Blumhouse Productions and eOne’s Sinister 2, the sequel to the 2012 sleeper hit horror movie Sinister, begins production next week in Chicago; and we finally have some casting news.
The first official one-sheet is here for the Spike Lee-directed remake of Park Chan-wook’s Korean classic Oldboy, and it's... well... you'll see. In any event it's better than floating heads, right? Look for it in theatres on October 25th.
The Spike Lee-directed remake of Park Chan-wook’s Korean classic Oldboy was originally slated for release on October 11th, but now it has been pushed to October 25th, pitting it directly against Paranormal Activity 5. So tell us... who's getting your box office dollars?
Okay, kids, on tap for you right now is a much better look at the Oldboy CinemaCon poster as well as a nifty new synopsis. Read on for details and eye candy. Then grab a hammer and start nailing people left and right. Preferably a rubber hammer. We don't want anyone getting hurt.
The upcoming CinemaCon show in Vegas has offered a first look at the title treatment for Spike Lee's take on Oldboy starring Josh Brolin. Look for the flick in theatres on October 11, 2013. Will you be there or are you just gonna stick with the Korean classic?
When Sinister was released in October 2012, we had the pleasure of chatting with co-writer C. Robert Cargill and co-writer/director Scott Derrickson about their gut-punch thriller. With the film's home video release this week, we thought it the perfect time to catch up with the duo.
Next week Sinister comes home on Blu-ray and DVD, and to get you primed for the flick, we've landed an exclusive soundbite with star Ethan Hawke discussing horror. Since that's one of our favorite topics, we figured you'd dig it!
When it comes to Sinister (review here) horror fans have either loved or hated it. Now's your chance to to make up your mind for yourself as the flick is getting ready to make its DVD and Blu-ray premiere.
Get out those calendars, kids, because Film District just announced the release date for Spike Lee's take on Oldboy starring Josh Brolin. Look for the flick in theatres on October 11, 2013. Will you be there or are you just gonna stick with the Korean classic?
Some interesting casting news has hit the wire for Spike Lee's take on Oldboy. According to Variety, Nate Parker had to bail on the project due to scheduling conflicts so Spike Lee has turned to a frequent collaborator to replace him in James Ransone (Sinister, "The Wire").
Clips and trailers have a sickening tendency to show too much of a movie before its release. That being said, we IMPLORE YOU... Don't watch the following clip. Watch the new TV spot instead, and save your scares for seeing Sinister on the big screen this weekend.
Sometimes it's hard to be aware of everything that's happening around you. In fact, you never know when evil has its eye on you. Case in point: this new motion image for this weekend's horror bombshell, Sinister. Dig it!
Ever since his feature film debut in 1985, Joe Dante's Explorers, Ethan Hawke has continuously impressed audiences with memorable performances in countless films including Dead Poets Society, White Fang, Training Day, Lord of War and Brooklyn's Finest.
It's a good thing Sinister is coming out soon because with all the clips, TV spots, and motion graphics that have been released so far, we're starting to feel like we've seen the entire film already! Here are three more sneak peeks for you to watch... if you dare!