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[Review] ‘The Meg’ Is Well Aware What Kind of Movie It Is and Delivers Monster Sized Fun

by We Love Horror
Discerning genre geeks face a weird dilemma when it comes to shark movies: basically, Jaws is one of the best movies ever made (obviously) and the basic concept of “shark vs. people” is of course very appealing to those who like horror, action, or quality b-movies in general. So why are decent shark movies so damn rare? It’s not exactly brain surgery here, but despite the massive success of Jaws, there have only been a small handful of half-decent flicks on the Shark Attack shelf. You’ll find plenty of people who like Jaws 2, Deep Blue Sea, Shark Night, and [...]

Are We Crazy or Did “Castle Rock” Just Set Up a Mind Blowing Reveal?

by We Love Horror
“You have no idea what’s happening here, do you?” Proving that he can be just as creepy playing a human character as he can be playing a nightmarish dancing clown, Bill Skarsgård has been commanding the screen as a silent and unsettling character known only as “The Kid” on Hulu’s “Castle Rock,“ a young man who had been secretly kept prisoner deep beneath the bowels of Shawshank by Dale Lacy, the former warden of the prison; Lacy, who killed himself before “The Kid” was found, believed he was doing the town a service, capturing the Devil responsible for the darkness that [...]

Boss Logic’s Latest Art Imagines Ruby Rose as The CW’s Batwoman

by We Love Horror
As announced earlier today, The Meg star Ruby Rose has been cast as DC’s Batwoman for The CW, her iteration of the character debuting in December as part of the network’s annual DC Arrowverse crossover event. *Potentially,* Rose’s Batwoman will then be getting her own standalone television series, though that’s not yet set in stone. In the meantime, our pal Boss Logic just put his skills to the test, whipping up a piece of art that imagines how Rose could look as Batwoman. Of course, we really have no idea what the character is going to look like at this point, but [...]

‘Batman’ Bad Guy Black Mask Will Be the Villain in Harley Quinn-led ‘Birds of Prey’

by We Love Horror
Announced earlier this year, Cathy Yan’s Birds of Prey will pair up Harley Quinn with other female characters from the DC Universe, including the now-confirmed Black Canary, Huntress, Cassandra Cain and Renee Montoya. But who will the ass-kicking girl gang be doing battle with in the film? The Wrap brings us the scoop tonight. According to the site, Black Mask has been confirmed as the film’s villain, which will mark the character’s debut appearance in the world of live action cinema. The site details… “Created by Doug Moench and Tom Mandrake, Black Mask made his first appearance in the comics in August 1985’s [...]

[Trailer] Negan from “The Walking Dead” Joining ‘Tekken 7’ as a Playable Fighter!

by We Love Horror
Negan‘s arrival on “The Walking Dead” was a real game-changer for the show, and he’s quite literally changing the game when he arrives as a playable fighter in Season 2 of Tekken 7‘s season pass! The announcement was made tonight, via a teaser trailer. “Your eyes do not deceive you, your pounding heart does not betray you; Negan from AMC’s The Walking Dead is making his way into TEKKEN 7 to deal a world of pain in the TEKKEN universe. Negan, beloved by fans of The Walking Dead for his charismatic yet sinister demeanor, is ready to destroy all challengers, regardless [...]

Jessica Lange Returns in “American Horror Story: Apocalypse”!

by We Love Horror
In the immediate wake of the news that FX has renewed “American Horror Story” for ninth and tenth seasons, we’ve learned tonight that this year’s Season 8, “American Horror Story: Apocalypse,” will mark the series return of Jessica Lange! The season mashes together “Murder House” and “Coven,” and Lange will be reprising the role of “Murder House” character Constance Langdon. Lange had departed “AHS” after Season 4, “Freak Show.” Cody Fern (“Assassination of Gianni Versace”) will be playing the adult version of Tate’s evil baby from “Murder House.” He’s not just evil, he’s the Anti-Christ. Also confirmed are Sarah Paulson as Cordelia Foxx [...]

[It Came From the ‘80s] ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master’ Delivered Soul Pizza and Cockroaches

by We Love Horror
The fourth entry of one of horror’s most popular franchises, A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master also happens to be the first one to give Robert Englund star billing. It was about time; at this point in the series, Freddy Krueger had achieved mega icon status, drawing thousands of fans to Englund’s trailer during production in the hopes of getting a glimpse of him in full makeup. Released in theaters 30 years ago, on August 19, 1988, The Dream Master became the highest grossing film of the series until Freddy vs. Jason came along in 2003. The [...]

James Marsters Loves the Idea of a “Buffy” Reboot and Would Be Up for Returning as Spike

by We Love Horror
Like many ’90s favorites, the Joss Whedon-created “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” is getting a small screen revival, seemingly hitting the reboot button for a fresh new take on the series that ran from 1997 until 2003. It’s worth noting that the project is right now in its *very* early stages, so it’s impossible to know what form the new series will be taking. Many fans are none too happy that “Buffy” is being brought back with what we can only assume will be a new Buffy, but star James Marsters loves the idea. Marsters, who played the character Spike in the original series, [...]

WORLD OF DEATH Ep. 182 – “Rest My Bones”

by We Love Horror
Choices. We all make choices that affect our lives. Writer/director Shaun O’Connor‘s 2013 short, Rest My Bones is a film about choices. It begins with Jim who is having a bad day. A recovering alcoholic who is six years sober, he is about to turn his back on his sobriety after losing his job when he sits at his local pub and asks for a shot of whiskey. Jim is startled by another patron and the stranger tells him of his life of drinking and womanizing at a young age and the repercussions it had on his body. The choices [...]

Remember Entering the “Twilight Zone” at Disney with These New Lenticular Photos!

by We Love Horror
Those of you in California, look away. Disney’s “The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror” is still dropping several floors in Florida, Tokyo and Paris. There, you can enter the Hollywood Tower Hotel and enter the “Twilight Zone” in a dark ride that drops you from the top floor to the basement in a freight elevator. With “Guardians of the Galaxy” overtaking the attraction in California, it’s only a matter of time until they reskin it across the globe. Now’s the time to stop by and remember your trip to the famous horror hotel with a brand new lenticular photo opp in [...]