THE HOUSES OCTOBER BUILT 2 presents America’s Scariest Haunted Houses!

On behalf of RLJE Films we are pleased to share a map of America’s Scariest Haunted Houses presented by THE HOUSES OCTOBER BUILT 2 which will be in theaters and available On Demand / Digital HD September 22, 2017.

The map pinpoints some of the country’s scariest and most haunted places including haunted attractions featured in the film!

SYNOPSIS: Recovering from the trauma of being kidnapped last Halloween by the Blue Skeleton – a group who take “extreme haunt” to another level – five friends decide they must face their fears in order to move on. Heading back out on the road to visit more haunted house attractions, signs of the Blue Skeleton start appearing again and a new terror begins…

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Wonder Woman in the Sky!

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and Intel celebrated the home entertainment release of Wonder Woman with an electronic illuminated art show powered by 300 Intel drones showcasing imagery related to the box office blockbuster. With the Los Angeles skyline acting as a backdrop, the Intel drones performed a dazzling futuristic light show in choreographed formation in the night sky set to a live performance by celebrated cellist, Tina Guo.

Patty Jenkins, Chuck Roven, Richard Suckle, Eugene Brave Rock, Jessie Graff and more were in attendance.

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Review – Mother (2017)

by Old King Clancy

This is going be a difficult film to talk about without spoilers, so if I let anything slip, I apologize in advance. Truthfully though you should have already seen Mother! before reading this review because it’s a film worth knowing as little about it as possible before going in. That way you can hate it on your own terms because trust me, this will piss a LOT of people off! But if you’re into weird, creepy stuff like me, you might love it.

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Review – IT (2017)

by Kevin Muller

Many people don’t know, but the number 27 and the release of the new film, “IT”, go hand in hand. In the novel, Pennywise, the murderous clown, emerges every 27 years. Secondly, it has been 27 years since the television adaptation of the novel where Tim Curry played Pennywise was released. Finally, the new Pennywise, played by Bill Skarsgard, is 27 as the new film drops. All these are interesting and cool coincidences, but does the new adaptation of the famous Stephen King novel succeed? It has advantages that the television movie didn’t have: production value, gore, and the ability for the characters to talk like real thirteen year olds, who drop swear words like they are going out of style.

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