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Well, this is one of the coolest-sounding projects I've encountered in a while -- not just because of the plot, but also due to the cast involved. Kurt Russell, who hasn't made a genre film since 2007's Death Proof, will star in a horror-western (a sub-genre that's seemingly still awaiting a truly great film; Westworld might be the best to date) called Bone Tomahawk, about "an outlaw who unknowingly leads a band of cannibalistic Troglodytes into the peaceful western town of Bright Hope." Read More...
Once upon a time -- say, 2008 -- there was going to be a remake of Tobe Hooper's classic ghost story Poltergeist; it even had a release date set: November 24, 2010. Fast-forward to 2013, however, and we still haven't seen the film come to fruition. But it seems we're closer than ever, with a director on board -- Gil Kenan (Monster House, City of Ember) -- and filming reportedly set to begin in September...but the question now is, is it remake or a sequel?
Bloody Disgusting purports to have details on the plot, which features new characters but a scenario very similar to the original film: Read More...
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If you're like me, you think reading is something done by students and lost drivers, but you might be surprised to find that some of your favorite horror movies are actually based on books. Find out what you've been missing in my list of Horror Movies You Didn't Realize Were Based on Books.
Last Kind Words is a fairly nondescript ghost story revolving around a teenage love story that plays a bit like a blue collar Twilight with ghosts instead of vampires...and minus $80 million in budget. Read about it in my review of Last Kind Words.