Ninety-some minutes later, I was a big fan. The film starred Robert DeNiro, Kenneth Branagh and Helena Bonham Carter and is more love story then terror piece but it has enough of both that in the end you will find the film tragic, creepy and it will tug at your heart-strings. Frank is tormented by a childhood in which he was forced to watch his prostitute mother have sex with johns I know, right? The player controls an agent sent to investigate a research ship orbiting Titan, and when he gets there he finds the crew slaughtered by genetically engineered creatures designed to operate in low oxygen. I liked how Rob took the time to tell the background of the character and give us an in-depth look at the character bringing a new creepy look to a terrifying classic killer. With a unique atmosphere that really pushes the silent, isolated nature of the station, this is a hidden gem that deserves another look. It comes from, of all people, controversial director Larry Clark, who basically turns it into a futuristic version of his movie Kids, as a group of post-apocalyptic teens sit around drinking, doing drugs and having sex -- with mutants.
He suffers dissociation and must piece together his past, figuring out what is real and what is part of his delusions before his time during the war. Easily as brutal as the original this film is the definition of exploitation filmmaking. Rent from iTunes, YouTube, Vudu, etc. In the case of the apocalyptic epic The Stand, it's actually set to become four films, an ambitious plan that in November 2014 had The Fault in Our Stars director Josh Boone writing and directing and Matthew McConaughey starring as devilish villain Randall Flagg. Campbell's 1938 novella Who Goes There? If you dismissed this on the first go-around, I say give it another chance.
Although The Uninvited is pretty decent as compared to other remakes. I actually was bored with most of these type of films. We may have double, ok, triple-checked all the doors in windows after a screening at our house. The Gate: A remake of the 1987 monster movie The Gate was confirmed in July 2009. We have reviewed our partners privacy policies to ensure that they comply with similar policies in order to ensure your data security. I enjoyed Toolbox Murders immensely.
But likewise, there are some total stinkers too. And its one of my sacred cows so I was frothing over a remake. This book is the first in a series of novels called The Vampire Chronicles. Javier Gutiérrez Before the Fall got on board to direct, and in 2013, Luke Evans was hired to star. Where to watch it: Stream on Starz.
Drawing on his background, Savini goes full throttle on the gore and zombie effects, with great results. Both of these films are utter crap and a direct slap in the face to the originals. Where to watch it: Stream on Cinemax. Remakes get a bad rap. Several tragedies befall the family and due to their proximity to an ancient burial ground that is rumored to have the power to bring the dead back to life.
Neal Moritz, the producer for the franchise, will be producing I Know What You Did Last Summer. The remake was penned by Stephen Susco, writer of and the first two Grudge films, and was to be titled The Dorm, but those plans have stalled. Romero's tale of a town that suddenly turns crazy was sort of shaggy and unfocused, while this remake has some grit and attitude -- as well as a few new wrinkles of its own. Murray Abraham deserve better; Matthew Lillard not so much. A proposed script was reportedly rejected in October 2008, and Pascal Laugier, director of the French shocker itself in line for a remake , dropped out of the director's chair in the summer of 2009.