Movies

For Better Or Worse, The Newest 'Leprechaun' Sequel Will Change The Whole Franchise

As every movie from our childhoods comes back in what we may as well call "the decade of reboots," we are starting to run out of the obvious choices. All of the Disney movies are getting done, Mary Poppins is coming back, and even Halloween got a franchise-changing sequel. The interesting thing about the sequel to Halloween was that it completely erased all the follow-ups that had been made in the years since the first movie came out. Instead of going back into the lore to explain how the character kept dying again and again, they just ignored it all

90s

'Halloween' Producer Wants To Revive 'Scream' And 'I Know What You Did Last Summer'

When it comes to classic horror movies, I think we can all agree that Scream and I Know What You Did Last Summer are two of the best. These movies are iconic, and while a lot of people hate remakes and reboots, there's one person who is itching to get his hands on them. Jason Blum and his company, Blumhouse Productions is responsible for several iconic horror movies. He's also the one taking a run at bringing back Michael Meyers in the new installment of Halloween. Flickr - Gage SkidmoreThe movie premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival last weekend,

Movies

A 'Child's Play' Reboot Is Coming From The Producers of 'It'

Because it's 2018 and every single movie needs to be remade, the studio responsible for everyone's favorite evil doll is planning to bring him back. Child's Play came out 30 years ago, and while you may not have expected a movie about an evil doll to become one of the most iconic franchises in the country, it's exactly what it did. Chucky became one of the most notorious villains in the horror world, and managed to gain a huge cult following. Six sequels came out, as did a bunch of merchandise to go along with it. MGMThe movies have been

80s

Celebrate Friday The 13th At Camp Crystal Lake By Spending The Night And (Probably) Not Dying

There's another Friday the 13th (the date, not the movie) coming up in April, so it's time to start planning how to celebrate the second spookiest day of the year. Luckily, Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco has the perfect solution.The New Jersey campground was the setting for "Camp Crystal Lake" in the original 1980 Friday the 13th. Unfortunately, since it's still an active Boy Scout camp, it's normally closed to the public (which does include hockey-mask-wearing, machete-wielding slashers). However, the New Jersey Council of the BSA have started occasionally offering horror fans guided tours as a fundraiser for the camp. Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco

Pop Culture

7 Times "Are You Afraid Of The Dark" Made Us Question If It Was Actually A Kids Show

Are You Afraid of the Dark was such an iconic kids show from the late 90s and early 2000s. There wasn't much better than sitting around on a Friday night to watch the latest episode, hoping that it wouldn't be so creepy as to give you nightmares. It was one of my favorite shows as a kid, but now as I sit there and watch episodes with my own kids, I can't help but wonder how it was ever a children's show in the first place. Sure, some of the episodes are cheesy and more than a little bit stupid,