In Get Out, a speculative thriller from Blumhouse (producers of The Visit, Insidious series and The Gift) and the mind of Jordan Peele (Key and Peele), when a young African-American man visits his white girlfriend’s family estate, he becomes ensnared in a more sinister real reason for the invitation.
Horror master Ti West shifts gears with his new movie, In a Valley of Violence.
When a mysterious drifter and his dog seek a short cut in their journey across a barren desert on their way to Mexico, they come upon the forgotten town of Denton. There’s an unfortunate encounter and gruesome revelations – leading to…
In a Valley of Violence stars John Travolta, Ethan Hawke, James Ransone, Taissa Farmiga and Karen Gillan. It will be in theaters, On Demand and Digital HD on October 21st. Check out the trailer after the break.
The creative team behind the Paranormal Activity films will be honored at this year’s Screamfest Horror Film Festival, with Oren Peli (above right) receiving the Trailblazer Award and Jason Blum accepoting the Future Icon Award on behalf of Blumhouse Productions.
The 2015 Screamfest Horror Film Festival runs from October 13th to October 22nd at the TCL Chinese Theater. For more, follow the jump.
Triple-threat Joel Edgerton has a winner with his new psychological thriller The Gift. It’s a twisty-turny low budget effort that provides some real chills a few genuine thrills and a great deal of tension.
Remember those Ouija boards that we used to use to scare ourselves silly when we were kids? Well, there’s a microbudgeted horror film about some kids who get into big supernatural trouble because they didn’t follow the rules. It’s a pretty lame effort at bringing classic (which is to say clichéd) tropes to an adolescent-friendly introduction to Horror 101, but it’ll make a big profit even if only does have its predicted $20 mill opening weekend.