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‘Polaroid’ to Go Digital with Netflix Streaming Deal

After years of playing release date hopscotch, Lars Klevberg’s haunted camera picture, Polaroid, may finally see the light of day with a new Netflix deal! HNN’s Nick Banks has been covering the film’s series of unfortunate release dates since the summer of 2017,but the acquisition of Dimension Films and TWC by Lantern Entertainment has made it possible for a new distribution plan for the movie.

Deadline reports that Netflix is working on an “all rights acquisition deal” with Lantern Entertainment for Polaroid. The streaming giant has a track record of securing studio films with troubled release dates for digital releases, and their track record includes recent acquisitions such as The Cloverfield Paradox and Mowgli. In their report, Deadline notes that it could take a while for the Polaroid deal to wrap up due to the film’s initial ownership transition. Regardless of how long it takes for the film to start streaming, the announcement is good news for fans who just want to be able to watch the movie. read more

‘Child’s Play’ Remake Coming From ‘Polaroid’ Director

The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that Polaroid director, Lars Klevberg will be directing a Child’s Play remake that is set to start production this September in Vancouver.  It producers David Katzenberg and Seth Grahame-Smith will produce the film which is based on a script by Tyler Burton Smith.

Just over a week ago we reported that Don Mancini teased a Child’s Play TV series via his Twitter account. Mancini, a legendary figure in the creation of the Child’s Play series most recently returned to the franchise in 2017’s Cult of Chucky. read more

First ‘Polaroid’ Trailer Released

The first trailer for the late August horror film Polaroid has just been released.

In the Horror News Network’s Summer Horror Movie Preview, we discussed the origins of the the film, which is actually a remake of sorts, explaining that the film “…started as a 25 minute short film by Norwegian director Lars Klevberg (who is also on board for the American re-make/extension). Critics raved about the short film, and Variety described the new film as “the story of a high school loner, Bird Fitcher, who stumbles upon a vintage Polaroid camera tainted with a dark secret. She soon discovers the camera’s special power: those who have their picture taken are destined to have a tragic fate.”  If this sounds a bit like a new take on The Ring concept, you’re not alone.” read more