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Trailer: Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water is a fish man love story

Guillermo del Toro has said that the first time he ever really noticed a movie monster was when he took in a childhood viewing of THE CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON. Long ago, he pitched Universal his idea for how to remake BLACK LAGOON: make it a Jules Verne-inspired period piece set during the Victorian era. In making his new film THE SHAPE OF WATER , del Toro may not have used...
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Alien: Covenant, It Comes at Night & The Shape of Water all snag R-ratings

It's rating roundup time here at AITH and we have three new flicks ALL recently slapped with the old R-rating courtesy of the MPAA. They are Ridley Scott's ALIEN: COVENANT , Trey Edward Shults' IT COMES AT NIGHT and Guillermo del Toro's THE SHAPE OF WATER. Nice. I like to see horror flicks snagging R-ratings! I'm not against PG-13 horror, but being that I...
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04.28.2017
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Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water hits this December

Just like every other human on the planet, I am always excited for the new/next flick by Guillermo del Toro. I think PAN'S LABYRINTH and to a (much) lesser degree CRIMSON PEAK are classics, his new film THE SHAPE OF WATER I can only hope is another entry in his unofficial violent, but gorgeous, fairy tales for adults series. News has been slim on the newest flick, but...
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04.19.2017
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Exclusive: Deleted scene from The Bye Bye Man featuring Faye Dunaway

Wow. It was only an hour or so ago that I brought you guys the news that THE BYE BYE MAN's director Stacy Title had some awesome advice for young female horror directors , and now we have an EXCLUSIVE deleted scene from the film to show you! The clip features Douglas Smith asking Faye Dunaway for some advice on the Bye-Bye Man, and she proceeds to tell him the tale of a...
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04.11.2017
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The Bye Bye Man (Movie Review)

PLOT: Almost 50 years after an unspeakable tragedy took place, a trio of college kids take up residence in the infamous Redmon house in Wisconsin where it all occurred. There, they unwittingly awake the spirit of a malefic reaper known as The Bye Bye Man. REVIEW: A full decade it's been since director Stacy Title gave us the urban horror anthology HOOD OF HORROR, and with her...
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01.14.2017
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The Bye Bye Man is real, and he's wreaking havoc in this new TV spot

Can you survive fifteen seconds with the Bye Bye Man? That's a question you can answer by watching "Real," the new TV spot that attempts to boil Stacy Title's THE BYE BYE MAN down to a quarter minute of pure adrenaline. Check it out below! In THE BYE BYE MAN: When three college friends stumble upon the horrific origins of the Bye Bye Man, they...
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12.30.2016
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The Ouija: Origin of Evil Blu possesses some extra special features

OUIJA: ORIGIN OF EVIL hits home video on January 17, 2017 , and they've finally announced the full list of bonus features accompanying the release! It's actually a pretty jam-packed disc for a current release, so I think they're predicting this disc is going to do well for them. Usually you don't see this kind of lineup unless Scream Factory is involved....
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12.16.2016
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The Bye Bye Man is giving serious Slenderman vibes in this final trailer

THE BYE BYE MAN , the new supernatural horror film from HOOD OF HORROR director Stacy Title, just dropped its final trailer ahead of its release in the new year (that is, unless it gets cruelly yanked from the schedule again). Although it looks derivative as all hell, the properties it's pulling from are definitely exciting and relatively fresh. The trailer opens with a set of...
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12.15.2016
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Ouija: Origin of Evil to haunt home video this January

OUIJA: ORIGIN OF EVIL handily beat out the original OUIJA as the best in the franchise, and now it's almost time for it to haunt your home on Blu-Ray and DVD. The flick will arrive on home video on January 17, 2017 . Here's the list of bonus features: Bonus Features, subject to change, include: • Digital Copy of Ouija: Origin of Evil • Includes...
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11.28.2016
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Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water has wrapped production

Back on August 15th , Guillermo del Toro's latest film THE SHAPE OF WATER began filming in Toronto. Yesterday, the director took to his Twitter account to announce the fact that production has officially wrapped. There is a new del Toro movie in existence as we speak, it just needs to go through post before it can make its way out into the world. The verified synopsis for...
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11.08.2016
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Ouija: Origin of Evil interviews: Henry Thomas, Elizabeth Reaser and more!

When I saw the first OUIJA, I was more than a little disappointed. Nothing really worked. Well, aside from the promise of what you could do in another horror film about that creepy “talking board” - anybody remember WITCHBOARD? Then came OUIJA: ORIGIN OF EVIL. While a little skeptical, I felt that if anybody was going to make it work it would be writer/director...
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10.18.2016
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Michael Ironside stars in horror anthology Patient Seven

Tomorrow, October 11 th, Terror Films will be giving a VOD release to  PATIENT SEVEN , a new horror anthology that was crafted by nine directors and fifteen writers. Michael Ironside stars in the film, which has the following synopsis:  A renowned psychiatrist selects 6 severe mentally ill and dangerous patients from the Spring Valley Mental Hospital to interview...
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10.10.2016
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