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Old 20th April 2018, 06:56 PM
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My school of thought is to treat it as a rumour until they are in cinemas or have been released straight to DVD/Blu-ray/Netflix/Prime Video.
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I mean after all some films have been in rumours of a remake for years
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Old 20th April 2018, 10:02 PM
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Whilst I would happily sit through a redo of Zombie Lake ... so it resembles this ...
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Old 20th April 2018, 10:10 PM
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I wasn't aware they did this as a remake..

Doesn't look that particulary that good anyway


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Old 20th April 2018, 10:36 PM
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The thing with Meatloaf? It's nae a remake
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Old 21st April 2018, 01:41 AM
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It's not a remake.

It is bloody awful though.
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Old 24th April 2018, 09:18 PM
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https://movieweb.com/suspiria-remake...hnson-therapy/




Actress Dakota Johnson reveals that the Suspiria remake is so messed up that it made her go into therapy after filming ended.

Anytime that an iconic movie of any genre is being remade, there's a huge amount of skepticism from fans who are worried about ruining the legacy of the original film. That's exactly what happened when it was announced that Academy Award nominated director Luca Guadagnino was taking on Dario Argento's Suspiria. There's still a healthy amount of doubt in the air regarding the Suspiria remake, but star Dakota Johnson has just made a pretty bold claim about how intense it is, revealing that it sent her to therapy.



Dakota Johnson plays the main character, Susie Bannion, in the Suspiria remake, taking on the role that Jessica Harper (who also has a role in the remake) played in the original horror classic. For those worrying about how intense and scary the Suspiria remake will be, Johnson has some comforting news. Apparently, the conditions on the set were perfect for a horror backdrop, but not optimal for living, according to Johnson, which sent the actress over the edge. She had this to say.

"(Filming Suspiria), no lie, f*cked me up so much that I had to go to therapy. We were in an abandoned hotel on top of a mountain. It had 30 telephone poles on the roof, so there was electricity pulsating through the building, and everyone was shocking each other. It was cold as shit, and so dry."
The Suspiria remake was originally announced back in 2008 by David Gordon Green, but the project fell apart due to funding issues. In September 2015, Luca Guadagnino announced that he was going to remake Dario Argento's horror classic, with much of the cast returning from his movie, A Bigger Splash. Guadagnino described his approach as an "homage" to the emotions he felt watching Suspiria rather than a remake, noting that, "Human art is not about inventing originality, it's about finding a new point of view."

The original Suspiria soundtrack by Italian progressive rock band Goblin is just as influential as the movie, so fans have been wondering about how the score will measure up to the original as well. Radiohead's Thom Yorke is responsible for the new score and revealed that he was "terrified" to complete the work. Seeking inspiration, the musician watched the original Blade Runner to listen to what Vangelis did with that film's score and has been encouraged by director Luca Guadagnino to find his own voice while creating the score.

Suspiria is expected to be released sometime this fall through Amazon Studios. In addition to Dakota Johnson, the remake also stars Chloe Grace Moretz and longtime Luca Guadagnino collaborator Tilda Swinton. The remake has some considerable amount of hype surrounding it, and if Johnson's words about the movie are to be believed, fans are going to be in for a horrific treat. More news about the release date of the Suspiria remake is expected to be announced soon. In the meantime, you can read the whole interview with Dakota Johnson at Elle.
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Oh God no. Not Thom Yorke for the Suspiria soundtrack.

I'm falling asleep just thinking about it.

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Ah, thought my mate was joking. Watching trailer. Sewing sides together again. End of.
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https://read.ilovehalloween.net/fred...on-remake-soon


'Freddy Vs Jason' Is Reportedly Getting A Remake After 17 Years
According to a new report, the blockbuster slasher flick from 2003 is set to get a remake and horror fans can't wait for it to happen.

Slasher fans may just have a new movie to cling on to! Yes, according to We Got This Covered, the brains behind the A Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th are looking to reintroduce Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees onto the big screen once again.

As per the report, the two iconic horror characters, who struck fear in the hearts of millions of moviegoers worldwide, could be back once again to beat the hell out of each other. Wes Craven's Estate who have just bought the rights to the Nightmare franchise is said to be hearing pitches to take the franchise forward and is considering a partnership with the makers of the Friday the 13th series.

No concrete inroads have been built, however, as the legal dispute behind the Friday franchise is still yet to be resolved. The report goes on to say that the movie will go forward once the rights issue gets resolved, which they expect will happen this year. That's not all the news there is, WGTC also reveals that the makers are looking to bring in a new A Nightmare on Elm Street and a Friday the 13th movie as a prequel to set up the major crossover Freddy vs. Jason. This comes weeks after reports claimed that Robert Englund was looking to star in a cameo in yet another A Nightmare on Elm Street reboot. Another report a few weeks ago revealed that Lord of the Rings star Elijah Wood and his production company SpectreVision had shown his willingness to reboot the popular series. It remains to be seen whether Wood's company would be working with Wes Craven's Estate and New Line Cinema, the makers of the Friday the 13th series or there's something else coming up altogether.

The original crossover Freddy vs. Jason movie initially hit the theatres in 2003 and was 8th movie on the A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise and the 11th Friday the 13th lineup. Despite being critically panned (41% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes), the movie turned out to be among the highest grosser for either series, raking in $116.6 million on an initial budget of $30 million. The movie featured Robert Englund and Ken Kirzinger in titular roles with supporting roles from Monica Keena, Jason Ritter, Kelly Rowland, Chris Marquette, Lochlyn Munro, Katharine Isabelle, and Zach Ward among others.

The film starts with Robert Englund's Freddy being unable to haunt the residents of Springwood, Ohio, in their dreams and most of them have already forgotten him. In order to strike fear in their hearts, Freddy resurrects Ken Kirzinger's Jason and manipulates him into traveling to Springwood to cause panic and fear. This sparks rumors that Freddy has returned, thereby setting the scene up perfectly for Freddy's return. However, as it turns out Jason's popularity leaves Freddy with little to do by depriving him of potential victims. This angers him and the resultant climax is the culmination of the fight between the two natural
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