Hands reaching through the stairs, a chainsaw revving up in the distance, a butcher knife dangling from a baby crib mobile… At this point in time, not much is known about the sixth season of American Horror Story, but the first teaser videos hint at several types of scary situations.
Frank West goes back to the Willamette Mall for a little holiday shopping and a lot of zombie slaying in a new behind-the-scenes video for Dead Rising 4.
Following its debut on the Australian streaming service Stan this past May, the six-part Wolf Creek series—featuring John Jarratt once again playing the malevolent Mick Taylor—will make its US premiere on the Pop network on October 14th.
After making $35 million globally (on a budget of just under $5 million) since hitting theaters last week, Lights Out is officially getting a sequel from New Line Cinema.
*Updated with the new 35th anniversary Blu-ray cover art.* “Keep clear of the Moors,” because Universal Pictures Home Entertainment will be releasing An American Werewolf in London on a restored, 35th anniversary edition Blu-ray this fall.
This fall, four icons of horror will come to Universal Studios Hollywood to raise a little hell and create a lot of scares for attendees. The previously announced Michael Myers and Leatherface mazes, along with the Freddy vs. Jason attraction, are teased in new videos and official descriptions ahead of Halloween Horror Nights’ September 16th opening in Hollywood:
Keep a smile on your face, take your Joy pill, and explore the creepily cheerful confines of Wellington Wells in the new gameplay trailer for We Happy Few, now available on the Xbox One Game Preview ahead of its full release in 2017.
In case you’re shivering with antici… pation, Fox has announced that their two-hour TV special reboot of The Rocky Horror Picture Show will premiere on Thursday, October 20th at 8:00pm EST:
“I’ve never seen a case like this before. 23 identities live in Kevin’s body.” James McAvoy plays a man with many personalities—at least one of them lethal—in M. Night Shyamalan’s upcoming film, Split, which also stars Anya Taylor-Joy (The Witch, Morgan).
Lucio Fulci’s Manhattan Baby (released in the US in 1984), aka Eye of the Evil Dead, is being released as a three-disc limited edition Blu-ray on October 25th from Blue Underground, and we have details on the special features that will be unleashed on the masses as well as a look at some beautiful cover artwork.