1. JURASSIC WORLD SUPERBOWL SPOT
Miss the latest ad for the next Jurassic Park movie? Well here it is!
2. GHOSTBUSTERS GIRLS CLOSE TO CONFIRMED
Melissa McCarthy has reportedly signed on for Paul Feig’s new Ghostbusters flick and Sony is now said to be negotiating with Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon.
I can’t say I’m too impressed at this news, but we have some highly-regarded comedy actresses here so I’m prepared to give it the benefit of the doubt, even though nobody could ever take the place of Venkman, Stantz, Spengler and Zeddemore in my heart.
Read The Hollywood Reporter’s story here.
3. TURBO KID TRAILER SKIDS STRAIGHT INTO OUR HEARTS
Do I need to say anymore?
4. NEW RELEASE DATES FOR FRIDAY THE 13TH, PARANORMAL ACTIVITY: THE GHOST DIMENSION AND RINGS
Shuffles on the release dates of three massive upcoming horror movies. The latest film in the Paranormal Activity franchise has been pushed back to the more traditional Halloween slot, with Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension now set to hit screens on 23rd October. The Ring reboot, Rings is now scheduled for a 13th November release date. And finally, the latest Friday the 13th flick has been bumped all the way back to 13th May next year. Unlucky for some, indeed…
5. ANGELICA TRAILER BRINGS THE VICTORIAN SPOOKINESS BY THE TRUCKLOAD
A trailer for Victorian set horror film Angelica has hit the web. Based on a novel by Arthur Phillips, directed by Teeth’s Mitchell Lichtenstein and starring The Hunger Games’ Jena Malone, this looks a great, atmospheric chiller packed with tonnes of repressed sexuality and creepiness.
Check it out exclusively over at The Hollywood Reporter here.
6. NEW THIS WEEK
Next up we have British zombie flick Book of the Dead. Get it at Amazon here.
Also out this week, we have Roadkill, the fun horror flick about an Irish curse. It can be bought at Amazon here.
And finally we have psychological mindfuck The Haunting of Black Wood. Get it here.
Also, for those who missed it, wonderful and thought provoking short, The Brain Hack can now be watched online for free. Check it out right here.
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