Showtime Adapting Thriller Novel 'Kill Creek' – Scott Derrickson to EP/Direct, Misha Green to EP

Underground co-creator/showrunner Misha Green will be doing double duty on the dark side, with the Lovecraft Country writer/showrunner joining Scott Derrickson (Doctor Strange) as executive producer on Showtime's series adaptation of Scott Thomas's award-winning novel Kill Creek. Optioned by Platform One Media, and co-produced with Showtime, the series has tapped Derrickson to direct; Thomas will adapt his […]

Snowpiercer Showrunner Josh Friedman Drops Out of Project

Scott Derrickson (Doctor Strange, Sinister) directed the pilot, with the series is executive produced by Tomorrow Studios’ Marty Adelstein and Becky Clements Bong Joon Ho, Park Chan-wook, Lee Tae-hun and Dooho Choi also serve as executive producers on the series.Source: Variety [caption id="attachment_779332" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Credit: MR O from USA [CC BY-SA 2.0], Wikimedia Commons[/caption]Snowpiercer[...]

Sinister Sequel Gets A New Director

It's hard to tell the Sinisters and Purges and Conjurings and Insidiouses apart sometimes, am I right? It doesn't help that Ethan Hawke and Patrick Wilson seem to be starring in all of themAnyway, Sinister is the one we're talking about today, and the 2012 original starred Hawke as a true-crime writer who purposely[...]

Sinister Sequel In The Works – Will Give Blumhouse Three Franchises Running In Parallel

That's two ongoing series for producer Jason Blum.And the third, say Deadline, will spring from last year's rather successful haunting yarn, Sinister.Their report claims that "all of the major behind-the-scenes players are back" with C Robert Cargill and Scott Derickson, the writer and director of the first installment, set to write the screenplay.And so it's[...]

Uncanny X-Men Brings You A Brand New Xorn Moment (SPOILER)

Remember Xorn? Created by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely for New X-Men, he suddenly appeared in the book as a teacher at Xavier's school, a man with a head encased in metal, claiming to have a small star for a brain and capable of a number of indeterminate feats? And who, half way during the […]

Sinister – The Bleeding Cool Review

Scott Derrickson's Sinister debuted at Frightfest earlier this year, and since then has already gained something of a reputation as one of the most unforgivingly terrifying films of the year The screening to which Bleeding Cool was invited was being filmed as part of a "psychological experiment on the effects of watching horror movies", with[...]

Grab A Cushion And Watch This Red Band Trailer For New Scott Derrickson Horror, Sinister

Sinister happens to be the last screening I attended on behalf of Bleeding Cool, and as a PR stunt/psychological experiment, they had several audience members hooked up to monitoring equipment and several night vision cameras capturing the response in the auditorium This means that somewhere out there is footage of Bleeding Cool's erstwhile hardened and[...]

First Trailer For Sinister, Ethan Hawke's "Found Footage With A Twist Thriller"

Sinister isn't comprised of found footage, but features sequences of film-within-the-film that are It's at least an attempt to expand the genre. Interestingly, there's very little sign of this in the first trailer which looks quite "traditional."Oh, why does this always happen to low-rent novelists? Thanks to Shocktillyoudrop. Sinister isn't comprised of found footage, but features sequences[...]