Posts Tagged ‘remake’

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Review: BLACK CHRISTMAS (1974)

by Meredith Grau http://facebook.com/quoththemaven . Best Bad Quote: “Ho, ho, ho, shit.”

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PREDATOR Getting a Sequel, Not a Remake

The internet was abuzz when news broke that Shane Black (Iron Man 3, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang) would be directing and co-writing the screenplay to a remake of the 1987 sci-fi action movie.

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Remaking that S**t: KICKBOXER

I know, not the way you wanted to start off your Monday morning. Mine either. Remaking Maniac Cop was one thing, but Kickboxer? For shame.

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Remaking that S**t: MANIAC COP

Before fans of William Lustig’s iconic cult film freak out, you should know that Nicolas Winding-Refn is producing it alongside Lustig and Ed Brubaker, who wrote Captain America: The Winter Soldier is penning the script.

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Review: ROBOCOP (2014)

Let me introduce you to our newest film reviewer, Casey Nielsen. If bad movies were a fine wine, Casey would be a sommelier. But since they’re more like grape flavored sizzurp, Casey is the Lil’ Wayne of bad movies. Minus the prison record, face tattoos or platinum grill.

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BAD MOVIE NITE Presents THE WICKER MAN

If you live in Los Angeles and you haven’t experience Nicolas Cage at his magnificent worst, you owe it to yourself to come to our screening.

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Remaking that S**t: THE ABOMINABLE SNOWMAN

Hammer Films, best known for their B-movie-esque horror films of the 1970’s, is back in the game and is tackling bringing back the Yeti.

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31 Days of Bad Horror Movies: #4 THE WICKER MAN (2006)

Nicolas Cage is usually terrible in everything, but he reaches a new glorious low in this remake.

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31 Days of Bad Horror Movies: #25 A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (2010)

The only thing worst than rebooting one of the best horror franchises of all time, is having Michael Bay on board as executive producer.

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Remaking that S**t: DAY OF THE DEAD

Many thought, ourselves included, that the zombie film craze would crash and burn with the inevitable flop that was sure to be World War Z.