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?
If you thought Universal Hollywood's Halloween Horror Nights was going to be rocking hard with just Freddy, Jason, and Leatherface, then think again!
I must confess that I've never seen the original 1983 House on Sorority Row so I cannot fully feign contempt for the remake soon going into production other than my usual ongoing annoyance with Hollywood's war on originality. Things are shaping up for the remake with the announcement that Step Up 2 The Streets hotty Briana Evigan has signed on to play the lead.
There have been rumors about a new Candyman movie, be it remake or sequel, since the last film crawled its way to home video almost 10 years ago. Most recently a remake has been the talk of the town, with one theory being that Sony wanted to make Candyman a white boy, as insane and missing-the-point as that idea would be.
Daniel Newman may be playing Malachai, but who is going to lead the army of children in the onslaught against the adults? Why ... it's little Cody!
Seems the upcoming Children of the Corn remake, which started rolling in Iowa this week, has found itself a Malachai in the form of Cirque du Freak actor Daniel Newman, according to STYD this morning.
Recently we caught up with Don Mancini and David Kirschner regarding the upcoming Child's Play remake so it was time to do a little diggin'! We all know that Dourif is coming back and that the duo want to bring the remake back to the film's scarier roots, but was there anything else to learn at this point?
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.
An extended trailer for the upcoming killer baby remake It's Alive! has found its way on to the net, and honestly it doesn't look half bad.
Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Starring Jason Statham, Joan Allen, Ian McShane, Tyrese Gibson, Max Ryan Directed by Paul W.S. Anderson
Our man Andrew Kasch sat down with the cast and crew (even our favorite director, Paul W.S. Anderson) of Death Race in order to learn what we can expect from remake and why it was being remade in the first place.
The Toronto International Film Festival is just around the corner, and with it will come one movie that I’ve been looking forward to for the last few years; J.T. Petty’s The Burrowers. Big monsters in the Old West? Yes please!
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...