Our enthusiasm for the upcoming Halloween haunt season just spiked a bit more with the announcement that director Marcus Dunstan and Fortress Features have teamed with Las Vegas' Fright Dome to deliver attractions based on Dunstan's grisly flicks The Collector and The Collection.
Ah, the Hellraiser franchise. What has become of thee? We've gone from movies barely featuring Pinhead to movies with replacement Pinhead's played by other characters to remake talk to TV series talk and now back to the remake well. Sigh.
While I remain convinced that the now defunct Hellraiser remake with director Patrick Lussier and writer Todd Farmer would've been a good thing for the series (those guys are always attempting to tackle a remake differently, rather than retread familiar territory), I'm not so sure I can say the same for these Cenobite designs.
Never let it be said that we don't willingly take bullets for you guys. Even though we know something is going to be abysmal, we go in open-minded, white-knuckle grab onto our seats, and brace ourselves for whatever may come.
“As of Friday, February 25th, principal photography wrapped on The Collection,” co-writer (with director Marcus Dunstan) Patrick Melton told Dread exclusively today of their sequel to Liddell Entertainment’s 2009 horror flick The Collector.
With director Marcus Dunstan’s The Collection currently shooting in Georgia, we caught up this morning with Patrick Melton, the man who along with Dunstan co-scripted the upcoming sequel to their 2009 flick The Collector as well as several other notable horror films (the Feast franchise and Saw IV-VII as well as the currently in pre-production Piranha 3DD).
Similar to what's going on with Children of the Corn: The Dweller, word just broke that the next chapter in the Hellraiser franchise, Hellraiser: Revelations, is undergoing some reshoots of its own.
Ever since Doug Bradley announced he would not be donning the Pins once again in this latest Hellraiser sequel, the fanbase has been on fire with questions, disdain, and speculation. So which demons to some, angels to others will we be seeing in the new flick? An answer has come.
While we're all still pretty shellshocked over the fact that Doug Bradley will not be back to play Pinhead in the latest flick in the Hellraiser franchise, Hellraiser: Revelations, the flick is still forging ahead and building its ca
The next film in the Hellraiser franchise is moving along at a breakneck pace. So far we know that "La Femme Nikita"'s Peta Wilson has already signed on to the cast and that Doug Bradley will not be back as Pinhead.
There's been talk of a Hellraiser remake for several years now, and throughout that time many different names had been associated with it. Unfortunately (or fortunately depending on how you're looking at it) things never worked out and the project laid dormant. Yet, now a new standalone film is apparently on its way.
Oh, man, this is just sad. Gary Tunnicliffe is one of the best FX guys in the business. If anyone’s going to take on a new Pinhead design, I’d be happy with what he could come up with, especially since he worked on the design for the last few direct-to-DVD entries. Even though his phone never rang when Dimension started planning their Hellraiser remake, that didn’t stop him from trying!
So, what will Lionsgate's remake of My Bloody Valentine be about? We got in the lengthy synopsis today!
Some people out there have been lukewarm about the upcoming 3D My Bloody Valentine remake. Me? I'm ready for some gore in the third dimension! And now there's a whole new reason to get at least somewhat excited!