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Thirsty Thursday is lastly right here, thrill seekers! What a thrilling (no pun intended) couple of months it’s been up to now, with M. Night Shyamalan’s apocalyptic horror Knock at the Cabin and slasher flick Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey set to spotlight the spooktacular box-office over the next a quantity of weeks. And while these two films have undoubtedly been the speak of the city lately, today’s every day horror roundup here at We Got This Covered is about to deliver a wholesome dose of glowing updates. In today’s juicy roundup, a fresh-faced update on a significant Blumhouse venture has lastly happened whereas slasher stans champion a fun-filled Scooby-Doo crossover.
So, earlier than you buy your early tickets for Knock at the Cabin, maintain your eyes locked as we indulge within the newest news in spookyland.
As it turns out, Scooby-Doo and Ghostface is the crossover we by no means knew we needed
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You can always depend on passionate slasher stans to craft the potential for an incredible crossover. And in this newest crossover creativeness, horror followers over on Reddit insisted that every one of Ghostface’s vicious crimes needed to be totally examined by the Mystery Inc. gang. The crossover potential is sensible, truthfully, considering Ghostface’s persona is already goofy and wacky — which completely relates to Scooby-Doo and Shaggy’s unpredictable, nutty nature. Still, seeing Ghostface unleash a whirlwind of frustration on the gang could be traumatizing, but there’s no denying that horror followers are already firmly behind the colourful thought.
At last, Blumhouse’s Five Nights At Freddy’s has lastly entered its filming stage
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Ever since Blumhouse first signed on to create a FNAF live-action adaptation back in 2018, devoted avid gamers and movie buffs alike have been patiently waiting in sheer anticipation for the venture to receive the inexperienced gentle. And after the film selected its leading forged members back in December, it seems as if the wheels are finally starting to show — especially after the announcement that Five Nights at Freddy’s has formally began filming. The news was confirmed by Jason Blum over on his official Twitter account, and to no great shock, gorehounds instantly erupted into cheers and are now counting down the times until the film hits the big screen. We’d be mendacity if we stated we aren’t eagerly ready, too.
One of the most underrated Friday the 13th films is here to defend its personal honor
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Like Hallowen and A Nightmare on Elm Street, horror franchise Friday the 13th is one of the largest cash-grabbers in the genre. And whereas some movies in the collection are simply forgettable (we’re looking at you, Jason Goes to Hell), the vast majority of Friday fans are in settlement that Jason X is certainly probably the greatest in the franchise. And contemplating the sci-fi horror flick boasts Kane Hodder, probably the greatest Jason Voorhees actors, it comes as no shock that the movie has maintained its recognition via all of these years. With that being stated, it feels safe to say that the 2001 feature might be included in “guilty pleasure” horror lists for decades to return — not that we’re complaining in the slightest.
Jump back in right here tomorrow, Scooby-Doo stans, for a brand new horror roundup.