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Music to The Turning Soundtrack

 Finn Wolfhard

Finn Wolfhard

Exclusive: Finn Wolfhard on contributing music to The Turning

Coming Soon.net recently talked to The Turning star Finn Wolfhard (Stranger Things) about the horror film and he confirmed his band The Aubreys will be featured on the horror film’s soundtrack. The latest adaptation of Henry James’ novel The Turning of the Screw, is a moody and evocative ’90’s set film with original music for the feature, which is now playing in theaters.

RELATED: Watch the Children with Care in The Turning Trailer

“We didn’t really know that we were doing it until a few months before the movie was going to come out,” Wolfhard shared, “We had a really fun time doing it as a quick thing. We had a lot of fun doing it.”

On the 90’s inspiration behind the Aubreys track, the star sai...

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New Mutants: What Song Is In

A new trailer for New Mutants has finally been released, but what is the song playing in the background? After spending years in post-production limbo, Josh Boone’s horror superhero film New Mutants will finally see the light of day this year. Originally planned for an April 2018 release, the film was delayed due to reshoots to make it more frightening and also to avoid competition like Deadpool 2 and X-Men: Dark Phoenix. Following Disney’s acquisition of Fox, the film was finally given a release date that will hopefully not change anymore.

New Mutants follows five young mutants (Magik, Wolfsbane, Cannonball, Sunspot, and Mirage) who are discovering their abilities while held in a secret facility against their will...

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New Mutants Trailer on Way

New Mutants Trailer on Way

There you have it, the second trailer for The New Mutants will arrive on January 6, over two years since the first trailer dropped all the way back on October 13 of 2017. This isn’t speculation or a report either, this news comes from director Josh Boone’s verified Instagram account, so it doesn’t get much more official than that. We are finally going to get another look at The New Mutants in a little less than a week’s time on Monday, January 6, 2020.

That puts the arrival of the second trailer about three months in advance of The New Mutants’ theatrical release date on April 3. Josh Boone affirms that release date here, indicating that yes, The New Mutants will actually be playing in movie theaters...

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Listing of Frightening Flicks

What is Your Listing of Frightening Flicks

If there gets on thing I have actually learned about film, it’s that flicks are subjective generally. While your best friend might have a top ten listing of frightening motion pictures that completely creep him/her out, your list of horror films might be completely different. No worries! This is to be anticipated. It originates from the truth that we all harbor various worries; consequently we’re bound to be scared of different animals, maniacs, goblins, ghosts, beasts, aliens and ghouls. Do you know what your checklist of leading frightening movies includes?

Online you can always detect listings of leading films...

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Malignant Sneak Peek Photo

James Wan has shared a new set image from Malignant. The director is currently taking a break from the Aquaman franchise to focus on his return to the horror genre. Wan is keeping things under wraps in terms of the story, but he did share that they are almost finished with principal photography, which should be exciting news for horror fans. As for the image itself, there’s not a whole lot going on except for the slate that shows off what appears to be the upcoming movie’s logo.

Malignant begin shooting in September. The thriller stars Annabelle Wallis (Annabelle), Jake Abel (Supernatural), George Young (Containment), Maddie Hasson (Mr. Mercedes), Michole Briana White (Encino Man) and Jacqueline McKenzie (Pine Gap)...

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Lovecraft Trilogy in the Works

 Lovecraft Trilogy in the Works

Lovecraft Trilogy in the Works

Exclusive: Lovecraft trilogy in the works at SpectreVision!

ComingSoon.net had the opportunity to speak with SpectreVision’s Elijah Wood and Daniel Noah about their upcoming movie Color Out of Space, starring Nicolas Cage, as well as their love of H.P. Lovecraft, confirming that they are attempting to “build out a Lovecraft universe” with Color Out of Space’s director and co-writer Richard Stanley.

RELATED: Color Out of Space Trailer: Nicolas Cage Stars in Lovecraftian Horror

Noah and Wood revealed that they are in the very early stages of developing The Dunwich Horror, saying that they hope there’s “enough of an appetite for these things, and we can keep them going and make at least three of them” as they feel Lovecraft is “such an important voice i...

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Universal Monsters for Dark Army!

 Universal Monsters for Dark Army!

Universal Monsters for Dark Army!

Exclusive: Paul Feig Talks Universal Monsters for Dark Army!

Universal Pictures and Emmy-nominated writer/director Paul Feig (Bridesmaids, Spy, Ghostbusters) are teaming up on a new monster movie, Dark Army. ComingSoon.net got the chance to speak 1:1 with Feig at the Last Christmas junket today, and he gave us the lowdown on the new Universal Monsters project!

ComingSoon.net: This being the Halloween season, can you tell us what growing up with the Universal Monsters meant to you and how that might dovetail into “Dark Army”?

Paul Feig: I’m a mega-fan of those old horror movies. I call them more monster movies than horror movies, quite frankly. Horror movies to me now represent slasher and that kind of thing, which I don’t enjoy at all...

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Sam Raimi Returns to Directing Horror

Sam Raimi Returns to Directing Horror

Sam Raimi Returns to Directing Horror

Sam Raimi returning to horror for Columbia Pictures

The world has suffered without Sam Raimi horror… but that suffering ends now! According to Deadline, the legendary director is returning to his terrifying roots once more to direct a yet-to-be-titled horror film for Columbia Pictures. Details on the film’s plot are pretty thin, but it is said to be a thriller set on an island.

The last time Raimi tackled the genre we received the very underrated Drag Me to Hell (which is a movie you should definitely check out this Halloween season), so let the excitement begin!

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Raimi will direct from a script by Mark Swift and Damian Shannon, who previously worked on 2009’s Friday the 13th reboot, as well a...

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New Poster From The Grudge

New Poster From The Grudge

New Poster From The Grudge

Eerie new poster from The Grudge reboot revealed

After being treated to some chilling first photos last month for the latest reboot of The Grudge, Sony Pictures has debuted the first poster for the Nicolas Pesce-helmed project. Check it out in the gallery below (via Bloody Disgusting).

RELATED: Grudge Photos Offer First Look at Nicolas Pesce’s Horror Remake

The film stars John Cho (Searching), Demian Bichir (The Nun) and Andrea Riseborough (Waco). Filmmaker Sam Raimi, who produced the first two installments of the American versions of the horror trilogy, is producing alongside Rob Tapert for Ghost House. The movie was co-written by Pesce and Jeff Buhler.

The Japanese Ju-On franchise is currently at nine feature films including a “versus” movie with ...

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Slayer: The Repentless Killogy Trailer

Slayer – Tom Araya, Kerry King, Gary Holt and Paul Bostaph – along with Trafalgar Releasing, Nuclear Blast Records and Prime Zero Productions, are pleased to share the theatrical trailer for Slayer: The Repentless Killogy, coming to theaters worldwide for a one-night-only event on November 6.  In addition to the new trailer, fans can now find local theaters and purchase tickets at Slayer.Film.

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Full of revenge, murder, bloodshed and retribution, the first part of Slayer: The Repentless Killogy is a short narrative film written and directed by BJ McDonnell, that blends the music of Slayer with an uncompromising and unmissable, trilogy of music videos assembled as one chronological storyline...

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