"Children don't just disappear in Iceland." And yet that's exactly what happens in the chilling trailer for the supernatural-charged mystery I Remember You, coming out in select theaters and on home media this November from IFC Midnight.
"All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy" in our second Horror Highlights, which includes details on The Shining returning to UK cinemas this Halloween, the home media release of Death Race: Beyond Anarchy, the winners of the 2017 Screamfest, the new Screambox series Character with Christopher Nelson, the Nightmares Film Festival screening of Gags, and the DVD and VOD release of K-Shop.
Mary Shelley's iconic creation turns 200 in 2018, and to celebrate two centuries of Victor Frankenstein and his monster, author Christopher Frayling has written a new book (coming out this Halloween from Reel Art Press) exploring the rich history of Shelley's now legendary novel and the influences it has had on pop culture—on the screen, stage, and page. In today's Horror Highlights, we also have a look at Nerdist's short film The Mystic Museum, and details on the HelLA Horror Night charity event at the Los Angeles Theatre, Blackshaw's Scare Slam at the London Horror Festival, the Filipino folklore animated series Umbra, and the video game Guts.
Ever wondered what it's like to turn into a walker? AMC is giving you the chance to find out with their newly launched virtual reality app AMC VR, which includes 360-degree experience videos in which you become a member of the living dead herd. And, following the premiere of The Walking Dead's 100th episode on Sunday, an extended scene will also be released on the app, giving fans more juicy content to enjoy.
In the "All Out War" on The Walking Dead's upcoming eighth season, every goodbye could be your last, and Carol and Daryl share a fond farewell with walkers approaching in a new clip from the season 8 premiere episode.
You don't want to get on Frank Castle's bad side. Many know this, but if you forgot or you need a not-so-friendly reminder, the new trailer for Netflix's The Punisher series has been released ahead of its November premiere.
Not even puzzle game characters are safe from slashers this Halloween season, as Digerati Distribution and Blue Wizard Digital have released the launch trailer for the new video game Slayaway Camp: Butcher's Cut, which will be released on consoles next week and features the voices of Mark Meer as the serial killer Skullface and Jason Voorhees himself, Derek Mears, as Jessica:
Betrayals and twists abounded in last night's episode of American Horror Story: Cult, and with Kai and Beverly not seeing eye to eye, things are only getting more bloody and brutal this season. The next episode, titled "Winter of Our Discontent," looks to be no exception, and with crucial decisions to be made and alliances in question, a new preview video teases what's to come for Kai's cult and its opposers.
Horror fans are used to seeing Chandler Riggs take on the ravenous living dead on AMC's The Walking Dead, but he faces a threat that's all too human—and technological—in the official trailer for Keep Watching, coming to theaters for one night only on Halloween from Sony Pictures Entertainment.
It's time to head back to the Baker homestead... Before they're released by Capcom this December on the Resident Evil 7 biohazard Gold Edition and as individual releases, the new downloadable content (DLC) End of Zoe and Not a Hero are featured in a tense new video and screenshots.
In a world divided among mystical species, everyone wants to get their hands on a magic wand with the power of a nuclear weapon in David Ayer's Bright. Ahead of the film's premiere on Netflix this December, a new featurette for Bright explores the violent world and dynamic relationships of Ayer's new fantasy thriller.
With screaming kids and an unsupportive husband, a mother reaches a psychological breaking point in Dark Sky Films' official trailer for Bitch.
Get your scream on with these new frightful stories from today's Horror Highlights! Screambox's "13 Screams of Halloween" kicked off this past Friday the 13th and will continue until the big day. Also: Netflix's Slasher Season 2 details, Scream Factory's latest Blu-ray releases, a trailer for Sightings, details for the immersive experience Apartment 213, Grimmwood, and Party Bus From Hell.
Kirsten Dunst (The Virgin Suicides, Melancholia, Fargo) stars and serves as executive producer in the dark drama Woodshock from A24. Featuring a mind-bending drug and eerie events in the woods, the new thriller is coming to Blu-ray, DVD, and VOD this November from Lionsgate, and we have a look at the release details and trippy cover art:
In 68 Kill, starring Matthew Gray Gubler and AnnaLynne McCord (and based on Bryan Smith's novel of the same name), a simple heist goes awry (honestly, when does a simple heist ever go according to plan?). Following its theatrical and VOD release this past summer, the new film from Trent Haaga is coming to Blu-ray and DVD this winter from Scream Factory, and we have a look at the cover art and release details: