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Halloween (2018) Direction: Good or Bad?

I say good!

I’m happy with the direction David Gordon Green and Danny McBride are taking the legendary Halloween franchise. For one reason in particular: Michael Myers having no relation to Laurie Strode is creepy. 152 more words

Horror

Good Word About the New 'Halloween' Trailer!

Apparently, from what I’ve heard, the new Halloween trailer is terrifying and awesome!

It may be until July when we get to see what everyone is raving about. 25 more words

Horror

The New Halloween film is shown off at Cinemacon!

Halloween is coming back, and Jamie Lee Curtis was on hand at Cinemacon to show off the new horror film!

Per The Hollywood Reporter:

Jamie Lee Curtis on Wednesday brought scares to CinemaCon in Las Vegas as she previewed the first footage from her Halloween sequel. 257 more words

Daily Geek News

'Halloween': Jamie Lee Curtis Unmasks First Trailer At CinemaCon

Jamie Lee Curtis was on hand during Universal’s CinemaCon session today to introduce the first-look trailer for the upcoming Halloween sequel. Curtis, who starred in the original 1978 movie, said when she was first approached for the new film, she didn’t hesitate. 205 more words

Breaking News

The New England Society Of Geeks Presents The Keepers Of The Fringe Podcast

Episode 53

You Never Go Up The Stairs Taint First

Or

Can You Just Stop Ruining Things I Love?

This week, the Keepers give a salute to the King of Chicken Parmistan, and wonder what it would be like to play a game starring old man Mario.  104 more words

Keepers OF The Fringe Podcast

John's Horror Corner: Virus (1999), The Thing (1982) meets The Terminator (1984) in this gory, evil cyborg flick loaded with insectoid robot minions.


MY CALL:  A possessed computer makes robot minions, evil gory zombified cyborgs and a hulking destructive juggernaut to stalk a star-studded cast on a high-tech Russian vessel. 632 more words

John Leavengood

HALLOWEEN - Poster

Here’s a poster for the new Halloween flick. Out on October 19.

Posters