Jason Blum

Hellevator season 2 will focus on Seven Deadly Sins: Watch the new teaser

Count your sins and take a ride with EW’s exclusive first-look teaser for season 2 of GSN’s Hellevator.

The return of the genre-bending competition series will deliver the scares that executive producer Jason Blum (Paranormal Activity, The Purge) is known for, combined with returning hosts and horror film icons Jen and Sylvia Soska (American Mary), who will once again add a new floor of fear. The teaser reveals a theme of “Seven Deadly Sins,” where each specially-themed episode is inspired by a true crime story.

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Viral trailer will worm its way into your head — exclusive

The new horror film Viral stars Sofia Black-D’Elia and Analeigh Tipton as teenage sisters whose suburban neighborhood is stricken with a mysterious — and, judging by the movie’s trailer, incredibly unpleasant — parasitic virus.

Directed by two-time Paranormal Activity franchise filmmakers Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman, Viral stars Travis Tope and House of Cards actor Michael Kelly. The film was produced by Sherryl Clark, Matt Kaplan, and Blumhouse boss Jason Blum. 

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What's the best movie to watch at Halloween? We asked Hellevator hosts Jen and Sylvia Soska

How much do filmmaking twins Jen and Sylvia Soska love horror? Well, they crafted 2012’s truly deranged body-horror movie American Mary and are now the hosts of the the horror-themed game show Hellevator, which premieres tonight on GSN at 8 p.m. So, we’re going to go out on a (severed) limb and say that they love it a lot.

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Creator of Hellevator says there will be blood

Elevator to hell, going down! On Wednesday, Game Show Network will debut Hellevator, a new competition from prolific horror producer Jason Blum (Paranormal Activity, Insidious). EW talked to Blum about the show’s origin and what those 20-something contestants can expect while they’re going down. 

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Mark Duplass explains his found-footage horror movie Creep -- exclusive trailer

In the new found-footage horror movie, Creep, Mark Duplass plays a man dying of cancer, and Patrick Brice is a videographer he hires to film his ruminations for his unborn child. Who else is in this film, which was produced by the Duplass brothers and scare-meister Jason Blum? No one, really. Indeed, for its first half, Creep is more interested in tracking the relationship that develops between the two protagonists than in delivering chills. And then? Well, that, folks, would be telling.

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Paranormal Activity director's sci-fi film Area 51 is finally getting released

“What’s up with Area 51?” is a question conspiracy theorists have been asking for years about the Nevada air force facility which, some believe, houses the remains of a crashed alien spacecraft. It is also a question sci-fi and horror fans have been asking for years about the film of the same name.

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