Two More From Dark Castle

Dark Castle plans for two moreIf you’re like most horror fans, I’m sure the first thing you said when you finished watching “>Return to House on Haunted Hill was “goddamn, we need another one of these!” Well fear not, for Dark Castle has heard your cries!

STYD got word that Dark Castle have plans for yet another return to the Haunted Hill franchise, as well as a brand-new film called All Cheerleaders Die, no relation to the early Lucky McKee/Chris Sivertson film of the same name.

Details about both are unknown, but it’s possible that the new Haunted Hill may be a prequel, which has been discussed before. The site further learned that Dark Castle will only be working possible sequels to film developed through Warner Bros, so there’s a chance we’ll see another House of Wax or Ghost Ship in the near future.

Upcoming Dark Castle releases include Dominic Sena’s “>Whiteout, which hits on April 24th, 2009, and Dave Parker’s “>The Hills Run Red, which may see release this year. Keep it here for more updates!

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  • Dr Malachi Constant

    13 Ghosts is a guilty pleasure of mine, as well. Although, the rest of their films can go screw.

  • Hunter1006

    Valid point, I guess. GHOST SHIP and THIR13EN GHOSTS happen to be guilty pleasures of mine, though.

  • Hunter1006

    What about a THIR13EN GHOSTS prequel? I think if we got elaborate backstories to each of the titular ghosts, Dark Castle could make a very promising comeback.

    • Sirand

      A comeback to what?

  • Avid Fan

    They should stick to the idea that Dark Castle is a re-imiagining of William Castle movies. They did 13 Ghosts but only in title, the film looked nice but was a total mess. Same with House on Haunted Hill(s), no mood or suprise. Dark Castle need to find a good director/photographer team to bring in the style and mood of W. Castle Classics with out all the over the top everything all the time. A subtle film like The Night Walker would be a great re-do but only if they could keep the suspense and mood intact with a solid female role.