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August 29, 2018   Jules   'Halloween' Be first to comment

Jamie Lee Curtis’ “Halloween” has been selected as the opening night film of the 14th edition of Fantastic Fest on Sept. 20 at the Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar in Austin, Tex. Read More here

August 29, 2018   Jules   'Halloween', DVD Alert Be first to comment

While already confirmed, Bloody Disgusting can exclusively detail the release of John Carpenter’s Halloween on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack (plus Blu-ray), stalking Haddonfield on September 25 from Lionsgate. Read More here

August 12, 2018   Jules   ‘The Fog’ Be first to comment

Yesterday we told you that New York-based Rialto Pictures will be releasing John Carpenter’s landmark horror movie The Fog in theaters on October 26th, in its first-ever major restoration. The horror classic, in a full 4K restoration from Studiocanal, opens for limited runs at the Metrograph, in New York, Landmark’s Nuart in Los Angeles, and The Music Box Theatre in Chicago. Additional screenings will occur during the week of Halloween throughout the Alamo Drafthouse circuit and other specialty theaters. Read More here

July 29, 2018   Jules   'Halloween' Be first to comment

Jamie Lee Curtis explains why they went back to only the first Halloween in the new movie, no longer making Michael and Laurie siblings. Read More here

July 17, 2018   Jules   'Halloween' Be first to comment

David Gordon’s Halloween will have a place at this year’s San Diego Comic Con, as confirmed by Jamie Lee Curtis herself. San Diego Comic Con is the ideal place for studios and networks to reveal footage, concept art, and share big announcements regarding their upcoming projects – especially during panels held in Hall H, where the biggest studios generally have a reserved spot. Read More here

July 17, 2018   Jules   'Halloween' Be first to comment

“Halloween” fans are eagerly anticipating Jamie Lee Curtis’ return to the role of Laurie Strode, cinema’s most iconic avenging babysitter. It turns out, they have Jake Gyllenhaal to thank for it. The actor is a family friend — Curtis refers to him as her “unofficial godson” — and he tracked her down while she was on vacation in the mountains with her husband, actor Christopher Guest, to put in a plug for David Gordon Green, the reboot’s director. Gyllenhaal urged Curtis to take Green’s call. The two had worked together on 2017’s “Stronger,” which Gyllenhaal told Curtis was the greatest experience of his professional career. Curtis and Green hit it off immediately. Green, best known for comedies like “Pineapple Express” and dramas such as “Undertow,” reminded Curtis of John Carpenter, the director of the original 1978 “Halloween.” Read More here