With films like Mulberry Street and Stake Land under his belt, Jim Mickle has consistently proven himself to be a filmmaker worth keeping an eye on. He heads into remake territory with We Are What We Are (review), which comes home next year.
Between the foul piece of cinema shit known as Day of the Dead 2: Contagium (still not a word BTW) and Steve Miner's middle-aged white guy trying to be hip remake of Romero's Day of the Dead, we're still debating administering a well placed head shot to ourselves. But, hey, it can't get any worse, right?
I'm not sure how well a remake of Jacob's Ladder would work, given the fact that so much of the experience is reliant on the twist at the end, but that's not stopping Hollywood from having a go at it. They're calling it an homage, rather than a remake, and a director has just been tapped to helm the project.
Hot on the heels of its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson's All Cheerleaders Die (review) - a remake of an unreleased film they made back in 2001 - was recently picked up for US distribution by Image Entertainment.
THR scored the poster premiere for the new flick from Lucky McKee, All Cheerleaders Die, and we have it for you right here... with some really nice rear ends happily included.
We knew that "final" Saw movie wasn't going to be the last by any stretch of the imagination. Let's face it; with Carrie being the only attraction in theatres this past Halloween, there was a pretty big void at the box office. One that only a horror heavyweight can fill.
Our buddies over at Ain't It Cool News scored themselves a peek at the sales trailer for the new flick from Lucky McKee, All Cheerleaders Die, and we have it for you right here minus all the clapping and shouting.
I don't wanna be buried... in a Pet Sematary... but Juan Carlos Fresnadillo sure does as he will be at the helm of the upcoming remake based upon the stony tale of burial grounds, twisted sisters, and the living dead!
The Sleepaway Camp franchise is getting ready to be rebooted, and the man behind it, Jeff Katz, is THE PERFECT person to be helping to make this happen! Read on for the first details!
The Doug Bradley Facebook page has thrown a kink in the recent news from the Clive Barker Facebook page that Barker is writing an upcoming remake of Hellraiser with Bradley back in the lead as the iconic Pinhead. Bradley writes...
Nothing will top Alyssa Milano in Embrace of the Vampire from 1995. For some horror fans (okay, just boys), Milano’s nude scenes in the film were equivalent to Phoebe Cates in Fast Times at Ridgemont High...
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.
It's been a long, and I mean long, time since last we heard anything about director J.T. Petty's take on the cult underground favorite Faces of Death. As a matter of fact, it seems the last time was way back in 2009. Today an update has come.
A new clip from the remake of the 1995 film Embrace of the Vampire has arrived, and it will probably give your inner fourteen-year-old a boner. Check it out, and don't forget the original flick is coming to Blu-ray on the same day as this one!
How's that for an attention grabbing headline? Relax though; unless you're a fan of Jae-gu Yoon's film Secret, you probably won't be getting too excited over this latest bit of news. Or too infuriated for that matter depending on your stance on remakes!