After last week’s Thanksgiving onslaught, November closes out with a single horror movie, the critically panned The Possession of Hannah Grace.
To celebrate the release of the new sequel and the titular holiday its set during, Zach and Chris watched the original Halloween from 1978 for the latest Everything Action commentary.
Michael Jackson, Stephen King, Mick Garris and Stan Winston came together in 1996 to deliver the 39-minute long music video epic that was Michael Jackson’s Ghosts, which King and Garris co-wrote while Winston directed and created the many special effects.
Six strangers become trapped in an extremely elaborate and deadly version of the popular puzzle-solving tourist attraction in Escape Room, kicking off 2019 at the box office during the first weekend in January.
A murderer’s (literally) row horror icons come together for next year’s Death House, where two special agents are touring a high tech and highly secretive prison when the power goes out and the deadly inmates being housed within are freed.
Ignoring the eerie warning of a troubled mother suspected of child endangerment, a social worker and her own small kids are soon drawn into a frightening supernatural realm of the Mexican ghost, La Llorona.
The string of excellent Stephen King projects hopefully continues next April as a new version of Pet Semetary arrives with Jason Clarke starring as Dr. Louis Crandall, who learns the horrible secret of his new Maine home when tragedy strikes.
Based on the much darker and more horror based comic of the same name, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina updates the teenage witch via the team behind Riverdale as Sabrina (Kiernan Shipka) must make a choice between the witch and human worlds on her 16th birthday.
We get into the Halloween/fall spirit with a bunch of spooky horror games for this edition of Gamebox 2.0 like The Conjuring House and the latest addition to Dead by Daylight along with non-spooky games like the quirky Pig Eat Ball, stylish fighting game Slice, Dice & Rice and Spider-Man’s new adventure on the PS4.
The Nun not only crushed every other entry in The Conjuring franchise as far as opening weekends, it also had the second highest September and R rated horror opening of all time, behind IT Chapter One.