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‘Hellraiser’ Reboot Coming From ‘The Ritual’ and ‘The Night House’ Director David Bruckner

That Hellraiser reboot is still happening, and it has found its director. Last year, word broke that David S. Goyer was writing and producing a new take on Clive Barker’s horror classic, and now the project has attached David Bruckner to helm. Bruckner directed segments in horror anthology films V/H/S and Southbound, as well as […]

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New ‘Scream’ Film in Development from ‘Ready or Not’ Directors — Report

It’s been nearly nine years since the last “Scream” film hit theaters, and anyone still anticipating a new installment in the beloved horror franchise can finally let out a sigh of relief (or those fed up with Hollywood reboots can let out an exasperated scream — your call).The Wrap has reported a new “Scream” movie […]

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First ‘Portals’ Trailer Reveals the New Sci-Fi Horror Anthology from the Filmmakers Behind ‘V/H/S’

What would happen if a bunch of cosmic portals popped up all over the world? Well, check out the first trailer for the new sci-fi horror anthology Portals for the nightmarish answer. The film comes from the folks at Bloody Disgusting behind hit horror anthologies V/H/S and Southbound and brings four directors to tell the […]

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‘Body at Brighton Rock’ Review: A Survival Horror Movie with the Fun Heart of an ’80s Slasher

At a time when so many low-budget indies seem resigned to streaming, Roxanne Benjamin’s fun and forgettable “Body at Brighton Rock” feels ready-made for a Friday night on your couch. It’s a total slumber party of a movie, told with plenty of skill, even more potential, and an utter lack of preciousness from its delightful […]

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‘The Ritual’ Reviews: Netflix’s New Original Horror Film Is Worth a Trip to the Woods for Genre Fiends

With “The Cloverfield Paradox” all but a distant memory at this point, Netflix has released its latest original horror film: “The Ritual,” which is earning mixed-to-positive notices (which, to be fair, is better than most genre offerings). David Bruckner (“Southbound,” “V/H/S”) directed the movie, which is now streaming. Here’s what those coastal-elite critics have to […]

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