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The Haunting of Hill House
Star to Appear as
The Invisible Man
Oh God, hasn’t poor, sweet Luke been through enough?
Into the Dark
’s Immigration Horror Story Is a Sci-Fi Nightmare
“I really am heartbroken,” says Mexican-Canadian director Gigi Saul Guerrero. “I wanted to showcase every inch of what I’m feeling.”
ho ho horror
Blumhouse Goes Classic and Reboots
With Sophia Takal Directing
The call is coming from inside the house.
it is decidedly so
Blumhouse Is Making a Magic 8-Ball Horror Movie, So You Better Throw Yours Out
From the studio that made
Truth or Dare.
Mark Wahlberg, Blumhouse to Adapt ‘The Stolen Kids of Sarah Lawrence’
Ezra Marcus and James D. Walsh’s
article investigates the father of a Sarah Lawrence student who began manipulating a group of her peers.
Trailer: Octavia Spencer Terrorizes Teens
Don’t accept an invitation to a stranger’s basement!
It’s Alive, It’s Aliiiiiiive!
Universal’s Dark Universe Is Resurrected, Sort Of
Universal’s monster movies are back in business!
israel film festival
Jason Blum Pulled Offstage Amid Boos After Anti-Trump Speech at Israel Film Fest
“Well, this night went kinda haywire.”
Jason Blum: There Aren’t Enough Women Interested in Directing Horror to Hire One
“There are not a lot of female directors period.”
Michael Myers Carves a Bloody Path Through Haddonfield in New
See it in theaters October 19.
Netflix’s Hindi Horror Series
Gets a Disturbingly Good First Trailer
What’s your secret?
Jeremy Renner Joins Todd McFarlane’s
Movie Alongside Jamie Foxx
The comics creator has long said he wants his directorial debut from Blumhouse to be more akin to a horror movie than a superhero flick.
Unfriended: Dark Web
Trailer Takes You To The Really Bad Internet
The real treasure is the friends you watch die along the way.
Kevin Bacon Will Lead Blumhouse’s Sci-Fi Thriller
You Should Have Left
Amanda Seyfried will star opposite.
Blumhouse’s Horror TV Show Will Scare You This October
Each episode will be feature-length, and arrive on Fridays.
Jason Blum on
: ‘They Are Awful But They Are Stupid!’
This movie sounds like a hoot.
Magazine Story ‘Worst Roommate Ever’ Becoming a Movie and a Series
Blumhouse is developing it simultaneously for both big and small screens.
Blumhouse Is Adapting John Ridley’s Black Superhero Comic
The American Way
Ridley will be writing and directing the adaptation of his comic mini-series.
Hulu and the Studio Behind
to Haunt You With New Horror Anthology Series
money money money
Insidious: The Last Key
Might Just Take Second Place in Weekend Box Office
is expected to win the weekend.
Primer to Prepare You for
The Last Key
Into the Further we go!
san diego comic con 2017
Todd McFarlane Is Partnering With Blumhouse to Develop His
The comic book was previously adapted for a 1997 movie and an animated HBO series.
Horror Studio Blumhouse Launches TV Arm, Announces Roger Ailes Showtime Series
The studio’s first major project for the small screen is a Showtime series about former Fox News chairman Roger Ailes.
The Savvy Strategies That Made
the Year’s Most Unexpected Hits
Making a movie for cheap is one thing. Selling it to viewers is another.
Pretty Little Liar Lucy Hale to Star in Horror Film
Truth or Dare
It’s the latest project announced by the genre specialists at Blumhouse Productions.
Jason Blum Is Making Horror History by Showing Us Its Future
is one of the most critically acclaimed horror films of recent memory, and its producer Jason Blum is the genre’s kingmaker.