By Kyle Laugh

By Kyle Laugh




'Walking Dead' Actor Scott Wilson's Death Announced After News Of His Return To The Show


Hershel, a fan-favorite character, first appeared in Season 2 of the series before he was killed by villain the Governor in Season 4. Long gone characters have been known to return from time to time on “Walking Dead,” especially in visions when other characters have died. It’s not known what role Wilson will play in the upcoming season, but a safe bet is probably that it has something to do with Andrew Lincoln’s exit from the show.

Source: Huffington Post


The cat came back: First Look at the new movie version of Stephen King's Pet Sematary


Directed by Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kölsch, best known for the 2014 Hollywood horror-satire Starry Eyes, this April 5 film is the latest in a resurgence of King adaptations to follow the monstrous success of last year’s It. Like that tale of Pennywise and the Losers, Pet Sematary is not just based on a best-selling novel but also has an earlier screen adaptation, from 1989, that still leaves a cold spot in the hearts of fans.

Source: Entertainment Weekly


Richard Dreyfuss Wants ‘Jaws’ to Be Touched Up With CGI and Re-Released But Let’s Please Not


Look, we get that modern CGI has gotten insanely good – the CG shark in The Shallows, in particular, looks fantastic – but Dreyfuss’s suggestion that the shark in Jaws doesn’t “look as good as the rest of the movie” is indeed kinda blasphemous. As is his suggestion that the *perfect* film could somehow be improved by messing with its incredible effects work.

Source: Bloody Disgusting


Robert Kirkman’s ‘Outcast’ Officially Dead at Cinemax


The news comes as a little surprise. Outcast had been on the back burner at Cinemax, with its second season finale airing this summer, two and a half years after it was ordered and about two years after it was produced. The options on the cast have long lapsed, and everyone had moved on. A few months after Cinemax renewed Outcast for Season 2 in March 2016 ahead of its series premiere, the network overhauled its programming strategy, pulling away from expensive, dark hometown series like Outcast in favor of fun, high-octane, action, pulpy dramas done in a cost-effective way primarily as international co-productions.

Source: Deadline


James Wan, New Line Launch Horror Competition Reality Series 'Night Vision' (THR Exclusive)


For the series, 13 filmmakers will be chosen by a panel of leading horror directors, producers, writers and executives and presented with the challenge of creating the best, scariest short films possible. The winner will receive a once-in-a-lifetime development deal with New Line, often referred to as the House that Freddy Built, in reference to the Nightmare on Elm Street horror franchise that launched the company into prominence years ago. Over the years, New Line has produced scary movies ranging from the Final Destination series to the recent Stephen King adaptation, It.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter


Statement Regarding ‘Friday the 13th’ Court Ruling from Franchise Producer Horror, Inc. [BD Exclusive]

“We are disappointed in the court’s ruling and disagree with its conclusion. We are considering our options including an appeal. In the meantime, the court was very clear that its ruling in favor of Mr. Miller is limited to the original screenplay in which Jason’s mother is the killer and that Mr. Miller’s termination notice did not purport to terminate the separate copyright in the iconic supernatural killer who wears a hockey mask. It also does not grant any rights to Mr. Miller that would enable him to use any element of the original screenplay outside of the United States.

“Following the guidelines set down by the Court’s ruling, we intend to aggressively explore many opportunities for new projects featuring settings and characters (including the hockey mask-wearing killer) not included in Mr. Miller’s screenplay, and in fact are currently in development on new projects that are consistent with the ruling which will be announced soon.”

Source: Bloody Disgusting





Release: October 11th, 2018

Format: Shudder

When strange events occur in a neighborhood in Buenos Aires, a doctor specializing in the paranormal, her colleague, and an ex police officer decide to investigate further.



Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween

Release: October 12th, 2018

Format: Theatrical

Halloween comes to life in a brand-new comedy adventure based on R.L. Stine's 400-million-selling series of books.



Hotel Transylvania III: Summer Vacation

Release: October 9th, 2018

Format: DVD

Count Dracula has diligently maintained Hotel Transylvania so monster guests can vacation away from humans. Feeling tired and alone, he allows his daughter, Mavis, to take him on a cruise. Although hesitant, he embarks on his first vacation with family and friends in tow. Aboard the cruise ship Legacy, he meets Captain Ericka and quickly falls in love. Ericka is a descendant of Abraham Van Helsing, an ancient monster foe. Her evil plans try to turn love into hate as Dracula and the monsters enjoy the cruise and are blind to their fate



Horror at the Box-Office


As predicted, Venom’s premiere weekend has taken over all comers by breaking the October opening weekend record as it took in over $80 million dollars domestically and an additional $125 million on the foreign market. This is a massive feat not only considering the initial fan reactions to the first released trailer was less than stellar but critics have panned the films severely prior to its release. If I’ve said it once, i’ve said it a million times. I don’t trust trust most critic opinions, especially considering how poorly they’ve treated the horror genre for far too many years.

Coming up next week is the next installment in the Goosebumps franchise as well as a few biopics which may take some attention away from Venom, but I don’t see them doing too much damage, likely leaving Venom once again in the top spot.


New Trailers



For the first time in Horror history, “In Search of Darkness” will bring together ‘80s horror icons, modern horror greats, and popular horror influencers to create the most complete retrospective documentary of the genre ever made.

This is being crowd-funded on KICKSTARTER right now. You can be a part of it.




A group of young people become lost in the jungle during a river rafting trip and stumble upon a long lost ruin that is home to a host of mysterious monsters.



Captive State


Set in a Chicago neighborhood nearly a decade after an occupation by an extra-terrestrial force, “Captive State” explores the lives on both sides of the conflict – the collaborators and dissidents





Revolves around an all-American couple whose dream of starting a family is shattered after they move into the perfect New England neighborhood. Once settled, they soon after descend into the depths of terror as they struggle to survive a genuine threat from a dark presence that appears to want to end their very lives.




Kyle is an all around lover of horror. Mainstream, Underground and more! He's passionate about the community we all belong to. 



This week on Beyond The Void Horror Podcast  is back with their segment #graveplots! Where they make a movie up on the spot. This week it’s Ouija Cop. About a cop who communes with the dead to solve crime. There’s even a faux trailer for the movie! You can listen here or you can Listen/Subscribe on iTunes here!