Claudia's Story, the graphic novel, comes out on November 20. Not a fan of graphic novels, I still plan to pick this up to learn more about the little vampire child character.
The Haunted Mansion seasonal holiday ride at Disneyland opens September 14.
The Dark Shadows DVD and Blu-Ray come out October 2.
On September 21, House at the End of the Street premieres. I wasn't all that excited about it until I got intrigued by the lullaby children's voices on the trailer. Jennifer Lawrence will do an ok job, so I might check this out on a Sunday afternoon.
On September 28, Hotel Transylvania premieres. I am taking my two oldest boys to see this. I don't think it will be all that scary, but my youngest just can't hold still that long. It just looks like a cute comedy, not even really that dark, but nice to see to get us in the mood for autumn and Halloween.
Silent Hill Revelation: 3D, starring Radha Mitchell, Carrie-Anne Moss, and Sean Bean comes out October 26. I'm not a fan of sequels and postquels and post-sequels. But I've always loved Silent Hill movies. They're dark, they're gross, they have incredibly beautiful visuals and ambience, and I end up thinking about them for a couple days after viewing. I'm definitely up for this one.
Vamps, a horror comedy starring Alicia Silverstone, comes out November 2. This looks sooo dumb, yet I always have room in my schedule for something cheesy to see after a couple beers with guy friends. However, this goes straight to DVD a few days later, on November 13. Not a good sign!
For more news, check out this Dread Central article.
Frankenweenie premieres October 5. Tim Burton, we're giving you one more chance.
666 Park Avenue debuts on September 30. "Park Avenue's Most Devilish Address."
Season 3 of The Walking Dead begins October 14. Can't wait to see what happens after they discover the prison!
The Twelve, (sequel to The Passage) comes out October 16.
--Copyright 2012 Carrie Carolin