Our second list is a mixture of horror films and other genre titles with terrifying elements to them... all of which played a role in warping entire generations of young minds.
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Apparently, plans for another sequel to the 1984 classic have been scrapped in favor of a reboot, with Seth Grahame-Smith attached as producer. Read on for more details...
While I know most tend to associate actor Zach Galligan with the movie 'Gremlins,' for me growing up I was always a bigger fan of his portrayal of Mark in the 'Waxwork' movies. After all, he got to fight all the classic Universal monsters, go up against the Waxwork proprietor played by the great David Warner and was friends (and potentially more?) with mega-babes Michelle Johnson (China) and Deborah Foreman (Sarah).
While films that pit notorious horror icons together to ‘face off’ are far from classic cinema, there is no denying that they can be fun if taken as the mindless entertainment they are intended to be. When Freddy vs. Jason was released, it surpassed expectations by grossing over $80 million domestically. The film almost spawned a sequel, Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash.
Gremlins go Catholic.
Joe Dante’s classic Gremlins looks like it's inching closer into remake territory.
Merry Christmas, faithful FEARnet readers! As most of you know, finding a good horror themed Christmas movie is tough, because well... not many of them are good! Naturally there are the few exceptions. The original Black Christmas for example
The mastermind behind 'Gremlins' and 'Gremlins 2', Joe Dante is the king of family monster fare. Dante’s newest 3D release 'The Hole' is finally seeing the light of day.