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Close Encounters of the Third Kind 4K theatrical re-release trailer & poster

I didn't know that Steven Spielberg's sci-fi classic CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND was getting not only a 4K restoration but that restoration was getting a (limited) theatrical run until just now! But, yeah, turns out the film will be back in theaters for a one-week run beginning Sept. 1 . The 4K restoration is Spielberg’s director’s cut so if...
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07.25.2017
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Chiller's remake of Francis Ford Coppola's Dementia 13 hits this October

I don't know if you've ever seen master-director Francis Ford Coppola's first film DEMENTIA 13 . It is a black and white horror flick he made for Roger Corman and it's not bad at all. Considering. Personally, I think it's a film, like Peter Jackson's  BAD TASTE and Steven Spielberg's  SOMETHING EVIL , that people should watch to see where...
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07.25.2017
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Ready Player One trailer features Freddy, Christine & DeLorean!

I was NOT expecting this! I just clicked on the trailer for Steven Spielberg's new CGI-heavy adventure flick READY PLAYER ONE because, well it's Spielberg. Holy. Shite! Not only does the trailer feature The Time Machine from BACK TO THE FUTURE and Kaneda's motorcycle from AKIRA racing (!) but if you look close you can also see Stephen King's CHRISTINE is in on...
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07.22.2017
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John R. Leonetti: Steven Spielberg directed Poltergeist

"Who really directed POLTERGEIST ?" is a question that fans and the press have been pondering ever since the film was released in 1982. Although Tobe Hooper is credited as director, and there certainly are Hooper touches throughout the film, it does feel much more like a Steven Spielberg movie overall, Spielberg having been the producer and writer. It has been...
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07.17.2017
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Face-Off: Kingdom of the Spiders vs. Arachnophobia

This weekend will see the release of SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING, which isn't the sort of movie we cover here on Arrow in the Head. However, with Spider-Man getting a new movie that is firmly set within the Marvel Cinematic Universe being the big event of the week, I wanted to mark the occasion in some way. The way I came up with was to give the week's Face-Off a spider theme. As everyone knows,...
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07.05.2017
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Jaws soundtrack hits vinyl via Mondo this October

I don't know if you're into the whole vinyl thing. I'm not, but I totally understand the fascination. I'm into collecting LaserDiscs myself. I consider them MY vinyl collection. It's a pretty sweet collection I've got going, and I must say (true, dude story) it has gotten me a fair share of tail. Strange but true. Anyhow, turns out Mondo is going to be...
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07.03.2017
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Happy 42nd Birthday Jaws!

Happy Birthday, JAWS! You know, it's been a while since we've done one of these Happy Birthday posts here at AITH and what better time to bring the series back than with what is debatably the greatest horror film ever made: JAWS . I don't know about you but JAWS is still the reason that I don't like going to the beach. Or swimming in pools. Or taking baths....
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06.20.2017
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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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The Test of Time: Close Encounters of the Third Kind!

We all have certain 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? Do they remain must see? So…the point of this column is to determine how a film holds up for a modern horror audience, to see if it stands the Test of...
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04.20.2017
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Spike TV's The Mist creator pitched the series as Ingmar Bergman's Jaws

“I pitched it as ‘Ingmar Bergman’s Jaws’”. Yesterday, we were hit with the trailer for Spike TV's upcoming 10-episode adaptation of Stephen King's THE MIST . Today we bring you excerpts from an interview the show's creator Christian Torpe conducted with EW, where he dropped the above, soon-to-be-famous line about the series being a...
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04.12.2017
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Mike Flanagan's The Haunting of Hill House TV series picked up by Netflix

Well, that was fast!  Not only are we hearing today that HUSH -helmer Mike Flanagan will executive producing a TV series based on Shirley Jackson's classic novel THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE, but that the series has already been given a 10-episode first season order by Netflix! The series is set to be a modern take on the novel and Flanagan is on board to write, direct...
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04.10.2017
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Amblin producing a film based on Michael Crichton's final novel Micro

Michael Crichton's final novel MICRO is getting the film treatment by way of Amblin Entertainment. Adapting the book has supposedly been a passion project for Steven f*cking Spielberg since he bought the book two years ago. Like JURASSIC PARK , Amblin hopes to launch a franchise with the film, and the company is currently negotiating with PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: DEAD MEN TELL NO...
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04.06.2017
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