I know, it's blasphemy. One of these films literally invented the template of slasher horror, instantly became an iconic hit, and made its impression in pop culture at large in a number of demonstrable ways. The other is a shameless rip-off of the first one, a cliché-ridden grab-bag of horny teens meeting their comeuppance, and its resulting franchise's primary influence upon pop culture didn't even appear in it. And yet -- I have always found Friday the 13th to be the superior slasher film...
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Kyle Richards broke her nose while shooting the upcoming movie Halloween Kills. The 51-year-old Real Housewife Of Beverly Hills featured in the original 1978 Halloween film.
Kyle spills on her return to "Halloween" role and one scene she was "terrified" to film.
Like San Diego Comic-Con, Wonder-Con, and Emerald City Comic Con before it, MegaCon Orlando has become the latest major convention to be cancelled this year. As you are well aware by this point, the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic has made it unsafe for people to congregate in large groups. However, in Florida, that doesn’t mean all events are called off.
Join Mickey and Jack Skellington in a pre-Halloween fireworks celebration tonight.
PETA is already offering the Halloween costume for pre-order, to ship by the end of July. The $160 costume includes prison jumpsuit, prison bars, facial hair, and stuffed tiger toy.
Considering how terrifying the real world is right now, getting freaked out by movie or theme park ghosts feels downright quaint. Really, it’s actually the perfect time to escape our all-too-real fears by watching horror movies, reading scary stories or, as a particularly dedicated Animal Crossing: New Horizons player
The latest game in Google's Stay and Play at Home series is Halloween game in which users play as a magic cat.
Universal Pictures Home Entertainment is planning a series of Twitter ‘watch parties’, encouraging audience to stream a selected title at a set time and discuss it online, alongside special guests. The series kicks off May 16 with a screening of Halloween (2018), involving director David Gordon Green and Jamie Lee Curtis. On May 23, former [