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IGN got the early word on the special features that'll be found on the Outlander DVD when it hits video store shelves. Genius Products and The Weinstein Company are releasing the film, described by some as "Beowulf meets Predator", this coming May 19, 2009.
All right, this is just weird but it’s one of those things that I feel like if we ignore, we’ll be the only ones not talking about it. A scooper dropped us a line today with intel that Kevin Williamson is on board to write not just one, but three new Scream films, rebooting the franchise with a whole new trilogy.
This Tuesday will see the release of Dorothy Mills, a movie we’ve been hearing bits and pieces about for a while now. It follows a psychiatrist who is sent to a small village to try and help the titular teenager, who has been accused of trying to strangle a baby. When she gets there she finds out that there’s a lot more to Dorothy Mills than anyone believes.
Fans who are waiting patiently for the next cool 3D remake are sadly going to have to wait a lot longer as Dimension Films announced today that they have bumped the release date of Alexandre Aja's Piranha 3D all the way to March 19, 2010.
Over on Rob Zombie’s MySpace page, the man has posted the first sculpts from effects man Wayne Toth of the new Michael Myers mask for his Halloween 2, one of which you can see on your right.
For those of you who had maybe partially, out of the corner of your eye, been looking forward to Halloween 2 since the guys behind Inside were being circled to handle it, please return to your regularly scheduled angst; Variety has confirmed th
It's been a while since we heard much about Pulse 3, the Joel Soisson-helmed second sequel to the American remake nobody asked for. But since the DVD drops in just a few weeks -- December 23rd to be exact -- Genius Products and The Weinstein Company have released the box art for the disc along with a couple of choice stills.
Now that Alexandre Aja is done playing with mirrors, he's ready to get back to the business of skin shredding mayhem! Aja has reteamed with writing partner Grégory Levasseur to bring us Piranha 3D for The Weinstein Company.
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.
We’re now officially at the stage where anything you see in our genre that comes out from The Weinstein Co. or Dimension Extreme, you can expect some kind of prequel or sequel to it within a short window of time. Variety reports this morning that the Weinsteins have just greenlighted a batch of 18 direct-to-video pics for release in 2009.
The Weinsteins can’t seem to make up their mind as to who should be at the helm of their ill-conceived Hellraiser remake, having cycled through both the team who made Feast and the team who made Inside, but at least they seem to have settled on using a French director.
It looks like you may have to adjust your plans of taking the family out to see The Road this Thanksgiving, according to a story in this morning’s THR.
Showtime Networks and The Weinstein Company just announced a 7-year exclusive deal that will see some pretty interesting shows and movies being made. None more interesting, we think, than Scream 4.
Last we heard, the Hellraiser remake totally vanished from the Weinstein's slate (“Hellraiser Redux Moves” – January 2008). Some of us this project was as doomed as anyone who ever opened the Lament Configuration.
The Weinstein Company continued to make sure that very few horror films slip through their grasp this weekend with the acquisition of three movies from French sales house The Wild Bunch, according to a story in Daily Variety.