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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 [...]

“Castle Rock”: How the Best Stephen King Adaptation Could Be One That Isn’t Really a Stephen King Adaptation

by We Love Horror
Stephen King is a state of mind. The author has written nearly 60 novels, a half-dozen non-fiction books and hundreds of short stories. In doing so, he’s built his own multiverse, one that dates back to 1974’s Carrie all the way to this summer’s The Outsider. That’s a rich well to draw from, and Castle Rock – the new Hulu series from Sam Shaw and Dustin Thomason – is wise to not limit itself to an adaptation of just one of those texts. Instead we get a show inspired by Stephen King’s entire world – and that just might make [...]

‘Godzilla’ Returns as ‘King of the Monsters’ in Stunning First Look!

by We Love Horror
EW just shared the first two images from Godzilla: King of Monsters, the Michael Dougherty-directed sequel to the Godzilla reboot that’s setting the stage for a huge battle with King Kong. Godzilla looks triumphant in what is easily one of the coolest film photos of the year, while the below shot reveals our first look at both The Conjuring‘s Vera Farmiga and “Stranger Things” star Millie Bobby Brown in the sequel, which takes place five years after the events in the first film. “The world is reacting to Godzilla in the same way we would react to any other terrifying incident, in that we are overreacting,” says [...]

MGM Fast-tracks ‘Child’s Play’ Remake With a “Technologically Advanced” Killer Doll

by We Love Horror
While creator Don Mancini continues to work on a television series that remains canon to the original film franchise, MGM is fast-tracking on a Child’s Play reboot with Polaroid director Lars Klevberg, says THR. The 1980s horror classic centered on a toy doll possessed by the soul of a serial killer. The remake is, get this, set to begin filming this September from It producers David Katzenberg and Seth Grahame-Smith. Tyler Burton Smith — who has written video games and wrote Kung Fury 2 — penned the script. Directed by ’80s and ’90s horror mainstay Tom Holland and co-created by Don Mancini, Child’s Play told the [...]

6 Horror Movies That Are Unexpectedly Perfect for 4th of July Viewing

by We Love Horror
There are very few horror movies that revolve around America’s most patriotic of holidays. Of course, there’s Jaws, I Still Know What You Did Last Summer, Uncle Sam, and The Purge franchise as tried and true holiday viewing options, but what if you want something a little different this 4th of July? In keeping with the theme of patriotism, fireworks, hot summer barbeques and gatherings, here are six outside-the-box options worth staying inside for this Independence Day… Final Destination 3 While any of the Final Destination films could work, as they all seem to encapsulate that summertime fun, Final Destination [...]

‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Makes ‘Jurassic World 3’ One of the Most Exciting Sequels Ever Promised

by We Love Horror
This probably goes without saying, but I’m about to spoil Fallen Kingdom. If the second film in a trilogy is supposed to ensure that you’d instantly pay to see the final film right afterwards, if given the option, then oh boy does J.A. Bayona’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom succeed in that particular department. In fact, so good is the tease for “Jurassic World 3” that it’s already my most anticipated movie of the next few years. As we recently learned, the third installment in the Jurassic World franchise, planned at this time to be the final installment, is being directed [...]

[Set Visit] ‘Halloween’: Jamie Lee Curtis Tells Us Everything You Need to Know About Laurie Strode in 2018

by We Love Horror
Why hasn’t Laurie simply left Haddonfield? Allow Jamie Lee Curtis to explain. On February 1st of this year, I found myself sitting at a table inside a stranger’s house, situated in a neighborhood that didn’t look too different from the original Halloween‘s fictional town of Haddonfield, Illinois. In actuality, California doubled for Illinois back in 1978, and in 2018, it was in South Carolina that Haddonfield came back to life. “Surreal” is the only word I can use to describe what happened next. Jamie Lee Curtis, though she wasn’t even scheduled to shoot any scenes on that day, walked into [...]

Want to See the Nightmarish Monster Bear from ‘Annihilation’ in All Its Glory?

by We Love Horror
Between David Bruckner’s The Ritual and Alex Garland’s Annihilation, this year has already been an INCREDIBLE one for terrifying, wholly unique creature designs. The former film can be found on Netflix, while the latter film, a boldly original near-masterpiece for the sci-fi/horror genre, is available on Digital HD this week ahead of DVD/Blu-ray on May 29. The majority of Annihilation is set inside “The Shimmer,” an alien-modified realm where nothing is quite as it is in our world. Essentially, the DNA of humans, animals and plants collides inside the shimmer, resulting in mutations that are sometimes beautiful and sometimes completely [...]

[Listicle of Death] 10 Murderous Mamas to Celebrate Mother’s Day!

by We Love Horror
We’ve all seen them. They’re inescapable. Their headlines draw us like a moth to flame with their promise of economic, streamlined order. “They” are The Listicle. A collection of items in article form, listed, that serve a purpose of unifying themselves within a specific category. On this site, we feature plenty of cool, thought-provoking “Top 10” and “Best Of” lists. But, what about you hardcore junkies out there who need a serious fix of the overly specific, “no one asked for this” type of information? I got the hit that you seek here on “Listicle of Death.” I’ll be drilling down to find [...]