2020
07.25

Megan Fox guns for a comeback in Rogue, an action thriller from director M.J. Bassett (Silent Hill: Revelation) for Lionsgate. The film stars the Hollywood stunner as a hot mercenary stranded with her unit in Africa among violent rebels and man-eating lions when her mission is fubar.

Fox, most recently seen as Machine Gun Kelly’s psycho-bitch girlfriend in his video for “Bloody Valentine,” has thrilled genre fans with roles in Michael Bay’s Transformers, the criminally underrated Jennifer’s Body, and the rightfully panned, but oh-my-God-she’s never looked-hotter, Jonah Hex.

Rogue arrives On Demand Aug. 28 and on home video Sept. 1.

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2020
07.11

Universal Pictures and Blumhouse have released a teaser trailer for Halloween Kills, a sequel to the 2018 reboot helmed by David Gordon Green (“Eastbound & Down”) and co-written and produced by comedic actor Danny McBride (“Eastbound & Down”).

Halloween Kills picks up after the events of 2018’s Halloween and finds Michael Myers killing a shitload of peeps. According to insiders, the installment is said to be its most violent.

Jamie Lee Curtis returns as iconic final girl Laurie Strode, Judy Greer (War for the Planet of the Apes) as Strode’s daughter Karen, and Andi Matichak (”666 Park Avenue”) as Strode’s hot granddaughter Allyson. Halloween creator John Carpenter is also back as executive producer and to score the film’s soundtrack.

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2020
07.05

Jaime King Is All ‘Out of Death’

Jaime King is set to star alongside Bruce Willis in survival thriller Out of Death. The blonde stunner plays a hot chick who witnesses a crime in progress and runs into the woods to evade the four culprits. With them on her tail, she seeks the help of a retired forest ranger (Willis).

King is coming off the Netflix zombie series “Black Summer” and has starred in a string of notable thrillers, including Robert Rodriguez’s Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, Anchor Bay’s redo of the 1984 holiday classic Silent Night, Deadly Night (renamed Silent Night), and Darren Lynn Bousman’s remake of the 1980 Troma Entertainment’s rape/revenge thriller Mother’s Day.

King holds the honor of making three of our esteemed hotness lists for Quarantine Cuties: The 19 Hottest Viral Outbreak Babes, The 20 Hottest Women Working in Horror/Sci-fi and The Twelve Babes of Christmas Horror.

2020
07.05

Netflix has released a new trailer for its upcoming Skydance thriller The Old Guard, a supernatural actioner adapted from the graphic novel of the same name about eternal mercenaries pitted against enemies who’d replicate them to make bank—premiering July 10.

Charlize Theron goes all Atomic Blonde as the leader of the group. Co-stars include Chiwetel Ejiofor of the “Firefox” movie Serenity and Vietnamese stunner Van Veronica Ngo, best known for her role as heroic gunner and pilot Paige Tico in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

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2020
07.03

Creepy ‘Candyman’ Comes Calling!

Universal Pictures and MGM have released a new teaser for producer and co-writer Jordan Peele’s upcoming sequel to 1992’s Candyman, a supernatural thriller based on a Clive Barker story about a boogeyman who terrorizes residents of a housing project in Chicago.

Nia DaCosta (Little Woods) is at the helm and describes the film as a spiritual sequel to the 1992 original, starring horrible actor Tony Todd as the Candyman. The film picks up in present day and follows visual artist Anthony McCoy, the grown son of a former victim, as he arrives into town to look for answers about his old hood.

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2020
07.01

Superstar Margot Robbie is set to test the waters for Disney’s newly announced Pirates of the Caribbean offshoot, a fem-fronted project re-teaming the blonde bombshell with her Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey director Christina Hodson.

Details regarding the film’s plot and Robbie’s character are unavailable, but the story is said to serve as an expansion of the Pirates universe, introducing new characters while possibly bringing back old favorites, including Johnny Depp’s iconic swashbuckler, Captain Jack Sparrow.

The Pirates of the Caribbean franchise is five films strong and has earned more than $4.5 billion globally. The original film, 2004’s Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, earned Depp his first Academy Award nomination.

2020
06.24

“LOST” alumna Tania Raymonde is off the island and in the Deep Blue Sea! The brunette stunner toplines a third entry in the genetically-enhanced shark thriller franchise best known for director Renny Harlin’s 1999 original starring Saffron Burrows, Thomas Jane, Samuel L. Jackson, and L.L. Cool J.

Deep Blue Sea 3 stars Raymonde as a marine biologist leading a research mission on mating habits of great white sharks. The kinky fun comes to an end when altered bull sharks swim into town to get it on with the great whites and create havoc for all.

Deep Blue Sea 3 arrives on digital July 28 and on home video Aug. 25. The film is helmed by Jogn Pogue, director of underrated thrillers Quarantine 2: Terminal and The Quiet Ones, and penned by Underworld: Rise of the Lycans writer Dirk Blackman.

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2020
06.20

Alison Brie at the Airbnb!

IFC Films has released a trailer for Dave Franco’s (“Scrubs”) directorial debut The Rental, an Airbnb-gone-horribly-wrong thriller starring Alison Brie (“Mad Men”) as a woman who plans a weekend getaway with her mate and another couple to celebrate a successful business venture.

Things go awry when terrible secrets are revealed among the friends and only get worse when they realize they’re not alone in the house! Co-stars include Dan Stevens (The Guest), Jeremy Allen White (“Shameless”), and Shelia Vand (A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night).

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2020
06.15

Olivia Munn Is a Time Traveling Hot Wife In ‘Replay’

Stunner and real-life drama queen Olivia Munn is set to star in Replay, a sci-fi actioner described by the film’s producers to be like John Wick, The Raid, Terminator, and every other movie you’ve ever enjoyed—but definitely not like those movies you didn’t like, only the ones you really, really loved.

That right there sounds awesome! Why would the filmmakers lie? It’s gotta be amaze-balls. What? You still need to know the plot? Fine…Munn plays a hot wife who uses cutting edge tech to find her way back in time to prevent her husband from being abducted and killed by assholes.

Munn is best known for her wild hosting shenanigans on defunct network G4’s “Attack of the Show,” HBO’s old-people drama “The Newsroom,” a glorious topless turn in male-stripper dramedy Magic Mike, playing big-boobed, ninja-assassin Psylocke in Marvel’s X-Men: Apocalypse, and destroying Shane Black’s awesome Predator reboot the weekend of its release by beating a dead horse with a rehashed #MeToo tale.

2020
05.31

‘Survive the Night’ w/ Milfy Lydia Hull!

Lydia Hull, best known for her recurring role in Sly Stallone’s Escape Plan flicks, co-stars alongside action star Bruce Willis in the home invasion thriller Survive the Night. The film finds Willis coming to his family’s rescue when hooligans on the lam break into their home looking for medical assistance.

Hull plays Willis’ hot daughter taken hostage by the home invaders in an effort to force her doctor husband to perform life-saving surgery. Helmed by Matt Eskandari (Victim), Survive the Night reunites Hull with Willis after co-starring in last year’s indie actioner Ten Minutes Gone.

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