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‘Scream 6’ Isn’t Just Gory, It’s ‘100 Times Gorier’ Than Any ‘Scream’ Movie: The Directors ‘Were Always Asking for More Blood’

Ghostface is back, and blood is going to flow. Lots of blood. “Scream 6” cast member Melissa Barrera recently told Collider that the upcoming sequel has the potential to be 100 times gorier than any previous entry in the long-running horror franchise. According to the actor, directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett were always asking […]

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‘Escape From New York’ Reboot in the Works from ‘Scream 5’ Directors

Snake Plissken is back in action. A reboot of John Carpenter’s 1981 action film “Escape From New York” is set up at 20th Century Studios with the directing team Radio Silence attached to direct, two individuals with knowledge of the project told IndieWire.Radio Silence is made up of directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, Tyler Gillett, and Chad […]

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My Daughter Wants ‘Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio’ to Win Best Picture, So Why Can’t Her Wish Come True?

What a world we could live in if only we allowed the innocence of children to run it.My 11-year-old daughter Sophia is just learning about the scope of movies. You would assume the child of an entertainment writer and Oscar enthusiast might be well-versed in the styles of Akira Kurosawa and Steven Spielberg. Instead, she’s […]

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Wes Craven’s Exodus From One Community Kickstarted His Love For Film

When you think of horror directors, there’s often the impulse to assume that all of them have nursed a burning passion for the dark and scary since they were little kids reading issues of “Creepy” or “Weird Tales” in their bedrooms. And it is true that there are some directors who got into the horror […]

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Some Of John Carpenter’s Inspiration For Michael Myers’ Character Came From A Sci-Fi Classic

As the old saying goes, “success has many fathers, failure is an orphan.” John Carpenter’s 1978 classic, “Halloween,” is the very definition of a successful film: it made so much money that it held the record for the highest-grossing independent movie of all time for numerous years, and it became so influential that it not […]

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‘Terrifier’s Art the Clown is the Horror Icon of the 2020s

Torture porn was all the rage in the 2000s. Films like the Hostel and Saw franchises ruled our screens. We tasted gallons of blood and wanted more – much more. In many ways, torture porn within horror trends during periods of general nihilism that tend to occur during moments of political strife. Some forefathers of […]

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Tales From The Box Office: I Know What You Did Last Summer Cashed In On The New ’90s Slasher Craze

(Welcome to Tales from the Box Office, our column that examines box office miracles, disasters, and everything in between, as well as what we can learn from them.)It is hard to imagine a time in popular cinema without slasher films, yet that’s exactly what happened in the early ’90s once franchises like “Friday the 13th” […]

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The Radio Silence Team Is Set To Direct The Butcher & The Wren Adaptation

Radio Silence is continuing their Hollywood horror domination, and this time, they’re taking it to the small screen. The directing team behind “Scream” and “Ready or Not” are teaming up with Jennifer Yale to adapt the recently-released crime novel “The Butcher & The Wren” as a television series. Yale will serve as its showrunner, while […]

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