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Drive-In Zombiefest to Screen 35mm Prints of Day Of The Dead, Messiah Of Evil, Demons, Two Evil Eyes & More

19 May 2015 11:30 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Movie theater-dwelling demons, shambling zombies, and gore galore will be shown on the silver screen this weekend at the Mahoning Drive-In Theatre's Zombiefest in Lehighton, Pennsylvania, covering three days and featuring nine living dead films.

Drive-In Zombiefest runs from Friday, May 22nd to Sunday, May 24th. Each evening, the gates open at 6:00pm and the reels start rolling at dusk. Tickets cost $10.00 apiece each night.

From Drive-In Zombiefest: "Exhumed Films and the Mahoning Drive-In Theatre present:

Drive-in Zombiefest

A weekend-long retrospective of nine walking dead favorites shown from 35mm film!

Friday, May 22nd:

Day Of The Dead (1985)- Cooped up in a military base in an abandoned mine, scientists desperately search for cure to the outbreak of walking death that has plagued the world. A 30th anniversary screening of George A. Romero's claustrophobic finale to his classic original undead trilogy!

Messiah Of Evil (1974)- A woman's search for »

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5 Extremely Underrated Horror Movie Scores

4 May 2015 1:10 PM, PDT | bloody-disgusting.com | See recent Bloody-Disgusting.com news »

Out of all the movie genres in existence, the horror genre arguably has the most famous and memorable scores out there. From Halloween’s terrifying piano tune (which would evolve into a synth score), to Goblin’s thrilling score from Suspiria, us horror fans really have a treasure trove of music to select from. With the release of It Follows a few […] »

- Trace Thurman

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April Ghouls Drive-in Monster-rama: Cinema Retro's Hank Reineke Reports

1 May 2015 7:02 AM, PDT | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

By Hank Reineke

On the weekend of April 24-25, DVD Drive-In and the Riverside Drive-In in Vandergrift, Pa, hosted the third annual April Ghouls Drive-In Monster-Rama. This springtime festival of 1970s and 1980s exploitation horror-films, now in its third year, is the more recent sister to September’s glorious Drive-In Super Monster-Rama. This latter event, which will enjoy its ninth incarnation this coming autumn, generally features a slate of more “traditional” monster movies from the 1960s and 1970s. Neither weekend of programming should be missed by any horror film devotee with access to an automobile. The intent of the original Drive-In Super Monster-Rama (first presented at the Riverside in 2007) was to authentically re-create the ambiance of the all-night drive-in theater spook shows of the 1960s and 1970s. In this regard, the event succeeds in every possible manner.

Co-sponsored from its inception by George Reis of the cult-film website “DVD Drive-In” and the Riverside Drive-In, »

- nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro)

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Django and Suspira heading to the small screen

10 April 2015 10:00 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

France’s Atlantique Productions and Italy’s Cattleya have announced that they have signed a co-development and co-production deal to bring two cult Italian movies to the small screen in Sergio Cobucci’s spaghetti western Django and Dario Argento’s horror Suspira.

First up will be a retelling of Django, “with the grit and edginess of modern television dramas”, followed by Suspiria De Profundis, an English language period horror “styled as the new Sherlock Holmes [which will] explore psychological fantasies of evil and attempt to solve fearful mysteries [with] storylines that reflect the clash between light and dark, progress and regression.”

Both shows have received twelve 50-minute episode orders, with storylines that will go on to develop over multiple seasons.

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- Gary Collinson

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Italian cult films ‘Django’ and Dario Argento’s ‘Suspiria’ to be adapted for television

8 April 2015 9:40 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Two international producing companies, France’s Atlantique Productions and Italy’s Cattleya, have joined forces to co-develop and produce television adaptations of two cult Italian film properties.

According to Slashfilm, the two companies intend to adapt the spaghetti western icon Django based from Sergio Corbucci’s original film and Italian horror film classic Suspiria by Dario Argento which was inspired by the 1845 novel Suspiria De Profundis by Thomas De Qunicey. The companies intend for both shows be in English language and to produce twelve episode seasons with a running time up to 50 minutes per episode with the hope for multiple seasons.

The concept of Django seems well-suited for a television adaptation, being that the character of Django has become an icon of the western landscape much like a James Bond (in spy films) or a Batman (in the superhero genre), where the performer of the character has become secondary to the legend. »

- Jean Pierre Diez

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Round-Up: Kathy Bates Joins American Horror Story: Hotel, Suspiria-Inspired Series In Development, Gore Verbinski’s ‘A Cure for Wellness’

8 April 2015 3:49 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Another American Horror Story alumnus has checked into the upcoming season of FX's enduring horror anthology series, a Suspiria-inspired TV series is in the works, and Dane DeHaan and Mia Goth will play the lead roles in A Cure for Wellness, Gore Verbinsk's return to horror.

American Horror Story: Hotel: Showrunner Ryan Murphy revealed via Twitter today that Kathy Bates will be "running the Hotel" in FX's American Horror Story: Hotel, the fifth chapter of the horror anthology series. Bates is no stranger to Murphy's show, having played Marie Delphine Lalaurie in American Horror Story: Coven and Ethel Darling in American Horror Story: Freak Show.

Bates joins a cast that includes Lady Gaga, Matt Bomer, Cheyenne Jackson, Wes Bentley, and Chloë Sevigny. American Horror Story: Hotel is expected to debut this fall, and it will be the first season without the phenomenal Jessica Lange in the cast. »

- Derek Anderson

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‘Suspiria’ TV Series in Development; ‘Django’ Also Coming to Small Screen

8 April 2015 10:00 AM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

The Suspiria film remake may be dead, but that doesn’t mean you can keep a coven of witches down. There’s now a Suspiria TV series in development out of Europe, with original writer/director Dario Argento on board as “artistic consultant.” But you’re probably not expecting precisely this plan for the TV version of Argento’s film […]

The post ‘Suspiria’ TV Series in Development; ‘Django’ Also Coming to Small Screen appeared first on /Film. »

- Russ Fischer

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Round-Up: Five Nights at Freddy’s Film Adaptation In the Works, Contamination (1980) Blu-ray / DVD

8 April 2015 9:35 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

You might have seen your birthday party reflected in their gleaming surfaces once upon a time. As they sang, their glazed eyes may have caught your own lively ones, and perhaps you noticed a little life in the pupils of the animatronic animal on stage. In the Five Nights at Freddy's video game, those robotic performers walk and kill at night, and Warner Bros. has taken notice of this creepy premise, as they have acquired the adaptation rights to the popular survival horror game. In our latest round-up, we also take a look at the release information for Arrow Video's Blu-ray / DVD of 1980's Contamination.

Five Nights at Freddy's: The Hollywood Reporter reveals that a Five Nights at Freddy's feature film adaptation is in development at Warner Bros.

Vertigo Entertainment's Roy Lee and KatzSmith Productions' Seth Grahame-Smith (author of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies) and David Katzenberg will produce the movie. »

- Derek Anderson

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'Django' And 'Suspiria' TV Shows In Development

8 April 2015 9:25 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

It seems, these days, television executives aren't taking meetings with young writers to hear new pitches. Instead, they're just looking to see what properties are still out there that might have a viable idea for a series. Which leads us to two cult movies getting thrown into the TV show development pile. Screen Daily reports that French and Italian producers Atlantique Productions and Cattleya are teaming up to bring Sergio Corbucci's Franco Nero-starring spaghetti western, "Django," and Dario Argento's horror classic, "Suspiria," to the small screen. Both titles have swirled around recently in the pop culture sphere, the former as one of the key influences on Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" (Franco Nero even had a small role), while David Gordon Green tried to mount a remake of Argento's, only to see it fall apart. So what will these shows bring to the table? Read More: 10 Movies »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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'Django' And 'Suspiria' TV Shows In Development

8 April 2015 9:25 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

It seems, these days, television executives aren't taking meetings with young writers to hear new pitches. Instead, they're just looking to see what properties are still out there that might have a viable idea for a series. Which leads us to two cult movies getting thrown into the TV show development pile. Screen Daily reports that French and Italian producers Atlantique Productions and Cattleya are teaming up to bring Sergio Corbucci's Franco Nero-starring spaghetti western, "Django," and Dario Argento's horror classic, "Suspiria," to the small screen. Both titles have swirled around recently in the pop culture sphere, the former as one of the key influences on Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" (Franco Nero even had a small role), while David Gordon Green tried to mount a remake of Argento's, only to see it fall apart. So what will these shows bring to the table? Read More: 10 Movies »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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'Django' and Dario Argento's 'Suspiria' Getting Classy TV Series Remakes

8 April 2015 9:23 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

In a watershed deal for the Italian television industry, two production companies have inked a development and production pact to turn the spaghetti western "Django" and the Dario Argento-directed occult horror film "Suspiria" into international TV series. French television producer Atlantique Productions and top Italian indie production company Cattleya will first re-imagine Sergio Corbucci's 1966 western — which of course spawned Quentin Tarantino's own homage, the slave revenge western "Django Unchained," along with a bevy of sequels and spinoffs— "with the grit and edginess of modern television dramas," per a press release. The overseas producers will then jump into the "smart horror" parade with "Suspiria De Profundis," from the 19th century Thomas De Quincey novel that influenced Dario Argento's stylish, seminal 1977 giallo horror. Though directors, showrunners and casts have yet to be unveiled, Argento will serve as »

- Ryan Lattanzio

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'Django' and Dario Argento's 'Suspiria' Getting Classy TV Series Remakes

8 April 2015 9:23 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

In a watershed deal for the Italian television industry, two production companies have inked a development and production pact to turn the spaghetti western "Django" and the Dario Argento-directed occult horror film "Suspiria" into international TV series. French television producer Atlantique Productions and top Italian indie production company Cattleya will first re-imagine Sergio Corbucci's 1966 western — which of course spawned Quentin Tarantino's own homage, the slave revenge western "Django Unchained," along with a bevy of sequels and spinoffs— "with the grit and edginess of modern television dramas," per a press release. The overseas producers will then jump into the "smart horror" parade with "Suspiria De Profundis," from the 19th century Thomas De Quincey novel that influenced Dario Argento's stylish, seminal 1977 giallo horror. Though directors, showrunners and casts have yet to be unveiled, Argento will serve as...

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- Ryan Lattanzio

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Sergio Corbucci's Django Heads For TV

8 April 2015 8:16 AM, PDT | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

Sorry, Quentin Tarantino fans, but the characters from Django Unchained are not headed for our telly boxes any time soon, at least outside of the movie showing on Netflix etc. Still, a French TV company wants to turn the idea of the 1966 inspiration for Qt’s film and a version of Dario Argento’s Suspiria into TV series.Django would reimagine Sergio Corbucci's cult 1960s Western, which helped turn Franco Nero into an icon and saw the coffin-dragging gunslinger take on a bandit chief. The concept was potent enough to spawn sequels, spin-offs and homages, which included Tarantino’s 2012 effort. It will be an English-language show with plans for an initial season of 12 episodes running 50 minutes each and, if successful, multiple follow-ups.There’s a similar hope for Suspiria, which would transform 19th century writer Thomas De Quincey’s Suspiria De Profundis into a series, working from the same »

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Argento To Oversee Period-Set Suspiria Series

8 April 2015 8:00 AM, PDT | shocktillyoudrop.com | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

As television becomes the home for horror revamps, the long-developing new iteration of Dario Argento’s classic Suspiria has transitioned to a series; one set at the turn of the 20th Century. Screen Daily reports Argento will serve as artistic supervisor on Suspiria de Profundis, a series rooted in his own film’s inspiration: Thomas De Quincey’s…

The post Argento To Oversee Period-Set Suspiria Series appeared first on Shock Till You Drop. »

- Samuel Zimmerman

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"Suspiria" TV Movie In The Works

8 April 2015 7:29 AM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

TV series adaptations of both the Dario Argento supernatural classic "Suspiria" and Sergio Corbucci's cult 1966 western "Django" are reportedly in development over at France's Atlantique Productions and Italy's Cattleya.

Both shows would be English-language and score an initial season of twelve hour-long episodes with potential follow-up seasons.

"Django" is described as a re-imagining of the story of first film, about a coffin-dragging gunslinger’s feud with a bandit chief. That film spawned numerous sequels and homages including Tarantino's "Django Unchained".

"Suspiria De Profundis" will be a new adaptation of Thomas De Quincey's novel of the same name which inspired Argento's 1977 masterpiece. Argento himself will serve as the series' artistic supervisor.

Whilst Argento's film was psychadelic supernatural tale set in a remote Bavarian dance academy which turns out to be a coven, the new series will be set in London and Rome at the turn of the 20th century »

- Garth Franklin

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'Django' and 'Suspiria' TV series in the works

8 April 2015 5:40 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

France’s Atlantique Productions and Italy’s Cattleya enter into two-title co-development and production deal

French drama producer Atlantique Productions and Italian outfit Cattleya have secured a co-development and co-production agreement to turn 1960s Western Django and Dario Argento’s Suspiria into TV series. 

The first, Django, will be a re-imagining of the cult 1966 Western. Atlantique Productions acquired the rights to develop and produce an English-language television series based on Sergio Corbucci’s iconic Western.

The film, which made a star out of Franco Nero, was the story of a coffin-dragging gunslinger’s feud with a bandit chief. It has spawned sequels and homages, most notably Quentin Tarantino’s 2012 blockbuster Django Unchained.

The second, Suspiria De Profundis, is inspired by the 19th century English writer Thomas De Quincey’s eponymous book, which was made into the classic Italian horror film Suspiria in 1977 by Dario Argento. Argento will serve as the series’ artistic supervisor.

Suspiria De Profundis »

- michael.rosser@screendaily.com (Michael Rosser)

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'Django' and 'Susperia' TV series in the works

8 April 2015 5:40 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

France’s Atlantique Productions and Italy’s Cattleya enter into two-title co-development and production deal

French drama producer Atlantique Productions and Italian outfit Cattleya have secured a co-development and co-production agreement to turn 1960s Western Django and Dario Argento’s Suspiria into TV series. 

The first, Django, will be a re-imagining of the cult 1966 Western. Atlantique Productions acquired the rights to develop and produce an English-language television series based on Sergio Corbucci’s iconic Western.

The film, which made a star out of Franco Nero, was the story of a coffin-dragging gunslinger’s feud with a bandit chief. It has spawned sequels and homages, most notably Quentin Tarantino’s 2012 blockbuster Django Unchained.

The second, Suspiria De Profundis, is inspired by the 19th century English writer Thomas De Quincey’s eponymous book, which was made into the classic Italian horror film Suspiria in 1977 by Dario Argento. Argento will serve as the series’ artistic supervisor.

Suspiria De Profundis »

- michael.rosser@screendaily.com (Michael Rosser)

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‘Django’, ‘Suspiria De Profundis’ Series In Works From Atlantique & Cattleya

8 April 2015 1:48 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

France’s Atlantique Productions and Italy’s Cattleya have entered a co-development and co-production agreement to fashion English-language drama series out of Sergio Corbucci’s 1966 Western Django and Thomas De Quincey’s 1845 psychological fantasy essays Suspiria De Profundis. Django, to which Quentin Tarantino paid homage in his 2012 Oscar-winning Django Unchained, is positioned as a re-imagining of Corbucci’s classic about a coffin-dragging gunslinger's feud with a… »

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‘Django’ And Dario Argento’s ‘Suspiria’ To Be Adapted Into International TV Series

8 April 2015 1:44 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Rome – Two cult Italian properties, spaghetti Western “Django” and Dario Argento chiller “Suspiria,” are set to be adapted into English-language TV skeins, in what amounts to a milestone deal for Italy’s TV industry and its efforts to become more international.

Atlantique Productions, the prominent French producer of high-end English-language drama series for the global market, and Cattleya, Italy’s top independent film and TV production company, have inked a co-development and co-production agreement to turn the two cult movies into TV series. 

The first skein, “Django,” will be a re-imagining of Sergio Corbucci’s cult Western rooted in the high-concept spaghetti Western tradition, “but with the grit and edginess of modern television dramas,” a joint press release said.

Atlantique Productions acquired the rights to develop and produce an English-language television series based on Corbucci’s iconic 1966 Western which has spawned several sequels and homages, most notably Quentin Tarantino’s »

- Nick Vivarelli

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6 compelling reasons 'It Follows' is a new horror classic

7 April 2015 5:51 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

With more than $8.5 million at the box office over four weekends, writer/director David Robert Mitchell's moody new horror film "It Follows" may not be a sleeper hit on the order of a bona fide blockbuster like "Scream," but since its release in only four theaters in early March, it's transformed into a tidy small-scale success that no one could have predicted just a month ago. Like Wes Craven's 1996 self-aware slasher, the critically-acclaimed fright flick is a true word-of-mouth sensation; it raked in so much money in limited release that distributor Radius-twc put off the film's planned VOD debut and gave it a wide release in over 1,600 theaters. To what can we attribute this unlikely good fortune? For starters, "It Follows" is good -- very good. Along with Jennifer Kent's masterful 2014 supernatural scare machine "The Babadook," "It Follows" has arrived like a breath of fresh air in »

- Chris Eggertsen

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