Why Timothée Chalamet’s Dune Casting Required Some Discussion Behind The Scenes

Timothée Chalamet is older than Paul Atreides in the first Dune book, which wound up benefitting Denis Villeneuve’s movie adaptations.

The Vampire Rules In Abigail (And How They Change The Horror Game) Explained

The horror movie Abigail was made by people who know their vampire lore, and therefore knew which rules to follow and which rules were worth breaking.

Disney Is Once Again Trying To Turn A Classic Theme Park Ride Into A Movie — But Will It Work This Time?

Disney is once again trying to make a movie about Space Mountain, the oldest ride with the longest line in their theme parks.

Zack Snyder Wanted Tom Cruise To Star In Watchmen – But They Couldn’t Agree On A Character

Zack Snyder had considered Tom Cruise for Ozymandias in Watchmen. Cruise, however, had his eye on a different character.

Abigail’s Biggest Horror Surprise Was Kept Out Of Every Trailer

There’s a big twist in Abigail, and the marketing did a good job of keeping it a secret.

Matilda Firth Joins the Cast of Director Leigh Whannell’s ‘Wolf Man’ Movie

Filming is underway on The Invisible Man director Leigh Whannell’s Wolf Man for Universal and Blumhouse, which will be howling its way into theaters on January 17, 2025.

Deadline reports that Matilda Firth (Disenchanted) is the latest actor to sign on, joining Christopher Abbott (Poor Things),  Julia Garner (The Royal Hotel), and Sam Jaeger.

The project will mark Whannell’s second monster movie and fourth directing collaboration with Blumhouse Productions (The Invisible Man, Upgrade, Insidious: Chapter 3).

Wolf Man stars Christopher Abbott as a man whose family is being terrorized by a lethal predator.

Writers include Whannell & Corbett Tuck as well as Lauren Schuker Blum & Rebecca Angelo.

Jason Blum is producing the film. Ryan Gosling, Ken Kao, Bea Sequeira, Mel Turner and Whannell are executive producers. Wolf Man is a Blumhouse and Motel Movies production.

In the wake of the failed Dark Universe, Leigh Whannell’s The Invisible Man has been the only real success story for the Universal Monsters brand, which has been struggling with recent box office flops including the comedic Renfield and period horror movie The Last Voyage of the Demeter. Giving him the keys to the castle once more seems like a wise idea, to say the least.

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Abigail Ending Explained: A Bloody Ballet Where Death Is A Divertissement

Let’s sink our fangs into the ending of Abigail. Major spoilers for the new vampire movie follow.

‘Late Night with the Devil’ Now Available at Home; $14.99 to Buy, Streaming Free on Shudder

The critically acclaimed horror movie Late Night With the Devil was released into theaters nationwide last month, and after scaring up over $10 million, it’s now available at home!

How and where can you watch Late Night with the Devil at home, you ask?

The easiest – and cheapest – way to watch Late Night with the Devil at home is to stream the film on Shudder, which is currently its exclusive streaming home. That will of course require a subscription to Shudder; if you don’t already have one of those – and you should! – you can sign up today and get the first seven days for free, with plans starting at $5.99 per month.

But Shudder isn’t the only place you can watch the film, even if it’s the only streaming service it’s available on. You can also digitally purchase Late Night with the Devil on platforms such as Prime Video and Fandango at Home (formerly Vudu), where it’ll cost you $14.99.

Check it out and then come on back here and let us know what you thought!

[Related] Satan Wants You: The Real Life Inspirations Behind ‘Late Night with the Devil’

David Dastmalchian (Dune, The Suicide Squad) stars as Jack Delroy, the charismatic host of “Night Owls,” and the film traces the ill-fated taping of a live Halloween special in 1977 plagued by a demonic presence. The energetic and innovative feature hails from Australian writing-directing team Colin and Cameron Cairnes (100 Bloody Acres, Scare Campaign). 

Meagan Navarro wrote in her review for Bloody Disgusting, “Late Night with the Devil captures the chaotic energy of a late night show, embracing the irreverent comedy and stress of live television with a pastiche style. It’s a clever trojan horse for a surprising horror movie that goes full throttle on unhinged demonic mayhem.”

Late Night with the Devil was also praised by both Stephen King and Kevin Smith, with King tweeting: “Late Night with the Devil. It’s absolutely brilliant. I couldn’t take my eyes off it. Your results may vary, as they say, but I urge you to watch it when you can.”

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‘Mountain Man’ – Joe Manganiello Will Battle Zombies in Upcoming Horror Movie

Keith C. Blackmore’s book series Mountain Man is headed to the screen, with Deadline reporting today that Joe Manganiello (“True Blood”) is on board to star in the film adaptation.

The actor will also produce the upcoming zombie movie.

Mountain Man tells the story of Gus, a lonely post-apocalyptic survivor facing isolation and the ever-present specter of a zombie attack, who struggles with alcohol abuse and suicidal thoughts until he discovers another survivor, a captivating woman who poses another threat altogether.”

John Lee (False Positive) will direct Mountain Man from a script by Matt Deller.

“John is a brilliant creative mind. We’ve been looking for the right thing to do together since we filmed Pee Wee’s Big Holiday and it’s finally here,” 3:59’s Joe and Nick Manganiello told Deadline. “Very excited to get to work on such weird, wild project with him.”

Film Bridge International is launching sales on the project in Cannes.

Blackmore’s Mountain Man series features 7 books, the first one published in 2011.

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‘Trim Season’ Unrated Trailer – Acclaimed Movie Takes a Nightmarish Trip to a Marijuana Farm

A job at a marijuana farm turns nightmarish in director Ariel Vida’s Trim Season, and Blue Harbor Entertainment has released the trailer just in time for 4/20 this weekend.

Trim Season will open in theaters and on demand June 7, 2024.

Directed by award-winning filmmaker and production designer Ariel Vida, Trim Season stars Bethlehem Million (Sick, “And Just Like That…”) as Emma, an adrift, jobless, 20-something seeking purpose. Along with a group of young people from Los Angeles, she drives up the coast to make quick cash trimming marijuana on a secluded farm in Northern California.

“Cut off from the rest of the world, they soon realize that Mona (Jane Badler) – the seemingly amiable owner of the estate – is harboring secrets darker than any of them could imagine. It becomes a race against time for Emma and her friends to escape the dense woods with their lives.”

The cast also includes “Scream” and Hell Fest‘s Bex Taylor-KlausStarry Eyes, “Midnight Mass” and Doctor Sleep‘s Alex EssoeAlly Ioannides (Synchronic), Cory Hart (“Fear the Walking Dead”), Ryan Donowho, Marc Senter and Juliette Kenn De Balinthazy.

Michelle Swope wrote in her review that Trim Season is “a suspenseful, uniquely crafted story highlighting pain and sacrifice that should spark some powerful conversation around women and gender. Mesmerizing performances, an innovative story, beautiful stylistic choices, and a little bit of witchy weed make Trim Season a must-see horror film.”

Aaron B. Koontz of Paper Street Pictures and Sean E. DeMott of Execution Style Entertainment produced. Paul Holbrook of Hlbrk Ent. produces in addition to Badler on behalf of MeJane Productions. Leal Naim executive produces while Cameron Burns co-produces.

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