Archive for the ‘Petrifying Previews’ Category

Goosebumps, written by R.L. Stine, scared me as a child; now, the monsters, including gnomes, beasts, insects, and ventriloquist dummies, will haunt me on the big-screen when Goosebumps, directed by Rob Letterman, is released in theaters on October 16th.

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Aliens and Area 51 are the main focus in Area 51, a found-footage film directed by Oren Peli.

Something is pulling four young conspiracy theorists “toward the base,” and because “what it contains is a mystery,” they decide it would be a brilliant idea to don their handheld cameras, pull on their specialized suits, and hop the fence into Area 51.

Once they hop the fence and enter the building, which seems like a piece of cake, they have free-range to explore the vast underground hallways, seeing as not one scientist or military-man appears to work there.

We shall, horror maniacs, “discover the secret” of Area 51 on Friday, May 15th, 2015.

Grandmothers are usually generous, sweet, and kind – unless she has been plucked from The Visit, a horror film directed, written, and produced by M. Night Shyamalan.

In The Visit, the grandmother, sporting grey hair and a cookie-stained apron, becomes, once 9:30pm rolls around, increasingly strange. And Pop-Pop, too, begins acting bizarre when he points a shotgun into his mouth or stands atop his storage unit. As the children put it, “They’re weird during the day, and even weirder at night.”

The two children, sensing that Nana and Pop-Pop “are hiding something,” charge their handheld camera and begin documenting the weird happenings of their elderly relatives all while Skyping their frazzled-looking mother.

Seeing as this is a Shymalan movie, what do YOU think the twist will be? (I guess we’ll have to see what happens when The Visit appears in theaters in September.)

If you aren’t squeamish, why not watch the NEW trailer for The Human Centipede III: Final Sequence, a horror film directed, written, produced, and starring Tom Six?

Bill Boss (Dieter Laser), according to the trailer, can’t control his prisoners, so Dwight Butler (Laurence R. Harvey), his right-hand man, calls in Six, “creator of [the Human Centipede] films” to create a solution.

Their solution: create a “prison human centipede.”

If the prisoners are transformed into a centipede, there will be “no more prison fights” and “no more assaults on guards.” Besides, these prisoners, crawling on their hands and knees and attached to one another’s anuses, will have to respect Bill Boss.

The Human Centipede III: Final Sequence seems to be “exactly what America needs.”

Will YOU be seeing The Human Centipede III: Final Sequence, or are you too squeamish?

Clowns, with their over-sized shoes, bulbous noses, and layers upon layers of make-up, frighten me…and after watching the trailer for Fear Itself, an upcoming horror movie directed by Aaron Mirtes, I truly believe Ribcage the Clown and his blood-red balloons might scare me shitless.

Fear Itself revolves around Emma, a college student, who must come face-to-face with her worst nightmare when a psychotic clown begins terrorizing her small town.

For more information about Fear Itself and to help fund their Kickstarter, click here.

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How would you feel if a loved one, perhaps your daughter, caught a deadly virus and, in a matter of weeks, transformed into a ravenous zombie? What would you do? This is exactly what is running through Wade’s (Arnold Schwarzenegger) mind as his daughter, Maggie (Abigail Breslin), begins her “zombification” in Maggie, an upcoming horror movie directed by Henry Hobson.

Can Maggie be cured? Can she be saved? (I know that Wade won’t kill his own daughter, seeing as he promised her mother to always protect her.) But with Maggie’s aggression and hunger levels rising, what can he do?

Maggie looks fantastic; the actors were well-chosen, and the preview’s music gave me chills. I cannot wait until this movie comes to theaters!

Before I Wake, an upcoming horror movie directed by Mike Flanagan, will be released on May 8th, 2015.

According to IMDB.com, this film will revolve around “a young couple [who] adopt an orphaned child whose dreams – and nightmares – manifest psychically as he sleeps.”

Starring: Kate Bosworth, Annabeth Gish, Thomas Jane & Jacob Tremblay.

Poltergeist, named the 20th scariest film ever made (Chicago Film Critics Association), was a brilliant and classic horror movie. However, seeing as Hollywood lacks creativity when creating horror films, we are now receiving a new and improved (and perhaps more gory) Poltergeist film.

Gil Kenan and Sam Raimi, according to IMDB.com, are “reimagining and contemporizing the classic tale about a family whose suburban home is invaded by angry spirits.” (You know, seeing as their home has been built upon an Indian burial ground.)

The remake is set to haunt theaters on July 17th, 2015 – watch the preview, and tell me what you think below:

Imagine this: whilst on vacation in Florida, dark, ominous storm clouds begin rolling over…and then, all of a sudden, huge and terrifying sharks begin falling out of these clouds like killer raindrops. What should you do? Who should you call?

I know who: Tara Reid and Ian Ziering, our top-notch heroes!

And I know that I will be cheering them on in July when Reid and Ziering battle murderous sharks from Washington, D.C. to Orlando, Florida in Sharknado 3.

Who else is totally stoked?!?!

Unfriended, directed by Levan Gabriadze, a found-footage film taken from someone’s desktop computer, will be released on April 17th, 2015.

According to IMDB.com, this film will revolve around “a group of online chatroom friends [who] find themselves haunted by a mysterious, supernatural force using the account of their dead friend.”

What are your thoughts on Unfriended? Will you see it?

Starring: Matthew Bohrer, Courtney Halverson, Shelley Hennig, Renee Olstead, Will Peltz, Heather Sossaman, Moses Jacob Storm & Jacob Wysocki.