Horror movie icon Lin Shaye, who has been a staple in the ‘Insidious’ franchise admits that she is unsure what is in store for the future of the horror franchise.
Following 2018’s ‘Insidious: The Last Key’, the second highest grossing film in the franchise, fans have been wondering if the franchise would continue.
“I know [my character is] dead, okay. I’m finally, really dead, and only in the Further in whatever [sequel] they do” Shaye said, per Bloody Disgusting. “There was some talk at one point – [but] nothing’s been talked about further. I think Blumhouse is so busy right now with so many things.
“I was nervous about the fourth one – part of me went, ‘Are they going to squeeze out another one?’ I was glorified by the fact that it was so successful and people loved the story. For me, it was heaven. It really was.
“But I don’t know the answer,” she continues. “I know there’s been some talk of a possible [fifth Insidious], and I’ve heard talk about an outline, and it wouldn’t have Elise featured – I am seriously in the Further,” she clarified.
“I know [co-creator] James [Wan] had thoughts about going back to the first Insidious and exploring that family,” she adds with a disclaimer that she has no idea if this is what they’d end up doing. “That would be fun, but I also don’t want to beat a horse – if it’s it, and people go, ‘Gee I wish there was another one,’ well, too bad,” she laughs.
‘Halloween Kills’ Clocks Over $4.9 Million from Thursday Night Previews
Michael Myers is making a killing once again during the the Halloween season, but this time ‘Halloween Kills’ was fueled by the film’s increased availability on the Peacock streaming platform in it’s Thursday night previews last night.
According to Deadline, the film clocked $4.98 million during it’s Thursday opening and it’s now on track to “open to mid-to-high $30Ms”, which is a major drop off from the 2018 ‘Halloween’ film that banked a $76 million domestic opening, but still impressive given the current state of theaters and the world.
Shudder Drops Trailer for ‘Horror Noire’
The six stories featured in the anthology, which focuses on Black horror stories from Black directors and screenwriters, are: “Daddy,” “Bride Before You,” “Brand of Evil,” “The Lake,” “Sundown” and “Fugue State.”
Welcome to the Blumhouse Returns with Four New Films, Including ‘The Manor’
‘Welcome to the Blumhouse’ is back with four brand new films that are all available on Amazon Prime, and one film is standing out for it’s focus on the ordeal of getting old.
Axelle Carolyn’s ‘The Manor’ is one of the four films that is available to stream on Amazon Prime, and according to the official synopsis:
“A malevolent force preys upon the residents of a sleepy nursing home in The Manor, a gothic tale of terror with a modern twist. When a mild stroke diminishes her ability to care for herself, Judith Albright (The Entity‘s Barbara Hershey) moves to Golden Sun Manor, an assisted living facility with a sterling reputation. But despite the best efforts of the staff, and a budding friendship with fellow senior Roland (Bruce Davidson), strange occurrences and nightmarish visions convince Judith that a sinister presence is haunting the massive estate. As residents begin to die mysteriously, Judith’s frantic warnings are dismissed as fantasy. Even her devoted grandson Josh (Nicholas Alexander) thinks her fears are the result of dementia, not demons. With no one willing to believe her, Judith must either escape the confines of the manor or fall victim to the evil that dwells within it.”
Check out the featurette below, courtesy of Bloody Disgusting:
- REVIEW: Halloween Kills
- ‘Halloween Kills’ Clocks Over $4.9 Million from Thursday Night Previews
- Shudder Drops Trailer for ‘Horror Noire’
- Welcome to the Blumhouse Returns with Four New Films, Including ‘The Manor’
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- Trailer Arrives for ‘Night at the Eagle Inn’
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