There’s no argument that the Blumhouse of Horrors (aka Blumhouse Productions) has made as profound an impact on the horror genre as Marvel Studios has on comic book films. With just a few low-budget hits, Jason Blum put his stamp, not just on horror, but the entire film industry as a whole. We had a chance to sit with the head of Blumhouse, himself, to talk about his latest upcoming masterpiece, The Black Phone. Check out our interview here!Continue reading “Blumhouse Mastermind Jason Blum on His New Masterpiece, ‘The Black Phone’”
The best ghost story to hit the big screen since The Sixth Sense is calling this week. And to commemorate the release of one of the best films this year, we had the chance to talk about The Black Phone with the stars of the film, Mason Thames and Madeline McGraw. To see what these rising stars had to say about the thrills, chills, and spills of the new movie, check out our interview here.Continue reading “Mason Thames and Madeline McGraw Answer the Call of ‘The Black Phone’”
Four-time Academy Award nominated actor, Ethan Hawke, is no stranger to the horror game. In fact, some of his most memorable turns came from two of the biggest hits Blumhouse has ever seen: The Purge and Sinister. Nearly a decade since both, and Hawke is back in the genre, teaming up with the mega-horror studio again. However, this time, things are different. Because unlike his previous horror works, in The Black Phone, Hawke is the horror!Continue reading “Ethan Hawke on Creating a New Horror Icon in ‘The Black Phone’”
This will be a weird way to start a review, but there’s a part of me that’s mixed on how I feel about Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill departing Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. On one hand, though I enjoyed the Marvel Studios romp, I can’t help but wonder how much better it would have been if they had stayed on board to write and direct. On the other, and most importantly, I’m glad they were able to leave, because it meant that we got The Black Phone — honestly one of my favorite movies this year so far!Continue reading “NOC Review: ‘The Black Phone’ is the Best Modern Ghost Story Since ‘The Sixth Sense’”
Today, at long last, Locke and Key returns for Season 2 on Netflix! To celebrate, we spent the week sharing our interviews with the cast and crew with all of you! Today, we’re unveiling our final interview. We spoke with the extraordinary showrunners who have put this show together, Carlton Cuse and Meredith Averill. To get a peek at what they had to say about Season 2, read more below!Continue reading “Showrunners Carlton Cuse and Meredith Averill Spill the Tea on ‘Locke and Key’ Season 2”
This Friday, Locke and Key returns for Season 2 on Netflix! To celebrate, we are continuing our special interviews with the series’ cast and crew! Today, we’re speaking with the the one and only creators of the Locke and Key comic series, as well as the executive producers of the Netflix series, Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodríguez.Continue reading “Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodríguez Spill Secrets About Season 2 of ‘Locke and Key’”
This Friday, return to Keyhouse for Locke and Key Season 2 on Netflix! To celebrate, we are continuing our special interviews with the series’ cast and crew! Today, we’re speaking with the amazing stars of the show, Griffin Gluck (playing Gabe/Dodge) and Hallea Jones (playing Eden).Continue reading “Griffin Gluck and Hallea Jones on Season 2 of ‘Locke and Key’”
The wait is almost over folks! This Friday, you’re all invited to return to Keyhouse when Locke and Key Season 2 debuts on Netflix! And to celebrate the release of one of the most fun and fantastical series to ever grace your Netflix queue, we are revealing extra special interviews with the series’ cast and crew! Today, we’d love to present a special interview with the amazing stars of the show, Connor Jessup (who plays Tyler Locke) and Darby Stanchfield (who plays Nina Locke).Continue reading “‘Locke and Key’ Stars Connor Jessup and Darby Stanchfield Talk Season 2”
Great news, Locke & Key fans! We’re less than 3 weeks away from the debut of the long-awaited new season of the Netflix series, based on Joe Hill’s IDW comic book series of the same name. And to commemorate this, the streaming platform has dropped a new trailer for the latest season, revealing a bit more about the plot regarding what’s in store for Tyler, Kinsey, Bode, and their loved ones this season.Continue reading “Full Trailer for ‘Locke & Key’ Season 2 is Revealed”
Last year, the long awaited live action adaptation of Joe Hill’s Locke and Key dropped on Netflix and did not disappoint fans of the original comic series (yours truly enjoyed it)! It proved to be a fun, whimsical, and somewhat lighter take on the source material, but was anchored with some interesting ideas and strong performances. And since its debut, fans have been eagerly awaiting their first glimpse at the next chapter if the adventure!Continue reading “New Trailer Unlocked for ‘Locke and Key’ Season 2!”
Thanks to Netflix Geeked this week, a ton of new news regarding some of your favorite genre shows dropped all over. Caught in the mix of it all was the announcement about when the new season of Locke & Key was dropping.
Get ready, fans, because Season 2 is coming this October!Continue reading “New Images and Release Date for Netflix’s ‘Locke & Key’ Season 2”
There’s a comic book out there written by Joe Hill. It’s called Locke & Key (from IDW Publishing). And, it’s the best comic book you’re probably not reading.
In fact, it’s proof that while the conventional superhero comic might be for children, the comic genre can and does create compelling, sophisticated, and intelligent stories for adults. And, it can do so while appealing to the cape-and-cowl crowd.
This post contains very minor spoilers. Please read with care.