I’ve been going to Crypticon Seattle for the last five years, and I have to say that this year’s convention was the best. It wasn’t the amazing celebrity guests though there were many including the Soska Sisters (writers/directors of American Mary) and Sid Haag (House of 1,000 Corpses). Nor was it showings of new indie […]
I’m torn about Hollywood making movies based on television shows, always have been. There are cases where it works out just fine, many others that come off as just mediocre, and then there are the ones that are just absolute excrement. Take for instance The A-Team, not a bad flick, but was an even better […]
Name calling, back stabbing, and setting things on fire with their minds. Kids these days…what will they do next?
The 2010 remake of I Spit On Your Grave was unique in a few ways. Very few horror movie remakes are considered to be better than the original, but not only was I Spit on Your Grave a better movie than the original, it was one of the goriest, grittiest films of the last ten […]
Apparently someone thinks that the classic sci-fi movie (book is better) directed by Paul Verhoeven needs to be made all over again.
In a move that is sure to get the attention of Squeenix and a near immediate cease and desist order backed by a gigantic legal department, an up and coming game developer has built an interactive demo of Final Fantasy VII using the Unreal Engine. Get it while you can!
For now you can put your nightmares to rest of Ryan Reynolds playing Ash in the upcoming remake of The Evil Dead.
When the news leaked of Starbreeze Studios remaking the classic Bullfrog isometric strategy game for the current generation as a first person shooter, the Internet just about melted down with tons of nerd rage…myself included I’m afraid to say.
I hate to be THAT gamer, but after reading the leaked information about the EA reboot of the Syndicate franchise (which hasn’t seen a new game in over 14 years), I’ve just about lost hope for gaming remakes of classic PC game series.
With all of the potential ground to cover in vampire lore and with the simple enough premise to sell, I can only wonder why Dreamworks chose to reboot the successful 1985 vampire flick Fright Night. Did we really need this?
According to Hollywood, the original 1954 Kurosawa Seven Samuari and the 1960 John Sturges remake The Magnificent Seven aren’t enough to not warrant another remake. And like all Hollywood remakes, it has to be contemporary.
At least for a while. You see, the Weinstein Company has filed an injuction against Relativity, to stop any further sale of the franchise rights to anyone other than the Weinstein’s.
You heard that right. Because nothing says gothic action flick, like Bradley Cooper. I mean, he just exudes emo. He is so emo, he might as well be a cutter.
Well, it’s been confirmed. The new Zach Snyder Superman reboot/retelling will feature none other than General Zod as the nemesis.
Lionsgate UK are remaking the 1970s British TV series The Professionals for the big screen.