Jordan Peele has swapped comedy for horror. On his very own show - Key and Peele- Jordan has already portrayed a vampire, a man trapped in a breakfast-centric vision of hell and a dying demon child. Now, the comedian has decided to switch up a little and embrace the darkness completely.
Peele has written a very horrific film titled 'Get Out', which is a scary psychological horror flick that follows a young black man who meets his love or girlfriend's family. His girlfriend's parents seem to accept him into their family, but the first trailer revealed for the film shows things turned a little looney and horrific.
The two-minute clip or trailer shows that the young man would be in the psychological fight of his life. The clip below shows the family's unsavory hobbies, as well as showing the fate of other black people in the community.
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When we first saw Victor Silva's creation known as the Creeper hit the big screen back in 2001, many fans were both very intrigued and unbelievably terrified of the creature that was hunting both Trish and Darry Jenner on the several county stretching road known as the East 9.
Still, even though throughout the film a women named Geisel gave her input what the Creeper may be, which she stated the Creeper may be a demon/devil or some hungry from some dark place in time and yet she, a psychic, had no solid idea what the thing was. Even as the film climaxed there were no explanation on what the winged, seemingly immortal, child and grown-up alike hunting and eating thing was.
Even when we got to see the Creeper in a second film there was no solid explanation for what he really was even then besides what ...read more
When I first took a look at the past Hellraiser film years ago as a child, the film series was already well known but new to myself and very frightening and grotesque to say the least. But frightening and grotesque in a good way I guess.
So, when It was announced a while back that a new Hellraiser film series was being created, some digging needed to be done for you guys for the Gary Tunnicliffe's project aka known as Judgment. From the looks of it, it seemed that Judgment might have been coursed into becoming the new Hellraiser: Judgment film.
This thought was soon confirmed when it was revealed that Tunnicliffe was in post-production of the film and that the film would star A Nightmare On Elm Street‘s Heather Langenkamp, along with Damon Carney, Randy Wayne, Alexandra Harris, John Gulagher, Mike Jay Regan, Diane Goldner, Andi Powers ...read more
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