Most of us can name at least one horror movie moment that shook us to our core. For me, it’s an early scene from The Ring, when a mother (Lindsay Frost) finds her daughter (Amber Tamblyn) — having watched the “killer videotape” exactly one week prior — horrifically unrecognizable; her face twisted and paralyzed in a scream. The moment left me facing my own biggest fear: The idea that without warning, something so horrible and shocking could happen to someone you loved. The mother’s horror was suddenly mine.
Halloween is less than 2 weeks away! In between prepping for a wedding (not mine) and a Halloween party (mine), I’ve been watching so many horror movies again this year. Of course, I think horror is a great genre year-round, but for those of you who only dabble in the black arts during Autumn, I […]via Top 10 Horror Movies for Halloween — Tiffany Renee Harmon
SATANIC PANIC is the latest film from director Chelsea Stardust (All That We Destroyed), adapted from a story by Ted Geoghegan (We Are Still Here) and Grady Hendrix (Mohawk), about a pizza delivery girl who visits the wrong house filled with Satanist looking for a sacrificial virgin. The film stars Rebecca Romijn (X-Men), Jerry O’Connell (Scream 2), Jordan Ladd (Cabin Fever), Ruby…via Blu-ray/DVD Review: SATANIC PANIC — Nightmarish Conjurings
EXCLUSIVE: Julian Grey has boarded Sony/Blumhouse/Red Wagon’s reboot of 1990s femme witchcraft pic The Craft which Zoe Lister-Jones is writing, directing and exec producing. A native Angelino, Grey recently wrapped his first feature film playing the fearless son of Will Ferrell and Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Fox Searchlight’s Downhill, directed by Nat Faxon and Jim Rash. The film,…via ‘The Craft’: Netflix ‘Godless’ Star Julian Grey Joins Sony-Blumhouse Revamp — Deadline
Image courtesy of BlumhouseIn J.D. Dillard’s follow up film to Sleight, he takes on the creature feature genre with SWEETHEART. The film, which stars Kiersey Clemons in a career-defining role, centers around a woman named Jenn who finds herself stranded on a desolate island after her boat crashes. As she tries to survive the elements,…via Fantastic Fest Interview: Co-Writer/Director J.D. Dillard for SWEETHEART — Nightmarish Conjurings