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Post by ThePunisher May 25th 2024, 6:54 pm

Reportedly, Blumhouse wants to do a reboot of My Bloody Valentine, possibly a trilogy.

Do we actually need this?
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Post by I'm Not a Goalie May 25th 2024, 11:03 pm

Another Reboot, no. Too soon since the last one, and we don't need to see the same basic story regurgitated for a third time. Neither version of the film had a sequel, so maybe try that first? Blumhouse is about the only studio I'd trust to do a proper Slasher film these days.
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Post by Jason Voorhees May 26th 2024, 6:42 am

I don't want a reboot to be honest as @I'm Not a Goalie said we need a sequel to the 2009 film.
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Post by ThePunisher May 26th 2024, 9:59 am

I'm Not a Goalie wrote:Another Reboot, no. Too soon since the last one, and we don't need to see the same basic story regurgitated for a third time. Neither version of the film had a sequel, so maybe try that first? Blumhouse is about the only studio I'd trust to do a proper Slasher film these days.

Even with the controversy surrounding the Halloween and Exorcist movies?
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Post by Jason Voorhees May 26th 2024, 1:05 pm

ThePunisher wrote:
I'm Not a Goalie wrote:Another Reboot, no. Too soon since the last one, and we don't need to see the same basic story regurgitated for a third time. Neither version of the film had a sequel, so maybe try that first? Blumhouse is about the only studio I'd trust to do a proper Slasher film these days.

Even with the controversy surrounding the Halloween and Exorcist movies?

The biggest controversy was Halloween Ends with their Part V storyline lol! But yeah a sequel to Todd Farmers sequel would fit perfectly and Jensen Ackles still has the chops for a sequel equally with his current muscular build.
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Post by I'm Not a Goalie May 26th 2024, 2:31 pm

ThePunisher wrote:
I'm Not a Goalie wrote:Another Reboot, no. Too soon since the last one, and we don't need to see the same basic story regurgitated for a third time. Neither version of the film had a sequel, so maybe try that first? Blumhouse is about the only studio I'd trust to do a proper Slasher film these days.

Even with the controversy surrounding the Halloween and Exorcist movies?

Yes, they have a lot more successes under their belt than stinkers. Also keep in mind that I said 'Proper Slash Film' for a reason, which doesn't necessarily mean 'good' slasher film, lol. Regardless of how you feel about the recent Halloween trilogy, you can't deny they were indeed true Slasher Films, one of the sub-genre's that's suffering the most under current Hollywood mandates along with romcom's ironically. What I respect about Blumhouse is that it feels they allow the creatives behind the films they produce the freedom to follow their personal visions for their projects with minimal interference... For better or for worse. Sometimes we get Split, Get Out, or Halloween 2018... And sometimes we get Halloween Ends and the new Exorcist movie.

With the right creative minds behind the project, it's very possible we can get a good old-fashioned Slasher film that isn't concerned about offending snowflakes on Twitter. A genre that you need to jump through hoops nowadays to get a film green lit let alone done properly.
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Post by mnknut30 May 26th 2024, 3:32 pm

im 50/50 about blumhouse. They got some massive trash and then they got some good stuff. I guess for me it would depend on whose behind the directors chair and who stars in it.

I looked up all the movies they produced and I forgot how much they really have done.. holy cow.

I recommend totally killer too. Its like a back to the future slasher movie. I loved it!
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Post by ThePunisher May 26th 2024, 5:22 pm

I'm Not a Goalie wrote:
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I'm Not a Goalie wrote:Another Reboot, no. Too soon since the last one, and we don't need to see the same basic story regurgitated for a third time. Neither version of the film had a sequel, so maybe try that first? Blumhouse is about the only studio I'd trust to do a proper Slasher film these days.

Even with the controversy surrounding the Halloween and Exorcist movies?

Yes, they have a lot more successes under their belt than stinkers. Also keep in mind that I said 'Proper Slash Film' for a reason, which doesn't necessarily mean 'good' slasher film, lol. Regardless of how you feel about the recent Halloween trilogy, you can't deny they were indeed true Slasher Films, one of the sub-genre's that's suffering the most under current Hollywood mandates along with romcom's ironically. What I respect about Blumhouse is that it feels they allow the creatives behind the films they produce the freedom to follow their personal visions for their projects with minimal interference... For better or for worse. Sometimes we get Split, Get Out, or Halloween 2018... And sometimes we get Halloween Ends and the new Exorcist movie.

With the right creative minds behind the project, it's very possible we can get a good old-fashioned Slasher film that isn't concerned about offending snowflakes on Twitter. A genre that you need to jump through hoops nowadays to get a film green lit let alone done properly.

Any idea or preference for who the right creative minds are????
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