Not to be confused with 2017 film of the same name (or the 1991 Madonna concert movie), new "Truth or Dare" finds group of teens forced to tell the truth, do a dare, or die.
Horror specialist Blumhouse Productions is moving into animation, teaming with DreamWorks Animation on a feature film: a dark comedy tentatively titled “Spooky Jack.” The companies have tapped Robert Ben Garant to write the script, based on his original idea about three siblings who move into a new house and accidentally finding monsters — and discover that... Read more »
McFarlane reiterated that the first draft of the screenplay is complete, and that he’ll be stepping behind the camera on the film, described as “a dark, R-rated, scary, badass.”
At Overlook Film Fest, Oscar-winning screenwriter Akiva Goldsman announces he's planning to write and direct new 'Firestarter' from Stephen King 1980 novel
BREAKING : Blumhouse has launched an independent television studio with ITV Studios acquiring a 45 per cent stake. This investment, which values the company at $80 million, according to sources, gives Blumhouse Television the ability to be a true independent studio with the ability to finance and producing original scripted and unscripted 'dark' genre programming aimed at global audiences. The first two series in the deal will be a series version of The Purge , the highly…
It’s the directorial debut of a figure hitherto known exclusively for working in comedy, but it looks like ‘Get Out’ is poised to be 2017’s first major breakthrough horror movie. Produced by Jason Blum of Blumhouse – the production company behind ‘Paranormal Activity,’ ‘Insidious,’ ‘The Purge’ and many more modern horror hits – ‘Get Out’ is written and directed by Jordan Peele, one half of TV comedy duo Key and Peele, who also starred in 2016 comedy ‘Keanu.’ However, ‘Get Out’ sees Peele stay entirely behind the camera to create something altogether different – and so far, the response stateside has been hugely enthusiastic.
Barricade your doors: “The Purge” is coming back for a fourth round. Universal Pictures has set the release date for the next installment of James DeMonaco’s horror series: July 4, 2018. The last installment of the series, “The Purge: Election Year,” was released on the Fourth of July last year and was influenced by the presidential election, though the film was largely completed before Donald Trump began his rise to the presidency.