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The Disney Channel to Produce ‘Hocus Pocus’ Remake Movie for Television

Although it was only a modest hit when it premiered in theaters in 1993, Disney’s Hocus Pocus has tremendously grown in popularity in recent years. Whether it be the tongue-in-cheek performances of Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy, the early appearance by legendary monster performer Doug Jones, or the film’s witty charm, fans of the flick just can’t get enough these days! Hocus Pocus merchandise flies off the shelves of Disney Parks shops and everyone’s favorite witches are a big hit when they appear in the “Villain Spelltacular” at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. Even so, the fans want more! Fortunately, Disney is happy to oblige. Today, we’ve learned that The Disney Channel will produce an all-new reboot movie based on the popular franchise for television! read more

Guillermo Del Toro’s The Shape of Water Theatrical Release Date Confirmed

In 2006, Guillermo Del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth presented an amazing mix of historical fiction and horrifying magical realism that solidified his position as one of the most important directors currently working in film. Because his projects are so diverse, he has not since revisited this style of storytelling. While many fans enjoy his recent works like Pacific Rim and Crimson Peak, some have been yearning for Del Toro to return to a more intimate style of storytelling found in CronosThe Devil’s Backbone and Pan’s Labyrinth. Based on early buzz, these fans may get exactly what they’re looking for this December! read more

Final Bye Bye Man Trailer Released

The final trailer for The Bye Bye Man was released today.  The film is due to be released on Friday January 13th, 2017.

The film is directed by Stacy Title, who last stepped behind the camera for 2006’s Snoop Dogg’s Hood of Horror.

The Bye Bye Man stars Douglas Smith, best known for his role as Gary (Xavier) in the short-lived HBO series Vinyl.  Fans of Vinyl will remember Smith as the lounge singer who is “discovered” by Ray Romano’s Zak Yankovich while singing a version of David Bowie’s “Life on Mars”. read more