I’m surprised it took this long for a show like this to get on the air. With all the shitty reality shows out there, exploiting every degrading aspect of what it means to be human, one would’ve expected something like “Scream Queens” to have been done a long time ago.
I am not really sure if Lionsgate is trying to derail one of their own films or what, but Midnight Meat Train (review) has been jerked around more times than I can count.
So, what will Lionsgate's remake of My Bloody Valentine be about? We got in the lengthy synopsis today!
I can’t deny that I’m pretty excited to see what first-time director David Hackl does with his first entry in the Saw series, Saw V. I really enjoyed the fourth one a lot more than the rest, and I hope that's an indication of a series upswing.
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!
Lionsgate let us know today that it has once again decided to move the theatrical release date for Clive Barker's Midnight Meat Train (review). So, do you want the good news or the bad news?
Hey, you Jigsaw fanatics! More details about your favorite October franchise have arisen, and we have your news nice, hot, and sticky!
First, let's get to the casting news. Shoot Em Up's Greg Bryk has been picked up for the fourth sequel of the Saw series along with Laura Gordon (Piranha) and Carlo Rota ("24"). Today Lionsgate let loose a small, but far more in depth synopsis for Saw V. In depth? Well, compared to the very vague character descriptions we've seen over the past few months...
Lots of news names have been added to Patrick Lussier’s upcoming 3-D remake of the 80’s “classic”, My Bloody Valentine, and I gotta say that, if nothing else, the cast isn’t looking too bad...
Though it sounds more like a psychosocial headfuck than solid horror, its still worth mentioning that Lionsgate has picked up the rights to Deal With the Devil, the Allias Entertainment comic written by Mike S. Miller according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Starring Bradley Cooper, Vinnie Jones, Leslie Bibb, Brooke Shields Directed by Ryuhei Kitamura