If you thought horror has stepped outside of its box this year, you ain’t seen nothing yet. The cheertater-filled franchise Bring it On is headed into a new horror-based direction. That’s right, y’all the franchise that began with Kirsten Dunst and Eliza Dushku bringing it on is coming back with a horror-centric vengeance.
Bring it On: Cheer or Die unleashes a slasher into its midst. So, we still get the same routines and choreographed fun, but this time around there is a whole lot more blood and dying involved. I still can’t believe this is a thing, even after seeing this teaser.
The synopsis for Bring it On: Cheer or Die provided goes like this:
Bring It On: Cheer or Die follows team co-captains Abby (Kerri Medders) and McKayla (Tiera Skovbye) and their Diablos teammates who are forbidden from doing any risky cheer stunts by their overly cautious school principal (Missi Pyle) and fear that they will be laughed out of the upcoming regional cheer competition. The squad comes up with a plan to choreograph a winning routine in secret, at a nearby abandoned school. Once at the school to rehearse, the cheerleaders begin to disappear one by one. By the time they realize they’re locked inside with a killer, it may be too late for any of them to survive. They must use their skills to fight off a killer who gives them only one choice: Cheer or die!
Bring it On: Cheer or Die arrives on SYFY beginning October 8.
Hulu’s October Schedule is a Great Source of Horror
There is plenty to dig into in Hulu’s Huluween this year. As part of this year’s schedule, the entire thing gets kicked off with Huluween Dragstravaganaza on October first and keeps the spooky going through the entire month. The biggest and buzziest drop in Hulu’s October lineup has to be the new Hellraiser film directed by David Bruckner. It looks to bring the franchise into a whole new generation with Jamie Clayton taking on the role of Pinhead along with a new re-imagined story.
The full schedule is one that is filled with more than just horror selections, but for the most part, a huge chunk of the action is definitely all about keeping the schedule spooky and there is a lot of stuff to choose from to keep your Halloween… interesting.
Check out the full Hulu October schedule below and let us know what you think.
Huluween Dragstravaganza (2022)
Berserk: The Golden Age Arc – MEMORIAL EDITION: Complete Season 1 (SUBBED)
My Hero Academia: Complete Season 6 (SUBBED)
Spy x Family: Season 1 Part 2 (SUBBED)
A River Runs Through It (1992)
The ABCs Of Death (2012)
The ABCs Of Death 2 (2014)
About Time (2013)
The Abyss (1989)
After Midnight (2019)
The Age Of Innocence (1993)
Aliens In The Attic (2009)
All About My Mother (1999)
All My Puny Sorrows (2021)
America’s Sweethearts (2001)
American Ultra (2015)
An American Citizen (1992)
As Above, So Below (2014)
Bad Milo! (2013)
Beyond JFK (1991)
Blade 2 (2002)
Blade: Trinity (2004)
Blazing Saddles (1974)
Broken Embraces (2009)
Catch and Release (2006)
Cedar Rapids (2011)
The Covenant (2006)
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000)
Dark Shadows (2012)
Dear White People (2014)
The Devil Has A Name (2019)
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules (2011)
Did You Hear About The Morgans? (2009)
Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark (2011)
Don’t Say A Word (2001)
Double, Double, Toil and Trouble (1993)
El Chicano (2018)
Evil Dead (2013)
The Exorcism of Emily Rose (2005)
Fired Up! (2009)
Fright Night (2011)
The Fugitive (1993)
The Gallows (2015)
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (2011)
Godzilla Vs. Mechagodzilla II (1993)
Godzilla Vs. Destoroyah (2000)
Godzilla Vs. Spacegodzilla (2000)
Godzilla, Mothra, And King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack (2003)
Godzilla Vs. Megaguirus: The G Annihilation Strategy (2003)
Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla (2004)
Grandma’s Boy (2006)
The Green Hornet (2011)
The Hand That Rocks The Cradle (1992)
Higher Learning (1995)
How to be Single (2016)
The Hulk (2003)
I Saw The Devil (2010)
It Might Get Loud (2008)
Jack And Diane (2012)
Layer Cake (2005)
Let Me In (2010)
Like Mike (2002)
Lords of Dogtown (2005)
Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (1994)
Monster House (2006)
The Mortal Instruments (2013)
National Lampoon’s Dorm Daze 2 (2006)
The New Age (1994)
No Eres Tu Soy Yo (2011)
O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000)
Piranha 3-D (2010)
The Pursuit of Happyness (2006)
Q & A (1990)
Robin Hood (2010)
The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)
The Roommate (2011)
The Sixth Sense (1999)
The Skin I Live In (2011)
Spirit: Stallion Of Cimarron (2002)
Spy Next Door (2010)
That Night (1993)
Todo Cambia (2000)
The Transporter (2002)
Turtle Beach (1992)
Undercover Brother (2002)
V/H/S 2 (2013)
V/H/S: Viral (2014)
Vanishing On 7th Street (2010)
Wild Wild West (1999)
The Wheel (2021)
Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown (2006)
Red Election: Complete Season 1
A Sinister Halloween Scary Opposites Solar Special
America’s Funniest Home Videos: Season 33 Premiere
Schitt’s Creek: Complete Series
The Good Doctor: Season 6 Premiere
The Bachelorette: Complete Season 18
Abominable and The Invisible City: Complete Season 1
Mob Psycho 100 III: Complete Season 3 (SUBBED)
Locked Up Abroad: Season 12 Premiere
SurrealEstate: Complete Season 1
Alaska Daily: Series Premiere
Grey’s Anatomy: Season 19 Premiere
Station 19: Season 6 Premiere
Mack + Rita (2022)
To Catch a Smuggler: South Pacific: Season 9 Premiere
The Rising of the Shield Hero: Complete Season 2 (DUBBED)
Chainsaw Man: Complete Season 1 (SUBBED)
Pil’s Adventure (2021)
See For Me (2021)
Catfish: The TV Show: Season 8F
My Friend Dahmer (2017)
Poetic Justice (1993)
The Boy Downstairs (2017)
Being Flynn (2012)
Sinister 2 (2015)
The Paloni Show! Halloween Special!
Duncanville: Final 6 Episodes
Annabelle: Creation (2017)
The Hair Tales: Two-Episode Series Premiere
The French Dispatch (2021)
Crimes of the Future (2022)
The Way Way Back (2013)
‘V/H/S/99’ Trailer Takes Us to the Terror-Filled 1990s
The 90s were a scarier time than most folks remember. It was a boyband takeover and almost too many brightly lit outfits and beanies for the human mind to take. Plus, there was that whole Y2K thing. The upcoming V/H/S/99 is about to remind us of a few more reasons why the whole 90s thing was so scary with their latest decade-centric anthology entry.
The new trailer if full of little moments that are right on the money when it comes to the 90s and especially the formatting of cameras at that time. I’m sure everything planned for this one will be a blast with directors like Johnannes Roberts and Flying Lotus onboard as the mad minds behind this one’s stories.
The synopsis for V/H/S/99 goes like this:
V/H/S/99 harkens back to the final punk rock analog days of VHS, while taking one giant leap forward into the hellish new millennium. In V/H/S/99, a thirsty teenager’s home video leads to a series of horrifying revelations.
This one is directed by Maggie Levin, Johannes Roberts, Flying Lotus, Tyler MacIntyre, and Vanessa and Joseph Winter.
V/H/S/99 arrives on Shudder beginning on October 20.
Crazy ‘Feed Me’ Trailer Feels Like Jeffrey Dahmer Meets ‘Hostel’
Bloody, unhinged, and graphic — and that’s just the trailer! Feed Me is looking to test your gag reflex when it hits digital and on demand on October 27. The film is getting ready to premiere at Los Angele’s Beyond Fest on October, 5.
XYZ Films acquired the horror film with the help of EVP of US distribution, James Emanuel Shapiro. He was so impressed he negotiated the deal directly with the film’s four producers.
Buckets and Buckets of Gore
“I was truly blown away by Feed Me,” Shapiro contends. “I’ve watched this movie ten times since I first saw it because it’s such a blast. This is a horror film for the real sickos out there, myself included. I haven’t had this much fun watching a horror movie since Drag Me to Hell. This is not a brooding horror drama about grief and the human existence. Feed Me is a rollercoaster ride full of thrills, laughs and screams and it brings buckets and buckets of gore and grime to the table. I had to release this for Halloween. Dinner is served!”
There are actually two writers and directors of the film, Adam Leader and Richard Oakes. They say they weren’t afraid to offend anyone and just went for it with the story.
“Feed Me is very much a film unto its own,” they said in a press release. “As a product of our combined personalities as a filmmaker duo, it’s an example of what we feel we do best – layering bizarre, batshit-crazy horror with a generous dusting of comedy on a dramatic story of grief, heartache, and self-loathing.
“From the moment of its inception, we wanted to tell the story without holding back due to the worry of what others might think. Its running themes and distinguished nature somewhat personally echo aspects of our own style as a filmmaking duo.
Feed Me follows Mulvin’s character Jed, whose life is shattered when his wife, played by Loxley, suddenly dies and Jed feels directly responsible. Spiraling into an abyss of depression, he finds himself in a bar with a deranged cannibal, Lionel Flack (Ward, in a truly star-making performance) who convinces him he can redeem himself through the glorious act of allowing himself to be slowly eaten to death.