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Rue Morgue: ‘Pin’ Remake in the Works

The March (#109) issue of Rue Morgue magazine includes my story about the forthcoming remake of the creepy ’80s  horror classic Pin (which you can actually catch on Netflix’s Watch Instantly service).

“While many view the movie remake as an idea lifted from the Devil’s own cookbook, some see remakes as an opportunity to rescue deserving films from cult movie exile. Consider director Sandor Stern, who’s taking a second swat at the pinata with a forthcoming remake of his own 1988 film Pin (aka Pin: A Plastic Nightmare), a creepy Canadian masterpiece that was driven into cinematic obscurity by the failing fortunes of its distributor…”

Pick up this issue of Rue Morgue for a candid interview with Stern and Jack Reher, the screenwriter for the Pin remake.

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