If the word coming out of Hollywood this evening is correct, we are about to lose a huge piece of cinematic history. MGM, which boasts one of the best known logos in the entertainment business and a library of some 4,000 films, could be placed on the auction block due to its massive $3.7 billion debt.
Well, it sounds like the new Poltergeist is very close to having itself a new director: House of Sand & Fog helmer Vadim Perelman, or so reports the folks at THR this morning.
Another highly anticipated horror movie has come and gone in theaters this past weekend and while I was really holding out hope Alexandre Aja’s Mirrors (review) would be as good as it looked, I guess I should’ve known better.
A remake of Tobe Hooper's classic ghost story about a suburban family whose youngest daughter is taken to The Other Side and their struggles to get her back to them.
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Poltergeist just cries for a remake, doesn't it? There's no way any of the young kids today can relate to a film without high-def TVs, cellphones and MTV approved actors! Yes, it totally needs an update...