• The Next CONJURING Film Could Explore the Satanic Panic in the 1980s

    5 days ago - By GeekTyrant

    The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It was another great and scary sequel in James Wan 's horror franchise. I enjoyed the story it told and the thrills that it had to offer. I know this isn't going to be the last film in the series, so I'm excited and curious about what kind of story the franchise could dive into. Well, during a recent interview with /Film , director Michael Chaves was asked where the next chapter of The Conjuring could go and he teased that it could take us down the road of the Satanic Panic in the 1980s. He said: “Ultimately, as you probably can guess, this is 's baby...
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  • New Promo Video for Syfy's CHUCKY Horror Series

    New Promo Video for Syfy's CHUCKY Horror Series

    5 days ago - By GeekTyrant

    The Child's Play franchise is continuing with a new horror series coming to the Syfy Channel titled Chucky. Franchise creator Don Mancini is developing the series, and he recently shared a new promo video on Twitter. It features some behind the scenes footage along with a bit of actual footage from the series. I love working with the uber-talented ⁦ 1ZackaryArthur ⁩! See him this fall starring on CHUCKY ⁦ SYFY ⁩ ⁦ USA Network ⁩ pic.twitter.com/uYZ4q8LJzr - Don Mancini June 10, 2021
    In the new series, “after a vintage Chucky doll turns up at a suburban yard sale, an idyllic American town is...
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  • THE CONJURING and SAW Filmmakers Are Developing New Horror Franchise THE LALAURIE MANSION

    THE CONJURING and SAW Filmmakers Are Developing New Horror Franchise THE LALAURIE MANSION

    6 days ago - By GeekTyrant

    The creators of The Conjuring franchise, Chad and Carey Hayes are teaming up with Saw franchise director Darren Lynn Bousman to develop a new horror franchise, The LaLaurie Mansion. The Hayes Brothers have written the screenplay for this movie, and Bousman is set to direct. The LaLaurie Mansion is an actual haunted location, and the plan is to shoot portions of the film on-site as well, even though public access has not being possible since 1932. The LaLaurie house was made infamous by its resident Madame Lalaurie, “a New Orleans socialite and serial killer who tortured and murdered...
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