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Tubi TV Announces Halloween HorrorFest

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Tubi TV, the largest truly free Internet TV network with no subscription fee requirement, today announced it Halloween HorrorFest, which is brimming with tons of uncut terrors!.

You can watch for free at tubitv.com, on Android and iOS mobile devices, and on OTT devices such as Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Sony, PlayStation 4, Samsung, and Amazon Fire TV!

From the Press Release:
Tubi, Inc., the industry’s leading free streaming TV and movie network, announced a weeklong Tubi HorrorFest beginning today and running through midnight on Halloween. Diving into its massive streaming library, Tubi has curated horror playlists for everyone in the family — with fan favorites ranging from The Silence of the Lambs, Hostel, and Daybreakers to family-friendly programming like Igor, Ruby Gloom, and Tales From the Cryptkeeper. The movies will be offered online in separate playlists to make the customized viewing experience even easier for viewers.

Over the course of the next seven days, Tubi will stream more than 600 horror movies and shows across all platforms including Android and iOS mobile devices; on OTT devices such as Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Sony, PlayStation 4, Samsung, and Amazon Fire TV; and on the web at tubitv.com.

Below is the full list of Tubi HorrorFest titles:

HALLOWEEN HORROR: Thirteen of Tubi’s featured Halloween favorites for true horror fans.

· The Silence of the Lambs (1991): A young F.B.I. cadet must confide in an incarcerated and manipulative killer to receive his help on catching another serial killer who skins his victims.
· Frontièr(s) (2007): A gang of young thieves flees Paris during the violent aftermath of a political election, only to hole up at an Inn run by neo-Nazis.
· Teeth (2008): Still a stranger to her own body, a high school student discovers she has a physical advantage when she becomes the object of male violence.
· Hatchet (2007): When a group of tourists on a New Orleans haunted swamp tour find themselves stranded in the wilderness, their evening of fun and spooks turns into a horrific nightmare.
· High Tension (2003): Best friends Marie and Alexia decide to spend a quiet weekend at Alexia’s parents’ secluded farmhouse. But on the night of their arrival, the girls’ idyllic getaway turns into an endless night of horror.
· Hostel (2006): Three backpackers head to a Slovak city that promises to meet their hedonistic expectations, with no idea of the hell that awaits them.
· Daybreakers (2010): In the year 2019, an unknown plague has transformed the world’s population into bloodthirsty vampires. As the human population nears extinction, vampires must capture and farm every remaining human, or find a blood substitute before time runs out.
· House of 1000 Corpses (2003): Two young couples traveling across the backwoods of Texas searching for urban legends of murder end up as prisoners of a bizarre and sadistic backwater family of serial killers.
· Sleepaway Camp (1983): Angela Baker, a traumatized and very shy young girl, is sent to summer camp with her cousin. Shortly after her arrival, anyone with sinister or less than honorable intentions gets their comeuppance.
· Suspiria (1977): A newcomer to a prestigious ballet academy comes to realize that the school is a front for something sinister amidst a series of grisly murders.
· The Town That Dreaded Sundown (2014): 65 years after a masked serial killer terrorized the small town of Texarkana, the so-called “moonlight murders” begin again. Is it a copycat or something even more sinister?
· Nightbreed (1990): A troubled young man is drawn to a mythical place called Midian where a variety of monsters are hiding from humanity.
· Cube (1997): Six complete strangers of widely varying personality characteristics are involuntarily placed in an endless maze containing deadly traps.

KILLER WOMEN, FINAL GIRLS: Whether appearing as the final girl or the villain, women are the bloody heart of these horror movies.

· Suspiria (1977): Dario Argento’s colorful classic is set at a German ballet school where the students are terrorized by unseen forces.
· Teeth (2007): After a sexual assault, a young woman discovers that she has a powerful biological defense against violence.
· High Tension (2002): Alexandre Aja directs this French horror movie about two women terrorized by a slasher at a remote country home.
· May (2001): Lucky McKee made his directorial debut with this film about a lonely woman who has to literally make her own friend.
· Phenomena (1985): A young Jennifer Connelly stars alongside horror vets Donald Pleasence and Daria Nicolodi in Dario Argento’s supernatural creeper.
· Grace (2009): This nightmarish film brings a mother’s worst fears to life.
· Sleepaway Camp (1983): This ’80s slasher centers on a lonely teen’s experience being bullied at a summer camp where campers begin to die in grisly ways.
· Tamara (2005): Pre-Step Up, Jenna Dewan Tatum is the titular victim who wreaks vengeance after she’s killed and comes back after a sexy makeover.
· Lake Mungo (2008): This Australian found footage film finds a family looking into their daughter’s double life after her death.
· Frontièr(s) (2007): The French suburbs are turned into a war zone in this film that pits a young woman against Neo-Nazis.
· Excision (2012): This twisted film goes under the skin of a surgery-obsessed teenage girl.

FAMILY FRIGHT NIGHT: If the kids can sit still with all that candy they’ve eaten, they can watch these family-friendly movies and shows on Tubi, all perfect for the month of October.

· Igor (2008): The quintessential sidekick gets his own movie with this charming animated comedy.
· Little Monsters (1988): Kids can see that the monsters under their beds don’t have to be scary with this ’80s favorite.
· Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred (2012): Lucas Cruikshank’s Fred Figglehorn wonders if his teacher is actually a vampire in this goofy outing from the YouTube star
· Tales from the Cryptkeeper (1993-1999): HBO’s adult series gets a kid-friendly, animated makeover in this Saturday morning cartoon.
· Eloise’s Rawther Unusual Halloween (2006): The Plaza Hotel’s most famous resident investigates the presence of a ghost in this holiday special.
· Alpha and Omega: The Legend of the Saw Tooth Cave (2014): The beloved wolf pups of this animated adventure franchise dig into a mysterious, spooky cave.
· Sabrina: The Animated Series (1998-2000): The beloved half-witch is 12 years old in this cartoon prequel series that features Melissa Joan Hart as the voice of aunts Hilda and Zelda.
· Ruby Gloom (2006-2008): Ruby’s last name may be “Gloom,” but she has a sunny outlook on life in this warm-hearted cartoon series.

COMEDY OF HORRORS: Take a break from the screams with a few laughs while watching these funny, fearsome films.

· The Return of the Living Dead (1985): Dan O’Bannon’s twist on George Romero’s classic adds ’80s punks and a sly, self-conscious sense of humor.
· Hell Baby (2013): Fans of Reno 911! will love seeing Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant’s trademark comedy brought to the horror genre.
· Bad Taste (1987): With this story of aliens craving human flesh, Peter Jackson’s directorial debut exercises his creative muscle and the audience’s gag reflex.
· Attack of the Killer Tomatoes (1977): With a minuscule budget and enormous fruit, this cult favorite doesn’t take itself too seriously.
· Teeth (2007): This satire about a woman’s response to a violent attack has a blackly comic sense of humor and, well, teeth.
· April Fool’s Day (1986): Led by Muffy, a group of ’80s preppies find their trip to a family vacation home isn’t relaxing in this surprising slasher.
· Motel Hell (1980): A horror fan’s horror comedy, this gory satire references classics including The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and Night of the Living Dead.
· The Little Shop of Horrors (1960): Before the stage musical and the 1986 movie, this Roger Corman original (and we do mean original) introduced the world to Audrey Jr.
· Hatchet (2007): Prepare for an ab workout: This profoundly gross ode to old-school horror will alternately make audiences vomit and guffaw.

Tubi TV is a free Internet TV network that offers the largest collection of movies and TV shows. Led by a team of passionate entertainment and technology enthusiasts based in San Francisco, Tubi TV is acquiring premium movies and TV shows so viewers can be entertained without the hassle of subscription fees or credit cards. Advertisements ensure that Tubi TV remains free for everyone.

Find Tubi TV on Android and iOS mobile devices and on OTT devices such as Roku, Apple TV, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Samsung, Amazon Fire TV, and more. You can also watch Tubi TV on the web.

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Whatever Happened to John Gulager’s Children of the Corn: Runaway?

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Sometimes a movie goes into production and then seemingly disappears from the world altogether. It doesn’t happen often, but it does happen. Usually, Dimension is involved.

Ouch. But true.

Such as Amityville: The Awakening which was filmed in 2014 but didn’t get released until recently this year (3 years). And All the Boys Love Mandy Lane which was completed in 2006 but didn’t see release until September of 2013 – a whopping 7 years!

Another such movie you may not have even heard about – or more specifically – may not remember hearing about is the lost Children of the Corn sequel from Feast-director John Gulager called Children of the Corn: Runaway.

What follows is the history of the film as best as we could piece together, along with a possible update on just when we might expect to see this missing sequel.

It’s worth noting right off the top that this film is closely linked to yet another Dimension film which still has yet to see the light of day, Hellraiser: Judgment. Both films were produced around the same time, in the same area, under producer Michael Leahy.

Anyhow, the first word we heard on the production of Children of the Corn: Runaway came on March 21, 2016, when it was merely rumored that there was a new Children of the Corn movie secretly being filmed in Oklahoma City, OK.

It was thought at the time (and most likely true) that Dimension was rushing out a sequel so they could keep the rights to the franchise, regardless if they had a release plan or not.

That same day we learned that the new film was directed by John Gulager and was going by the title Children of the Corn: Runaway. We also learned the film was currently shooting in Oklahoma City, OK and the surrounding area including Luther and Coyle and that filming would wrap on April 2nd of that year.

Joel Soisson was rumored as the screenwriter for the new film, and Gatlin Returns, Inc. (natch) was producing with Mike Leahy, Joel Soisson, and Sean Patrick Eaton.

At the time, the plot of the movie was rumored to be:
A young pregnant Ruth who escapes a murderous child cult in a small Midwestern town. She spends the next decade living anonymously in an attempt to spare her son the horrors that she experienced as a child. She lands in the small Oklahoma town, but something is following her. Now, she must confront this evil or lose her child.

Then all of this info was confirmed the very next day by press release.

A month later on April 13, 2016, we got a bevy of behind the scenes pics via News OK – all courtesy of Nathan Poppe – and you can check all of those out below.

After that? Nada. Total silence for 19 months. Children of the Corn: Runaway seemed to fall off the edge of the world. Just like Hellraiser: Judgment.

But unlike Judgment, which gets fairly regular updates via new Pinhead Paul T. Taylor and director Gary J. Tunnicliffe, no one seems to be talking about Runaway. At all.

What’s the deal?

Truthfully, we’re still not sure. In the researching of this article, we reached out to director John Gulager, writer Joel Soisson, producer Michael Leahy, and new Malachi actor Blaine Maye. But all of these leads came up fruitless.

That is until I attempted to contact lead actress Marci Miller.

While I was unable to contact her directly, I did take a look at her Instagram, where I was able to confirm that the film is currently doing some ADR and will be shooting for a February/March release date.

Here is her post:

Children of the Corn #ComingSoon

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And if you look closely, you can see that a fan asked (and I’m paraphrasing):

“When will the movie be released?”

And below you will see Miller’s reply:

“February/March.”

For now, that is all the new info we can find on Children of the Corn: Runaway.

That said, with Dimension and the Weinstein Company going under recently, maybe another top horror producer (You listening, Jason Blum?) will snatch up the rights to this and Hellraiser: Judgement and we will finally see the films released.

After all, in the above-mentioned set-visit from NEW OK, producer Michael Leahy said this about Children of the Corn: Runaway and Hellraiser: Judgment:

“We’ve had a lot of fun,” Leahy told the site back in 2016. “Blood has been flowing here in Oklahoma City. These are two horror films that are going to be seen by a core audience.”

Yeah, we’ll see about that…

We’re not trying to be pessimistic here, but really this is getting ridiculous at this point. Will we ever see Children of the Corn: Runaway and/or Hellraiser: Judgment? Your guess is, unfortunately, as good as mine.

Fingers crossed. We’ll let you know when we hear more.

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Synapse’s Suspiria 4K Restoration Gets a Release Date

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Earlier this year, we wrote about Synapse Films’ Suspiria 4K restoration and how it was available for pre-order. The weird catch was that there was no release date confirmed and that pre-orders would go out sometime in December 2017. Today that changes as we can confirm that the 3-disc special edition Blu-ray collection will come out December 19th, just in time for Christmas but a little late for Hanukkah. Any chance we can have one extra night this year?

Restored over three years, Synapse has been working tirelessly to create the ultimate version of Dario Argento’s 1977 classic supernatural horror film, which has since gone on to become one of the most recognized and lauded titles in the genre. This cut has been overseen and approved by Luciano Tovoli, the Director of Photography on the film.

Pre-orders are still available via Synapse Films’ website.

Special features:
*Limited edition of only 6000 units produced
*Exclusive Steelbook packaging and collector’s o-card sleeve, featuring artwork from Malleus, Van Orton Design, Juan José Saldarriaga & Chris MacGibbon
*Three disc [Two Blu-rays + One CD] limited collector’s edition (only 6000 units) containing a new 4K restoration of the original uncut, uncensored Italian 35mm camera negative exclusively done by Synapse Films, with color correction supervised and approved by SUSPIRIA Director of Photography, Luciano Tovoli
*Original 4.0 1977 English language LCRS sound mix not heard since the theatrical release in 1977, presented in high-resolution DTS-HD MA 96 Khz/24-bit audio
*Italian 5.1 surround sound mix
*Two audio commentaries by authors and Argento scholars, Derek Botelho, David Del Valle & Troy Howarth
*Do You Know Anything About Witches? – 30 minute SUSPIRIA visual essay written, edited and narrated by Michael Mackenzie
*Suzy in Nazi Germany – Featurette on the German locations from SUSPIRIA
*A Sigh from the Depths: 40 Years of SUSPIRIA – All-new anniversary retrospective on the making of the film and its influence on cinema
*Olga’s Story – Interview with star Barbara Magnolfi
*Original theatrical trailers, TV spots and radio spots
*Special Collector Edition Booklet containing an American Cinematographer interview with Luciano Tovoli, liner notes by Derek Botelho and restoration notes by Vincent Pereira & Don May, Jr. Cover artwork by Matthew Therrien Illustration
*“International Classics” English “Breathing Letters” opening credit sequence from U.S. release version
*Alternate All-English opening and closing credits sequences, playable via seamless branching
*Newly translated, removable English SDH subtitles for the English language version
*Newly translated, removable English subtitles for the Italian language version
*Exclusive CD remaster of Goblin’s SUSPIRIA motion picture soundtrack, containing additional tracks not included on the original 1977 soundtrack release

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Creep 2 Starring Mark Duplass Hits Netflix This December

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Just the other day we shared with you guys an exclusive interview with Partick Brice, the director of the Mark Duplass-starring found footage flicks Creep and Creep 2.

Today we have the awesome news that the killer sequel Creep 2 (review) will be hitting Netflix streaming on December 23rd.

The original creeptastic motion picture is already streaming on Netflix so if you need to catch up – or just watch the original again – you can do so tonight and get ready for the sequel which, personally, I found to be superior (if even just slightly) to the original.

What did you think of the original film? Are you excited to check out the sequel? Or have you already seen it? Make sure to let us know in the comments below or on social media!

Creep 2 starring Mark Duplass and Desiree Akhavan hits Netflix December 23rd!

Synopsis:

Desiree Akhavan (“Girls”, APPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR) stars as Sara, a video artist whose primary focus is creating intimacy with lonely men. After finding an ad online for “video work,” she thinks she may have found the subject of her dreams. She drives to a remote house in the forest and meets a man claiming to be a serial killer (Mark Duplass, reprising his role from the previous film). Unable to resist the chance to create a truly shocking piece of art, she agrees to spend the day with him. However, as the day goes on she discovers she may have dug herself into a hole she can’t escape.

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