Halloween Reboot Has Its First Poster!

The latest instalment in the Halloween franchise has finally been given a face – and it’s a particularly haggard one. In the first poster for the 2018 title Halloween, Michael Myers’ infamous mask is star of the show, highlighting 40 years of wear and tear against a starkly black background.

The poster comes as the first promotional material to surface for the movie, with exactly six months to go until Halloween’s release date of 19th October. With Jamie Lee Curtis reprising the role of Laurie Strode for the final time, Halloween will act as a direct sequel to the events of the 1978 classic – effectively wiping the slate clean for the other nine films in the franchise.

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Daphne and Velma are getting their own live action film… fighting zombies?

Have you ever thought “Hey, I’d really like to see the women of the Scooby Doo star in a live action zombie movie”? No? Well luckily for you, Ashley Tisdale has.

That’s right, the ex-Disney star has utilised her own production company with sister Jennifer (aptly named Blondie Girl productions) to create the Scooby Doo spin off that no one knew they needed until hearing the ridiculous concept. And, with a team of Sarah Jeffery as Velma and Sarah Gilman as Daphne, the fever dream only gets better and better.

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Emily Blunt finds herself A Quiet Place to hide in latest trailer

Emily Blunt’s latest film shows that silence is not only golden, but entirely necessary for survival.

Hiding out in a remote cabin in the wilderness, a family of four seem to live an idyllic lifestyle. Living off the land, playing board games, and eating dinner together, all seems in perfect harmony – except for one thing. Everything is done entirely in silence.

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Thelma releases electrifying opening scene

Joachim Trier’s critically acclaimed Thelma, debuting at Toronto Film festival and already earning a nomination for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2018 Academy Awards, has now released its opening scene online.

With categorisation ranging from horror and science fiction to thriller and drama, it’s safe to say the Norwegian hit is in a genre all of its own. The narrative follows shy young Thelma (Eili Harboe), a college student that has broken free of her religious family to study in the metropolitan Oslo. Soon, she starts to suffer seizures, and coincidentally becomes increasingly infatuated with the beautiful Anja (Kaya Wilkins).

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The Midnight Man plays on your worst nightmares in debut trailer

Creepypastas from all corners of the internet are getting their screen debut, and The Midnight Man is no different.

Following Alex (Gabrielle Haugh) as she looks after her grandmother in a suitably creepy house, the story begins with the discovery of a long-forgotten game in the attic. Much like Jumangi, the fun is soon lost when the terrifyingly true nature of what the game entails come to light, but differs from the jungle board game in that there’s far less monkeys. Oh, and playing can result in lethal consequences.

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Creepy Countdown: Jigsaw gives a taste of what’s to come in the eighth Saw film

The Saw franchise’s latest film, Jigsaw, comes out this Friday – but what can we expect from the newest instalment’s many gruesome traps?

Coming in at number eight, the film is no newbie to the series that prides itself on torture-porn. Releasing an exclusive clip as a taster for what’s to come this weekend, we hear what could be the returned Jigsaw himself taunting a fresh batch of sinners – and this time around, he’s taking the ‘saw’ part very literally.

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Creepy Countdown: I Know What You Did Last Summer is 20 years old today

Celebrating its anniversary of 20 years today, I Know What You Did Last Summer continues to be a horror classic perfect for any Halloween season.

Heading down a winding road in North Carolina, four friends accidentally hit a fisherman with their car whilst driving home. Deciding to dispose of the body in the sea and never talk about it again – all seems well. That is, until a year later when Julie James (Jennifer Love Hewitt) receives an anonymous message and a hook-wielding killer is out for revenge on the morally corrupt teens.

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