Studio head Jason Blum talks extensively about the future for his horror franchises, wanting to crossover, reboot and remake an array of properties, including a Purge television run.
Primed for a premiere this coming Halloween, the Blumhouse picture has landed some upcoming television talent as cameras begin rolling.
Having dismissed the events of every single sequel in the horror franchise, the actor turned screenwriter outlined how he received the blessing of John Carpenter for the 2018 edition.
The comedic actor turned screenwriter has reinforced John Carpenter's message that the 2018 edition will ignore all of the sequels.
Almost four decades after launching his classical horror installment, the filmmaker has explained that the 2018 edition will ignore what has gone before it.
With Danny McBride and David Gordon Green sharing the writing and directing duties, producer Jason Blum explained that the original creator is very much kingpin of this title.
Jamie Lee Curtis returns to the franchise that started her career as an iconic scream queen with 2018's reboot of Halloween.
Opening up about his idea pitched to John Carpenter, the Alien: Covenant star says that the new addition will be stripped back.
While 10 movies for a franchise might satisfy the appetite of many, the 8-year hiatus is no more as Michael Myers returns to slash his victims top to bottom.
A slew of horror films are attempting to provide new origin stories for some well-known horror villains as a way to fix story issues in poorly received entries within the franchises.