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PostPosted: Tue May 09, 2006 6:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lionsgate have launched the website for the upcoming Saw III, click here to check it out. Sourire

Sophia Bush, star of The WB's One Tree Hill, has been cast in Platinum Dunes and Universal Pictures' remake of The Hitcher.

Also, Ashanti is set to star in Sony Screen Gems Resident Evil: Extinction.


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PostPosted: Wed May 10, 2006 1:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

When they stop casting hip-hop singers in films I might actually give a damn about today's so called "horror" genre.

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LL Cool J is always great in a horror film! Tire la langue
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Dimensions Films have announced the release dates of some upcoming horror flicks.

    Rogue is opening February 2nd 2007
    Grind House is opening April 6th 2007
    1408 is opening May 18th 2007

Source: Fangoria

Paramount Home Entertainment have got a few fright flicks coming to DVD in the coming months, including the 1971 cult classic Let's Scare Jessica To Death (which is next on the remake block, thanks to MTV Films) on August 29th. The Stephen King classics Cujo, The Dead Zone and Pet Cemetery will all be getting releases in September. Also, Sony will be re-releasing The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Part 2 for a 20th Anniversary Edition later in the year.
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Classic zombie flick Return Of The Living Dead might be another film added to the ever growing remake pile, since the 4th and 5th films in the franchise haven't been too sucessful...
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Gold Circle Films have added Anvil to their slate of upcoming horror, which includes Smoke, The Loft (remake), How I Met My New Boyfriend's Dead Fiance, Creature Feature, A Haunting in Connecticut, Before, The Healer, The Puritanand The Suffering.
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ACCLAIMED LINEUP OF DIRECTORS ANNOUNCED FOR SECOND SEASON OF IDT ENTERTAINMENT’S
MASTERS OF HORROR

Brad Anderson, Ernest Dickerson, Tom Holland Join Returning Directors Dario Argento, John Carpenter, Joe Dante, Mick Garris, Stuart Gordon, Tobe Hooper, and John Landis For Season Two

DVDs From Season One Are Being Distributed By IDT Entertainment’s
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Los Angeles, CA:– A stellar lineup of directors has been confirmed for the second season of Masters of Horror, the anthology series produced by IDT Entertainment in association with Industry Entertainment and Nice Guy Productions. Thirteen new one-hour films will debut this fall on Showtime. In addition, DVDs from the first season of the critically lauded series are being distributed by IDT Entertainment’s Anchor Bay Entertainment. Stars have also been announced for several episodes.

“Our creative environment supports and nurtures directorial talent,” says IDT Entertainment COO John W. Hyde. “We’re thrilled that A-list talent continues to be attracted to the Masters of Horror.”

Joining the roster of directors this season are Brad Anderson (Session Nine, The Machinist), Ernest Dickerson (Bones, Demon Knight), and Tom Holland (Fright Night, Child’s Play). Returning for a second outing are directors Dario Argento (Suspira, Terror at the Opera), John Carpenter (Halloween, The Thing), Joe Dante (The Howling, Gremlins), Mick Garris (Riding the Bullet, The Stand), Stuart Gordon (Re-Animator), Tobe Hooper (Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Poltergeist) and John Landis (American Werewolf in London).

Stars include Sean Patrick Flanery (The Boondock Saints, The Dead Zone), Ron Perlman (Hellboy), Meat Loaf (Fight Club), Michael Ironside (Scanners, Total Recall), Marisa Coughlan (Boston Legal, Teaching Mrs. Tingle), George Wendt (Cheers), John Saxon (From Dusk till Dawn, A Nightmare on Elm Street), Ted Raimi (Spider-Man), Caitlin Wachs (Commander in Chief), Meredith Monroe (Dawson’s Creek) and Matthew Keeslar (Waiting for Guffman, Art School Confidential).

“We’re all excited that this incredible array of creative talent has joined the ‘Masters’ line-up,” says Andrew Deane, a partner at Industry Entertainment and an executive producer of the series. “These directors have unique points of view and we’re certain that they will utilize the series’ promise of artistic freedom to produce frightening results.”

Family, directed by John Landis and written by Brent Hanley, tells the story of a young married couple (Meredith Monroe and Matt Keeslar) that moves into a new home in a new city and finds out that their neighbor (George Wendt) is not what he seems.

Pelts, directed by Dario Argento, written by Matt Venne, adapted from F. Paul Wilson’s short-story, is an erotic tale about stolen raccoon pelts that violently turn against those that covet them in this Giallo-style adaptation of F. Paul Wilson’s short story. Meatloaf and John Saxon star.

The Damned Thing, directed by Tobe Hooper, inspired by Ambrose Bierce’s classic short-story and written by Richard Christian Matheson, is the apocalyptic tale of a monstrous force that devastates Sheriff Kevin Reddle’s family and his small Texas town. Sean Patrick Flanery, Marisa Coughlan and Ted Raimi star.

Pro-Life, directed by John Carpenter, written by Drew McWeeny & Scott Swan, tells the story of a young girl trapped inside a clinic, that discovers the only thing more dangerous than her pursuers is the demonic secret that she carries within her. Ron Perlman, and Caitlin Wachs star.

The V Word, a vampire film directed by Ernest Dickerson and written by Mick Garris, reveals the punishment visited upon two teenage boys who make the very poor decision to break into a mortuary. Michael Ironside stars.

Sounds Like, directed and written by Brad Anderson, adapted from a short-story by Mike O’Driscoll, tells the story of Larry Pearce - an ordinary man blessed with a gift of extraordinary supernatural hearing that drives him to the brink of insanity and forces him to take violent action to silence the horrific cacophony in his head.

The Screwfly Solution, directed by Joe Dante, written by Sam Hamm and adapted from the Raccoona Sheldon short-story, is about a nightmare virus infecting our nation, transforming men into psychotic killers who attack every woman that crosses their paths.

Valerie On The Stairs, directed and written by Mick Garris from a Clive Barker original screen story, tells the tale of a novelist who discovers there are fates worse than literary anonymity in this sexually-charged tale of terror.

We Scream For Ice Cream, directed by Tom Holland from David J. Schow’s adaptation of John Farris’ short-story, depicts a local ice cream man who, in this case, is turning sweet-toothed children against their parents.

The Black Cat, directed by Stuart Gordon and written by Gordon & Dennis Paoli, has the great Poe, out of ideas and short on cash, tormented by a black cat that will either destroy his life or inspire him to write one of his most famous stories

The executive producers of Masters of Horror are IDT Entertainment’s Morris Berger, Steve Brown, and John W. Hyde; Industry Entertainment’s Keith Addis and Andrew Deane, and Nice Guy Productions’ Mick Garris. Reunion Pictures’ Lisa Richardson and Tom Rowe are producers. Industry’s Adam Goldworm and Ben Browning are co-producers and will continue to serve as production executives on the series. IDT Entertainment Sales provides worldwide distribution of the series and Anchor Bay Entertainment, IDT Entertainment’s home entertainment company, handles DVD and video releases.

IDT Entertainment is a vertically integrated entertainment company that develops, produces, and distributes proprietary and licensed entertainment content. IDT Entertainment is a subsidiary of IDT Corporation, an international telecom, entertainment, and technology company.

Industry Entertainment Partners, a leading talent management and production company, has produced award-winning films including sex, lies and videotape, Drugstore Cowboy, The Player, Requiem for a Dream, and Quills.
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 01, 2006 3:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

A new month... a new Halloween 9 rumour...

June 1: Rob Zombie to tackle HALLOWEEN?

Around Hollywood, one dark topic has been spoken about in whispers: Who’s directing HALLOWEEN 9? It’s a mystery that’s confounding message board users and Michael Myers fans across the web—not to mention a secret that the execs at Dimension Films have been protecting as if their lives depended on it. This writer is amazed that the following hasn’t been leaked already…

Remember a few months back—around the time THE DEVIL’S REJECTS made its DVD debut—when writer/director Rob Zombie teased us with how his next project was going to be “big”? One could presume he was speaking of a silver-screen adaptation of the IDW comic book BIGFOOT he created with Steve Niles, a project currently set up at Rogue Pictures. But Fango has learned from many sources around town that Zombie has, in fact, been in talks with Dimension about helming HALLOWEEN 9! We’ve attempted to confirm this, but no one is talking. Furthermore, it’s uncertain as to whether he’s aiming to do the oft-rumored “lost years” prequel or an original chapter of his own. We can assure you, however, that the buzz concerning Zombie’s flirtation with the white-masked one has grown progressively louder.

If this is indeed confirmed, remember where you heard it first. If it’s a whole lotta bunk, chalk it up as one more HALLOWEEN sequel rumor to throw on the ever-growing pile! —Ryan Rotten

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Wow. Surpris I haven't seen any of Zombie's flicks, so I can't really comment on weather, if true, this is good news. But, both his flicks have looked pretty hardcore on the gore front, so I don't know if this is good news. Bah, any news on Halloween 9 is GOOD news. Jeez, what's taking them so long?!

The Horror Channel go onto say... The question is can he handle it? He showed a lot less spastic camera and editing with The Devil's Rejects, but has yet to prove he can tackle something that would require as much atmosphere as a well-made Halloween movie needs. Of course, since there hasn’t been a well-made Halloween movie in decades, maybe it is time to try something new.

Look out for some Halloween awesomeness on DVD in the coming months from Anchor Bay, as Halloween 4 and Halloween 5 are released in new special edition discs along with Halloween: 25 Years Of Terror, a documentary looking at the entire franchise from it's beginnings 1978, all the way up to Halloween: Resurrection in 2002...


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BLOODY-DISGUSTING EXCLUSIVE:

DIMENSION FILMS TO MAKE NEW “HALLOWEEN” FILM;
AUTEUR FILMMAKER ROB ZOMBIE TO WRITE AND DIRECT

Trancas International Films to Produce Along With Rob Zombie and Andy Gould


NEW YORK, NEW YORK (June 4, 2006) – Dimension Films is proud to announce that they will make a new “Halloween” movie with Rob Zombie (The Devil's Rejects, House of 1000 Corpses) writing, directing and serving as a producer. Malek Akkad of Trancas International Films (Halloween H20: 20 Years Later) will produce the feature along with Andy Gould of Vision Entertainment Group (The Devil's Rejects, House of 1000 Corpses). Zombie will also serve as music supervisor on the film. Miramax Films will co-finance the development with Dimension Films. The announcement was made today by The Weinstein Company co-chairman, Bob Weinstein.

Zombie's vision of this film is an entirely new take on the legend and will satisfy fans of the classic "Halloween" legacy while beginning a new chapter in the Michael Myers saga. This new movie will not only appeal to horror fans, but to a wider movie-going audience as well. It will not be a copycat of any prior films in the "Halloween" franchise. The film is set for an October 2007 theatrical release.

Bob Weinstein stated, "Rob Zombie is a gifted musician and performer as well as a talented filmmaker. His vision for this new 'Halloween' is spectacular and I am thrilled to be collaborating with him and to work closely with Malek Akkad to continue the legacy built by his father, the late Moustapha Akkad."

Zombie said, "I have been a huge, huge fan of John Carpenter's original film since its release. So when Bob Weinstein approached me about this, I jumped at the chance to join forces with Dimension Films on this amazing project."

The "Halloween" story began with the 1978 release of "John Carpenter's Halloween," executive produced by the late Moustapha Akkad, founder of Trancas International Films and became the highest grossing independent film of the time. Moustapha Akkad's son, Malek, is now taking some of the reigns on this new "Halloween" project to continue the outstanding work begun by his father. Malek Akkad stated, "Trancas is very excited to be working with Rob Zombie and producing another 'Halloween' with Bob Weinstein and Dimension, the home of the franchise for the last three installments. It will be a fitting and worthy tribute to my late father."

"I am thrilled to be working again with Rob and with Dimension Films on such an iconic project that will reinvigorate 'Halloween' and Michael Myers in a truly terrifying new way," stated Andy Gould, Rob Zombie's long time manager and producer of Zombie's two previous films.

Richard Saperstein, president of production, Matthew Stein, senior vice president of production and Alex Franklin, director of development and production will oversee the project on behalf of Dimension. Bret McCartney of Trancas International will oversee production on behalf of Trancas.

Andrew Kramer, executive vice president of business and legal affairs, and Lumumba Mosquera, senior vice president of business and legal affairs, negotiated on behalf of Dimension Films. Attorneys David Fox and Jeffrey Light of Myman Abell Fineman Greenspan & Light negotiated on behalf of Rob Zombie. Attorney Wayne Kazan of Weissmann Wolff Bergman Coleman & Silverman negotiated on behalf of Akkad. Rob Zombie is represented by Paradigm.

ABOUT ROB ZOMBIE

An auteur filmmaker and music artist with shrewd insight and creative vision, Rob Zombie challenges audiences as he stretches the boundaries of film, music and publishing.

Zombie is the longest active artist on Geffen Records and has sold in excess of fifteen million records. He is currently on a sold-out nationwide tour for his latest gold-selling album, "Educated Horses." which debuted at number five on the Billboard Top 200.

In 2000, Zombie jumped from music to film with his directorial debut and cult smash hit, "House of 1000 Corpses." Due to the film success Zombie returned in 2004 to helm its follow up the critically acclaimed, "The Devil's Rejects." Zombie was hailed by critics and fans alike as a visionary filmmaker due to the film's uncompromising and wildly inventive exploitive throw-back style.

Prior to "House of 1000 Corpses," Zombie directed dozens of high profile music videos. In 1995 Zombie won an MTV Music Video Award for "More Human Than Human," becoming the first self-directed artist to win such an award.

After the success of "The Devil's Rejects," Zombie entered the world of animation with "The Haunted World of El Superbeasto" a feature length film in production at IDT.

ABOUT MALEK AKKAD

Malek Akkad is a twenty-year veteran of the entertainment industry. Under his guidance, Trancas International Films, has evolved into a diverse entertainment company, involved in production, distribution, management, music publishing and merchandising.

Akkad has produced the last three installments of the successful “Halloween” franchise, distributed by Dimension films, and is currently producing “Halloween 9.” Some other producing credits include “Walking After Midnight,” “The Psychic Murders,” the recently completed, “Made In Brooklyn,” and the documentary, “Halloween: 25 Years of Terror.”

As a director, Akkad has numerous commercials and music videos to his credit, including clients such as Coke Cola, and artists like Lo-Ball, Simon Shaheen & Kazem. He also directed the feature film, “The Psychic Murders,” starring James Russo, Henry Rollins, and Terry Farrell. He is currently developing “The Princess of Alhambra,” a sweeping historical epic set in medieval Spain, based on a script by Oscar winning screenwriter, Robert Bolt.

Akkad’s company, Trancas, also manages a vibrant film library, including titles such as “Halloween,” “Halloween 4,” “Halloween 5,” “Hell Night,” and “Lion of the Desert.” It also runs a merchandising department, and the music publishing company, Jack-O-Lantern Music. Trancas has recently opened television and management divisions, with several projects in development, and a roster of recognizable talent.

Tring Entertainments is Akkad’s overseas affiliate, handling Trancas’ library internationally, with offices in Twickenham Film Studios, home to such legendary productions such as “Reds,” “Ghandi,” “Blade Runner,” “Donnie Brasco,” “Interview with a Vampire” and Superman II & III, to name a few.

Akkad’s newly formed Paranormal Pictures, in association with Jon Sheinberg’s The Machine, has recently completed production of the mob comedy, “Made In Brooklyn.” The company has also produced the upcoming release from Anchor Bay Entertainment, “Halloween: 25 Years of Terror.”

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Sunday, June 04, 2006
HALLOWEEN


Okay here's the real deal for those of you who are confused. As I said yesterday - I am not making Halloween 9. That series is done, complete, over.

But what I am doing is starting totally from from scratch. This the new HALLOWEEN. Call it a remake, an update, a reimaging or whatever, but one thing that for sure is this is a whole new start... a new begining with no connection to the other series. That is exactly why the project appeals to me. I can take it and run with it.

I talked to John Carpenter about this the other day and he said, "Go for it, Rob. Make it your own". And that's exactly what I intend to do.

Any questions? Go ahead and ask'em.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 05, 2006 7:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Translation: "Eww, I can't be bothered spending all my time thinking up a reason for Michael Myers to stalk another babysitter so I'm just gonna write my own movie and stick The Shape in it and have him weild my proverbial knife. That way I actually might have a hit on my hands if I get the people behind Halloween convinced I'm making another movie for their oh-so-tired franchise."

"I talked to John the other day..." - Yeah, whatever you say Pfff

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Why don't you send Dimension your Loomis/Brackett slash?
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:: Sarah Michelle Gets Addicted ::

Stories like this really make me wonder; is Sarah Michelle Gellar actually a fan of our genre, or does she do these films because it's easy work? Obviously I’d like to think it’s the former, but that old jaded Hollywood producer in me knows it’s more likely the latter. Don’t ask how or why I have an old Hollywood producer in me; you don’t want to know.

Anyway, Variety reports this morning that Gellar has signed on to topline the "supernatural thriller" Addicted, loosely based around 2002’s South Korean entry, Jungdok, a film I’ve blissfully never heard of. Gellar will play a woman whose husband and brother-in-law are in a coma after a near-fatal accident. When the brother-in-law wakes up, he insists that he is truly her husband, and things get complicated. So is it a supernatural thriller or a body-swapping comedy ala Vice Versa? I guess time will tell.

Joel Bergvall and Simon Sandquist, who have impressed international audiences with their sophomore collaboration, The Invisible (currently being remade by David Goyer), will helm Addicted for Vertigo and Spitfire films. Gellar will next be seen on the big screen in Rogue Pictures’ The Return, due out in November.

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The Horror Channel and Gunn Park Entertainment Present the First Original Online Horror Series

"Shadow Falls"

Eight Episode, First Season Series Premiere To Culminate Halloween Night on Horrorchannel.com


Guttenberg, NJ – “There are towns in which you look for something, and there are towns in which something is looking for you.”

On Tuesday, September 12th at 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time, horror fans worldwide will be looking for “Shadow Falls,” the first-ever online horror series, from The Horror Channel and Gunn Park Entertainment. Written and directed by Kendal Sinn, the initial season will feature eight episodes—each premiering every Tuesday night—leading up to a special Halloween night season finale. The program will be presented by virtue of the technologies comprising today's leading broadband networks. The announcement was made today by Nicholas Psaltos, Founder and CEO, The Horror Channel.

“As technology improves, we will be at the forefront of this growth, adopting and implementing the best devices and business practices at our disposal,” said Psaltos. “Broadband is quickly becoming the preferred venue for consumer entertainment, especially within the horror genre demographic. We’re pleased to have formed a relationship with such a talent as Kendal Sinn. Our ability to provide this venue for his series is an ideal confluence of events.”

“This series should be viewed and studied like a complex puzzle, and watched over and over again,” said Sinn. “There is a secret, and if studied carefully, the clues will help the viewer figure it out.”

“Shadow Falls” is a tale about a small, Midwestern town with a long, harrowing past, and a population that has been reduced, by time and events, to a select group. An ensemble cast of characters and eerie set locations contribute to the overarching mood that Sinn has created.

No one finds Shadow Falls...…unless Shadow Falls wants to find them.

Each of the eight episodes runs from five to 12 minutes, and unfolds through a sequence of vignettes, not necessarily in chronological order, as characters emerge through a quirky regimen of oddity and horror. Additional seasons are already in production.

The Horror Channel is the premier broadband venue for the best Horror, Terror and Suspense programming. By licensing classic and contemporary movies, specials and series from the libraries of established distributors, as well as introducing original series, miniseries and films by top Horror filmmakers, The Horror Channel has become the network of choice for Horror fans, filmmakers, authors and actors.

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The "first-ever" is a bit of a claim. Eww, Sarah Michelle Gellar is such a J/K-Horror Remake slag! I'm so going to poke her about this on the set of All Cleared Up!

WHEN WILL THE REMAKES END?

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When people stop paying to watch them. Which apparently happened with Pulse. Tire la langue
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:: Walt's Dad Joins Weeks ::

More casting for the upcoming sequel from Fox Atomic, 28 Weeks Later, cropped up today in the form of "Lost" star Harold Perrineau, aka Michael (aka Augustus from "Oz").

The Hollywood Reporter states that Perrineau will play an American Special Forces pilot whose job it is to document the safe return of families to London after the outbreak of the rage virus, which they mistakenly believe has been all taken care of. Damn Americans, don’t we ever learn?

The sequel to Danny Boyle’s attention-grabbing 28 Days Later will be out in theaters on May 11th, 2007. Keep your eyes on Fox Atomic’s official site for more on Weeks ... in the coming weeks!

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