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‘Resident Evil: The Final Chapter’ Finally Has A Release Date!

  We have been waiting for the latest sequel to the ‘Resident Evil’ franchise for a while now. The movie was set to be filmed in 2014, but was delayed due Milla Jovonovich’s pregnancy. Earlier this year Jovonvich reported that, after delivering a healthy baby, she was ready to get filming under way. I’m happy […]

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Scarlett Johanson Wanted For The Remake Of ‘Creature From The Black Lagoon’

  Over the past several decades several attempts have been made to remake the 1954 ‘Creature from the Black Lagoon’. Now it seems Universal may actually make it happen.   The word is Scarlett Johanson is the target actress wanted to play the lead role of Kay, the object of the creature’s affection. Larger Than […]

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An ‘It Follows’ Sequel Is Already In The Works

David Robert Mitchell’s supernatural thriller ‘It Follows’ has made a big impression on horror fans. It’s no surprise that ‘It Follows’ would have a sequel. According to Entertainment Weekly, Radius-TWC has begun the early stages of development, planing out a follow up movie that will answer some of the questions that go unanswered in ‘It […]

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Be Careful You Might Catch The ‘Cooties’

Cary Murnion and Jonathan Milott’s movie ‘Cooties’ has been making it’s rounds at film festivals. After a long wait, ‘Cooties’ finally has a release date. The horror movie co-written by Insidious writer Leigh Whannell and Glee co-creator Ian Brennan will be released on September 18th in select theaters and VOD.   When a mysterious virus […]

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‘Candy Man’ Director To Give ‘Frankenstein’ New Life

Bernard Rose, the writer/director behind ‘Candy Man’ and ‘Boxing Day’, has a new spin on the classic tale of Frankenstein. The new ‘Frankeinstein’ is set in modern day L.A. and is told from the monster’s point of view. Two scientists, husband and wife, artificially create a man. When the couple is unable to cope with […]

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