28 Feb

How The Possession Changed Jeffrey Dean Morgan Forever

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There’s plenty for viewers to be scared of when it comes to the 2012 horror film “The Possession.” There’s the fact that it was based on the allegedly true story of the “dybbuk box,” a mysterious, cursed object that some claim is responsible for the physical and psychological torment of nearly everyone who owned or […]

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28 Feb

Here's When You Can Watch Scream At Home

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It’s a great time to be a legacy horror act, with “Halloween Kills,” “Texas Chainsaw Massacre,” “Candyman,” “Chucky,” and “Scream” all receiving remakes, sequels, continuation TV series, or requels over the last two years, and the “Hellraiser” remake on the way. Delayed from its original 2021 release due to the pandemic, “Scream” hit theaters in […]

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28 Feb

Escape From New York Is Getting An Extra-Special Blu-Ray Box Set With A 7 Inch Vinyl Record

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It looks like one of the coolest movies of all time is about to have a home video release to match. John Carpenter’s “Escape From New York” is getting a new release courtesy of Sacred Bones Records and Shout! Factory, and it features a whole host of goodies including newly recorded music from Carpenter himself. […]

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28 Feb

The Daily Stream: Euphoria Was Never Meant To Be Relatable, And Season 2 Proves It

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(Welcome to The Daily Stream, an ongoing series in which the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching, why it’s worth checking out, and where you can stream it.) The Series: “Euphoria” Where You Can Stream It: HBO Max The Pitch: “Euphoria” follows a group of teens getting high (and experiencing adolescent lows) at East Highland […]

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28 Feb

Jerry Seinfeld's Pop-Tart Movie Moving Forward After Scoring $14 Million Tax Credit, This Is Not A Mad-Lib

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I’m pretty sure I ate breakfast this morning and I’m not hallucinating this story. I mean, I’m not 100% positive, but here we are. I’m not sure how I missed the news that Jerry Seinfeld was making a Pop Tart movie, but it’s entirely possible that I thought it was a joke. This film is […]

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28 Feb

Chris Hemsworth Will Play The Lead Villain In Furiosa

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In “Blood, Sweat & Chrome: The Wild and True Story of Mad Max: Fury Road,” author Kyle Buchanan dug deep into not only the creation of “Mad Max: Fury Road,” but its upcoming prequel film, “Furiosa.” While “Furiosa” is still a ways away, with plans to premiere in 2024, at least fans can sink their teeth […]

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28 Feb

Live-Action Twisted Metal Series Lands At Peacock

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A classic Playstation game is getting the TV treatment: Peacock just announced they have a “Twisted Metal” series in the works. ’90s kids and classic video game fans will remember the original “Twisted Metal” as an apocalyptic demolition derby game that pitted characters against one another in a car fight to the death. The original […]

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28 Feb

Uncharted Cements Tom Holland's Movie Star Status While Cyrano And Studio 666 Bomb At The Box Office

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It was a semi-quite weekend at the box office, all things considered. The only new wide release was the Foo Fighters’ horror flick “Studio 666,” while the same three movies from last weekend repeated atop the box office, with Tom Holland’s “Uncharted” winning the day. A painful lesson or two was learned, a movie star […]

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28 Feb

This Child Actor Had No Idea They Were In A Horror Movie

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Horror movies cover a wide spectrum of the things that scare us, and creepy kids are responsible for some of the most haunting and iconic moments in movie history. Linda Blair terrified audiences as Regan MacNeil in “The Exorcist,” Lisa and Louise Burns as The Grady Sisters in “The Shining” are so recognizable, even people […]

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28 Feb

Why Dustin Hoffman Didn't Think He'd Get His Role In The Graduate

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Dustin Hoffman had never been the lead of a film before “The Graduate.” Hollywood is always wary about casting relatively unknown performers to be first on the call sheet of motion pictures, even if they have had tremendous success on stage or on television. Of course, the trouble with not casting unproven leads in films […]

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