Franck Khalfoun’s Amityville has been delayed. But why?

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Were you looking forward to the new Amityville film? Too bad!

The Franck Khalfoun-directed sorta-sequel Amityville: The Awakening was due to hit theaters in a few months on January 2nd, 2015. The hype machine officially kicked into gear back in August when Dimension Films released the first trailer, and despite being a somewhat underwhelming first look, it managed to get a lot of people excited to enter the Amityville house once again. So why the delay?

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Teaser poster for Insidious: Chapter 3 warns of something in your room

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Leigh Whannell goes into the further alone.

The next chapter in the Insidious franchise sees Leigh Whannell, who co-wrote and starred in the previous two films, take the helm now that James Wan has opted to use his talents outside of the realm of horror. With a release date already set for May 29th, 2015, Insidious: Chapter 3 is moving along nicely and today we’ve got our first teaser poster for the film. While it’s not the greatest, the art does display some very creepy text that warns of something living in the vents of your room.

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THE TINGLER (1959)

Originally posted on Craig O'Connor's Blog:

Written by Robb White

Directed by William Castle

A Columbia Picture

Starring:  Vincent Price (Dr. Warren Chapin); Phillip Coolidge (Oliver Higgins); Darryl Hickman (David Morris); Patricia Cutts (Isobel Chapin); Pamela Lincoln (Lucy Stevens); Judith Evelyn (Martha Higgins); William Castle (Himself)

MV5BMjA4MDgxNzE4Ml5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwODU5MTMyMQ@@._V1_SX214_AL_             As we’ve already discussed in our look at Mr. Sardonicus, William Castle was a master at many things, filmmaking not being one of them.  Oh, he had verve and imagination enough to sell his films and turn them into money-making crowd-pleasers, which is a good thing because without that trait it is doubtful that anyone would’ve bought a ticket.  Of course, one shouldn’t run away with the idea that Castle was an incompetent director (this isn’t Ed Wood we’re talking about); his films are no worse than the films that Roger Corman was releasing at the time (and I would argue that many of Castle’s films, including The…

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#13 – Trick ‘r Treat (2007)

Originally posted on Craig O'Connor's Blog:

Written and Directed by Michael Dougherty

A Warner Brothers Picture

Starring Anna Paquin (Laurie); Dylan Baker (Principal Wilkins); Samm Todd (Rhonda); Lauren Lee Smith (Danielle); Brian Cox (Mr. Kreeg); Britt McKillip (Macy); Jean-Luc Bilodeau (Schrader); Brent Kelly (Charlie); Leslie Bibb (Emma) and Quinn Lord (Sam).

MV5BMTMyNjczNDAzMF5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwMDg3MDc0MQ@@._V1._SX497_SY755_ All fans of horror films know that the anthology film is an important staple of the genre.  Films with titles like The House That Dripped Blood (1970), Tales From The Crypt (1972) and Creepshow (1982) are regular features in every horror fan’s list of must-see movies each October 31st.  In 2005, writer and director Michael Dougherty tackled his own offering with Trick ‘r Treat.  Despite it sitting on the shelf for two years, Trick ‘r Treat served up several new frights with a few interesting twists to give a boost to the creaky genre that is the horror anthology film.

All anthology…

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