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Filming For ‘The Conjuring 2′ Is Underway

  Filming for ‘The Conjuring 2′ is finally underway. James Wan is directing the film, which is said to be loosely based on true events.  Wan is the director behind some of the most popular horror films of the past decade, including ‘The Conjuring’, ‘Insidious 1 and 2 ‘and ‘Saw’. David Johnson, who wrote ‘Wrath of […]

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‘Five Nights At Freddy’s’ The Movie

  Warner Bros. has given the go ahead for a movie based on the creepy video game ‘Five Nights at Freddy’s’. The game, which has three sequels, takes place at Chuck-E-Cheese type restaurant. After the restaurant closes at night, animatronic characters spring to life in a murderous rage. Players, who are locked inside, must find […]

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‘Nosferatu’ Is Rising For A New Remake

  F.W. Murnau’s 1922’s vampire film ‘Nosferatu’ has long been considered a true classic. According to Variety, Studio 8 has acquired the rights to the film with the intent of remaking it. Robert Eggers, who wrote the script for the 2015 film ‘The Witch’, will pen the new version of ‘Nosferatu’. ‘Nosferatu’ follows Count Orlok, […]

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Adaption Of King’s ‘The Ten O’Clock People’ Gets New Name

Tom Holland, writer/director of ‘Fright Night’ and ‘Child’s Play’, has been working on the movie adaption of Stephen King’s short story ‘The Ten O’Clock People’ (‘Nightmares and Dreamscapes’) for a while now. Holland recently confirmed to the Stephen King fan site Lilja’s Library, that the film is still in production and has gone through a […]

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FOX Searchlight To Adapt 80 Year Old New Yorker Article To Film

FOX Searchlight has signed a deal to adapt an eighty year old story from The New Yorker into a feature film. The two-part article, titled “Voices Through the Trumpet”was written by Carl Cramer and documents the events surrounding the first documented haunted house. The haunted house, located in upsate New York, was the home of […]

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Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare Returning To Chicago

  Back in 2013 Rob Zombie launched his haunted attraction The Great American Nightmare, which was named one the best attractions of 2013. The attraction, based on Zombie’s songs and films, will be returning to Chicago this year in time for the Halloween season. “I am thrilled to be bringing The Great American Nightmare back […]

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