Jason Blum reveals that he would love Blumhouse Productions to remake iconic '90s slashers Scream and I Know What You Did Last Summer.
Nothing is known about the project, which reunites the filmmaker with "The Visit" producer Blumhouse Productions.
The actor/comedian will write and direct the horror-thriller for Blumhouse Productions.
So often treated as a punchline, M. Night Shyamalan reminds us with "The Visit" what we enjoyed about his early works like "The Sixth Sense" and "Unbreakable."
Seemingly abandoned last year, the cannibal thriller will make its way into theaters in September, thanks to Blumhouse Productions.
Despite the many red flags, the latest Blumhouse Productions release is a lean, smart and satisfying horror-thriller.
Co-written by "Doctor Strange" director Scott Derrickson, the sequel to his 2012 film resurrects the horror of Bughuul.
The latest installment takes the horror saga back to the very beginning, as a dangerous supernatural entity targets a teenager.
While the premise could've descended into schlock, director David Gelb and star Olivia Wilde help to transform the film into a thriller soaked in enveloping dread and choking tension.
Extant actress Shree Crooks (Extant) has also boarded the horror-thriller, directed by Akiva Goldsman.
The Purge: Anarchy star will reteam with Blumhouse Productions for the supernatural thriller directed by Akiva Goldsman.
Jiro Dreams of Sushi director David Gelb plans to give viewers nightmares with the Olivia Wilde-starring Blumhouse film.
The actor talks with SPINOFF about staying alive in the horror sequel, and weighs in on the future of Crossbones after Captain America: The Winter Soldier.