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Horrific Recap of October 10 - 16, 2021

Updated: Jun 2, 2022

Welcome back to Horror Junket folks! It's the start of another beautiful week in October and another day closer to the spookiest holiday of them all...Halloween. I won't waste too much of your time so lets jump right on into it, some of the horror that occurred last week. Go ahead and grab your fright pillow and lets go for another Horrific Recap!


October 10 - Sunday

Those behind the latest entry in the Scream franchise took to Twitter to give fans their first look at the film's new poster.

Similar in look to posters from past Scream films, this new poster features Ghostface with his/her weapon of choice, a knife raised and ready to stab. "It's always someone you know," is the tagline the film is going with and given the past history from the Scream franchise, it is a pretty spot on tagline.

Scream fans will continue to contain their excitement for the fifth film in the series, on its way early next year. Starring Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, David Arquette, Marley Shelton, Jack Quaid and Melissa Barrera, Scream will release to theaters on January 14, 2022.


October 11 - Monday

The construction on 1313 Mockingbird Lane is finished according to Rob Zombie, who took to his Instagram page to let fans and followers know that The Munsters is well on its way in its production.

It was a joy to watch such an icon house being built from the ground up. Starting with location scouting in Budapest and then its absolutely amazing finish, I can honestly say that the upcoming Munster's film is in very good hands with director Rob Zombie.

I can't wait to see who Rob Zombie picks to play The Munster family! He's doing amazing so far.


October 12 - Tuesday

Scream fans got a poster reveal on Sunday which means that it should come as no surprise to anyone, that a trailer in now available for your viewing pleasure.

Sidney Prescott, along with Dewey, Gale and Marley Shelton return for round five of Ghostface's latest, murderous antics and to once again face the horrors of Sidney's past. Directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, Scream will be available in theater next year on January 14.


October 13 - Wednesday