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Poltergeist Remake Coming on November 24, 2010!
August 12, 2009 has learned that MGM's planned remake of Tobe Hooper's classic '80s haunted house movie Poltergeist has received a release date of November 24, 2010, Thanksgiving weekend. With director Vadim Perelman (House of Sand and Fog) attached since last September, the production has been in development a long time with a script surfacing last year, but so far, no cast has been announced and no information about where or when they might start filming.

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Posted by: WiFi on August 12, 2009 at 20:34:05

HOLY S H I T *_*

Posted by: ..Michael Myers.. on August 12, 2009 at 21:00:15

Some people are going to die, literally. If it's a such thing as a "movie" being cursed, this one is it!

Posted by: Ryan on August 12, 2009 at 22:08:21

Yeah the events that have taken place during the filming of these movies is like unreal its very freaky.

Posted by: ebud on August 13, 2009 at 04:07:38

Are the top brass really thinking about this hard? From what I remember as a kid the whole series of the Poltergeist movies were cursed. Are they this is a good idea? One last thing why are they messing with the "classics", that movie scared the **** out of me as a kid. That clown

Posted by: ebud on August 13, 2009 at 04:08:56

Sorry, missed a word. Was asking are they really thinking this through?

Posted by: THESE REMAKES NEED TO STOP!!!! on August 13, 2009 at 04:50:53

i agree wtih u michael...i hope everyone dies on the set!!!!!!! that film DOESNT NEED to be remade. heather o rourke is prob spinnin in her grave...when will the remakes stop!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! that is my all time fav horror movie that i grew up on. are people to LAZY to go and buy the dvds?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?! "youre gonna die all of u! you are all gonna diiiiiiiieeeeee!!!!" kane from poltergeist 2. ebud ya there was a e! true hollywood story on the curse of poltergiest. ALOT of stuff happened on the sets of poltergeist 1-3...this hurts its bad enough halloween is forever ruined by rob zombie..the jason remake was horrible...noes remake is prob goign to suck bc robert englund aint in it...and now this just raped me of my childhood. this who in there right mind is going to do the terrific performances form craig t nelson, jobeth williams and heather o rourke??? WHO WHO WHO??? and come on WHO re they going to get to play carol anne??? dakota fanning would have been good few years ago, but cant think of anyone today......these studios need shot! cant anyone think of ORIGINAL ideas?!?!?! the collector was a original idea. saw 334343 was a original idea. midnight meat train was ORIGINAL!!!!!! STOP MESSING WITH MY CHILDHOOD HORROR MOVIES!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by: Burke Guthrie on August 13, 2009 at 08:46:26

it could be good, what they could do with the remake is it be a family moves into a home, that craig t nelsons company had built, if im not mistaken his character was a contractor, bring him back in at least a cameo along with jobeth williams to console and assist the family that is dealing with the poltergeist and they could get the girl that played esther in orpan to be the new heather orourke role, as carol anne.

Posted by: Kim on August 13, 2009 at 10:20:19

I personally like remakes and look forward to seeing which classics are being redone. A remake of a classic can be great if the story line doesn't change and I love comparing the old to the new. Hopefully they don't change a thing with the storyline on this one though because this is one classic that if done right will be awesome.

Posted by: David on August 13, 2009 at 12:45:05

For more information on this and all the "Poltergeist" films, visit my site:

Posted by: SexyGeek on August 13, 2009 at 17:33:25

I loved this film as a kid. I'll be curious to see where they take it.

Darn you STYD for giving me more reasons to come to this site after H2 and Nightmare are done.

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