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Netflix’s ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ restages a horror classic—review
Netflix’s ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ restages a horror classic—review
Netflix’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre is now available to stream. To coincide with the release, we are giving our take on the new film. TCM has a handful of references to the 1974 film The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, but the movie largely avoids the overwhelming nostalgia that can at times be overbearing in series resurrecting titles. Alon...
AMC is reopening with 15-cent tickets for throwback films
AMC is reopening with 15-cent tickets for throwback films
AMC Theatres is preparing to reopen the doors at more than 100 cinemas in the United States next week. To celebrate the reopening of these locations, AMC is offering 15-cent tickets for one day only. On Aug. 20, moviegoers can purchase these tickets to watch some throwback films including Grease, Black Panther, Back To The Future and Ghostbusters... Read More ...
10 most anticipated 2020 movies to add to your calendar
10 most anticipated 2020 movies to add to your calendar
It’s finally cold outside, which means the only event we will leave our houses for is to see a new movie in theaters. Thankfully, 2020 movies are turning out to be stacked with new genres of horror, superhero, comedy and more. The upcoming Marvel schedule is totally killer, and there are tons of new movies on Disney+ set to premiere, so there are plenty of films to look forward to.  Re... Read Mor
‘Halloween Ends’ writer leaves door open for future chapters
‘Halloween Ends’ writer leaves door open for future chapters
Last week, the Halloween franchise reboot announced back-to-back sequels in 2020 and 2021.  It was previously teased by producer Jason Blum and Jamie Lee Curtis, but now it’s confirmed.  Read more: twenty one pilots turn back time in era-melding “The Hype” video The two films will be called Halloween Kills and Halloween Ends.  Halloween executive pr...
‘Halloween’ reboot announces back-to-back sequel release dates
‘Halloween’ reboot announces back-to-back sequel release dates
Halloween fans, it’s actually happening — the franchise reboot is getting back-to-back sequels in 2020 and 2021.  It was previously teased by producer Jason Blum and Jamie Lee Curtis, but now it’s confirmed.  Read more: Metallica fans can buy puzzles of first four album covers The two films will be called Halloween Kills and Halloween Ends.  Halloween executive pr...