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2017 had a plethora of horror to offer us, and it’s only fair that we provide an extra large episode to cover it! In this nearly 4 hour installment, we first provide our personal top ten film picks of the previous year and then go into the best of television and other media. To cap it off, we go deep into the horror entertainment we are eagerly anticipating in 2018. Thanks for listening!
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.
For the first recording of 2018, we continue our ABCs of Horror series and go for the jugular with JUG FACE (2013), JERUZALEM (2016), and JACK FROST (1997).
For our final episode of 2017, Joe’s been a man about town again and returned with several recordings for us.
Segment 1 – Takashi Miike at the Nuart Theater on 11/3 after a screening of BLADE OF THE IMMORTAL.
Segment 2 – Barbara Magnolfi at the Nuart Theater on 11/18 before a midnight screening of the 4K restoration of SUSPIRIA.
Segment 3 – Q&A with Guillermo Del Toro, Octavia Spencer, and Doug Jones on 12/9 at the Landmark Theater after a screening of THE SHAPE OF WATER.