We’ve been talking about the remake of the 1982 classic Poltergeist since we started our show two years ago. No, the movie is out and we’ve got thoughts and opinions galore! No Chris on this episode, but the always charming Alia joined us as we discuss what could be the make or break for a lot of upcoming horror remakes.
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Well, everything else is getting rebooted, remade, and sequelfied; why not The X-Files?
Following the success of Fox’s 24 limited series, the network is looking to bring back another iconic drama series, The X-Files. Fox TV Group chairman Gary Newman today confirmed chatter that the network is in talks for a new installment of Chris Carter’s cult supernatural drama, which starred David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson. Newman went on to say he was “hopeful” about the outcome. Continue reading
Two years after it was revealed that Seth Grahame-Smith and producing partner David Katzenberg were developing a remake to Joe Dante’s classic Gremlins, it sounds as if the project is officially dead.
In a new interview with EW, Grahame-Smith explains that the project never came into fruition, and now all parties involved have moved onto other things. Continue reading
Even though the new Poltergeist arrives this coming July 24th, we’ve yet to see any sort of art, let alone stills nor the trailer. We’ve already heard it’s going to be “more adventure than paranormal”, and now cast members continue to reveals small details from the reboot helmed by Gil Kenan.
The latest comes from Sam Rockwell, who spoke to Collider about the modern day take on the Steven Spielberg/Tobe Hooper classic. Continue reading
Ok, so it’s not horror news, but Kurt Russell news will get just as much attention here, until the day comes where I’m not the only one doing news.
After years in development and a trip to turnaround, Fox has emerged from competitive bidding and closed a deal to remake the 1981 John Carpenter-directed cult classic Escape From New York, Deadline was the first to report.
Carpenter will be an executive producer and will exert creative influence over the project. Continue reading
One of the most infamous scenes in horror movie history came in 1996 when Drew Barrymore’s character was killed off in the opening moments of Wes Craven’s Scream. It was a shock in the fact that the audience thought Barrymore was the star of the slasher.
Now, almost 20 years later, MTV is preparing to launch “Scream” as a television series, with a new mask and a YouTube-centric plot. Continue reading
The beloved Critters films will be the inspiration behind a new digital series!
Blue Ribbon Content – Warner Bros.’ new digital production division- revisits the world of the legendary New Line Cinema cult classic movie franchise, as a new batch of alien pests descends upon the planet. I still have nightmares about those little bastards coming out of the toilet.
This new digital series written by Michael Jelenic & Aaron Horvath (“Teen Titans Go!”)
Jose Larraz’s 1974 UK/Spanish sex and death shocker Vampyres is one of the greatest Euro-erotic horror films of all time and the idea of remaking such a gritty, sensual gem is unthinkable. But Spanish director Victor Matellano (WAX) not only thought about it, he did it. After a year in production, Matellano’s Vampyres is done and FANGORIA has the first look at its ultra-hot and super bloody trailer!
Like the original, the film finds a pair of bisexual, sadistic female vampires shacked up in a Gothic manor, where they lure men and women with promises of debauchery that always ends in orgasmic death. Continue reading
At this past weekend’s New York Comic-Con, Fangoria caught up with film, TV and comics scribe Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, who promised that the Town That Dreaded Sundown remake he penned and that hits theaters this week has not toned things down.
“People who’ve seen it have said that it’s even more violent and disturbing than the original,” Aguirre-Sacasa (a former Fango intern) tells us. “It’s pretty hardcore; it’s a serious slasher movie.” Continue reading
A new Texas Chainsaw Massacre was on the way, as confirmed by The Wrap.
They learned who is behind the screenplay: Black List scribe Seth M. Sherwood, who will be penning the teenage years of Leatherface.
The new incarnation will take place before Tobe Hooper’s 1974 cult classic, making it a massive franchise prequel. Continue reading