Stephen King teases his next mind-melting project as a revolutionary scream queen is snubbed by the Oscars

Stephen King teases his next mind-melting project as a revolutionary scream queen is snubbed by the  ...

We Got This Covered has had a great Tuesday, with a slew of delightful goodies begging to be included in today's daily horror roundup. Unsurprisingly, the Academy Awards have snubbed one of 2022's brightest scream queens.

Before you get too excited and start planning your 2023 Oscar watch parties, keep your eyes on today's roundup as we take a look at the latest spookyland news.

To the surprise of no one, the Oscars continue to snubble horror actresses.

The ever-popular horror genre has been ignored by the Academy for decades, often with only a handful of Oscar nominations given to those who carry out these frightening stunts. Now, genre fanatics are in a shambles after one of the brightest young stars in the genre, Mia Goth, failed to receive a much-deserved Oscar nomination for her performance in Ti West's Pearl.

The Clown, by Terrifier, is once again dividing audiences.

Damien Leone's Terrifier franchise has continued to make waves within the horror community — so much so that the series' infamous clown Art the Clown frequently divides viewers in terms of his terrifying nature and whole persona. And while some argued that Art is a mime (especially because he doesn't ever speak), others have argued that he's a Pierrot — which refers to a sad, tragic clown who is denied human understanding and conditions.

Another Stephen King adaptation is on the way, much to the delight of us all.

Stephen King is well-known for his many award-winning novels and short stories that have been adapted into film and television adaptations. The Boogeyman, for example, will be released during the NFL's NFC Championship game this coming weekend.

Tomorrow, Goth stans, bring us a fresh-faced horror roundup.