Saban Films has released a trailer for We Summon the Darkness, a horror-comedy from director Marc Meyers (My Friend Dahmer) and writer Alan Trezza (Burying the Ex). Set in the Midwest, the film follows a group of headbangers tormented by homicidal satanists.

Big-boobed and big-eyed stunner Alexandra Daddario stars as hot chick out to catch a heavy metal concert with her hot friends. They meet three rocker dudes and head to Daddario’s country home to party on. Unfortunately, a cult of devil worshipers cock-block everyone with their murderous deeds.

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“Game of Thrones” stunner Natalie Dormer returns to the small screen next month in Showtime’s “Penny Dreadful: City of Angeles,” a spinoff series to its original 19th century London-based horror show now set in 1938 Los Angeles during the Golden Age of Hollywood.

“Penny Dreadful: City of Angeles” centers on a shocking murder and the detectives investigating the case, including Det. Tiago Vega (Daniel Zovatto)—L.A.’s first Mexican detective. In addition, the show will explore politics and history (yawn) and dive into Mexican folklore, notably Santa Muerte (sweeeet).

But, really, none of that matters remotely when you have Dormer playing a hot, shape-shifting demon named Magda, who is hellbent on creating havoc among humanity.

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We’re Hooked On Cassie Kramer In ‘Candyman’

Universal Pictures and MGM have released a trailer for producer and co-writer Jordan Peele’s upcoming sequel to 1992’s Candyman, a horrible thriller starring terrible actor Tony Todd as the titular boogeyman who terrorizes residents of a housing project in Chicago.

The good news…the trailer is all kinds of spooky fun. Peele and director Nia DaCosta (Little Woods) clearly have some sweet treats up their sleeves—including the return of original protagonist Helen Lyle, played this time out by Cassie Kramer (pictured above). This brings us to the bad news…Tony Todd is back too. But, whatever, the trailer looks solid.

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CBS is serving up Rebecca Breeds (“Pretty Little Liars”) as FBI agent Clarice Starling in its upcoming new series based on the iconic Silence of the Lambs protagonist made famous by Jodie Foster. Written and executive produced by Alex Kurtzman (The Island) and Jenny Lumet (The Mummy), “Clarice” picks up after the events of Lambs and follows Starling as she hunts down violent criminals.

Will Starling continue to look for charming cannibalistic killer Hannibal Lecter, who is seen on the lam in the Bahamas at the end of Silence of the Lambs, after his daring escape from captivity? Or, will this just be “Criminal Minds: Clarice.” What it won’t be is awesome as what Bryan Fuller had in mind for his regrettably cancelled NBC drama “Hannibal.”

Breeds is best known for her recurring roles on Freeform’s teen mystery soap “Pretty Little Liars” and the CW’s “Vampire Diaries” spinoff “The Originals.”


Emily Blunt Is Silent But Deadly In ‘Quiet Place II’

Pamount Pictures has released a new trailer for its upcoming sequel to 2018’s monster hit A Quiet Place, which starred the film’s director John Krasinski and Emily Blunt as parents raising children in an apocalyptic future where the slightest sound brings death from the alien creatures that have overrun the earth.

Arriving in theaters March 20, the new film picks up after the events of the first and pits the surviving Abbott family members up against new threats while attempting to escape the dangers they know. It will also give us a look at Day One of the alien invasion!

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Wait…’Cursed’ Is Not a Lindsay Lohan Biopic???

Hot mess Lindsay Lohan (Mean Girls) has set down her crack-pipe long enough to star in Cursed, a film that is surprisingly not her biopic but instead a supernatural thriller co-starring human drug Mickey Rourke (Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man).

Helmed by Steven R. Monroe (I Spit On Your Grave, 2010), Cursed stars Lohan as a sexy police detective who teams up with a renowned psychiatrist (Rourke) in an attempt to rescue five hostages from a deadly psychopath.

Lohan made her horror film debut in the 2007 serial-killer drama I Know Who Killed Me and has co-starred in Robert Rodriguez’s grindhouse actioner Machete and Dimension Films’ Scary Movie 5.


Megan Fox to Play Sexy Astronaut in ‘Aurora’

We’d call it a comeback, but Megan Fox has been on loop in our heads since revving our engines in Michael Bay’s Transformers. After a much too long hiatus from the big screen—where she graciously gifted us stroke-worthy performances in the criminally underrated Jennifer’s Body and the rightfully panned, but oh-my-God-she’s never looked-hotter, Jonah Hex—the iconic sexpot is set to star in Aurora.

Helmed by some guy named Lazar Bodroža, the sci-fi thriller has Fox playing a hot astronaut stationed in space to monitor solar storms that threatened Earth. Shock waves from the storms are bending time and Fox is soon caught in a rift between her past and present. Cameras roll in May.

No word on how exactly producers plan to make Fox’s astronaut sexy, but we’re hoping for a suit that’s a two-piece with a thong back and jetpack—something alluring that is obviously rooted in science. Fingers crossed they get it right. Fox deserves a righteous comeback!


Riley Keough Goes Nude In ‘The Lodge’

Riley Keough, granddaughter of Elvis Presley and co-star of acclaimed horror indies It Comes At Night and The House That Jack Built, goes topless once again in The Lodge, a psychological thriller that pits a suicide cult survivor against her boyfriend’s bratty kids while at the family cabin during a snow storm.

Now, truth-be-told, Keough is the reason their daddy is divorcing their emotionally unstable mom. She’s also agreed to marry him. This trip is an opportunity for her to bond with the kids while taking care of them as their dad heads back to work, promising to be back in a couple of days.

Keough, who placed in our prestigious list for Top 10 Nude Acting Performances of 2018, is seen topless when she steps out of the shower only to be peeped at by the young boy. Knowing this is important to the story to keep you invested while it crawls towards its resolution.


Charlotte McKinney Makes ‘Fantasy Island’ Worth Visiting!

Instagram stunner turned model/actress Charlotte McKinney plays a bikini-clad dream girl in Fantasy Island, a big screen adaptation of ABC’s late-70s/early-80s series from director Jeff Wadlow (Kick-Ass 2) and writing duo Jillian Jacobs and Christopher Roach (Truth Or Dare) for Blumhouse.

“Fantasy Island” follows guests to a magical island where their wildest wishes come true, but with potentially devastating consequences. Michael Pena (“Narcos: Mexico”) plays the iconic role of island host Mr. Roarke – originally made famous by Ricardo Montalban.

Additional cast includes Lucy Hale (Truth Or Dare), Maggie Q. (“La Femme Nikita”), Portia Doubleday (“Mr. Robot”), Jimmy O. Yang (“Silicone Valley”), Ryan Hansen (“Veronica Mars”), Michael Rooker (“Walking Dead”), and Kim Coates (“Sons of Anarchy”).

But, it’s McKinney in an itty-bitty thong bikini who keeps Fantasy Island afloat on the hopes that everyone else will die in this crappy adaptation and we can go back to drooling over the gorgeous blonde stunner!


‘Stranger Things 4’ Teases a Much Better Season!

Netflix has released the teaser “From Russia with Love” to announce the upcoming fourth season of “Stranger Things,” revealing the fate of police chief Jim Hopper (David Harbour)—seen imprisoned in snowy Kamchatka under dire circumstances.

Creators and showrunners The Duffer Brothers say Hopper will “face dangers both human…and other” and promise the show’s new season will be its biggest and most frightening to date. Being that season three was far too silly and void of any true tension, here’s hoping things can go back to strange.

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