Greg Nicotero is bringing back one of our favorite Horror anthologies to the small screen. Creepshow the collaboration originally spawned by George Romero and Stephen King the gave us the chills at the cinemas was a clear precursor to the idea of the Horror Anthology
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Officer Mahoney was on twitter the other week and tweeted "The next Police Academy is coming, no details yet, but it is in a gift bag being readied". You all can go and backtrack Steve Guttenberg's twitter feed to see it.
If it's true then he'll
The full details aren't known yet but, it looks like John Carpenter isn't going away anytime soon.
I read a rumor or a tease from another site that John Carpenter might be turning his cult-classic , box office bomb PRINCE OF DARKNESS (1987) into a series
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It's after one in the morning and I've just now seen the trailer to something that looks like a movie that is finally up my alley. Finally a movie that can keep my attention. "Sorry, To Bother You" was a great film, I loved it.
I was pleasantly surprised today while watching a new episode of Bon Appétit on YouTube. When the subject of listening music while cooking and one of the cooks in the kitchen decides to name drop TIMECOP 1983 and goes into sharing his earbuds with the
In a time of neo-fascism, corporate leaning politics, xenophobia and police shootings. People want to know there is a hero out there ready to take it all on his shoulders and chuck it off a cliff into shark infested waters. We need a hero in
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I know everyone right now is celebrating Michael Jackson on his what would've been his 60th birthday. Happy Birthday, Jacko. But, I wanted to remember another B-List celebrity of the 1980's, better known as the host of Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous and the
It is with much great pleasure and good cheer that I finally bring to you - The first movie in the Young & Dangerous series. This will probably be your first viewing of this film and I'm sure will instigate interest in this great franchise
Back 40 Productions announced production has begun on a retelling of David Cronenberg's 1977 film RABID with Jen & Sylvia Soska (Dead Hooker in a Trunk, American Mary and See No Evil 2) and John Serge directing the film.
Further details released were as follows: Laura