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“The Magicians” and Why Silence Isn’t Just Golden, It’s Magic

by We Love Horror
Spoilers for Season 3 Follow. Now in its third season (with a fourth already greenlit), Syfy’s The Magicians is the type of show that proves unique and original can survive on television. With a one-sentence pitch of “Harry Potter for adults,” you’d be forgiven for not expecting much from the series. However, showrunners Sera Gamble and John McNamara have taken what started as a fun yet messy program about students of the fantastical Brakebills University and “Hedge-Witches” (magical beings without proper education) who find out the world as written in a series of children’s books, “Fillory and Further,” is not only real but key to [...]

WORLD OF DEATH Ep. 160 – The Last Stop

by We Love Horror
Dope as Fuck… Today’s entry into the World of Death can only be described as “Dope as Fuck”. As an honor bound southsider born and raised in the City of Chicago, I do not throw those words around lightly. The “Dope as Fuck” rating is reserved only for people/places/things that truly are “Dope as Fuck”, but I assure you ladies and gentlemen that The Last Stop, from Davenport, Iowa’s own Izzy Sutton and Chris McClyea, is truly dope as fuck. What makes The Last Stop dope as fuck? Its brisk six minute running time unfolds the narrative of an exterminator [...]

New Details as Brad Pitt Joins Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’

by We Love Horror
The infamous Manson Family murders serve as the backdrop for Quentin Tarantino‘s ninth feature, a 1969-set film that will be produced and distributed by Sony. We now know, via THR, that the film is titled Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and that Brad Pitt has joined a cast that thus far also includes Leonardo DiCaprio. Tarantino describes it as… “A story that takes place in Los Angeles in 1969, at the height of hippy Hollywood. The two lead characters are Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio), former star of a western TV series, and his longtime stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt). [...]

Official “Walking Dead” Video Tribute to Carl Grimes is Here to Make You Cry Again

by We Love Horror
Carl is dead. Long live Judith Grimes, future zombie slayer. So what happened in the extended mid-season premiere of “The Walking Dead” this past Sunday night? Well, for starters, Morgan Jones adopted the stalk and kill techniques of Jason Voorhees, pleasing the gore-hound in all of us with a gruesome moment that saw him literally rip a man’s intestines out of his body with his bare goddamn hands. Oh yeah, and Carl Grimes succumbed to his zombie bite. As promised at the tail end of the mid-season finale last year, Carl is now six feet under the ground, which is [...]

WORLD OF DEATH Ep. 159 – The Hunt

by We Love Horror
Happy Monday all you WOD Watchers out there! So here we are again on another exciting Monday, trying to take on our week. It’s been a trying time in America lately, and I for one, am exhausted. I usually try to keep a light attitude when writing these, but I feel obligated to at least acknowledge what’s filling our social media feeds these days. Following the recent tragedy in Florida, the gun debate has been revved up and hit full throttle once again. Only this time, the engine isn’t stalling out. More voices are being heard and more conversations are [...]

[It Came From the ‘80s] The DIY Carnage of ‘The Deadly Spawn’

by We Love Horror
With horror industry heavy hitters already in place from the 1970s, the 1980s built upon that with the rise of brilliant minds in makeup and effects artists, as well as advances in technology. Artists like Rick Baker, Rob Bottin, Alec Gillis, Tom Woodruff Jr., Tom Savini, Stan Winston, and countless other artists that delivered groundbreaking, mind-blowing practical effects that ushered in the pre-CGI Golden Age of Cinema. Which meant a glorious glut of creatures in horror. More than just a technical marvel, the creatures on display in ‘80s horror meant tangible texture that still holds up decades later. Grotesque slimy skin [...]

[Butcher Block] Godfather of Gore Lucio Fulci’s ‘The Beyond’

by We Love Horror
Butcher Block is a weekly series celebrating horror’s most extreme films and the minds behind them. Dedicated to graphic gore and splatter, each week will explore the dark, the disturbed, and the depraved in horror, and the blood and guts involved. For the films that use special effects of gore as an art form, and the fans that revel in the carnage, this series is for you. Herschell Gordon Lewis may be known as the Godfather of Gore, but it’s a title that he shares with one other; Italian gore master Lucio Fulci. With over 50 films in his filmography ranging from [...]

Trailer Attacked By ‘The Unthinkable’

by We Love Horror
In Swedish film collective Crazy Pictures’ feature The Unthinkable (Den blomstertid nu kommer), Sweden faces a mysterious attack while Alex (Christoffer Nordenrot) tries to reunite with his youth love, Anna (Lisa Henni). Directed by Victor Danell, here’s the first trailer from the indie partly-funded by fans on Kickstarter. There’s not much here but it promises to be pretty suspenseful. [embedded content]

‘Goosebumps 2’ Ensemble Cast Includes Your Favorite Kid from ‘IT’!

by We Love Horror
Plot details are still unknown for the tentatively titled Goosebumps 2, and we don’t even know if Jack Black will be returning, but a cast of young stars is taking shape. Variety reports tonight that Jeremy Ray Taylor, Ben from last year’s IT, will star alongside Madison Iseman (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle), Ben O’Brien (Manchester by the Sea) and Caleel Harris (“Castle Rock”). Last we heard, Sony was releasing the film October 12, 2018, but that’s likely to change. Ari Sandel (The Duff) is developing the project as director. Neal H. Moritz of Original Film and Deborah Forte of Silvertongue Films are producing.

McKenna Grace Will Play ‘The Bad Seed’ in Rob Lowe’s Remake

by We Love Horror
Yes, Rob Lowe is directing and starring in a remake of the classic 1956 Oscar-nominated thriller The Bad Seed for Lifetime, and the evil little kid has just been found. Deadline reports that McKenna Grace (Amityville: The Awakening, I Tonya) has been cast to play Emma in the film, the titular Bad Seed. Patty McCormack, who nabbed herself an Oscar nomination playing the young girl in the original, will co-star as the psychiatrist who treats Emma. “Lowe will star as a father who seems to have everything under control. But when a terrible tragedy takes place at his daughter Emma’s school, he is forced to question [...]