Mac Carter's upcoming spookfest Haunt found itself a home at IFC Midnight, which is getting set to premiere the film this coming Wednesday, November 6, at the Film Society of Lincoln Center at 9PM. To celebrate its arrival, we've got a pair of new stills for ya!
Screen Daily just broke the news that Mac Carter's upcoming spookfest Haunt has found itself a home in IFC Midnight! No word on an exact release date yet, but you can expect the usual limited theatrical and VOD bow once it gets here.
In our relentless pursuit of finding you all things cool and spooky, we came across a site for the Morello House. After doing a bit of digging, it became apparent that this is indeed a viral website that's been set up for Mac Carter's upcoming spookfest Haunt. Pretty cool stuff! Dig it!
Following up on yesterday's news, more casting info has come our way for Mac Carter's upcoming spookfest, Haunt, and we've got the skinny for you right here pertaining to just who else will be having some cinematic chills sent down their spines.
Some early casting news has come in for Mac Carter's upcoming spookfest, Haunt, and we've got the skinny for you right here pertaining to just who'll be having some cinematic chills sent down their spines.
Yep, you read that headline right. We know it's hard to believe, but what we have here is a totally original new film - not a remake, reboot, sequel, or prequel. Join us in the celebration, and read on for the details!
In Southern California’s vast array of seasonal attractions, the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride is slowly becoming one of our favorite Halloween traditions. Now in their third year, the creators have stepped things up once again with this demented tractor ride that takes visitors on a twenty-minute onslaught through the darkest areas of Griffith Park.
It just wouldn't be Comic-Con without the iconic cartoonist, writer, toy designer, and entrepreneur we know and love as Todd McFarlane stopping by; and today we got word on all the panels, signings and free giveaways he will be taking part in at the show.
Our next stop on the Los Angeles haunted attractions (following incredible haunts on Halloween Horror Nights and Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor) is the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride. Now in its second year, this one is quickly becoming one of the local October hotspots and it’s a nice change of pace from your typical mazes and scare zones.
If James Brown was the hardest working man in show business, Robert Kirkman certainly must be the busiest man in the comics biz. On March 29th he and Todd McFarlane present Haunt Volume 1. Featuring the artistic team of Ryan Ottley, Greg Capullo, and Todd McFarlane, with story by Robert Kirkman, Haunt Volume 1 from Image Comics collects Issues 1 through 5 of the series. Synopsis: