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Horrific Recap of April 24 - 30, 2022

Updated: Nov 19, 2022

Welcome back to Horror Junket horror fans, and good thing you did because I have another Horrific Recap for you, that is sure to put some chills in your day. Go on and grab that fright pillow tight--tighter now, as we waste not another second more, by diving head first into some of the horror that occurred last week beginning with...

 

April 24 - Sunday



M. Night Shyamalan was excited to announce on Saturday, that his latest film, Knock at the Cabin, had completed its first week of filming.


The writer/director/producer had nothing but good things to say with how the first week had gone, and he took to his Instagram to say so, along with a photo of the director holding his drink.


“Such intricate performances. One take shook me up so much I had to walk away to collect myself,” says the Sixth Sense director, who appears to be heavily invested in what will be his fifteenth feature film to date.


Fans of M. Night Shyamalan should check up on his Instagram and Twitter every once in a while, where I’m sure he will keep fans up to date on Knock at the Cabin. If not, check back here at Horror Junket.


 

April 25 - Monday



Tomas Boykin has joined the cast of Rob Zombie's The Munsters, stepping into the role of Lily Munsters' werewolf brother Lester. The character of Lester appeared briefly in the 1960's television series, and it will be quite the treat to see what Rob Zombie has in store for the financially irresponsible, werewolf brother.


Like most everyone else that has come aboard the Munsters project, Tomas Boykin has also appeared in one of the director's past films, as Derek Zoom in 3 From Hell. No stranger to the genre of horror either, Boykin's early filmography includes the role of Harrison Dent in 2009's Haunting of Winchester House.


Written and directed by Rob Zombie, The Munsters will also star Jeff Daniel Phillips, Sheri Moon Zombie, Daniel Roebuck and Cassandra Peterson.


 

April 26 - Tuesday



The official poster for Megan has released, and at first look it isn't spooky at all, but the more you stare at it, the more it looks like there might be life behind those doll eyes.


Now it's creeping you out, huh?


Though the plot for Megan seems to be a closely guard secret right now, a brief synopsis on IMDB.com says that Megan will be the story of a hi-tech, very life-like doll, created at a toy company by a robotics engineer named Gemma.


From director Gerard Johnstone and writer Akela Cooper, based on a story by James Wan, Megan will star Allison Williams, Ronny Chieng and the voice of Kimberley Crossman. Produced by well-known powerhouse in the genre of horror, Blumhouse, Megan will more than likely see release sometime next year in 2023.


 

April 26 - Wednesday