Salem’s Lot Remake Reportedly Moves to Max, WB Disputes In Statement

It sounds like the upcoming Salem’s Lot remake may be headed to Max instead of theaters according to a new report. Variety has reported that Warner Bros. is looking to send the Stephen King adaptation remake — which was originally filmed in 2021 with an intended 2022 release date — straight to its Max streaming … Read more

‘Barbie’ Writer Thought the Movie ‘Was a Terrible Idea’

Noah Baumbach thought that Barbie was a terrible idea. The 54-year-old screenwriter co-wrote the smash hit movie with his partner Greta Gerwig but explained that he initially suspected that the project would be a failure. Speaking at a screening at the Writers Guild of America West, Noah said: “I thought it was a terrible idea … Read more

Looking for Loneliness: Wayne Wang on His Career | Interviews

As his career went on, I watched as he made films with Japanese heroes, Korean, Hispanic, African-American, men, women. His films essayed the Richmond District in San Francisco, the corner-spot bodegas of Brooklyn, back to Hong Kong, where he was born to watch it return to Chinese rule, then away to the distant past, the … Read more

Lioness Season 1 Blu-ray Release Date, Special Features

Paramount announced the Special Ops: Lioness Season 1 Blu-ray release date on Tuesday, confirming that the series would be arriving on physical media next year. When does Special Ops: Lioness Season 1 release on Blu-ray? The Special Ops: Lioness Season 1 Blu-ray release date is set for January 23, 2024, when the series will arrive … Read more

Thanksgiving John Carver trailer

In a new trailer for the slasher movie Thanksgiving, director Eli Roth and cast members build up the legend of John Carver The killer in director Eli Roth‘s long-awaited slasher movie Thanksgiving, which is set to reach theatres on November 17th (that being the Friday before Thanksgiving this year), wears a mask inspired by John Carver, … Read more

Coffee Table Books on The Wicker Man and Halloween Should Satisfy Horror Fans | Features

Abbie Bernstein’s chronicle of the making of 2018’s “Halloween,” 2021’s “Halloween Kills,” and 2022’s “Halloween Ends” feels at first like a collection of film stills, one of those books with a massive photo from the film itself or a behind-the-scenes shot on every page. While that kind of art book is valuable for fans of … Read more