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Creeped Out: ace first trailer for new Cbbc horror anthology

Louisa Mellor Oct 26, 2017

Starting next week on Cbbc, Creeped Out is a brilliantly chilling new anthology series you won't want to miss...

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Cbbc has an absolute treat in store for geeks of all ages. Starting next week on Halloween, Creeped Out is a thirteen-episode anthology of original eerie stories. Prepare to meet sinister puppets, 'harmless' old ladies, technology that takes a hold on your life, mysterious basement portals, and more.

Creeped Out was created by Bede Blake and Robert Butler for Cbbc and Dhx in Canada. Their plan was to make an Amazing Stories for young audiences today, with all the memorable storytelling, imagery and characters of The Twilight Zone. To judge by the episodes we've seen: job very much done.
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Interview: Christopher Landon Reflects on Disturbia & Discusses Why We Need PG-13 Horror

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Earlier this year, D.J. Caruso’s Disturbia turned 10 years old, and since I was already chatting with him for Happy Death Day, I could not resist chatting with Christopher Landon about the project, which became a turning point in his career as a then up-and-coming screenwriter with huge aspirations.

He discussed how Martha Stewart was the inspiration behind Disturbia, as well as how he channeled his own personal grief into the script. Landon also gave his thoughts on why we always need good PG-13 horror films (and that’s a sentiment this writer is very much in agreement with).

One movie that I feel deserves a little more love is Disturbia, and it turned ten years old earlier this year. I really enjoyed it, and I know it's cool to hate on Shia Labeouf now and everything, but I loved him in it. And he has this great relationship with Carrie-Anne Moss,
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Junior Bonner

Sam Peckinpah was a fine director of actors when the material was right, and his first collaboration with Steve McQueen is an shaded character study about a rodeo family dealing with changing times. Joe Don Baker and Ben Johnson shine, but the movie belongs to Ida Lupino and Robert Preston.

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1972 / Color / 2:35 widescreen / 100 min. / Special Edition / Street Date October 31, 2017 / available through Kino Lorber / 29.95

Starring: Steve McQueen, Robert Preston, Ida Lupino, Joe Don Baker, Ben Johnson, Mary Murphy, Dub Taylor, Don ‘Red’ Barry, Bill McKinney.

Cinematography: Lucien Ballard

Film Editors: Frank Santillo, Robert L. Wolfe

Second Unit Director: Frank Kowalski

Bud Hurlbud: Special Effects

Original Music: Jerry Fielding

Written by Jeb Rosebrook

Produced by Joe Wizan

Directed by Sam Peckinpah

I suppose there were plenty of successful rodeo-themed westerns back in the day, perhaps the kind interrupted by a cowboy song every ten minutes or so.
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Halt and Catch Fire Video: Will Cameron and Donna Reconcile After That Death?

Halt and Catch Fire Video: Will Cameron and Donna Reconcile After That Death?
Can old friends make peace in the wake of an unexpected tragedy? That’s the million-dollar question on Saturday’s Halt and Catch Fire (AMC, 9/8c), as Cameron arrives to help Donna pack up Gordon’s house. (May he rest in peace!)

In the exclusive sneak peek above, Donna tells Cameron that she managed to get to the end of her video game Pilgrim — which, as viewers will recall, is no small feat.

“You finished it finished it?” Cameron asks, taken by surprise. “Finally!” Donna exclaims. “You made it hard enough!” But it’s the warm exchange that follows that
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Fear Twd Recap: Unhappy Trails to You

Fear Twd Recap: Unhappy Trails to You
But… but we hadn’t even gotten to say, “Hail, hail, the gang’s all here” yet. Nonetheless, Sunday’s Fear the Walking Dead found another member of our long-splintered group bailing on the reunion that showrunner Dave Erickson promised was coming. Can’t say we blamed the character in question for pulling an Ofelia and striking out on their own. But it was still kind of a bummer. Read on, and we’ll go over how we got from here to… well, not here anymore.

‘You’LL Be In Heaven Before Ya Get There’ | Picking up where “Brother’s Keeper” left off — R.
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Halt and Catch Fire Recap: We Belong

Halt and Catch Fire Recap: We Belong
Need to catch up? Check out the previous Halt and Catch Fire recap here.

Halt and Catch Fire‘s fifth-to-last episode celebrates Haley’s 14th birthday — and reveals something previously unknown about Gordon and Donna’s youngest daughter.

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To mark the occasion, Gordon ditches work, and takes Haley out to launch remote-control rockets at Cameron’s Airstream. Katie and Joe also tag along, but Haley doesn’t invite any friends from school. During the outing, she helps design Gordon’s rocket, painting on it a unique illustration that becomes important at the end of the episode.
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4 Questions We All Have About the New Sabrina The Teenage Witch Series

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Something wicked this way comes. After teasing the appearance of Sabrina Spellman on Riverdale for months now, it seems like the teenage witch might actually be getting her own series. Warner Bros. Television and The CW, the network behind the Archie Comics drama, are currently developing a new one-hour drama, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, for the 2018-2019 season. But this certainly won't be the lovable Sabrina (previously played by Melissa Joan Hart) we all remember - this one will be much more sinister. That being said, we definitely know a few actresses who could pull it off. RelatedRiverdale's Season 2 Poster Contains a Telling Hint About Jughead's Emotional Storyline 1. Who's Involved? Riverdale showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa is writing the adaptation alongside executive producers Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Jon Goldwater, and Lee Toland Krieger, who would direct the pilot if the project gets the green light. 2. What Is It About? The series
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The CW Is Bringing Back Sabrina the Teenage Witch as a Horror Show and We're So In

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The CW Is Bringing Back Sabrina the Teenage Witch as a Horror Show and We're So In
Something wicked this way comes on the CW. Rejoice, Riverdale fans, your demands for the appearance of Sabrina the Teenage Witch have been heard and answered, as E! News has learned that The CW and Warner Bros. TV are officially developing The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Yes, that's right, we're getting a companion series to Riverdale that will be based on the Archie Comics characters, which is being eyes for the 2018-19 TV season. The same creative team behind RiverdaleGreg Berlanti, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Sarah Schechter and Jon Goldwater—are set to bring this new version of Sabrina (infamously played by Melissa Joan Hart on The WB from 1996-2003) back to the small screen,...
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Interview: Author Joe Ballarini Discusses A Babysitter’S Guide To Monster Hunting and the Upcoming Film Adaptation

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If you've read my work on Daily Dead or listened to my ramblings on the Corpse Club podcast, then you might be aware of my deep love for Dance of the Dead, Gregg Bishop's midnight movie masterpiece that blended prom, zombies, and the music of Pat Benatar (via a great cover) into one of the most memorable rentals I ever enjoyed from Blockbuster. When I saw that Joe Ballarini, the screenwriter of Dance of the Dead, had written a new book (for children and adults) called A Babysitter's Guide to Monster Hunting, I knew that I had to talk with him about it, and I recently had the great pleasure of doing just that.

In addition to A Babysitter's Guide to Monster Hunting—the first in a planned three-book series from Katherine Tegen Books (an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers)—Ballarini also discussed his plans for the future installments in
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Drive-In Dust Offs: The Funhouse (1981)

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Everyone needs an escape from time to time. A place apart from reality, where the strange whisper with the miraculous, and cheap trinkets are bartered with greasy denizens of the night. What better place to set a horror film than the carnival, where the potential for mystery awaits around every crimson tent and distorted mirror? If you’re so inclined, step right up and buy a ticket to The Funhouse (1981), the late Tobe Hooper’s wonderful tribute to the seedy shadowed world of carnies, caramel apples, and Universal monsters.

Released in March by Universal, The Funhouse underperformed at the box office, but critics (including Gene Siskel) admired it for focusing on suspense and thrills rather than gruesome mayhem. In a landscape littered with severed limbs and phallically inclined urban legends, Mr. Hooper used his genius to once again showcase the underbelly of the American psyche, this time with a major studio’s dollars.
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Another The Vampire Diaries Spinoff? Where's the Charmed Reboot? And More The CW News

Another The Vampire Diaries Spinoff? Where's the Charmed Reboot? And More The CW News
Something wicked this way comes...maybe. The CW's president Mark Pedowitz gave fans of The Vampire Diaries, which ended its run last season, and The Originals, which is heading into its fifth and final season, a glimmer of hope about the world continuing with another spinoff when he took the stage at the 2017 Summer TCA Press Tour on Wednesday. "Julie [Plec] and I and the studio have had many a discussion, nothing has come out of it yet, but Julie really wants to get the final season of The Originals done, but I am hopeful and if Julie wishes to do it, I look forward to a spinoff down the line…that's really up to Julie at this point." So would a potential spinoff focus on Hope, Klaus...
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'Still Star-Crossed' Recap: Will Rosaline Stop Benvolio's Execution?

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'Still Star-Crossed' Recap: Will Rosaline Stop Benvolio's Execution?
The tension between the Montagues and Capulets comes to a head in the Still Star-Crossed finale "Something Wicked This Way Comes" as everyone prepares for Benvolio's execution.

Ultimately, the finale leaves us with many questions like who would Rosaline choose? And would Count Paris be able to take over Verona? Unfortunately, those questions will never be answered since Still Star-Crossed won't be returning for a second season. Still, "Something Wicked This Way Comes" manages to be a dramatic and satisfying ending.
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'Stranger Things' Season 2 Release Date Revealed -- See the New Poster!

'Stranger Things' Season 2 Release Date Revealed -- See the New Poster!
Something wicked this way comes...

Stranger Things will return to Netflix with its highly anticipated season two on Oct. 27. In the new teaser poster, released on Tuesday, the core cast are gathered together on their bikes as they stare into a deep red sky featuring the Demogorgon.

Exclusive: 'Stranger Things' Creators Tease What Fans Can Expect From 'Spookier, Scarier & Bigger' Second Season


The new season will be set in 1984, a year after the first season took place, and will include nine new episodes and four new characters, including Max, portrayed by Sadie Sink, and her brother, Billy, played by Dacre Montgomery.

Last month, Et caught up with The Duffer Brothers, the show’s producers, where they revealed details about a new villain.

"We really wanted a human villain this year," they said of Billy. "We always talk about Stephen King, but he always has… the human villains are often scarier than the monsters, so we
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How sci-fi went mainstream

Ryan Lambie Jul 7, 2017

To tie in with the Into The Unknown exhibition, on now at London's Barbican, we look at how sci-fi has become a major cultural force...

It's not always easy being geeky. The celebrated genre writer Ray Bradbury knew this all too well; as a kid growing up in the 1920s and 30s, he was intoxicated by all things otherworldly and imaginative: classic horror movies, pulp sci-fi stories about Mars, comic strips detailing the exploits of Buck Rogers. Eventually, Bradbury's peers teased him mercilessly, until, in a bid to fit in, he ripped his Buck Rogers comics to shreds. But far from helping the young Bradbury draw a line under his obsessions, the destruction of his beloved comics left him feeling unhappy and soulless.

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‘Something Wicked This Way Comes’ Revisited: Does the Classic Ray Bradbury Adaptation Hold Up?

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‘Something Wicked This Way Comes’ Revisited: Does the Classic Ray Bradbury Adaptation Hold Up?
(Welcome to Nostalgia Bomb, a series where we take a look back on beloved childhood favorites and discern whether or not they’re actually any good. In this edition: Walt Disney’s live action adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s brilliant novel, Something Wicked This Way Comes.) “My dad disappeared on a trip to the Thousand Islands when I was […]

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Phantasm: A Beginner’s Guide

Ben Robins with a beginner’s guide to Phantasm

One of cult fandom’s most dearly loved horror franchises has finally been given the blu-ray upgrade it deserves this year, off the back of not just a brand new sequel, but also a J.J. Abrams-backed 4K restoration of the original. Spanning five movies, countless casting back and forths, and nearly 40 years of production woes and seriously devoted fan conventions, the Phantasm series has finally, at long last, pulled to a close.

And whilst it might not be quite as expansive (or as widely known) as a lot of the genre’s other heavy-hitters like Friday the 13th, Halloween or A Nightmare on Elm Street, Don Coscarelli’s Phantasm movies hold a special place in horror lore, as not just one of the only long-running franchises to be consistently owned and controlled by the same person, but also as one
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Forbidden Tomes: Sideshow Mirrors – The Art of Ray Bradbury’s Pulp Horror

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The grotesque appeal of carnivals, their inherent and attractive darkness, are long-established motifs of horror. Sideshow acts are full of the lurid and uncanny—humans whose appearances or movements aren’t “normal,” showcased behind heavy curtains or glass as objects of hideous wonder. Few can capture this fascination better than Ray Bradbury, who, along with Tod Browning and Diane Arbus, has solidified these images into our public consciousness. His fiction is shadowy, nebulous and exploitative, like these carnivals, and he evokes their qualities with the highest art.

Many of his plots center around an uncanny or supernatural force wreaking havoc in a mundane environment—an everyman who realizes his skeleton is trying to kill him, the arrival of a strange and deadly circus in Something Wicked This Way Comes, or a fantastic environment that is explored through recognizable, everyday emotions. The Martian Chronicles is otherworldly in setting, but its characters are preoccupied with grief,
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The Gate

Screen horror gets a fun-ride boost with the adventures of a trio of home-alone kids squaring off against demons from, ‘right in their own back yard.’ Creative, expertly daring special effects heighten a perfect spook thriller for young kids, that’s has more and better ‘Boo’ moments than most of the hardcore genre classics of its decade.

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Lionsgate / Vestron Video

1987 / Color / 1:85 widescreen / 85 min. / Street Date February 28, 2017 / 39.97

Starring: Stephen Dorff, Christa Denton, Louis Tripp, Kelly Rowan, Jennifer Irwin, Deborah Grover, Scot Denton, Ingrid Veninger, Sean Fagan

Cinematography: Thomas Vámos

Film Editor :Rit Wallis

Speical Visual Effects Designer and Supervisor: Randall William Cook

Special Makeup: Craig Reardon

Original Music: Michael Hoenig, J. Peter Robinson

Written by: Michael Nankin

Produced by: John Kemeny

Directed by: Tibor Takács

Horror enthusiasts of a different generation than mine speak highly of the theatrical shockers of the 1980s that set their nerves on edge.
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Exploring Disney's fascinating dark phase of the 70s and 80s

Ryan Lambie Dec 7, 2016

Space horror in The Black Hole. Animated death in The Black Cauldron. Ryan looks back at a unique period in Disney's filmmaking history...

When George Lucas started writing Star Wars in the early 70s, the space saga was intended to fill a void left behind by westerns, pirate movies and the sci-fi fantasy of old matinee serials. "Disney had abdicated its rein over the children's market," Lucas once said, according to Peter Biskind's book, Easy Riders, Raging Bulls, "and nothing had replaced it."

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Indeed, Disney was one of many Hollywood studios that Lucas had approached with Star Wars and they, just like Universal, United Artists and everyone other than 20th Century Fox boss Alan Ladd Jr, had turned it down flat.
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