One of the more intriguing films arriving this fall is Kimberly Peirce's adaptation of Stephen King's 'Carrie.' Although the film has a big legacy to live up to (Brian De Palma's 1976 version is a classic), there are enough interesting elements in play here to keep us intrigued. Does a newly released motion poster offer additional hope for this project?
Yes, the summer blockbuster season is just getting started, but let's not forget another beloved genre: horror. Horror fans have just as much to look forward to as fans of geek properties in 2013. We've got a list of our most anticipated horror films for the rest of the year -- films promising spooks and scares, blood and gore, and all manner of things that get under our skin
"You Will Know Her Name" is perhaps an odd tagline for 'Carrie' since, let's face it, we all know her name at this point, but it still provides a chill or two -- especially when hung underneath an image as ominous as Chloe Grace Moretz's blood-drenched figure glaring directly at you. That's just what the new international poster for the remake provides, and you can check it out after the break!
The 'Carrie' remake trailer doesn't seem to be holding anything back. We don't mean that it's extra gory, we mean this trailer seems to show pretty much everything that happens in the movie. Perhaps the events will be a surprise for those kids who never saw the original (or read the book), but most of the big events are here.
Getting excited about a reboot of a beloved movie is the kind of thing that traditionally leads to heartbreak, but everything about the upcoming remake of 'Carrie' has us intrigued and excited. Although the film won't hit theaters until October (just in time for Halloween, of course), a new image has made its way online, showcasing Chloe Grace Moretz's Carrie White as we know her best: traumatized, enraged and covered in blood!
How iconic is the climax of 'Carrie'? So iconic that all you have to do is put a bunch of blood on a distressed teenage girl and everyone with even a slight knowledge of the horror genre will put two and two together. The first 'Carrie' poster for Kimberly Peirce's remake/re-adaption of 'Carrie' knows this and simply presents us with a blood drenched Chloe Grace Moretz, sans title.
A few months ago, Comic-Con 2012 in San Diego was packed with comic book nerds, cosplayers, TV and movie fanatics, and members of the press, all of whom were bustling from location to location trying to see as many events and panels as possible. Though we aimed to give you the best possible recaps of everything that happened during the private panels for 'The Walking Dead,' 'Game of Thrones,' Marvel Studios and the like, it sure would have made our jobs a lot easier to watch them streaming live from our laptops. That's something New York Comic-Con is trying to do better this year.