It's been well over a year since we've had anything to report about the long-gestating live action adaptation of the Japanese manga series Death Note, which Shane Black was originally hired to direct.
Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson's All Cheerleaders Die (review) is finally coming home to DVD and Blu-ray, and we have all the details for you to cheer about right here. Grab your bloody pompoms, and give us a "D"! Gives us a "V"! Give us a "D"!
Well, it took a surprising amount of years to get on Hollywood's "we need our own version of that" radar, but it's finally on its way. The 1999 Takashi Miike film Audition, which was based upon the 1997 novel by Japanese author Ryu Murakami, is getting the U.S. remake treatment!
20th Century Fox is prepping to unleash everyone's favorite little antichrist, Damien Thorn, onto the masses as apparently another remake is on its way in addition to the previously announced "Damien" TV series. Read on for everything you need to know.
Lucky Mckee has had his ups and downs with various projects from the criminally underseen The Woods to the success of films like The Woman. With his latest, All Cheerleaders Die, Mckee collaborated with his old college buddy Chris Sivertson to relive their college days by fleshing out a short film to a full feature film filled with cheerful mayhem.
Co-director and writer Chris Sivertson took the time to speak with us recently regarding his collaboration with longtime friend and cohort Lucky Mckee for their new film All Cheerleaders Die, which enjoyed its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival.
If the prospect of Nicolas Cage starring in a remake of a Kirk Cameron movie about The Rapture isn't enough to force you into a state of sheer giddiness, then this new poster for the flick should surely do it. The power of Cage compels you! The power of Cage compels you! The power of Cage compels you!
The coming Friday the 13th zombie cheerleaders are unleashed upon the world in Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson's All Cheerleaders Die (review), and today we have a list of theatres which will be running the flick! Is your city included? Read on to find out!
The first trailer from the WWE's Leprechaun: Origins, starring WWE Superstar Dylan "Hornswoggle" Postl, is here along with some release news! Look for it on Digital HD and Video On Demand on August 26th and then Blu-ray and DVD on September 30th via Lionsgate Home Entertainment.
We may not be living in the End Times, but we are certainly living in strange times. Nicolas Cage starring in a remake of a Kirk Cameron movie? The power of Cage compels you to feast your eyes upon the official trailer and new poster for the Rapture reboot Left Behind.
Producer Antony I. Ginnane plans to be staying busy on the remake scene. He was the man behind Patrick and its remake Patrick: Evil Awakens, and now he's digging up two more of his films, The Survivor and Thirst to get the redux treatment.
Though it only came out just a few short years ago, it was nevertheless inevitable that the Indonesian fight flick The Raid would find its head on the ole remake chopping black, and Screen Gems announced recently that they indeed were working on an English-language version of the film.
In 1989 Peter Berg played a kid named Jonathan Parker who had a lot of blood on his hands in Wes Craven's Shocker. Now that there's faint rumblings of a remake slightly shaking, guess who wants back in on the action?
Robert Hiltzik's entire movie career has basically been in telling one story, that of Sleepaway Camp. Hiltzik wrote and directed the original, as well as Return to Sleepaway Camp. So who better to discuss Sleepaway Camp's move to Blu-ray from Scream Factory on May 27 than Robert Hiltzik himself.
Never one to hate all remakes equally, I'm quite excited about the Maniac Cop redo. With original trilogy director William Lustig producing and Only God Forgives director Nic Winding Refn also sitting behind-the-scenes, it's hard to cast a cynical eye on the project.