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Pumpkinhead Reboot in the Works

3 August 2016 8:23 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

One of cinema’s most vengeful creatures could be coming back to the big screen, as a Pumpkinhead reboot is currently in the works and could start filming as early as next year.

EW reports that Peter Block, executive producer of the Saw films, Holliston, Frozen, John Carpenter’s The Ward, and numerous other horror movies, has purchased the rights to the Pumpkinhead franchise that kicked off in 1988 with Stan Winston’s directorial debut and continued in three sequels (the latest one being 2007’s TV movie Pumpkinhead: Blood Feud).

Along with writer Nate Atkins, Block has put together a screenplay for a Pumpkinhead reboot (at this time titled Pumpkinhead) that has the same spirit of the first film without being a shot-for-shot remake. Block is currently searching for the right director to helm the reboot, and he’d like to begin filming in early 2017.

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- Derek Anderson

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Berlinale ’16: A Quiet Passion review

14 February 2016 9:45 PM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

A Quiet Passion review: A potential career-best from both director Terence Davis and actress Cynthia Nixon. The toast of Berlinale so far.

A Quiet Passion review, Berlin Film Festival, 2016. Where to begin with celebrated filmmaker Terence Davies‘ latest, A Quiet Passion? For one, we note that it is his second film to hit screens in just a matter of months following last year’s brilliant A Sunset Song. For a filmmaker who made just one film in the twelve years between 1995 and 2008, it’s quite something, but something that is truly welcomed. Here, the accomplished writer/ director delves into the little known world of prolific American poet Emily Dickinson.

The film charts the teenage life of the poet, portrayed in the earlier years by Emma Bell (Frozen, Final Destination 5), and in her latter years by Cynthia Nixon (James White, Sex and the City). A known recluse, Dickinson wasn’t famous during her own lifetime, »

- Paul Heath

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