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Maniac Remake Director Haunting Amityville

A director is in talks for the latest Amityville film, Amityville (formerly known as The Amityville Horror: The Lost Tapes), and it's a great one! Look for Amityville to be in theatres on January 2, 2015.

The Amityville Horror: The Lost Tapes Gets a New Title and a Release Date

Get out your calendars, kids! The latest Amityville film, The Amityville Horror: The Lost Tapes, has gotten itself a new title and a new release date! Look for Amityville, as it is now known, to be in theatres on January 2, 2015.

A New Release Date Announced for The Amityville Horror: The Lost Tapes

Get out your calendars, kids! The Weinsteins have set yet another date for the latest Amityville film, The Amityville Horror: The Lost Tapes, and if they don't change their minds, you'll be able to see it in theatres on January 3rd, 2014.

Badass International One-Sheet: Apollo 18

Just a day after the release of a new domestic one-sheet for the upcoming cinéma-vérité style space trip Apollo 18, an international poster has hit the web that blows ours away. Dig it.

Scream for a New Apollo 18 One-Sheet

In Alien we learned that in space no one can hear you scream. Well, the dude on the new one-sheet for the upcoming cinéma-vérité style space trip Apollo 18 is bound and determined to try!

New Theatrical Trailer Debut: Apollo 18

After playing musical chairs with its release date for several months now, a new trailer has finally landed for the cinéma-vérité film Apollo 18, and we have it right here awaiting your judgement! Dig it!

Get Ready to Discover The Amityville Horror: The Lost Tapes

A new film is gearing up that promises to show you an entirely different side of the world's most notorious and controversial paranormal phenomenon - The Amityville Horror. Read on for all the details concerning why it just may be time for you to stock up on Bibles (hey, it couldn't hurt) and nightlights. From the Press Release

Dimension Films Grabs The Greys

The Weinsteins and Dimension Films have pretty much rebounded from the trouble they were in just months ago and as a result the house that Bob and Harvey built has lots of projects headed our way including a new sci-fi thriller entitled The Greys. From the Press Release

Greatest Piranha 3DD Audition EVER

Never mind the recently added Gary Busey! What John Gulager's Piranha 3DD needs is Chicago actor Andy Eninger. One look at his audition reel for the movie and you'll see why. Hell, if it were up to us we'd put this guy in EVERYTHING!

Gary Busey Dives into Piranha 3DD

The enigma that is Gary Busey is one that transcends him becoming a mere apprentice. You cannot fire Gary Busey. Only Gary Busey can fire you. And now the crazy man himself is off to chum the waters in John Gulager's Piranha 3DD. From the Press Release

Cast Announced for Piranha 3DD; Production Officially Starts

Consider the waters officially chummed! We told you a week ago that Piranha 3DD would be started today and lo and behold the official word has come along with the first casting news! Dig in! From the Press Release

Exclusive: Director John Gulager Talks Piranha 3DD in Real 3D and More!

“I can’t tell you anything. We should talk on Good Friday. I think it would be better if we talked on Good Friday,” Piranha 3DD director John Gulager teased us tonight on the phone as we chatted with him regarding the status of the flick, which is set to go before cameras this Monday, April 25.

New Scream Game Has You Killing Teens On Your iPad and iPhone

Oh, happy day! Scream 4 (review here) is in theatres tomorrow, April 15, and after you're done seeing it, you can don the mask and slay some digital victims! Does it get any better? Rarely!

Piranha 3DD Casting Notes Hit the Net

And the Piranha 3DD details keep on coming as casting notes for the upcoming film have appeared online. Warning, though, before you read - there are some minor spoilers to contend with.

Joel Soisson Thickens the Blood in Piranha 3DD

Joel Soisson has been making horror movies for many years now and has exhibited the unique ability to make just about anything he touches a little better than it could have been. His last film, the surprisingly watchable Children of the Corn: Genesis, is a prime example of that. Now Soisson has turned his attention to some soon to be bloodied waters.