The brothers behind The Poughkeepsie Tapes are prepping their remake of Spanish horror film REC, now called Quarantine here in the States, and casting is in full force.
Remakes, remakes, remakes ... they never end it seems. Have ideas run so dry in the movie business that anything and everything is worthy fodder for the retooling machine? Good thing we horror fans have Alex Aja on our side.
Well, there goes any desire I had to give the new Witch Mountain a chance. I mean sure it’s a kids movie so you have to expect some level of stunt casting but this?
Yahoo! Movies got to host the first of what I’m sure will be a few exclusive clips from next Friday’s release of Halloween, directed by Rob Zombie. And the coolest part is? You get to see Michael Myers kicking Bill Moseley’s ass! I can’t explain why that’s great, you’ll have to click here to check it out for yourself.
Wow, could it be that the older Nicole Kidman gets, the more she's learning towards horror movies? Or is it just easier to pretend you’re scared than pretend you’re not a bitchy redhead?
When is a remake not a remake? How about when the title is different, the script is different and the film’s director blatantly says “This is not a remake”? Yeah, that might be a good indication of it not being a remake...
According to Variety today the remake of The Creature from the Black Lagoon has entered the pre-production phase with the fine folks at Strike (Dawn of the Dead 2004 and Slither) Entertainment serving as the production company.
More casting news for the Tale of Two Sisters remake has landed in the trades today, and it’s hot. Namely, said casting is Arielle Kebbel (The Grudge 2), who has signed on as one of the two sisters mentioned in the film's title. And that, friends, is hot. Bit of a change from the original since the girls seemed much younger in that, but then Koreans never do show their age very accurately, do they?
The first bit of casting news has come down for the upcoming remake of the Fillipino horror hit, Sigaw, which has been retitled The Echo here for good reason.
I question if anyone still cares about a remake of A Tale of Two Sisters nowadays, when J-horror (and yes, I know it's technically K-horror) finally seems to have run it’s course with US audiences, but I guess it depends on if they can make it as good as the original.
I wasn't the the least bit surprised to hear about a remake of 1981's The Entity, the primo poltergeist-rapes-a-woman horror movie that was supposedly based on a true story, too. The Ring director Hideo Nakata has been on board the project from the beginning, and now, according to Moviehole, Fox Atomic has a writer on board as well.
I first got the chance to talk to Jeremy Kasten a few years back when he did a little movie I was obsessed with seeing called Th
Though we have our own wish list of who should direct the long-discussed remake of Last House on the Left (there are some directors out there with a real vision for a new version), Wes Craven is circling one man in particular to get behind the remake.
Though it’s a bit slow by today’s standards, Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds is still seen by most as one of the most terrifying movies they’ve seen, be they hardcore horror fans casual moviegoers.