The Scariest Scenes in Star Wars

Fear may be a path to the Dark Side but it’s not something most people associate with Star Wars. When you think Star Wars you think sweeping sci-fi adventure or maybe even laid back Western swagger. You rarely think of nail-biting dread or shocking jump scares. They’re in there though and this Halloween, we’ve gone…

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Source: io9 – The Scariest Scenes in Star Wars

Blumhouse Orders Up a Bunch of Scares, Including a New Insidious Movie

It’s time to get horrifying. Blumhouse has unveiled a whole new slate of frights to get us through 2021, featuring several more “Welcome to the Blumhouse” flicks, a new teaser for Halloween Kills, and a fifth Insidious movie—this one directed by franchise star Patrick Wilson himself.

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Source: io9 – Blumhouse Orders Up a Bunch of Scares, Including a New Insidious Movie

Batwoman, Black Lightning, and Superman & Lois Are Coming to the CW This Winter

Though the CW is currently fresh out of new cape content thanks to production delays caused by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the network is already gearing up to hit the ground running with 2021 premieres for more than a few of its superhero mainstays, some of whom are returning with all new looks.

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Source: io9 – Batwoman, Black Lightning, and Superman & Lois Are Coming to the CW This Winter

Star Trek: Discovery's Tilly and Michael Reunite in This Bittersweet Clip

This week’s episode of Star Trek: Discovery was a hard one on the crew—the joy of being reunited with Michael Burnham after she crashed into the 32nd century ahead of them, tempered with the stark realization of the future they find themselves in. It’s something that’s starting to hit home for the Disco crew, as this…

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Source: io9 – Star Trek: Discovery’s Tilly and Michael Reunite in This Bittersweet Clip

Nick Frost and Simon Pegg's Goofy, Ghostly Truth Seekers Is Well Worth a Binge

Truth Seekers, a new series whose co-creators and stars include noted nerds Simon Pegg and Nick Frost (Shaun of the Dead), hits Amazon tomorrow. It would be a welcome arrival any time of year, but since it’s all about the paranormal (and the humans who’re obsessed with it), it’s the perfect binge for Halloween.

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Source: io9 – Nick Frost and Simon Pegg’s Goofy, Ghostly Truth Seekers Is Well Worth a Binge

Onyx Equinox's New Trailer Is an Absolute Bloodbath

In Crunchyroll’s upcoming anime-inspired series Onyx Equinox, a young boy named Izel sets out with an unexpected group of friends on an adventure to save the world from the gods—who take pleasure in the idea of toying with humanity just for shits and giggles. As the chosen one, Izel has both fate and magic on his side…

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Source: io9 – Onyx Equinox’s New Trailer Is an Absolute Bloodbath

Netflix's Alice in Borderland Trailer Is an Invitation to Play the Deadliest Game

Much like Lewis Carroll’s fantastical heroine, the trio of slackers at the center of Netflix’s upcoming adaptation of Alice in Borderland are a group of people whose imaginations are almost too big to fit into their current realities, and so they delight in flights of fancy that pull them out of the humdrum of their…

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Source: io9 – Netflix’s Alice in Borderland Trailer Is an Invitation to Play the Deadliest Game

Y: The Last Man Is Back With a New Agent 355 and Hero

Y: The Last Man has had a long, long, long journey to a screen near you and now, finally, it’s actually happening. FX announced that the newly reimagined Y: The Last Man TV series has begun production in Toronto, and a few new cast members are along for the ride.

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Source: io9 – Y: The Last Man Is Back With a New Agent 355 and Hero

New Witcher Season 2 Set Photos Tease an Armor Upgrade for the Villains

Our first look at Adam Mason and Michael Bay’s coronavirus movie Songbird is here. Vivica A. Fox is leading another remake of Night of the Living Dead. Plus, sneak peeks as Spider-Man 3 starts filming and the CW wants to make a Nancy Drew spinoff with a black, queer protagonist. Spoilers get!

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Source: io9 – New Witcher Season 2 Set Photos Tease an Armor Upgrade for the Villains

Genndy Tartakovsky's Unicorn: Warriors Eternal Is Heading to HBO Max

A new generation of heroes are rising—well before their time. HBO Max and Cartoon Network have announced Unicorn: Warriors Eternal, the latest animated series from Samurai Jack and Primal creator Genndy Tartakovsky, all about ancient heroes who’ve been reincarnated into the bodies of teenagers.

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Source: io9 – Genndy Tartakovsky’s Unicorn: Warriors Eternal Is Heading to HBO Max

Let Moral Orel's Halloween Episode Remind You That People Are the Scariest Thing of All

In the very first episode of Dino StamatopoulosMoral Orel, 11-year-old Orel Puppington resolves to bring the dead back to life by reading from the Necronomicon because of his sincere and naive belief that the deceased are “rejecting” Orel’s God’s greatest gift: life. Terrifying as it is when zombies start rising…

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Source: io9 – Let Moral Orel’s Halloween Episode Remind You That People Are the Scariest Thing of All

Give a Chaotic First Listen to Amazon's Wheel of Time Series

Like so many other series in production, Amazon’s The Wheel of Time was brought to a halt by the onset of the covid-19 pandemic. At this point, it doesn’t seem at all likely it’ll launch in 2020 the way it was originally meant to. That being said, The Wheel of Time’s team wants people to know that things are actually…

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Source: io9 – Give a Chaotic First Listen to Amazon’s Wheel of Time Series

Tim Curry's Gloriously Bad Halloween Song From The Worst Witch: A Scholarly Analysis

As Halloween approaches, it is paramount that we all take a moment to remember—or discover—Tim Curry’s “Halloween Song” from The Worst Witch. Since HBO aired its extremely low-budget, TV movie adaptation of Jill Murphy’s children’s books in 1986, it has remained one of the most wonderful, terrible, bizarre videos of…

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Source: io9 – Tim Curry’s Gloriously Bad Halloween Song From The Worst Witch: A Scholarly Analysis