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Review: 'The Purge: Anarchy' Triumphs Where Its Predecessor Tanked Future sequel-makers in the horror field should pay attention to The Purge: Anarchy. The follow-up to last summer's dystopian action/thriller does so much more with what this franchise has been given by writer/director James DeMonaco. With The Purge, DeMonaco envisioned a new America, one with minimal unemployment and even lower crime rate. The annual Purge, 12 hours when all crime, including murder, is perfectly legal, satisfies the animalistic cravings of the population.

Tusk

Posted July 17th, 2014 by Binh Ngo

'Annabelle' Debuts First Full-Length Trailer

3:42 PM 7/17/2014 by Jeff Giles
Annabelle
In awful news for anyone still plagued by memories of that poor kid being terrorized by his freaky clown doll in the first Poltergeist movie -- or anyone who remembers when the Child's Play series was still vaguely scary -- toy-based horror is set to take another chilling lurch forward with Annabelle this October, and the first trailer is here to prove it.

Next week at Comic-Con, we'll have a much better idea of what to expect from Guillermo del Toro's next horror film Crimson Peak. But until then, some interviews with the director from the set of the film have surfaced where he talks about the haunted house at the center of the story and how they're bringing some of the ghosts inside the house to life by doing more practical effects. The film stars Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain, Tom Hiddleston and Charlie Hunnam, and some of the plot and details on their characters have been revealed.

Exclusive Interview: The Purge Anarchy's Michael K. Williams & Carmen Ejogo THE PURGE: ANARCHY opens up the world hinted at in the first film by giving us a chilling glimpse at what goes on in the streets during that fateful "kill 'em all" night of the year. Either you're a hunter or the hunted, and everyone in between had better take cover or kiss their ass goodbye. Carmen Ejogo's character Eva can attest that it sucks to be one of the innocents caught in the... Read More...

'Ouija' Debuts First Trailer

4:19 PM 7/16/2014 by Jeff Giles
Ouija
Of all the tenuous tie-in properties pitched by Hasbro over the last few years, a movie "based on" the Ouija board game is one of the few that seems to make a certain small amount of sense.
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Daniel Radcliffe's having a hell of a timeIf it feels like Horns – adapted from Joe Hill’s excellent horror novel – has been lingering in the underworld for a while, that’s because it’s been waiting and waiting for a solid release date after playing festivals last year. The film has finally stumped up the crossing fee for the River Styx and will hit UK cinemas at Halloween. Here to prove it is the first teaser poster featuring the devilish Daniel Radcliffe.

Joe Hill’s Horns Gets Teaser Poster And Release Date The long anticipated adaptation of Joe Hill’s novel Horns gets a release date and teaser trailer. The new movie starring Daniel Radcliffe and Juno Temple played the festival circuit last year, but now the Alexandre Aja directed film is on the schedule as well as a San Diego Comic Con panel coming up. In Horns, Ig Perrish (Radcliffe) is a man accused of violently raping and murdering his girlfriend Merrin (Temple). He wakes one morning hung over and with a pair of satanic looking horns growing out of his head.

Jason Blum Talks Insidious/Sinister Director Shakeups, More Purges

10:54 PM 7/14/2014 by Fred Topel
Jason Blum
While Jason Blum has a virtual monopoly on the most successful horror movies, some of his staple directors are moving on. After directing The Fast and the Furious 7, James Wan left the Insidious franchise in the hands of screenwriter Leigh Whannell. Blum still expects he can convince Wan to make another horror movie for him, joking that it could be as soon as Insidious 4.

The Pyramid

Posted July 9th, 2014 by Binh Ngo

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