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‘The Mummy’ Reboot Plot Details Revealed? Seeing as shared universes are all the rage these days, Universal is preparing one of their own starring the studio’s classic movie monsters – Dracula, Frankenstein, The Mummy, The Invisible Man, and so on.

Knock Knock... Watch the First Freaky Trailer for 'Insidious: Chapter 3' Are you sitting down? Are the lights on? Are you sufficiently prepared to get your freak on? Good, cause we've got the first official trailer for Insidious: Chapter 3 and this thing comes packed with a good scare... or three.   So what's the deal with Insidious: Chapter 3? Part three is a prequel revolving around a father (Dermot Mulroney) and daughter (Stefanie Scott) who find themselves terrorized by... something... after moving into a new apartment. An...Read MoreRead Comments

‘Insidious Chapter 3′ Teaser Trailer: Go Back Into The Further Once Again Chapter 3 in the Insidious saga hits theaters next year and your first trailer is here. Written and directed by Leigh Whannell, Insidious Chapter 3 is a prequel to the other two films, showing how ghost hunter Elise (Lin Shaye) learns about The Further, via the plight of a young father (Dermot Mulroney) and his daughter (Stefanie Scott). It’s scheduled for release May 29, 2015.

Full-Length 'Woman in Black: Angel of Death' Trailer After both a U.K. and domestic teaser, Entertainment One UK has unveiled the first full-length trailer for their upcoming sequel The Woman in Black: Angel of Death, which stars Jeremy Irvine and Helen McCrory. But the real star of this thriller is the creepy Eel Marsh house from the original box office hit.The story takes places in England during 1941. London is in the midst of the blitz, and two school teachers must evacuate a group of children to the abandoned, dreaded and very scary Eel Marsh House located far out in the country.

Kate Beckinsale Could Return to 'Underworld'

2:48 PM 10/13/2014 by Jeff Giles
Underworld
Given that Kate Beckinsale has already starred in four Underworld movies -- and that the series seemed to be moving on without her for next year's Beckinsale-free Underworld: Next Generation, starring Theo James -- it seemed somewhat safe to assume that she'd wedged herself into that black bodysuit for the final time.

Guillermo del Toro Expects Good News On Pan's Labyrinth Musical

6:55 PM 10/12/2014 by Fred Topel
Guillermo del Toro
Guillermo del Toro has several upcoming movies in the works, including Crimson Peak, Pacific Rim 2 and a small independent movie he plans to make in between. He’s on television with FX’s series of The Strain, and he produced the animated film The Book of Life in theaters this week.

Right now, audiences can see James Wan's horror spin-off prequel Annabelle, which focuses on the story of the creepy doll glimpsed in The Conjuring. The film offers some decent scares, but it's mostly a formulaic story of demon possession and supernatural events that we've seen before. So MTV decided to freshen things up by taking some footage to Toy Story and mashing it up with the teaser trailer for Annabelle. The result is a very creepy and scary Woody that will never have you look at the cowboy the same way again.

‘Annabelle’ Review: Demons, Dolls and a Magical Negro, Oh My! Warner Bros. Certain images come pre-loaded with an inherent creepiness — identical twins, clowns, dolls, identical ginger clown dolls — but while their presence guarantees some degree of an unsettling atmosphere they’re not actually all that scary. It’s a fine distinction perhaps, but it’s enough to make one leery at the idea of a horror film built around a doll.

Fantastic Fest Hit "Spring" Introduces A Brand New Movie Monster

5:21 PM 10/3/2014 by Fred Topel
Nadia Hilker in Spring
Spring was a hit at Fantastic Fest, winning an acting award for Lou Taylor Pucci. After festival screenings, Drafthouse Films announced it would distribute the film next year. The film stars Pucci as a man traveling in Italy who falls in love with a local girl (Nadia Hilker), who keeps her transformations hidden from him.

James Gunn Introduced Fantastic Fest to The Hive

4:54 PM 10/3/2014 by Fred Topel
The Hive
The Hive, the first feature film from Dave Yarovesky, premiered at Fantastic Fest. To help bring some attention to the film, Yarovesky’s filmmaker friend James Gunn attended the premiere and led a Q&A with Yarovesky after the film. “It’s a blast,” Gunn said of the film. “It’s an amazing looking film and it’s probably the most horrifying love story I’ve ever seen.”
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