----- March 22, 2017 -----

** SUSPIRIA remake: Production on Luca Guadagnino's remake of Dario Argento's 1977 classic SUSPIRIA is over. Filming on the project took place in Italy from September through December, was halted for much of January and then resumed until it wrapped the other week.

Filming is now officially done, with the director hard at work in post confirms Cineuropa. This suggests the film could be ready in time to premiere during the Fall film festival season. Amazon has already acquired international distribution rights to the movie, and recently courted buyers at the European Film Market. (thanks to DarkHorizons.com)

** KILLER CAMPOUT: The upcoming film (starring Roger Yawson) centers on two youth counselors who bring a group of emotionally troubled teens deep into the woods for a weekend of solitude and confrontational therapy. The trip soon turns deadly when the group is terrorized by a cannibalistic hermit with a thirst for blood!

----- March 21, 2017 -----

** Stephen King's THE DARK TOWER poster: The first poster has arrived for the film adaptation of the Stephen King fantasy novel series which opens in cinemas July 28th. Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey star in the film which is adopting the novel tagline of "there are other worlds than these" for its campaign. Nikolaj Arcel helms the project.

** BLOOD FEAST remake: Director Marcel Walz''s remake will be hitting U.S. theaters on April 28th from Medallion Releasing.

** THE HERETICS: THE HERETICS features a young girl who is abducted by a man. After he claims that a malicious cult is in pursuit of her, he makes it his mission to protect her until sunrise. While restrained, the young girl falls deathly ill. Her friends and family begin to search for her, but the source of her illness becomes more and more apparent: She's not sick…she's changing.

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