Last year a team of independent game developers/horror movie fans set out to make a video game inspired by ’80s slasher movies titled Slasher Vol. 1: Summer Camp. They were pitching it as an asymmetrical multiplayer game, which is just a fancy way of saying one person played as a Jason Voorhees-esque slasher and everyone else played as his potential victims… Continue reading 'Friday the 13th: The Game' Promises You The Complete Jason Voorhees Experience
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:
Dream Movie of the Day:
Vulture imagines what a Spider-Gwen movie would look like, with Emma Stone reprising her role of Gwen Stacy from the Amazing Spider-Man movies and some voiceover borrowed from Easy A.
Filmmaker Parody of the Day:
Funny or Die inserted Straight Outta Compton‘s Jason Mitchell into… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: 'Spider-Gwen' Movie Trailer, Jason Mitchell Stars in a Nancy Meyers Parody and More
Star Wars Aftermath: If you’d like to know what happened after Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi — and really, who doesn’t? — a new novel should help out. Star Wars Aftermath by Chuck Wendig is part of Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens, a series that covers the 30 years between the sixth and… Continue reading Movie News: 'Star Wars Aftermath' Fills in the Missing Years; Watch Jason Bateman in Chilling New 'The Gift' Trailer
Producer Jason Blum’s Blumhouse Productions really only started to branch out beyond the Paranormal Activity franchise three years ago, but those three years have been ridiculously prolific. In that short time, Blumhouse has established itself as a powerhouse in Hollywood horror, with a consistent string of hits like Insidious, Sinister, and The Purge proving that low budgets don’t have to equate to bad movies.
Ever wanted to be someone else? Now you can. Specifically, you can be Jason Statham. Sort of.
You know how in spy movies they always have impeccably realistic rubber masks of real people, or at least other characters? You’ve seen them in the Mission: Impossible movies and more recently on TV’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. But they’ve never been totally believable, right?