Clownado

Things are about to get twisted– CLOWN style! Tornadoes aren’t just for sharks anymore, because Clownado is coming to theaters soon.

You know how an idea is just so ridiculous that it may actually also be awesome? I’m getting those vibes with this one.

Film director Todd Sheets (Bonehill Road) has a new horror film, featuring genre icons Linnea Quigley (The Return of the Living Dead) and Eileen Deitz (The Exorcist), coming to VOD September 3 and DVD September 17 from Wild Eye Releasing.

The synopsis for the film is a follows: Cursed demonic circus clowns set out on a vengeful massacre using tornadoes. A stripper, Elvis impersonator, truck driver, teen runaway, and a dude get caught in the supernatural battle between femme fatal and the boss clown from hell.

Check out the final trailer, photos from the film, and the official poster below. Are you excited about Clownado? Check back here soon for my review of the movie! :

Clownado trailer

Official stills from Clownado

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In popular culture most people have heard of the Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s Triangle. A mysterious area in the ocean where planes and ships have disappeared, thought to be caused by supernatural phenomenon. Well, there’s a new killer triangle in town, and it wants its media representation! A television series about the Bridgewater Triangle, located in southern Massachusetts, is in development at FX network.

In an exclusive by Deadline it was revealed that FX has acquired The Bridgewater Triangle, a short story by Brian Miller. Television writer and producer Noah Hawley will be executive producer on the series.

The Bridgewater Triangle refers to an area of close to 200 square miles. There have been a range of stories associated with the area, from UFO sightings to Bigfoot. A historic landmark in the Bridgewater Triangle is Hockomock Swamp, whose name translates into “the place where spirits dwell.”

The premise for the developing series is as follows: Everyone’s heard of the Bermuda Triangle, but there’s a far more terrifying place known as The Bridgewater Triangle in southeastern Massachusetts. It’s an actual area of well-documented supernatural activity that covers 17 small towns and 200 square miles of New England. The Bridgewater Triangle is an apocalyptic horror thriller set in these small towns. When a massive paranormal event strikes these 17 communities simultaneously, it turns these idyllic towns upside down and affects thousands of lives. Three estranged siblings must somehow survive and come together in the chaos as the only ones who can stop it.

I’m all for horror shows that explore folklore and mythos that isn’t usually showcased in mainstream entertainment. This sounds like a fun way to get people interested in some spooky United States history.

Are you excited for the series? Do you think the Bridgewater Triangle may be even scarier than the Bermuda Triangle?

Titans — Ep. 201 — “Trigon” — Courtesy of DC Universe

The countdown is on for the season two premiere of Titans on DC Universe, and things have gotten dark(er).

DC Universe has revealed photos from the upcoming season two premiere episode titled “Trigon.” The finale of season one ended on a cliffhanger of (spoiler alert) Dick Grayson embracing his darkness after Trigon put him in an imaginary world where Dick was forced to watch Batman go on a killing spree that included the death of Dick’s new love Kory. As season two begins, it would appear viewers will see the immediate aftermath of this event.

The official synopsis for “Trigon”: The season two premiere episode follows directly after the apocalyptic events of last season’s finale. With Rachel’s father, Trigon (guest star Seamus Dever) having successfully turned Dick dark, he sets out to win the others over to his side by embracing their inner darkness. With everyone under Trigon’s control, Rachel and Gar find themselves fighting what seems like a hopeless battle against the powers of Trigon.

In the official photos for the first episode we see Kory, Dawn, Hank, Donna, and Jason Todd all sporting the same black colored eyes that dark!Dick had at the end of last season, which means all of them end up under Trigon’s spell eventually.

Another photo shows Gar and Dick with no black colored eyes, so we can theorize that somewhere in the first episode Dick might come out from under Trigon’s control. Gar still looks in bad shape having been poisoned by Rachel’s mother at the end of last season. Or is it that he gets into a fight with the newly evil Kory, Dawn, Hank, Donna, and Jason Todd?

And why does Rachel’s hair change color?

So many questions and possibilities!

Check out the official photos below. The Season 2 premiere hits DC Universe on Friday, Sept. 6. What are you most looking forward to?

Titans — Ep. 201 — “Trigon” — Photo Credit: Sven Frenzel / 2019 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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