Cat’s Out of the Bag: ‘Pet Sematary’ Arrives In 4DX!


Pet Sematary opens in theaters April 5 and will be available in 4DX, an immersive cinematic format, featuring motion-synchronized seats, environmental effects (i.e. wind, rain, scents), and vibration. Paramount Pictures and CJ 4DPLEX made the announcement earlier this month and the time is finally upon us!

Mark Viane, President of International Theatrical Distribution at Paramount Pictures, said:

Paramount Pictures is always looking to create new and engaging experiences for audiences, and we are excited to utilize new technologies like 4DX to showcase great stories in unique new ways.

Clatto experienced 4DX for the first time at Regal Cinemas’ inaugural 4DX Horror Fest last Halloween. We were impressed with how immersive the experience becomes once you get over its initial novelty and get sucked into the story.

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.

An adaptation of the Stephen King page-turner, Pet Sematary is helmed by directing duo Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer (Starry Eyes) and penned by Jeff Buhler (Midnight Meat Train).



I Like Scary Movies is a first-of-its-kind immersive art installation, providing horror fans multi-sensory thrills throughout a 25,000 square-foot exhibit, celebrating five iconic New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. frightners: IT: Chapter One, A Nightmare On Elm Street, The Shining, Beetlejuice, and The Lost Boys.

I Like Scary Movies features artistically re-imagined environments, including IT’s lair for Pennywise, the dancing clown, Elm Street’s Boiler Room, The Shining’s Overlook Hotel’s sinking carpet, Beetlejuice’s graveyard and Netherworld Waiting Room, and a visit with The Lost Boys.

Running selected dates April 4 – June 16 at The Desmond Tower in Los Angeles, the I Like Scary Movies experience is the vision of veteran artist Maximillian, the creative force behind numerous Comic-Con and Hollywood activations, including a Pirates of the Caribbean Black Pearl shipwreck and Wonder Woman drone light show at Dodger Stadium.

Tickets are only $39 and may be purchased at the I Like Scary Movies website.


‘Scary Stories to Tell In the Dark’ Is Cheeky Fun!


CBS Films and Lionsgate have released the first full-length trailer for producer Guillermo del Toro’s eagerly anticipated adaptation of Alvin Schwartz’s terrifying 80’s children’s book series “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.”

Helmed by André Øvredal (The Autopsy of Jane Doe), the film is set in 1968 and follows a group of American teenagers tormented by the tales of a deeply traumatized girl in a book they find while breaking into the mansion she once lived.

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You’re about to enter another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound, but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land of imagination. That’s the signpost up ahead…your next stop , “The Twilight Zone” reboot!

Produced, hosted, and narrated by conquering new horror maestro Jordan Peele, the eagerly anticipated series premieres April 1 on CBS All Access with two episodes and stars many of “oh, that’s the dude/girl from that show” actors.

With Peele coming off US and Get Out, for which he won an Academy Award for Best Screenplay, “The Twilight Zone” reboot looks pretty damn promising—though Peele stepping into Rod Serling’s hosting shoes feels a tad over indulgent. He probably should have had Keegan-Michael Key do it.

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Yalitza Aparicio’s acting debut in the Netflix original film Roma was tirelessly ballyhooed on the award circuit this year, culminating with a Best Actress nomination for the Oscars. In the midst of all the commotion, a far more impressive and memorable performance in another Netflix original film went largely unnoticed.

We’re talking about German actress Ruby O. Fee’s U.S. feature film debut in Polar, an adaptation of the Dark Horse graphic novel about a retired hitman marked for death by the very crime boss he once served. Fee plays a sexy, oft-nude assassin, who utilizes her big juicy boobs and phat ass to drop his guard and make an attempt on his life.

Like Aparicio in Roma, Fee’s performance was intimate and emotionally powerful, but thoughtfully layered with jiggling, wiggling, bouncing, strutting, cooing, fucking, and flashing. Every breast and ass cheek bared exposed the damaged and weeping soul that is her character Sindy the assassin. Shame on the Oscars for overlooking Fee. Thankfully, we can enjoy her performance on Netflix everyday…sometimes twice a day.

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‘Stranger Things’ Season Three Feels Like Home Sweet Home!


Netflix has released the first full length trailer for season three of its original series “Stranger Things.” Premiering July 4, the new season is set in the summer of 1985 and finds the kids coming of age while enjoying the pool, the mall, the town fair, and, of course, each other’s company.

The trailer gets all the feels going—and devil horns salute for the use of Motley Crue’s “Home Sweet Home”—but shit soon hits the proverbial fan and a new, scarier Resident Evil type beast emerges!

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Arielle Kebbel Has Got a Bone to Pick!


Arielle Kebbel (Uninvited) is set to star in NBC’s upcoming adaptation of author Jeffery Deaver’s bestselling crime series “The Bone Collector.” Kebbel will play Amelia Sachs, a hot NYPD beat cop who teams up with ex-forensics criminologist and suicidal quadriplegic Lincoln Rhyme to catch a sadistic serial killer.

Kebbel joins a cast that includes Russell Hornsby (”Grimm”) as detective Rhyme and Michael Imperiolo (”The Sopranos”) as his partner Det. Rick Sellitto. The pilot episode is titled “Lincoln” and is helmed by Seth Gordon (Horrible Bosses).

Fright fans will recognize Kebbel from a string of horror efforts, including The Grudge 2, The Uninvited, and “The Vampire Diaries.”


Cuban Stunner Ana de Armas Can Secure Our Area Anytime!


Ana de Armas, the oft nude Cuban actress whose wowed American pervs with her stroke-worthy performances in Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner 2049 and Eli Roth’s Knock Knock, is set to star alongside Demian Bichir (The Nun) in an English language remake of the Korean thriller Joint Security Area.

Originally helmed in 2000 by Park Chan-wook (Oldboy), the remake centers on a love affair between a U.S. Marine and a smoking hot female infantry lawyer investigating a shootout between Marines and Mexican special forces. David Franzoni (Gladiator, Amistad) writes and makes his directorial debut with the project.

Ana de Armas is coming off her impressive breakthrough performance in 2017’s Blade Runner 2049 and will soon be seen in Gia director Michael Cristofer’s murder mystery The Night Clerk. She’s been honored on Clatto’s esteemed list of The 5 Hottest Nude Acting Performances of 2017 and The 5 Hottest Nude Acting Performances of 2015.

Photo: GQ


‘Brightburn’ MILF Elizabeth Banks Mothers a Super Bad Seed!


Sony Pictures has released a new creepy trailer for Brightburn, an origins tale about a Superman-like kid who isn’t super nice around people. Beloved Hollywood degenerate James Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy) produces with director David Yarovesky (The Hive) at the helm.

Stunner Elizabeth Banks (Hunger Games) and David Denman (”The Office”) topline the film as a rural couple who find an abandoned alien baby (Jackson A. Dunn) who uses his super powers for evil. It arrives in theaters May 24.

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Milla Jovovich Heats Things Up In ‘Hellboy’ Reboot!


Lionsgate has released a red-band trailer for its upcoming Hellboy reboot, arriving in theaters April 12. Neil Marshall (The Descent) is at helm with David Harbour (”Stranger Things”) taking on the Hellboy role made famous by Ron Pearlman in Guillermo del Toro’s original series.

Ageless stunner Milla Jovovich (Resident Evil) co-stars as Hellboy’s new nemesis, Blood Queen Nimue. Joining them on the highway to hell are Ian McShane (John Wick), Daniel Dae Kim (”LOST”), Thomas Hayden Church (”Wings”), Penelope Mitchell (”Vampire Diaries”).

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