There's been talk of an Escape from New York remake for years, and the project is now languishing in development hell. Something tells us it won't be there for very long. In any event, Snake Plissken himself, Kurt Russell, offered up his take on the possible remake and more to IGN!
John Carpenter and Kurt Russell brought Snake Plissken back to the big screen 15 years after he escaped from New York. This time, earthquake-ravaged Los Angeles was the geographic prison he had to infiltrate and escape from. The results were a mixed bag at best, but the theme song by White Zombie was definitely “The One.”
Lots of footage has come out that was unused from the premake of John Carpenter's The Thing, but what you may not know is that the original 1981 film could have ended up a lot different as well. Read on for details.
More distro news is coming out of Cannes as Magnolia Pictures had acquired U.S. rights to S. Craig Zahler's Western Bone Tomahawk, which will be fully financed by 2929 Entertainment. Read on for details.
During the recent AFI at the Movies event at the Arclight in Hollywood, Kurt Russell was on hand to introduce the 1982 John Carpenter classic The Thing. Before the start of the flick Russell reminisced about his time on set and more. Check it out!
We've been a fan of actor Timothy Olyphant for years now, from Scream 2 to Go to "Deadwood" to "Justified," and now we're looking forward to seeing what he brings to the horror-western-cannibal tale Bone Tomahawk.
If there's a person on this planet who doesn't like Kurt Russell, I don't want to know them. But it's been far too long since we've seen the actor sink his teeth into a truly memorable role, which makes this little nugget all the more wonderful. Read on, as I'm fairly certain you'll agree.
So you're stoked for the prequel to The Thing, which comes out on October 14. Of course you are; who wouldn't be? Another tango with a hideous intergalactic horror…Hell yeah, I'm in. But to make the dish even sweeter, Creature Features has the perfect appetizer for those of you in the Hollywood area.
Awwwww man, and it sounded SO good, too! So it appears that the ill-advised Escape From New York remake has hit yet another snag on the road to development. I know this doesn't mean it won't happen, but I'll gladly postpone the inevitably unnecessary reinvention of Snake for as long as humanly possible.
If The Expendables proved anything, it's that yesterday's action stars still have no problem kicking a copious amount of ass today. That being said, we're pretty excited for Kurt Russell's new flick Undying, and we have the plot details and early teaser art for you to dig on!
It was only a couple of days ago that we told you about the new supernatural thriller on the way starring genre rock star Kurt Russell, Undying. The flick now has a director at the helm, and we've got the skinny for ya!
Say what you want about the movie Death Proof. If it did anything at all, it reminded us of just how much of a badass actor Kurt Russell can be and how lucky we are that he stays working within our genre. Speaking of which ...
You know what really makes a man? A beard. Beards have been featured in films throughout the history of cinema, some great, some good, and some not so great or good. But over the years a few beards have stood the test of time and deserve a little attention. So without further ado ... The Buz presents: THE TOP TEN LIST OF THE GREATEST BEARDS IN HORROR HISTORY