Distribution has arrived for the updated version of the Aussie chiller Patrick (review), and we have all the initial details right here for you. No psychic transmission needed.
Another one-sheet and a bunch of new imagery for the updated version of the Aussie chiller Patrick (review) have made their way online, and we have all the ocular candy right here for you to ingest!
A new one-sheet for the updated version of the Aussie chiller Patrick has made its way to this crazy little thing we call the Internet, and we have it for you right here. It's pretty nifty, too. Check it out!
After watching this new trailer, we're kind of digging the look and tone of this remake, which looks to be staking a claim in some pretty dark territory. Hard to call it for sure, but we're certainly interested in seeing this updated version of Patrick.
Okay, maybe the headline is a bit misleading, but this dude's mind power is pretty amazing, and given the talent involved in this remake of Richard Franklin’s seminal 1970′s Australian classic chiller, you should be wanting to watch the trailer anyway! Stop being so difficult and click already!
A tiny bit of artwork has hit the interwebs in promotion of the contemporary re-imagining of Richard Franklin’s seminal 1970′s Australian classic chiller Patrick. Check it out, along with a new still, right here.
It's been just over a week since cameras began rolling on the contemporary re-imagining of Richard Franklin’s seminal 1970′s Australian classic chiller Patrick, and to get you geared up for what's coming, we have your first look at star Sharni Vinson.
Bankside Films announced today that shooting is now under way on Patrick, a contemporary re-imagining of Richard Franklin’s seminal 1970′s Australian classic chiller. Filming is taking place in Australia for release in 2013.
The one-sheet for the remake of Richard Franklin's 1978 thriller Patrick has hit the interwebs via our buddies at Twitch, and we have every comatose pixel of it here for your perusal. Dig it!
Good news for those of you looking forward to the remake of the obscure little Aussie film Patrick! Screen Daily reports that Screen Australia is backing FG Film Productions and Rising Sun Pictures' redux, with Bankside Films handling international sales and Umbrella Entertainment distributing in Australia.
For those of us who grew up during the decade of big hair and excess, just the mere sight of the Cannon Films logo is enough to conjure more than a boatload of nostalgia. Thanks to Drafthouse Films said boat is soon to be sailing our way!
We're reasonably sure that not many of you reading this story even remember the psycho little flick that was Richard Franklin's 1978 thriller Patrick. In any event a remake is on its way, and we've got some casting news for you right here.
Mark Hartley's documentary Machete Maidens Unleashed!, the first detailed examination and celebration of Filipino genre filmmaking, got a very warm reception when it played at this year's Fantastic Fest. Was that crazy Canuck Trembles equally impressed? Read on for his take on the film. Synopsis: