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Stephen King is always working on something. The prolific master of horror seems to churn out a book every few months, firing away at one tale of terror after the next, with no signs of slowing down. King is such an institution that he can probably get literally anything published at this point, even a grocery list. And while King will continue to thrive as long as he’s typing away, and publishers will continue to eat it up, he’s not above waxing hypothetically about books he’ll probably never write.

What Critics Said About The Original ‘Friday the 13th’ They Said What?! is a biweekly column in which we explore the highs and lows of film criticism through history. How did critics feel about it at the time, and do we see it differently now? Chris Coffel explores. Following the success of John Carpenter’s Halloween, many filmmakers attempted to cash in at the box office by mimicking the landmark slasher. None did a better job than director Sean S. Cunningham, who partnered with writer Victor Miller to craft a tale about a group of summer camp counselors who are brutally murdered as they prepare to reopen a long-abandoned camp.

André Øvredal to helm Dracula tale The Last Voyage of the Demeter Well, it's officially October, so what better way to kick off this month of spookiness than with a little news about the prince of darkness himself, Dracula. THR has reported that THE LAST VOYAGE OF THE DEMETER, a project which has been stuck in development hell for a number of years, is now back on track with a new director at the helm. André Øvredal, the… Read More...

First Look: Zack Snyder’s ‘Army of the Dead’ Cast Suits Up For Zombie Heist Thriller Director Zack Snyder has a presence at San Diego Comic-Con this year, even though the filmmaker himself isn’t attending the convention. Some of his fans have organized an effort to convince Warner Bros. to release the Snyder Cut of Justice League, going as far as to hire a plane to fly over the convention center with that messaging on it yesterday. Snyder himself isn’t there to see this support in person – instead, he’s off shooting his next movie, a zombie thriller called Army of the Dead.

Zack Snyder could not attend this year's San Diego Comic-Con since he is busy working on Army of the Dead.

Stuber Trailer Takes Dave Bautista & Kumail Nanjiani on a Wild Ride A cop takes an Uber driver on a ride he'll never forget in the upcoming 20th Century Fox comedy Stuber, which arrives in theaters this summer.

Zack Snyder’s ‘Army of the Dead’ Enlists Dave Bautista Dave Bautista couldn’t be happier that James Gunn is getting back behind the camera for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 after Disney reversed their decision to fire the director of the cosmic Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise. But before he reprises the role of Drax the Destroyer, the wrestler turned actor will be working with another superhero filmmaker. Dave Bautsita has joined the cast of Army of the Dead, the first directing gig for Zack Snyder after departing Justice League in the middle of post-production due to a family tragedy.

Dave Bautista to lead Zack Snyder-directed Army of the Dead After starring opposite Chloe Coleman in the cringe-worthy trailer for Peter Segal's family-friendly romp MY SPY, it's been announced that GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY and BLADE RUNNER 2049 actor Dave Bautista will star in ARMY OF THE DEAD, the Zack Snyder-directed zombie flick destined for Netflix. The upcoming project that boasts a script from Snyder and Shay Hatten is said to be a zombie… Read More...

Watch Exclusive 'Suspiria' Clip: You're in a Company Now A swirling tale of darkness, director Guadagnino's Suspiria is set at a dance company in Berlin in 1977. It was a troubling time for the fabled European city and that's reflected fully in the film's dense and brooding atmosphere. Dakota Johnson stars as Susie Bannion, an ambitious young American dancer who has just been accepted into the world-famous company by artistic director Madame Blanc (Tilda Swinton). In our exclusive clip, Madame Blanc puts Susie through her paces, to...Read MoreRead Comments

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