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    Exclusive: Lionsgate Is Actively Developing Next 'Saw' -

    The only surprising bit of this news is that it has taken so long. I kinda liked the Carey Elwes(original survivor) leading a band of V for Vendetta types as a sort of flash mob Saw. Even @ 7 movies, this series was actually more up than down in my opinion.

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    Bruce Campbell Has Made Some Inconsistent Comments About 'Army Of Darkness 2' But It's Still Being Worked On -

    This is getting pretty crazy folks. Here’s the deal – Bruce Campbell just told Erin Darling over the weekend that Army Of Darkness 2 isn’t necessarily happening. His quote? “It’s all internet BS. There’s no reality whatsoever. These random comments slip out of my mouth or Sam Raimi’s mouth, next thing you know, we’re making a sequel.”

    Here’s the problem. Sam Raimi is still writing the film. And everyone I’ve spoken to concedes that it’s at the very least in development. Fede Alvarez told me he that “we’re not actually making ‘Evil Dead 2′ right now because the priority is Sam’s ‘Army of Darkness 2.’ But the plan of making a sequel to our ‘Evil Dead’ is very much alive.” Alvarez has also confirmed Raimi’s intent to direct the film.

    In September I spoke to Alvarez at the Eyegore awards. That was when he first told me that Sam Raimi wanted to tackle Army Of Darkness 2 first. Do you know who was standing by his side during that interview? Bruce Campbell. Granted, it was a loud red carpet and I doubt Campbell was hanging on Alvarez’s every word, but that would be an odd time for Alvarez to make such a statement if it was false.

    It was this same Bruce Campbell who told Wizard World Nashville that he was doing the film. Here’s the thing, even Campbell himself admits that Raimi is writing AOD2. He told a Seattle radio station last week, “the thing that would drive me to do it again would be working with Sam.” He concedes that the Evil Dead remake got “Rob, Sam and I working together again.” He then told another Seattle radio station that he was joking when he confirmed the film in Nashville but the confirms that Sam Raimi was writing the film with his brother Ivan and “he doesn’t always threaten that. When he actually starts writing, you go ‘okay maybe he’s not lying this time.’” People like Sam Raimi don’t just wake up in the morning and go to work on something they don’t think would ever happen, they’ve got far too much going on to waste their time on that stuff.

    My theory? Army Of Darkness 2 is most definitely being worked on. Campbell just doesn’t want to be asked about it all the time and delights in never giving a straight answer. What he means is that it’s “not real” in the sense that there isn’t a shooting date or production schedule yet, but that it’s being worked on. I think the fact that someone like me just had to spend 30 minutes putting all of this together tickles him to no end. More power to him.
    Around and around we go...
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    'The Zone' Starts Shooting In December, Is It Actually 'The Purge 2'?! -

    apparently yeah...it is

    http://www.dreadcentral.com/news/720...ge-2-confirmed

    Watching this story come together was akin to watching someone slowly putting together a jigsaw puzzle of the most violent kind. Read on for all the details that have been confirmed thus far.

    The mystery ball got rolling today when Production Weekly tweeted: "THE PURGE team of Jason Blum, Michael Bay and writer/director James DeMonaco reunite for Universal's THE ZONE, filming begins mid-Dec. in LA."

    From there Bloody Disgusting reported that the California Film Commission granted tax credits to The Purge 2 back in June, around the same time they granted tax credits to 30 or so other films, including the Entourage movie. If you’ve been following non-horror film news, you’ll know that Entourage has to start filming by January to receive those credits. The same most likely goes for The Purge 2.

    Enter Variety with this tidbit...

    James DeMonaco is returning to write and direct the sequel to his hit film The Purge for Universal and Blumhouse. Jason Blum of Blumhouse will produce through his first-look deal with Universal. Michael Bay’s Platinum Dunes and Sebastien Lemercier are also returning to produce.

    Blumhouse is in line to receive a $2.25 million tax credit from the state of California for The Purge 2, which was one of 31 projects that received a conditional approval on June 3 for California’s Film and Television Tax Credit program. If it’s cleared by the state, Purge 2 will receive the credit covering up to 25% of the budget once production is completed and an audit has established that the production funds were spent in California. The sequel would have to begin shooting by the end of the year and meet several other requirements if it’s to receive the credit.
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    [AFM '13] Universal International Gets 'Cooties' -

    Looking forward to this...Elijah Wood is a big genre fan and seems to gravitate towards nicely odd projects.

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    Dark Sky Producing All Female Horror Anthology 'XX' -

    as much as I HATE V/h/s...I am very very happy to see the anthology come back as a viable alternative. Seriously, check out Theater Bizarre and ABC's of Death. Both should be on NetFlix.

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    [AFM '13] New Art, Stills For Crazy Festival Fav 'Witching & Bitching'! -

    after the Last Circus...cannot wait to see this. Surprised it wasn't an AFI entry.

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    Willow Creek (2013) Review - Dread Central

    AFM 2013: Dark Sky Follows Willow Creek to Find Bigfoot - Dread Central

    The sliver of sasquatchploitation from Bobcat Goldthwait, Willow Creek (review), has scored itself some domestic distribution via Dark Sky Films, and we have the details for you right here to dig on!

    Deadline reports that Bobcat Goldthwait has inked a deal with MPI for all U.S. rights to his latest thriller, Willow Creek. The pact adds the Bigfoot chiller to MPI’s Dark Sky line-up. Following recent Goldthwait films World’s Greatest Dad and God Bless America, Willow Creek puts a faux-docu spin on the Bigfoot mythos as seen through the eyes of an aspiring documentarian (Bryce Johnson) and his skeptical actress girlfriend (Alexie Gilmore) as they take a tour of Northern California’s Trinity National Forest in search of Sasquatch. Goldthwait wrote and directed the film, which will get a spring theatrical release in Q2 2014.
    Bobcat is really a very good filmmaker. Really nice dark mind. I look forward to this.
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    Been pimping this one

    DVD REVIEW: THE REVENANT | CHUD.com

    since I saw it at Screamfestla a couple years ago...Why stop now?

    The Revenant has been in distribution Hell for a few years and that’s fairly apparent as it reeks of Bush-era cynicism. I’m not sure how much subtext was intended and how much I inferred but the writer/director Kerry Prior obviously has something to say. The feel of the movie is something that isn’t often attempted and usually fails when it is.

    The make-up and special effects are well beyond what I would have expected from a movie with a budget like this one. This is probably largely due to Writer/Director Kerry Prior’s past as a make-up artist on such effects heavy films as The Blob, Phantasm 2 and 3, Nightmare on Elm Street 3 and 4, The Abyss, and The Lost Boys.

    Dark comedy is hard to do. Often times a movie will go too dark (see: Very Bad Things) and it won’t be very funny as a result or maybe it will skew too funny (see: You Kill Me) and it won’t be very dark even movies with a fair amount of both have often come across schizophrenic in tone (see: Hancock.) In this case the two themes are blended with one slowly giving way to another and then back and forth with a grace that makes the change from one to the other hard to notice. The movie starts extremely dark but slowly bleeds in the comedy with banter between Bart and Joey followed by some sight gags which give way to gallows humor and then things get darker until they’re serious again; this happens several times throughout. This tonal shift is best encapsulated in a scene toward the end that is destined to become The Revenant’s most iconic, I won’t spoil it but you’ll know when you see it because you’ll be heartbroken and laughing at the same time.

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