Coming soon is Breeders (2020), a Danish horror film that was supposed to make its premiere at Cannes. Written by Sissel Dalsgaard Thomsen. Jens Dahl directed. Sara Hjort Ditlevsen, Anders Heinrichsen, and Signe Egholm Olsen.
A young couple gets involved with a biohacking experiment, with an angle of extending their youth. Unfortunately, the experiment leads them into a nightmare they aren’t ready for.
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Coming this October are some deliciously spooky variant covers from Marvel.
X-Men by Russell Dauterman. Amazing Spider-Man by Aaron Kuder with colors by Jordie Bellaire. Avengers by Javier Rodríguez. Black Widow by Joshua “Sway” Swaby. Captain Marvel by Taurin Clarke. Iron Man by Mattia De Iulis. The Immortal Hulk by Mike Del Mundo.
There’s a couple more yet to be unveiled that promise to be just as spooky. Make sure to check with your local comic book shop to see how you can get a hold of these covers.
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Coming soon is what’s been called the Japanese Evil Dead, Bloody Muscle Builder in Hell. Made in 2012, with the aesthetic of a 70s or 80s horror film, it looks like it captures the bizarreness that J horror is often known for. Written and directed by Shinichi Fukazawa. Starring Shinichi Fukazawa, Masaaki Kai, Masahiro Kai, and Aki Tama Mai.
A bodybuilder is trapped in a haunted house and must do whatever it takes to destroy the evil within and escape.
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By most accounts, the Xbox showcase was a mixed bag, but one game I’m very excited for is State of Decay 3. Not to much is known about the game, including the release date. I hope the game is as impressive as this trailer. While State of Decay 2 got harangued for not having much of a narrative, I’m hoping this one will rectify that. And if we have to deal with zombie animals on top of Juggernauts and everything else, it definitely ups the stakes in the game. Are you a fan of the State of Decay games?
Streaming on Netflix now is Ju-On: Origins, a 6-episode expansion of the franchise. Written by Takashige Ichise and Hiroshi Takahashi. Directed by Shô Miyake.
Just binged it and it’s amazing. It explores the origins of the Curse and it’s connection to the house. And it’s gets more and more twisted each episode. It can be difficult to follow along at some points, so you really do have to pay attention. But it’s worth it. It gets pretty depraved as it goes on. I definitely recommend you check it out. The trailer is at My Tumblr
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The other day I was on Amazon Prime looking for something to watch and I stumbled upon Stay Tuned (1992). Hadn’t seen it in years, but had fond memories of it. It’s not quite horror, but they’re are horror elements to it, such as this commercial in the movie. I think this is a movie that could definitely do with a remake as the television landscape and sheer amount of content is so different than what was available back then.
In the film, Roy is obsessed with tv and his wife Helen is over it and him. When a mysterious stranger offers Roy a free trial package to access 666 channels, it will truly put their marriage and lives to the test.
Stay Tuned (1992) was written by Tom S. Parker and Jim Jennewein, based off a story by Parker, Jennewein, and Richard Siegel. Peter Hyams directed. John Ritter, Pam Dawber, Jeffrey Jones, David Tom, Heather McComb, Bob Dishy, Eugene Levy, Erik King, Don Calfa, Susan Blommaert, and Kristen Cloke star.