Make Noise for Annabelle Wallis In the ‘Silencing’


Annabelle Wallis, stunning co-star in New Line Cinema’s Anabelle and Universal’s The Mummy, is set to star in The Silencing, a serial killer drama helmed by 2016 Oscar nominated Belgian director Robin Pront (The Ardennes) and co-starring Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (”Game of Thrones”).

The Silencing follows a reformed hunter who joins a small town sheriff on a hunt for a deadly killer. No official word on Wallis’ role in the film, but producers have crowed the part is unusual for actresses so we’re guessing she plays the sheriff…the super hot sheriff.

Buzz around Wallis began with her roles as a hot coed in X-Men: First Class and as Jane Seymour in Showtime’s “The Tudors,” but it was the lead in 2014’s Annabelle an 2017’s The Mummy that caught horror fans’ attention.



“Banshee” babe Trieste Kelly Dunn stars in The Girl On the Third Floor. Dunn plays a wife dealing with the overwhelming mess her husband has created while attempting to renovate their newly purchased Victorian house. It soons becomes apparent, however, sinister forces may be at work.

Dunn is best known for her portrayal of doomed Deputy Siobhan Kelly on the Cinemax crime series “Banshee.” The Girl On the Third Floor is Dunn’s first horror feature and marks producer Travis Stevens’ (68 Kills, Starry Eyes) directorial debut.

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Sad Sack Superheroes Slay Us in DC’s ‘Doom Patrol’


DC Universe has released an extended trailer for “Doom Patrol,” its small screen adaptation of the comic about a group of traumatized and downtrodden accident victims who develop super powers shortly after surviving each tragedy.

Freaks include Brendan Fraser as Robotman, a race car driver whose body is destroyed in a race; Alan Tudyk as Mr. Nobody, a shadow figure once experimented on by Nazis; Matt Bomer as Negative Man, a test pilot struck by negative energy and the urge to fuck dudes behind his poor wife’s back.

Joivan Wade is Cyborg, a hybrid with identy issues. Diane Guerrero is Crazy Jane, a hot chick with 64 personlities–each with a superpower of its own. April Bowlby is Elasti-Woman, a hot chick who’d be fun at bachelor parties. Timothy Dalton plays The Chief, a mad scientist giving them purpose.

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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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We’d Totally Visit Rebecca Hall In ‘The Night House’


Brunette stunner Rebecca Hall (Godzilla vs. Kong) is set to star in The Night House, a psychological thriller from director David Bruckner (The Ritual) and screenwriters Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski (Stephanie). Cameras are set to roll in May.

The Night House stars Hall as a recently widowed wife who begins to discover her deceased husband’s disturbing secrets.

Hall’s horror creds include 2015’s foreced cuckold frightener The Gift and British ghost story The Awakening. She’s also starred in Chris Nolan’s magician mystery The Prestige, Johnny Depp sci-fi thriller Trancendence, and Iron Man 3. Next up for Hall is the eagerly awaited monster mash Godzilla vs. Kong.


Aubrey Plaza Toys With Danger In ‘Child’s Play’


Orion Pictures has released a first trailer for its polarizing Child’s Play reboot. Made without input from Don Mancini, the original film’s writer and helmer of its six sequels, the reimagined slasher has got fans crying foul play while those who feel Mancini sucks ready for a new take.

We…we only miss Brad Dourif (”True Detective”) as the voice of Chucky. That at the end of this trailer would have made us lose our shit! No disrespect to Mancini, but this looks fun and Aubrey Plaza (Ingrid Goes West) as a young hot MILF tied up and vulnerable is just too sexy to pass up!

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Are You Digging ‘Pet Sematary’ Yet?


Paramount Pictures released today a new trailer for its 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 and a mysterious burial ground.

Spoiler Alert: many feel the trailer gives away a significant change to King’s story, but it’s really quite predictable considering today’s Hollywood.

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Madison Iseman Is Back for ‘Jumanji’ Sequel!


Madison Iseman, the goldilocked stunner who morphs into Jack Black in Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, is reprising her role for a sequel to the 2017 Sony blockbuster, starring Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan, and Black as avatars in a mysterious video game serving as a portal to the real world.

Iseman, who made her horror debut in the “Sweet Tooth” story of the 2015 horror anthology Tales of Halloween, was catapulted by Jumanji’s success—and her stunning good looks— into lead roles in Sony’s Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween and New Line Cinema’s upcoming Annabelle sequel.

Johnson, Hart, Gillan, and Black are all slated to return for the Jumanji sequel, as is director Jake Kasdan. New faces include Danny DeVito, Danny Glover, and Awkwafina (Crazy Rich Asians). Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle made more than $400 million in the States and just under a billion dollars globally.


Rosario Dawson Nuts Up for ‘Zombieland 2: Double Tap’


Rosario Dawson is set to co-star in Sony Pictures Zombieland 2: Double Tap, the long awaited sequel to the hit 2009 horror-comedy, starring Woody Harrelson (Tallahassee), Jesse Eisenberg (Columbus), Abigail Breslin (Little Rock), and Emma Stone (Wichita).

The sequel takes our heroes on a journey from the White House to the American heartland, meeting new survivors along the way and battling stronger breeds of the undead. Ruben Fleischer (Zombieland) directs from a script by Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese (Deadpool).

Dawson’s notable creds include Robert Rodriguez’s Sin City, Quentin Tarantino’s Death Proof, Barry Sonnenfeld’s Men in Black II, D.J. Caruso’s Eagle Eye, and Danny Boyle’s Trance, in which she performs what is arguably the best onscreen nude scene ever.


It’s Not You, It’s ‘Us’


Universal has unveiled a new trailer for Jordan Peele’s Us, the eagerly anticipated followup to his Oscar-winning directorial debut Get Out. The film pits a family of four against monstrous doppelgängers during a home invasion of their beachside home in Northern California.

Critics are already sucking Peele’s dick over the film, praising him as an innovator and genius because they’ve either never watched a lot of horror or have never seen a black person make a good movie. That said, the movie does look pretty freaky!

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