00 Pm

We’ve got a few creepy new trailers and a distinctly less creepy featurette today in our Friday the 13th roundup!

Faith-based animated film The Star features some pretty exciting artists on the soundtrack, and a new featurette was released today giving a behind the scenes look at the production of one of the songs. Everyone from Oprah to Keegan-Michael Key to Christopher Plummer lend their voices to The Star, which is pretty exciting if you ask us. Catch it in theatres November 17.

Halloween is creeping up faster than usual this year, but the spooky movies definitely aren’t disappointing. A trailer dropped for Keep Watching, which might win the award for the month’s creepiest movie.
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Everything Goes Up in Flames in this Second Trailer for Keep Watching

Tagline: "We're Watching You." Formerly titled Home Invasion, Keep Watching has a second trailer. The first was released this past Summer. The latest clip is a bit more tense as a family fights off a masked group. The film will show, in theatres, for one night only - Halloween Night! And, the film stars: Bella Thorne, Ioan Gruffudd, Natalie Martinez and Chandler Riggs. Fans of home invasion thrillers can find the latest trailer here and an updated film poster. The trailer shows a family surprised by a home invasion. Dad gets the worst of it, while other characters are tormented. It appears that the killers are motivated by evil, Iago-style. But, much is kept in mystery. Screen Gems will handle the theatrical launch in October. The one-night showing will take place at 10:00pm, in the United States. D Films is handling the film's launch in Canada. Though, a release
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‘Keep Watching’ Trailer: Bella Thorne Plays A Terrifying Game

Bella Thorne has become the unexpected bearer of Halloween treats for genre fans this season. The actress stars in the horror comedy “The Babysitter“ which hits Netflix today, and in just a couple of weeks she’ll be telling audiences to “Keep Watching.”

Co-starring Natalie Martinez, Chandler Riggs, Leigh Whannell and Ioan Gruffudd, and directed by Sean Carter, the film brings a found-footage/Pov twist to your standard invasion movie.

Continue reading ‘Keep Watching’ Trailer: Bella Thorne Plays A Terrifying Game at The Playlist.
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Trailer for Halloween-only Release ‘Keep Watching’

Trailer for Halloween-only Release ‘Keep Watching’
We told you the other day that Sean Carter’s long-delayed Keep Watching (formerly Home Invasion) will be releasing this coming Halloween night. The one-night only event takes place at 10pm before eventually arriving on VOD and DVD in the near future. For now, here’s the official trailer for the film that… “Follows a family imprisoned by intruders must […]
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Keep Watching Starring Bella Thorne and Chandler Riggs Gets Halloween Release

The last time we talked about the upcoming Bella Thorne and Chandler Riggs home invasion thriller Keep Watching was back in August when we shared the flick’s trailer (which you can see, again, below). Today we have news via Erc… Continue Reading →

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Stephen King short story Suffer the Little Children heading to the big screen

Fresh from the box office success of the latest Stephen King adaptation It, director Sean Carter (Keep Watching) has signed on to bring another of the author’s tale to the big screen in Suffer the Little Children, a short story from Nightmares & Dreamscapes.

“The Stephen King aesthetic has been imprinted into my psyche since I was a teenager, and Suffer the Little Children fits right into that classic King paradigm: a tragically flawed lead character put into a shockingly unimaginable scenario,” said Carter. “It’s a tiny peek into a mythology that I can’t wait to expand into a full-length movie.”

A supernatural thriller, Suffer the Little Children “centers on a recently divorced first-grade schoolteacher who notices some “unsettling” traits in the children in her class: flashes of a bizarre texture lurking underneath their skin and a chilling, conspiratorial secrecy to the way they play together. And now,
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Stephen King's Short Story Suffer The Little Children is Getting a Film Adaptation

Stephen King has always been a hot commodity in Hollywood. We've been seeing his books and stories adapted into films and TV shows since the 70s. But, with It exploding at the box office, he's probably more popular now than ever.

Deadline reports that a new King project is being adapted into a feature film. It's based on a supernatural short story called Suffer the Little Children and it's being adapted by writer and director Sean Carter. This story was published in King’s Nightmares & Dreamscapes and this is what it's about:

Suffer the Little Children is a supernatural thriller that centers on a recently divorced first-grade schoolteacher who notices some “unsettling” traits in the children in her class: flashes of a bizarre texture lurking underneath their skin and a chilling, conspiratorial secrecy to the way they play together. And now, people in her new town are dying mysteriously. Is this all just paranoia,
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Stephen King's Suffer the Little Children Is Becoming a Movie

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Stephen King's Suffer the Little Children Is Becoming a Movie
Just one day after Stephen King's It adaptation broke box office records with a massive $123.4 million, another one of the author's iconic stories will be heading to the big screen. Stephen King's Suffer the Little Children is being developed as a movie adaptation, with Sean Carter (Keep Watching) being set to write and direct. Craig Flores, Nicolas Chartier and Sriram Das have been attached to produce. No production schedule has been given, but with the blockbuster release of It, it could be the catalyst for a number of Stephen King adaptations getting started. Here's what Sean Carter had to say in a statement.

"The Stephen King aesthetic has been imprinted into my psyche since I was a teenager, and Suffer the Little Children fits right into that classic King paradigm: a tragically flawed lead character put into a shockingly unimaginable scenario. It's a tiny peek into a mythology that
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Stephen King’s ‘Suffer the Little Children’ Getting Feature Film Adaptation

Stephen King’s ‘Suffer the Little Children’ Getting Feature Film Adaptation
The Stephen King renaissance is in full swing. And we couldn’t be happier. Hot on the heels of It shattering box office records, Deadline reports today Stephen King’s short story Suffer the Little Children is next on deck to receive a feature film adaptation! Sean Carter (Keep Watching) will direct the film. First published in […]
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Bella Thorne Looks Like a Unicorn Frappuccino at Teen Choice Awards

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2017-08-14T14:07:53-07:00Bella Thorne Looks Like a Unicorn Frappuccino at Teen Choice Awards

Unicorns are real and Bella Thorne is proof. The 19-year-old actress stepped out at the 2017 Teen Choice Awards in L.A. rocking a unicorn-inspired look on Sunday, August 13.

Thorne, who was nominated in the Choice Snapchatter category, embellished her marsala pink hair, which was styled in luscious waves, with colorful glitter in her roots that also adorned (and contoured) her forehead.

The Keep Watching actress also wore hot pink eyeshadow on her upper lids and rocked thick, shimmery turquoise liner on her lower lid for a dramatic feline eye.

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Bella Thorne also stars in Famous in Love.
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Kill Or Be Killed - First Trailer for Voyeur Horror Film 'Keep Watching'

"They want us to fight back!" Voltage Pictures has released an official trailer for a horror film called Keep Watching, a creepy voyeur thriller about a family imprisoned by intruders. The concept of this one is a bit uncomfortable, but that's what makes it horror, right? A bunch of cameras are rigged up in a house where a family is tormented, while live viewers can watch as they're killed off. But they don't know if what they're watching is real or staged, they're just told to "keep watching". (Cue eye roll now.) The cast includes Bella Thorne, Natalie Martinez, Christopher Baker, Ioan Gruffudd, and Chandler Riggs. This looks a bit too bland and uninteresting, despite the freaky concept. And I'm guessing no studio wants to deal with the backlash of releasing a movie about watching people die, but it is finished and just waiting for a release. Here's the first
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Slasher Stalks Bella Thorne in the ‘Keep Watching’ Trailer

Slasher Stalks Bella Thorne in the ‘Keep Watching’ Trailer
Sony Screen Gems was planning on playing a new game with audiences last December: kill or be killed. They had originally planned to release Sean Carter’s Keep Watching (formerly Home Invasion) for release in theaters on December 2, 2016, only it never arrived. The film follows family imprisoned by intruders must play a terrifying life-and-death […]
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