Legendary Announces King Kong Prequel ‘Skull Island,’ Sets 2016 Release Date

San Diego Comic-Con International is taking place right now in California, and over the next day or so you will likely see a slew of headlines coming out of the studio-hosted panels that have long served as the main Saturday attraction. Our coverage has been pretty light thus far, but starting with this post we […]


TRAILER: ‘The Conjuring’ Prequel Reveals Origins of ‘Annabelle’

In most circles, Annabelle has been referred to as a spin-off ever since it was announced shortly after The Conjuring became one of last summer’s massive box-office successes. Today, we’re given our first extended look at Annabelle, with a trailer that more or less confirms the film is actually a prequel to The Conjuring. I […]

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‘The Conjuring’ Gets A Spinoff-Prequel About Annabelle (The Doll)

[minor spoilers ahead] One of my favorite aspects of The Conjuring was how director James Wan showed audiences the room where the Warrens kept all the items they believed to have been used or possessed by evil spirits without giving them too much back story on any particular object. There seemed to be hundreds of […]


SyFy Has Officially Greenlit ‘Sharknado 2’

Okay, internet. Let’s all take a deep breath and calm down. You won. Though the debut of Sharknado was not a ratings juggernaut, the wild social media response to SyFy’s latest has been so great the cable network has officially greenlit plans to make Sharknado 2 a reality. According to reports, the latest installment of […]


LucasFilm Dates “Attack of the Clones” and “Revenge of the Sith” 3D Release, World Sighs

Well, this was expected but it doesn’t make me any less sad. LucasFilm announced a while ago that they would be rereleasing their Star Wars movies in 3D again to enhance the movie going experience (for those who aren’t as cynical or frankly ignorant, this means they just want to enhance their wallets). Sadly, Lucasfilm […]


HOLY SH!T: “Silent Hill: Revelation 3D” Arrives October 26

Over half a decade after the original brought in $97 million at the box office, Open Road has announced they will release Silent Hill: Revelation 3D on October 26. Directed by Michael J. Bassett (Solomon Kane, Deathwatch), Revelation 3D will pick up sometime after the events of the first film. Original cast members Sean Bean, […]


COULD BE GOOD: “Jackie Brown” Prequel Confirmed

There are countless blog posts scattered across the internet hating on the fact that nearly every film that finds a sliver of success in the mainstream winds up with a shitastic sequel/prequel, but this one may be different. Variety is reporting that a prequel to Quentin Tarantino’s Jackie Brown, entitled Switch, is scheduled to begin […]

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What a week for trailers! In the past several days, we’ve seen trailers for The Dark Knight Rises, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, and now Ridley Scott’s ALIEN related project, Prometheus. As a huge fan of the Alien series originally pioneered by Scott in 1979, the first whiff of an Alien prequel had me suppressing […]


Get Ready, A “Pinocchio” Prequel Is On The Way

I don’t know how many people saw the box office report this weekend, but Real Steel is once again number one and Fox’s prequel/remake of The Thing failed miserably. You’d think studios would start to realize the hype of remakes, prequels, and sequels is starting to die down, but as you’ll soon learn that seems […]


The first official trailer for the upcoming prequel to The Thing, which is also entitled The Thing has arrived. Apparently claiming it’s a prequle (or reimagination or whatever line you choose) means you can use a familiar name, but change the central storyline. Regardless, check it out below and read along after for a more […]

David Wain considering “Wet Hot American Summer” prequel/sequel

Can you believe it has been ten years since Wet Hot American Summer was released? The camp-y comedy from director and comedy mastermind David Wain premiered at Sundance 2001 and later opened domestically to almost no audience (grossing only $300,000 theatrically). However, thanks to DVD sales, film geeks throwing theme parties, and torrents helped by […]