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Fall is nearly here and as we slowly slide into Halloween season, you may as well start on your horror binge. Amazon Prime picked up a few good horror films including The Amityville Horror, Pumpkinhead and Jigsaw. Or, if you'd prefer to watch something a little less scary, there's Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters II. A few classics are popping up this month, including Chinatown and Blazing Saddles. Though if you're like me and would rather watch some fun, terrible movies on Prime, we have you covered. King Lear, starring Anthony Hopkins and Emma Thompson, will also drop this month, though the date hasn't been announced yet. Check out the full list below:Available on Amazon Prime, September 2018September TBDKing Lear, Season 1 (Prime Original series)September 1Asylum, Season 1The Blue Rose, Season 1The Broker's Man, Seasons 1-2The Field of Blood, Seasons 1-2Golden, Season 1The Kevin Bishop Show, Season 2London Irish, Season 1The Palace, Season 1Parents, Season 1Rocket's … [Read more...] about New movies and shows coming to Amazon in September
Produced by Jonathan Leach and Paul LaRosa On June 10, 2008, Army nurse Holley James Wimunc did not show up for work at the maternity ward she worked in at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Friends rushed to her apartment where they found the remnants of a fire, but no sign of Holley. The crime scene was ominous: knives were missing from the kitchen and a section of carpet in her bedroom had been cut out and removed. Complete coverage: "48 Hours: NCIS" The investigation by NCIS would uncover a maze of evidence that included a jealous ex-girlfriend who had resurfaced; a lying but loyal Marine willing to help a wartime buddy; and a husband with a history of domestic violence. But why would any of them want a beloved nurse dead? Special Agent J.C. Hawks: My name is J.C. Hawks. I'm a retired Marine gunnery sergeant and a former Marine special agent with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. Special Agent J.C. Hawks: I was assigned to a missing person investigation to locate … [Read more...] about Did an Army nurse fall prey to a serial killer targeting military women?
caption “Get Out” (2017) source Universal The horror movie genre has seen a surplus of fresh talent in recent years, including newcomer Ari Aster, whose chilling feature directorial debut “Hereditary” is in theaters now. And with that talent has come a bevy of future classics in the genre, including “Hereditary,” “The Babadook,” and “Get Out.” The genre has produced hit after hit, even if you only look at this year and last. “Get Out” scored $255 million worldwide on a $4 million budget and won an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay. “It,” based on the Stephen King novel, blew away expectations and pulled in over $700 million worldwide. This year, John Krasinski’s “A Quiet Place” has made over $326 million globally with a $17 million budget, according to Box Office Mojo. It’s no wonder that studios are recruiting horror directors for blockbusters. … [Read more...] about The 13 best horror movie directors working today who terrify us over and over again
It’s only April, but the summer box office is already heating up. Here’s 36 movies to look forward to before September With “Avengers: Infinity War” crashing into theaters this weekend, the summer box office bonanza is officially in full swing. Summer doesn’t formally arrive until June 21, and with the way our seasons have been acting, it’s anyone’s guess as to when it will actually feel like summer. But at the movies, it’s blockbuster season, and summer 2018 is stockpiled with enough sequels, effects extravaganzas and popcorn thrillers to beat the heat, or whatever type of weather Michigan decides to throw our way. Since “Avengers” is already showing around the clock in your local multiplex, here are the 36 other movies we’re most looking forward to most this summer, in order of anticipation (The dates, as always, are subject to change). 1. “Deadpool 2” (May 18): Ryan Reynolds returns as the snarky superhero … [Read more...] about Summer ’18 preview: Superheroes, sequels and ‘Solo’