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Set Visit: The Crazies

It's a quiet Midwest town like any other. Every inhabitant knows the business of everyone else, and most have known each other all their lives. Now something has come. The 2nd grade school teacher stops in mid-sentence and eyes up the flagpole, thinking it a good idea to impale his students on it.

First Image from The Crazies

Overture Films has released the very first image from Breck Eisner's remake of the George Romero classic The Crazies, and we have it for you hot and fresh out of the old loony bin!

Win a Walk-on In The Crazies

So how much would you give to get yourself a spot in the remake of George A. Romero's classic film The Crazies? Better yet -- how much would you give to charity?

Crazy Talk: Eisner, Panabaker, and Mitchell Talk Other Projects

Nomad checked in from newfound horror hot spot Georgia with some interviews conducted on the set of The Crazies. Mind you, we can't talk about that film yet, but director Breck Eisner and stars Radha Mitchell and Danielle Panabaker did chime in on some other horror related subjects.

Crazies Casting News

New casting news has just come in concerning Breck Eisner's remake of the George A. Romero classic The Crazies, which is slated to begin principal photography March 5 in Georgia.

Crazies Remake Poster!

Yeah, now this I like. Simple, stark, to the point; this afternoon the beasts at Bloody Disgusting got their hands on the first poster for the upcoming remake of George A. Romero’s The Crazies. Hit the sample below to see the whole thing.

Radha Mitchell to Fend Off The Crazies

Radha Mitchell. How we love us some Radha Mitchell. STYD got word today that the Australian actress will be joining Timothy Olyphant on Breck Eisner's upcoming remake of the George A. Romero classic The Crazies.

Eisner Not a Lock for Creature Remake?

Some interesting news broke today regarding Universal's pending remake of the Fifties classic The Creature from the Black Lagoon. For months now we've been hearing (and dreading) the choice of Breck Eisner as director for the film, but in a recent interview it seems like we all may be in luck!

Olyphant Signs for Crazies

This morning THR is reporting that Hitman star Timothy Olyphant has signed up to play the town sheriff in the upcoming reimagining of George Romero’s The Crazies from director Breck Eisner.

Overture Preps Crazies Remake

Though it’s not really news, as we’ve mentioned this more than once before, Variety reports this morning that Overture Films is finally moving forward on the long-gestating remake of George Romero’s The Crazies with Sahara helmer Breck Eisner still seated firmly in the director’s chair.

Fear Itself: The Sacrifice (2008)

Reviewed by Johnny Butane Starring Jeffrey Pierce, Rachel Miner, Jesse Plemons, Mircea Monroe Directed by Breck Eisner

Exclusive Fear Itself Clip With Director Intro!

For those of you looking forward to the Fear Itself debut on Thursday, June 6th, which had damn well better be everyone out there, we got our hands on something very cool today: a clip from the first episode, “The Sacrifice”, with an intro by director Breck Eisner! Check it out below and be sure to hit the official Fear Itself site for more goodies!

Fear Itself Episode Order & Site Launch!

NBC has finally opened an official site for Fear Itself, the upcoming anthology series that debuts on June 5th. And I have to say it’s about damn time! In addition, they’ve also announced the order in which the first few episodes will air, and sadly it won’t be starting off with Stuart Gordon’s “Eater” as we had been told before. Here’s what to look forward to;

Creature From the Black Lagoon Update!

Though I guess it’s good to know things are moving along for the Creature From the Black Lagoon remake, which has been in various stages of pre-production for three years now, I can’t help but keep thinking about the Creature script I reviewed a while back and doing nothing but dreading it.

Full Fear Itself Episode Lineup!

I gotta be honest; I lost a lot of interest in the NBC Fear Itself series when I learned Mick Garris was no longer involved. The concept was his to begin with, and even though the results in both seasons of Masters of Horror were questionable, there was still an indie feel to them that I had to respect.