Nicolas Pesce


"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 […]

"The Grudge" Introduces a New Poster Following Tradition

"The Grudge" Director Discusses the Future of the Franchise

The Grudge officially arrives in theaters this weekend, marking the return of the Japanese-inspired horror icon in a brand new adaptation. The film is said to respect the concepts of both the Japanese film in addition to the US reboot and naturally, there are questions surrounding the future of The Grudge before we've even seen […]

"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 […]

Interview: Nicolas Pesce on Flipping Giallo's Gender Dynamics in 'Piercing'

At Fantastic Fest 2018, Castle of Horror Co-host Tony Salvaggio sat down to discuss director Nicolas Pesce's new dark genre adaptation of Ryû Murakami's cat and mouse psycho-thriller Piercing. Pesce shares his ideas on adapting the book, evoking a mood in a minimalistic story and his influences both film and musically to Italian giallo movies. […]