Delayed since 2017, it seems like the horror take on The New Mutants from director Josh Boone is finally coming out in April this year as a group of young mutants band together to try and escape a creepy hospital that claims to want to help them control their powers.
Things get weird again in Hawkins, IN over the summer of 1985 in the upcoming third season of Netflix phenomenon, Stranger Things.
Two big names join Top Gun: Maverick, Dora’s parents cast for the upcoming Dora the Explorer movie, Veronica Mars may be coming back, Brendan Fraser joins the Doom Patrol, Danny Boyle leaves Bond 25 and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
One of the most anticipated pop culture events of the year, does Stranger Things Season 2 live up to the hype as a new threat from the Upside Down threatens the gang in Hawkins?
Back just in time for Halloween, the town of Hawkins is on the brink of destruction from a Lovecraftian terror from another dimension and the entire Stranger Things crew has to reunite to stop it.
One of the two new X-Men movies hitting next year, The New Mutants is surprisingly seemingly going in a horror direction as a group of young mutants in a hospital/asylum have to deal with horrific things happening around them and their growing powers.
Will Byers is having visions of the Upside Down and a giant creature in the upcoming season of Stranger Things, arriving just in time for Halloween on Netflix.
Naomi Watts plays a child psychologist who takes in one of her patients but he runs off and is presumed killed during a severe winter storm. Shortly after, Watts starts seeing and hearing things that makes it seem like Tom (Jacob Tremblay) is back and threatens her and her comatose son.