In Couch Surfing, a new series from the folks at People, actors reminisce about iconic roles and/or films they've starred in. Their most recent installment features Henry Winkler (the Fonz from Happy Days) discussing the challenges of shooting his death
Earlier this week, we reported that a new reboot of The Craft was in the works at Blumhouse. Though we didn't get an official announcement from the studio, it was listed on Production Weekly's slate of upcoming films being made.
Those lucky enough to attend the Monster Mania Convention in Cherry Hill, New Jersey this last weekend had an amazing photo opportunity: The event served as a reunion for the four stars of The Craft (Robin Tunney, Fairuza Balk, Neve Campbell, and Rachel
Remember all that hubbub a few years back when it was announced that a reboot (or possibly a sequel) to 1996’s cult horror hit The Craft would hit theaters in time to coincide with the original’s 20th Anniversary? Well, 2016 came and went
The Coven is getting back together! Just two days after the four original stars of The Craft (Robin Tunney, Fairuza Balk, Neve Campbell, and Rachel True) reunite for the first time since 1996 at Monster Mania in New Jersey, Scream Factory’s
They say the squeaky wheel gets the grease. A couple days ago, we reported that The Craft co-star Rachel True had put conventions on blast for not including her in several planned reunions scheduled in 2019. Apparently, this opened old wounds, as
The Craft was one of the best-loved horror movies of the 1990s and the film has been enjoying a return to the limelight since celebrating its 20th Anniversary in 2016. To that end, the reunited cast has been a featured draw at many
Remember how we were supposed to get a reboot/sequel to The Craft in time for the original’s 20th Anniversary? While that project is still mired in pre-production limbo, 1996’s The Craft remains hugely popular among old school and newer horror
Halloween (2018) may have surpassed Scream (1996) as top-grossing slasher movie in history, but don’t count Ghostface out just yet. Though the franchise is technically still alive in the form of a TV Series, there hasn’t been a new Scream
Exclusive: Scream 2’s Jerry O’Connell and Kevin Williamson Talk Leaked Scripts and Different Killers!
Twenty years ago, Wes Craven's Scream 2 managed to break box office records, opening with a domestic total of $39.2 million. Despite heavy competition against Titanic and Tomorrow Never Dies, the film went on to gross over $172 million worldwide. Due to the runaway success
Tonight marks the first night of Hanukkah, an eight-day Jewish holiday centered around the Maccabean rebellion against Antiochus IV, who pretty much made being a Jew illegal. There ya go. That's your history lesson of the day because this article
Now that I have successfully found a way to incorporate Tom Cruise's penis into a horror related headline, I can honestly say I have gone where no man has gone before! In any event, Project Casting just shed some light