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Slender Man Movie Gets Stomp the Yard Director

Get ready for some potentially terrifying horror movie goodness, because the Slender Man movie is finally happening. The internet legend has been practically begging for a big screen adaptation for some time, but now Screen Gems has finally put the puzzle together. A director has been hired and according to a new report, Slender Man will be shooting by spring this year.

Deadline is reporting that director Sylvain White has been tapped to bring Slender Man to life. He is best known for directing the dance movie Stomp the Yard, as well as The Losers, a somewhat under-appreciated comic book movie from 2010. He also has some experience in the horror genre, having directed I Will Always Know What You Did Last Summer. Granted, that isn't what one would call a memorable, or by any stretch of the imagination necessary horror movie, but it is enough to say he won't be coming at Slender Man blindly.
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5 Other Movie Franchises That Crashed Onto Television

  • Cinelinx
News this week came in that the final planned Divergent Series movie would be skipping the theaters and go direct to television/DVD. It’s a rare move for such a major studio franchise to make, and it got me to thinking about other movie series that fizzled and did the same. Come inside to check out a history of downward sliding franchises!

If I come off sounding a bit harsh about all this, it’s mostly due to the fact that it’s such a bizarre situation. It’s been awhile since a studio franchise had to dropped down to direct-to-television and it’s not a good thing. Sure, Lionsgate is trying to spin the information that it’s part of a planned way to jumpstart a spin-off TV series...but the reality is this isn’t how they wanted The Divergent Series to end.

It’s a failure,
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'I Know What You Did Last Summer' Remake Gets 'Oculus' Director

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'I Know What You Did Last Summer' Remake Gets 'Oculus' Director
The 90s are red hot right now, and that can only mean one thing: an I Know What You Did Last Summer remake! Sony is planning to rejuvenate the franchise, with Oculus co-writer and director Mike Flanagan adapting the original 1973 novel by Lois Duncan, which also served as the basis for the 1997 installment.

I Know What You Did Last Summer came in the wake of Scream, with self-referencial horror a hot trend in the late-90s. Kevin Williamson, creator of the Scream franchise, even provided the screenplay, with the movie earning over $125 million worldwide.

Jennifer Love Hewitt, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze Jr. and Ryan Phillippe headlined the original, which followed a group of teenagers who are stalked by a killer a year after they work together in covering up a fatal car accident. The movie spawned two sequels, 1998's I Still Know What You Did Last Summer, which included
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New Video Takes You Behind the Scenes of John Schneider's Smothered

Described as the horror version of The Expendables, "Dukes of Hazzard" star John Schneider's Smothered is noteworthy for boasting the largest number of horror icons ever to grace the screen at the same time, which is a claim that certainly grabs hold of our attention.

Want a sneak peek? Ask and you shall receive!

Fairlight Films has just dropped a new promo video in our inbox, which peels back the curtain and invites you to be a fly on the wall of the film's set, and hang out with the likes of Kane Hodder and Bill Moseley. Sounds like fun, right? Check out the behind the scenes video below!

From the Press Release

Smothered, written and directed by Hollywood legend John Schneider (Smallville, Nip/Tuck), sees horror icons Kane Hodder (Freddy vs. Jason, Jason X), Bill Moseley (The Devil's Rejects, Repo! The Genetic Opera), Don Shanks (Halloween 5, I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer
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Image Entertainment Gets Evidence on Stephen Moyer and Radha Mitchell; We Get a New Still

Image Entertainment has nailed down the distro rights for the new film from The Fourth Kind director Olatunde Osunsanmi, Evidence, and we've got the first official still from the flick for you right here. Dig it!

Stephen Moyer ("True Blood", The Caller) and Radha Mitchell (Silent Hill, The Crazies) star in Evidence, along with Torrey DeVitto (The Rite, Killer Movie, I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer), Caitlin Stasey, John Cothren, Svetlana Metinka (Trackman), Albert Kuo, Dale Dickey (Super 8) and Nolan Gerard.

The flick begins with police arriving at an abandoned gas station following a brutal massacre -- with the only evidence at the crime scene the victims' personal electronic devices, including a camcorder, flipcam, and two cell phones. With nothing else to go on, a detective must analyze the bits of found footage to piece together the identity of the killer.

More soon!

Visit The Evilshop @ Amazon!
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Afm 2011: Stephen Moyer and Radha Mitchell Find Their Own Evidence

Some quick casting news coming out of Afm pertaining to the new fright flick that is on its way from The Fourth Kind director Olatunde Osunsanmi, Evidence. Read on for the details concerning who'll be doing what!

Both Stephen Moyer ("True Blood", The Caller) and Radha Mitchell (Silent Hill, The Crazies) have joined the cast of Evidence, which includes the previously announced Torrey DeVitto (The Rite, Killer Movie, I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer), Caitlin Stasey, John Cothren, Svetlana Metinka (Trackman), Albert Kuo, Dale Dickey (Super 8) and Nolan Gerard Funk in this latest found footage detective thriller.

The flick begins with police arriving at an abandoned gas station following a brutal massacre -- with the only evidence at the crime scene the victims' personal electronic devices, including a camcorder, flipcam, and two cell phones. With nothing else to go on, a detective must analyze the bits of
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Afm '11: Stephen Moyer And Radha Mitchell Gather 'Evidence'!

Afm '11: Stephen Moyer And Radha Mitchell Gather 'Evidence'!
Late casting news out of Afm this morning has Stephen Moyer ("True Blood", The Caller) and Radha Mitchell (Silent Hill, The Crazies) joining the cast of Evidence as detectives. In Evidence, "When the police arrive at an abandoned desert gas station after a brutal massacre, they find no evidence at the crime scene except for some of the victim's personal electronics, which include a video camera, a Flip-cam, and two cellphones. With nothing else to go on, a troubled detective must analyze and piece together the footage from the personal electronics in order to figure out what the hell happened and who the killer is." The film is directed by Olatunde Osunsanmi (The Fourth Kind) and also stars Torrey DeVitto (The Rite, Killer Movie, I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer), Caitlin Stasey, John Cothren, Svetlana Metinka (Trackman), Albert Kuo and Dale Dickey (Super 8)
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Crackle Launches "Kill Count" Featuring Over 300 of the Most Creative On-Screen Kills

Crackle, Sony Pictures Entertainment’s multi-platform video entertainment network, has launched a deadly collection of horror films entitled "Kill Count". "Kill Count" features a select group of 30 of the most stomach-turning, blood-dripping, gut-spilling horror films available anywhere that catalogue the most outrageous death moments — from impalements to truck sandwiches.

From the Press Release:

For thirteen days, beginning Wednesday, October 19th, through Monday, October 31st, users will be able to watch, rate, and discuss their favorite kills on Crackle. "Kill Count" boasts more than 300 kills in its collection including, but not limited to, 35 vicious stabbings, 12 decapitations, 8 defenestrations, 7 zombie face slashings, 4 vehicular murders, and 2 spontaneous combustions ... all for 1 bloody good time.

“Crackle is excited to feature another unique program for our viewers just in time for Halloween,” said Lisa Dubbe-Herbert, Vice President, Programming for Crackle. “With such gruesome offerings as Silent Hill and Vacancy, our audience will be screaming for more.”

“Our
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Cast Ready to Submit their Evidence to Olatunde Osunsanmi

Just a day after announcing the lead for the next cinéma-vérité style fright flick on its way from The Fourth Kind director Olatunde Osunsanmi, even more casting news has come! Dig it!

According to our bros at Bloody Disgusting, Torrey DeVitto (The Rite, Killer Movie, I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer), Caitlin Stasey, John Cothren, Svetlana Metinka (Trackman), Albert Kuo and Dale Dickey (Super 8) will join Nolan Gerard Funk (pictured right) in the found footage detective thriller lensing this month in Los Angeles.

The flick begins with police arriving at an abandoned gas station following a brutal massacre -- with the only evidence at the crime scene the victims' personal electronic devices, including a camcorder, flipcam, and two cell phones. With nothing else to go on, a detective must analyze the bits of found footage to piece together the identity of the killer.

More soon!

Visit The Evilshop @ Amazon!
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Massive Cast Revealed for Found Footage Detective Thriller 'Evidence'

Massive Cast Revealed for Found Footage Detective Thriller 'Evidence'
Bloody Disgusting has some unconfirmed casting for Bold Films' Evidence, which is to be directed by The Fourth Kind's Olatunde Osunsanmi. We're being told exclusively by an tipster that Torrey DeVitto (The Rite, Killer Movie, I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer), Caitlin Stasey, John Cothren, Svetlana Metinka (Trackman), Albert Kuo and Dale Dickey (Super 8) will join Nolan Gerard Funk in the found footage detective thriller lensing this month in Los Angeles. "When the police arrive at an abandoned desert gas station after a brutal massacre, they find no evidence at the crime scene except for some of the victim's personal electronics, which include a video camera, a Flip-cam, and two cellphones. With nothing else to go on, a troubled detective must analyze and piece together the footage from the personal electronics in order to figure out what the hell happened and who the killer is."
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The Five Most Evil Assh*les in Hollywood

  • Pajiba
We like to blame stars and directors, more times than not, for the direction that Hollywood has taken in recent years, toward the proliferation of sequels, remakes, and movies based on toys, gum, rocks, and board games. But the reality is, stars don't often have the power alone to push a project through the production mill. Two of the biggest stars in Hollywood, Ben Stiller and Will Ferrell, proved that just this week in their unsuccessful attempts to get sequels to Zoolander and Anchorman made.

It's not the celebrities who wield the most power. It's the producers. And some of those producers are evil assholes. Here are the five most loathsome among them. They're the people behind the crap, and most people don't even know what they look like. I want to put a picture to their assholery. Hang their images on your dart boards while basking in the collective
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Director Sylvain White Talks The Losers

Sylvain White has a varied background as a director starting with the 2006 slasher sequel I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer to the street-dancing drama of 2007's Stomp the Yard, but White has found a home in the comic book movie genre. With The Losers opening April 23, White is already at work adapting Frank Miller's Ronin. White told MTV that comic books have always been an interest for him, which is what drew him to the project.

Well, to tell you the truth, I grew up in Paris reading a lot of graphic novels — mostly European material, but some American stuff, too. So when I was looking for projects, I always looked into the graphic novel arena. What appealed to me about The Losers was that it wasn't the typical superhero-with-superpowers thing. It was based on real characters — realistic characters — and based in reality, like a lot of
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Be There! HorrorHound Weekend March 26-28

This upcoming weekend, March 26-28, in Indianapolis is the long awaited HorrorHound Weekend Convention. Talk about a horror collector's playground, these cons always deliver with the goods. This time around they have an even more impressive guest line-up along with more films, more Masks, and more vendors! If you love horror, collectibles or masks this con is a must for you! Read more for info.

Show Hours:

Show hours are as such. Please note that early-admission tickets will be allowed an hour early entry into the convention, on Friday and Saturday Only.

Friday:

Doors Open: 5pm. Dealers Room Open Until 10pm.

(Doors Open: 4pm to Early-Admission Ticket Holders)

Saturday:

Doors Open: 11am. Dealers Room Open Until 7pm.

(Doors Open: 10am to Early-Admission Ticket Holders)

Sunday:

Doors Open: 11am. Dealers Room Open Until 5pm.

HorrorHound Weekend Guests

-George A. Romero: Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead,
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Sylvain White Will Direct Pendragon

  • Pajiba
Arthurian legend is apparently going to be the new vampire. Just you wait, in a couple of years we're going to be up to our balls in Excaliburs and round tables. Just last week in broke the exclusive news that Guy Ritchie would be directing a Warren Ellis-penned story of Excalibur. Not to be confused with the remake of the 1981 John Boorman film that Bryan Singer is attached to.

Now, there's a third horse in the race. The La Times is reporting that New Regency is developing Pendragon, which will be an origin tale of the Knights of the Round Table, using a younger cast. Whether this means it'll simply be the story of their early years, or whether they're going to Twilight-ify it and make it all angsty and teen-dreamy and, you know, shitty.... that remains to be seen.

The script for Pendragon was written by Lee Shipman and Brian McGreevy,
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'The Losers' trailer added!

Catch the trailer for Warner Bros. Pictures' "The Losers." The film stars Zoe Saldana, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Chris Evans, Idris Elba and Jason Patric. Adapted from the DC Comics/Vertigo comic. After being betrayed and left for dead, members of a CIA black ops team root out those who targeted them for assassination. Sylvain White ("Stomp the Yard," "I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer") helms from the writing by Peter Berg and James Vanderbilt based on the DC Comics/Vertigo comicbook by Andy Diggle. See it on April 9th!
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TV News: 'Call Me Fitz' Starts Production

From a press release

E1 Entertainment, Amaze Film + Television and Big Motion Pictures in association with Astral Media’s The Movie Network and Corus Entertainment’s Movie Central announced today that principal photography is underway on the Canadian original television series Call Me Fitz (working title). The series stars actor/director Jason Priestley (The Day of the Triffids, My Name is Earl, Beverly Hills 90210) as the charismatic used car salesman known as Fitz. Created and written by producer/writer Sheri Elwood (Defying Gravity), the 13‐part, half‐hour comedy series is filming an hour outside of Halifax, Nova Scotia in the Annapolis Valley region until mid‐January. The series is scheduled to air on The Movie Network (Eastern Canada) and Movie Central (Western Canada) in 2010.

In Call Me Fitz, Jason Priestley stars as Richard “Fitz” Fitzpatrick, a balls‐out, used car dealer who pushes the boundaries of acceptable behaviour just a few steps too far.
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First Official Photos of The Losers

  • HeyUGuys
Two photos from Warner Bros. comic book adaptation The Losers have made their way online.

The film’s log line is as follows:

After being betrayed and left for dead, members of a CIA black ops team root out those who targeted them for assassination.

Click the images to enlarge.

Whilst the comic itself is quite cool and the talented cast includes Jeffery Dean Morgan (Watchmen), Idris Elba (RocknRolla), Chris Evans (Sunshine), Zoe Saldana (Avatar), Jason Patric (The Lost Boys), and Ralph Macchio (The Karate Kid), I have been very skeptical about this project since Sylvain White took over directing duties.

If you are not familiar with White’s work, he is the man responsible for the atrocities known as Stomp the Yard and I’ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer. I will reserve judgement on The Losers until I actually watch the film, or at least a trailer,
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James Wan To Direct and Co-Write Castlevania

Wan-tastic! Australian film-maker James Wan has been named as co-writer and director on the long awaited 'Castlevania' adaptation project. The movie, based on the Konami developed franchise of the same name, had Sylvain White ('I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer') originally set to direct. Wan, whose probably known best for co-creating the ever popular 'Saw' franchise, has had a quiet time of late as it's been nearly 3 years since his last two directorial ...
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Castlevania Adaptation Is Dead

A Castlevania movie would seem pretty logical right now, right? Vampires are all the rage, video game adaptations have been popular for at least a decade now, and there's money to be made! But Bloody Disgusting has it from a good source that Paul W.S. Anderson's planned adaptation of the long-running video game is on hold. Sylvain White, who directed Stomp the Yard as well as the lesser known I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer, had been picked to direct the story, which would have focused on the origins of the video game's Belmont clan of vampires. But hey, that's all in the past. The idea of a movie adaptation for this video game probably isn't entirely dead, but it won't be popping up very soon. Sorry if you're disappointed.
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Paul W.S. Anderson’s Castlevania Movie is Dead

A big screen adaptation of Konami's Castlevania video game series has been in development for years now, but with Paul W.S. Anderson at the helm, it seemed destined to be just another terrible video game movie. When it was announced that Anderson would step back to take a producer role, there was a brief glimmer of hope, but then Sylvain White (Stomp The Yard, I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer) was chosen to take his place [1] in the director's chair and everyone went right back to not caring. Ian Jeffers (Death Sentence) was hired to write the script with Anderson. Well, the good news is, it looks like Paul W.S. Anderson's take on the project probably won't be seeing the light of day. The bad news is, no one else will likely have a crack at it either. Bloody Disgusting [2] reports that the movie has since fallen
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