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8 items from 2014


[Yuletide Terrors] Day 10: Jack Frost

10 December 2014 6:18 PM, PST | Destroy the Brain | See recent Destroy the Brain news »

Throughout the month of December, we will be highlighting a film a day that has some tie into the holiday somehow. Some titles will be obvious, others won’t be. Some films will be good and, again, others won’t be. However, we think all titles are worth your time whether to give you chills inside your home or to make you drink more eggnog until you puke laughing.

After 5 years, 11 states and 38 murderers Jack Frost’s rampage has come to an end. And soon so will he, Frost is being transported to his execution. But an accident on a snowy night, with a truck full of chemicals changes his DNA and mutates Jack into a killer snowman. In his new form, Jack makes his way back to the town of Snowmanton (yes, really) to kill the Sheriff Tiler (Christopher Allport) that arrested him.

Much like Santa’s Slay, Jack Frost »

- Jeremy Jones

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Jack Frost, the Abominable Snowman, Your Mom's Fruitcake & More Christmas Nightmares

5 December 2014 1:13 PM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Honestly, we wish visions of sugar plums danced in our heads, because every December we are haunted. The holiday season is a spooky time! Naughty lists, lumps of coal, made-for-tv movies starring Rob Lowe—when you think, about it there are a lot of yuletide messages of "don't mess up or you'll be wrapped in chains and/or burned." Sure, there is lots of merriment too, but let's take a moment to recognize the frightening side of these fearful festivities. And please don't take this as an excuse to insult your mother's fruitcake, because a Grim Reaper ghost will probably call you out on it.   1. Jack Frost: Michael Keaton eyebrows + talking, animated snowman = »

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Counting down the 10 darkest holiday movies, in honor of 'The Santa Clause'

11 November 2014 10:33 AM, PST | EW.com - PopWatch | See recent EW.com - PopWatch news »

The Santa Clause is 20 years old today—and while the series spawned a trilogy of family-friendly holiday films, we can't forget the franchise's dark origins. Tim Allen's Scott Calvin becomes Santa Claus by accidentally causing the original St. Nick to fall to his doom. Sure, the film pushes a "seeing is believing" message and includes plenty of warm and fuzzy holiday cheer—but it still starts off with the death of Santa Claus. The Santa Clause isn't the only movie to put a dark spin on the holiday season; there's a long and storied cinematic history of strange, bleak, »

- Jonathon Dornbush

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Santa Claus: Private Eye - A Sitdown with Jeremy Bernstein

3 November 2014 4:56 PM, PST | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

I had the opportunity to sit down with Jeremy Bernstein, writer of all kinds of things such as Leverage, Pretty in Pink, Dead Space 2, and now his new Thrillbent comic Santa Claus: Private Eye. If the name of the book caught your attention, you are definitely not alone. In our chat we touched on his new book, how it came about, and even talked some Dead Space to boot, so without further ado, here is our conversation:

Matt Mueller: I got to go through the first four chapters of Santa Claus: Private Eye. I really enjoyed it. Can you go into some detail of how the whole project and getting the artist, and the colorist etc. came about?

Jeremy Bernstein: A lot of it came through Thrillbent. You know, I had had the idea. I had been sitting on it for awhile, I worked with John Rodgers when I was on Leverage, »

- Matthew Mueller

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We’re Getting Another Krampus Movie, This One From Trick ‘R Treat’s Michael Dougherty

9 May 2014 1:34 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Even though Kevin Smith already announced he’d be directing his own Christmas horror anthology Anti-Klaus, originally titled Comes The Krampus, Legendary has decided one movie about the hellish Bizzaro Santa Claus wasn’t enough – so they greenlit their own! Yup, throwing their hat into the holiday horror ring, Trick ‘R Treat director Michael Dougherty has been tapped to direct Krampus, a “a twisted horror comedy” said to be reminiscent of Dougherty’s Halloween anthology Trick ‘R Treat.

Dougherty has been hired to direct and co-write the project along with scribes Todd Casey and Zach Shields, a decision that will surely upset Trick ‘R Treat fans who have been patiently waiting for their long-teased sequel. While it was announced back in October that Dougherty would in fact be writing and directing Trick ‘R Treat 2, his involvement with Krampus is sure to push back any sequel work he’d previously planned. »

- Matt Donato

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Beetlejuice recap: Michael Keaton reaps a whole new reputation

2 March 2014 2:00 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

This afternoon at 2.50pm we shall see how Channel 5 copes with the profane, graphic, sexual antics of Tim Burton's cult film

Michael Keaton to return in Beetlejuice sequel with Tim Burton

"Let's turn on the juice and see what shakes loose" – Beetlejuice

Today, Channel 5 is broadcasting a timely showing of Tim Burton's 1988 classic Beetlejuice. Why so timely? Because just last week its star Michael Keaton suggested that Burton was keen on the idea of a sequel. All of which makes this the perfect time to assess whether or not Beetlejuice 2 needs to happen. Or at least it would, were Channel 5 not broadcasting it in the middle of the day. This is Beetlejuice, after all – scary, sweary, faintly graphic, prostitute-starring Beetlejuice. It might have been turned into a cartoon at one point but, still, Beetlejuice is a little too adult for Channel 5's Jumanji slot, isn't it?

So who »

- Stuart Heritage

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Beetlejuice recap: Michael Keaton reaps a whole new reputation

2 March 2014 2:00 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

This afternoon at 2.50pm we shall see how Channel 5 copes with the profane, graphic, sexual antics of Tim Burton's cult film

Michael Keaton to return in Beetlejuice sequel with Tim Burton

"Let's turn on the juice and see what shakes loose" – Beetlejuice

Today, Channel 5 is broadcasting a timely showing of Tim Burton's 1988 classic Beetlejuice. Why so timely? Because just last week its star Michael Keaton suggested that Burton was keen on the idea of a sequel. All of which makes this the perfect time to assess whether or not Beetlejuice 2 needs to happen. Or at least it would, were Channel 5 not broadcasting it in the middle of the day. This is Beetlejuice, after all – scary, sweary, faintly graphic, prostitute-starring Beetlejuice. It might have been turned into a cartoon at one point but, still, Beetlejuice is a little too adult for Channel 5's Jumanji slot, isn't it?

So who »

- Stuart Heritage

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What If Michael Keaton Had Left Hollywood In 1985 To Become a Monk?

15 February 2014 7:00 AM, PST | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

This is another edition of Short Starts, where we present a weekly short film(s) from the start of a filmmaker or actor’s career.  Whatever your feelings are about the new RoboCop remake, there’s no denying that it’s great to see Michael Keaton up on the big screen again with such a prominent role. The actor hasn’t been in a lot of movies over the past decade, and in those he has done he’s mostly played some young starlet’s father. Or he’s merely provided his voice for a few minor Pixar characters. And now in 2014 alone we get to see him stand out in three movies, including RoboCop, next month’s Need for Speed and, best of all, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s Birdman, in which he’ll star, reflexively, as a washed-up actor best known for having portrayed a superhero in the movies. If »

- Christopher Campbell

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