An official trailer for the upcoming NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET remake has hit the web. You can check it out below (thanks to SHOCK TILL YOU DROP). Producer Brad Fuller has already made a statement to respond to the already overwhelming fan input on the Trailer and the new Freddy Krueger look and voice:
“…We are continuing to refine Freddy’s look. Many people commented about the CGI on his face – and I don’t want to give everything away but I will say this – Freddy’s face is 98% practical make-up. Moreover, as you now know we went hardcore on what a burn victim really looks like.”
Jackie spent so much time on the voice, researching what people who’ve had their vocal cords burned sound like. He is still working on it and I suspect that we will be refining it, until the last moment.”
An official trailer for the upcoming February 26, 2010 release of THE CRAZIES remake has hit the web. Check it out below!
Here’s a synopsis if you haven’t seen the Romero original (in which case, do so immediately).
A husband and wife in a small Midwestern town find themselves battling for survival as their friends and family descend into madness in The Crazies. A mysterious toxin in the water supply turns everyone exposed to it into mindless killers and the authorities leave the uninfected to their certain doom in this terrifying reinvention of the George Romero horror classic. Directed by Breck Eisner (Sahara), The Crazies is written by Ray Wright (Pulse, Case 39) and Scott Kosar (The Amityville Horror, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre). The American Dream goes horribly wrong when the residents of this picture-perfect town begin to succumb to an uncontrollable urge for violence and the horrific bloodshed escalates into anarchy. In an attempt to contain the epidemic, the military uses deadly force to close off access into or out of town, abandoning the few healthy citizens to the growing mayhem as depraved killers lurk in the shadows. Sheriff David Dutton (Timothy Olyphant); his pregnant wife, Judy (Radha Mitchell); Becca (Danielle Panabaker), an assistant at the medical center; and Russell (Joe Anderson), Dutton’s deputy and right-hand man, find themselves trapped in a once idyllic town they can no longer recognize. Unable to trust former neighbors and friends, deserted by the authorities and terrified of contracting the illness themselves, they are forced to band together in a nightmarish struggle for survival.