Honey Buzz ~ All Re-Made Up with Nowhere to Go!

So a film no one asked for and another film half of you had probably never even heard of have been indefinitely delayed by TWC Dimension... Batten down the hatches, there be mockery ahead.

First off, Dimension had gone through the trouble of funding and filming a new Amityville Horror movie that absolutely no one was interested in, titled Amityville: The Awakening. Based on the trailer, it appeared to be Amityville light for a generation of teenagers who have no idea that a film about the haunted murder house exists before the Ryan Reynolds remake in 2005. Now, according to Dread Central, Dimension has pulled The Awakening from its planned January 2, 2015 release date and haven't bothered to reschedule it. For ever.

Additionally, they've yanked some movie that James Wan produced called Demonic about ghost hunters and murders and more than likely, dolls and jump scares. That one was supposed to get a December 12 release, but has also been pulled from the schedule indefinitely.

Were any of you actually interested in either of these films? If so, let us know. Because we'd like to sell you a time share in Boca.

This isn't... the Amityville... poster? No? Ok.

Honey Gamer Buzz ~ 'Silent Hills' Has a Concept Trailer...

And it's exactly as scary as you'd want a video game made by Guillermo Del Toro and starring Norman Reedus to be! Co-created by Hideo Kojima of Metal Gear Solid, Silent Hills is a long way off, but you can get a peek at what we have to look forward to below!

Saturday Morning Creepy Cartoon - 'Hell's Bells'

Nothing says "this is for children" like a spine cello.

There are two explanations for the cartoons that came out of Disney before 1950: 1) the people at Disney actually hated children or 2) society wasn't as concerned with coddling children back then and thought they should learn about how terrifying life was right out of the womb. Some combination of the two probably explains this week's Saturday Morning Creepy Cartoon, Hell's Bells (1929).

Honey Sci-Fi Buzz ~ Own a Piece of Ray Bradbury's History!

Ray Bradbury may have been one of the most prolific sci-fi authors in history, but he was a collector of things that made him happy, just like anyone else. And as if evidence by an auction taking place featuring some of his most prized collections, science fiction wasn't the only thing that Bradbury enjoyed...

He was a total Disney freak...

Sci-Friday Jam - 'Flagpole Sitta'

Been around the world and found
That only stupid people are breeding
The cretins cloning and feeding
And I don't even own a TV
Put me in the hospital for nerves
And then they had to commit me
You told them all I was crazy
They cut off my legs, now I'm an amputee, god damn you
I'm not sick but I'm not well
And I'm so hot 'cause I'm in Hell

Disturbing Behavior, the Stepford-high school student film from 1998, is kind of... meh. It doesn't really hold up with time and that's mostly because it's distinctly late 90s. However, there is no question that this movie maintains a bit of nostalgia for those of us who were starting high school the year it came out. It was loaded with crush-worthy eye candy (HELLO Honey-fav Ethan Embry!) and who couldn't relate with that feeling of being less-than-perfect in a world full of cookie-cutter sameness? But, the one element of this movie that will always be amazing is the alt-rock soundtrack. Specifically, Harvey Danger's "Flagpole Sitta," an anthem of outsiderness that blasted through a pivotal film moment of rebellion. I'm not going to lie. To this day, when that song comes on the radio, I roll the windows down, turn the volume up, and remember what it was like to be in high school. And terrified of being a pod person. ~RH

Honey Buzz ~ Twisty The Clown is Coming for YOU

Like a bad teenage romance, those amazing bastards at FX have been teasing the crap out of us all summer. With all of the trailers, interviews, set photos, cast announcements...By the time October 8th hits, we're all going to be so ready for Freakshow, it'll be almost embarrassing.

Like that level. Yes. 
To add to this delicious torture, a new poster released yesterday, and now this...two new teasers should have us all packing ourselves off for therapy by the time October hits.

Friday Favorites - Anthology Films!

What could possibly be more awesome than a great horror movie? How about a horror movie made up of MULTIPLE fantastic mini-movies? The anthology horror film has been a staple of the genre for decades, and while there have been more than a few bombs, some of them have become absolute classics. From originals like Dead of Night (1945) to new classics like Three... Extremes (2004), horror anthologies quickly become fan favorites because they usually have a little bit of something for everyone. This week, the Honeys share their all-time favorite horror anthology films with you! Do YOU have a favorite? Do you share a favorite with a Honey? Let us know on Twitter, using #horroranthology!

Honey Buzz ~ Rumors STILL Swirling Over 'Assassin's Creed' Movie...

All we know at the moment about the film version of Assassin's Creed is that the release date has been officially moved to sometime in 2016. Earlier this week, a random Internet gentleman made up a rumor that one Robert Downey Jr. had signed on to play Leonardo Da Vinci, who makes an appearance in Assassins Creed II. The problem there is, unlike normal internet rumors that just bounce around message boards, this one was picked up by a MAJOR gaming website who then reported it as if it were actual news. Cue one giant, simultaneous online:

One by one, sites realized that the original source was, how do you say, less than reliable (cough cough full of shit cough cough), and had to back track. Not only does the Da Vinci game timeline not synch up with the planned storyline for the Assassin's Creed film, I think we all know that RDJ has his hands a little fucking full over the next two years. So if he DID sign on for even a small role in a film, it would be massive news.

So again, what DO we know about this movie that is officially two years off?