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The ‘Halloween’ Remake Took a Step Backwards

The biggest genre news this year was when Bloody Disgusting discovered that Dimension Films/The Weinstein Company had lost the rights to the Halloween franchise, for which they had for decades. The second was that Blumhouse, Miramax, and Trancas International Films are partnering on the revival. Right out of the gate we heard that Mike Flanagan (Oculus, […]
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