5 of the Most Thrilling Opening Sequences Ever!

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There can be little doubt that the opening sequence to any movie is possibly one of the most crucial moments in a picture. It often sets the tone for what is to come, and rarely fools the audience into thinking that they are watching a feature in particular that then suddenly changes course. There are exceptions, such as in Alfred Hitchcock‘s ‘Psycho‘ (1960) where, judging by it’s opening, you would be forgiven …

Halloween Programming for Syfy, Google Play and More!

Do you feel that? It’s Halloween spirit in the air! Halloween is my favorite holiday when it comes to holiday programming, well that and Christmas. But with Halloween just around the corner, you can bet there will be loads of new series and already established series airing Halloween related episodes. Below we have the Halloween programming schedule for Syfy, Google Play, Crypt TV, Stage 13, go90 and 60 Second Docs.

 

Jamie Lee Curtis Returns For 40th Anniversary ‘Halloween’ Movie. But Can The Series Stay Relevant?

It was strongly hinted on social media that True Lies star, Jamie Lee Curtis will be reprising her role as the virginal Laurie Strode in the upcoming Halloween sequel, scheduled to be released on October 19th, 2018.

A message on her official Facebook page read as follows:

Same porch. Same clothes. Same issues. 40 years later. Headed back to Haddonfield one last time for Halloween. Release date 10/19/18.

A picture of Jamie Lee Curtis wearing …

Russell Dickerson Talks Debut Album “Yours,” Touring with Thomas Rhett, and His Halloween Costume

We had the opportunity to sit down with rapidly on the rise country star, Russell Dickerson recently to chat about his forthcoming debut album, Yours, Halloween and what he would dress up as, and his recent tour with Thomas Rhett. Dickerson made his national TV debut during episode #4 of The Bachelorette, serenading Rachel Lindsay and Dean on their date in South Carolina. His EP, Yours, debuted at #2 in the iTunes country store …

John Carpenter To Bring Scares To SYFY

(AOTN)  John Carpenter, the celebrated director of horror films including “Halloween,” “The Thing,” and “Escape from New York.” Under the new deal, Carpenter will executive produce scripted programming with UCP for the NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment portfolio, as well as for external networks and streaming services, along with his producing partner, Sandy King, under their Storm King Productions banner. The announcement was made today by Dawn Olmstead, Executive Vice President, Development at UCP

 “I’m excited to …

“Treat Map” Makes Hunting For Neighborhood Halloween Candy A Snap!

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(PCM) Nextdoor is a free and private social network for neighborhoods and now for the second year in a row they are launching their “treat map” which is the go to tool to find out which homes in your neighborhood are planning on giving out treats for Halloween this year.

The way it works is that neighbors on the social network are able to mark their homes on the map with a candy corn icon …

Starbucks Unleashes A Creeptacular New Drink For Halloween!

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(PCM) Coffee giant Starbucks have just recently unveiled their creepy new drink for Halloween fittingly called the Franken Frappucino.

Despite its’ creepy name the drink actually sounds like it will be quite delicious. It is green in color (of course) and made up of a green-tea based drink created using peppermint syrup, white chocolate sauce, java chips and finally topped off with whipped cream and mocha drizzle.

Starbucks also happens to be offering a scary …

Illinois Man Puts Together An Amazing Halloween Light Display

(PCM) Steve Jandick of Naperville, IL has certainly got into the spirit of Halloween decorating and has created one of the best light displays that we have ever seen.

He and his buddy/neighbor Nick Thomas, who assisted him with putting together the lights, have truly outdone themselves, especially with their completely synchronized show set to the classic Queen song “Bohemian Rhapsody”. It is just brilliant!

Jandick revealed that the various light shows take about a …

Walmart In Hot Water For Selling “Fat Girl Costumes”

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(PCM) Walmart has stirred up some controversy after several customers noticed that there was a link on the company’s website that was labeled “Fat Girl Costumes” rather than the typical (and socially acceptable “Plus-Sized Costumes”) aimed at online shoppers looking to purchase Halloween costumes.

The incident was first reported by Jezabel.com, when are reader sent in an outraged comment about the harsh labeling. The first Twitter comment directed at the company criticizing the labeling was …

New Posters For Saw’s Tenth Anniversary Re-Release!

Saw(PCM) Two new posters have been released in celebration of Lionsgate re-releasing their 2004 thriller, Saw. The gory horror film reopens in theaters on Halloween; check the new posters out below!

Shocking audiences and critics alike, Saw originally released in theaters on October 29, 2004, splitting critics on the film’s gory take on horror.

Richard Roeper of Ebert and Roeper openly disliked the film saying: “Saw has art-house ambitions, but it’s nothing but a …

Ebola Costumes Expected To Be Popular This Halloween

Ebola1(PCM) There are always tons of individuals out there with a sick sense of humor, so we are surely expecting Ebola costumes to be a popular choice this Halloween season.

The costumes are sure to be controversial and will definitely receive quite a few disapproving stares!  Since, Breaking Bad hazmat suit costumes were all the rage last Halloween many individuals are just planning to reuse the same costume with a few tweaks made to be …

‘Saw’ Re-Releases in Theaters Oct. 31 For 10th Anniversary

Saw(PCM) In celebration of one of the most talked about horror films of the 2000’s, Lionsgate is re-releasing their 2004 thriller, Saw, on Halloween, Friday, October 31, 2014.

Shocking audiences and critics alike, Saw originally released in theaters on October 29, 2004, splitting critics on the film’s gory take on horror.

Richard Roeper of Ebert and Roeper openly disliked the film saying: “Saw has art-house ambitions, but it’s nothing but a glorified snuff film. …