Tag Archives: Remakes

Fright Night 2011: Interviews with Cast and Crew

By David Katz


Fright Night (2011) is released in the UK on 2nd September giving fans of the original the opportunity to judge its steel as a remake awakening a whole new generation to this beautifully quirky horror yarn. Continue reading

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New Fright Night (2011) character posters released: Super-slick flick or suck-fest?

By David Katz


 Although die-hard fans of the original Fright Night (1985) will probably be dubious about it, September’s Fright Night remake, helmed by Craig Gillespie of Lars and the Real Girl (2007) fame, could well be the big surprise hit of the early autumn. Promising scares, thrills and some serious suburban-gothic vampire brooding, it’s lead by a starry cast headed up by Anton Yelchin as horror-buff Charley Brewster. Continue reading

Lunchtime Poll: Which Reboot Will Kill Your Soul?

In the grand tradition of Heathers this is what’s called a lunchtime poll. Each week day we’ll be asking you a pivotal question about the pictures. Today’s topic? Reboots!

Some of the below are nothing more than rumours at the moment but, given the current trend for rebooting and remaking, it’s only really a matter of time before some studio fat cat comes up with the money. They’re all pretty disquieting but which one of these reboots, or rumoured reboots, is most likely to destroy your soul?

In issue one of New Empress Magazine we ask: Why is Hollywood Eating it’s Heart out? In short: what’s with all the re-makes?