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Jeffrey Reddick talks Don't Look Back and Samurai Rabbit
This time Jason chats with Jeffrey Reddick, creator of the Final Destination franchise, whose directorial debut Don't Look Back is available now on disc and on-demand. L-R: Don't Look Back Poster Credit: Hood River Entertainment | Castle Talk Logo Images used with permission. Reddick discusses freely what got him into the business — he says he was an actor[...]
EXCLUSIVE: Hear Two New Tracks From The Don't Look Back Soundtrack
Don't Look Back is a new horror film from Jeffery Reddick, creator of the Final Destination franchise Reddick makes his directorial debut with the film, which stars Kourtney Bell, Jeremy Holm, Skyler Hart, Will Stout, Jaqueline Fleming, Han Soto, Damon Lipari, Amanda Grace Benitez, Stephen Twardokus, and Dean West After witnessing a horrible crime, woman of faith, Caitlyn[...]
Final Destination Creator Confirms Another Film is Coming
Final Destination (also known as the franchise that heightened my paranoia) has been a dormant franchise for nine years, and it's about time we see another film. What began as a film that seemingly rebelled against fate, a group of teens was saved by a vision of their impending deaths The act of escaping their intended[...]
EXCLUSIVE: Hear Two Tracks From The Score From New Film The Call
Directed by Timothy Woodward Jr., the film's producer is Jeffery Reddick, creator of the Final Destination franchise Today, Bleeding Cool is proud to debut two tracks from the score of the film, being done by Samuel Joseph Smythe He is an accomplished composer, having done a ton of work in the video game realm for[...]
HBO Max – WarnerMedia’s New Streaming Service (Official Promo) | WarnerMedia
Check out the full list of what is coming in June below. HBO Max Logo June 1 4th & Forever: Muck City, Season One Adventures In Babysitting, 1987 (HBO) Amelie, 2001 (HBO) An American Werewolf in London, 1981 (HBO) The American, 2010 (HBO) Another Cinderella Story, 2008 Beautiful Girls, 1996 (HBO) Black Beauty, 1994 Bridget Jones's Baby, 2016 The Bucket List, 2007 Cabaret, 1972 The Champ, 1979 Chicago, 2002 A Cinderella[...]
Everything that is leaving Netflix in May 2020.
The Austin Powers franchise will say goodbye, as does the Final Destination franchise Looney Tunes will be exclusive to HBO Max soon, so anything related to them is jumping off the service Finally, 80's classic Red Dawn will leave, and hopefully, be picked up by another service quickly I am not alone in turning that[...]
'Final Destination': New Film May Be Set Around First Responders
Final Destination is one of the most unlikely franchises in film history The first one released in 2000, featuring a tiny budget, a cast of relatively unknown teen show actors, and little expectations It was a huge success, and went on the spawn five films, which have grossed $655 million at the box office Novels,[...]
'Final Destination' Getting a Franchise Reimagining at New Line
The Final Destination wasn't, apparently, as New Line Cinema is looking to reboot their 5-part film franchise. According to a story from The Hollywood Reporter, Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan of the Saw franchise will be writing a script for what is being called a "reimagining" of the Final Destination film series. Winners of the third season of Project Greenlight, the pair[...]
That's Gonna Hurt In The Morning: New Poster For Final Destination 5
"The rules have changed!" promised the new trailer for Final Destination 5, which is good news for all If the claim is true then surely this horror sequel will have good acting, a decent plot and well-written dialogue and will not in any way be stupid, pointless or merely a half-assed cash in. Alright, that's enough ribbing,[...]