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Woman in Black release date

The Woman in Black will debut in theaters on January 20, 2012. The movie stars Daniel Radcliffe and is directed by James Watkins. The story follows a young lawyer, Arthur Kipps, who is ordered to travel to a remote village and sort out a recently deceased client’s papers. As he works alone in the client’s isolated house, Kipps begins to uncover tragic secrets, his unease growing when he glimpses a mysterious woman dressed only in black. Receiving only silence from the locals, Kipps is forced to uncover the true identity of the Woman in Black on his own, leading to a desperate race against time when he discovers her true intent.

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Carrie remake movie news

Deadline reports that Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa has been brought aboard to draft a screenplay for a new version of Stephen King’s Carrie. Release in 1974, Carrie was King’s first published novel and tell the story of a high school girl who, through telekinetic powers, takes revenge on peers that have mocked her.

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The Hauntrepreneur movie news

Paramount Pictures is teaming with Michael Bay’s Platinum Dunes banner on a spec script from writer Scott Rosenberg called The Hauntrepreneur. Described as in the same vein as Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, the story is about “a family that has trouble adjusting to a new town and hires a peculiar man, the Hauntrepreneur, to help it. The man attempts to bring them together by creating a haunted house populated by an odd cast of characters”

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Double Take: A look at remakes

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Staff member, Melissa Frolich, submitted a new article: Double Take: A look at remakes.

Every year Hollywood continues to take good movies from your childhood and turn them into crap. A lot of remakes consist of B-Movie fare from the late 70’s and early 80’s, but those original movies achieved cult status and were quite entertaining.

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Hypothermia teaser trailer

Hypothermia horror movie

The Cannes trailer for Hypothermia has been released and while it doesn’t give too much away it’s certainly creepy.

Synopsis:
Hypothermia’s plot centres around two families in Maine, who go on an ice fishing trip and it looks like they catch more than they bargained for.

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50 Cent in Odd Thomas

Rapper-turned-actor Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson has signed up to the cast of Dean Koontz’s horror thriller Odd Thomas. He will join Star Trek’s Anton Yelchin, Patton Oswalt and Willem Dafoe in the movie. Odd Thomas is silently approached by the ghost of a young girl brutally raped and murdered, and through his unique ability to understand the dead, is psychically led to her killer, a former schoolmate named Harlo Landerson. With this opening, we are introduced to Odd’s world. Koontz soon discloses how Odd was named and begins, layer by layer, to show how Odd’s dysfunctional upbringing has shaped his life, and as those details are uncovered, his supernatural abilities begin to make more sense.

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Eric Balfour to direct Jesus Hates Zombies

Actor Eric Balfour has announced that he is directing the upcoming adaptation Jesus Hates Zombies. The project will mark his full-length feature directorial debut. Here’s Balfour’s statement on the matter: “It’s an honor to be a part of this project. It’s bold, unapologetic, and controversial. When I read the script I was blown away by how well the writers had given life to Stephen’s graphic novel. What most intrigued me about the project was it’s heart and message. There is plenty of comedy and action in the script but what I wasn’t expecting and am most excited about bringing to the screen is it’s message of love and faith. I love when a script can break the mold and offer something unique and I’m going to work my ass off to honor Michael and Jason’s great script, and Stephen’s fantastically unique world. The way I see it Jesus was a bad ass and a revolutionary, who better to save humanity from the zombie apocalypse than JC.”

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Rabies acquired by Image Entertainment

Variety reports that Rabies has been acquired by Image Entertainment for a U.S. release. In the film, a psychotic serial killer on the loose in the woods crosses paths with a group of unsuspecting teenagers. Soon people are dying one by one…but the bad guy isn’t who you think.

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DeadHeads poster released

A poster for the zombie comedy, DeadHeads has been released. The movie is described as: Two zombie slackers, Mike and Brent, find themselves surprisingly reborn from the dead amid a disastrous zombie outbreak. After discovering an engagement ring in his coat pocket, Mike enlists his new found zombie pal, Brent, to embark on a quest in search of his lost love. What ensues is a hilarious cross country road trip as these two reformed flesh-eating pals hitch-hike across the country as they are pursued by a team of zombie killin’ bounty hunters!

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No One Lives from WWE Studios

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Pathe UK and WWE Studios today announce that they have partnered to co-finance and distribute NO ONE LIVES, written by David Cohen, and to be directed by visionary genre director Ryuhei Kitamura (THE MIDNIGHT MEAT TRAIN).

“WWE Studios maintains a flexible business model that allows us to seek out partners to co-finance, produce and distribute films of all genres to appeal to our fans’ wide array of film tastes”

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