Two-time Grammy-winning musician and former drummer for Evanescence makes his directorial debut Rocky Gray released a trailer for 10/31.
2017 | Color | 1 Hr 40 Min | Horror | R | Redletter Entertainment
Brett DeJager (The Halloween Blizzard of '91)
Rocky Gray ('The Samhain Slasher' segment)
A Halloween treat bag of all the things that go bump in the night. From masked killers to scarecrows, witches, and tricksters. There’s a scare for everyone in this anthology of horror and the macabre from the creators of The Barn and Volumes of Blood.
In the vain of V/H/S, Creepshow, and Bodybags this Halloween we get another anthology to toss into the mix. 10/31 has not let much out of the "bag" just yet but they did surprise their fans with a trailer that dropped 9/18. 10/31 will give the viewer five interwoven tales of terror taking place on Halloween last year.
In the …
2017 | Color | 1 Hr 40 Min | Comedy | PG-13 | Lions Gate
Director: Tyler Perry
Writer: Tyler Perry
Madea, Bam, and Hattie venture to a haunted campground and the group must literally run for their lives when monsters, goblins, and the boogeyman are unleashed.
Tyler Perry once again writes, directs, and stars in Boo Two, along with Yousef Erakat, Diamond White, Brock O’Hurn, Lexy Panterra, Cassi Davis, and Patrice Lovely.
The first film originated from Perry and Chris Rock including a fictitious Madea Halloween movie in Rock’s 2014 film Top Five, after which Lionsgate then approached Perry and suggested that they actually make the movie a reality.
And all though I have yet to check out the first one Boo! A Medea Halloween I intend too especially if it was or did good enough for a sequel! How about you guys have you see the first? Is it any good? Leave your comments below. In the mean time here is the trailer for Boo Two.
In honor to one of my all time favorite directors Tobe Hooper I bring you his hit music video for Billy Idols "Dancing With Myself". RIP Tobe you will be missed and thanks a bunch for scaring the shit out of me for years now!
13 Nights of Halloween in started in 1998, an annual tradition has been a huge success! So with that being said FreeForm released their schedule for the event starting October 19th.
This year’s schedule is loaded with family-friendly frights, including the films The Haunted Mansion, The Addams Family, Hocus Pocus, Paranorman, Sleepy Hollow, Dark Shadows and The Nightmare Before Christmas. Halloween episodes from shows such as “Last Man Standing” and “The Middle” will also be part of the block.
Also looks like we will get a special night dedicated to Mr. Halloween himself Tim Burton including his short Frankenweenie, Edward Scissorhands, Alice in Wonderland, Dark Shadows, my person favorite Sleepy Hollow and of course to top it off Nightmare Before Christmas!
Check out some highlights below and see the full schedule on Freeform’s web site!
Red Riding Hood
2011 | Color | 1 Hr 40 Min | Fantasy | PG-13 | Warner Brothers
Director: Catherine Hardwicke
Writer: David Leslie Johnson
Set in a medieval village that is haunted by a werewolf, a young girl falls for an orphaned woodcutter, much to her family's displeasure.
After winning 2009's Fright Meter award for writing the ever so scary "Orphan" David Leslie Johnson teams up with Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke giving us a dream world set in a medieval time! And boy is the look and feel of this flick beautiful. The screen is often filled with dazzling fall colors to the harsh of winter the surroundings draw you in quickly. But can a movie about a werewolf set in the 1300's with the vibe of Twilight last? Read on my followers read on!