Syfy is taking on a 20th century classic for its next big miniseries endeavor. The cabler is developing an adaptation of Aldous Huxley’s “Brave New World” with Steven Spielberg’s Amblin TV. The…
Katherine Nelson has joined Syfy and Chiller as SVP of communications, transferring from her previous role at Esquire Network, another NBCU Cable Entertainment channel. She will report to Syfy and…
Epic Pictures Releasing, the distribution arm of L.A.-based Epic Pictures Group, has picked up worldwide rights to Mark Edwin Robinson’s romantic thriller “I Will Follow You Into the Dark” for a fall…
Steven Spielberg's sage decision to show the mechanical shark as little as possible in "Jaws" springs to mind with each successive glimpse of an incredibly fake-looking man-eating catfish in Larry…
The way Andy Muschietti sees it, "Horror is not a rational, grown-up feeling. It's those irrational fears from childhood, those wounds we still carry."
NBCUniversal horror net Chiller spent last year focused on beefing up its viewership base and promoting its move into original telepics.
Rocket Releasing and Big Air Studios have acquired North American distribution rights to Darren Bousman's horror-thriller "11-11-11" -- and plan to release the pic on Nov. 11 in 15 major U.S. markets.
Chiller, the NBCUniversal-owned horror cabler, is beefing up production with the goal of greenlighting a scripted series by 2012.
Having previously dealt with soccer and snogging, British-Asian helmer Gurinder Chadha is turning her hand to a good old-fashioned scare.
Spanish production house Continental is joining Buenos Aires-based Delta Prods. to co-produce Uruguayan helmer Carlos Ameglio's second pic "Resurrectores" (Resurrectors), a perverse supernatural…
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