Tag Archives: New Line Cinema

The Monster Match: ‘FREDDY VS. JASON’ (2003) – 20 Years Later

Freddy vs. Jason

When you think of the horror genre, two names come to mind almost immediately: Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees. For forty years, both have terrorized children and adults alike in their dreams, on the big screen, and in their minds in various capacities. You’d be hard-pressed to go to a …

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‘A Nightmare On Elm Street: Dream Master’ (1988) Turns 35… It Was Almost Very Different!

A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: Dream Master (1988) turns a whopping 35 this year… And in spite of Middle Child Syndrome and all the craziness that went on while trying to put it together, it was one of the more successful releases in the franchise. But it could’ve been …

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Available Now At Madam Tussauds: ‘Warner Bros. Icons of Horror’

Available now at Madame Tussaud’s in New York is a new horror experience called Warner Bros. Icons of Horror. Each scene is inspired by the Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema’s horror films. Synopsis: The new area celebrates some of the most classic horror possession films ever released by Warner …

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‘Jason X’ (2002): Two Decades Of Killer Space Camp – Retro Review

Jason X

Where do you take a horror icon who’s been pretty much everywhere else? Why, to Space, of course! The Critters went there. Pinhead went there. The Leprechaun went there. You knew it was only a matter of time before Jason Voorhees left the cozy confines of Camp Crystal Lake (and …

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‘A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge’ (1985) Turns 35 – Retro Review

I’m not sure if there ever was as much anticipation for a sequel as there was after the release of Wes Craven’s 1984 sleeper hit, A Nightmare on Elm Street. Craven always gets credit for reinvigorated the horror genre with Scream, and rightfully so. However, his biggest contribution was taking …

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David Fincher’s ‘SEVEN’ (1995): Sinfully Sinister 25 Years Later

Seven (1995)

Because they imbue you with a sense of shock, awe, terror, or in some cases all three, some movies stick with you long after the credits roll. Part Police procedural, part thriller, part horror movie, David Fincher’s Seven is one such film. With its star studded cast, including the always …

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25 Years of Sleepless Nights – Why We Love ‘Wes Craven’s A New Nightmare’

Getting a good night’s sleep has never been the same for horror fans since Wes Craven changed the game in 1984 with A Nightmare on Elm Street. Slashers and monsters were nothing new, but a villain that could kill you in your sleep kicked the terror up a whole new level. …

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‘Aquaman’ Scribe Says ‘Elm Street’ Reboot Still Happening

It’s been 34 years since Freddy Krueger first haunted our dreams in Wes Craven’s A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) It’s been nearly 9 years since New Line has done anything substantial with the franchise. Unfortunately, that effort was substantially bad. I’m referring, of course, to the not-so-well-received reboot, A Nightmare …

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A Horrifying New Poster for ‘The Nun’ is Here

A stunning new poster for the movie The Nun has been released! The Nun is the latest film in The Conjuring universe (you can read our review here), and the story takes place before the previous two movies. This new Dolby Cinema exclusive poster features the nun, Valak, bathed in red …

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‘Blade’ Is 20 Years-Old And May Be A Little Long In The Tooth!

Blade (1998)

Before Black Panther and Donald Trump, before sparkly vampires and tax evasion, there were “some mother truckers trying to ice skate uphill” in Blade. It’s been 20 years since Wesley Snipes uttered the words, “It’s open season on all suck- heads,” in the 1998 vampire flick by New Line Cinema. Remember, this …

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