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Horror, Sci-fi, Thriller

Release Date:

January 13, 2023


Gerald Johnstone


Allison Williams, Violet McGraw, Ronny Chieng

Plot Summary:

A robotics engineer at a toy company builds a life-like doll that begins to take on a life of its own.


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Alien: Covenant

Cailee Spaeny Circling Newest Installment in ‘Alien’ Film Franchise



 Fox has continued their Alien franchise since its inception in the 1970s. The first film was groundbreaking for its gritty sci-fi horror themes creating one of the best heroines on screen with Sigourney Weaver’s Ripley and it appears they may be trying to reinvent the wheel once again with the rumored choice to lead the next franchise installment.

According to multiple outlets, Cailee Spaeny is in talks with 20th Century to join the Alien franchise leading its latest set to be directed by Don’t Breathe director, Fede Alvarez. Though there are not many details coming with this scoop, we do know that the franchise will likely continue its trend of having the iconic creature known as the Xenomorphs attacking whatever humans they encounter, this time set to be led by Spaeny. The studio is hoping to wrap up its deal with the actress as soon as possible as they would like to have cameras rolling by early 2023.

Spaeny was recently seen in HBO’s Mare of Easttown but has two high-profile movies she’s working on currently. The first being cast as Priscilla Presley for Sofia Coppola’s upcoming romance movie aptly titled, Priscilla, which follows the relationship of the King of Rock and Roll and his wife. Spaeny will be joined by Euphoria star, Jacob Elordi who will portray Elvis. Additionally, she will star in Civil War, the latest from Alex Garland alongside Kirsten Dunst and Wagner Moura. 

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‘A Quiet Place: Day One’ Adds ‘Stranger Things’ Breakout Star Joseph Quinn



 Joseph Quinn’s new character, Eddie Munson within Stranger Things Season 4 was beloved by fans everywhere making Quinn’s star rise. Now, after months of anticipation, fans can see Quinn joining another popular horror-based franchise. 

According to a report from Deadline, Joseph Quinn is set to join the cast of A Quiet Place: Day One, a spinoff film of A Quiet Place developed by John Krasinski. Quinn will co-star in the movie alongside Lupita Nyong’o who was just recently added to the movie set to be directed by Michael Sarnoski.

Stranger Things Season 4 was one of my favorite seasons of television all year long and in recent memory. Part of the reason for that was the familiar favorites that have been with the Netflix original for past seasons, but Quinn’s Eddie Munson was a welcome addition and added an element that the show was missing. Despite the acting talents throughout the show, not all of the stars have taken off in the same way that Quinn has despite only appearing in the most recent season. 

 Sarnoski, who previously directed last year’s drama, Pig starring Nicolas Cage, signed on to direct A Quiet Place: Day One back in January while Nyong’o has been attached for only a short time entering negotiations in early-November. Nyong’o can be seen in theaters currently reprising her role as Nakia in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

A Quiet Place: Day One, though being an additional installment within the horror franchise, is not a continuation of the previous two films, but rather a spinoff that will probably not see John Krasinski nor Emily Blunt reprise their roles. However, Day One‘s story was written by Krasinski himself and he is developing the third film in the main storyline currently as Paramount is hoping to create their own universe following the rousing success of the first two movies. A Quiet Place: Day One hits theaters on March 8, 2024.

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The Midnight Club



Mike Flanagan returns with his latest horror TV show The Midnight Club, which if you’re a fan of his previous work you’ll be pleased to hear, is centered around a grande house where unusual things begin to happen. 

This series wasn’t publicised too well from Netflix but luckily a few people on Instagram mentioned it was out, so I instantly jumped onto Netflix on it’s day of release. Earlier this year I had a binge of Flanagan’s previous work due to my utter adoration for Midnight Mass and ultimately, I was excited to check out his latest series.

The Midnight Club follows a group of terminally ill teenagers who are all put into one house, and during their time there, the group come together at midnight in the library to tell each other haunting stories where they put themselves and their inner conflicts in a thrilling short story.

The Midnight Club meeting together in Episode 4

This series has a lot of Flanagan’s traits from broken family dynamics to haunted houses, you are bound to be happy with the set up of this show.

A lot of the actors within this series are new compared to his recent projects, nevertheless everyone brings a strong performance to this show. Iman Benson, William Chris Sumpter and Ruth Codd absolutely smashed it out of the ball park and deserve their own mention.

Ilonka and Kevin go exploring in the basement of the home

Though this show doesn’t conclude it’s loose ends as well as it could have, the world in which Flanagan is so good at establishing will have you wanting to press next episode quicker than the speed of sound.

I filmed a full review over on my channel which you can check to hear my full thoughts on The Midnight Club.

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