Fright Fans! Get out your pillow cases and plastic pumpkins because we have a surprise treat for you! Joe recorded the HALLOWEEN (2018) panel at “Halloween: 40 Years Of Terror” last weekend, and now we can share it with you just in time for the wide release of the movie. Happy Halloween!!!
BONUS EPISODE – HALLOWEEN (2018) panel from “Halloween: 40 Years Of Terror”
Joe’s away on vacay for this one, so it’s up to Chris and Jenny to bring you the news, a review of CASTLE ROCK so far, and a whole mishmash of weird news and wandering trains of thought. Enjoy!
Episode 148 – Sick Sad Hodgepodge
Due to repeated internet connection issues effecting our Skype conversation this week, we only managed to get as far as discussing the news before throwing in the towel. Our planned ABCs of Horror episode has been moved to June, but please enjoy this “Mini-Macabre” episode for now.
Episode 135 – A Mini-Macabre
And we are suppose to be here today! After a tech issue imposed hiatus, Chris, Joe, and Jenny have returned with a ton of news items, some talk about the season premiere of Ash vs. Evil Dead and mid-season premiere of The Walking Dead, and we give a review of the new Netflix film, The Ritual.
Episode 129 – I Assure You, We’re Open!
Our next episode is a 2017 recap, and look forward to 2018’s horror entertainment. Don’t forget to participate in our latest contest. All you have to do it tell us some of your favorite horror-related things from last year. Until then here’s some bits of horror news from the week to hold you over.
The directing team that brought us “Turbo Kid” are taking us back in time to the Summer of ’84 in this trailer for their upcoming horror-thriller about a group of kids who suspect their neighbor is a serial killer.
People anticipating Fox’s horror-inspired “The New Mutants” will have to wait an extra ten months after yesterday schedule reshuffle. The new release date has been pushed back to February 22, 2019.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter Paramount TV president Amy Powell revealed Bryan Fuller is currently helping them bring Anne Rice’s “The Vampire Chronicles” to television. She states that all involved hope he decides to stay on as the showrunner.
While speaking to Entertainment Weekly Ryan Murphy confirmed Sarah Paulson will return for the 8th season of “American Horror Story”, and that the story will be set in the “near future.”
Per Variety, Hulu and Blumhouse Television have agreed on a first-of-its-kind deal for a monthly horror anthology. The series’ first season will feature one stand-alone episode per month for a year starting in October 2018.
Deadline is reporting Gareth Edwards’ “Monsters” is being adapted as a television series. Ronan Bennett will be the showrunner with writers Daniel Fajemisin-Duncan and Marlon Smith handling the writing. While it’s currently in development with Channel 4 in the UK, the producers are looking to secure a broadcasting outlet in the U.S.
Howdy, Fright Fans! Chris here, taking up the news duties for Joe this week as we try to keep you all up to speed on what transpired in the world of horror entertainment this past week. Our next recording will be the second half of our STRANGER THINGS 2 recap, so we will be lacking in time to discuss the bulk of these items. Please check them out at your own pace. Thanks for reading us as well as the sites we pull our news from!
In an exclusive, Deadline reports the popular podcast “Welcome to Night Vale” is being developed for a television show for FX. Gennifer Hutchison, who’s currently an Executive Producer of “Better Call Saul”, will adapt the podcast for television via Sony Pictures Television. Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor, the creators of the Night Vale, will serve as executive producers on the series.
“We’ve never met anyone in the industry who understands our world and approach to storytelling better than Gennifer does,” said Fink and Cranor. “We are lucky to be working with her, as well as FX – a network with a long history of creating excellent television.”
If you’re unfamiliar with the show, there will be plenty of time to become acquainted with “Welcome to Night Vale” before the television series begins. Night Vale revolves around the quirky town of Night Vale as narrated by community radio host Cecil Gershwin Palmer, with a revolving cast of characters. You’ll quickly learn why you should stay out of the town’s dog park, why librarians should be avoided, and why being a radio station intern may be the most dangerous profession in Night Vale.