When Netflix announced they were making a Sabrina series I pictured something like the mid 1990s show with Melissa Joan Hart. It was family friendly, included a talking robotic cat, and had more in common with Bewitched than what the streaming service has actually produced.
Halloween is coming up, so it’s time to announce all of this year’s winter holiday movies. Check out this teen comedy musical set during Christmastime with plenty of zombies and gore. Wait… what?
David Gordon Green’s continuation of the classic horror franchise pits its surviving heroine against its terrifying, iconic monster once again – and she’s determined to take Michael Meyers out for good.
Shirley Jackson’s classic horror novel is getting a new adaptation with a script by director Mike Flanagan.
This second look at Luca Guadagnino’s remake delves into the occult elements of the story, and three women that hold a lot of power – Mater Lachrymarum (Our Lady of Tears), Mater Suspiriorum (Our Lady of Sighs), and Mater Tenebrarum (Our Lady of Darkness).
The two actors return to the horror genre fight man eating monsters… at an English boarding school with a bunch of kids and Michael Sheen playing a guy called The Bat. This teaser should make Shaun of the Dead fans very happy.
This take on Jason Voorhees from Mezco is confusingly adorable and terrifying at the same time with its doll-like proportions and built in sound effects. A fun piece for horror collectors wanting something different.
Season 8 is the series’ first cross over season. They’re gathering the gang back together, so they might as well go big and they have. Apocalypse focuses on the Anti-Christ… and starts after the end of the world.
This new horror movie from Bad Robot goes back in time. A group of American G.I.s are sent on a mission during World War II; they find something twisted and evil.
This new fig from NECA has a good head on his shoulders… and another one on his desk…
Hulu has started to paint a picture of a town with a lot of dark secrets, and some familiar characters and places. This looks like an excellent show for King fans.
Dracula, Wolfman, the Mummy, “Gill Man” never stood a chance. Fred Dekker and Shane Black’s cult classic is the focus of this new doc that looks at what makes a flop into a cult hit with a loyal fan base.