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"The Secret In Their Eyes" is getting a remake with Chiwetel Ejiofor at the helm

When in 2010, I got the opportunity to watch the film that walked away with previous year’s Oscar Award for Best Foreign Film, Argentinian submission, “The Secrets In Their Eyes,”; I could barely contain my excitement. 402 more words

Film

Zemeckis gives a thumbs down to a Back to the Future remake

During an interview with The Telegraph, Robert Zemeckis confirmed that a Back to the Future remake would not unearth any time soon.

In fact for both him as director and co-writer Bob Gale – the two right holders of the film – this idea is not even an option for either of them during their lifetimes. 90 more words

2015

First Look At the New 'Ghostbusters' Uniforms

by Sabrina Boyd (@SabrinaKayaB)

The Ghostbusters reboot has begun filming right down the street in Everett, so it was only a matter of time before we caught a glimpse of the new uniforms. 222 more words

Features

More 'Ghostbusters' Teasers: Check Out the New Uniforms

by Sabrina Boyd (@SabrinaKayaB)

The Ghostbusters reboot has begun filming right down the street in Everett, so it was only a matter of time before we caught a glimpse of the new uniforms. 202 more words

Boston

Back to the Future Remake? Over Zemeckis' Dead Body!

2015 is Back to the Future’s year, or at least it’s sequels. We now live in the year that Marty McFly jumped forward to and even have companies fighting to make hover boards. 387 more words

Blog

Poltergeist (2015)


Poltergeist is the sort of remake that undermines the point of remakes. Offering a less satisfying film in it’s reimagining it is narrowly saved by the best special effects on offer and a story that resonates with anyone who can remember being ignored as a child. 264 more words

Horror

John's Horror Corner: A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), Wes Craven's creation of Freddy Krueger remains creepy even today

MY CALL:  Not as scary as it used to be but every bit as fun, Wes Craven’s original Nightmare is a creation that no horror fan should be without.  990 more words

John Leavengood