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Eye on Horror Podcast Host Jon Correia’s Top 10 of 2020



Boulet Brothers
How can one put together a Top 10 list in the longest year ever? Probably by filling in all that spare time with new movies. This year is one for the records in many ways, but it also produced some of the weirdest, wildest, and most fun horror films in recent memory.
Shaving down my list to ten was a struggle, but here it is! Don’t forget to check out the latest episode of EYE ON HORROR for more commentary on my tops as well as fellow co-hosts Jacob Davidson and James Jay Edward’s picks!

Come to Daddy

10. Come to Daddy

One of the weirdest horror movies to come out of 2020, Come to Daddy lives up to the uncomfortable nature of its title.  From director Ant Timpson, creator of The ABCs of Death franchise, the film follows a youngish man who is invited to his estranged father’s house, which leads to…… uncomfortable situations to say the least. The less said the better, going in blind helps tremendously, just be prepared to be uncomfortable.

Streaming on Amazon Prime, also available on Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital everywhere

Train to Busan

Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula

9. Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula

One of my most anticipated films of 2020, TTBP: Peninsula had a tough act to follow as the first Train to Busan was a zombie masterpiece, and for me, it was solid as fuck. Taking some of the dramatic points of the first film and adding more world-building action, Peninsula makes itself a welcomed entry in the Train to Busan franchise. It makes me excited and hopeful that they will be pumping out “Presents” features yearly forever.

Available on 4K/Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital everywhere



8. Sputnik

Sputnik seemed to come out of nowhere this year and became one of the best alien creature features in recent memory. Atmosphere with some beautiful cinematography, the plot follows an alien landing in Russia causing quite the ruckus. Fans of the Alien franchise will love this as the concept feel a lot like what was originally promised with Alien 3, but it also shares a similar quality of the first two.

Streaming on Hulu Plus, Rent/own digitally, Preorder Blu-Ray/DVD Coming in February

Boulet Brothers

Boulet Brothers – Dragula: Ressurection

7. The Boulet Brother’s Dragula: Resurrection

The Boulets made Resurrection at the beginning of the pandemic, bring the competition from the stage to the competitor’s homes. The film feels like a culmination of 2020, covering topics from the Pandemic, BLM, LGBTQ rights, and the toll of the shutdown on mental health all while never forgetting to showcase the incredible talent of the cast. The three pillars of Dragula, Filth, Horror, and Glamour, are on full display in this epic special. Can’t wait for season 4.

In the USA, Resurrection is streaming on ShudderSeason 1 on YouTube, and Seasons 2&3 on Netflix


6. Spontaneous

Another film that seemingly came out of nowhere, Spontaneous proved to be so much more. Following two high school students falling in love while their fellow classmates spontaneously explode, it has one of the most believable couplings I have seen in a love story in some time. The chemistry between Katherine Langford and Charlie Plummer sells the story, investing you in the tragedy plaguing the class. The film could have easily taken the subject matter on gone cheesy with it, instead, they fully embraced the horror presented, leading to imagery of other bloody real-life tragedies in our schools the last few decades. Please, watch this movie right now, then finish the list.

Available now to rent/own digitally and on DVD


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‘King On Screen’ Trailer – A New Stephen King Documentary, Coming Soon



Today the official trailer has been released for a new documentary, King on Screen, that Dark Star Pictures has acquired the North American rights.

Over the years, Stephen King has gained recognition as an immensely popular and prolific author known for his mastery of horror, supernatural, and suspense. His writing style is often characterized by vivid descriptions and compelling characters, and he just has an overall knack for building that suspense that we’ve all come to enjoy.

King has the ability to create a sense of unease and terror in everyday settings; this has become quite a hallmark for the author. The dark side of human nature and how people treat each other is another trademark King often delivers within his characters.

The Synopsis: 1976; Brian de Palma directs Carrie, the first novel by Stephen King. Since then, more than 50 directors have adapted the master of horror’s books into more than 80 films and series, making him the most adapted author alive in the world. What’s so fascinating about him that filmmakers cannot stop adapting his works? KING ON SCREEN reunites the filmmakers that have adapted Stephen King’s books for cinema and TV, including Frank Darabont (Shawshank Redemption, The Green Mile, The Walking Dead), Tom Holland (The Langoliers, Chucky), Mick Garris (The Stand, Sleepwalkers) and Taylor Hackford (Dolores Claiborne, Ray). It is a movie made for the fans and with the fans, led by an international ambition.

Interviews also include Tim Curry, James Can, Dee Wallace, Mark L. Lester, Mike Flanagan, Vincenzo Natali, and Greg Nicotero. Directed by Daphné Baiwir

The documentary will be in select theaters on August 11, 2023, and On Demand and Blu-Ray on September 8, 2023.

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A New Supernatural Thriller – ‘Hell Hath No Fury’ Is In The Works



A new supernatural thriller, Hell Hath No Fury, is currently in the works. (not to be confused with the 2021 film with the same title). Miles Crawford (Babylon), Sharlene Rädlein (Spinning Out of Control), Brooke Butler (Ozark), Jamie Zevallos (The Skulleton), and Lorenzo Antonucci (Paradise City) have signed on to the Karbis Sarafyan and Andrew Pearce-produced thriller film.

Written by Dennis Wilder and directed by Rustam Vakilov, Hell Hath No Fury follows Aidan (Crawford), an agnostic psychiatrist who runs a residential facility while grieving the loss of his newborn child with his wife.  When one of his patients is brutally murdered just as a beautiful new employee comes into his life, he tries to balance saving his marriage with preventing the facility from closing.  As the story progresses, Aidan must confront his own lack of faith as he realizes that these frightening new circumstances are anything but natural.  

“The plot features a thrilling mix of psychological drama, horror, and supernatural elements that will keep viewers on the edge of their seats,” said producer Sarafyan. “It is a stroy about grief, faith, and the power of the human spirit to overcome even the most challenigng obstacles.”

Not much more is known about this new thriller. Check out the cast’s photos below, and check back with for more information on Hell Hath No Fury.

Lorenzo Antonucci – Photo by Michael Roud 
Jaime Zevallos – Photo by OG Photography 
Brooke Butler – Photo by Bonnie Nichoalds
Miles Crawford – Photo by Damu Malik 
Sharlene Rädlein – Photo by  Coco Jourdana 
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5 New Horror Movies You Can Stream Starting This Week



I am old enough to remember when after a new horror movie’s theatrical release, you would have to wait six months before you could find it at the local video store. That’s if it was even released in the area where you lived.

Some movies were viewed once and lost into the void forever. They were very dark times. Fortunately for us, streaming services have cut that wait down to a fraction of the time. This week we have some big hitters coming to VOD, so let’s jump right in.


Renfield Poster

Nicolas Cage (The Wicker Man) is really hard to put a label on. He has been in so many terrific films, while also ruining one of the greatest folk horror films ever made. For better or worse, his over-the-top acting has placed him in a special place in the hearts of many.

In this iteration of Dracula, he is joined by Nicholas Hoult (Warm Bodies), and Awkwafina (The Little Mermaid). Renfield looks to be a more lighthearted take on the classic Bram Stoker tale. We can only hope that the awkward lovable style of Hoult mingles well with the zaniness that Cage is known for. Renfield will be streaming on Peacock June 9th.


Tony Todd (Candy Man) is one of horror’s greatest living icons. The man has a way of making evil sexy in an unmatched way. Joining Tony in this period piece is the marvelous Sheri Davis (The Amityville Moon).

This one feels fairly cut and dry. We get some old-timey racism which leads to a curse that haunts the land to this day. Mix in some voodoo for good measure and we have ourselves a horror movie. If you want an older feel to your new horror movie, this one’s for you. Devilreaux will be released to video on demand services on June 9th.

The Angry Black Girl and Her Monster

The Angry Black Girl and Her Monster Poster

I have discussed my excitement over this film once before. Not only do we get a modern retelling of Dracula this week. We also get to look at Frankenstein’s monster through a new lens. It’s going to be a good week for classic literature fans.

This film has an amazing cast behind it. We get performances from Denzel Whitaker (The Great Debaters), Laya DeLeon Hayes (God of War: Ragnarök), and Chad L. Coleman (The Walking Dead). If creature features are more your thing, this is the film to watch this week.

The Angry Black Girl and Her Monster will hit video on demand services on June 9th.

Brooklyn 45

Brooklyn 45 Movie Poster

If you aren’t already subscribed to Shudder, now is the time to try out a free trial. The Shudder originals can often be hit or miss. But they normally include some of the standout horror films of the year.

Brooklyn 45 looks like it is going to be one of the good ones. Already receiving massive praise before its release, the hype on this one has me excited. Starring Anne Ramsey (The Taking of Deborah Logan), Ron Rains (Teacher), and Jeremy Holm (Mr. Robot). Brooklyn 45 is my most anticipated new horror film this week. Brooklyn 45 will hit shudder June 9th.

She Came from the Woods

She Came from the Woods Movie Poster

Tubi has been playing its hand at making its own horror films for a while now. Up until this point they have been less than stellar. But after seeing the trailer for She Came from the Woods, I have hope that’s all about to change.

This film isn’t giving us anything new, it’s an old camp legend gone awry. But what it is giving us is William Sadler (Tales from the Crypt) right back where he belongs. Fighting ghosts with a shotgun and loving every minute of it. If you are looking for a new horror movie that is easy to digest, this is the one for you. She Came from the Woods will hit Tubi June 10th.

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