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'Animal': Eve is a scream in Drew Barrymore's upcoming horror flick -- FIRST LOOK

Eve didn’t need to be asked twice when Drew Barrymore’s company, Flower Films, offered her a role in the horror flick Animal. “Horror movies are my favorite genre,” says the rapper-actress, who also appeared in the Barrymore-directed Whip It in 2009. Animal follows a group of folks who are pursued by a bloodthirsty predator. The results, boasts Eve, are eardrum-battering: “I’m a real good screamer.”

Paul Iacono (The Hard Times of RJ Berger) and Keke Palmer (Crazy Sexy Cool: The TLC Story) also star in the film. Click through for a peek at their  “Oh no” faces… READ FULL STORY

Ken Marino must fire everyone in 'Bad Milo!' exclusive clip -- VIDEO


And you thought you were stressed out.

The new movie Bad Milo!, executive produced by Jay and Mark Duplass, centers on a guy (Ken Marino) whose crazy anxiety and stomach problems are being caused by a demon living in his intestines. When he gets too upset, the demon comes out and attacks whomever is driving him crazy.

Or, as Marino previously told EW, ““I got a call from Mark Duplass, and he’s like, ‘Hey, Ken, do you want to be in this movie about a monster that comes out of your ass? I was like, ‘Where do I sign up? And when’s the fitting?’”

Check out an exclusive clip of the horror comedy below: READ FULL STORY

'Scenic Route' trailer: Josh Duhamel's very, very bad road trip -- VIDEO

Death Valley is a really terrible place to have your car break down. In the latest trailer for Scenic Route, Mitchell (Josh Duhamel) and Carter (Dan Fogler) have no idea just how bad it’s going to get.

What starts out like a melodramatic, introspective buddy adventure quickly devolves into chaos and despair when Mitchell realizes that his estranged best friend Carter intentionally meddled with their pickup so that they could have a real conversation about life. In the desert extremes, Mitchell transitions from a clean-cut family man in a polo shirt into a Travis Bickle doppelgänger. Without giving too much away about the surprisingly plot-heavy trailer, it’s a pretty striking tonal departure for Duhamel who has tended towards both weepy and comedic romance movies for the bulk of his career.

Written by Kyle Killen (The Beaver), and co-directed by brothers Kevin and Michael Goetz (Mass Transit), Scenic Route premiered at the 2013 South by Southwest Film Festival and was recently acquired at Cannes by Vertical Entertainment. Check out the trailer after the jump and let us know what you think about the anti rom-com Duhamel.  READ FULL STORY

Five things we learned about John Carpenter's horror classic 'The Thing' at EW's CapeTown Film Fest

You know you’re among some true horror fans when below-the-line filmmakers get eager cheers.

At the Entertainment Weekly CapeTown Film Festival on Thursday, the mention of frequent Carpenter collaborators cinematographer Dean Cundey and special makeup effects designer Rob Bottin got lots of applause and cheers. But a standing ovation was reserved for the man of the hour, horror master John Carpenter. The celebrated director of all things gross and creepy participated in a Q&A moderated by American Cinematheque programmer Grant Moninger before Antarctica-set sci-fi horror flick The Thing screened at the packed Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood. The event marked the third night of EW’s inaugural CapeTown Film Festival. READ FULL STORY

'Carrie' remake: Watch the first trailer here

The first trailer for the Carrie remake, starring Julianne Moore and Chloë Grace Moretz, is here!

Directed by Kimberly Peirce (Boys Don’t Cry) the film is billed as a reimagining of the horror classic, based on the novel by Stephen King, which originally starred Piper Laurie and Sissy Spacek as the title character.

Trailer verdict: This movie will definitely be better than Carrie 2, which we all try to forget exists.

Carrie opens in theaters Oct. 18. READ FULL STORY

Sundance 2013: Check out the teaser trailer for horror sequel 'S-VHS' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

While the glory days of the VHS format are most definitely in the past, those of the V/H/S horror anthology franchise would seem to be very much ongoing. The original V/H/S was only released to cinemas last October but the movie’s producers have already completed a sequel called S-VHS that, like the first film, is set to debut at Sundance and features tales of found footage terror from a clutch of notable independent filmmakers. This time around, the lineup boasts segments directed by Jason Eisener (Hobo With A Shotgun), Gareth Huw Evans (The Raid: Redemption) and Timo Tjahjanto (Macabre), Blair Witch Project architects Edúardo Sanchez and Gregg Hale, and Adam Wingard (the forthcoming, much-tipped You’re Next), plus a wraparound segment from You’re Next writer Simon Barrett.

Those familiar with the previous big screen work of the aforementioned filmmakers will not be surprised by the level of mayhem which features in the teaser trailer below. Everyone else should consider themselves duly warned. READ FULL STORY

'Carrie' remake gets pushed back to October

Kimberly Peirce’s remake of Carrie, starring Chloë Grace Moretz as the bloody and bullied telekinetic teen, has been moved out of the (thematically relevant) prom season and into the (also thematically relevant) Halloween season. Wrapped last September, the film was originally slated for release on March 15, but the MGM/Screen Gems production has been pushed back seven months to Oct. 18 to better capitalize on the pre-holiday horror season. That gives it a week’s head-start on the other major horror release, the now-annual shaky-cam spookery of Paranormal Activity 5.


Sundance 2013: The Midnight Movie lineup

Sundance’s Midnight Movie selection can always be counted on for some high-octane weirdness.

This year brings Rob Corddry and Leslie Bibb in a comedy about a pregnant couple who move into “the most haunted fixer-upper in New Orleans,” a provocative documentary about sex, submission and domination, and Star Wars‘ own Luke Skywalker, Mark Hamill, co-starring in an action-adventure about young men obsessed with a first-person shooter game.

Yesterday was the indie film fest’s competition announcement, with a lineup filled with sex and comedy. Today, the organizers announced their picks for the deeply offbeat corner of the annual showcase, which runs Jan. 17-27 in Park City, Utah — and it kind of has the same theme.

“We always hope for a balance of stuff in the Midnight section — from horror, to comedy, to even a little sex in there. This year we have everything,” says Sundance chief programmer Trevor Groth. “It’s kind of a fun, crazy midnight lineup.”


'Insidious' gets sequel and sets release date

Get ready for another movie that will make you afraid of your house’s every bump, creak, and clank. Haunted house movie Insidious is getting a sequel.

The horror flick was a box office success when it opened in April 2011: It was made for a reported $1.5 million and grossed $97 million worldwide. For the sequel, titled Insidious Chapter 2, James Wan and Leigh Whannell will return to direct and pen the screenplay, respectively.

[Spoiler alert for anyone who doesn't want to know who didn't die in the first movie.]

'Little Shop of Horrors' as you've never seen it -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

When Frank Oz’s Little Shop of Horrors was released in 1986, fans of the cult 1960 Roger Corman B-flick (starring a very young Jack Nicholson) and those who’d seen the off-Broadway musical were shocked to see a major change in plot at the end of the movie: the hero and heroine live! It’s that version — the Oz version — that’s endured, with Ellen Greene as flower shop girl-slash-blonde bombshell Audrey and Rick Moranis as nerdy orphan-slash-amateur botanist Seymour. The two fall in love and Seymour saves Audrey (and the world) from being eaten by the sadistic flesh-eating Audrey II…. Or does he?

The Blu-ray edition of Little Shop of Horrors, out Tuesday from Warner Bros., includes a 20-minute long director’s cut ending alongside the theatrical release. The new footage features a dark, tragic ending to the classic man buys plant, plant eats people, man gets famous tale. In this new/old version (26-year-old spoiler alert!) Audrey and Seymour are both devoured by a hungry Audrey II, who lives out his dream of taking over the world, destroying New York City with Avengers-like strength. Check out a clip of the carnage — as well as EW’s interview with Greene and Little Shop composer Alan Menken about the original ending – below:


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