Five genre directors—Joe Dante (Gremlins, Innerspace), Mick Garris (The Stand), Alejandro Brugués (Juan of the Dead), and Ryuhei Kitamura (Versus, The Midnight Meat Train)—are joining forces for a new horror anthology film set at a haunted theater, appropriately titled Nightmare Cinema.
The most recent film from horror-fantasy director Joe Dante (Gremlins, The Howling, Explorers) was Burying the Ex, a zombie rom-com. His new project, Labirintus, sounds like it will be more seriously spooky in its tone.
What Joe Dante is linking to is an article with the Key and Peele sketch “’Gremlins 2 Brainstorm,’” which is not just an accurate description of how Gremlins 2 was written, but appears like a direct link to the mind of every sequel writer’s room ever.
The 1985 film Explorers is one of those movies that’s friends talk about in secret. If you’ve seen it, you probably love it. If you haven’t, it’s a movie you have to share. And that makes sense considering it was made by Gremlins director Joe Dante and stars Ethan Hawke and River Phoenix.
Joe Dante brings the undead love in his new horror-comedy Burying the Ex, which features Anton Yelchin and Ashley Greene as a pair of lovers separated by death and hatred.
Horror comedy is perhaps one of the greatest genres ever created, and one of the most difficult to execute exactly. So the idea of a zombie comedy about an undead ex-girlfriend returning to claim her boyfriend does pique our interest, but can it deliver? Let's check out the first clip from Burying The Ex.
Explorers, the little known film by Joe Dante about a couple of kids who build a spaceship, is getting a full-fledged reboot, thus creating the first remake from our childhood that we're really indifferent towards.
For several years Gremlins creator Joe Dante threatened to make another sequel to his Mogwai movies, but to no avail. And now it looks like Warner Bros. would rather just reboot the whole franchise without him than pump out a third installment with him. But the idea of a CG-heavy Gremlins fills us with dread. Is this…
Gremlins and The Howling director Joe Dante's latest picture hasn't built up a lot of buzz State-side yet. Let's hope this brand new clip changes all that. Because his new picture, The Hole, seems a return to his 80s scares.
There have been whispers about Joe Dante's Gremlins 3 for years. But the latest rumor seems to hint that if Gremlins comes back, it may be released in 3-D. Could that mean CG Gremlins?
The original Gremlin wrangler, Joe Dante, seems to firmly believe the Gremlins movie franchise will be back, with or without his involvement.
If you liked 80s mini-monsterfest Gremlins, then you'll want to slide into these sneaks. This pair looks like good monster Mogwai, who turns evil if you feed him after midnight. Check out the evil sneaks!