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Trailers, Teasers, Panels, and More from SDCC 2018

Here are some trailers, teasers, and posters from some of the horror movies and shows featured at SDCC 2018! More will be added as information becomes available...


A teen comes into possession of a new laptop and soon discovers that the previous owner is not only watching him, but will also do anything to get it back. Starring: Rebecca Rittenhouse, Betty Gabriel, Stephanie Nogueras, and Colin Woodell Directed and written by: Stephen Susco   Talk about an awkward feeling. Sitting here writing a review about a movie featuring a person being stalked on their laptop, and wondering…is someone watching me write this? Could I be next? Double check if the green light is on! Does that even matter? Well hopefully they agree with what I’m writing! Focus…time to review “Unfriended: Dark Web.”   While not a direct sequel to “ Unfriended ,” this sequel is shot in a similar way. This time the audience is viewing the action from Matias’ (Colin Woodell) computer. Well sort of his computer, as apparently he has gotten his hands on someone else’s computer, and they want it back. He opens some familiar sites like Facebook, FaceTimes his deaf gir


After the rise of a third political party, the New Founding Fathers of America, an experiment is conducted, no laws for 12 hours on Staten Island. No one must stay during the experiment yet there is $5,000 for anyone who does. Starring: Y’lan Noel, Scott Davis, and Joivan Wade Directed by: Gerard McMurray Written by: James DeMonaco   Between “The Purge” and “ The Purge: Anarchy ,” it always seemed like the movies should have been switched. Anarchy gives audiences more details about the Purge, which would have been nice to know in the original movie. “The Purge” has always seemed more like just another home invasion movie because audiences didn’t truly grasp what the Purge was. Now “The First Purge” changes that thinking, and gives this franchise a proper starting place, even though audiences have to watch them out of order.   So how does the Purge begin? The government is changing, and times are rough in the United States. This allows a new party to come in and