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Why Beetlejuice 2 has much to live up to

18 August 2015 1:17 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Plans are afoot for a sequel to Tim Burton's Beetlejuice. But what made the original so special, and where might the sequel go?

Last week, an extremely cautious Winona Ryder confirmed on Late Night With Seth Myers that a sequel to Tim Burton's beloved 1988 haunted house comedy Beetlejuice was finally in the works. Ryder will be reprising her role as Lydia Deetz, with Burton back behind the megaphone and Michael Keaton, fresh from a career-resurrecting turn in Birdman (2014), again starring as 'the ghost with the most'.

Ryder's announcement was met with the inevitable woops and cheers from Myers' studio audience, but fans of Burton's breakthrough feature will be seeking reassurances that the forthcoming follow-up will remain true to the spirit of its predecessor.

For those who've never seen it, Beetlejuice tells the story of Adam and Barbara Maitland (Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis), a happily married couple living »

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10 Upcoming Sequels And Reboots That Will Destroy Your Faith In Cinema

7 August 2015 2:53 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Columbia Pictures

According to William Goldman, who won Oscars for writing Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid and All The President’s Men, there are three types of movies: those that aspire to quality and succeed, those that aspire to quality and fail, and those that were never meant to be any good at all.

The last group, Goldman claims, comprises “movies for which the pulse was either totally or primarily financial: rip-offs, spin-offs, sequels etc.” In other words, most of today’s pictures are about as creative and well intentioned as Friday The 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan.

Executives that talk about rebooting this or reimagining that sound like Eskimos describing snow, using multiple words to describe the same thing. In the end, they only require two – ‘cash’ and ‘grab’.

There have, of course, always been sequels and remakes, and the world would be a poorer place without »

- Ian Watson

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Interview with horror writer, actress, producer and model Kelsey Zukowski

27 July 2015 5:41 PM, PDT | MoreHorror | See recent MoreHorror news »

By Jonathan Weichsel

MoreHorror.com

Kelsey Zukowski is a horror writer, actress, producer, and model who has been gathering a solid fan base over the last few years due to her passionate dedication to horror, her deep understanding of the horror genre, and her modeling work, which is some of the most unique, character-driven modeling being done in horror today. I sat down and had a lengthy chat with Kelsey about her short film Words like Knives and her feature Within These Walls, both of which were written by and star Zukowski, as well as her modeling and her feelings about her work.

So read on to get a look inside the mind of this passionate and driven artist. At the very end of the interview is a special treat for fans, the free online premier of Kelsey Zukowski's short film Words Like Knives.

Jw- I really liked your »

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Platino Awards: Salado, BossaNovaFilms, Sudestada Cine Team for ‘Porn for Newbies’ (Exclusive)

18 July 2015 6:54 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Marbella, Spain – Three of Latin America’s leading movie co-producers – Uruguay’s Salado, Brazil’s BossaNovaFilms and Argentina’s Sudestada Cine – are teaming to produce “Porn for Newbies” (“Porno para Principiantes”), a late ’80s Uruguay indie movie scene comedy.

Salado’s Mariana Secco lead-produces, with Paula Cosenza and Denise Gomes at BossaNovaFilms and Sudestada Cine’s Ignacio Rey. Announcement was made at the second Platino Awards in Marbella, where Alvaro Brechner’s Salado-produced “Mr. Kaplan” competes for seven nominations including best picture, director and screenplay.

Directed by Carlos Ameglio, a vet Cannes Lions winning commercials helmer who helmed “El hombre de Walter” in 1995 before Uruguayan cinema lifted off internationally, “Porn” harks back to a Uruguay emerging from dictatorship where young wannabe filmmakers suddenly had access to previously banned titles screened at Uruguay’s Cineteca, but precious few means to make films themselves.

A port-based video importer-bootlegger, who runs a massive illicit duplication operation, »

- John Hopewell

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'The Strain' Season 2: 10 things we learned on the set

8 July 2015 8:00 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Toronto, Ontario. It's a mild spring day in Toronto, but unknowably dark things are happening at the Royal York Hotel. A group of journalists has descended on the filming location for Season 2 of FX's "The Strain," but we can't see what's actually being filmed.  Yes, the late-season episode is heavy on spoilers, not that it's really a spoiler to tease that one-or-more of our intrepid heroes have run afoul of the vampire hordes and one-or-more of our intrepid heroes is staging a rescue mission of some sort. That's standard operating procedure on the FX adaptation of Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan's thriller trilogy. The real reason we can't observe filming is one of simple logistics: A pursuit is taking place in the stairwells of the Royal York. Stairwells are tight. The number of reporters isn't tiny.  For that reason, we're sitting in a medium-sized ballroom at the Royal York, »

- Daniel Fienberg

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Penny Dreadful, Ep. 2.10, “And They Were Enemies” walks alone

5 July 2015 9:35 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Penny Dreadful, Season 2, Episode 10, “And They Were Enemies”

Written by John Logan

Directed by Brian Kirk

Airs Sundays at 10 pm (Et) on Showtime

Penny Dreadful concludes its second season with one of its most emotionally wrought episodes in memory. There is no victory here for our monstrous players and worst of all, they find themselves alone.

Last week, Vanessa (Eva Green) told Dr. Frankenstein (Harry Treadaway) that he deserved to be loved, and love and acceptance have always been sought by these ghoulish characters. While they previously have been able to lean on each other to form their own twisted little family unit, by the time the end credits roll on “And They Were Enemies”, these characters find themselves scattered to the winds. In the end, it seems they must all walk alone, as Ethan (Josh Hartnett) writes to Vanessa near the ending.

Wrapping up the season’s overall plotline »

- Chris Evangelista

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Reviewed: Paul Magrs’ Brenda and Effie

1 July 2015 5:28 AM, PDT | Kasterborous.com | See recent Kasterborous news »

Alex Fitch is a writer at Kasterborous Doctor Who News and Reviews - All the latest Doctor Who news and reviews with our weekly podKast, features and interviews, and a long-running forum.

Tangentially connected to the Doctor Who universe, The Brenda and Effie Mysteries from Bafflegab Productions (creators of The Scarifyers) is an ideal listen for any fans of Paul Magrs’ Iris Wildtyme audio adventures. Written by Magrs himself, t’BaEM features the adventures of the Bride of Frankenstein and a white witch who respectively run a B&B...

The post Reviewed: Paul Magrs’ Brenda and Effie appeared first on Kasterborous Doctor Who News and Reviews. »

- Alex Fitch

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Billy Senese Discusses His Modern-Day Frankenstein Film, Closer to God

30 June 2015 2:38 PM, PDT | ShockYa | See recent ShockYa news »

Closer to God” is a new twist on the classic “Frankenstein” tale with the addition of cloning. Director/producer Billy Senese elaborated more on making of the film in a recent press interview. Senese stated that the film drew from his love of Mary Shelley’s iconic novel. “['Frankenstein'] was a big book for me when I was young, and I love the James Whale movies from the 1930s, “Frankenstein” and “Bride of Frankenstein.” I always wanted to do my own interpretation of this story, kind of reinvent those same ideas and themes into a modern reality, one that we might actually face in our lifetime,” he said. “So about 6 months  [ Read More ]

The post Billy Senese Discusses His Modern-Day Frankenstein Film, Closer to God appeared first on Shockya.com. »

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Penny Dreadful, Ep. 2.08, “Memento Mori”: “We are the dead!”

22 June 2015 3:36 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Penny Dreadful, Season 2, Episode 8, “Memento Mori”

Written by John Logan

Directed by Kari Skogland

Airs Sundays at 10 pm Et on Showtime

As Penny Dreadful nears the end of its second season, it decides to acknowledge that it has characters beyond Vanessa and Ethan. The pair don’t even appear in this week’s episode, “Memento Mori,” but there’s enough going on to fill up the void.

Sir Malcolm (Timothy Dalton) has become aware of his enchantment by Evelyn Poole (Helen McCrory), and he doesn’t just mean in the romantic sense — he recalls how on the day of his wife’s funeral, he was at a ball waltzing. That’s simply not the kind of man he knows he is. Evelyn confirms his suspicions by possessing him and causing him to throw a tantrum, but Sir Malcolm is able to break the enchantment, and then unwisely goes off to »

- Chris Evangelista

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Round-Up: Final Girl Release Details, New Vinyls from Death Waltz & Mondo, Closer To God Q&A

17 June 2015 10:09 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Making his feature directorial debut, Tyler ShieldsFinal Girl arrives in select theaters and VOD in August. Also in this round-up: details on new vinyls from Death Waltz and Mondo, as well as a Q&A with Closer to God writer/director Billy Senese.

Final Girl: Press Release -- "Renowned photographer to some of Hollywood’s biggest stars, Tyler Shields will captivate audiences with his debut feature film, the “sardonic, smart, stylized, thriller” (Dennis Dermody, Paper), Final Girl. Starring Oscar® nominee Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine, Zombieland), Final Girl will debut in select theaters, Digital HD and Video on Demand August 14 from Cinedigm (Nasdaq:cidm) and Nasser Entertainment.

Also starring BAFTA® Film Award nominee Wes Bentley (The Hunger Games, American Beauty), Alexander Ludwig (The Hunger Games, Lone Survivor), Francesca Eastwood (Jersey Boys), daughter of Hollywood icon Clint Eastwood, and Cameron Bright (The Twilight Saga), the terrifying, highly anticipated film »

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The Last Great Horror Icon Is Gone: Where Are the Future Scare Masters?

13 June 2015 9:51 PM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

 With the death of horror film legend Christopher Lee, the last of the legendary honor guard of horror has passed on. He was part of an elite group that created the horror genre. Lee’s passing is a reminder that it’s been a long time since we had a new horror film superstar. Is the day of the horror film specialist gone forever? Where are the big-screen boogie-men for the 21st century?

                             

Once upon a time there were a group of actors, known as the ‘screen boogiemen’ who created the horror film/monster movie genre (starting in Universal Studios and later in Hammer Studios.) They were specialists who understood the psychology and performance style of horror cinema and became legends in the industry. The first was silent film star Lon Chaney Sr. (Phantom of the Opera, London After Midnight, the Hunchback of Notre Dame, the Unholy Three, the Monster, »

- feeds@cinelinx.com (Rob Young)

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It’s Alive Project: A Tribute to Elsa Lanchester and Auction Kicks Off June 3rd

1 June 2015 7:30 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

It’s no secret we’re big fans of the classics here at Dread Central, and few images are as iconic as that of Elsa Lanchester as The Bride of Frankenstein.  If you’re also a fan of the actress and this beloved… Continue Reading →

The post It’s Alive Project: A Tribute to Elsa Lanchester and Auction Kicks Off June 3rd appeared first on Dread Central. »

- Debi Moore

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Ciara McAvoy: The Hollywood Interview

27 May 2015 4:01 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Interview | See recent The Hollywood Interview news »

Sweet Painting Lady: Ciara McAvoy Resurrects the Art of the Movie Poster

By Alex Simon

“Art is not just a part of my life. It Is my life. It gives me breath. We are eternally entwined.” This is the mantra of Scottish artist Ciara McAvoy, a painter renowned for her stunning oil work, which the Glasgow-born artist has used to create some of the most iconic movie posters in modern times. Inspired by her French grandfather, a pre-ww II portraitist who gained fame at Montmartre, McAvoy’s interest in drawing and painting film-related subjects began after her first viewing of Star Wars as a child.

“I started drawing at eight and painted and sold my first oil, entitled Cops, when I was only twelve years old, so I guess I can say that I was born to be an artist," McAvoy recalled in a 2014 interview with David Bateman of Stv Glasgow. »

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Ciara McAvoy: The Hollywood Interview

24 May 2015 4:48 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Interview | See recent The Hollywood Interview news »

Sweet Painting Lady: Ciara McAvoy Resurrects the Art of the Movie Poster

By Alex Simon

“Art is not just a part of my life. It Is my life. It gives me breath. We are eternally entwined.” This is the mantra of Scottish artist Ciara McAvoy, a painter renowned for her stunning oil work, which the Glasgow-born artist has used to create some of the most iconic movie posters in modern times. Inspired by her French grandfather, a pre-ww II portraitist who gained fame at Montmartre, McAvoy’s interest in drawing and painting film-related subjects began after her first viewing of Star Wars as a child.

“I started drawing at eight and painted and sold my first oil, entitled Cops, when I was only twelve years old, so I guess I can say that I was born to be an artist," McAvoy recalled in a 2014 interview with David Bateman of Stv Glasgow. »

- The Hollywood Interview.com

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Remembering Pretty, Sophisticated Cummings: From Minor Lloyd Leading Lady to Olivier Co-Star, Tony Award Winner

17 May 2015 8:21 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Constance Cummings: Actress in minor Hollywood movies became major British stage star Constance Cummings: Actress went from Harold Lloyd and Frank Capra to Noël Coward and Eugene O'Neill Born on May 15, 1910, actress Constance Cummings, whose career spanned about six decades on stage, in films, and on television in both the U.S. and the U.K., would have turned 105 this year. Unlike other Broadway imports such as Ann Harding, Katharine Hepburn, and Claudette Colbert, the pretty, elegant Cummings – who could have been turned into a less edgy Constance Bennett had she landed at Rko or Paramount instead of Columbia – never became a Hollywood star. In fact, her most acclaimed work, whether in films or – more frequently – on stage, was almost invariably found in British productions. That's most likely why the name Constance Cummings – despite the DVD availability of several of her best-received stage performances – is all but forgotten. »

- Andre Soares

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Drive-In Dust Offs: The Curse Of Frankenstein

16 May 2015 11:13 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Oh, to have been there at the drive-in in 1957 when this came out. Drive-ins were peaking in popularity, with over 4000 far and wide across North America providing countless hours of entertainment for youngsters, teenagers, and parents alike. However, if I was a little one and had seen this lurid and terrifying spectacle bleeding from the enormous outdoor screen, looming over the family car, I probably would have cried for my dad to rip off the attached speaker from the car window and make for the safety of home. And fast.

Released in the early summer of 1957, The Curse of Frankenstein was a huge hit worldwide, delighting audiences and – wait for it – appalling reviewers at the time. This isn’t much of a surprise. Curse is different from the Universal monster films of yore; even though it is set in the 1800’s, it has a direct, hip, and dare I say »

- Scott Drebit

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Stanley Film Festival 2015 Photos & Impressions

6 May 2015 4:50 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

As those that were following our Twitter feed and recent features are aware, I was at the Stanley Film Festival last week and it was easily one of the best horror events I've attended. While it's something that you have to experience for yourself, I wanted to give readers details on some of the highlights, including my favorite screenings, Stuart Gordon receiving the Master of Horror award, a Cooties-inspired eating contest, a "marching band from hell," and an immersive horror game that us working together to stop a cult.

What makes the Stanley Film Festival so different from seemingly similar festivals is that there is a great mix of screenings and special events. Sure, you could attend every movie screening during the festival and have a great time, but there's so much more.

The festival kicked off on Thursday night with Cooties as the opening film. Directors Jonathan Milott »

- Jonathan James

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'The Blacklist' Recap: Liz and Red on the Trail of a Grave Robbing Smuggler

30 April 2015 3:11 PM, PDT | buddytv.com | See recent BuddyTV news »

The Blacklist was here, there, everywhere in "Quon Zhang," giving us a very Bride of Frankenstein opening with dead Chinese girls as a smuggling cover (maybe), and a Kgb/Liz connection. It was a fast paced offering, (as always), as we watched Liz track down a dead body smuggler, who may hold the key to preventing a major terrorist act. Reddington had his own agenda, trekking on a Kenneth Jasper quest, while Liz detoured into an investigation of that puzzling picture featuring her as a young child and a woman (her mother?). Hands were more than full as it was all hands on deck to stop the smuggler and discover what the cabal's next move would be. »

- editor@buddytv.com

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The Invisible Man getting the remake treatment over at Sony

22 April 2015 4:30 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

H.G. WellsThe Invisible Man is set to gather nuts in May once again as Sony are looking to produce a remake of the classic story. Tracking Board are reporting that Sony will be working with The Divergent Series producers Lucy Fisher and Doug Wick under their Red Wagon Entertainment banner with Lucas Wiesendanger and Nick Cortese as executive producers.

The Invisible Man first debuted on cinema screens with Universal under the same name in 1933 directed by James Whale (Frankenstein, The Bride of Frankenstein). The movie has since become part of Universal’s Monster Classics and the character spawned several sequels including The Return of The Invisible Man with Vincent Price. The character and idea has also been used as inspiration for other movies including Chevy Chase’s The Invisible Man, 1992’s Memoirs of The Invisible Man and Paul Verhoeven’s Hollow Man starring Kevin Bacon.

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- Luke Owen

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The 19 Best Horror Movie Sequels Ever Made

22 April 2015 4:00 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Horror sequels have long seemed, like weeds or mosquitoes, something we just have to put up with, part of Hollywood's natural ecosystem. We tend to think of them as superfluous because it's hard to scare audiences a second time (or third, or tenth) when they know the premise and can anticipate what's coming.

But it was not always so. The first major horror sequel, "Bride of Frankenstein," was released 80 years ago this week (on April 22, 1935), and it was actually good, scary, and clever and surprising in a way that amplified the story told in 1931's "Frankenstein."

In the eight decades since, only a few horror sequels have lived up to that standard. Here they are, the best return frights. »

- Gary Susman

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