Despite being well into filming, Rob Zombie keeps the casting process going for his upcoming sequel, Halloween 2. The newest face? Margot Kidder. We hope the former Lois Lane has kept Superman's phone number. Something tells me she's gonna need him.
The final numbers aren't in yet, but it looks like The Last House on the Left managed to snag third place at the box office during its opening weekend.
Even though everything has been relatively quiet, you can bet that there are a TON of actors out there vying for the role of Freddy in Platinum Dunes' A Nightmare on Elm Street remake. One such actor is Christopher Johnson, and he's gone so far as to actually cut a trailer.
Adam Gierasch is a lot of things. Writer, director, madman, outspoken, friend, and of course talented. He's quickly becoming one of the more important voices in our genre, and like every important voice, it needs to be heard.
As you've all heard by now, Daeg Faerch proved to be just a little too old and tall to play the role of young Michael Myers again in Rob Zombie's Halloween 2. Since that news broke everyone's been wondering, "Who's gonna fill those very big small shoes?" Wonder no longer.
Wondering what the critics are saying about the Last House on the Left remake? This enticing new TV spot sheds some light on their opinions. Let's hope it delivers the goods for you too.
Warner Bros. isn't clowning around on the remake front as it is sending everyone's favorite clown Pennywise back into the spotlight for a theatrical redux of Stephen King's novel IT to be produced by Lin Pictures and Vertigo Entertainment.
It's hard to think of a film that's done dark, satirical teen comedy better than Heathers, and now it looks like it's taking its little black tale to the stage ... as a musical no less. According to THR, the production is being developed by Andy Fickman, director of Race to Witch Mountain, who is making a return to his musical roots.
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Who here remembers Roger Corman's classic X: The Man With the X-Ray Eyes? Anyone? If you do, you're either an uber-fan like me or well on your way to (or past) middle age. In any event the film is up next for the old remake treatment with a great name attached to direct.
Well, this might end up being a bit embarrassing for Production Weekly. Last week, they reported that the US remake for Let the Right One In was getting a title overhaul and being called Let Me In and that shooting was set to start in Canada this May. I guess they may have spoken too soon.
More Last House on the Left goodies have sprung up online and we've got your directions to make sure you catch each of them.
This weekend at the Fangoria Weekend of Horrors in Chicago, George A. Romero was one of the featured special guests. Not only did the esteemed Godfather of Zombie Films give genre fanatics a taste of his new film ...Of The Dead, but he also answered fan questions. One topic that came up was Romero’s involvement with the remake of The Crazies.
With the release of the film on March 13th, all sorts of Last House on the Left nuggets of goodness have been popping up. The latest? A special Internet only spot!
Is it me or is the term reboot becoming increasingly more annoying than even remake. It's as if the folks behind these things are trying to disguise the fact that they're making a remake by calling it something else. I just don't get it. Anyways, Martyrs director Pascal Laugier spoke a bit today about his upcoming foray into the land of the Cenobite.