The men behind the Martyrs remake slated to direct new horror thriller Superstition
Plenty of you hated The Goetz Brothers’ 2015 remake of the classic French Canadian gorefest Martyrs.
We rather liked it.
You can read our review here.
Strong, stylish and with a solid emotional core, their remake was less nihilistic but more sensitive than the original.
Itâs become sort of presidential rite of passage for all but the dullest Commanders-in-Chief to be immortalized in celluloid. (Hang in there, Millard Fillmore!) But the versions we see on screen tend to exist solely in the rarefied context of their office â how these men behave, or donât, when the
Roberto DurÃ¡n was one of those boxers whose fame is hard to separate from his infamy. The proud Panamanian brawler rose from poverty to become a national hero when he beat Sugar Ray Leonard in the summer of 1980 â and then saw his reputation sullied and dragged through the mud just five months