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Head of Universal's Dark Universe isn't sure about its future

The funny thing is, over the last few months whenever someone I know/meet finds out that I work for AITH - or "one of those horror movie sites" - the first thing they always ask me is "How did you convince someone to pay your dyslexic-ass to write words?" To which I reply, "I dunno".  After that, they always ask me what I think of the DARK...
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08.02.2017
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It's the Booze Talkin', I'm still excited for the Dark Universe to unfold!

Last week when I sat down for THE MUMMY, I hadn’t read the scathing reviews. Walking in I kept an open mind and dare I say I was hoping for a fun couple of hours. And you know what? That is exactly what I got. And while it appears some have left disappointed, I truly enjoyed the ride. There are a number of factors that played into my reaction to the film. It was fun to see Tom...
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06.13.2017
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The Phantom and the Hunchback will also inhabit Universal's Dark Universe

When you hear that Universal is rebooting their classic monster properties for an endeavor they're calling Dark Universe, a series of movies that will be connected in some way and feature iconic monsters and madmen crossing paths, there are certain characters you know have to be involved. Frankenstein's Monster, Dracula, the Wolf Man, the Mummy - you know, the big ones. Then...
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06.06.2017
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Blumhouse may enter the Dark Universe, Jolie and The Rock still rumored

I think I've made it pretty clear in the articles I've written about THE MUMMY that my hype levels for the upcoming film and for Universal's "Dark Universe" of monster movie reboots is through the roof. 2017 has been an awful year for me so far, and THE MUMMY is one of the movies I'm most looking forward to in hopes that it will provide some solid...
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05.31.2017
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Universal has scheduled yet another monster flick for 2019

In this modern age of longform movie franchises culminating in huge team-ups à la THE AVENGERS and JUSTICE LEAGUE and raking in the box office, it's no surprise that Universal wants in on the fun. Their idea of a Universal monsters shared universe actually has a precedent (HOUSE OF DRACULA, anyone?), even if the way they're approaching things seems dubious....
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05.04.2016
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Video Guide To Horror Movie Franchises: Freddy, Jason, Michael Myers & more

Hey horror fiends! Hopefully you're already familiar with our video series, AITH'S KILLER GUIDE TO HORROR , which featured our own Nick Young dissecting some of the most infamous horror movie franchises in existence: Freddy, Jason, Michael Myers, Chucky, Leprechaun - none of these creeps are safe! We've taken this opportunity to embed all 21 of these venomous videos below, so...
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04.08.2016
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Universal to turn Johnny Depp into The Invisible Man

After a couple years of development, the films that will make up the new shared cinematic universe of Universal Monsters are finally starting to roll forward. Tom Cruise and Sofia Boutella are signed on to star in a new take on THE MUMMY, which Alex Kurtzman will be directing for a June 9, 2017 release, and now we know who is going to be playing one of the other "monsters"...
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02.10.2016
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Cool Horror Videos: AITH's Killer Guide to Horror: The Invisible Man

It's time yet again for a new installment of AITH's KILLER GUIDE TO HORROR ! Today we put the Invisible Man under the microscope, although that's problematic for obvious reasons... The 1933 THE INVISIBLE MAN , directed by James Whale and starring Claude Rains as the mad-as-a-hatter Dr. Jack Griffin, is one of the greatest B&W horror movies ever. It's funny, it's perverse, it's...
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08.03.2015
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Writer Jay Basu tapped for Universal's classic monsters relaunch

To be honest, I lost a lot of interest in Universal's classic monsters relaunch when we learned that the films would be taken out of the horror genre . Who could blame me? These are the monster films we either grew up loving or inspired the films that we consider our favorites. To hear that Universal wants to take these iconic characters into a more action-oriented direction is...
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12.01.2014
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It's the Booze Talkin': Universal Monsters going action? Wrong move!

Itís safe to assume nearly every fan of horror has, at the very least, a partial historical knowledge and admiration of the Universal Monsters. Even when I was young and filled with images of Michael Myers and Freddy Krueger, I still had a mad respect for FRANKENSTEIN, THE MUMMY, THE WOLF MAN and so many others. To this day, both DRACULA and THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN rank incredibly high...
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11.18.2014
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Universal's classic monsters universe takes shape; writers confirmed

Universal's cinematic movie monsters universe has gained some new writers in an attempt to create a new brain trust in which they will all will have a hand in each other's movies and offer help as needed as they work on a model of serialized storytelling, according to THR. Yesterday we learned that PRISONERS scribe Aaron Guzikowski was rumored to be taking the writing...
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11.13.2014
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It's the Booze Talkin': Do the Universal Monster flicks need to be remade?

This past weekend audiences clearly had little desire to put down their hard earned cash for the latest horror inspired action flick I, FRANKENSTEIN. Yes the reviews are dismal and even moviegoers didnít seem all too enthralled with a man-made creation in Aaron Eckhartís form. I personally missed the flick but according to our own Eric Walkuskiís review , I didnít miss much. For an...
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01.28.2014
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