"The Evil Dead" to Be Shown in Theaters Again! 

Almost 30 years after its original premiere, "The Evil Dead" will rise again.

Writer-director Sam Raimi's masterpiece starring the memorable Bruce Campbell is one of my favorite horror movies of all time. So this news from Paste Magazine is truly a delicious treat!

I've only seen "The Evil Dead" in its VHS and DVD formats, so I'm looking forward to watching this fantasy-horror-thriller extravaganza on the big screen.

Paste Magazine tells us:

In 2010, the creators and Grindhouse Pictures will offer midnight showings of the cult classic at select Landmark theaters in the U.S., Mayfair Cinema in Canada, and more venues will be announced after the first of the year.

The always unconventional Campbell has this to say about the release: “Nothing can prepare an audience for what they are about to see, because nothing punishes an audience like Evil Dead — especially on the big screen. I’m really glad it’s back. People are gonna be hurt.”

"The Evil Dead" premiered in Detroit on Oct. 15th, 1981, soon after, the $375,000 film made $2.4 million at the box-office and achieved a cult status.

Count me in to buy tickets for this re-release. Now, if they can also do the same thing with "Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn," I'll be one happy camper.

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"Disney's A Christmas Carol" Looks to Top Box Office! Watch My Movie Review 

Do I look festive enough? :happy

"Disney's A Christmas Carol" spread Holiday cheer a wee bit early. And it's looking to conquer the box-office this weekend over Warner Bros.' "The Box" and Universal's "The Fourth Kind."

Read my newspaper review of "A Christmas Carol" right here, otherwise, check out my TV review, and, um, have a Merry Christmas! :happy

Here's more info about "Disney's A Christmas Carol" from Yahoo:

Cast and Credits
Starring: Jim Carrey, Gary Oldman, Bob Hoskins, Colin Firth, Robin Wright Penn
Directed by: Robert Zemeckis
Produced by: Robert Zemeckis, Jack Rapke, Steve Starkey

Ebenezer Scrooge begins the Christmas holiday with his usual miserly contempt, barking at his faithful clerk and his cheery nephew. But when the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come take him on an eye-opening journey revealing truths Old Scrooge is reluctant to face, he must open his heart to undo years of ill will before it's too late.
Genres: Action/Adventure, Drama, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Animation, Adaptation, Holiday and Remake
Running Time: 1 hr. 36 min.
Release Date: November 6th, 2009
MPAA Rating: PG for scary sequences and images.
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution

Visit the film's official site right here.

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"2012" the TV Show! Director Roland Emmerich Reveals! 

The disaster flick "2012" is not opening until next Friday the 13th, but now, director/producer Roland Emmerich already revealed his plans to bring his apocalyptic vision into our TV screens.

This will be one of those "gimmicky" TV shows we've all grown to love or hate. Shows like "Lost," "Heroes," and "Flash Forward."

Emmerich exclusive told Entertainment Weekly:

“The plan is that it is 2013 and it’s about what happens after the disaster,” Emmerich told EW while walking the red carpet for the 2012 premiere Tuesday. “It is about the resettling of Earth. That is very, very fascinating. (2012 writer/producer) Harald Kloser and I came up with the idea and we have the luxury of having a producer on the film who is a big TV producer, Mark Gordon. We said to Mark, ‘Why don’t you do a TV show that picks up where the movie leaves off and call it 2013?’ I think it will focus on a group of people who survived but not on the boats … maybe they were on a piece of land that was spared or one that became an island in the process of the crust moving. There are so many possibilities of what they could do and I’d be excited to watch it.”

See what network is rumored to pick up "2012" the TV series by clicking here.

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What? Oscar Talks for Sandra Bullock in "The Blind Side?" Really? 

Wow, 2009 is shaping up to be Sandra Bullock's year! And she deserves it!

First, the super-affable Bullock starred in the biggest romantic comedy of the year, "The Proposal." (Check out my fun interviews with "The Proposal" cast and crew right here)

Now, many Hollywood insiders are saying, Bullock deserves an Oscar for her performance in the upcoming "The Blind Side."

Really? We've forgiven the actress for starring in the horrible "All About Steve" already? :happy

Well, let's see. "The Blind Side" is a heartwarming true life story about Leigh Anne Tuohy (Bullock), a Southern belle who persuades her family to take in a homeless African American teen, Michael Oher (played by Quinton Aaron).

It's an against-all-odds drama that's not manipulative nor cliched.

The Los Angeles Times is saying:

"But it's Bullock, burning up the screen as an upscale Southern woman who finds her heart and soul, who should finally earn some awards attention. It's easily her best screen work since her underrated supporting turn in "Crash," but she has yet to appear on anybody's short list of best actress candidates. (This writer excluded.)"

Read more about Bullock's chances of getting an Oscar nomination by clicking here.

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UPDATE: "Ghost Rider" Sequel! Nicolas Cage to Return, and David Goyer is Taking Us to an Existential Place! 


Back in September, we told you that Columbia Pictures is revving up for "Ghost Rider 2."

Today, MTV News has reported that the franchise will not get an overhaul (a reboot if you may), but the tone is going to shift!

David Goyer ("Batman Begins") is toning down a script he wrote for a friendlier PG rating tone. Goyer tells MTV News:

"It's not exactly a reboot," said Goyer, who's currently hard at work on his "FlashForward" television series. "I hate to say it's more realistic, because he's got a flaming skull for a head, but it's a bit more stripped down and darker. It's definitely changing tone. What 'Casino Royale' was to the Bond movies, hopefully this will be to 'Ghost Rider.'"


Now, MTV News is exclusively reporting that Nicolas Cage is attached to return as Johnny Blaze, and we're going to an existential place with the sequel.

The "Ghost Rider" sequel is planned to "roll before cameras next year," according to Goyer, who also said that Nicolas Cage is currently still attached to the lead role of Johnny Blaze.

"This story picks up eight years after the first film," said Goyer. "You don't have to have seen the first film. It doesn't contradict anything that happened in the first film, but we're pretending that our audience hasn't seen the first film. It's as if you took that same character where things ended in the first film and then picked it up eight years later—he's just in a much darker, existential place."

As for where that existential place might be, Goyer wouldn't delve into specifics—mainly because he doesn't have to.

"My script is out there on the Internet," he said. "We're not changing much from it. It'll be significantly the same script."

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