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‘Halloween Ends’ Jamie Lee Curtis Breaks Down In Tears After Hearing Fan Messages

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Jamie Lee Curtis has been a fantstic final girl. Although Laurie Strode went through various levels of learning in a trial by fire battle against a mad man, she is legend. Halloween Ends marks the last time that Curtis will step into the Halloween arena. So, it is a bit bittersweet. Curtis herself has teared up a bit during interviews while doing press for the film.

However, she really breaks down and tears up when she sees a video of fans thanking her. She breaks down in humble tears and quickly turns it around and thanks the fans for being there for the journey.

Halloween Ends has been a divisive film. I think that even with the division, we can all agree that Curtis is a force of nature and it was great to have her back for three more films.

While a lot of fans have been upset that Halloween, Halloween Kills and Ends have not much spent much time with Michael Myers or Laurie Strode; I think it is important to know that David Gordon Green’s films are a Haddonfield Trilogy. They aren’t Michael’s or Laurie’s. The film’s are made up of the entirity of the town. A lot of fans were upset when Halloween Kills shifted focus to residents of the town and then to Laurie’s daughter. They have even been more upset that Ends focused on a new character in the town. After you convince yourself to see that Green was working on trilogy made up of the town not an individual, you can begin to enjoy and respect the films.

Did you enjoy Laurie’s last dance with Michael in Halloween Ends?

Click below to see Jamie Lee’s response to fan messages.

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‘Children of the Corn’ Adaptation Headed to Theaters and Shudder

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It’s been almost 40 years since Linda Hamilton and Peter Horton got into it with “He who walks behind the rows,” in Fritz Kiersch’s Children of the Corn, based on a story by Stephen King.

Today, Deadline reports that director Kurt Wimmer’s film will finally get a theatrical release on March 3, with a Shudder streaming release on March 21. But don’t get too excited, because this isn’t a remake or even a reboot. Wimmer has said this version has “almost nothing to do” with King’s original short story or the ’84 movie.

“We went back to the story and free-associated from there,” the director told Variety.

You may also notice the dateline for production is 2020. It was big news at the time that Wimmer was going to shoot his movie in Australia during the height of the COVID pandemic. Through safety protocols including social distancing, they managed to get through it.

Producer Lucas Foster said at the time, “You can theorize all you like about safety protocols, but until you get on set, you don’t really know. But I can now tell you it is impossible to keep a camera crew 1.5 meters apart.”

This updated take on King’s short story doesn’t appear to involve a married couple on a road trip at all. Instead, it is an origin story about how all the adults in the small town met their murderous ends.

Children of the Corn follows a 12 year old girl in Nebraska who is possessed by a spirit in a dying cornfield. She recruits the other children in her small town to go on a bloody rampage and kill all the adults and anyone else who opposes her. A bright high schooler who won’t go along with the plan is the town’s only hope of survival.” — Deadline

Make sure to keep checking back to iHorror for the trailer once it drops. And let us know whether you like the concept of moving away from the original story, or if you would have liked it to follow King’s short story more closely.

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Drew Barrymore Welcomes Allison Williams By Dressing Up Like ‘M3GAN’

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Allison Williams star of the breakout hit, M3GAN. The film has brought in a huge and unexpected amounts of money and continues to climb. Right now it is sitting at $125 million and counting. In order to welcome Williams, Barrymore got in full M3GAN gear and served up some dance moves, and acted out other qualities the doll brings to her home.

Barrymore hilariously begins to have technical difficulties with her contact lenses leading to a moment that rivals the contact lens malfunction in Michael Jackson’s Thriller, and that is saying a lot.

The synopsis for M3GAN goes like this:

“M3GAN is a marvel of artificial intelligence, a lifelike doll that’s programmed to be a child’s greatest companion and a parent’s greatest ally. Designed by Gemma, a brilliant roboticist, M3GAN can listen, watch and learn as it plays the role of friend and teacher, playmate and protector. When Gemma becomes the unexpected caretaker of her 8-year-old niece, she decides to give the girl an M3GAN prototype, a decision that leads to unimaginable consequences.

M3GAN is now playing in theaters everywhere.

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Wes Craven’s ‘Red Eye’ is Getting a 4K UHD Release

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Wes Craven is a true master of horror. He gave us A Nightmare on Elm Street and a few other timeless classics. Right around the time he dove into Scream he also took flight with a big thriller that scored well with audiences who were all on the edge of their seats. Craven’s Red Eye did well at the box-office and had that word of mouth that kept it in theaters for weeks. Red Eye is now coming to 4K UHD and it is coming with some rad special features.

The synopsis for Red Eye goes like this:

“In the wake of her grandmother’s funeral, hotel manager Lisa Reisert (Rachel McAdams) is waiting to fly back home when she meets charming Jackson Rippner (Cillian Murphy) at check-in. She thinks it luck that they’re seated together on the plane, but soon learns otherwise. Jackson hopes to assassinate the head of Homeland Security, but to do so, he needs Lisa to reassign the official’s room number at her hotel. As insurance, Jackson has kidnapped Lisa’s father (Brian Cox).

The special features for Red Eye break down like this:

The special features for Red Eye goes like this:

New 4K Restoration of the film

Dolby Vision/HDR Presentation of the film

NEW Audio commentary by editor Patrick Lussier

NEW Filmmaker Focus – Wes Craven and Red Eye

NEW Wes Craven: In His Own Words – Featurette

Audio commentary by Wes Craven, Producer Marianne Maddalena, and Editor Patrick Lussier

The Making of Red Eye – Featurette

Wes Craven: A New Kind of Thriller – Featurette

Gag Reel

Optional English SDH, English, Spanish, and French subtitles for the main feature

Collectible packaging featuring a foldout image of the film’s theatrical poster and an interior spread with key movie moments

Are you excited about Red Eye coming to 4K UHD? Paramount Home Media Distribution releases Craven’s classic on March 21.

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