Category Horror

Oscar-Winner Robert Richardson

Oscar-Winner Robert Richardson

Oscar-Winner Robert Richardson

Oscar-Winner Robert Richardson set as cinematographer for Venom 2

The Hollywood Reporter has brought word that the fast-developing Venom sequel, which is being helmed by War for the Planet of the Apes‘ Andy Serkis, has found its cinematographer in Oscar winner Robert Richardson, who most recently lent his eye to Quentin Tarantino’s acclaimed latest release Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

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Serkis is known for his amazing motion-capture work in films such as Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy, the Planet of the Apes series, and Star Wars: The Last Jedi. He has also appeared in Black Panther, King Kong, and Avengers: Age of Ultron. Venom 2 will mark the third feature film Serkis will tac...

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Child’s Play 2019 Soundtrack

Waxwork Records is thrilled to release Child’s Play (2019) Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, featuring music by EMMY® and BAFTA Award winning composer Bear McCreary (Godzilla: King Of The Monsters, TV’s The Walking Dead) in a special deluxe double LP vinyl edition. Directed by Lars Klevberg and starring Aubrey Plaza, Gabriel Bateman, Brian Tyree Henry, and featuring the new voice of Chucky performed by Mark Hamill (Star Wars), Child’s Play is the 2019 American horror film reboot of the 1988 film of the same title. The plot follows a family that is terrorized by a high tech doll that rejects its programming and becomes self aware.

Bear McCreary composed the music of Child’s Play with his assembly of a “toy orchestra”...

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Blood on Black Wax Book

Collecting vinyl is an arduous task. And focusing in on horror soundtracks can often be very frustrating. The field is so wide and vast, it’s imperative to lock in on one artist or sub-genre when building your record collection. But how do you know what you’re even looking for? A lot of the best scores are long out of print. Many never before pressed. There are also a lot of re-issues and reprints, some of which are worth as much as the original releases. Blood on Black Wax comes as the perfect field guide, breaking down what’s available, what’s been released in the past, and why certain records should be sought out, even if the movie they are attached to is not worth revisiting or even watching...

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Godzilla: King Of The Monsters

Godzilla: King Of The Monsters

Godzilla: King Of The Monsters

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Naturally the main reason one goes to a Godzilla movie is to see the eponymous creature fight other monsters, but it’s also important to have human characters involved to anchor the story. In the MonsterVerse franchise, most of those humans are part of or affiliated with Monarch, which has studied these Titans for nearly three-quarters of a century.

While 2014’s Godzilla and 2017’s Kong: Skull Island provided some information on Monarch, this month’s Godzilla: King of the Monsters pulling the curtain back even further on this organization. I recently interviewed King of the Monsters production designer Scott Chambliss, and he explained that Monarch’s headquarters is representative of the clash between man and nature in the mov...

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IT Chapter Two

The first trailer for IT Chapter Two was released today and horror fans seem to be pretty pleased with the debut footage. However, like any good trailer, it offers up a lot more questions than answers. Thankfully, screenwriter of the sequel Gary Dauberman was able to clear up some confusion without spoiling anything for anybody who hasn’t read Stephen King’s source material. Dauberman confirms the sequel will include two controversial elements from the book, but he won’t dive too deep into the trailer.

One aspect of IT Chapter 2 that fans were wondering about was the inclusion of the hate crime scene. In Stephen King’s book, a young gay boy is brutally attacked by some bullies...

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Nightmare Cinema Trailer

We have a brand new trailer for the upcoming horror anthology movie Nightmare Cinema. Horror history is littered with great horror anthologies, such as Creepshow, Trick ‘r Treat and Tales From the Hood. This one has been making the festival rounds for a bit now and it’s nearly time for the project to make its way out into the world this summer. As such, the studio has decided to drop this new trailer, which features Mickey Rourke (The Wrestler, Spun) playing host to some unsuspecting victims into this twisted world. It’s a lot to process.

The trailer itself sets up the connective tissue that exists between all of these segments. Former Hollywood heavyweight and Oscar-nominee Mickey Rourke is a creepy theater projectionist who is leading these poor souls through these various horrors...

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