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Time to Get Spooky! Check Out Freeform's 31 Nights of Halloween Schedule

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For Halloween-lovers, the most wonderful month of the year - October! - is coming up. To get you even more amped, Freeform's 31 Nights of Halloween schedule has finally arrived! The network bumped up its spooky and spectacular lineup from 13 days to a whopping 31 last year, and has done the same in 2019. The list includes seasonal favorites like The Addams Family, The Nightmare Before Christmas, and Monster House. As usual, there are a few other choices in the mix, and the whole thing concludes with a Hocus Pocus marathon! Pour yourself some cider, set your DVR, and be ready to get cozy.

Related: You Can't Call Yourself a Horror Movie Buff Until You've Seen These 27 Classics Tuesday, Oct. 1

12:30 p.m. Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

3:00 p.m. Monster House

5:05 p.m. Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas

6:45 p.m. Disney Pixar's Monster's Inc.

8:50 p.
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Time to Get Spooky! Check Out Freeform's 31 Nights of Halloween Schedule

For Halloween-lovers, the most wonderful month of the year - October! - is coming up. To get you even more amped, Freeform's 31 Nights of Halloween schedule has finally arrived! The network bumped up its spooky and spectacular lineup from 13 days to a whopping 31 last year, and has done the same in 2019. The list includes seasonal favorites like The Addams Family, The Nightmare Before Christmas, and Monster House. As usual, there are a few other choices in the mix, and the whole thing concludes with a Hocus Pocus marathon! Pour yourself some cider, set your DVR, and be ready to get cozy.

Related: You Can't Call Yourself a Horror Movie Buff Until You've Seen These 27 Classics Tuesday, Oct. 1

12:30 p.m. Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

3:00 p.m. Monster House

5:05 p.m. Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas

6:45 p.m. Disney Pixar's Monster's Inc.

8:50 p.
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Netflix Is Adding A Ton Of Great Horror Titles In September

Even though there are a few horror movies heading to the big screen next month – It: Chapter Two seems to be the most noteworthy of the bunch, despite some negative first impressions – it’s hard to deny the allure of putting on some comfy clothes, lazing around on your couch, and watching a few scary stories without having to shell out any more money.

In this regard, Netflix has been killing it as of late. Aside from the ever-popular Stranger Things, the streaming giant has been known to distribute horror films as well. In fact, one, in particular, was so disturbing to some viewers that they ended up getting sick. Just last month, they added a few more notable movies as well, including Cloverfield, Scream 3 and The Book of Eli.

Netflix has no plans to slow down, either, with plenty of spooky films and TV shows coming to the platform in September.
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Scream Reboot Rumors Get Shot Down by Blumhouse

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Despite internet rumors suggesting the contrary, Blumhouse is not actively developing a reboot for the horror movie Scream. Recently, it was reported that the studio was moving forward with a planned movie reboot of the Wes Craven franchise, spreading the rumor throughout the internet. On Tuesday, the report made its way to the Blumhouse VP of Feature Film Development, Ryan Turek, who officially killed the rumor dead. "Ha, I wish," Turek bluntly writes in response to an article covering the rumor, confirming the studio is definitely not working on anything Scream-related.

Ha, I wish. https://t.co/q7M3vKViot

— Ryan Turek
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Freeform Opens Its Halloween House To Celebrate “31 Nights Of Halloween”

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Freeform Opens Its Halloween House To Celebrate “31 Nights Of Halloween”
Freeform is stirring up some scares to celebrate “31 Nights of Halloween” and it will kick off the event with their Halloween House. Starting October 2, Freeform will open the gates to an interactive, immersive experience located in Hollywood that will be the ultimate destination for Halloween lovers.

Now in its second year and located at the historic Hollywood Athletic Club, the Halloween House will see the return of cult classics Hocus Pocus, Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas and The Addams Family as they are brought to life. The House will also welcome Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters 2 as well as Scream, Scream 2 and Scream 3 to brings some frightening fun to the interactive space. All films are part of the “31 Nights of Halloween” programming slate which will also include the airing of Hocus Pocus a record 30 times throughout October.

Speaking of the Sanderson sisters, on October 3, there will be a special
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77 New Movies and TV Shows Coming to Netflix in July

Netflix has a lot of brand spankin' new titles coming out this July. Not only are there quite a few throwbacks hitting the streaming service this month - Scream 3, The Hangover - but there are also some highly anticipated Netflix originals in store. Whether you want to scream "yasss!" over the new season of Queer Eye or weep when Orange Is the New Black's final batch of episodes drops, this upcoming month has it all. As you fill up your queue, make sure you didn't miss anything from June.

Related: Some Truly Classic Movies Are Leaving Netflix in July, So Hurry Up and Watch Them All
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Netflix schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in July 2019

Netflix has confirmed that 44 new original series, movies and specials will be debuting on the streaming service in Ju;y including: season 3 of “Stranger Things”; season 4 of “Queer Eye”; season 7 of “Orange is the New Black”; and season 11 of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.”

Among the new films on offer are: several installments of “Bangkok Love Stories”; a remake of “Point Blank” starring Anthony Mackie; the documentary “The Great Hack”‘; and the mockumentary “Frankenstein’s Monster’s Monster, Frankenstein.”

Below is the full schedule of everything that is coming and leaving Netflix in July 2019.

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“Designated Survivor: 60 Days” (Netflix Original)

Katherine Ryan: Glitter Room” (Netflix Original)

“Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore”

“Astro Boy”

“Caddyshack”

“Caddyshack 2”

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” (2005)

“Cheech & Chong’s Up in Smoke”

Cloverfield

“Disney’s Race to Witch Mountain”

Frozen River

Inkheart
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A Ton Of Awesome Horror Movies Are Leaving Netflix In July

You got to take the good with the bad, smile with the sad. That’s the best advice I can give those struggling with Netflix‘s vicious cycle of adding and subtracting titles. Even then, there truly is something horrific about seeing your favorite scary movies leave the streaming service.

This July we’re happy to see additions like Stranger Things, Cloverfield and Scream 3. Not to mention Denzel Washington’s post-apocalyptic thriller The Book of Eli. But even the blind will be missing titles like The Silence of the Lambs and Pan’s Labyrinth. Those are just two of the horror movies departing the site though, and the rest of the list is as follows:

The Mummy The Mummy Returns The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning Inside the Mind of a Serial Killer

Then we’ve got these other awesome genre films
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Netflix in July: Here’s Every New and Expiring Title

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It’s almost July. We know that because Netflix has come through with its list of new content being added in July, and what titles are being removed from the streamer throughout the month.

Most notably, “Stranger Things” Season 3 is dropping on July 4, so you can watch fireworks And be reunited with Eleven, Will Byers, Dustin, Mike, Lucas, Max, Nancy, Jonathan, Steve Harrington, Joyce and Hopper at long last, all in one day.

Queer Eye” Season 4 is comin’ at ya July 19, along with new episodes of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.” The seventh and final season of “Orange Is The New Black” comes July 26.

Also Read: Netflix Renews 'The Rain' For a Third and Final Season

This month is your last chance to watch the first two “Austin Powers” films, “The Matrix” trilogy, the first three “Mummy” movies, “Cool Hand Luke,” “Definitely, Maybe,” “Dumb and Dumber,” and all
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Netflix Is Adding A Ton Of Great Horror Movies In July

While many might subscribe to Netflix to enjoy unwinding by digging into some easy-to-digest sitcoms, the streaming giant has also curated a sizable collection of horror films and TV shows.

Just last month, The Perfection was made available, and as we reported at the time, some viewers found it so disturbing that they ended up getting sick. Aside from new movies though, there’s also plenty of spooky anime, creepy classic films and shows like Stranger Things, which borrow elements of horror while infusing them with our love and nostalgia for the 1980s.

Thankfully, Netflix has no plans to slow down, as the company has plenty of great choices heading to the platform next month. Those who enjoy older selections will be glad to hear that classics like Scream 3 and Cloverfield are arriving at the beginning of July, along with a few less creepy choices such as The Book
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Halloween Horror Movie Trick Lures in Omar Epps, Jamie Kennedy and Tom Atkins

Halloween Horror Movie Trick Lures in Omar Epps, Jamie Kennedy and Tom Atkins
Director Patrick Lussier and screenwriter Todd Farmer's new Halloween-themed horror flick Trick has just added Omar Epps to the cast which already includes the likes of Tom Atkins, and Jamie Kennedy. Ellen Adair and Kristina Reyes also star.

The story centers on an elusive serial killer, who descends upon a small town annually. He is responsible for gruesome murders year after year, each seemingly unrelated. No one believes this could be the same killer. Epps will be playing the lead role of Detective Denver who has faced Trick once before, having shot and killed him. Or so everyone keeps telling him. However, Denver knows Trick is still out there, and he's coming back for revenge.

Producer Ellen Wander stated this.

"We are thrilled to get into production with Omar and Patrick and can't wait to have this film be seen by audiences everywhere."

Omar Epps is an actor I
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David Arquette Takes 'Full Responsibility' for Courteney Cox's Mocked Hairstyle in Scream 3

David Arquette Takes 'Full Responsibility' for Courteney Cox's Mocked Hairstyle in Scream 3
David Arquette is sharing a bit of Hollywood history — on ex-wife Courteney Cox‘s hairstyle in Scream 3.

The actor, 47, commented on a meme of Cox, 54, from the 2000 horror sequel that read, “If you ever feel like s—, just remember Courteney Cox’s hair in Scream 3.”

Arquette revealed he was the one behind the hairstyle, which was modeled after the pin-up model Bettie Page.

“I have to take the fall for this. I suggested a Bettie Page look. It just didn’t work. I take full responsibility,” Arquette commented in a snapshot captured by Comments by Celebs on Tuesday.
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Second Opinion – Halloween (2018)

Halloween, 2018.

Directed by David Gordon Green.

Starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer, Andi Matichak, James Jude Courtney, Nick Castle, Haluk Bilginer, Will Patton, Rhian Rees, and Jefferson Hall.

Synopsis:

Laurie Strode comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago.

Retconning the entire Halloween franchise was a ballsy move, but the 2018 version of Halloween – which acts as a direct sequel to the 1978 original – succeeds because of it. It’s been 40 years since Michael Myers attacked Laurie Strode (Curtis) and he’s back again. After escaping during a transfer to a new mental hospital, Michael comes back to Haddonfield and significantly ups the body count.

The original Halloween set the tone for every slasher film that came after it. Other than the original Scream (1996) which reinvigorated the genre for a moment, the
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*Updated* Daily Dead’s 2018 Halloween Horrors Annual Viewing Guide

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*Updated On 10/19 with new film and TV show listings (which are highlighted in Bold).* It’s the most wonderful time of the year again, dear readers! Autumn is finally upon us, and Halloween is just right around the corner, which means everyone is looking for all kinds of spooky goodness to indulge in over the course of the next few weeks. With that in mind, we’ve put together our Halloween Horrors Annual Viewing Guide, which should help you figure out which Halloween and horror-themed movies, television shows, and specials are coming to the small screen, and we’ve even gone through most of the premium channels, too, because there are a lot of choices out there as to where you can find your genre fare.

As always, we’ll be updating this schedule every Friday, so be sure to check back right here on Daily Dead each week to
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Parker Posey: ‘I didn’t think I would work again – so I wrote a book’

Being an arthouse darling became something of a curse for Parker Posey, as Hollywood consigned her to ‘little parts in big films’. Now, her new comic memoir charts her struggle to survive in an ageist, sexist industry

It’s not that Hollywood forgot about Parker Posey, it’s more that it just didn’t quite know what to do with her. “I felt like I didn’t have a place in the culture of entertainment,” she tells me as we sit in Washington Square Park in Manhattan, her dog Gracie nestled on the side. Her consignment to the sidelines was maddening; this, after all, was an actor dubbed “queen of the indies” by Time magazine in 1997, who had broken out with attention-demanding roles in Dazed and Confused and Party Girl, and displayed an infectious comic energy in everything from Best in Show to Scream 3. And yet, she says, “it
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Listen to the Corpse Club Discuss Horror Movie “Threequels” on a New Episode of Daily Dead’s Podcast

The Corpse Club co-hosts had so much fun talking about their favorite #2 sequels on episode 16, they decided to celebrate the next entries in their favorite horror film franchises on a new "threequels" episode of Daily Dead's podcast.

Third time's a charm on a special "threequels" episode of Corpse Club! This time around in the tomb, the co-hosts gather around the microphones to discuss their favorite third entries in horror movie franchises, including Friday the 13th Part III, Scream 3, A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, George A. Romero’s Day of the Dead, and many more! So, sit back, relax, and listen to the threequels episode of Daily Dead's official podcast, because sometimes the sequel to the first sequel is the most beloved film in a franchise!

You can listen to the 53rd episode of Corpse Club right n ow on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Stitcher, TuneIn,
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If You're Googling This Lost in Space Actor, I'm Sorry, but We Can't Be Friends

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Netflix's reboot of the 1960s sci-fi series Lost in Space has a shocking amount of people wondering A) why Dr. Smith is so creepy, and B) why she looks so familiar. The thrilling series, which has been giving me heart palpitations all afternoon, was released early Friday morning. The criminal character of Dr. Smith is played by Parker Posey, an actress who's not a stranger to bingeable movies and television.

Posey has been acting for decades; she broke out in the '90s thanks to roles in quirky films like Party Girl, The House of Yes, and Clockwatchers. She's also appeared in popular films like Dazed and Confused, Scream 3, You've Got Mail, and The Sweetest Thing.

She has become a beloved character actor, known for taking standout roles in Christopher Guest's mockumentaries. To date, she's appeared in five of the director's films: Waiting For Guffman,
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Meryl Streep in ‘Music of the Heart’: A look back at her 12th Oscar nomination, the competition and the outcome

Meryl Streep in ‘Music of the Heart’: A look back at her 12th Oscar nomination, the competition and the outcome
This article marks Part 12 of the 21-part Gold Derby series analyzing Meryl Streep at the Oscars. Join us as we look back at Meryl Streep’s nominations, the performances that competed with her at the Academy Awards, the results of each race and the overall rankings of the contenders.

In 1977, while Meryl Streep was making her big screen debut with a small role in Fred Zinnemann‘s Oscar-winning “Julia,” young filmmaker Wes Craven was scaring the pants off moviegoers with his X-rated horror flick “The Hills Have Eyes.”

Seven years later, in 1984, Streep already had two Oscars under her belt, yet was putting fans to sleep with the tedious Robert De Niro romance “Falling in Love.” Meanwhile, Craven was at last breaking down the door into mainstream cinema, with his “A Nightmare on Elm Street” proving a sleeper hit and making burnt serial killer Freddy Krueger a household name.

Craven
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‘Kill Bill’ Has Unfinished Business With Netflix Next Month; ‘Goodfellas’ and ‘Lincoln,’ Too

February is cold, dark, and short; the perfect month to watch a ton of movies without feeling bad about it. Fortunately, Netflix’s newest batch of films will keep the blood flowing as you while away the wintry hours. “Kill Bill” Volumes 1 and 2 should get the heart racing, as well as “Goodfellas” and “The Hurt Locker.” On February 21, you can stream “Lincoln” if you need your Daniel Day-Lewis fix after “Phantom Thread.” Also coming to Netflix are five “American Pie” movies, three “Ocean’s” movies, and just one “Scream 3.”

Read More:Every New Netflix Original Series Premiering in 2018

Netflix Originals include Hungarian Oscar nominee “On Body and Soul,” Gloria Allred documentary “Seeing Allred,” Andy Serkis horror vehicle “The Ritual,” and a Gugu Mbatha-Raw romance from a producer of “Veep” called “Irreplaceable You.”

Read More:‘Bright’ Ratings Revealed: 11 Million Streaming Viewers Watched Netflix Movie Over First Three Days

Here’s
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10 Great Directors Who Should Make Horror Movies — IndieWire Critics Survey

10 Great Directors Who Should Make Horror Movies — IndieWire Critics Survey
Every week, IndieWire asks a select handful of film critics two questions and publishes the results on Monday. (The answer to the second, “What is the best film in theaters right now?”, can be found at the end of this post.)

This week’s question: What filmmaker would you most like to see try their hand at a horror movie?

Kristy Puchko (@KristyPuchko), Pajiba/Riot Material

I struggled with this question, because a lot of the directors I have adored have worked in horror, be it Tim Burton (“Beetlejuice,” “Edward Scissorhands”), Robert Zemeckis (“Death Becomes Her”), Edgar Wright (“Shawn of the Dead”), Frank Oz (“Little Shop of Horror”), Guillermo del Toro (“Crimson Peak”), Bong-Joon Ho (“The Host”), Jim Jarmusch (“Only Lovers Left Alive”), or Taika Waititi (“What We Do In the Shadows”). Part of what I love about the genre is the way is can be reshaped with vision, color,
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