x Though 2018 has certainly given me a bunch of superhero movies to look forward to, Blumhouse Productions’ upcoming Halloween sequel has to be among my most anticipated of any genre. I mean, I’ve been a lover of the franchise from a young age, but the fact that this addition to the saga serves as a followup to the 1978 original and disregards tales that have come since leaves me highly intrigued. In other words, I simply can’t wait to see what changes to the mythos have been made, and how the story plays out. Hey, it can’t get any worse than Halloween: Resurrection, right? So, despite knowing reshoots are set to occur in the near future, this week has been quite memorable for people like you and I. In addition to the first images taken from the flick being released, the studio has disclosed several teasers ahead in anticipation of Friday’s trailer debut. Laurie Strode's Under Attack In First Halloween Photos 1 of 4 Click to skip MORE FROM … [Read more...] about Creepy Halloween Clip Debuts Ahead Of Tomorrow’s Trailer
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Back in 2010, I was approached to write a weekly column for Birth.Movies.Death. (then Badass Digest) about horror. It could be about anything genre-related - I had no guidelines, no restrictions, not even a minimum word count. And with this unlimited freedom and wealth of material to draw from, I opted to make my very first Collins' Crypt (formerly Terror Tuesday) a love letter to Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers. You can't ever accuse me of going off brand. Alas, the original article is kind of a mess now due to various site upgrades over the years, so I've reposted it below for your enjoyment. But before you get to that, I'd like to offer you a chance to win a pair of tickets to Screamfest's 30th anniversary screening happening on May 9th at the TCL Chinese in Hollywood! We have a huge Q&A assembled for the event, including Danielle Harris, director Dwight Little, and screenwriter Alan McElroy, so it should be a great time and more than make up for the fact that yes, … [Read more...] about Los Angeles: Win Tickets To See HALLOWEEN 4!
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While the tides are changing in Hollywood – with women demanding to be taken seriously for the atrocities they have been forced to deal with for decades while simultaneously proving to be a major box office draw (we see you, Wonder Woman) – the number of female leads in movies actually went down in 2017.Gal Gadot had an incredibly successful 2017. Wonder Woman was a box office smash, boosting the beloved role model to the top spot as Hollywood’s highest-paid actress. Director Patty Jenkins managed to translate Wonder Woman‘s success into her own pay raise. Girls Trip dominated the box office, while Lady Bird made a splash on the award season circuit. And, of course, there was the ultimate homage paid when Time Magazine decided to give “The Silence Breakers” the honorable title of Person of the Year. But despite all this apparent progress, 2017 was just another example of … [Read more...] about Fewer Hollywood Movies Had Female Leads in 2017
Almost as long as there has been cinema there have been horror movies. While the genre is often branded with the stigma of being low-brow, cheap, and only for hardcore fans of jump scares and gore, it is also responsible for some of the greatest films of all-time, and certainly many of our favorites fall somewhere along the horror spectrum. Just as there are trashy, forgettable, throwaway horror films every year, there are also those that that play upon our greatest fears to create tension, an ominous atmosphere, and to terrify us to our very core. The history genre is full of monsters, both human and otherwise, horrific events, and chilling scenarios that thrill us, scare us, keep us on the proverbial edge of our seats, and stick around to haunt our nightmares long after we leave the theater. The list that follows is Cinema Blend’s definitive, once-and-for-all comment on the greatest horror movies ever made, though we can’t help but wish there was room for 50 or 100 … [Read more...] about The 30 Best Horror Movies Of All Time