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Academy Award Winner Tapped to Direct Blumhouse Horror Film Stephanie

Back in 2002 Akiva Goldsman (Batman Forever, I Am Legend) won an Academy Award for penning A Beautiful Mind, and he's gone on to executive produce the first three Paranormal Activity sequels. Next up, he plops down in the director's chair for a horror flick called Stephanie.

New Line Believes in Superstition

The house that Freddy built has some new tenants moving in as New Line Cinema has made its first acquisition in eight years(!) by acquiring worldwide rights to the found footage Blumhouse production of Superstition.

Universal Reserves Dates For New Horrors to Come

Universal Studios has updated its release calendar by reserving three dates for several of the newest features from Blumhouse Productions. They're just not saying what they are just yet. Read on for what we do know.

More Details Arrive for The Purge: Breakout

We told you a couple of weeks ago that Universal and Blumhouse would be taking the special mobile attraction "The Purge: Breakout" to several cities across the country, and right now we have a trailer and more! Check it out!

WE tv Goes South of Hell with Eli Roth and Blumhouse

And there it is, kids. The most unlikely headline of the week. When you think horror, the last thing you think of is WE tv, but that's about to change as the women's themed network is ready to throw its genre hat into the ring with "South of Hell."

Blumhouse and Universal Taking The Purge: Anarchy on the Road this Summer with The Purge: Breakout

We're seeing more and more creative marketing techniques these days, and to entice moviegoers to experience The Purge: Anarchy first-hand this summer, Universal and Blumhouse will be taking the special mobile attraction "The Purge: Breakout" to several cities across the country.

Sofia Black-D'Elia Goes Viral for Blumhouse

More casting news has come in for the latest shocker from Blumhouse Productions, Viral, which is to be directed by Paranormal Activity franchise directors Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman. Read on for details.

Analeigh Tipton Gets Sick for Viral

On tap right now is the first bit of casting news for the latest shocker from Blumhouse Productions, Viral, which is to be directed by Paranormal Activity franchise directors Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman. Read on for details.

Paranormal Activity 3 Directors Team with Blumhouse for Viral Outbreak

Last year we told you about an upcoming film called Peste, which was to be directed by Mark Ponderai (House at the End of the Street). Not only has the flick undergone a name change, but so too has the director been swapped out. Read on for the latest!

Blumhouse and the Weinsteins Creep Forward

Blumhouse Productions announced today that Radius-TWC has acquired worldwide rights to indie horror-thriller Creep from the Duplass Brothers. Read on for the details you need to keep you creepin'.

John Travolta and Ethan Hawke Join Ti West In a Valley of Violence

It sounds like we're about to experience micro-budget horror on a truly grand scale as Jason Blum's Blumhouse is working with director Ti West on a new film starring Ethan Hawke and John Travolta! Read on for details.

Updates on Blumhouse's Stephen King Adaptation Mercy and Bryan Bertino's Mockingbird

The Hollywood Reporter just issued an odd little article which adds some insight into the films produced by Jason Blum and his Blumhouse Productions. In it were updates on two projects that are currently sitting on the shelf: Mercy and Mockingbird.

Genesis Rodriguez Enters Blumhouse's Home

Blumhouse Productions returns to haunted house territory with Home, which has just signed on a new resident. Read on for the latest casting details!

Topher Brings Some Grace to Blumhouse's Home

Nobody does supernatural horrors better than Blumhouse Productions, who have brought us flicks like Paranormal Activity and Sinister. They're set to return to ghostly territory with Home, which has just secured itself a star. Read on!

Exclusive: Mike Flanagan Reflects on the Horrors of Oculus

We had a chance to sit down with director Mike Flanagan to discuss his new flick, Oculus (review), so we jumped at it. Read on for the scoop on the film, where it's going from here, and of course... what kind of terrors await you.