Based on the classic New York Times outstanding book, the enchanting adventure is a perfect entry point into the fantasy/horror genre for younger children, with a spellbinding story full of laughs, lessons, and just enough frights to keep thing fun.
But don’t take our word for it; here’s the director himself, master of suspense Eli Roth, with a message explaining why his first family film is a perfect creepy kids’ caper in the tradition of Gremlins.
Want to see what it’s all about? Check out the bonus features here for a free 10-minute preview so you can see what tricks and treats are in store for you and your family.
Want to fill your spooktacular movie night with even more fun? Our The House With a Clock in Its Walls trivia activity sheet let’s you and your young ones play along with tricky trivia straight from the movie. Click below to download the pdf, and check back here on 12/6 for the answers.
Make some room on your prize shelf and stretch out your tweeting fingers, because #VuduViewingParty is back with bigger stunts, awesomer prizes, and double – nay, triple – the impossibility courtesy of Mission: Impossible – Fallout.
Sync up with our worldwide network of sleeper agents (AKA Vudu fans) for a globe-trotting, terrorist-punching, motorcycle-exploding good time.
We’ve got some truly spy-worthy prizes up for grabs this time around, from M:I branded merch to a signed poster and even actual movie props from the set, and getting access couldn’t be easier:
We’re giving you one more chance to collect one of four of these exclusiveSan Diego Comic-Con Pops as your trophy (no spine ripping required).
But this time, you’re going to have to use your highly honed thermal-vision to win this coveted curly-topped version of The Predator to your collection.
Between now and Tuesday 12/11, we’re hiding three pieces of a secret key phrase inside of otherwise normal posts on this very blog. (Orange you glad you’re a regular reader?)
All you have to do is find the pieces, put them together, and come back on 12/11 to enter the completed phrase for your chance to win. Only the most dedicated trackers will be in it to win it, but that just increases your odds of bagging the prize.
Stay tuned for the first key piece, and happy hunting!
As part of our end of the year festivities, we’ve compiled the best and brightest of this year’s big (and small) screen gems in our definitive 2018 Year In Review collection here. Check out some of the highlights below.
From the genetically-engineered jump-scares of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom to Deadpool 2‘s bloody good time, these are the can’t-miss crowd-pleasers that everyone’s been talking about all year long.
Whether you’re an adult thrill-seeker looking for alien adventure or just want some spooky fun for family movie night, this week’s new releases have you covered.
Mix magic, mayhem, and creepy fun, and you’ll end up with the perfect potion for a scary good time.
The House With a Clock in Its Walls, veteran horror director Eli Roth’s first foray into family fun, is a wild ride full of spells, spectres, and secrets that movie fans young and old can enjoy. Can a wily warlock (Jack Black) and his newly magical nephew uncover the meaning behind their house’s ticking heart? Finding out is guaranteed fun.
The hunt is never truly over. If you thought The Predator was scary before, wait until you see it souped-up, super-powered, and genetically enhanced for 2018. It’s going to take the world’s greatest scientists, military assassins, and a child prodigy or two to take it down, and even that may not be enough.
Bummed you weren’t picked for our Predator Conan Funko Pop! Giveaway? Real hunters never say die, so come back tomorrow for another dangerous game…
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Navigating social media as a busy middle-aged dad is a tall order under normal circumstances, but when your daughter’s life hangs in the balance there’s no alternative but to log on. Searching is going to be easier said than done.
Is The Little Stranger a trick of the mind, a series of unfortunate coincidences, or something far more sinister? For the family whose house it inhabits, discovering the truth too late could be deadly.