Insidious: The Red Door picks up the Lambert family nine years after Insidious Two, as Dalton goes to college, and Josh is wondering why his mind is so foggy.
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“Teenage Kraken” sports a familiar story while being debuted between other summer animated hits causing it to have lower numbers than desired.
Lovers of 2020’s Last Shift get the details on the wretched cult that left them hanging in Malum. Anthony DiBlasi returns to direct and Jessica Sula takes the doomed shift alone.
Known for his short films: “Still” and “Vicious,” Oliver Park enters feature-length territory with “The Offering.” Filled with good ole fashion scares and possession horror seen through the lens of the Hasidic faith.
Return to Arrakis in the newly released Dune Part Two trailer. See Paul Atreides continue his journey through the spice and sandworm ridden sands to fulfill his prophecy and get the revenge he seeks.
Steven Caple Jr. joins forces with Paramount Pictures to debut a powerful new story and threat to Earth, with a Transformers: Rise Of The Beasts trailer debut. Animalistic robots make their terrifying debut.
Lee Cronin takes the bloody helm as director of Evil Dead Rise. Set in a LA apartment bound for demolition, a news filled sibling reunion turns bloody, bonkers, and tragic.
Insidious: The Red Door begins 10 years later with the Lamberts taking Dalton to college.
James Wan and Peter Safran are in talks to executive produce “The Conjuring” TV Series currently in development at HBO Max.
Dianna Agron stars in new Psychological horror thriller “Clock” on Hulu. How Far will she go to fix her broken clock?