Lovers on the run, Mickey and Jules, head south to Florida in search of a fresh start, committing crimes along the way in true Bonnie & Clyde style. After breaking into a nearby house for a new set of wheels, Mickey and Jules stumble upon a dark secret kept by a pair of homeowners, George and Gloria, who will do anything to keep it from getting out.
The core cast from the original movie—Emma Stone, Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson and Abigail Breslin—are all reprising their roles as Wichita, Columbus, Tallahassee, and Little Rock, respectively, as is director Ruben Fleischer. The question is, will this long-awaited sequel be the end of the franchise? Or is a third Zombieland on the table? It very well could be, but that all depends on how audiences respond, says Fleischer.
In September, audiences will return with the Losers' Club to the sleepy town of Derry, Maine for IT Chapter Two. A sequel to 2017's IT, IT Chapter Two sees the Losers' Club all grown up but still working through the trauma of their childhood encounter with Pennywise the demon clown, as they are forced to return to their hometown to try and stop his reign of terror for good. Here is a full guide to the cast and characters of IT Chapter Two.
Orion Pictures releases the first trailer for Gretel and Hansel, coming to Regal January 31, 2020. The lastest reimagining of the classic Brothers Grimm fairy tale is directed by Osgood "Oz" Perkins from a screenplay he wrote with Rob Hayes.
Here's everything we know about Last Night in Soho, including release date info, story details, and cast. Edgar Wright's seventh feature-length film sees the director going in a slightly new direction with a pivot to the horror-thriller genre.
Was Wes Craven's Scream inspired by a true story? The slasher movie that introduced the world to Ghostface debuted in 1996. The actual screenplay was written by Kevin Williamson and he had quite a bit of inspiration when developing the script.
What is it about Stephen King’s writings that captivates and torments us so much? According to the acclaimed author, there are three levels of horror: The Gross-Out, Horror, and Terror. It is these elements that allow the genre to be diversely shocking and hypnotizing in not only literature but in cinema as well.
Who’s ready to play a game? Ready or Not is a darkly satirical, horror thrill ride where we witness a comedically timed take down of a bloodthirsty upper-class family.
Though IT Chapter Two doesn’t make its way into Regal until September 6th, all of you IT fans can experience life in Derry and meet Pennywise face-to-face at The Derry Canal Days Festival and Funhouse being held in Hollywood! For those lovers of all things Pennywise who won’t be able to make it out (or those who just don’t have the courage to meet him in person), we floated on down to the haunted carnival to report on the horrors that everyone’s favorite interdimensional clown has in store.
So, you’re feeling brave enough to go out and see Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark? Well, if you’re no stranger to the genre, you’ll know that seeing a scary movie does not begin and end with the movie itself: there are multiple mental and physical stages that one goes through when experiencing the turmoil of a true horror movie. Let us break them down for you.
We all have that friend or family member that will, without fail, complain about a movie not living up to the standards of the book; or maybe you are that friend or family member. Either way, one cannot deny that if a book gets the Hollywood treatment, it must be a pretty great story. So to get ahead of the crowd, we’ve compiled a list of books to read this summer before the movie adaptation hits the big screen this year!