Creepshow reviving on AMC’s Shudder horror streaming service has been the gory gift that keeps on giving. From the first season to last year’s gory Halloween cartoon special and over the top Christmas special, it’s been a hell of a ride so far. So, how does Creepshow fare with its season 2 revival? Read on, because the opening episode is one for all the monster kids and deadite heads out there…
The first story, ‘Model Kid’ revolves around Joe (Brock Duncan), a kid who loves monsters so much he surrounds himself with all kinds of creature figures, memorabilia, and movies. Even dressing up as a vampire himself! An escapist comfort that Joe needs from the real life horrors of local bullies and his mother’s illness. Things take a turn when his sympathetic Aunt Barb (Jana Allen) and abusive Uncle Kevin (The Blob‘s Kevin Dillon) move in to help take care of Joe and his mother. But when push comes to shove, Joe decides to get some supernatural help from his ‘real’ monstrous pals thanks to his very own Creepshow comic…
This was a perfect set-up story for the rest of the season. Directed by showrunner and special fx maestro Greg Nicotero and written by John Esposito, you could tell this story was a huge love letter to the monster kids out there. Not only was it a grand display of practical creatures (I’d love to see The Gillman vs The Mummy) but it also had a lot of heart as Joe finds strength from horror fiction to stand up to his oppressive uncle and bond with his vulnerable mother. Also, kudos to Kevin Dillon for playing a great Creepshow heel!
The second tale of terror is ‘Public Television of the Dead’ also directed by Nicotero and written by Rob Schrab, who penned last season’s werewolf World War 2 epic, ‘Bad Wolf Down’. Set in the 1970’s, the story follows the day’s production for Pittsburgh’s WQPS station. Mrs. Booksberry (Coley Campany) is the face of the network and with the most popular show with with her magical library. While she appears sweet and friendly on TV, behind the scenes, she’s a nightmare to work with. Even going to far as to pressure the station’s new executive Claudia Aberlan (Marissa Chanel Hampton) to cancel gentle giant of a painter Norm Roberts’ (Mark Ashworth) art show so she can steal his time slot. Things take a turn for the worst when Ted Raimi himself stops by to get a relic he found in his fruit cellar appraised on an antique show… The Necronomicon!
This episode was a barrel of laughs and deadites! A love letter to all things Evil Dead and public television with more blood and guts than you’d ever see on any publicly broadcast TV show. Ted Raimi is great as… Ted Raimi, and the trio of Claudia, Norm, and producer George (Todd Allen Durkin) make for an incredible group of protagonists and I would watch an entire spin-off movie with them. I don’t want to spoil too much, but keep an eye out for numerous ED references and homages.
Overall, this was a solid start to Season 2 and I am ecstatic to see what further frights are in store for us!
Creepshow airs on Shudder every Thursday.
Horror Movies & Series Coming to Netflix in December 2022
Coming December 2022
This disaster film comes from Roar Uthaug, the director of Tomb Raider (2018), and The Wave (2015). In the film, a gargantuan creature is terrorizing the Norwegian countryside leaving devastation in its wake. Fun fact: actor Billy Campbell, who played The Rocketeer (1991), has a small role in this film.
Deep inside the mountain of Dovre, something gigantic awakens after being trapped for a thousand years. Destroying everything in its path, the creature is fast approaching the capital of Norway. But how do you stop something you thought only existed in Norwegian folklore?
Based on the novel Hot Skull by Afşin Kum, set in a world shaken by an epidemic of madness that spreads through language and speech, the reclusive former linguist Murat Siyavus, having taken refuge at his mother’s home, is the only person mysteriously unaffected by this disease.
Hunted by the ruthless Anti-Epidemic Institution, Murat is forced to leave the safe zone and flee within the flames and ruins of the streets of Istanbul, where he searches for the secret of his “hot skull” – a lasting mark of the disease.
Get your ticket to the fastest heist ever to take place on a train. This action-packed thriller is set aboard a bullet train in Japan. Directed by David Leitch (John Wick, Atomic Blonde, Deadpool 2), and starring Brad Pitt among a slew of surprising cameos may find a wider audience on Netflix.
Unlucky assassin Ladybug (Brad Pitt) is determined to do his job peacefully after one too many gigs has gone off the rails. Fate has other plans, however: Ladybug’s latest mission puts him on a collision course with lethal adversaries from around the globe–all with connected, yet conflicting, objectives–on the world’s fastest train. The end of the line is just the beginning in this non-stop thrill-ride through modern-day Japan.
In yet another adaptation of the legendary fairy tale, Guillermo del Toro puts his own expertise behind this version. The filmmakers on this project also filled the movie with tons of Easter eggs.
“We paid homage to previous Guillermo films like Hellboy and The Devil’s Backbone by recreating shots,” says art director Robert DeSue. “Way back toward the beginning of the storyboarding process, Guillermo asked that we match the bomb dropping scene from Devil’s Backbone. The framing, camera placement and action within it are all strikingly similar.”
Academy Award®-winning director Guillermo del Toro and award-winning, stop-motion legend Mark Gustafson reimagine the classic Carlo Collodi tale of the fabled wooden boy with a whimsical tour de force that finds Pinocchio on an enchanted adventure that transcends worlds and reveals the life-giving power of love.
Who Killed Santa? A Murderville Murder Mystery
Senior Detective Terry Seattle (Will Arnett) is back and this time, the case is critical. Along with his two celebrity guest stars, Jason Bateman and Maya Rudolph, he is on a mission to figure out…who killed Santa? But here’s the catch: Jason Bateman and Maya Rudolph aren’t being given the script. They have no idea what’s about to happen to them. Together, with Terry Seattle (and many surprises), they will have to improvise their way through the case… but it will be up to both of them to name the killer. Based off the BAFTA award winning BBC3 series Murder in Successville by Tiger Aspect Productions and Shiny Button Productions.
The Glass Onion
Daniel Craig returns as the seemingly absentminded detective Benoit Blanc in this stand-alone sequel to the 2019 whodunit. This time the sharp, blue-eyed sleuth heads to the Mediterranean to peel back the clues leading to the truth behind a tech giant Miles Bron (Ed Norton) and his latest invention.
Benoit Blanc returns to peel back the layers in a new Rian Johnson whodunit. This fresh adventure finds the intrepid detective at a lavish private estate on a Greek island, but how and why he comes to be there is only the first of many puzzles.
Blanc soon meets a distinctly disparate group of friends gathering at the invitation of billionaire Miles Bron for their yearly reunion. Among those on the guest list are Miles’ former business partner Andi Brand, current Connecticut governor Claire Debella, cutting-edge scientist Lionel Toussaint, fashion designer and former model Birdie Jay and her conscientious assistant Peg, and influencer Duke Cody and his sidekick girlfriend Whiskey.
As in all the best murder mysteries, each character harbors their own secrets, lies and motivations. When someone turns up dead, everyone is a suspect.
Returning to the franchise he began, Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Rian Johnson writes and directs Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery and assembles another all-star cast that includes a returning Daniel Craig alongside Edward Norton, Janelle Monáe, Kathryn Hahn, Leslie Odom Jr., Jessica Henwick, Madelyn Cline with Kate Hudson and Dave Bautista.
The Witcher: Blood Origin (limited series)
Every story has a beginning. Witness the untold history of the Continent with The Witcher: Blood Origin, a new prequel series set in an elven world 1200 years before the events of The Witcher. Blood Origin will tell a story lost to time – exploring the creation of the first prototype Witcher, and the events that lead to the pivotal “Conjunction of the Spheres,” when the worlds of monsters, men, and elves merged to become one. The Witcher: Blood Origin will release in 2022, only on Netflix.
At once hilarious and horrifying, lyrical and absurd, ordinary and apocalyptic, White Noise dramatizes a contemporary American family’s attempts to deal with the mundane conflicts of everyday life while grappling with the universal mysteries of love, death, and the possibility of happiness in an uncertain world. Based on the book by Don DeLillo, written for the screen and directed by Noah Baumbach, produced by Noah Baumbach (p.g.a) and David Heyman (p.g.a.). Produced by Uri Singer.
Coming in November 2022
This popular series returns with more unsolved crimes and paranormal mysteries. From a young woman who is found dead on the railroad tracks to a ghost who may have reached out to an apartment tenant to help solve her murder, this series drops wraps ups up its third volume of nine episodes on November 1.
This true crime documentary is set in the world of bodybuilding. On Valentine’s Day 1995, national bodybuilding champion, Ray McNeil, was choking his bodybuilder wife, Sally, when she grabbed a gun and fatally shot him twice.
With a documented history of domestic abuse, Sally claimed it was self-defense, a split-second decision to save her life. The prosecution argued it was premeditated murder, the revenge of a jealous and aggressive wife. They called her a “thug,” a “bully,” a “monster”. The media referred to her as the “brawny bride” and the “pumped-up princess”.
Sally says she spent her life doing whatever it took to survive, caught in a cycle of violence that began in childhood and ended with Ray’s death. This complex true crime story examines domestic violence, gender roles, and the world of bodybuilding. It’s directed by award-winning filmmaker, Nanette Burstein (On The Ropes, Hillary) and is produced by Traci Carlson, Robert Yapkowitz and Richard Peete of Neighborhood Watch (Karen Dalton: In My Own Time, Blue Ruin).”
Enola Holmes season 2
The young detective is at it again in this, the second season of the popular action/mystery series. Enola Holmes takes on her first official case to find a missing girl, as the sparks of a dangerous conspiracy ignite a mystery that requires the help of friends — and Sherlock himself — to unravel.
Capturing the Killer Nurse
This is the companion documentary to the Jessica Chastain Netflix original titled The Good Nurse.
Charlie Cullen was an experienced registered nurse, trusted and beloved by his colleagues at Somerset Medical Center in New Jersey. He was also one of history’s most prolific serial killers, with a body count potentially numbering in the hundreds across multiple medical facilities in the Northeast. Based on The Good Nurse, the best-selling book written by Charles Graeber – to be dramatized in a Netflix feature film starring Jessica Chastain and Eddie Redmayne, premiering this fall – this documentary uses interviews with the nurses who blew the whistle on their coworker, the detectives who cracked the case, and audio from Cullen himself as it unravels the twisted path to his conviction.
Perhaps one of the most anticipated series coming in November is 1899 from the German creators of the critically acclaimed Dark. In this series, a migrant steamship heads west to leave the old continent. The passengers, a mixed bag of European origins, united by their hopes and dreams for the new century and their future abroad. But their journey takes an unexpected turn when they discover another migrant ship adrift on open sea. What they will find on board, will turn their passage to the promised land into a horrifying nightmare.
Dead to Me Season 3
Jen and Judy return for the third and final season. In the aftermath of yet another hit and run, both women receive shocking news, and are ready to risk their lives for a friendship that’s above the law.
Our favorite happily depressed Addams Family sibling is back to create amusing havoc and biting one-liners on the world.
This is a sleuthing, supernaturally infused mystery charting Wednesday Addams’ years as a student at Nevermore Academy. Wednesday’s attempts to master her emerging psychic ability, thwart a monstrous killing spree that has terrorized the local town, and solve the supernatural mystery that embroiled her parents 25 years ago — all while navigating her new and very tangled relationships at Nevermore.
Well it is finally here; Halloween! We were made for this month and Netflix is making an effort to show fans like us a good, spooky time. Although the platform is chock full of new and old horror movies already, this October they are adding a few of their own originals to sweeten the pot a little. Take a look:
Nailed It! Season 7
This hilarious competition reality baking show is still going strong. It’s hard to believe that it is going into its seventh season, but here we are. Catch it, when it drops on October 5.
Mr. Harrigan’s Phone
Some connections never die. From Ryan Murphy, Blumhouse and Stephen King comes a supernatural coming-of-age story, starring Donald Sutherland and Jaeden Martell. Written and directed for the screen by John Lee Hancock.
Conversations with a Killer: The Jeffrey Dahmer Tapes
When Milwaukee police entered the apartment of 31-year-old Jeffrey Dahmer in July of 1991, they uncovered the grisly personal museum of a serial killer: a freezer full of human heads, skulls, bones and other remains in various states of decomposition and display. Dahmer quickly confessed to sixteen murders in Wisconsin over the previous four years, plus one more in Ohio in 1978, as well as unimaginable acts of necrophilia and cannibalism. The discovery shocked the nation and stunned the local community, who were incensed that such a depraved killer had been allowed to operate within their city for so long. Why was Dahmer, who had been convicted of sexual assault of a minor in 1988, able to avoid suspicion and detection from police as he stalked Milwaukee’s gay scene for victims, many of whom were people of color? The third in a series from director Joe Berlinger (CWAK: The Ted Bundy Tapes, CWAK: The John Wayne Gacy Tapes), this three-part documentary features never-before-heard audio interviews between Dahmer and his defense team, delving into his warped psyche while answering these open questions of police accountability through a modern-day lens.
The Luckiest Girl Alive
Luckiest Girl Alive centers on Ani FaNelli, a sharp-tongued New Yorker who appears to have it all: a sought-after position at a glossy magazine, a killer wardrobe, and a dream Nantucket wedding on the horizon. But when the director of a crime documentary invites her to tell her side of the shocking incident that took place when she was a teenager at the prestigious Brentley School, Ani is forced to confront a dark truth that threatens to unravel her meticulously crafted life.
Jihyo, who can see aliens, and Bora, who has been pursuing them, search for Jihyo’s boyfriend, who disappeared without a trace, and encounter an “unidentified” mystery.
The Midnight Club
At a hospice for terminally ill young adults, eight patients come together every night at midnight to tell each other stories — and make a pact that the next of them to die will give the group a sign from the beyond. Based on the 1994 novel of the same name as well as other works by Christopher Pike.
A terrifying space horror with story by Hirotaka Adachi (Otsuichi), character designs by Yoshitaka Amano and music by Ryuichi Sakamoto
In the far future, humanity has been driven from Earth and forced to move its population to another galaxy. Members of a scouting team are sent to search for a planet suitable for terraforming. The crew was created through a biological 3D printer, but a system malfunction causes one of the crew members, Lewis, to emerge in a deformed state. As Lewis turns on his fellow crew members Nina, Mack, Patty and Oscar, a countdown to the end of the mission begins in the frightening darkness of the ship.
Coming in September 2022
Netflix isn’t really giving us anything that scary in the next few months unless they are waiting to surprise us in October. Other than a 1970s classic and a handful of Resident Evil offerings, the horror slate is pretty dry. What we do get are some thrillers and true crime docs, but other than that the biggest “horror” title seems to be The Munsters on September 27.
Here are the titles that are scheduled to release on the streamer this month:
A Clockwork Orange
In the future, a sadistic gang leader is imprisoned and volunteers for a conduct-aversion experiment, but it doesn’t go as planned. — IMDb
Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Resident Evil: Retribution
Devil in Ohio (Netflix Series)
Synopsis: When hospital psychiatrist Dr. Suzanne Mathis shelters a mysterious cult escapee, her world is turned upside down as the strange girl’s arrival threatens to tear her own family apart.
Indian Predator: The Diary of a Serial Killer (Netflix Documentary)
Find out about the spine-chilling, horrible crimes of the sadistic killer Raja Kolander.
End of the Road
Synopsis: In this high-octane action thriller, a cross-country road trip becomes a highway to hell for Brenda (Queen Latifah), her two kids and her brother Reggie (Chris ‘Ludacris’ Bridges). After witnessing a brutal murder, the family finds themselves in the crosshairs of a mysterious killer. Now alone in the New Mexico desert and cut off from any help, Brenda is pulled into a deadly fight to keep her family alive. Directed by Millicent Shelton, END OF THE ROAD also stars Beau Bridges, Mychala Faith Lee, Shaun Dixon and Frances Lee McCain.
After a clandestine run-in, Drea (Alpha, fallen it girl) and Eleanor (beta, new alt girl) team up to go after each other’s tormentors. Do Revenge is a subverted Hitchcock-ian dark comedy featuring the scariest protagonists of all: teenage girls.
Synopsis: A storm rages. A young girl is kidnapped. Her mother (Jurnee Smollett) teams up with the mysterious woman next door (Allison Janney) to pursue the kidnapper – a journey that tests their limits and exposes shocking secrets from their pasts.
Whether you’re looking forward to this Munsters reboot or not, it’s still an intriguing concept. A director known for his ultra-violent movies doing a reboot, nee origin story, of a popular 60s sitcom about a family of Universal monsters. What could go wrong?
Netflix in August is giving us 7 titles we’re interested in. Some are returning series, some are original movies, but all are worthy of a watchlist ping. Let us know what you think and if there are some we missed that you want us to know about.
Synopsis via IMDb: Reboot of “The Munsters”, that followed a family of monsters who moves from Transylvania to an American suburb.
Coming in August 2022
The Sandman (August 5)
Here is a highly anticipated live-action version of Neil Gaiman’s comic book classic. At almost 40 years old, the story is getting a Netflix series. The streamer had a successful run with Lucifer, a spin-off character from the comics.
Gaiman himself describes the story of The Sandman: A wizard attempting to capture Death to bargain for eternal life traps her younger brother Dream instead. Fearful for his safety, the wizard kept him imprisoned in a glass bottle for decades. After his escape, Dream, also known as Morpheus, goes on a quest for his lost objects of power.
I Just Killed My Dad (August 9)
Netflix has been hitting their true-crime docu-series’ out of the park. Often compelling and full of twists, these true crime titles are a popular sub-genre. I Just Killed My Dad is definitely an attention-grabbing title, so it seems we are in for another wild, interesting ride.
Synopsis: Anthony Templet shot his father and never denied it. But why he did is a complex question with profound implications that go far beyond one family.
Locke & Key Season 3 (August 10)
Are you ready to return to Keyhouse? The popular series Locke & Key is dropping its third season, premiering this month. A nail-biting cliffhanger in the season two finale will most likely be addressed.
Not only that but this is reported to be the final season of the supernatural thriller. Don’t dodge this one if you know what I mean.
School Tales: The Series (August 10)
Who doesn’t like anthologies? With Asian horror becoming trendy again stateside, we get this offering from Thailand. There are eight stories in all, each with its own ghost story to tell:
A girl jumping to her death; a haunted library; canteen food made from human flesh; a headless ghost in the school warehouse; a devil-infested room; a vengeful demon in an abandoned building; and a classroom where only dead students attend class.
Will the stories have a wraparound arc? We’ll have to wait and see.
Day Shift (August 12)
Jamie Foxx is a Los Angeles pool boy who just wants to provide for his daughter in Day Shift. So what’s a little side-hustle killing vampires? This highly anticipated action opus is from the creators of John Wick 4 so you know it’s going to be frenetic. The trailer alone is watchlist worthy and we’ve already checked the box.
Co-starring Dave Franco and Snoop Dogg, Day Shift is probably going to chart through the roof. Is it going to be Stranger Things popular? Probably not, but it looks like a real good time.
Echoes (August 19)
This Australian thriller is coming up top to the states this month. Not much is known about the plot and that might be a good thing if you like a little mystery with your horror. This comes from the creator of 13 Reasons Why but feels a little more like 2021’s I Know What You Did Last Summer.
Leni and Gina are identical twins who have secretly swapped their lives since they were children, culminating in a double life as adults, but one of the sisters goes missing and everything in their perfectly schemed world turns into chaos
The Girl in the Mirror (August 19)
Anyone else noticing a trend in movie titles that start with “The Girl”? This series is imported from Spain, another country that is rising in quality horror entertainment. With heavy Final Destination vibes, The Girl in the Mirror has us intrigued.
Synopsis: After surviving a bus accident in which almost all her classmates die, Alma wakes up in a hospital with no memory of the incident… or of her past. Her house is full of memories that are not hers, and both amnesia and trauma cause her to experience night terrors and visions that she cannot clarify. With the help of her parents and friends, unknown to her, she will try to uncover the mystery surrounding the accident while struggling to recover her life and her identity.
July means half the year is over and boy, has Netflix had a great one. Stranger things have happened.
But it’s not over yet, and the streamer has more up its sleeve in July as far as fascinating content. In the remaining days they are offering up some intriguing stories and we have picked several that have caught our attention.
We present them here so that you can plan the rest of July in anticipation just like the rest of us.
The Wretched July 31
Even though 2020 sucked for a lot of people there were some decent titles that came out that year to appease the homebound horror fan. The Wretched is one of those titles and it delivers. With an interesting story and strikingly creepy visuals, The Wretched still holds up right down to its final act. If you didn’t get a chance to see this when it first came out, give it a watch on Netlfix and let it cast its spell.
A defiant teenage boy, struggling with his parents’ imminent divorce, faces off with a thousand-year-old witch, who is living beneath the skin of and posing as the woman next door.
Keep Breathing July 28
At first, it seems like Yellowjackets for one, but then it delves into some Stephen King-type territory. Either way, Keep Breathing looks like an adventure in terror and we’ve got our figurative tickets. Scream’s (2021) Melissa Barrera stars as a plane crash survivor who seemingly gets caught between reality and fantasy. The fantasy part might be more damaging than the elements as her will to survive lessens every hour.
When a small plane crashes in the middle of the Canadian wilderness, a lone survivor must battle the elements — and her personal demons— to stay alive.
Indian Predator: The Butcher of Delhi
Netflix has shown up for foreign filmmakers recently. They aren’t afraid of subtitles even though they seem to love bad dubbing. This offering is based on true events and has some English-speaking interviews. But what intrigues us the most is how one person can dismember so many people and still evade authorities.
One city, one cold-blooded murderer and multiple horrifying crimes. Brace yourself for the most bone-chilling, blood curdling true crime story you’ll ever see. Because this time, evil is closer than you thought it would be.
School Tales The Series TBD
As stated above, Netflix is leveling up on their foreign horror movie game. Earlier this month we got the found footage creeper Incantation, and now we get another Taiwanese horror movie, School Tales; this time it’s an anthology. It has all the earmarks of an Asian horror movie with its curses, classrooms, and evil school girls. But will we hold a grudge if it doesn’t hold up to our standards?
Every school has its tales of horror and mystery… the marching band is staying over at the school for annual camp and the members decide to “test” if some of their school’s ghostly tales are for real.
My Village People July 22
From East Asia to West Africa we get a witchy offering with My Village People. No, it’s not an autobiography about a 70s boy group who are famous for a wedding reception dance, although that might make our 6 Netflix titles we’re interested list. This one’s about a coven of witches who appear unhappy with a man who courts two of them. Will this put a spell on us or drive us into the woods?
A young man’s weakness for women lands him in trouble when he is caught in a bizarre love triangle with witches.
Bad Exorcist Wednesday, July 20
A TV-MA animated series? Yes and thank you very much. This Polish series looks two parts South Park and two parts Beavis and Butt-Head. Apparently, this series is about a freelance exorcist who is fouler than the monsters he’s provoking. Sounds like a regular Saturday to me!
No demon is safe as Bogdan Boner, the alcohol-loving, self-taught exorcist-for-hire, returns with more inventive, obscene and deadly deeds.
So that’s it so far; our 6 Netflix titles we’re interested in to round out the month. Even if they aren’t as great as we would like, it’s comforting to know we are halfway to Halloween.
‘Candy Land’ Trailer Reveals a Truck Stop Sex Worker Grindhouse Slasher
Candy Land gives us a huge helping of Grindhouse horror in the form of a slasher. The Quiver Distribution picture focuses on a group of truck stop sex workers, some religious zealots, and mixes in some good ole’ blood and guts. We are a fan of the empowered decayed at the edges approach that the filmmaker is taking with this one.
The synopsis for Candy Land is as follows:
“Candy Land follows Remy (Olivia Luccardi, It Follows), a seemingly naive and devout young woman, who finds herself cast out from her religious cult. With no place to turn, she immerses herself into the underground world of truck stop sex workers a.k.a. “lot lizards,” courtesy of her hosts, Sadie (Sam Quartin, Body Brokers), Riley (Eden Brolin, “Yellowstone”), Liv (Virginia Rand) and Levi (Owen Campbell, X). Under the watchful eye of their matriarch, Nora (Guinevere Turner, American Psycho), and enigmatic local lawman, Sheriff Rex (William Baldwin, The Squid and the Whale), Remy navigates between her strained belief system and the lot lizard code to find her true calling in life.“
It stars Olivia Luccardi, Sam Quartin, Eden Brolin, Owen Campbell, Virginia Rand, Guinevere Turner and William Baldwin.
Candy Land arrives in theaters and on digital beginning January 6.
Netflix’s Troll Poster Unveils a Bloodthirsty Creature
Netflix’s Troll arrives on the first of December. This is a huge one for the streaming platform. Director, Roar Uthaug (Cold Prey, The Wave) is back with his latest incredibly visionary film. And to be honest it’s nice that Netflix is dropping a big-budget film instead of going full-on series again. Sometimes a film is bite-sized and perfect enough.
“An idea that has been developing in the back of my mind for over 20 years. To finally be able to realize it with the enthusiastic and ambitious people at Netflix and Motion Blur is truly a dream come true. I can’t wait to unleash this Norwegian monster on the world.“ Uthaug said.
The synopsis for Troll goes like this:
When an ancient troll is awakened in a Norwegian mountain, a ragtag group of heroes must come together to try and stop it from wreaking deadly havoc.
Troll arrives on December 1.