Neil Marshall returns to the genre that put him on the map with movies like The Descent and Dog Soldiers with the upcoming horror movie The Reckoning, where a young widow in 1665 is accused of being a witch at the height of the Plague and put through physical and emotional torture by a brutal judge.
Charlie Sheen returns from the dead as a vengeful spirit clad in leather and driving a sweet Dodge Turbo Interceptor in the 80s cult classic The Wraith, which you can watch right here in the latest Everything Action Theater.
The first single off the album of the same name, “Bark at the Moon” was also Ozzy’s first-ever music video and features the rock legend as a Dr. Jekyll style mad scientist who creates a potion that transforms him into a werewolf.
Check out the 80s cult horror classic The Stuff in the first horror-themed edition of Everything Action Theater for October. where a delicious but deadly new dessert called The Stuff begins to take over the world, turning everyone who eats it into addicted zombies.
Blumhouse brings back the deadly but alluring magic of The Craft this coming Halloween with a sequel/reboot from director Zoe Lister-Jones, The Craft: Legacy.
Andrea Risborough stars in the new movie from Brandon Cronenberg, son of the legendary master of body horror David Cronberg, as an assassin who uses brain implant technology to infiltrate and take control the bodies of other people and uses them to perform high-profile hits for clients.
One of our best current Masters of Horror, Mike Flanagan’s first major studio film was 2013’s awesome mindfuck Oculus, where Karen Gillan and Brenton Thwaites play siblings trying to prove that an antique mirror houses evil supernatural powers.