New Trailer For Blumhouse’s “Night Swim” Released

Night-SwimBlumhouse and Atomic Monster, the producers of M3GAN, has released a second trailer for its upcoming supernatural thriller, Night Swim.

The film is on the 2014 short film by Rod Blackhurst and Bryce McGuire.

It stars Wyatt Russell (The Falcon and the Winter Soldier) as Ray Waller, a former major league baseball player forced into early retirement by a degenerative illness, who moves into a new home with his concerned wife Eve (Oscar® nominee Kerry Condon, The Banshees of Inisherin), teenage daughter Izzy (Amélie Hoeferle, The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes) and young son Elliot (Gavin Warren, Fear the Walking Dead).

Secretly hoping, against the odds, to return to pro ball, Ray persuades Eve that the new home’s shimmering backyard swimming pool will be fun for the kids and provide physical therapy for him. But a dark secret in the home’s past will unleash a malevolent force that will drag the family under, into the depths of inescapable terror.

Night Swim is set for release on January 5, 2024, by Universal Pictures.


Blumhouse’s “Imaginary” Official Trailer Released

Blumhouse and Lionsgate have recently released the trailer for the upcoming supernatural horror film “Imaginary”, which was also attached to Five Nights at Freddy’s.

The film itself is from the producer of ‘M3GAN’ and ‘Five Nights at Freddys’, and is a concept-driven horror about childhood imagination.

Directed by Jeff Wadlow (Never Back Down, Kick-Ass 2) ,the film stars DeWanda Wise, Tom Payne, Taegan Burns, Pyper Braun, with Veronica Falcon, and Betty Buckle

Imaginary is set to be released by Lionsgate on March 8, 2024

Here’s the film’s official synopsis:
When Jessica moves back into her childhood home with her family, her youngest stepdaughter Alice develops an eerie attachment to a stuffed bear named Chauncey she finds in the basement. Alice starts playing games with Chauncey that begin playful and become increasingly sinister.


“Santa Isn’t Real” Release Date And Trailer Release

“Have Yourself A Scary Little Christmas” says the poster tagline for XYZ’s holiday horror film “Santa Isn’t Real”. A trailer for the film has also been recently released (below).

The film is written and directed by Zac Locke (The Voyeurs, Black Christmas), whose credits includes #Float, the 2018 sorority-killings shocker Black Christmas, the comedy-fantasy Country Gold, Vengeance, and The Voyeurs, starring Sydney Sweeney.

Staring Scarlett Sperduto, Dana Millican, Kaya Coleman, “Santa Isn’t Real” is set for release to digital and VOD on December 8, 2023.

Here’s the film’s official synopsis:

After suffering a brutal attack on Christmas eve, a young woman, Nikki, struggles to convince her friends that the assailant was none other than Ol’ Kris Kringle. When Santa returns to terrorize the group in their remote cabin the next Christmas, Nikki and her friends must overcome disbelief as they fight to stay alive.


Zombie Comedy “As We Know It” Trailer Release

The zombie comedy is from Josh Monkarsh and stars Mike Castle, Oliver Cooper, Taylor Blackwell, with Chris Parnell, and Pam Grier.

Set in Los Angeles in the late 1990s, struggling writer James Bishop grapples with the emotional shrapnel of a recent breakup with his longtime girlfriend, Emily. As James holds up in his Hollywood Hills home with writer’s block, his eccentric best friend Bruce shows up with bad news. The city has plunged into chaos by an unusual zombie outbreak, courtesy of tainted soy milk, wreaking havoc on James’ semi-charmed kinda life. With the streets of Los Angeles swarming with the undead, James, Bruce, and Emily come together to barricade themselves in the house while reconciling their personal struggles. And occasionally, letting in the only food delivery service still operating, Abracadabra.

Bringing together elements of romance, friendship, and the absurdity of survival, AS WE KNOW IT is a rollercoaster of laughs and unexpected twists. With the fate of humanity hanging in the balance, our trio must confront their own demons, rekindle lost love, and, of course, avoid being turned into the living dead. Packed with witty dialogue, nostalgic nods to the ’90s, and a unique blend of comedy and horror, AS WE KNOW IT is a riotous ride that proves even in the face of an apocalypse, there’s always room for love and laughter.

AS WE KNOW IT is co-written and directed by Josh Monkarsh. Co-written by Brandon DePaolo and Christopher Francis. Produced by Monkarsh and Daniel Cummings, and Co-produced by K. Asher Levin and Joshua Fruehling. Cinematography by Stephen St. Peter. Composed by Michl Britsch. A Traffic City Productions film.

The film will be in theatres in New York City, Chicago, and Seattle on November 10th, in Los Angeles on November 15th and Boston on November 17th.


Mystery/Thriller “Ghosts of the Void” Set Release Date

Jen and Tyler used to have it all: a solid marriage, a nice home, and careers that promised a bright future. But when Tyler’s drinking problem worsens, and his writer’s block continues, the debt collectors show no mercy, forcing the couple out of their home and into their car.

Beyond stressed, exhausted, and overwhelmed with feelings of failure, Jen and Tyler park their car in a vacant lot, hoping to get a good night’s sleep before dealing with the realities of tomorrow. However, their sleep becomes interrupted by homeless passersby, mischievous local kids, and eventually, ominous strangers in harrowing masks.

The film has set screening in limited theaters which began on October 13, 2023, and on digital and on demand on November 7, 2023.

Writer/director Jason Miller carefully crafts a riveting, slow-burn thriller that delves deep into the psychological depths of a crumbling marriage stuck in the middle of nowhere. GHOSTS OF THE VOID exposes the fragility of the human psyche in the face of adversity, while leaving audiences to question the thin line between reality and the supernatural.

GHOSTS OF THE VOID is written and directed by Jason Miller. Produced by Seth Savoy, Mike Ware, and Tony Kamin. Executive produced by Cory Coken, Bryen Hensley, Anthony Marchese, Jamie Vanadia, Edward Weil, Ted Reilly, Mark Glassgow, AND Kelly Waller. Cinematography by Nathan Salter. Edited by Brendan Jamieson. Composed by Devin Delaney. A Speakeasy Films production.


‘She’s Coming’ Clip For The “The Fall Of The House of User” Series Released

The Fall of the House of Usher is the gothic horror drama from Netflix is set to premiere on Oct 12, 2023. This week, Netflix has release a new clip. See below.

The miniseries stars Carla Gugino, Bruce Greenwood, Mary McDonnell, Henry Thomas, Kate Siegel, Rahul Kohli, Samantha Sloyan, T’Nia Miller.

Here’s a short synopsis about about “The Fall Of The House of User”:
To secure their fortune — and future — two ruthless siblings build a family dynasty that begins to crumble when their heirs mysteriously die, one by one.


Horror-Comedy “Courtney Gets Possessed” Sets Release

Horror-comedy “Courtney Gets Possessed” sets release on digital and on demand on Friday, November 3, 2023.

“Courtney Gets Possessed” is written and directed by Jono Mitchell and Madison Hatfield. Produced by Hatfield and Jordan Blair Brown. Executive Produced by Stephen Beehler, Jegor Jersov, and Jono Mitchell. Cinematography by Brett A. Frager. Composed by Jordan Bennett. A Peach Jam Pictures production.

See the full trailer below.

Here’s the film’s synopsis:
It’s the ultimate showdown between love and the underworld when bride-to-be Courtney runs into a bit of an ex problem: her old flame is none other than the Devil himself, and she knows he’s close.

With her nuptials on the line and the Prince of Darkness lurking close by, Courtney does her best to protect her childhood home on the eve of the wedding. But when her ne’er-do-well sister accidentally invites Satan inside (known more casually as Dave), he possesses Courtney – throwing a demonic wrench into her happily-ever-after plans. Courtney’s ragtag team of reluctant heroes including her sister, perfectionist best friend, and skeptical future sister-in-law must find a way to exorcise Dave, reclaim Courtney’s soul, and get her down the aisle with as little bloodshed as possible.


“Herd”: Trailer Debut And Release Date Of Action-Driven Horror Film

Herd Action Horror FilmThe horror action film from Dark Sky Films is set to be in theaters and on digital and VOD October 13th, with special screening and panel at New York Comic Con October 12th.

“Herd” is directed by Steven Pierce and written by. James Allerdyce & Steven Pierce. The film stars Ellen Adair (The Sinner, Homeland), Mitzi Akaha (Modern Love Tokyo), Jeremy Holm (House of Cards, Mr. Robot), Amanda Fuller (Starry Eyes, Last Man Standing), Dana Snyder (Aqua Teen Hunger Force), Brandon James Ellis (Iron Fist), Jeremy Lawson (TV’s Walker, TV’s The Real O’Neals), Corbin Bernsen (L.A. Law, Major League, The Dentist) and Timothy V. Murphy (Sons of Anarchy, Criminal Minds)

Here’s the film’s official synopsis:

When Jamie Miller and her wife, Alex Kanai, try to save their failing marriage by going on a canoe trip in rural Missouri, they find themselves stranded after an accident. Alex breaks her leg during a canoe flip and they must slowly make their way to the nearest small town for help. Upon arriving they find it has been overrun by virus-infected “Heps” and extreme right wing local militias who are battling them.

The leader of one of the groups, “Big John Gruber”, shuttles them to safety at his bunker where they are welcomed by a seemingly friendly group of locals, but after witnessing personal and gruesome horrors, the women know they must escape.

Jamie and Alex now find themselves on the run, caught between the group that saved them, a competing militia, and the growing infected Hep threat.


Brad Anderson To Direct George A. Romero’s Twilight of the Dead

Roundtable Entertainment Announces Brad Anderson To Direct George A. Romero’s Twilight of the Dead

Brad Anderson is set to direct George A. Romero’s final film Twilight of the Dead, produced and financed by multi-platform production company Roundtable Entertainment. Roundtable recently announced a partnership with the Romero estate to bring Twilight of the Dead to the screen.

Anderson expressed: “George Romero’s 1968 classic Night of the Living Dead may have been the first real horror movie I ever saw and its shock value, its keen social relevance, and even the means by which it was made were all hugely inspirational to me. George’s “indie spirit”, his Do-It-Yourself approach to filmmaking – outside of the main industry; on a shoestring budget; collaborating with family and friends – is exactly how I made my first film, and to some extent still make films now. Night of the Living Dead, and many of those that followed, wove together straight up horror with pointed social commentary. This unexpected combination is what elevated George’s films, and for me it is exactly what is most exciting about Twilight of the Dead. This too is a zombie movie in which limbs fly and heads roll, but one that is also about social transformation, one that asks the question: What is it to be human? It is also a horror movie with “heart” and, dare I say, hope. As a filmmaker who relishes combining and reinventing genres, the chance to bring to life (so to speak!) this last installment in George Romero’s zombie franchise is a true honor and a privilege.”

“Brad is the ideal filmmaker to bring this project to life. Both Brad and George began their careers in the independent film scene and have directed seminal movies in the genre space and beyond. Brad has had tremendous success both commercially and critically and Roundtable is thrilled to have him onboard to direct” remarked John Baldecchi. “Twilight of the Dead is the seventh and final chapter of the Dead series and we think Brad is the perfect storyteller to bring this cinematic tale about the human condition to life.”

Twilight of the Dead is produced by Suzanne Romero, John Baldecchi, Ardvella Entertainment’s Stephanie Caleb, Paolo Zelati, and Sarah Donnelly, with Executive Producers Dominic Ianno, Alex Dundas, Jason Resnick, Chris Roe, and Luis Riefkohl. George A. Romero and Paolo Zelati penned the treatment, with the screenplay written by Joe Knetter, Robert Lucas, and Paolo Zelati. Stephanie Holbrook is casting the film. While specifics are currently undisclosed, Twilight Of The Dead plans to be in production later this year.

Roundtable Entertainment was launched in early 2022 by media executives Dominic Ianno, John Baldecchi, Griffin Gmelich, and Alex Dundas, and adds Twilight of the Dead to its impressive portfolio of IP.


New Fear Unlocked… Official Teaser for “Thanksgiving” Released

Hostel director Eli Roth returns in the upcoming horror film “Thanksgiving”, with the release of the first teaser for the slasher film.

Here is the film’s tagline: After a Black Friday riot ends in tragedy, a mysterious Thanksgiving-inspired killer terrorizes Plymouth, Massachusetts – the birthplace of the infamous holiday.

The movie is for release in time for the holiday season on November 17, 2023. Eli Roth wrote the script along with Jeff Rendell.
Roth also produced it with Roger Birnbaum.

The cast for the movie includes Patrick Dempsey, Addison Rae, Jalen Thomas Brooks (“Walker”), Milo Manheim (Zombies), Nell Verlaque (“Big Shot”), Gina Gershon (“Chucky”), Tim Dillon and Rick Hoffman (Hostel).

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