Lego reveals new Ghostbusters Afterlife Ecto-1 Build Kit

Ghostbusters is returning to the LEGO brick, with the new 10274 Ghostbusters ECTO-1 based on the latest version of the iconic car that will feature in the new movie Ghostbusters Afterlife.

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James Bond actor Sir Sean Connery dies aged 90

Sir Sean Connery has died at the age of 90.

The Scottish actor was best known for his portrayal of James Bond, being the first to bring the role to the big screen and appearing in seven of the spy thrillers.


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Clive Barker Joins Hellraiser Series as Executive Producer

Announced back in April, HBO is currently developing a Hellraiser television series, with Halloween Kills director David Gordon Green set to direct the pilot and several more initial episodes that brings to the small screen for the first time the iconic pincushion-headed villain who heads a group of pasty-faced villains sent from hell, known as the Cenobites.

Deadline reports tonight that Clive Barker himself has joined the Exec Producing team.


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Blumfest: Halloween Kills teaser released

Announced during the virtual BlumFest, filmmaker David Gordon Green and the horror franchise’s scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis, producer Malek Akkad from Trancas Films and Miramax producer Bill Block and Jason Blum released another teaser to the upcoming Halloween Kills.


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Patrick Wilson to Direct Insidious 5

Announced during the virtual BlumFest, Patrick Wilson is stepping behind the camera for the first time to direct the next Insidious sequel.

A fifth film in the supernatural horror franchise is currently in the works, though a release date has not been set.


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Academy Award Winner John Ridley Writing and Directing “Untitled Paranormal Project” for Blumhouse

Announced during the virtual BlumFest, Academy Award Winner John Ridley is writing and directing an Untitled Paranormal Project for Blumhouse, based on the recently published article Project Poltergeist.


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Blumhouse Celebrating Halloween With BlumFest

In the same vein as DC and their FanDome event this past summer, Blumhouse has announced that they’re bringing the Halloween fun to you at home this week with their first annual BlumFest.


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Review: Heckle ‘A Slow Burn Turns Slasher’ (FrightFest 2020)

Review by Paul Grammatico


Many people in the entertainment industry get dragged on various social media channels. Being an almost unknown entity in this realm, I wouldn’t know what it would mean to be a target of such malice nor would I want to as I have been either a witness or an accidental bystander of such bashing on these platforms. I think that the worse verbal beating would be standing on a stage in front of an audience. Many stand-up comedians have been heckled by audience members during their acts. Most comedians, being experts in their craft of verbal stylings, can brush aside most instigators, but there are times where their retorts can go too far and end a career (channeling Michael Richards). Being a comic can be a brutal and fleeting business.

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‘Southland Tales’ gets new BluRay release

Arrow Video are re-releasing the Richard Kelly directed film Southland Tales on BluRay; available to order now and due for release in January 2021.

In 2001, writer/director Richard Kelly achieved cult status with ‘Donnie Darko’, an assured debut feature exploring deep existential questions through the lens of 80s nostalgia. Five years later, he followed it up with a more ambitious and even more beguiling sophomore effort, in which forces of totalitarianism and anarchism collide against the backdrop of a post-apocalyptic, near-future world – the beguiling and baffling Southland Tales.

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‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ gets new release date

Sony Pictures has announced moved the release date of Ghostbusters: Afterlife from once more from March 2021 to June 11, 2021, which will be the same weekend as the first Ghostbusters film was released in 1984. It becomes the latest tentpole shift in the theatrical calendar given the ongoing restrictions of movie theaters amid the pandemic.  The film originally had a July 10, 2020 release date before it was moved this past March due to the coronavirus. Continue reading