peace with myself if I gave this [remake] writing gig to somebody else, and I've always had in the back of my head what I wanted to They've been tired and worn The director of that, Pascal Laugier, is now taking the reins of the new film and I don't have any problem with someone talented coming in and taking a crack at it. IROSF.com, Vol I, No. ", By Deth Banger, I am very happy at the idea of having some more money for the cool stuff - I don't know how much more [just granted] us another six months to play with it and hopefully somewhere in that time we will get it out into the world. "I figured, I'm damned if I do and damned if I don't, I may as well at least try to create something, throw my version out there to see if it sticks. really based on these guys who had a bloody good idea that had nothing to do with what I had in my head. "Back in the Universal days, there was 'Son of Frankenstein,' 'House of Frankenstein' and 'Bride of Frankenstein.' Tremendous. ", By Ryan Rotten, Creature Corner, 4 December 2002 (N.B. doing that Hollywood thing earlier in the week, making progress on the Gary is a true fan as well and we're committed to making something dark and visceral. That's when the magic truly happens. money remaking a movie, they don't tend to use the original cast. ", "I can't say very much right now but the people involved are very committed to what they're doing. "And, you know, I've been this way before, there's no use trying to persuade somebody, I mean a corporate decision is a corporate Questions: Asked About The Thief of Always. Plot 'Lovestruck in the City' is a realistic portrayal of young people who pursue romance and happiness while struggling to get by in … I'm absolutely I had $900,000 and 23 days to film it, and was paid the morbid sum of $21,000 to write and direct it. they've already signed so that's fine...", By Phil and Sarah Stokes, The Thief of Always...After the animated, ... As always, I promise to keep you up to date with developments, right here... "This is NOT a Disney movie. going to be using me or as to say they're thinking of using someone else. Loves all things pop-culture especially if it has a bit of a counter-culture twist. like to go back and I think we'll do Tortured Souls with the minimum of CGI and the maximum of actors doing their thing. it'll be a very cool picture and I think - one of the cool things about horror, fantasy, generally is you can, you don't have to be too and I feel that Universal is the 'home of monsters'. I have only repeated in interviews what I have said already I had some specific suggestions, which I don't these talks are very, very, very, very quiet. "Clive's comments are intriguing because they suggest some kind of re-working, re-visiting, re-thinking rather than just a remake - I talk a lot with Bob Weinstein, he cares about the projects, he's a movie buff, he knows a lot about cinema. What the box is and what the box does... To go in and tell the story of Frank and the family wouldn't be right, what we went in to pitch with at Dimension was to come at it from a different angle, but go into the same world and see things you haven't been able to see in the other movies. About that thing that you have, how would you feel about fleshing that out more?' I hope it isn't. I just cannot see people accepting a new-look Pinhead with the same actor saying the words. Each day brings all the holidays and all the seasons…everything a boy could want! ", Barker Praises Laugier, Talks Pinhead Design, By Ryan Rotten, me directly about it. But exactly what that plan is, I don't know. more reason that they remake it; that they don't take my version of the story. 2002 (note - online at www.clivebarker.com), "Damnation Game has just been turned in as a finished script to Warner Christmas Horror Story Creator Talks Sequel, Clive Barker Projects, More Ginger Snaps? When he walks through the chains over the remnants of Frank and puts the "Hopefully we'll be able to look at [talking to Clive] later in the Spring when hopefully we'll have the full script to work with. It was always a sexual movie - the censors told me I had to cut a scene because it has spanking in it. Since everybody's But not an essential remake, because Clive's film is a landmark horror movie. because it won't have Clare Higgins in it, it won't have Andy Robinson in it... He might well have been taken to Devil's Island and I thought that would be a pretty cool place to start the movie. Do I want to see those things walk onto the screen and speak? There's a lot of internal stuff in it; of course More news as this project gets underway. something soulless about CGI...", Moderated by Paul Kane, Informal Q&A Session, FantasyCon, Nottingham, 23 September 2006, "It's out there but I think until Todd gets into a place where he really wants to get into movies it'll sit. has to figure out a way to survive, along with a way to get back for three reasons: one, she wants to get back Cenobites and we reinvented all the rest. It may seem like a small It's not a remake and it's not a reboot - it's something else entirely. Back when it was set to be released by Universal, the movie actually had a confirmed release date of November 13, 2020 having been delayed from June 12, 2020. I feel as though I always want to be breaking new ground, which is the reason I series of models that I created with Todd McFarlane and my team here, called The Tortured Souls. ", "We can push push push. It's definitely going to be a movie; curiously, though it started so far it's been a very exciting journey for me. screen in the next couple of years. prospect of getting out there and shedding the romantic cloth. When he meets a strange man named Rictus who promises Harvey fun and adventure at Mr. Hood’s Holiday House, Harvey heads off to chase the cold away. Deceived and deposed by his sinister adviser, Jaffar (Conrad Veidt), Ahmad (John Justin), the King of Bagdad, must find a way to reclaim his throne. They played phone tag. "We had the contracts changed to specifically say we were delivering an R-rated film. speaks well for itself and I think if Having the chance to reimagine Pinhead and the Cenobites for a new audience is a They actually made a very good movie called À L'Intérieur, which premiered at the Toronto Film I earned 21,000 dollars from writing and directing the first movie and it was my deal with the devil, god bless 'em. ", In Anticipation Of The Deluge: A Moment At The River's Edge, By Phil and Sarah Stokes, So what I'm saying is, although the structure may roughly be the same, it will be a totally different movie Variety, 15 October 2007 (note: full text online at www.variety.com), Julien Maury: "We really don't know. 15 and 22 December 2006 (note: full text here), "The Hellraiser treatment has been signed off on by Miramax. do. Somebody's going to remake Hellraiser, and personally, as a fan, I'd rather it be me, and that's sort of the way I'm going about it. We're waiting for Bob to come back to us and see when we're going to actually make the movie. And by that time, yes, I would hope I would have an answer - absolutely. have them at the helm, working with Clive Barker, to create a fresh, suspenseful and scary reimagining of the Fans of the action figures can expect to see some familiar faces, but there The project has already drawn the services of one of the most experienced producers of modern fantasy film. I'm not the biggest fan of remakes. "We shouldn't downplay the fact that all movies work or fail on the basis of their performers, although sometimes performers can ", Drive Angry Director Explains Why Satan's Right-Hand Man Is An Accountant, By Meredith Woerner, ", By [ ], McFarlane.com, 1 February 2002 (N.B. I love the toys. a lot more money. 2) [Oprisko, Kris, Ryall, Chris, Hernandez, Gabriel] on Amazon.com. Warner Bros. is making the movie Damnation Game and John Heffernan stage to release any detailed information), but as soon as Todd and Terry give their thoughts and suggestions to Clive regarding the The original world of Hellraiser is so graphic and so well illustrated. Damnation Game. and producing Demonik and also executive producing Weaveworld how the heck I would be able to do those things Rue Morgue, No 47, July 2005, "I don't know whether it'll be on at a major studio. storyteller to continue Clive's vision for a new theatrical version of Hellraiser. horror films today do, with a comedic or semi-comedic self-referential But I'm a tenacious son of a bitch, you know - I'm Italian-Irish - and one of these days if it gets done, it gets done. Home; In Theaters ; Coming Soon ; 2019 Movies; 2020 Movies; Upcoming . Hellraiser stuff during the day and at night I am painting Abarats 3 and 4, there isn't another minute during the day to think about So, yes, you will see some of the Tortured All rights reserved. But I'm getting there, and ", Hellraiser's Ashley Laurence Talks Hellbound: Hellraiser 2, By Tim Janson, eager or too impatient - if it's a good story, if it's good shit in some way or other then there's going to be an audience for it. ...It feels to me as 13 September 2002, Hans Rodionoff : "Being a fan of horror movies, I tend to think anything when I say that you're gonna see some of those creatures, and He was the producer of all but one of the Potter films. going on in my life that if for some reason or another Tortured Souls did not happen in the next six months, frankly it wouldn't be Then that will go to Universal, and hopefully Gladiators a highly commercial and entertaining movie." Cronenberg took the original idea and spun it into something completely unique, and Carpenter did that with The Thing. (iv) by Jason Coleman as 'Clive Barker: Riding Midnight Meat Train', The 213.net, 17 February, 2009. A few select writers Dread Central 16 December 2009 (note: full text online at www.dreadcentral.com), Matthew Stein (Executive Producer): "We see this as an opportunity to reinvent this franchise while still staying at its core roots. Nothing wrong with that. But right now we've got a lot of scripts that are already written, and I want to get those out and have people shooting them. Shock Till You Drop, 13 February 2009, "My understanding there is that I will receive a treatment for a script from the director - who made a wonderful movie called The Martyrs, a French picture - and I'm supposed to receive that, I think today, actually, and then we're going to have a conversation and, all things being equal, he will then go away and write the script and I will executive produce the movie and he will direct. Clive Barker’s The Thief of Always should be sought out, but read the novel first. beats for Pinhead as a character to exist - all the better. If I'm asked, of course, I'll do it! So of course. The guys at Universal have want to spoil for you or anyone else, about how things might be taken up a notch or two. There's already such a huge pre-awareness of this America: take the British Rail 125 Express out, clarify why Kirsty's boyfriend has an American accent if he's one of those English will be back [but] this will be a different Pinhead. Damn right I do. were both kids in grown men's bodies, and that can be trouble - in a Twitch, 11 October 2007 (note: full text online at www.twitchfilm.net), Bob Weinstein: "Julien and Alex showed their incredible creative talent on 'Inside,' and I'm excited to Remember, we grew up with remakes. "First, a point of clarification. ", By Doug Bradley, Northlander Interviews Martyrs' Pascal Laugier - And He Spills About His Hellraiser Remake!! ", "I'm turning in the script in four weeks, and if Universal likes it, they're prepared to go into production right away. from the models, but it goes off in its own, very particular direction, and Enjoys the art house but also isn't afraid to let in one or two popular movies at the same time. A little scary but addicting. know I did. I asked it too, and Dimension confirmed that they are purely interested in an R rated picture. 17 July 2008 (note - full text here), "The only thing I regret is I was hoping that maybe the picture I did of Jozabiah Bentham and his Circus would be flushed out by the publicity - I hoped someone had it... You don't happen to have a reproduction of that up on your site? And you know S&M just isn't what it are very likely, frankly! The idea of my coming back to the original film and telling the story with a fresh intensity - honoring the structure and the designs from the first incarnation but hopefully creating an even darker and richer film - was attractive to Dimension. happy right now doing what I am doing? "Originally released in 1998 by Eidos Interactive (Deus Ex) and distributed by Square Enix (Tomb Raider, Final Fantasy), the Thief series has spanned over … Fangoria.com, 6 February 2009 (note: full text online at www.fangoria.com), Pascal Laugier: "I am not going to betray Clive Barker's vision of this. could possibly start something would be January. We only kept the character of Pinhead and the themes that run though Clive's writing, from his short Tortured Souls toys and really expanded their universe, so it'll be different than what fans are expecting. Primordium that's built in the novellas. It will not be simply a Clive's draft to the studio in the next few weeks. already seen or bought the figures, I don't think I'll be spoiling In twenty-five years of working in this town, I've rarely had people listen to what I had to say as closely and as carefully as they did and then simply give me the freedom to go do it. ', FearNet.com, 15 February 2009, that they were moving it into a completely new direction, and that's As always, I promise to keep you up to date with developments, right here... The art for the series really helps bring the story to life. "I don't know much more. I am looking forward to providing my own perspective to make Zombies Vs. Gladiators a highly commercial and entertaining movie. mean, sometimes a company, an executive, will push something in a direction that you don't really want it to go and you'll think, any sense. By Mister Disgusting, ", "[The Damnation Game will not] wink at you, in the way that so many In the meantime, I'll get on with finishing the collection of short stories while old Barker preoccupation with religion and anti-religion. It will not be a remake. Rue Morgue, No 78, May 2008, Doug Bradley: "Now, I knew nothing about this until I was checking my e-mails in the Marriott hotel in Birmingham, we've never gone back to it. thing as scary as possible and so all the drafts have done is, I think, upped the scare quotient - it's a very hard R movie, it's not And I hope Thief of Always is the same. That one has not been held up. I saw the first when I was 13, I remember precisely the shock it had on me because it was so new, so fresh, so it's very hard to resist the temptation to do Hellraiser, you know? "There are two Frenchmen who are writing and directing the project together. ", By Doug Bradley, project as well. From Facebook Updates. This is the first time I have said anything about this. me. We put some money behind it and did it in that aspect. I feel I was lucky when I found a way into the This is the thing: I feel like we did a good job with My Bloody Valentine, I trust me and I trust Patrick. at www.mcfarlane.com), [Re Six Destinies] "I don't think there is a book in there, but there's certainly a movie. 26 March 2007 (note - full text here), "If they're going to do this - and they are going to do it - I want to be involved, but I don't want to be so much a part of it were removed from office, for various reasons which I can't talk about, and they were gone. never went to. None of the characters in Bacchus were based on real people; actually that's not true, Ophelia, the ballerina, had a little of Ann Taylor who wanted to be a ballerina and the perfect prince was Graham Bickley who was just the most beautiful of people, a wonderful looking 18 year-old. T he Thief of Always by Clive Barker is a 1992 novel about Harvey, a ten-year-old boy whose boredom propels him into … When he meets a strange man named Rictus who promises Harvey fun and adventure at Mr. Hood’s Holiday House, Harvey heads off … Follow me on Twitter @JPRoscoe76! I did a very detailed ink with a Rötring pen. "I have no interest in turning Hellraiser into game. I don't know, I don't know...", By Dee Snider and Debbie Rochon, full text available Originally what they wanted was epic and dark, rated R. It was in our contract. performance. The man we've been dealing with at 13th Street, 12 July 2001 (note - full text online at www.13thstreet.com), "You know, there are lots of elements in my work that are very I'm hoping Doug [Bradley] So going to do just a remake of his movie but with more money is not something we wanted to do. A live-action adaptation of the novel was negotiated between Seraphim Films and 20th Century Fox on or before 4 August 2004. When I bring that movie to mind, it's her eyes, it's the images of her face, cleaning blood film called ZOOmbies, which is based on an idea that Clive had where a kid is trapped in a zoo during a zombie outbreak - and So I would like to make sure that happens at some point. I've taken the They could add or subtract, whatever they Bob Weinstein, who owns the material, sent a film called Martyrs to me and I was very impressed by it. It's way grim, Bloody Disgusting.com, 7 November 2007, "I think [the Tortured Souls movie]'ll happen probably only when I've got back into the swing of directing. "It's really hard to see where these things come from. It was a really good writing experience, but they just called me up and said, 'We So we were, to say the least, curious... After a week of phone tag, we finally learn the reason for Bob's call: Hellraiser. I'm just trying to put 3 and 3 together and make 29. What we're doing is sort of modernizing and putting our filthy spin on it. apparently, already shooting... There as you all probably know FIVE in total. what we wrote was really, really different from the original. So it will be a battle, and I hope that a balance will be found so the film will be close to my vision. I think what Todd's company did when they created the Tortured Souls stuff was superb, and I think it will be wonderful to see those things breathe and take on life and step onto the screen.". Hellraiser and Clive Barker was okay with that. One day we called them up and they Bob Weinstein hooked them up with me. I'm arguing forcibly to go with a couple of smaller companies that want us - doing the picture one of these wishy-washy PG13 things. completely forgotten about it, but Mark remembered it all, he taped it all and it was there! To me, The Thief of Always is about responsibility. me to Dimension Films' 're-announcement' of the Hellraiser remake, one year since this first broke upon me in a hotel in Clive Barker's script for the Tortured Souls film. I think it's all the I want it to be a vision of Hell or some other ghastly place of judgement that ", By Heather Wixson, Blissfully! full text here), "I want to make Tortured Souls with a hard 'R'. and there's so much politics, so much politics. ET) We Are: The Brooklyn Saints (Netflix; Release Date: Jan. 29) Whether that means Clive will now have no direct involvement is unclear at the moment. anything else at all. to break that rhythm for a year to make a movie. I was very disappointed when Neil Gaiman released Coraline in 2002 because I felt he borrowed a lot of what I liked about The Thief of Always to make Coraline, and the movie adaptation of Coraline doomed The Thief of Always in that it would just be seen as a copycat film…when it was the original. "[Re. It is going to be a complete re-configuring of the original story. Here was talk of French directors and, hey, that probably means French makeup FX designers, right? "There are things in the Thief of Always that have a simple beauty to them which take me back to Ray Bradbury, who is one of the great masters of writing. 2021 promises to be an entertaining year, thanks to Netflix, which offers an embarrassment of riches when it comes to new movies. The Thief of Always Release Date: When is it coming out? So, I have As a writer... when the story... or the characters... or both...break out of your head and start doing stuff YOU didn't see coming. I told the Dimension team that in my opinion there could never be a Pinhead without Doug Bradley, and much to my delight Bob Weinstein agreed. I mean why would anyone tell me? RELATED: Liam Neeson's Honest Thief stays on top of the weekend box office Beyond that, Gin Rei: The Complete OVA Series is also making its … "I'm excited by the opportunity to interweave two very rich narrative threads. December because nobody starts prepping a movie in December - you go into hiatus December 14th anyway. And right now I trust the guys in Dimension You know? I think studios need to be looking for the new Tobe Hoopers, John Carpenters, or Clive Barkers rather than taking a ride on someone else's work. ", The Lazarus Muse: Nights Of Magic, Days Of Gore, By Phil and Sarah Stokes, for a long time, and this story is perfect for him. With my nose being so much to the grindstone, I'm writing the ", "HOT FROM HELL! difficult for people, so difficult at times I look back and I think But, you know I'm up We don't want to change that; we don't want to burn the copy that exists. I was happy to see it adapted into this nice series. I think there are lots of areas that we never looked and I haven't spoken to Clive... Mania.com, 30 December 2008 (note: full text online at www.mania.com), Gary Tunnicliffe: "I then started getting worried when I heard of varying story ideas and grandiose pitches from an assortment of writers and potential directors. ", By Stephen Zeitchik, The expression bored to death, which was created by Zeus when Hermes told everlasting jokes to a monster, just means your bored for a couple minutes and then you find something to do, but to this boy he is literally bored to death and is taken to a holiday house, a kid's dream! This is the amazing Seraphim Ink 25th Anniversary Deluxe edition of Clive Barker‘s first published children’s book, The Thief of Always.Seraphim Ink’s previous release was Clive Barker’s First Tales, another serving of fantastic fables from Clive’s juvenilia.A lot of care went into this book; this is the first fully in-house edition, as First Tales had some help from another company. What can I say? ", By Anthony C. Ferrante, Cinescape, Issue 56, January 2002, "There's a lot of excitement over at Universal about having that [Tortured Souls] project as a movie. The Hollywood Reporter, 29 October 2008 (note: full text online at www.hollywoodreporter.com), Pascal Laugier: "Hellraiser is a child's dream coming true. We're actually taking two groups of people that the viewers of those types of films will be very familiar with from other movies - gladiators, and zombies - and we're going to fling them at each other with lots of back story. The strength of Clive and his studio and the strength of But I just assume they Adapted by Kris Oprisko and illustrated by Gabriel Hernandez, Clive Barker’s The Thief of Always adapts Clive Barker’s The Thief of Always which was released in 1992. psychological stuff that is much harder to get on the screen. I don't think either of them What's weird is, I pitched the thing as I was falling asleep - I was off and I'd 12 and 14 March 2012 (note - full text here), "I am very optimistic that we will have news about an Abarat Movie at some point in the future. And then talked about, "What if we take the parts of that story, the parts of the world that you're never allowed to see, mostly because they didn't have the money or the time, and what if we walk into that world? Clive story called 'Zoombies'; our version is called Night of the Zoombies and it's basically Madagascar meets The Walking Dead. "Gary's timing is perfect: both interviewers (ign.com and playboy.com) make reference to it so I'm not wrong-footed by it. respectfully and competently and also go away and do what is essentially a 24 hour-a-day job, which is to direct a movie. There's not going to be any problems want to be saying, 'Where's the paperwork? (ii) by Brian Gallagher as 'Clive Barker Speaks Out on Midnight Meat Train', Movieweb.com, 16 February 2009, guys who have a commitment to the original movie... 1 and 12 July 2004 (note - full text here), "We also have Damnation Game being scripted - though I think it will be a year or two away. His name is David Barron. Todd Farmer Talks Halloween 3D And Hellraiser! ", By Michael Fleming, Where this new announcement leaves me, I have no idea. story, or more specifically, the voice to tell the You know, where do I sign? nature of a lot of the special effects. Crowgrrl.com, 11 March 2007 (note: full text online at www.crowgrrl.com), Doug Bradley: "Nobody has spoken to me about it, one way or the other. ", Barker Promises 'Intense' Return To The Genre, By Jen Vuckovic, Rue Morgue, No 39, May/June 2004, "I'm going to make a movie for Universal, called Tortured Souls... An incredibly violent picture, based upon a He was really excited about our ideas and what we wrote. "As questions are asked I'll do my best to answer them, though as you all know making movies is a volatile art, and things seldom remain fixed. and doing something which is violently antithetical to the feeling and the mythology... There will be tears before bedtime if you do. no Hellraiser 9 movie] Don't take my word for that! and that, whatever else happens and whether or not I have any further involvement, it would be wise to assume that that series is Hellraiser was the same thing, so we don't want to reinvent that wheel. When a professional bank robber agrees to return stolen funds, he finds himself set up by crooked FBI agents who try to frame him for murder. of a bag... it was a weird thing. So once the papers are signed, I will open a Lemarchand Configuration, dip my quill in its contents and start writing. And it's fun to play in these two ", By Phil and Sarah Stokes, me and my studio, it's an amalgamation, a hybrid of a bunch of good And I should add that I don't have, in principle, any problem with them taking a new crack at the story. What can I tell you about it? In the end we never fully connected creatively. The cold, blustery days of February are eating Harvey Swick alive. I shouldn't call them 'toys.' I'm still waiting...'", By Phil and Sarah Stokes, ", "Yes, we did [recently hire a screenwriter]. on and reacting to. to my neck in stuff as it is. I can't sign with my blood that I'm gonna achieve...". 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