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Tag Archives: Horror Trailers
“Tell me a story…” Guillermo del Toro + horror = amazeballs. It is known. So who better to turn those creepy stories from the 80s and 90s into a movie? With this kind of power at the wheel, it’s no … Continue reading
Thanks to Bloody Disgusting, here’s a gorgeous, atmospheric look at Aurora, a chilling and absolutely gorgeous horror film from the Phillipines. Read the piece at BD for more info! (Because I’m really lazy today, and they’ve done a damn good … Continue reading
“It’s okay. It’s okay. It’s okay…” The poster for It Comes At Night looks creepy as hell. And the film’s new trailer is damn unsettling. That’s a high compliment from yours truly. Synopsis! Imagine the end of the world— Now … Continue reading
I love the Wishmaster series. But that’s mostly because they’re super cheesy, not because they’re particularly scary. Still, the idea of a wish going horribly wrong makes for great horror (see: The Monkey’s Paw), and Wish Upon is taking up … Continue reading
“There’s nothing stopping her now.” Awwww YEAH! Where my Underworld fans at? Selene is back, baby! And just in time for my favorite month of the year. Well, the new trailer for Underworld: Blood Wars is, anyway. But check it … Continue reading
It’s time, people. The last Resident Evil film is headed our way, and now the final story in the Underworld series has released its first trailer. Synopsis! The next installment in the blockbuster franchise, UNDERWORLD: BLOOD WARS follows Vampire death dealer, Selene (Kate Beckinsale) as … Continue reading
Ouija was a pretty but vacant bit of spooky that hinted at the start of a series. So, naturally, a sequel is coming to town. Or in the case of Ouija: Origin of Evil, a prequel. How’d things get to … Continue reading