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Horror legend John Carpenter really isn’t much of a fan of Rob Zombie anymore. And in a video that’s been unearthed by Entertainment Weekly, the veteran helmsman lets loose about the movie director over Zombie’s 2007 remake of ‘Halloween’. – Captain America: Civil War submitted for Oscars consideration – Michael Palin’s heartbreaking tribute to Terry Jones – Sam Neill confirms he’s in Thor: Ragnarok ‘Halloween’ is, of course, a true classic of the genre, made by Carpenter in 1978. ...
The future of iconic slasher movie series ‘Halloween’ is currently in doubt, as Dimension Films - the genre-based wing of The Weinstein Company (and previously Miramax), who have owned the series for two decades - have now lost the rights. Bloody Disgusting broke the news that Dimension - who had been developing a new film in the series to be entitled ‘Halloween Returns’ - no longer own the property centred on masked maniac Michael Myers, which will now instead be offered up for sale to other studios. Director Marcus Dunstan had been set to helm ‘Halloween Returns,’ having also co-written a screenplay with Patrick Melton.
Two of the most anticipated new horror movies of 2016 from two of the most prominent American cult directors of our time are set to enjoy their premiere screenings at the next Sundance Film Festival. Variety have announced the line-up for Sundance’s Midnight thread, a section dedicated to the more macabre end of independent filmmaking - and among them are the latest cinematic offerings from Kevin Smith and Rob Zombie. Kevin Smith made his name at Sundance with his ultra-low budget debut ‘Clerks’ back in 1994.
This past June saw Marcus Dunstan - director of ‘The Collector’ and its sequel ‘The Collection’ - confirmed as the new director of the latest ‘Halloween’ movie, as well as co-writer with his usual collaborator Patrick Melton. Now, fan site Halloween Daily News have conducted a lengthy interview with the director regarding his plans for the much-loved horror series - as well as shedding some light on the curious choice of title. Dunstan says he wants to make ‘The Dark Knight’ of the ‘Halloween’ series - i.e.