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Amblin's The Innocents remake gets director of Manson's The Beautiful People

Well, this should be interesting. Okay let me get this out of the way right off the top, the movie we are here to discuss at the moment isn't technically a remake of the classic black & white ghost flick THE INNOCENTS . That said, this is semantics because the upcoming Amblin movie is based on the same novella , THE TURNING OF THE SCREW by Henry James....
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08.24.2017
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The Craft remake is still moving forward

Andrew Fleming's THE CRAFT just celebrated its 21st birthday at the beginning of this month, and that lead me to thinking it has been forever and a day since we last heard anything on the Leigh Janiak-helmed remake of the 1996 bitch-witch classic.  Actually, the last thing we heard was that the remake was technically not even a remake at all and was set to be a sequel...
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05.17.2017
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Happy Bloody Birthday: The Craft turns 21 today!

“We are the weirdos, mister” Happy Birthday, THE CRAFT ! THE CRAFT is one of my favorite witch-flicks. Stick with me here. If you are one of those peeps that like to hate on THE CRAFT, well then you just gave yourself away as someone who never even bothered to see it because THE CRAFT is f*cking awesome. If not for the end witch-bitch battle, then you'll...
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05.03.2017
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Exclusive: Mick Garris on Post Mortem, Roger Corman & new anthology film!

I am a super fan of writer-director Mick Garris. The man started out making behind the scenes docs for the likes of such flicks as Joe Dante's THE HOWLING, John Carpenter's THE THING, and Richard Donner's THE GOONIES. From there, Garris became a screenwriter himself with such classics as CRITTERS 2, THE FLY II, and HOCUS POCUS . He also directed PSYCHO IV: THE...
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04.27.2017
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Stephen King's IT: 30 Behind the Scenes pics!

I just showed my little sister the trailer for STEPHEN KING'S IT last night. I had to as she seems to be the last remaining human on Earth to have not viewed it. Don't worry, she's 25, I didn't show the terrifying trailer to, like, a child or anything. Still, IT freaked her out pretty bad. She kept saying, 'Nope" a lot. I totally get that reaction. Anyhow, now that the last...
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04.07.2017
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R.I.P. Mike Nichols, director of Wolf, has died at age 83

Celebrated director Mike Nichols, whose vast filmography includes WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?, THE GRADUATE, SILKWOOD, and 1994's Jack Nicholson-starring WOLF, has died at age 83 from cardiac arrest. Nichols, who was born Michael Igor Peschkowsky in Berlin in 1931, was one of the very few people to win all four major US entertainment awards with an Emmy, a Grammy, an...
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11.20.2014
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The Test of Time: Blade Runner (1982)

We all have movies we love. Movies we respect without question because of either tradition, childhood love, or because they’ve always been classics. However, as time keeps ticking, do those classics still hold up? So…the point of this here column is whether or not a film stands the test of time. I’m not gonna question whether it’s still a good flick, but if the...
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08.28.2014
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Iconic cult director Albert Pyun announces retirement

A sad bit of news for fans of cult director Albert Pyun today as the filmmaker has just announced his retirement due to health reasons on his official Facebook page . As a so-called 'child of the 90's' I grew up with Pyun's films, many of them being regular rentals at my local video store. Even before then, one of my earliest memories was catching the last half-hour or...
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08.19.2013
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