Netflix brings RL Stine’s Fear Street universe to life with big trilogy event kicking off this past weekend with Fear Street 1994, which sees a group of teens in the titular year trying to survive a group of killers from the sordid past of their town of Shadyside, which legend has it is cursed by the vengeful spirit of a witch.
Angelina Jolie is a fire fighter and smokejumper who becomes involved in a cat and mouse chase through the forest when she finds a young boy being chased by a pair of assassins in Those Who Wish Me Dead, which hit theaters and HBO Max this past weekend.
Originally debuting in 1998 to a fairly tepid reception, “Kiss Me” by Sixpence None the Richer exploded the following year after it was featured in both She’s All That and Dawson’s Creek, eventually peaking at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 in early 1999.
The first of Warner Bros’ 2021 HBO Max/Theatrical hybrid releases, The Little Things star Denzel Washington as a former LAPD detective turned deputy upstate who returns to Los Angeles on a procedural errand and ends up getting drawn into a case involving a serial killer being investigated by hotshot detective Jim Baxter (Rami Malek).
With From Dusk Till Dawn celebrating its 25th anniversary this week, it’s the perfect time to highlight the movie’s main soundtrack song, “After Dark” by Tito & Tarantula, who play the house band of the Titty Twister and play the song during Salma Hayek’s iconic dance scene.
Towards the end of its run on HBO, Tales from the Crypt got a pun-filled Christmas parody album with John Kassir’s Cryptkeeper singing gruesome spins on holiday classics with 1994’s Have Yourself a Scary Little Christmas.
For the soundtrack of the 1992 “classic” Encino Man, a slightly remixed version of the Queen classic “Stone Cold Crazy” was included and also got a music video crafted from various Queen performances and videos along with footage from the movie.