A remake of ‘80s cult horror classic “Poltergeist” was announced in 2011, but not much information about the project had been scared up until now. What was once thought to be a complete reboot might instead be a sequel, if two recent reports are to be believed.
Earlier this week, Bloody Disgusting posted a short synopsis of the movie, which would follow a similar trajectory to the original, focusing this time… Continue reading 'Poltergeist' Reboot May Actually Be a Sequel
Well, “Scandal,” since you asked …
(You might find these queries spoilery. In which case, you know not to read past here, don’t you?)
Are we supposed to take David’s pilfering of the Cytron card as a righteous act against the people who have made his life hell this past season, or a straight-up heel turn against the people who then tried to help him fix… Continue reading 'Scandal' - 'Any Questions?' Several, actually
In this weekend’s “The Possession,” a young girl buys an antique box at a yard sale, unaware that it is actually a Dybbuk Box, a container from Jewish folklore that is used to house an ancient evil spirit. She begins exhibiting Linda Blair-in-”The Exorcist”-style tendencies and at one point, a hand crawls up from the back of her mouth. The movie’s hype has been based around the fact that it… Continue reading Horror Movies 'Based on a True Story': Did They Actually Take Place In Real Life?
The guy who wrote ‘Love Actually’ and ‘Notting Hill’ might not be the first person who jumps to mind when thinking about ‘War Horse,’ but it’s hard to imagine the touching new Steven Spielberg film working without Richard Curtis. After all, Curtis — and fellow credited ‘War Horse’ screenwriter Lee Hall — had one of the toughest jobs on the new film, an adaptation of Michael… Continue reading Richard Curtis on 'War Horse,' Working With Steven Spielberg and the Prescience of 'Love Actually'