Well, after much discussion, it looks like a sequel to Sinister (Blu-ray review here) is on its way. Read on for the latest on the continuing adventures of Mr. Boogie.
When Sinister was released in October 2012, we had the pleasure of chatting with co-writer C. Robert Cargill and co-writer/director Scott Derrickson about their gut-punch thriller. With the film's home video release this week, we thought it the perfect time to catch up with the duo.
Next week Sinister comes home on Blu-ray and DVD, and to get you primed for the flick, we've landed an exclusive soundbite with star Ethan Hawke discussing horror. Since that's one of our favorite topics, we figured you'd dig it!
CONTEST CLOSED! UK Readers: Win a Sinister Blu-ray and T-shirt; Join the Valentine's Day Twitter Party
On February 11th UK horror fans can invite Mr. Boogie into their homes as Momentum Pictures brings Sinister to DVD, Blu-ray and Download. To celebrate, we have a few goodies to give away along with details on a Sinister Valentine's Day Twitter event!
With Ethan Hawke most recently delivering a laudable performance in the terrifying box office hit Sinister, due to hit UK DVD and Blu-ray on 11 February through Momentum Pictures, we decided to take a look back at some other Hollywood notables who made their mark on the genre with style. Aaaaand ACTION!
The flick Sinister (review here) had the DC staff divided. Some liked it and some hated it, but either way it did great box office so a sequel could always be looming. In fact the first chatter has begun. Read on for the latest on the continuing adventures of Mr. Boogie.
Another year winds down, and it's time to reflect on the good, the bad, and the ugly of 2012's horror offerings. We're giving you ten different lists this time, and per usual they come in a variety of formats, each reflecting the unique styles of our writers. We've also compiled them to come up with the year's overall winners and losers.
When it comes to Sinister (review here) horror fans have either loved or hated it. Now's your chance to to make up your mind for yourself as the flick is getting ready to make its DVD and Blu-ray premiere.
At long, long, long, long, long, long, long last… Dinner for Fiends has returned with a two-hour epic-sized edition with a lot of ground to cover jam-packed with spoiler-riffic discussions of the last three months of horror movie and television and all the sniping and snarking you love or hate or love to hate.
We'll never understand how or why people react to things the way that they do. Take public bathrooms for instance. What is it about them that causes folks to forget everything they've been taught as a child about proper potty training? Now, let's take some French moviegoers as another example....
Paranormal Activity 4, to no one’s surprise, ruled the box office this weekend. What might be somewhat surprising is how much less money it opened to compared to previous installments.
Audiences were still Taken with Liam Neeson for the second weekend in a row, and a movie about how a fake movie saved lives took second. Both nearly fell victim to a new horror movie about a writer encountering evil lurking within some Sinister home movies.
Clips and trailers have a sickening tendency to show too much of a movie before its release. That being said, we IMPLORE YOU... Don't watch the following clip. Watch the new TV spot instead, and save your scares for seeing Sinister on the big screen this weekend.
Sometimes it's hard to be aware of everything that's happening around you. In fact, you never know when evil has its eye on you. Case in point: this new motion image for this weekend's horror bombshell, Sinister. Dig it!