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In our recent chat with director David DeCoteau about his latest Puppet Master film for Full Moon, we discovered that his film production company Rapid Heart Pictures just celebrated it's 10th year. Some of the outfit's movies include The Brotherhood , Leeches! and Beastly Boyz , as well as reworkings of Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven and The Pit and The Pendulum . Below is the full press release and you can hit up the official website right here . Be on the lookout for our full exclusive Puppet Master interview with DeCoteau later this week. "Launched in November, 1999 by prolific filmmaker David DeCoteau, Rapid Heart Pictures Ltd. has gone on to create over 30 successful, commercially-driven genre feature films for the worldwide market. It has become the »
Every now and again our genre sees a glimmer of hope. For every seven remakes, rip-offs, and sequels, there always pops up a project that sounds cool enough to keep an eye on. Enter James McTeigue's take on Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven.
Recently McTeigue chatted with /Film about breathing some life into this old bird.
“It’s like the poem, 'The Raven', itself, crossed with 'Se7en'," he tells the site. "It should be pretty cool. The script is really good and everyone responds to it really well. I’m in the middle of casting.”
The film will be coming courtesy of FilmNation Entertainment and Endgame and is set during the last days of Edgar Allan Poe's life, when he gets entangled in a serial killer investigation. Hit the above link for more!
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