Just the other day we showed you the first few pics from Jamie Blanks’ (Storm Warning) upcoming remake of Long Weekend; today we can follow it up with the first teaser trailer for the film!
Well, it’s official; Martyrs helmer Pascal Laugier is in negotiations with Bob & Harvey Weinstein to write and direct the remake of Hellraiser, which you should recall was once in the hands of the French duo behind Inside before their take on the material proved too freaky.
Coming hot on the heels of yesterday's poster, we just got our hands on the new trailer for Patrick Lussier's redux of My Bloody Valentine ... in 3D! Check it out below!
Word ran down the pike today that the Adam Gierasch (interview) retelling of 1988's Night of the Demons has just started principal photography in haunted old New Orleans.
If you've still got an itch for remakes of Korean movies, and who doesn't these days, then we're glad to say the trailer for The Uninvited is now online!
Ah, man, and we were going so well without remake announcements, too. I think it’s been at least a week, maybe more, since any new ones were announced. Now we’re looking down the barrel of a remake of the classic voodoo thriller Angel Heart, according to Variety, and I’m none too happy about that.
We had been wondering about the status of the upcoming remake of Korean horror hit A Tale of Two Sisters, now called The Uninvited, since it's been a while since we've heard anything about it, but it looks like it’s still on track for its January 30th, 2009 release.
Someone very sneaky was on hand during the shooting of the new Friday the 13th and managed to snap some pretty candid shots of the new Jason Voorhees unmasked! The pics showed up today over on Horror Bid, and while they’re all pretty clear, it's still hard to make out the disfigured face too clearly.
I was completely unaware that Tomas Alfredson's Let the Right One In (review) was even being optioned for a remake, considering it's such a new film. The vampire tale has caught the eye of Hammer Films, and a certain monster director has been tapped to helm the U.S. adaptation.
The folks over at IGN DVD got a chance to sit down with Italian horror master Dario Argento recently to discuss the DVD release of his latest film, Mother of Tears. Of course the conversation inevitably turned to the current remake trend, and Argento let loose some very disturbing information.
Yes, that’s right, horror is dead. All right, maybe not dead exactly, if it were we’d be out of a job, but it’s certainly not looking too healthy. It's emaciated, too pale, and tufts of hair keep falling out.
I’ve really been trying to avoid any and all mention of Sorority Row, the remake of the little-seen 1983 slasher House on Sorority Row, but this casting news is just too strange not to mention.
Sometimes it is just a better idea to stay on the mainland. If you're new to a certain area, don't go gallivanting off with your spouse to some mysterious island or cornfield where adults are strangely absent. It never bodes well.
Donald Borcher's Children of the Corn remake (can we really call movies based on book remakes?) is currently rolling in Iowa, but news on who's appearing in the film has been slow. Preston Bailey and Daniel Newman are playing Isaac and Malachai, but where are the adults?