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Horrific Recap of July 18 - July 24, 2021

Updated: Jun 2, 2022

Hey there, horror fans and welcome back to Horror Junket! It's really good to see you again and as always, thank you for dropping by because I'm excited to get last week's horror news to you, so, if you haven't done so already, go ahead and grab your pillow tight—a little tighter now, because things are about to get spooky as we recap some of last week's spookiest horror news.


Sunday - July 18

I Know What You Need, a short film in the works by Julia Marchese, adds more crew to the project.

Marchese will direct the upcoming short film, based off Stephen King's short story, first published in Cosmopolitan in September of 1976. The film will tell the twisted tale of love between Elizabeth and Ed, a kind of love that is not at all what it seems.

Bolen Miller and Brooklyn Wilde join I Know What You Need, Miller as first assistant director, and Wilde as production manager.

Alex Simon will bring his camera knowledge to I Know What You Need, as the film's cinematographer, joining fellow crewmembers Ethan Brookins, Louise Nessralla, Sam Krueger, Mark Pauley, Joshua F. Leonard, Cameron Pfeltz, Erin Bontempo, Samantha Nazzaro, Toni B. Elliot, and Jynnifer MacComber.

Working behind the scenes, Muskan Verma, Jamie DiCicco, David Jester and Leigh Doran will also be of help to I Know What You Need when filming begins next Sunday, July 25 in Bangor, Maine.

Old is the next film by director M. Night Shyamalan and it comes to theaters later this week on Friday.

Based on the graphic novel Sandcastle written by Frederick Peeters and Pierre-Oscar Lévy, Old will tell the thrilling tale of a family on vacation. Sandy beaches and blue water provide what should be fun in the sun but things turn puzzling when time, and its passing, is not what it seems.

Starring Gael García Bernal, Rufus Sewell, Vicky Krieps and Thomasin McKenzie, Old will be available to watch in theaters this coming Friday, July 23.


Monday - July 19