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"The Crow": Cursed Reboot Back in Development Hell

Sony Pictures hit the reset on The Crow reboot. Samuel Hadida's Davis Films, Highland Film Group, and Electic Shadow acquired the rights to finance, produce and distribute the film are still looking to bring back the supernatural hero back to the big screen, according to Bloody-Disgusting. The trio is actively seeking a new director and […]

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Bill Murray Reliving "Groundhog Day" for Jeep Super Bowl Ad?

Jeep is tapping into 90's nostalgia for what looks like their Super Bowl ad, recruiting some of the cast from modern comedy classic Groundhog Day – including star Bill Murray. The cast revisited Woodstock Square and other parts of McHenry County, Illinois – where director Harold Ramis originally shot parts of the original 1993 film, […]

“Ghostbusters: After”: Bill Murray, Jason Reitman Define Franchise for Generations

"Ghostbusters: Afterlife": Bill Murray, Jason Reitman Define Franchise for Generations

The gang is back together again to pass the torch again to the next generation in Jason Reitman's Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Despite the mixed response of the all-female 2016 Paul Feig-directed soft-reboot, the 2020 film serves as a true sequel to the Ghostbusters franchise. Bill Murray, who played Dr. Peter Venkman since the 1984 original Ghostbusters, […]

"The Grudge" Stays True to Kayako in New Poster

"The Grudge" Director Discusses the Film's Canon

The Grudge didn't exactly achieve mainstream success during its opening weekend but has delivered some solid ties to the 2004 film. The '04 film also received mixed reactions during its initial release, but now the new film has some people looking at the first US film with a little more appreciation. The film only briefly […]

3 Things That "The Grudge" Actually Did Right

3 Things That "The Grudge" Actually Did Right

The Grudge has finally made its way into theaters, and audiences have been extremely vocal about their polarizing feelings on its return. The new sequel-ish adaptation attempts to walk a fine line between acknowledging and respecting its predecessors in addition to making it more modern horror — but it offers its best moments when utilizing […]

"The Grudge" Introduces a New Poster Following Tradition

"The Grudge" Introduces a New Poster Following Tradition

We're only weeks away from the release of The Grudge — a return to the popular Japanese horror franchise several years after western audiences had last seen the enraged spirit. We've been given several interviews discussing the film and its respect for continuity, footage that shows off the film's spooky atmosphere, and now even poster […]

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Castle Talk: Tara Westwood Might Be the Grudge in "The Grudge" (2020)

This episode we're chatting with Tara Westwood, who stars in Sony's new reboot (more on that later) of The Grudge. The film will release in theaters on January 3rd and is a new take on the 2004 film of the same name which itself was based on the 2002 Japanese original Ju-on. The film is directed by Nicolas Pesce and […]

Where’s My Biopic? Director Dorothy Arzner [OPINION]

Where's My Biopic? Director Dorothy Arzner [OPINION]

When it comes to pioneers of Hollywood, one of the biggest unsung heroes is Dorothy Arzner. She is the first female director in the Hollywood system also having a hand at editing and writing. Despite having only 20 films to her credit, Arzner launched the careers of some of the industry's most talented actors. Natural […]

'Ghostbusters: Afterlife': First Trailer Will Debut This Week

'Ghostbusters: Afterlife': First Trailer Will Debut This Week

Ghostbusters: Afterlife will debut its first trailer this week. The sequel, directed by Jason Reitman, recently wrapped filming. As of now, little is known about what this film will be all about. We know that the three surviving original Ghostbusters will make an appearance. Bill Murray, Ernie Hudson, and Dan Aykroyd will reprise their roles, […]

"The Grudge" Stays True to Kayako in New Poster

5 Times "The Grudge" Films Delivered Memorable Horror

The Grudge franchise based on the Japanese horror film Ju-On has provided three films with an upcoming fourth installment and there's been plenty of chilling moments from the trilogy. The fourth has already been confirmed to be connected to the 2004 film, and the first official trailer appears to strive for that same level of […]

New Domestic and International Character Posters for "Jumanji: The Next Level"

The Team Stands Together in a New "Jumanji: The Next Level" Picture

If there was a movie that took everyone by surprise it was Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle when it came out in 2017. No one was really expecting much from this sequel and the trailers were not exactly looking promising. The reviews were far from bad but no one was declaring it to be the best […]

"Charlie's Angels" Review: A Fun Female Centric Take on a Goofy Classic

3 Reasons the New "Charlie's Angels" is Worth Watching

Charlie's Angels may not have been the box office surprise that Sony Pictures hoped for, but the 2019 adaptation has more to offer than meets the eye. The new Charlie's Angels film attempts to stay within the same universe of the prior films and original series but strives to expand that world with an original […]

"The Grudge" Stays True to Kayako in New Poster

"The Grudge" Featurette Shows New Horrors and Connections to the Past

The upcoming horror film The Grudge is less than two months away, but the film is quickly looking to be a memorable experience. A new featurette with producer Sam Raimi and director Nicolas Pesce shows off some new footage for the film, with a little insight from the creative team behind the epic returning horror […]

“A Beautiful Day”: Tom Hanks Learns He’s Lives in Fred Rogers’ “Neighborhood”

"A Beautiful Day": Tom Hanks Learns He's Lives in Fred Rogers' "Neighborhood"

When Fred Rogers passed in 2003, it was difficult to imagine who could ever fill his shoes or those cardigans. How about his sixth cousin? That's what Tom Hanks found out when ancestry.com traced his genealogy and discovered his lineage converges with the former host of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. Hanks plays Rogers in A Beautiful […]

"Charlie's Angels" Review: A Fun Female Centric Take on a Goofy Classic

"Charlie's Angels" Review: A Fun Female Centric Take on a Goofy Classic

Charlie's Angels might not have a lot on its mind but it is a fun and entertaining female-centric action that we ladies don't have nearly enough of. Director: Elizabeth Banks Summary: When a young systems engineer blows the whistle on a dangerous technology, Charlie's Angels are called into action, putting their lives on the line to […]

Mark Wahlberg in Final Talks to Star in "Uncharted" Movie

Mark Wahlberg in Final Talks to Star in "Uncharted" Movie

Variety reports that Mark Wahlberg is close to returning to the long-gestating Uncharted nearly a decade after he confirmed, live on MTV, that he'd be joining the film as Nathan Drake. At the time in late 2010, with the Uncharted video game series only three years old, David O. Russell was confirmed as director and was […]


"The Grudge" Stays True to Kayako in New Poster

"The Grudge" Stays True to Kayako in New Poster

The Grudge is just months away and with every preview, poster and promotional image, it's becoming clear that the film aims to scare like the franchise is fully capable of. In a new promotional poster for the Sam Raimi film, the vengeful spirit is shown close-up, just like previous films with a very direct (almost […]