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Is ‘The Strangers: Prey at Night’ Really Based On a True Story?

by We Love Horror
Like The Strangers, new film The Strangers: Prey at Night begins with the message that the film you’re about to see is based on true events. But how much of what made its way on screen actually happened in real life? Well, if you’re having nightmares about murders at neon-lit pools and flaming trucks, you’ll be happy to know all that stuff is fiction. Actually, the events that inspired The Strangers: Prey at Night are the same as the events that inspired writer/director Bryan Bertino’s The Strangers. Meaning that the only thing “based on true events” about Prey at Night is [...]

[Podcasts] Virtual Pros #61 – Talent Teleportation, Stardom Chat, Leg Selling Fetishes & Hand Problems

by We Love Horror
The triumphant return of Virtual Pros that includes answering literally 1700 listener e-mails, STARDOM chat, the nuances of title belts, going to the bar to watch Monday Night RAW, a Fantasy booking nerd orgy that places wrestlers in promotions from different eras, Akiyami vs. Kobashi in a leg selling fetish match, the state of US Indie wrestling in 2007, broken orbital bones, The Bad Boy vs The Dirty Daddy in a legit bar room brawl plus a whole lot more in another can’t miss episode of the world’s greatest wrestling podcast. A true young girl’s shining dream. Subscribe and Listen [...]

[SXSW Review] Suspenseful ‘A Quiet Place’ Delivers Monster-filled Mayhem!

by We Love Horror
Though it hasn’t happened too often in the past 25 years of its run, it’s always a pleasant surprise to see a highly anticipated horror flick kicking off the Film Track of the SXSW Conference. As the last film to do so was the rollicking The Cabin in the Woods five years ago, it would stand to say that John Krasinski‘s A Quiet Place had some high-energy shoes to fill this year. Luckily for festival-goers, Krasinski’s film is a thoroughly entertaining and surprisingly heartfelt thrill ride worthy of its highly publicized opening night slot. A Quiet Place tells the story of a family living [...]

Intro to Spanish Horror: 5 Must See Horror Films!

by We Love Horror
With Paco Plaza’s Veronica taking Netflix by storm, and many touting it to be one of the most terrifying film in years, it’s time to highlight that Spain has been responsible for some of the scariest horror films for a while now. When it comes to foreign horror the explosive wave of brutal films that emerged from France in the early 2000s, often referred to as New French Extremity, made the rest of the world take notice with films like Inside, High Tension, Martyrs, and so much more. The wave emerged as the boom of J-horror began to wane. Between [...]

Vin Diesel Confirmed For R-rated ‘Bloodshot’!

by We Love Horror
Valiant is finally going to see one of their comics adapted to the big screen. Vin Diesel, who is the franchise star of the Fast and the Furious films, is officially signed on to star in Sony Pictures’ Bloodshot, reports TheWrap who adds that production is slated for this coming July. “Bloodshot” is about a mortally wounded soldier resurrected with cutting-edge nanotechnology and tasked with rounding up superpowered outcasts known as “harbingers.” Dave Wilson, who is Deadpool director Tim Miller’s partner at Blur Studios, is attached to direct. Oscar-nominated screenwriter Eric Heisserer (Arrival, Final Destination 5, The Thing, A Nightmare On Elm Street) is [...]

A Murder Plot Comes to Fruition In These Two ‘Thoroughbreds’ Clips

by We Love Horror
The film has been described as American Psycho or The Shining (?) meets Heathers. Out of Fantastic Fest earlier this year, Trace wrote up a list of 10 horror films from the festival that should be on your radar. One of those films was writer/director Cory Finley’s Thoroughbreds, which he called a “viciously dark comedy” with standout performances from Anya Taylor-Joy (The Witch, Split) and Olivia Cooke (“Bates Motel”). In the film, which also stars the late Anton Yelchin… “Childhood friends Lily and Amanda reconnect in suburban Connecticut after years of growing apart. Lily has turned into a polished, upper-class teenager, with a fancy boarding school on her transcript and a coveted [...]

[Review] ‘The Strangers: Prey At Night’ Is a Relentless, Next Level Stalker Sequel!

by We Love Horror
The Strangers: Prey at Night will surely please fans of the original home invasion shocker. It will possibly please fans of director Johannes Roberts more. The same relentless thrills he got out of Mandy Moore and Claire Holt in a shark cage in 47 Meters Down now come with human killers. Cindy (Christina Hendricks) and Mike (Martin Henderson) take their kids Luke (Lewis Pullman) and Kinsey (Bailee Madison) to visit their aunt and uncle for one last family trip before Kinsey goes off to boarding school (grudgingly). It turns out the trailer park campsite is the latest stalking ground for [...]

‘Rampage’ Changes Release Date to Avoid Battle With ‘Infinity War’

by We Love Horror
You’ve surely heard that Marvel just changed the release date for Avengers: Infinity War, bumping it up one week from May 4 to April 27. How is this going to impact the movies being released by other studios? Well, we’ve just learned that Warner Bros. has responded by changing the release date for their Dwayne Johnson-starring Rampage. The Brad Peyton-directed film will now be released on April 13, up one week from its previous April 20 date. This provides a two-week buffer between it and Infinity War. In the film, “Primatologist Davis Okoye (Johnson), a man who keeps people at a [...]

Horror’s Wins at the 2018 Academy Awards; ‘The Shape of Water’ Wins Best Picture!

by We Love Horror
We’re hoping this page is full by the end of the night. No matter who wins or loses, the fact remains that this year’s Academy Awards are pretty important for the horror genre. It’s no secret that the Academy very rarely honors genre cinema with so much as nominations, so the fact that Get Out, a horror movie, and The Shape of Water, a creature feature, each have several nominations is a big deal. Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water is nominated in THIRTEEN categories, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Leading Actress and Best Supporting Actor. As for [...]

‘The Grudge’ Re-re-reboot Infects Andrea Riseborough

by We Love Horror
Before Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Freddy vs. Jason, Saw and Hostel turned everyone onto gore, and before Paranormal Activity turned Hollywood’s attention to found footage, J-horror attempted to creep onto U.S. soil. While it never quite found its footing, U.S. remakes of both The Ring and The Grudge were huge successes, with the latter being the main catalyst behind Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead remake. It went on to spawn two sequels, the third going to direct-to-home video. Now, several years later, they’re hoping to spread the infection once again. Last summer, Ghost House Pictures got us excited by attaching Nicolas Pesce, the [...]