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The first trailer for Netflix’s Stranger Things sure got our attention. Our own Jacob Hall described it as having a “pinch of Amblin and a cup of Stephen King,” which is a spot-on description of a series that looks like a big throwback. There are images in the trailers, including the latest one, that can’t help but […]
The post ‘Stranger Things’ Trailer #2: Is This More Than A Trip Down Nostalgia Lane? appeared first on /Film. »
- Jack Giroux
It’s a headline that we thought would never see the light of day: Production on Andy Muschietti’s It is now officially underway.
Word comes by way of Instagram (via ComingSoon), where the Mama filmmaker posted a picture of a director’s chair inscribed with the famous, bloody logo synonymous with Stephen King’s horror hit.
Simple and to the point, the image heralds the end of a pre-production period lumbered with numerous creative setbacks, after Warner Bros. effectively placed the two-part adaptation on ice once Cary Fukunaga (True Detective) made tracks toward the exit door citing budget cuts and creative differences. One short trip to the drawing board later and It has emerged sporting a flock of new talent.
Bill Skarsgard of Hemlock Grove fame recently clinched the coveted role of Pennywise the clown, the nightmarish entity set to terrorize two generations of the Losers Club. That’s »
- Michael Briers
Last year things weren't looking good for the planned big screen take on the Stephen King novel It, with Cary Fukunaga leaving the project over creative differences shortly after Warner Bros. shifted the movie to its New Line division. It didn't take long for the adaptation to find a new director though in the form of Mama helmer Andy Muschietti, who recently took to Instagram to announce that... Read More »
- Jesse Giroux
Production Officially Begins on Stephen King’s It Mama director Andy Muschietti has taken to Instagram to confirm that production has officially begun on Stephen King’s It! The film will feature Jaeden Lieberher (Midnight Special) as Bill Denbrough, Finn Wolfhard (“Stranger Things”) as Richie Tozier, newcomer Sophia Lillis as Beverly Marsh, Jack Dylan Grazer (Tales of Halloween) as Stan…
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- Spencer Perry
Raven Banner Entertainment and Terror Films have announced a partnership. Raven Banner will distribute at least six horror titles, from Terror Films, in Canada. The initial slate will include films such as: Goddess of Love, House of Purgatory, Unearthed & Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary, Antidote, Hell House LLC and Patient Seven. This is an ongoing collaboration, initiated by Terror Films CEO Joe Dain and James Fler, of Raven Banner. This is good news for horror fans! Here is a quick overview of some of the films. Goddess of Love is a femme fatale thriller. It has already been reviewed on 28Dla, here: A Goddess of Love Review. As well, Unearthed & Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary chronicles the long journey to adapt Stephen King's Pet Sematary to screen. The world has gone to hell in Antidote, while Hell House LLC is a found footage film "about a haunted »
- email@example.com (Michael Allen)
While we previously got the Bluray double feature of the TV adaption of Stephen King’s Carrie & the sequel to the 1976 adaption of the film, horror fans have been waiting for a Good HD release of Brian De Palma’s Sissy Spacek-led film. Previous releases have been “eh” at best, and it’s a title that just Begs for the Scream Factory treatment…and it looks like that’s about to happening. In celebration of the 40th Anniversary of the horror classic, the Sf gang are pulling out the stops with a brand new October 11th Bluray release, complete with a new transfer, new supplemental material and quite the artwork (all versions…keep reading…).
It’s an excellent year for all things De Palma, and this news is really something for horror lovers to latch onto. I know I’ll be checking this one out, how about you fright fanatics? »
- Jerry Smith
"If we're going to survive this—whatever it is—people are gonna have to put aside their... finer sensibilities." Clay (John Cusack) and Tom (Samuel L. Jackson) receive a troubled visitor at their door in a new clip from Cell, based on the Stephen King novel of the same name.
Following its June 10th VOD debut, Cell will receive a theatrical release on July 8th from Saban Films and Lionsgate.
Synopsis: “Stephen King’s best-selling novel is brought to terrifying life in this mind-blowing thriller starring John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson. At the Boston airport, Clay (Cusack) witnesses a scene of chaotic mayhem when an electronic signal turns hundreds of cell phone users into rabid killers. Desperate to find his estranged wife and son, Clay teams with a train driver (Jackson) to battle the horde of murderous “phoners” as the city descends into apocalyptic madness.”
Based on King’s »
- Derek Anderson
*Updated with the official press release.* This fall, Scream Factory will give horror fans an early Halloween treat with their 40th Anniversary Collector's Edition Blu-ray release of Brian De Palma's Carrie (1976).
Initially announced on EW, the Carrie Collector's Edition Blu-ray will be released on October 11th with a 4K scan of the movie's original negative and over three hours of extras for fans of the Stephen King adaptation to enjoy.
Similar to their 30th anniversary Return of the Living Dead Blu-ray, Scream Factory will also release Carrie in both a regular Collector's Edition and a Deluxe Limited Edition with an exclusive second slipcover, poster, and shipping of the film three weeks before its release.
Press Release: Los Angeles, CA - In 1976, Carrie, the “absolutely spellbinding horror movie” (Roger Ebert) directed by Brian DePalma (Scarface, The Untouchables, Dressed to Kill) and based on the best-selling Stephen King novel, premiered in theaters, »
- Derek Anderson
• Last Year’s Winner: “Olive Kitteridge”
• Was It an Upset? Nope • Still Eligible? Nope • Hot Streak: “American Horror Story” has earned a nomination in this category (or its similarly titled iterations) every year of its existence, but it’s never won.
• Fun Fact: In 2009 and 2010, there were only two nominees in this category, which lead for it to be merged with TV Movies from 2011 – 2013. Now, limited series are arguably the most in demand storytelling medium on television.
FX has cornered the market on anthology series, offering three strong contenders for the upcoming race, any one of which could end up taking home the title. “American Horror Story: Hotel” looks to continue the good favor Ryan Murphy’s horror franchise has enjoyed with the TV Academy over its first four seasons, and the prolific producer will have another horse in the race with “The People v. O.J. Simpson,” an »
- Ben Travers
Director Andy Muschietti has confirmed (via Instagram) that filming has begun on the two-film adaptation of Stephen King's iconic novel It. Photos include the films logo and Pennywise the Clown's red balloons.
Check out the photos below.
A photo posted by Andy Muschietti (@andy_muschietti) on Jun 27, 2016 at 12:04pm Pdt
A photo posted by Andy Muschietti (@andy_muschietti) on Jun 24, 2016 at 7:17pm Pdt
The story follows a group of teens called the Losers Club who defeat a creature called It. Years later, the creature returns, and the club, now adults, have to band together again even though they have no memory of the first battle.
The first part of It is scheduled to hit theaters on September 8, 2017. »
- Kellvin Chavez
Netflix's Amblin-inspired sci-fi series Stranger Things arrives on Friday the 15th of July. Here's an exclusive new trailer...
A. Stranger Things, a terrific tribute to 80s screen sci-fi horror, created by the Duffer Twins.
Arriving on Netflix on Friday the 15th of July, Stranger Things pays homage to the age of The Thing, E.T. and A Nightmare On Elm Street in its story of a small town disappearance, a shady government facility and a mysterious little girl.
Winona Ryder and Matthew Modine star alongside a tremendous young cast of newcomers in the eight-part series. See the first trailer here, and check out a new poster, new trailer and the official bumf below:
An innocent night playing Dungeons & Dragons takes a tragic turn for »
It has taken years to get there, but at last filming has begun on the two-film adaptation of Stephen King's iconic novel "It".
Director Andres Muschietti has confirmed that work has begun on the horror adaptation and has begun posting photos from the set including the film's logo and some sinister red balloons. These follows on from what looks like a sketch of what Bill Skarsgard's villain Pennywise the Clown that he drew up a few months ago which was his most recent posting before this week.
Finn Wolfhard, Jack Dylan Grazer, Wyatt Oleff, Chosen Jacobs and Jeremy Ray Taylor all star in the film as the young members of the Losers Club, while Owen Teague has signed on to play the bully Patrick Hocksetter.
The second film will feature the same characters reuniting as adults who must put down the creature again, even though none of them really remember the first encounter. »
- Garth Franklin
September 6th looks to be quite the day for classic TV horror. Thanks to the crew over at CBS DVD and Paramount, both Friday The 13th: The Complete Series and Tales From The Darkside: The Complete Series are hitting DVD in interesting new packing. Personally, I’m a fan of both, and with last year’s Awesome Curious Goods: Behind the Scenes of Friday The 13th: The Series book by Alyse Wax being such an in depth refresher, it’ll be cool to revisit the episodes that stood out in that great read.
Friday The 13th: The Complete Series
Micki Foster inherits an antique store from her Uncle Lewis, but this is no ordinary antique shop. Lewis made a deal with the devil — in exchange for material wealth, he will sell cursed antiques. Micki, along with cousin Ryan and her partner, retired magician Jack, have the »
- Jerry Smith
Sarah Gadon is going from Hulu to Netflix. The Canadian actress has been tapped to topline Netflix's Margaret Atwood drama Alias Grace, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Gadon, who most recently co-starred opposite James Franco in Hulu's Stephen King limited series 11.22.63, will play Grace Marks in the streaming giant and Canadian broadcaster CBC's adaptation of Atwood's award-winning novel. Published in 1996, Alias Grace follows Grace Marks, a poor, young Irish immigrant and domestic servant in upper Canada who, along with stable hand James McDermott, was convicted of the brutal murders of their employer, Thomas Kinnear, and
- Lesley Goldberg
After several years of development, Stephen King's iconic novel It is finally heading to the big screen, with New Line Cinema setting a September 8, 2017 release date. Yesterday, director Andres Muschietti revealed that production has gotten under way on this horror adaptation, teasing the logo, as seen on the back of his director's chair. But there is another illustration that is even more intriguing and revealing. A quick glance at the filmmaker's social media profiles reveals what could be an early, yet crude, look at the new Pennywise.
Director Andres Muschietti's Instagram was updated yesterday with a photo of his director's chair, and also over the weekend with a photo featuring his production office. However, a photo from 21 weeks ago offers a hand-drawn glimpse at his version of Pennywise. We reported last month that Bill Skarsgard (Hemlock Grove) has come aboard to play Pennywise, but it isn't clear when we'll »
Over on Andy Muschietti’s Instagram page, the film director has been teasing fans of Stephen King’s It incessantly, and the world is a better place for it! Check out some of the goods below, which may or may not include… Continue Reading →
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- Steve Barton
Hitting the big screen in New York City and VOD platforms on July 1st before making its Los Angeles theatrical debut on July 8th from IFC Midnight, Mickey Keating’s Carnage Park marks his fourth feature film collaboration with acclaimed composer Giona Ostinelli. For our latest Q&A feature, we caught up with Ostinelli to discuss working with Keating, using a wide range of instruments and items (including a nail gun) to create unease in Carnage Park, and much more.
Giona, thanks for taking the time to answer some questions for us. Your score for Carnage Park marks your fourth collaboration with director Mickey Keating. What first attracted you to Keating’s work?
Giona Ostinelli: Thanks so much for having me! Yes indeed, Mickey Keating and I have collaborated on four films. Our first film together, Ritual, was acquired by Lionsgate; our second film, Pod, was released theatrically with »
- Derek Anderson
Remember that long-shelved adaptation of Stephen King’s Cell? It’s totally out now, available to rent on VOD. No marketing, no enthusiasm – all signs pointed towards an outdated, forgettable watch. Even the promotional poster on my television’s On-Demand screen was haplessly cobbled together, featuring Samuel L. Jackson’s shiny bald dome and clean-shaven face…even though he’s never seen in the film without a hat, or without facial hair. For all accounts and purposes, it seems like no one wants you to watch Cell, and after doing so myself, I’ll join that chorus of voices. There have been some phenomenal cinematic adaptations of Stephen King material – this is not one of them.
John Cusack stars as Clay Riddell, a graphic novelist who finds himself in a zombie-apocalypse situation caused by cell phone signals. You know, those devices glued to people’s hands and ears 99% of the time? »
- Matt Donato
In 1981 five friends traveled to a cabin in the woods, where they unknowingly released flesh-possessing demons. The story, know known as “Evil Dead,” became one of the best cult classic films and launched Bruce Campbell and director Sam Raimi’s careers.
The low budget horror flick was screened at the 1982 Cannes Film Festival, with Stephen King even praising the film. Once it was distributed by New Line Cinema it went on to earn $2.4 million worldwide.
The project was shot on location in a remote cabin in Newport, Tennessee. It was reported that the filming process was extremely uncomfortable, with many cast and crew members sustaining injuries. The video below takes you back to the epic movie and its wild and terrifying scenes.
“Evil Dead” became a »
- Liz Calvario
When Stephen King first approached J.J. Abrams to adapt his novel 11/22/63 for the screen, King had a film in mind. Abrams had other ideas. "When he asked, my first reaction was, 'Yes.'" Abrams says. "My second reaction was, 'Would you be open to doing this not as a film, but for television, in whatever form?’" The limited series that emerged from this collaboration was thanks in no small part to exec producer and writer Bridget Carpenter who adapted the book. Carpenter (F… »
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