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YouTuber Stays in the ‘Scream’ House on Halloween and Tries Not to Get Crushed by a Garage Door or Stabbed

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I hope that Digital Content Creator, Patrick Dougall knows the rules of surviving a horror film. I hope he knows them for his own safety. If you have watched Scream 700 times like we have, you know that there are a very particular set of rules to go by when attempting to survive a horror film. If you are going to be in the vicinity of Ghostface or if you happen to decide to stay in the actual home to Stu Macher from Scream, you best be an apt student to those rules.

Dougall and friends must know the rules of surviving a horror film like the back of their hand because, not only do they survive, they also make a really great video of the whole experience.

Dougall was able to live the dream of many a horror fan when he stayed in the house from Scream. That’s right the place that Sydney gave it up to Billy Loomis and the very location that Tatum got crushed by a garage door for doing the very awesome service of procuring a handful of beers for her party-going friends.

Much like, the Gas Station from Texas Chainsaw Massacre, or the Myers house from Halloween, the house from Scream is real estate horror royalty and being able to stay in the house is pretty dang special.

So, what was it like staying inside the Airbnb rented home? Well, Dougall documented it in one of his latest YouTube videos and, man does this look like a complete blast.

Dougall’s description on his YouTube page is as follows:

“Thanks again to our Airbnb host sheriff Dewey! Here’s all that the SCREAM Airbnb included: A virtual greeting at check-in from Dewey (as long as Ghostface doesn’t catch him first).The chance to explore the SCREAM house in all its original glory, from knife marks on the doors to the garage where Dewey’s sister Tatum met her unfortunate demise.A movie marathon featuring all four SCREAM films (on VHS, of course) to get caught up ahead of the next SCREAM release. A dedicated phone line for reaching Ghostface, in case victims (ahem, guests) dare to ask any questions or make requests — but watch out, he might just call the house, too. Classic 90s snack favorites, like Jiffy Pop, ice cream with all the Reddi-whip you could ever want, & pizza, if you’re able to stomach it.”

There are so many little easter eggs and fun things set up around the house itself beginning with Gail Weather’s news van parked out front. The whole experience is kicked off and introduced by a VHS tape featuring none other than Dewey Riley, aka David Arquette. There is a lot of great stuff to discover and Dougall does a fantastic job of exploring everything and getting some really great footage of the experience.

There is a ton of really great stuff for Scream fans to dig into and we could sit here and write a list of them, but its much more fun to just watch Dougal’s video instead.

Make sure to give, Patrick Dougall’s YouTube channel a follow, and of course don’t forget to like this video. We tried to give it a thousand likes, but it only let us do once.

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‘Kraken’: An Upcoming Horror Movie Based On The Famous Sea Monster Legend

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This famous sea legend is getting an adaptation on the big screen. The horror film Kraken, first reported by The Hollywood Reporter, is currently in development and will be based on the terrifying Scandinavian legend. It is targeting a late 2025 release and will be distributed by TrustNordisk. Check out the teaser image and more about the film below.

Teaser Image for Kraken

The film synopsis states: “At the bottom of Norway’s deepest fjord rests a mythical monster as large as a mountain, with a myriad of arms ready to crush and devour anything they can grab.” THR details that it will follow the story of “Johanne, a marine biologist who encounters several strange occurrences while researching a fjord, including the brutal deaths of two local teenagers.”

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The movie is being directed by Pål Øie, known for the horror film The Tunnel (2019). Vilde Eide wrote the script and John Einar Hagen and Einar Loftesnes are producing the film. No details were given on the casting for the film.

Image of Giant Squid Caught On Camera

THR detailed that “In Norway and Iceland, legend has it that the Kraken, a giant sea monster similar to a squid or octopus, is lurking in local seas, only to occasionally rise and go on a rampage. Kraken will be shot off the coast of Norway later this year.”

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The legend of the Kraken is one tale that is popular and known among many. This legend will be interesting to see adapted on the big screen. Are you excited about this upcoming film? Let us know in the comments below. Also, check out footage of a giant Magnapinna squid caught on camera below.

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‘Joker: Folie à Deux’: New First Look Images Showcase The Joker And Harley Quinn

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This is one of the most anticipated movies of 2024. The sequel to Joker (2019) titled Joker: Folie à Deux released new first look images showcasing both the Joker and Harley Quinn. The movie is set to debut in theaters on October 4th of this year. Check out the new images and more about the film below.

First Look Image at Joker: Folie à Deux (2024)

Very little is known about the plot except that it is going to be a musical and that it will focus on both the Joker and Harley Quinn. The movie will be directed by Todd Phillips, who directed the first film. The story is written by Paul Dini, Bill Finger, and Bob Kane. It stars actors Joaquin Phoenix, Lady Gaga, Zazie Beetz, and many more.

First Look Image at Joker: Folie à Deux (2024)

The first film titled Joker was released in 2019 and was a major hit at the box office. The film went on to make $1.074B on a $70M budget. It was also a hit among critics and audiences earning a 69% Critic and 88% Audience score on Rotten Tomatoes. It went on to win several awards including the Oscars best actor (Joaquin Phoenix) and Best Original Score (Hildur Guðnadóttir).

First Look Image at Joker: Folie à Deux (2024)

These images give us a fresh new look at the two leading characters in the film. The first teaser will be released sometime in April according to the director. Are you excited about this film, or do you think they should have left it as a standalone film? Let us know in the comments below. Also, check out the official trailer for the original film below.

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Dennis Quaid Cast as Notorious Serial Killer in Paramount+ Series ‘Happy Face’

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Fans of true crime will be excited about this news. Dennis Quaid is set to lead the cast of the upcoming Paramount+ series, ‘Happy Face.’ This series, inspired by real events, delves into the dark narrative of a notorious serial killer and the profound impact on his family, particularly his daughter.

Happy Face” is rooted in the harrowing true-life story of Melissa Moore, who discovered as a teenager that her father was the infamous serial killer dubbed “Happy Face” for the smiley faces he drew on letters that boasted of his crimes. This revelation shattered Moore’s life, leading her to change her name and keep her father’s identity a secret while he served a life sentence in prison.

Keith Hunter Jesperson, the Happy Face Killer

The series aims to explore the complex relationship between “Happy Face” (played by Quaid) and his daughter, Melissa (portrayed by Annaleigh Ashford). After years of silence, the serial killer finds a way to re-enter his daughter’s life, sparking a series of events that force Melissa to confront her father’s legacy. She embarks on a quest to determine whether an innocent man is at risk of being executed for one of her father’s crimes, all while grappling with the broader implications of her father’s actions on his victims’ families and her own sense of identity.

Happy Face” promises to be a deep dive into the psyche of a serial killer and the ripple effects of crime on family and society. The series is inspired by the podcast of the same name by iHeartMedia and Melissa Moore, and the book “Shattered Silence,” co-written by Moore and M. Bridget Cook.

The production of this eight-episode series is set to commence this spring in Vancouver, with a premiere date on Paramount+ slated for 2025. Behind the scenes, Jennifer Cacicio takes the helm as the writer, executive producer, and showrunner. The project also boasts executive production by notable names including Robert and Michelle King, Liz Glotzer, Moore herself, and Michael Showalter, who is also directing the first episode.

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