In recent years, the latest horror franchise to conjure up globs of money from audiences has been the Conjuring Universe (the name Warner Brothers gave this horror franchise). While the first Conjuring movie, The Conjuring, reshaped the modern-day horror genre, its spin-off, Annabelle, was very underwhelming; in fact, I was so bored that I never finished watching it. But last year, the Conjuring Universe returned to its roots with The Conjuring 2, which was a formidable sequel to the original Conjuring. Up until this week, I wasn’t so sure audiences needed another horror franchise to follow due to what we have seen in years past with horror franchises and their lackluster sequels. But before seeing Annabelle: Creation, which is set before anything that happens in the three previous Conjuring movies, I can’t believe I would ever say this: if Warner Brothers and can keep making horror follow-ups as horrifyingly pleasing as Annabelle: Creation, count me in for this Conjuring Universe. Continue reading Annabelle: Creation is a Satisfyingly Scary Entry in the Conjuring Universe (Review)
It’s October – so what do you watch when you’re not waiting for that next episode of Walking Dead to get that sweet sweet horror fix? The FFFN staff has come together to share with you their favorite ‘October movies’. These could be focused on Halloween, or horror, or whatever – they just have that October vibe. We picked 31 so you can watch one every day if you’re psychotic. I realise half the month has already blown by so you’ll need to pull some double headers. Continue reading The Ultimate October Halloween Movie Marathon List: 31 Films to Watch This Month
From Warner Bros and director James Wan (The Conjuring), comes the big-screen debut of DC Comics hero Aquaman. Starring Jason Momoa in the title role, the film also features Amber Heard and Willem Dafoe. Aquaman hits theaters July 27, 2018. Continue reading Black Manta to Battle Aquaman & The Tinkerer Cast in Spider-Man: Homecoming
James Wan (The Conjuring) has been announced as the director for Warner Bros. upcoming big screen adaptation of the DC Comics superhero Aquaman, starring Jason Momoa (Game of Thrones) in the title role.