The final trailer for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is here as the Skywalker Saga comes to its conclusion as the return, in some form, of Emperor Palpatine complicates the battle between The Resistance and The First Order.
A Valiant Comic property finally comes to the big screen next year with Vin Diesel starring as the nanobot enhanced super-soldier Bloodshot.
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil took the top spot at the box office over the weekend but it was far below the opening of the first movie and below expectations, while Joker is on track to become the highest-grossing R rated film of all time worldwide (without adjusting for inflation).
Like most Rob Zombie songs, 1999’s Living Dead Girl is packed with references and homages to classic horror movies and the music video is a tribute to silent horror films, most notably The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari.
A pair of sequels battles it out this weekend but Zombieland: Double Tap has the edge over Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, at least according to the critics.
HBO is bringing one of the most recent Stephen King novels to TV next year with an adaptation of the horror/mystery thriller The Outsider starring Ben Mendelsohn, Jason Bateman, and Cynthia Erivo.
Based on the absurdly popular HBO series and its ghoulish host, CBS aired the kids game show Secrets of the Cryptkeeper’s Haunted House for one season starting in Fall 1996 with John Kassir back to voice The Cryptkeeper and provide color commentary.
Not a whole lot is out this week on DVD and Blu-Ray but there is summer movies Crawl and Stuber, the latest from Rob Zombie, Three from Hell, Henry Cavill hunting a serial killer in Night Hunter and more.
Joker remained extremely strong in its second weekend, delivering the best second weekend in October history, while Gemini Man and Jexi failed to deliver and The Addams Family performed slightly above expectations.
Closing out the bloody and ridiculous carnage of Maniac Cop 2, composer Jay Chattaway and Peter Levin delivered the wonderfully cheesy “Maniac Cop Rap” over the end credits, which basically goes over the entire premise of the series with funky beats and ridiculous rhymes.