The kids aren’t alright in the new trailer for Clown

It’s hard to believe that we’re still talking about the Eli Roth-produced Clown, a film that was conceived thanks to a fake trailer that Jon Watts and Christopher D. Ford made five years ago. Not only that, but Clown has been done and finished for a few years now, so it’s kind of a baffling that we have […]

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We might actually see Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno this year

Last year, as we approached the September debut of Eli Roth’s much-anticipated The Green Inferno, it was pulled from its release indefinitely due to some behind-the-scenes bullshit. Now, after many months of silence and leaving fans in the dark, Eli Roth spoke up about the film’s fate.

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John Watts’ Clown images spread fear with a painted on smile

The Eli Roth-produced Clown has been somewhat of an elusive bastard, something Roth fans are starting to get used to—I’m looking at you The Green Inferno! Directed by John Watts from an idea spawned by his faux trailer, Clown is the long-awaited slasher about a loving father that finds a clown suit for his son’s birthday […]

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Knock Knock, it’s Keanu Reeves in Eli Roth’s new psycho-thriller

One of the biggest surprises of the year was Keanu Reeve’s turn as the ass kicking dog-lover in John Wick, a stylish action thriller that beat to the pulse of a techno-infused soundtrack as bodies hit the floor left and right. With Reeves back in the spotlight, teaming up with none other than horror maestro Eli Roth […]

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The Eli Roth-produced Clown gets a rather creepy new poster

The Clown is back, and yes, he’s still freaky as shit. The Eli Roth-produced Clown took the world of horror by storm when we saw the first trailer for the film way back in January at the beginning of the year. Where the hell has it been? I’m not so sure but the timing couldn’t […]

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Get consumed by the trailer for Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno!

And here it is, folks! Finally, the official trailer for Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno has been released in all of its cannibalistic glory, featuring screams of terror and a heavy dose of horror. Roth is a voice the genre hasn’t heard in quite some time as The Green Inferno marks the director’s return behind a feature film […]

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