2021
09.19

Paramount+, the studio’s new streaming platform, has set an Oct. 29 premiere date for the exclusive release of its Paranormal Activity reboot, Next of Kin.

Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin is the seventh in the franchise and is directed by William Eubank (Underwater) from a script by Christopher Landon, writer of all the Paranormal Activity sequels.

Emily Bader, who’s had roles on “Charmed” and horror indie Anonymous Killers, toplines the movie, which centers on a daughter’s cursed return to her Amish community.

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2021
09.18

Asian stunner Jessica Henwick, last seen giving Kristen Stewart a run for hottest underwear clad chick in the highly underrated sea monster thriller Underwater, costars alongside Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Ann Moss in Matrix Resurrections, a new sequel to the mind-blowing original trilogy that was thought completed in 2003.

From what we see in the trailer, Henwick, best known for her role as a Sand Snake on HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” plays a butchy, blue-haired femme fatal. She joins newcomers Neil Patrick Harris, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (“Watchmen”), Jonathan Groff (“Mindhunter), and Indian babe Priyanka Chopra (“Quantico”).

Matrix Resurrections is once again helmed by Lana Wachowski for Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow. It arrives on HBO Max and virus-riddled theaters on Dec. 22.

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2021
08.29

Marvel Milfs: Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek Are Eternally Hot!

Marvel Studios has released a final trailer for Eternals, a milfy new entry in its ever expanding superhero universe. Seasoned stunners Salma Hayek and Angelina Jolie are the main attractions.

Helmed by indie darling Chloe Zhao (The Rider), the film is an adaptation of Jack Kirby’s 1976 comic book series about good and bad, near-immortal beings, created by a superior alien race named the Celestials.

Hayek plays Ajak, the mother of all Eternals who flies and teleports. Jolie plays hot warrior Thena who also flies and has super strength and speed. Both have tremendous boobs.

In addition to these super milfs, the trailer reveals a hot Asian chick, monsters, some Superman-like dude with heat vision, and a convoluted story.

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2021
08.08

Mary Elizabeth Winstead Is Dying for Revenge In ‘Kate’

Netflix has set Sept. 10 as the premiere date for its original action thriller Kate, starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead as a poisoned assassin using her final hours to seek vengeance on the yakuza scum that killed her in Tokyo with the aid of a previous target’s cute daughter and pimped-out ride.

Kate is not even close to being horror, but the yakuza is scary and Winstead is too hot to ignore.

Winstead made her horror film debut in 2005’s The Ring 2 and has starred in a string of notable frighteners including Final Destination 3, Quentin Tarantino’s Death Proof, underrated remakes Black Christmas and The Thing, and 10 Cloverfield Lane.

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2021
08.08

A new trailer has gone online for Venom: Let There Be Carnage, the eagerly awaited sequel to Sony Pictures’ big screen adaptation of the Marvel comic based on the popular alien symbiote and Spiderman villain—played in the 2018 film by Tom Hardy.

Helmed by capture actor-turned-director Andy Serkis (Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle), Let There Be Carnage sees the return of Hardy as disgraced investigative journalist and symbiote host Eddie Brock, aka Venom, and stunner Michelle Williams as Brock’s ex-wife and sexy symbiote, She-Venom.

New to the cast are Woody Harrelson as serial killer and Carnage host Kleetus and Bond girl Naomi Harris as Carnage’s love interest Shriek, and model-turned-aspiring-actress Amber Sienna as a hot party guest—here’s hoping we see more of her in the next trailer!

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2021
08.06

Bloodsuckers & Big Boobs In the ‘House’ Danzig Built!

An Aug. 27 theatrical release date has been set for Death Rider In the House of Vampires, a horror western from heavy metal icon turned actor/director Glen Danzig and prolific genre producer James Cullen Bressack.

The film’s notable cast includes Julian Sands (Warlock), Danny Trejo (Machete), director Eli Roth (Hostel), sister directors Jen and Silvia Soska (American Mary), stunner Kim Director (“The Deuce”), Porn star Tasha Reign, and busty starlet Ashley Wisdom (pictured).

If that acting roster ain’t enough to pique your interest, the topless, top-heavy babe on horseback at the start of the trailer might do the trick.

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2021
07.31

Lexi Johnson, the pretty blonde who made a short but memorable appearance on “Fear the Walking Dead’s” debut episode as junkie Nick’s hot and hungry zombie girlfriend, stars in The Girl Who Got Away, arriving on VOD Aug. 20.

Johnson plays a female serial killer’s (Kaye Tuckerman) only surviving victim living an unassuming, private life until nosy cops come calling when the killer escapes prison a decade later.

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2021
07.30

Showtime has set a Nov. 7 premiere date for its eagerly awaited revival/limited series “Dexter: New Blood.” Picking up 10 years after the events of the series finale, the show follows prolific serial killer and former Miami Metro forensics specialist Dexter Morgan living incognito in the small, secluded town of Iron Lake, New York.

“Dexter: New Blood” runs 10 episodes long and sees the return of Michael C. Hall as the beloved murderer, Jennifer Carpenter as Dexter’s shit-talking, now deceased sister, and John Lithgow, season four’s vicious Trinity killer.

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2021
07.29

‘Chucky’ Goes Gay!

SYFY and USA have set a Oct. 12 premiere date for Child’s Play creator Don Mancini’s “Chucky,” a fiendishly fun-looking small-screen reboot starring everyone’s favorite killer doll (voiced by Brad Dourif) and a 14-ear-old gay kid (Zackary Arthur) for the woke crowd.

The 10 episode series is written by Mancini and follows a bullied gay boy who buys the infamous Good Guy doll at a garage sale and is soon party to a vicious murder spree. The show will include appearances from Alex Vincent, who played the kid in the original Child’s Play film, and Jennifer Tilly reprising her role as Chucky’s bride, Tiffany.

2021
07.05

Sony has released a trailer for Don’t Breathe 2, a sequel to director Fede Alvarez’s 2016 home invasion thriller about a group of delinquents who set out to rob a harmless-looking blind man who happens to be an evil old bastard in the midst of carrying out twisted revenge on the woman who killed his daughter in an accident.

Don’t Breathe 2 picks up eight years after the original and follows Norman Nordstrom (Stephen Lang), the aforementioned old psycho, who is now living a quaint life as a loving father figure for an 11-year old girl. Shit goes bad when a new batch of hooligans set their sights on her. Waiting with bated breath for the twist in what promises to be a fun, fucked up ride!

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