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Spotlight On: A Haunted House 2

Marlon Wayans in 'A Haunted House 2'.

Marlon Wayan returns for the horror spoof sequel A Haunted House 2, which receives a wide theatrical release starting on Friday, April 18.

Horror & Suspense Movies Spotlight10

First Looks: Cabin Fever: Patient Zero and Deliver Us From Evil

Wednesday April 16, 2014

Cabin Fever: Patient Zero
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Summer is just around the corner, and we have brand new looks at two eagerly anticipated horror movies coming out in what's traditionally a slow season for fright films:

  • Cabin Fever: Patient Zero: The third movie in the Cabin Fever series begun by Eli Roth opens in theaters in limited release on August 1 and will be available on demand starting June 26. It's got a snazzy new poster (right) and some new photos that promise a grisly good time.  Read More...

Dread on Arrival: Camp Dread DVD Review

Tuesday April 15, 2014

Camp Dread
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Between the two of them, it seems that Eric Roberts and Danielle Harris are in every other direct-to-video movie these days, but it's safe to say that the low-budget slasher Camp Dread won't be on either of their career highlight reels. Read about it in my review of Camp Dread.

New This Week: A Haunted House 2, 13 Sins, Proxy, Poseidon Rex

Tuesday April 15, 2014

A Haunted House 2
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This week, the horror spoof A Haunted House 2 receives a wide theatrical release, while 13 Sins, Proxy and monster movie Poseidon Rex receive limited theatrical runs, while home video releases are led by Camp Dread, Confession of Murder, Death Do Us Part and Flowers in the Attic.

Oculus Scares Up Third Place at the Box Office

Monday April 14, 2014

Oculus
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As expected, the low-budget horror movie Oculus couldn't compete with blockbuster sequels Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Rio 2 this past weekend, finishing a distant third at the box office. It earned an estimated $12 million -- a respectable amount, but on the low side for a Jason Blum production. That figure is lower than Blum's Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones' $18.3 million opening from earlier this year but ahead of the $8.2 million bow of his Dark Skies last year. On the bright side, it's in line with Insidious' $13.3 opening in 2011; that film rode good word of mouth to a strong final tally of $54 million.  Read More...

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