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Cynema in Comedy & Film Finance

I read an article on Markus Persson, the billionaire developer of Minecraft and why the media says he hates being a billionaire: http://recode.net/2015/08/29/minecraft-billionaire-markus-persson-hates-being-a-billionaire/ Now I don’t know how much of this was taken out of context. I would think with that kind of expendable income, I could find a few things to at least occupy […]

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George R. R. Martin’s Skin Trade Being Developed Into A Series

A series is currently in development by Cinemax, based on George R. R. Martin’s novella ‘The Skin Trade’. The award winning ‘Game of Thrones’ author will be serving as an executive producer for the new show. The series will be penned by Kalinda Vazquez (Once Upon a Time), who will also be an executive producer. […]

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Help Bring The Hollywood Horror Museum To Life

There is currently a Kickstarter campaign to help fund the first educational nonprofit museum of it’s kind, The Hollywood Horror Museum. The museum would educate the public on the legacy of horror films, TV, makeup, art, and literature. The museum’s board includes a list of who’s who in horror, Clive Barker, Joe Dante, Tom Holland, Sean […]

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The 90s: Designer Horror

Somewhere in the 80s, someone got the idea that horror should be less frightening and more sexy and trendy. I am not sure where it happened, but a good starting point might be Michael Jackson’s Thriller. The “World Premiere Video” back when MTV aired videos and before its implosion was the thing to see. Director […]

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Cynema: Fright Night or…Why Remake When You Can Retitle?

  Posterwork for the original 1985 “Fright Night” Remaking a film falls under the old adage: “Just because you can do something doesn’t mean you should.” Netflix reviews or more accurately, article comments are dotted with such phrases like: “the film is old” or  “it’s dated.” Better yet, “it’s foreign.” All three signify a concern […]

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Underworld: Next Generation Gets Release Date

The next sequel in the ‘Underworld’ franchise, titled ‘Underworld: Next Generation’, begins filming this October in Prague. Anna Foerster, who worked with Roland Emmerich on the great disaster movie ‘The Day After Tomorrow’, will serve as director for the sequel.   Kate Beckinsale is returning as the ass kicking lead character, Selene.  Theo James will […]

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An Interview With Writer, Director, Producer Harrison Smith Of Carolco Pictures

Today I had the pleasure of interviewing Harrison Smith. Smith is a talented screen writer, director, producer and the head of  Independent Genre Development at Carolco Production. KM “How did you get started in the film industry?” HS “I was ten when my uncle gave me a Super 8 camera, I made silent movies, I […]

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This Trailer Gives Me ‘Goosebumps’

  For most of us R.L. Stine’s ‘Goosebumps’ book series and tv series were our first introduction to horror. Soon a new ‘Goosbumps’ movie will be introducing a new generation of fans to the world of horror. This time the role of R.L. Stine will be played by funny man Jack Black. In the movie […]

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Beware, The Werewolf is ‘Uncaged’ In This Indie Thriller

  Image Entertainment has acquired the rights to ‘Uncaged’, the indie film from first time director Daniel Robbins. The werewolf film, which was shot in New York, stars Gene Jones, who stared in ‘The Sacrament’ and ‘No Country for Old Men’. The film follows a young man (Ben Getz) who, after waking up several times […]

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Take Your Little Monster To See ‘Hotel Transylvania 2’ !

For all you horror fans out there with kids, you may be looking for a way to introduce your little monsters to the classic monsters of horror. Sony pictures’ 2012 animated movie ‘Hotel Transylvania’ is perfect and it’s sequel will be debuting on September 25th in theaters. Both films were written by Robert Smigel and […]

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