About Cameron Bolton
Cameron Bolton is a reporter and critic whose favorite genre is horror. He believes in liking what you like while accepting that others don't have to like the same things. Despite his best efforts, Cameron still struggles with that second part. In addition to his work with MovieWeb, you can read more of Cameron's writing at Streetsblog Chicago and Let's Cee a Movie, a blog he runs in his free time.
No One Will Save You helmer Brian Duffield believes that his new alien movie has a specific place in the cinematic landscape.
Britney Spears movie Crossroads is making a special re-appearance in cinemas just over 20 years after its debut.
A new trailer for V/H/S/85 teases segments from the directors of Hellraiser and The Black Phone.
Celebrating the 90th anniversary of drive-ins, festivities include showings of A Nightmare on Elm Street, Halloween, The Exorcist, and many more.
The Saturday Night Live stars will be joining several returning cast members in the show.
Folllowing the recent public reactions to his and Mila Kunis' previous support of Danny Masterson, Kutcher felt it right to leave his role at Thorn.
James Marsters and several other actors from Buffy the Vampire Slayer will reprise their roles in Slayers: A Buffyverse Story.
Malibu Horror Story is a new found footage film, with inspiration taken from Paranormal Activity and Cloverfield.
Chucky VFX Creator Tony Gardner Shares Anecdote of Trying To Meet Steven Spielberg in Flesh & Blood & Bone Podcast
Tony and Kyra Gardner team up for a new podcast, delving into stories from their work in the industry.
Bonnie Aarons and Taissa Farmiga return in this horror sequel in The Conjuring universe.
The cast of Eli Roth's holiday slasher includes Addison Rae, Patrick Dempsey, Gina Gershon, and Rick Hoffman.
Kaitlyn Dever stars as a young woman whose encounter with aliens sends her to the brink of madness.
The creator of Supernatural thinks that it's important to have a diverse writing staff and prepare the next generation.
Emma Stone and Yorgos Lanthimos reunite for this Frankenstein-type story about womanhood and the human experience.
Late night hosts Stephen Colbert, Seth Meyers, John Oliver, Jimmy Kimmel, and Jimmy Fallon have started a podcast about the Hollywood strikes.
The director opens up about how changes studio made to Suicide Squad broke him.
Jeffrey Combs summons five loyal followers in this new trailer of the Andrew Bowser film.
The Terrifier star produced, co-wrote, and leads this new film that will provide a look at the horror industry and toxic fandom.
The one time Hannibal Lecter plays a man who has to build a colony at the behest of a king in the trailer for The Promised Land.
The screening of Stop Making Sense at the Toronto Film Festival will also have a Q&A moderated by Spike Lee.