Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is an expanded edition of the beloved Jane Austen novel featuring all-new scenes of bone-crunching zombie mayhem. The film is described as a horror romantic comedy and is in theaters February 5th 2016.
You might recognize Natalie Dormer from her role on The Hunger Games, Game of Thrones, or Elementary. Now you can see her as the lead character in what can best be described as a psychological folktale horror film. The movie references the Aokigahara Forest, a real place in Japan associated with demons in Japanese folk lore. It’s also a place where about 100 people go to commit suicide every year. The trailer plays heavily on this history and creeps us the heck out.
This is definitely one of the creepiest Christmas films se to come out this year. Based on the lesser known Christmas folk tale of Krampus, the guy who punishes the kids on the naughty list. This movie is one to watch if you’d like a good scare during the holidays.
The film is set to release December 4, 2015.
Horror comedies seem to be making a comeback this October. Ash vs Evil Dead, Cooties, and now The Final Girls. The trailer does a great job of poking fun at the horror genre and keeping things interesting. The movie has an Oct. 8th release date.
We’re soooo excited to have some new content from the Evil Dead franchise. STARZ is taking a chance and producing an original series with Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell called Ash vs Evil Dead and it looks great. Watch the latest trailer.
Two creepy twins with a creepy mother with bandages all over her face. Maybe due to the fact that the film uses subtitles but I’m not really sure who I’m supposed to be afraid of. Judge for yourself.
In Theaters - September 11
Coming this Holloween, Ash Vs.The Evil Dead is the television sequel to the cult classic The Evil Dead, one of the best examples of horror comedy. The series picks up 30 years after the movie but doesn’t lose any of the funny the movies were known for.