INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 4 Director and Release Date Confirmed

Insidious Chapter 4 Director Release Date Confirmed

Blumhouse has officially announced the start of production on Insidious: Chapter 4 with a video featuring Lin Shaye and Leigh Whannell. Continue reading

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WonderCon 2015: The Future of Blumhouse Productions and Jason Blum’s Favorite Horror Film

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After Blumhouse ProductionsWonderCon panel this weekend, members of the press got the chance to sit down with founder and CEO Jason Blum to have a more direct conversation about studio happenings and his views on the horror genre. From his favorite scary movie to reviving Blumhouse of Horrors to his love of the supernatural, the man behind your nightmares opens up on these topics and more. Read the interview after the jump. Continue reading

WonderCon 2015: Director Leigh Whannell Shares Villainous ‘Insidious: Chapter 3’ Details

WonderCon 2015 Insidious Chapter 3 Lin Shaye Leigh Whannell Interview

This past weekend I had the opportunity to speak with writer/director/actor Leigh Whannell at WonderCon to learn more about what we can expect from the third installment of the Insidious franchise. As a prequel, Insidious: Chapter 3 takes fans back in time to discover how Elise (Lin Shaye), Specs (Whannell), and Tucker (Angus Sampson) came together to become the ghost hunters we know and love. After the jump, learn about his writing process and how he conceived the film’s main antagonist. Continue reading

Second ‘Insidious: Chapter 3’ Trailer Brings Out the Dead [96 Screenshots]

Insidious Chapter 3 Screenshot Lin Shaye Elise Rainier 6

Tapping the well once more, Blumhouse is laying it all out on the table in this latest trailer hoping for the next installment of the Insidious franchise to succeed. Set before the first film, Insidious: Chapter 3 plans to explore the “origins” of our favorite spirit hunters and their first case together. For the spoiler sensitive out there be warned, this new trailer features a lot of money shots and story elements that you might want to savor for your theater outing. Check it out after the jump at your own risk. Continue reading

Top 10 Must Watch Horror Movies of the 2000s (So Far)

Top 10 Must Watch Horror Films from the 2000s

A friend recently issued me a challenge: come up with a top 10 list of the best horror films that are not torture porn or similar to Paranormal Activity. I accepted this challenge with the intention of upping the stakes: find good horror that is also more recent to this millennium that are not sequels, remakes or based on a zombie or virus like apocalypse. If you are looking for some new scares beyond the classics, take a spoiler-free journey after the jump to find out what you’ve been missing out on in the horror world lately. Continue reading

The Best and Worst Films of 2011

The Best and Worst Movies of 2011

OK, now I know this is a LONNNNNNNNNNNNNG time coming, but I finally have gotten the stamina and motivation to complete these lists. I may be seven months late, but you know what, there’s always movies someone hasn’t seen and they are always looking for a fresh perspective. (Heck, The Artist just released to home video a week or so ago.) Some of these being hardly a year old I figure there’s still no expiration date for reviews! I still thoroughly enjoyed the movies on my “best of list.” It may be a bit more unconventional than your average film junky’s, but I think this is quite the list none-the-less.  Continue reading