Is a Killer Klowns From Outer Space Sequel in the Making?
During the 30th anniversary panel for Killer Klowns from Outer Space, the Chiodo brothers tease that we may see a sequel sooner than we think!
Source: Awkward Arsic YouTube Page
Park Officials in Arizona Have Decreed That an Underwater Jason Voorhees Statue Must Be Removed
As you may recall, an underwater Jason Voorhees statue at a diving site in Crosby, Minnesota went viral across the horror community earlier this year, an homage to the ending of Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives that was actually built and placed there by diver Doug Klein back in 2013. As it turns out, it wasn’t the only underwater Jason statue scaring divers!
Source: Bloody Disgusting
'Hardware' director Richard Stanley's adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's 'The Colour out of Space' coming 'in the near future'
It has been almost exactly three years since Elijah Wood’s indie-horror production company SpectreVision announced that it was teaming with Hardware director Richard Stanley for a film adaptation of “weird” author H.P. Lovecraft’s short story, “The Colour Out of Space.” Little has been heard about the film since, but in an interview with Birth.Movies.Death to support the release of the Nicolas Cage-starring Mandy, SpectreVision cofounder Josh C. Waller confirmed that Stanley’s film was still a go-project.
Source: Entertainment Weekly
‘VENOM’ DIRECTOR RUBEN FLEISCHER TALKS HORROR INFLUENCES, EMINEM, AND A POTENTIAL UNRATED VERSION
“As a comic book fan, I've seen all the comic book movies. I didn't have to watch them specifically for this. I was more interested in the kind of classic ‘80s horror movies. American Werewolf in London was a big influence on me, just because of the experience of being taken over by another. You know, [David] Cronenberg and John Carpenter, I just love his classic horror movies. Aesthetically, the director of photography and I talked a lot about the look of those films. Those were probably the ones that come to mind first as far as the look and the feeling of the movie.”
ELI ROTH TAKES AUDIENCES ON A DEEP DIVE INTO THEIR NIGHTMARES IN AMC'S HISTORY OF HORROR
When Eli Roth's name comes up in conversations, it's a safe bet that horror films are the topic of said discussion. Even though it's been five years since Roth released his last genre movie -- 2013's Green Inferno, which was an ultra gruesome send-up to '70s horror classic, Cannibal Holocaust -- the writer-director still resides in the fandom that inspired him to make Cabin Fever, his first breakout hit.
'Child's Play' Reboot Debuts First Look at New Chucky
Sources shared with ComicBook.com earlier this year that one character, named "Chen," is a "Chinese factory worker who commits suicide shortly after reprogramming a Buddy doll to have no limitations." As far as the iconic killer doll is concerned, Chucky is described as "a defective 'Buddy doll' whose programming code was hacked so that he has no limitations to learning and also violence."
JORDAN PEELE TEASES 'TWILIGHT ZONE' REBOOT, CBS TO LAUNCH CREEPY SERIES IN 2019
Peele released the first teaser for the notoriously creepy television reboot, which he is set to host, on Twitter Thursday. It was first announced the Oscar-winning director would executive produce the series along with Simon Kinberg and Marco Ramirez in December 2017. “Too many times this year it’s felt we were living in a twilight zone and I can’t think of a better moment to reintroduce it to modern audiences,” Peele said to Variety at the time.
Netflix’s first The Haunting of Hill House trailer is highly disturbing
The latest project from horror director Mike Flanagan, The Haunting of Hill House tells the tale of a family growing up in a haunted house. It bounces from past to present, as we see how this creepy house has driven the family apart and played with their minds.
Horror At The Box Office
Horror is sitting pretty at the box office right now! As of two weeks ago, “The Predator” had taken the top spot which aided in dropping “The Nun” down the second place.
“The Meg” was still holding up strongly in the 7th spot although the reviews coming from the horror community have been lacklustre to say the least. I personally enjoyed the film for its ability to crank out the jokes thanks to the actors involved but to claim it is a horror is truly an overstatement unless you have a personal fear of sharks or being underwater for long periods of time but in all, it is still a fun movie to watch.
As for this last week however, “The Nun” has taken over “The Predator” but both have been overtaken by both a kids and a “based on a novel” film which some people may or may not consider a horror film. Regardless, it’s purely based on the viewers mindset.
PUPPET MASTER: THE LITTLEST REICH
Release: September 25th, 2018
Recently divorced and reeling, Edgar (Lennon) returns to his childhood home to regroup his life. When Edgar finds a nefarious looking puppet in his deceased brother’s room, he decides to sell the doll for some quick cash at a small-town convention celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the infamous Toulon Murders. Girl-next-door Ashley (Pellicer) and his comic book shop boss, Markowitz (Franklin), join Edgar for the doomed road trip. All hell breaks loose when a strange force animates the puppets at the convention, setting them on a bloody killing spree that’s motivated by an evil as old as time.
Release: September 25th, 2018
With a serial killer preying upon girls on campus, Riley, an incoming freshman, finds herself entangled in a sinister plot involving a dark secret at the sorority that she pledged, while her father, Cole – the detective investigating the case – must uncover the identity of the killer before it’s too late…and Riley becomes the next victim.
Release: September 28th, 2018
College student NATALIE (Forsyth) is visiting her childhood best friend BROOKE (Edwards) and her roommate TAYLOR (Taylor-Klaus). If it was any other time of year these three and their boyfriends might be heading to a concert or bar, but it is Halloween which means that like everyone else they will be bound for HELL FEST – a sprawling labyrinth of rides, games, and mazes that travels the country and happens to be in town. Every year thousands follow Hellfest to experience fear at the ghoulish carnival of nightmares. But for one visitor, Hellfest is not the attraction – it is a hunting ground. An opportunity to slay in plain view of a gawking audience, too caught up in the terrifyingly fun atmosphere to recognize the horrific reality playing out before their eyes. As the body count and frenzied excitement of the crowds continues to rise, he turns his masked face to NATALIE, BROOKE, TAYLOR and their boyfriends who will fight to survive the night.
Hide In The Light
Siblings Kate and Todd lead a group of “Urban Explorers” who amuse themselves breaking into places and exploring what society has left behind. When the group dares to break into the town’s abandoned orphanage, they quickly find themselves trapped inside the building. While fighting for their lives, they will realize that one of the deceased orphans and her demonic friend lurk within the shadows, thirsty for new blood.
An undead teenage girl befriends a blind boy that she meets in a forest she haunts and hunts in. Both have been victims of unimaginable abuse, and each finds solace in the other. There may be a chance of light at the end of their tunnel, but it will come with a body count.
A group of teenagers unknowingly summon a paranormal presence during their weekend trip to the Joshua Tree desert. This monster mimics their appearances to hide among them and seeks to separate them into groups of five to complete its deadly ritual.
This week on Beyond The Void Horror Podcast They take on two new horror comedies that just released. Blood Fest & Slice. They talk about their spoiler free review, trivia, Spoilers Discussion after and their favorite scenes. See which one wins! You can listen here or you can Listen/Subscribe on iTunes here!