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The Night House Writers Pitched A Halloween Reboot That Kept Things Simple

Who out there has seen “Halloween Kills” already? It hits theaters and the Peacock streaming service this weekend and the response from critics has been mixed, though our own Marshall Staffer’s non-spoiler review from the Venice International Film Festival last month leaned positive.If you don’t have Peacock and haven’t ventured out to the theater for “Halloween […]

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Clips Round-Up: The Night House Expertly Creeps, Richard Pryor Sabotages Himself, Tethered Hunts A Suspect [Exclusive]

(Welcome to SlashClips, a series where we bring you exclusive clips from hot new Digital, Blu-ray and theatrical releases you won’t see anywhere else!)In this edition:”The Night House” The Ultimate Richard Pryor Collection “Tethered”With release windows getting smaller and smaller these days, its no surprise to see a smart, critically acclaimed horror flick like “The […]

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Exclusive: ‘Dawn Breaks Behind the Eyes’ First Look Ahead of its Popcorn Frights Premiere

Miami’s Popcorn Frights Film Festival kicked off last night with David Bruckner’s chilling The Night House. Festival programmers Igor Shteyrenberg and Marc Ferman have safely curated a combination of in-person screenings this weekend as well as virtual screenings that will be available until next Thursday, August 19. One of the crown jewels of the festival […]

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David Bruckner On ‘The Night House,’ Being Scared of Rebecca Hall, Rebooting ‘Hellraiser’ & More [Interview]

Hitting theaters next week, David Bruckner’s “The Night House” is a psychological horror with all the dials cranked up to 11, an unsettling exploration of grief and mortality that matches the intensity of that subject matter with brutal jump-scares, nerve-rattling sound design, and enough menacing ambience to keep your stomach in knots.Read More: ‘The Night […]

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‘Hellraiser’ Reboot Coming From ‘The Ritual’ and ‘The Night House’ Director David Bruckner

That Hellraiser reboot is still happening, and it has found its director. Last year, word broke that David S. Goyer was writing and producing a new take on Clive Barker’s horror classic, and now the project has attached David Bruckner to helm. Bruckner directed segments in horror anthology films V/H/S and Southbound, as well as […]

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‘Tales from the Loop’: Rebecca Hall Explains How the New Amazon Show Explores Time

I am happy to sound like a broken record by repeating this; the world needs more Rebecca Hall! My current urgency to shout that out as much as possible likely has something to do with the fact that I’m still quite obsessed with her under-seen 2017 release, Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, and I […]

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Memo to Distributors: Buy These 2020 Sundance Film Festival Movies

This year’s Sundance market was filled with questions, but buyers didn’t waste any time. (Browse the full list of acquisitions here.) By the end of the first weekend, it already featured the biggest sale in the festival’s history as well as the biggest documentary sale. Countless other buzzy projects landed homes at companies ranging from […]

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