Excerpt: Originally slated for a March 2013 release, Carrie was delayed nearly 7 months to October. That is generally a good month for horror film. Carrie had a solid opening weekend, but had a huge drop in the following weeks (not unusual for horror films).
Summary: This last October brought a distressing lack of horror offerings in what’s supposed to be the spookiest time of the year. Insidious: Chapter 2 opened earlier, and the newest Paranormal Activity got pushed off its customary October perch.
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Excerpt: Kimberly Peirce �s remake of Carrie has been overshadowed in the media by Spike Lee�s reboot of Oldboy . Every Oldboy news piece is unleashed like a ticking time bomb that, like Carrie White, could explode at any moment.
Excerpt: Chloe Moretz tips the hand of the Carrie remake from the very beginning. The young actress who's played a tough vampire ( Let Me In ), a tough assassin ( Kick-Ass ) and a tough little French girl ( Hugo ) is the closest thing we have to an adolescent action heroine, and even if you didn't know that...
Conclusion: Carrie is one of Brian De Palma's best films. It's a fantastic character study that adds to the mix an element of Horror that only reinforces the plot rather than serving as the focus of the story.
Excerpt: Brian De Palma ’s "Carrie," based on the Stephen King novel of the same name, is one of the benchmark horror films of American cinema. Unlike some other horror films of this time, such as "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" (1974), "The Evil Dead" (1981) or "Day of the Dead" (1985), the gore is kept at a...
Conclusion: 'Carrie' is a seminal horror classic of the 1970s. Sure, the clothes and hair are dated, and Brian De Palma sometimes overdoes the stylistic flourishes to the point of overkill, but 'Carrie' still works.
Summary: School was - pardon the expression - bloody, screaming hell in Stephen King's 1974 novel, and Brian De Palma's still-definitive 1977 film adaptation. The problem for Kimberley ( Boys Don't Cry ) Peirce's competent cover version is how to up the stakes?