Oh, For Crying Out Loud… It’s the ‘Curse of La Llorona’


New Line Cinema has released a first trailer for Curse of La LLorona, a supernatural thriller based on Latin American folklore about a tormented spirit searching for the offspring she drowned while taking the lives of children she encounters. James Wan produces and Michael Chaves (The Conjuring 3) directs.

Linda Cardellini (”Freaks and Geeks”) stars as a social worker and mother who regrettably ignores the warnings of a mom wrongfully accused of child endangerment and is soon forced to face off against Llorona with only the help of an unconventional priest, played by the awesome Raymond Cruz (”Better Call Saul”).

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Gina Rodriguez Takes a Shot at ‘Miss Bala’ Remake!


Sony Pictures has released a trailer for its remake of Mexican crime thriller Miss Bala. Gina Rodriguez stars as Gloria, an abducted murder witness used as a mule by cartel drug runners in Tijuana. Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke is at the helm.

The 2011 original starred Stephanie Sigman (Annabelle: Creation) as a kidnapped beauty pageant contestant forced to work for the cartel, hence the title Miss Bala (gringo translation: Miss Bala = Miss Bullet). No idea why the title remains when the character is no longer the same.

Even more disheartening is the PG-13 rating that ensures Rodriguez won’t be going nude like Sigman. Here’s hoping there’s a swimsuit portion at least! Miss Bala shoots into theaters Feb. 1, 2019.

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Hermione Corfield Is Up ‘Rust Creek’


British babe Hermione Corfield (Pride and Prejudice and Zombies) is set to star in Rust Creek, a backwoods thriller from director Jen McGowan (Kelly & Cal) and U.S. distributor IFC Midnight, slated for limited theatrical release in January 2019.

Corfield plays an ambitious and hot college senior who takes a wrong turn on her way to a job interview and ends up in the freezing Kentucky woods attempting to evade a group of hooligans on her trail with only the help of a mysterious loner.

Corfield has appeared in a string of notable films, including Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, an adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith’s re-imagining of the Jane Austin novel Pride and Prejudice, as a sexy siren in Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur, and as an A-wing pilot in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.


Bella Heathcote Stars In Dementia Thriller ‘The Relic’


Bella Heathcote (”Man In the High Castle”) is set to star alongside Emily Mortimer (Shutter Island) and Robyn Nevin (Matrix Reloaded) in Relic, a psychological thriller produced by Anthony and Joe Russo (Avengers: Infinity War) and directed by Natalie Erika James in her feature debut.

Inspired by James’ family history with Alzheimer’s, The Relic follows three generations of women tormented by a “manifestation of aged dementia that takes over their family home.” Heathcote plays the hot daughter of the bunch and we’re hoping her character forgets to wear clothes at some point.

Heathcote is coming off Nicolas Refn’s dark satirical cannibal model thriller The Neon Demon and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, an adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith’s re-imagining of the Jane Austin novel Pride and Prejudice. Other notable creds include Tim Burton’s Dark Shadows, Andrew Niccol’s In Time, and the Bret Easton Ellis-penned Downer’s Grove.


Get Ready to Be Buried In a ‘Pet Sematary’


Paramount Pictures has released the first official trailer to its eagerly anticipated big screen adaptation of the Stephen King bestseller Pet Sematary. The supernatural thriller is helmed by directing duo Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer (Starry Eyes) and penned by Jeff Buhler (Midnight Meat Train).

Pet Sematary stars Jason Clarke (Terminator: Genysis) as a doctor who transplants his family from Boston to Maine only to suffer a tragedy that leads him to seek help from his creepy new neighbor, played by John Lithgow (”Dexter”) and venture into a mysterious burial ground. In theaters April 5, 2019.

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Emily Ratajkowski Flirts w/ Danger in ‘Welcome Home’


Who is co-starring alongside “Breaking Bad’s” Aaron Paul in George Ratliff’s (Joshua) upcoming thriller Welcome Home? Emily Ratajkowski, bitch!

The gorgeous small-waisted, big-boobed model and actress (I Feel Pretty) plays Paul’s hot girlfriend who, while on a romantic trip to the Italian countryside to rekindle their relationship, flirts with a shady neighbor and screws everything up. Welcome Home arrives on VOD and in selected theaters Nov. 16.

Ratajkowski rose to fame after her heart-stopping topless and thong shaking performance in Robin Thicke’s music video for the catchy-as-fuck hit song “Blurred Lines” and a memorable topless turn in David Fincher’s murder mystery Gone Girl.

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Does This ‘Batwoman’ Costume Make Ruby Rose Look Fat?


Posted above is The CW’s first released image of hot Hollywood lesbian Ruby Rose all decked out in her Batwoman costume. The look is not flattering and actually makes one of the skinniest actresses in show business appear somewhat chunky around the hips and middle — like one-too-many bat burritos.

Slated to premiere next year, the show stars Rosa as as tormented heiress Kate Kane, a stunning lesbian with deadly street fighting skills who battles crime as costumed vigilante Batwoman.

Rose, who is coming off the monster shark summer blockbuster The Meg, first caught genre fan eyeballs with roles as a hot apocalypse survivor in Resident Evil: The Final Chapter and as a hot assassin in John Wick: Chapter 2.


Screamfest Announces Full 2018 Lineup, Tix On Sale Now!


The complete movie lineup for the 18th annual Screamfest Horror Film Festival has been announced and tickets are available here. Running Oct. 9 – Oct. 18 at the TCL Chinese 6 Theater in Los Angeles, the event will see the premiere of a variety of features and shorts from around the world.

Horror icon and Insidious star Lin Shaye, whose supernatural thriller The Final Wish will have its world premiere at this year’s event, serves as Screamfest ambassador. Gale Ann Hurd, prolific producer of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” and multiple genre classics, including Aliens and Terminator — both screening at Screamfest, will be honored as this year’s recipient of the Career Achievement Award.


Opening night kicks off with the world premiere of Amityville Murders, a new entry in the ever popular Amityville Horror canon based on the true 1974 murders of the DeFeo family by eldest son Ronald DeFeo Jr., who claimed voices in the house made him kill. The premiere will be followed by a Q&A with cast and writer/director Daniel Farrands.

Additional world premieres include Discarnate, about a mind expanding drug that inadvertently exposes users to malicious entities, Swedish evil-in-the-woods period thriller Draug, and Haunted, a British haunted house frightener about a young homecare provider on her first night with an elderly patient suffering from dementia.

North American premieres include Israeli folklore-inspired, creature-feature The Golem, frat frightener The Pledge, and Tumbbad, an acclaimed indie from India about a greedy boy out to steal a cursed artifact from the devil.


West Coast premieres include Open 24 Hours, a frantic nightshift nightmare, Welcome to Mercy, about a single mom suffering stigmata and seeking help at a convent (creepy nuns yay!), and closing night film The Unthinkable, about a Swedish man trying to survive a mysterious attack and make amends with his past.

Screamfest will also be hosting a 20th anniversary screening of Bride of Chucky with writer Don Mancini (get your Child’s Play reboot questions ready!) and a 30th anniversary screening of  The Serpent and the Rainbow with producers David Ladd and Bob Engleman.

Screamfest is the biggest and longest running horror film festival in the U.S. The show is  a star-studded event where filmmakers, actors, and fans meet to celebrate and discuss  horror and genre. For complete rundown of festival programming and scheduling and to purchase badges, visit Screamfest here.


‘Jumanji’ Stunner Madison Iseman Joins New ‘Annabelle’ Sequel!


Madison Iseman, the goldilocked stunner who morphs into Jack Black in Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, will star in a new sequel to New Line Cinema’s Annabelle franchise, the hit spinoff from James Wan’s blockbuster Conjuring universe.

Set to shoot this month with a projected release date of July 3, 2019, the latest entry in the Annabelle series finds Iseman playing babysitter to famed paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren’s daughter while fending off evils from the Warren’s Artifacts Room brought forth by the bedeviled doll.

Gary Dauberman, who penned the first two Annabelle films, makes his directorial debut with film. Wan serves as a producer. Iseman will next be seen in Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween, reuniting her with Black, who played her avatar in last year’s box office champ Jumanji.


‘Aquaman’ Whets Your Appetite w/ New Trailer!


Warner Bros. has released a new expanded trailer for Aquaman, starring Jason Momoa as the would-be king of the underwater world of Atlantis and one-time laughingstock of DC’s Super Friends. This time out, the merman has lost his goldie locks and sensitive Pisces nature and gone rock lobster.

Helmed by Saw and Conjuring director James Wan, Aquaman finds our musclebound reluctant hero fighting enemies on land and sea while falling for the sexy Atlantean (Amber Heard) urging him to take his throne as king of Atlantis. In theaters Dec. 21.

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