Watch Gameplay from Upcoming AR Game ‘Ghostbusters World’
“Ghostbusters World gameplay will enable players to battle and capture hundreds of ghosts from all dimensions of the franchise, including the films, TV shows, comic books, theme parks, and video games. The game will also feature new and unique ghosts to the franchise.”
Source: Bloody Disgusting
Contracted Director Eric England Accused of Assault
“For many years I have been keeping this man’s secret from going public. For many years I had to make sure I was safe and of sound mind coming forward. I wanted to come from a place of kindness and without fear. Well, today is the day. For three years, director Eric England abused me physically, emotionally, mentally, and sexually.”
Source: Dread Central
Paramount COO Andrew Gumpert Reflects on ‘Cloverfield,’ Premium VOD and Losing Jordan Peele
“Asked by Ziffren if there was any deal he regrets Paramount letting slip through its fingers, Gumpert cited the example of Jordan Peele, who rose to fame on Viacom-owned Comedy Central but ended up making his breakout directorial debut, “Get Out,” at Universal Pictures.
Gumpert believes had Viacom been operating in a less silo-ed fashion, Peele could have been lured over to Paramount to make his movie.”
The ’80s Show, ‘V’ Is Being Remade As A Movie
“The popular ’80s series, V is now making its way to the silver screen and is kicking off a new trilogy. The sci-fi had told the story of a few carnivorous reptilian humanoid aliens, the Visitors, who land on Earth and to take over the planet.”
Source: Best of Comic Books
EXCLUSIVE: BRAD FULLER & ANDREW FORM ON ABANDONED FRIDAY THE 13TH SEQUEL
“That one still hurts every day. We were a couple of weeks from filming on that one, Guzikowski wrote an unbelievable script, we found the camp... That one still hurts.”
Source: JoBlo / Arrow-In-The-Head
Go Figure, Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare and Rampage Get PG-13 Ratings
Rampage has been rated PG-13 for “sequences of violence, action and destruction, brief language, and crude gestures.” And Blumhouse’s Truth Or Dare has been rated PG-13 for “violence and disturbing content, alcohol abuse, some sexuality, language and thematic material.”
Source: Dread Central
MARK HAMILL WANTS A STAR WARS HORROR MOVIE ABOUT A FORCE GHOST
"You know what I'd love to see?", the Luke Skywalker actor told IGN in an interview. "A Force Ghost that's, like, actually frightening. Not somebody that's beatifically smiling down from the clouds or coming to give exposition - you know, a ghost is scary! But we'll see. My work here is done.”
Mega Rare Cut of ‘The Shining’ With Never Seen Deleted Scene Goes Up for Auction
“Long cut of the original film The Shining containing the scene in which Wendy, played by Shelley Alexis Duvall, carries Danny, played by little Danny Lloyd. These cuts, given by Kubrick to D’Alessandro, are particularly rare because the director notoriously burned all the leftovers at the conclusion of the editing.”
Source: Bloody Disgusting
Release: March 31st
Ellie, a recovering drug addict, has just moved to a new city with her two teenage children. She has struggled to stay sober in the past and is determined to make it work this time, finding a stable job and regularly attending her meetings. Unfortunately, new friends, a new job, and the chance of a new life, can't keep Ellie from slipping once again. Her life changes when she meets Christopher - a different kind of addict - which forces her daughter and son to accept a new version of Ellie.
Source: Upcoming Horror Movies
Release: March 27th
On their way home from partying, Tara (Jenna Kanell) and Dawn (Catherine Corcoran) cross paths with a mysterious clown on Halloween night. What begins as a seemingly innocent encounter soon takes a turn for the worse as the clown's playful antics become the prelude to something much more terrifying: The stranger is a sadistic madman named Art the Clown who murders everyone in his path. A gruesome game of cat and mouse ensues as the women take refuge in an abandoned warehouse, becoming the maniac's latest target. Who will make it out alive and what will be left of them?
Source: Upcoming Horror Movies
Horror At the Box Office:
Pacific Rim: Uprising dethroned Black Panther after holding the top spot for five weeks running. The film was able to rake in over $28 million dollars domestically.
Also in its first week in, the Steven Soderbergh directed “Unsane” was unable to claw its way into the top ten as it held the eleventh spot, bringing in over $3.8 million dollars. Considering the film was completely recorded and edited with an iPhone, these are some pretty impressive numbers.
In other films, Strangers: Prey at Night dropped from eight to fourteen while Annihilation dropped down from eleven to eighteen.
Source: Box Office Mojo
“THE DIMINISHED is a 90's inspired horror film that is all about millennial life. Sex. Drugs. Rock and Roll. Childhood trauma. #MeToo. The true nature of evil. Being really, really high... All of these things and more are at play in this whirlwind story that takes you through one crazy night in a haunted house like none other…”
Hello, My Name is Bob!
“Hello My Name Is Bob tells the story of an workaholic pencil pusher who has his world turned upside down when a mysterious oddball enters his life and wrecks havoc.
With my teams knowledge of horror, we plan to make this film extremely enjoyable and entertaining. There is no doubt in my mind this film will be one to remember.”
We’ve decided to also add on an additional feature where an expert within the community shares her favorite relatively unknown horror shops! Big thanks to Stephanie Malone from Morbidly Beautiful for her recommendation today and in future installments of this weekly column!
HORROR SHOP OF THE WEEK: NAMELESS CITY APPAREL
When fellow journalist Kyle Laugh asked me to guest post on LongLiveTheVoid.com, a site I really enjoy and respect, I was honored and excited to jump at the chance — especially when the topic is so near and dear to my heart. He asked me to highlight some of my favorite lesser known Horror shops that deserve way more attention. The hardest part was picking one to start with, as there are so many killer shops out there I’m dying to introduce you to. But, since I just received a recent order from one of my favorite shops, I’m going to start with Nameless City Apparel, a small online clothing store offering a wide variety of apparel inspired by Horror and Alternative film and literature.
There are a ton of jaw-dropping designs that will appeal to genre fans. As a former English major and serious lit nerd, I love how many designs pay homage to some of the great Horror fiction writers, including Stephen King, Mary Shelley, Thomas Fahy, and Bram Stoker. The site offers a great selection of tees, tanks, baseball tees, and totes — with truly unique and stylish designs you won’t find anywhere else. The quality is exceptional, and most items come pre-laundered and ready to wear. This gives the ink that soft to the touch feel and prevents the item from fading or shrinkage. It’s that extra special love and care that helps separate this amazing shop from so many others.
Beyond how drool-worthy the designs are and how great these shirts look when you put them on, the main reason I’m such a strong supporter of this site is because of how much the shop owner truly loves his customers and the Horror community. He’s one of the kindest, most genuine people you’ll ever meet. He’s so supportive of other indie shops and small businesses and is always going out of his way to spread the love and encouragement. THIS is the kind of shop you can feel good about giving your hard earned money to.
*Note : With this and all future shop recommendations, I’m not compensated in any way for these reviews. These are shops I actually patronize and regularly support. They are shops I honestly think you will fall in love with like I have.
Stephanie Malone, Morbidlybeautiful.com
Have you listened to the newest Beyond the Void Horror Podcast? You should they interview the Director Yfke Van Berckelaer who co directed the Documentary "Xangadix Lives" about the movie "The Johnsons" (1992). It's pretty fun! They talk Demon Embryo Gods, Hair Metal Puppet Space Movies & a lot more. LIsten here or on iTunes HERE.