While most cinephiles never tire of THE SHINING, there seems to be a pronounced revival of interest in the film recently, culminating in something very cool: script pages from its cut ending.
With JOHN DIES AT THE END set to start bending minds when it
hits select theaters beginning tomorrow from Magnet Releasing, its director
spoke to Fango about the family ties involved in its production.
There's a weirdness to the circumstances of JUG FACE’s plot
that doesn't quite take hold of the entire film. That is to say, a bit
disappointingly, that a movie about prophetic pottery, incestuous pregnancy and
a pit that demands sacrifice is a lot more of a straightforward horror picture
than it sounds.
The Jeffrey Combs-starring horror film will be unveiled next
month, and we’ve got some exclusive photos to show you and info on the theaters
where it will play.
Let’s make this clear: WRONG COPS is a party. Oh, and don’t worry,
it’s appropriately blood-infused. While writer/director Quentin Dupieux (STEAK,
RUBBER, WRONG) may deny the “experimental” classification, he is certainly
known for his authentic filmmaking choices, so expect WRONG COPS to exceed all
levels of dissidence.
It doesn’t have a title as of now, but a new horror feature
from the man behind SAW and INSIDIOUS has cast its two lead actors.
As a reviewer, there is a level of professional integrity
one must consider when reviewing a film whose quality beckons for a complete
analytical annihilation. However, my responsibility is to you, the reader and
potential customer, who may be drawn in by the DVD or Blu-ray cover that
egregiously misuses such phrases as “all star cast,” “unrated director’s cut”
and “edge-of-your-seat,” and shows off bound hands and bloody knives.
The heir to the hysterical, frenzied, toweringly at wit’s
end, woman-on-the-edge throne is apparent. In MAGIC MAGIC, Juno Temple has lost
her mind. We are all the more uncomfortable for it.
British actress Gemma Arterton’s career has seen her
literally running the gamut, from big-ticket actioners like the 007 film
QUANTUM OF SOLACE, CLASH OF THE TITANS and PRINCE OF PERSIA to the intense,
confined thrills of THE DISAPPEARANCE OF ALICE CREED. Now she’s kicking butt
again as one-half of the heavily armed sibling team in HANSEL & GRETEL:
WITCH HUNTERS (opening Friday from Paramount). Arterton spoke to Fango about
her most adventurous role yet, as well as her upcoming vampire drama BYZANTIUM
and a reunion with her DISAPPEARANCE director.
Popular opinion on genre remakes tends to be that they’re
soulless product, meant to capitalize on a mildly recognizable title and often
hampered by studio notes. Audiences, rightfully so, often ask that if they
remain a constant, filmmakers could at least be granted the space to be
creative and make it their own. In an age that sees more rehashes than ever,
Jim Mickle’s American interpretation of Jorge Michel Grau’s Mexican horror
film, WE ARE WHAT WE ARE could be a standard going forward.
British fright fans have the unique chance to see the legendary 1982 sci-fi horror exploitation classic XTRO on the big screen as part of an evening of creepy culture supporting the release of actress/author Barbie Wilde’s psychosexual new novel THE VENUS COMPLEX.
Yes, there’s yet another film joining the
gingerbread-houseful of features adapting/updating the Brothers Grimm favorite—and
in this one, the story goes to pot. Read on to check out the first trailer.
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