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‘Wolf Pack’ Trailer Pits Werewolves Against Sarah Michelle Gellar

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Sarah Michelle Gellar goes up against some mean werewolves during a wildfire in Wolf Pack. The latest from Teen Wolf writer, Jeff Davis brings us even more werewolf action. It seems like 2023 is going to be the year for werewolf film and tv. The more the better!

Wolf Pack is based on a book by Edo Van Belkom and brought to life on TV by Davis.

The synopsis goes like this:

When a raging wildfire descends on California, a mysterious creature hiding out in the forest is awoken and a group of teenagers find their lives changed forever. WP stars Sarah Michelle Gellar, Rodrigo Santoro, Armani Jackson, Bella Shepard, Chloe Rose Robertson, and Tyler Lawrence Gray.

Wolf Pack begins streaming on Paramount+ beginning January 26.

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‘Children of the Corn’ Adaptation Headed to Theaters and Shudder

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It’s been almost 40 years since Linda Hamilton and Peter Horton got into it with “He who walks behind the rows,” in Fritz Kiersch’s Children of the Corn, based on a story by Stephen King.

Today, Deadline reports that director Kurt Wimmer’s film will finally get a theatrical release on March 3, with a Shudder streaming release on March 21. But don’t get too excited, because this isn’t a remake or even a reboot. Wimmer has said this version has “almost nothing to do” with King’s original short story or the ’84 movie.

“We went back to the story and free-associated from there,” the director told Variety.

You may also notice the dateline for production is 2020. It was big news at the time that Wimmer was going to shoot his movie in Australia during the height of the COVID pandemic. Through safety protocols including social distancing, they managed to get through it.

Producer Lucas Foster said at the time, “You can theorize all you like about safety protocols, but until you get on set, you don’t really know. But I can now tell you it is impossible to keep a camera crew 1.5 meters apart.”

This updated take on King’s short story doesn’t appear to involve a married couple on a road trip at all. Instead, it is an origin story about how all the adults in the small town met their murderous ends.

Children of the Corn follows a 12 year old girl in Nebraska who is possessed by a spirit in a dying cornfield. She recruits the other children in her small town to go on a bloody rampage and kill all the adults and anyone else who opposes her. A bright high schooler who won’t go along with the plan is the town’s only hope of survival.” — Deadline

Make sure to keep checking back to iHorror for the trailer once it drops. And let us know whether you like the concept of moving away from the original story, or if you would have liked it to follow King’s short story more closely.

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Luc Besson’s ‘Arthur: Malediction’ Trailer Turns a Childhood Dream into a Nightmare

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Arthur: Malediction becomes entirely meta by taking the fantasy world of Arthur and the Minimoys and bringing it into an incredibly disturbing new light. In fact, childhood joys soon become a reel daunting nightmare. This is like your friends taking you out to check out some Harry Potter filming locations and ending up having to battle with Voldemort.

The synopsis for Arthur: Malediction goes like this:

Since childhood, Alex has been a big fan of the fantasy film saga Arthur and the Minimoys. So his best friends surprise him with a special present for his 18th birthday: a trip to the abandoned country house where the saga was set. What begins as a weekend adventure, quickly turns into a deadly nightmare…

The film stars Mathieu Berger, Thalia Besson-Sylla, Lola Andreoni, Mikaël Halimi, Yann Mendy, Jade Pedri, Vadim Agid, Marceau Ebersolt, Ludovic Berthillot.

The Luc Besson-produced Arthur: Malediction arrives on digital and VOD beginning February 3.

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Steven Soderbergh’s ‘Divinity’ Trailer Introduces a Truly Grotesque Future

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Steven Soderbergh and Eddie Alcazar team up for the truly bonkers and brilliant-looking Divinity. The trailer for the film gives us heavy Darren Aronofsky’s Pye vibes. All while adding its very unique flavor of body horror and some very cool stop-motion animation fight scenes. We are totally impressed with what we are looking at here and can’t wait to find out more.

Alcazar’s previous film, Perfect was another film that was a visual vista of brilliance. All while introducing us to body horror via plastic surgery reaching an entire new zenith. If you like what you see here and can’t wait to see more, I highly suggest you seek out Alcazar’s Perfect.

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The synopsis for Divinity goes like this:

Set in an otherworldly human existence, scientist Sterling Pierce dedicated his life to the quest for immortality, slowly creating the building blocks of a groundbreaking serum named “Divinity.” Jaxxon Pierce, his son, now controls and manufactures his father’s once-benevolent dream. Society on this barren planet has been entirely perverted by the supremacy of the drug, whose true origins are shrouded in mystery. Two mysterious brothers arrive with a plan to abduct the mogul, and with the help of a seductive woman named Nikita, they will be set on a path hurtling toward true immortality.

Divinity stars Stephen Dorff, Moises Arias, Jason Genao, Karrueche Tran, Scott Bakula and Bella Thorne.

We will be sure to share release date details as soon as we get them in.

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