Now that Valentine’s Day has passed, this writer must ask: How many of you horror fans celebrated by watching My Bloody Valentine 3D, the wickedly fun 2009 remake of the 80s slasher classic?
We've been hearing rumors surrounding the latest installment of the Halloween franchise since early last week, and now it seems as if there could be something concrete to report upon. And no, this is NOT an April Fool's joke.
Well, we can't say that we didn't know it was coming ... the long talked about 3D entry in the Halloween franchise, Halloween 3D, has been bumped from this year's release schedule.
Once again "sort of" updates on two high profiles genre flicks, Patrick Lussier and Todd Farmer's remake of Hellraiser and of course Halloween 3D, have surfaced online; and even though there's not much in the way of news, we have the latest for you right here.
Even though it remains a long way off (and most likely subject to change), the Weinsteins have picked release dates for two franchises in their horror catalogue, Halloween 3D and Scary Movie 5. So when can you expect the flicks? Read on for the skinny!
You know what drives us crazy sometimes? Reporting news. Not that we mind doing it; in fact, we love it. It's just that weeding through all of the bullshit to bring you guys the truth is sometimes a herculean task. Case in point: Halloween 3D.
Dread hit the red carpet last night for the premiere of director and co-writer (with Todd Farmer) Patrick Lussier’s Drive Angry 3D last night at the Arclight in Hollywood, CA, and while we spoke extensively with the two regarding that film (see our coverage here), we also chatted a bit about the status of the other genre projects they are
We announced way back in September of 2009 that the Weinsteins had picked Patrick Lussier to direct the third chapter in the Halloween universe created by Rob Zombie, called tentatively, Halloween 3D.
Last month we heard from Tom Atkins about his possible role in Halloween 3D had Dimension Films proceeded with the script written by Patrick Lussier and Todd Farmer, and now Lussier himself has chimed in with a few more details on the project.
While Rob Zombie's take on the Halloween films left the fanbase pretty much divided over the liberties and direction he took with the franchise, there's one thing for certain ... he will not be returning for a third film. But ... someone is!
Ever since news broke of Todd Farmer and Patrick Lussier reteaming to bring us Halloween 3D, we've been hoping and praying that the film gets made because we believe this duo have the chops to get the Halloween franchise back on the track that it needs to be on.
I love the Internet! Where else can you find interviews with celebrities that make you question your own sanity? DC reader Joey M. sent us in a link to a video on YouTube featuring Rob Zombie's Halloween and Halloween 2 star and new Laurie Strode, Scout Taylor-Compton, discussing whether or not she'll be back for Halloween 3D.
Back in September everybody got pretty excited when they learned The Weinstein Co.'s Halloween 3D was being placed in the very able hands of the team who scored major points with their My Bloody Valentine 3D reboot: director Patrick Lussier and screenwriter Todd Farmer. Then things got quiet ... very quiet. We now know why.
While Halloween 3D is currently sitting on the backburner, production is imminent under the guise of Patrick Lussier. He’s got some other projects to tackle before cleansing Haddonfield of its unfortunately while trash palette, but that hasn’t stopped Lussier from lining up his ranks, beginning with a familiar face for the FX work.
As fast as things were cooking is as fast as they've slowed down. Well, shut down temporarily at least. Production on Halloween 3D has ceased, but not to worry ... it's for a few good reasons.