2021
05.17

Taissa Farmiga (“American Horror Story”), young sister to milfy-hot Vera Farmiga (“Bates Motel”), is set to star alongside Michael C. Hall (“Dexter”) in IFC Films’ disturbing “coming-of-age” thriller John and the Hole. Farmiga will play the hole.

Okay…we don’t know that, but it would definitely spike our interest in the film. That’s not to say the movie’s plot is anything to sneeze at. It’s about a 13-year-old boy who drugs his family and keeps them hostage in an abandoned bunker in the woods while he enjoys his newfound freedom…and Farmiga’s hole (she plays his sister).

Nicolás Giacobone, the Oscar-winning scribe of 2014’s Birdman, penned the script. IFC Films will release John and the Hole nationwide on Aug. 6.

2021
05.12

Universal has released a first trailer for The Forever Purge, the fifth chapter in Blumhouse’s politically-charged horror franchise, The Purge. Everardo Gout (National Geographic’s “Mars”) is at the helm, working off a script from Purge creator James DeMonaco.

The new sequel stars Latin stunner Ana de la Reguera and Tenoch Huerta (“Narcos: Mexico”) as a married couple pitted against a group of Forever Purge radicals on a Texas farm while running from a Mexican cartel on the dawn of Purge night (when all crime, including murder, is legal for a 12-hour period).

Fright fans may recognize de la Reguera from roles in “From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series,” Kevin Greutert’s creepy 2014 supernatural thriller Jessabelle, and 2011’s Cowboys & Aliens. She’ll next be seen in Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead for Netflix.

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2021
05.12

A first 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/ Carnage and Bond girl Naomi Harris (pictured above) as Carnage’s love interest Shriek.

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2021
05.10

Emily Blunt Takes Us to Her ‘Quiet Place’

Paramount Pictures has released a final trailer for its upcoming sequel to 2018’s monster hit A Quiet Place, starring the film’s director John Krasinski and stunner 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.

Slated for release in theaters May 28, the story picks up after the events of the original and pits the surviving Abbott family members up against new horrors while attempting to escape the dangers they know. The movie will also give us a look at Day One of the alien invasion!

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2021
05.04

Phoebe Tonkin Keeps Us Up In ‘Night Shift’

Phoebe Tonkin, co-star on the The CW’s “Vampire Diaries” and its spinoff series “The Originals,” is set to star in Night Shift, a supernatural thriller about a hot woman’s first night working at a creepy motel while attempting to survive paranormal threats and a familiar stalker.

Tonkin plays a hot chick working the night shift at a remote motel who believes she’s being stalked by some asshole from her past and haunted by paranormal forces.

Night Shift marks the directorial debut of Benjamin and Paul China and co-stars Lamorne Morris (“New Girl”), Patrick Fischler (“LOST”), Madison Hu (Bad Words), and Lauren Bowles (Hall Pass).

Tonkin is best known for her role as she-wolf Hayley Marshall on The CW’s “Vampire Diaries” and its spinoff “The Originals.” She’s also co-starred in the Aussie shark thriller Bait

2021
04.26

Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema have released a first full-length trailer for The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, a second sequel in the blockbuster franchise inspired by the paranormal cases of real-life married demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren, best known for their work on the infamous Amityville Horror case of 1975.

Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga reprise their roles as the Warrens, who this time out take on the case of a murder suspect claiming demonic possession as his defense in court. Helmed by Michael Chaves (Curse of La Llorona) and produced by James Wan, the film arrives June 4 to theaters and HBO Max.

Pictured above is Farmiga’s tush (sorry…the devil made me do it). Below is the film’s trailer.

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2021
04.02

Lionsgate has released a first full-length trailer for Spiral: From the Book of SAW, comedian Chris Rock’s much buzzed about new entry in the recently rebooted SAW franchise. Rock, who conceived the film’s story and serves as an executive producer, stars as a detective investigating a series of horrific murders reminiscent of the city’s Jigsaw killings.

Director Darren Lynn Bousman (SAW II-IV) is once again at the helm. Co-stars include Samuel L. Jackson as Rock’s father, Max Minghella (“The Handmaid’s Tale”) as his partner, Marisol Nichols (“24”) as milfy Captain Angie Garza, and Nazneen Contractor (Star Trek: Into Darkness) as a sexy coroner to die for.

The footage looks great minus the new puppet which is laughably awful and a huge disappointment. The film also has a problem with voice…literally. Rock’s high pitch is the same as when he’s hitting a punchline, Jackson sounds like Jackson, and the Jigsaw heir sounds goofy.

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2021
04.02

A trailer has gone online for supernatural thriller Things Heard & Seen, a new Netflix original premiering April 29. The film follows a couple whose marriage collapses further when they move into a small town farm haunted by its previous and brutally murdered owners.

Amanda Seyfried plays the wife in the film, a big city babe struggling with small town life, who is the first to believe the couple’s new home is haunted. An adaptation of the 2016 novel “All Things Cease to Appear,” Things Heard & Seen is helmed by people named Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini.

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2021
04.02

Margot Robbie returns as Harley Quinn in Warner Bros.’ The Suicide Squad, a reboot of the much maligned 2016 original from once promising director David Ayer. Hollywood degenerate James Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy) is now at the helm.

The movie’s red-band trailer just clocked in at more than 150 million views in one week, a new record. The film looks pretty gonzo and suggests a film that will mos-def be better than Ayer’s, but still has the potential to be shitty.

Gunn’s work on Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is impeccable, but his decision here to present Harley Quinn in attire other than tiny booty shorts is a waste of an R rating and a missed opportunity to improve on Birds of Prey.

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2021
02.14

Warner Bros. released The Justice League in 2017 and it was dubbed a turd faster than a speeding bullet. The reason, it’s largely believed, was due to helmer Zack Snyder handing the flick over to Avengers director Joss Whedon when personal tragedy struck. Whedon shit the bed and DC was left with a mess in its hands.

Geeks clamored for what soon became known as the Snyder cut of the film and HBO Max has come to the rescue, announcing a 2021 release of Snyder’s Justice League, minus Whedon’s stank, as a four-hour series on its streaming service. Here’s hoping half of that run-time is spent on slow-mo shots of Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman running, jumping, and sucker punching!

A trailer has been released today and it goes like this: