List of films released by Dimension Films

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The following is a complete list of films produced and/or distributed by American production and distribution company Dimension Films, a subsidiary of Lantern Entertainment, formerly owned by The Weinstein Company and The Walt Disney Company under Miramax. Dimension Films began in 1992, and has produced and distributed numerous genre films, largely horror, sci-fi, and action films.[1][2] The company has owned the rights to, as well as produced and distributed, the films of several horror franchises, including the Scream films, the Children of the Corn series, Hellraiser series, and the Halloween films, among others.

In addition to distributing films for theatrical release, Dimension Films also released numerous titles direct-to-video. In 2008, the company introduced the Dimension Extreme division, a DVD label for "extreme" cinema, which mainly consisted of domestic and international horror titles.

List of films[edit]

+Key Denotes standard theatrical release
Films that were released direct-to-video Denotes release was direct-to-video
Films that were released on television Denotes television release
Denotes home video release only under Dimension Extreme label

1990s[edit]

U.S. release date Title Production Distribution Notes Ref.
September 11, 1992 Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth No Yes [3]
December 9, 1992 dagger Godzilla vs. Biollante No Yes original distributor of the film in the United States, produced by Toho Studios [4]
January 29, 1993 Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice No Yes [5]
July 9, 1993 The Legend No Yes First film to be released by Dimension Films during their Disney tenure [6]
September 3, 1993 Fortress No Yes North American and Japan distribution; Co-production with Davis Entertainment and Village Roadshow Pictures, Columbia Pictures handled international distibution rights [5]
February 4, 1994 Gunmen No Yes North American distribution; Co-production with Davis Entertainment, International distribution by Columbia TriStar [7]
March 18, 1994 Mother's Boys Yes No [8]
May 11, 1994 The Crow Yes No [7]
January 27, 1995 Highlander III: The Sorcerer No Yes [7]
April 11, 1995 dagger The Road Killers Yes No [7]
September 1, 1995 The Prophecy No Yes [9]
September 12, 1995 dagger Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest No Yes [10]
September 29, 1995 Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers No Yes [11]
December 19, 1995 dagger Men of War No Yes [11]
January 19, 1996 From Dusk till Dawn No Yes Co-production with A Band Apart and Los Hooligans Productions [12]
March 8, 1996 Hellraiser: Bloodline No Yes [13]
July 26, 1996 Supercop No Yes [14]
August 16, 1996 Supercop 2 No Yes
August 30, 1996 Crime Story No Yes [14]
August 30, 1996 The Crow: City of Angels Yes Yes [15]
September 17, 1996 The Shooter No Yes [11]
October 8, 1996 dagger Children of the Corn IV: The Gathering No Yes [10]
November 29, 1996 Adrenalin: Fear the Rush No Yes [16]
December 20, 1996 Scream Yes Yes Co-production with Woods Entertainment [17]
February 28, 1997 dagger Fist of Legend No Yes [18]
July 18, 1997 Operation Condor No Yes [18]
July 18, 1997 Operation Condor 2: The Armor of the Gods No Yes [19]
August 22, 1997 Mimic Yes Yes [19]
August 22, 1997 Nirvana No Yes [20]
December 3, 1997 Office Killer No Yes
December 12, 1997 Scream 2 Yes Yes Co-production with Konrad Pictures [21]
December 16, 1997 dagger Bounty Hunters No Yes
January 20, 1998 dagger The Prophecy II Yes Yes [22]
January 23, 1998 Phantoms Yes Yes [23]
February 20, 1998 Senseless Yes Yes [24]
April 17, 1998 Nightwatch Yes Yes [19]
March 27, 1998 Ride Yes Yes [25]
May 27, 1998 I Got the Hook Up No Yes [26]
June 21, 1998 dagger Children of the Corn V: Fields of Terror No Yes [10]
August 5, 1998 Halloween H20: 20 Years Later Yes Yes [27]
August 14, 1998 Air Bud: Golden Receiver No Yes [28]
December 25, 1998 The Faculty Yes Yes Co-production with Los Hooligans Productions [29]
March 16, 1999 dagger From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money No Yes Co-production with A Band Apart and Los Hooligans Productions [30]
April 9, 1999 Twin Dragons No Yes [31]
April 23, 1999 eXistenZ No Yes [32]
August 3, 1999 dagger Tale of the Mummy No Yes [22]
August 20, 1999 Teaching Mrs. Tingle Yes Yes [33]
August 25, 1999 In Too Deep Yes Yes [34]
October 19, 1999 dagger Children of the Corn 666: Isaac's Return No Yes [10]

2000s[edit]

U.S. release date Title Production Distribution Notes Ref.
January 18, 2000 dagger From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter No Yes Co-production with A Band Apart and Los Hooligans Productions [30]
February 4, 2000 Scream 3 Yes Yes [35]
February 25, 2000 Reindeer Games Yes Yes [36]
March 14, 2000 dagger The Prophecy 3: The Ascent Yes Yes [35]
June 14, 2000 dagger The Crow: Salvation Yes Yes [15]
June 16, 2000 Boys and Girls Yes Yes [33]
July 7, 2000 Scary Movie Yes Yes Co-production with Wayans Bros. Entertainment [19]
September 1, 2000 Highlander: Endgame Yes Yes [37]
September 8, 2000 Backstage Yes Yes [38]
October 3, 2000 dagger Hellraiser: Inferno Yes Yes [39]
October 17, 2000 dagger Beowulf No Yes [7]
October 20, 2000 The Legend of Drunken Master No Yes [14]
December 22, 2000 Dracula 2000 Yes Yes [40]
March 30, 2001 Spy Kids Yes Yes Co-production with Troublemaker Studios [19]
May 15, 2001 dagger Bounty Hunters 2: Hardball No Yes [41]
July 4, 2001 Scary Movie 2 Yes Yes Co-production with Wayans Bros. Entertainment [42]
July 17, 2001 dagger Mimic 2 Yes Yes [43]
August 10, 2001 The Others Yes Yes [44]
August 24, 2001 Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back Yes Yes [45]
August 31, 2001 O Yes No [46]
October 9, 2001 dagger Children of the Corn: Revelation No Yes [10]
November 30, 2001 Texas Rangers Yes Yes [47]
January 4, 2002 Impostor Yes Yes [48]
March 12, 2002 Mexico City No Yes
June 18, 2002 dagger Beneath Loch Ness No Yes [49]
July 12, 2002 Halloween: Resurrection Yes Yes [50]
August 7, 2002 Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams Yes Yes Co-production with Troublemaker Studios [51]
August 13, 2002 dagger The Accidental Spy No Yes [52]
October 11, 2002 Below Yes Yes [53]
October 15, 2002 dagger Hellraiser: Hellseeker No Yes [54]
October 25, 2002 Paid in Full No Yes [55]
November 27, 2002 They No Yes Co-production with Focus Features [56]
December 6, 2002 Equilibrium Yes Yes [57]
December 17, 2002 dagger For the Cause No Yes Original title: Final Encounter [58]
January 14, 2003 dagger Tangled No Yes [59]
June 7, 2003 dagger Dracula II: Ascension No Yes [60]
July 25, 2003 Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over Yes Yes Co-production with Troublemaker Studios [61]
July 26, 2003 dagger Momentum No Yes
August 22, 2003 My Boss's Daughter Yes Yes [62]
September 12, 2003 Once Upon a Time in Mexico No Yes Co-production with Columbia Pictures and Troublemaker Studios International distributor [63]
September 22, 2003 dagger The Hole No Yes Co-production with Pathé [64]
October 14, 2003 dagger Mimic 3: Sentinel No Yes [65]
October 24, 2003 Scary Movie 3 Yes Yes [66]
November 26, 2003 Bad Santa Yes Yes Co-production with Columbia Pictures [67]
March 5, 2004 Starsky & Hutch No Yes Co-production with Warner Bros. [68]
September 17, 2004 Mr. 3000 Yes No Co-production with Touchstone Pictures [69]
September 28, 2004 dagger Track Down Yes Yes [70]
December 25, 2004 Darkness Yes Yes [71]
January 15, 2005 double-dagger The I Inside Yes Yes
February 25, 2005 Cursed Yes Yes Co-production with Outerbanks Entertainment [72]
April 1, 2005 Sin City Yes Yes Co-production with Troublemaker Studios [73]
April 15, 2005 The Amityville Horror Yes No Co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [74]
April 26, 2005 dagger The Nameless No Yes [71]
May 13, 2005 Mindhunters Yes No [75]
June 4, 2005 The Crow: Wicked Prayer No Yes [76]
June 7, 2005 dagger Hellraiser: Deader No Yes [54]
June 7, 2005 dagger The Prophecy: Uprising Yes Yes [77]
June 10, 2005 The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D Yes Yes Co-production with Columbia Pictures and Troublemaker Studios [78]
July 12, 2005 dagger Dracula III: Legacy Yes Yes [60]
August 26, 2005 The Brothers Grimm Yes Yes Co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Mosaic Media Group [79]
September 6, 2005 dagger Hellraiser: Hellworld No Yes [54]
September 6, 2005 dagger The Prophecy: Forsaken Yes Yes [80]
September 16, 2005 Venom Yes Yes Co-production with Outerbanks Entertainment, last film to be released by Dimension during their Disney tenure before being sold to The Weinstein Company [81]
October 18, 2005 Curandero Yes Yes Co-production with Rodriguez International Pictures [82]
December 25, 2005 Wolf Creek No Yes [83]
April 14, 2006 Scary Movie 4 Yes Yes Co-production with Miramax [66]
May 2, 2006 dagger Ritual Yes Yes [84]
August 11, 2006 Pulse Yes Yes [85]
September 22, 2006 Feast Yes Yes [86]
September 29, 2006 School for Scoundrels Yes Yes Co-distribution with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [87]
December 25, 2006 Black Christmas Yes No Co-distribution with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [88]
January 30, 2007 dagger The Gathering No Yes [89]
April 6, 2007 Grindhouse (Planet Terror and Death Proof) Yes Yes [90]
June 15, 2007 DOA: Dead or Alive No Yes Released on DVD under Dimension Extreme label September 11, 2007 [91]
June 22, 2007 1408 Yes No Co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [92]
July 27, 2007 Who's Your Caddy? Yes Yes Co-distribution with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; produced by Our Stories Films [93]
August 31, 2007 Halloween Yes No Co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [50]
September 11, 2007 ∈ Dirty Sanchez: The Movie No Yes [94]
September 25, 2007 ∈ Broken No Yes [95]
October 9, 2007 ∈ Black Sheep No Yes Theatrical distribution by The Weinstein Company [96]
October 23, 2007 ∈ Buried Alive No Yes [97]
November 13, 2007 ∈ Welcome to the Jungle No Yes [98]
November 21, 2007 The Mist Yes No Co-distribution with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [99]
February 5, 2008 ∈ Storm Warning No Yes [100]
February 19, 2008 ∈ Nightmare Detective No Yes [101]
March 4, 2008 ∈ Automaton Transfusion No Yes [102]
March 18, 2008 ∈ 13: Game of Death No Yes [103]
March 28, 2008 Superhero Movie Yes Yes Co-distribution with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [104]
April 15, 2008 ∈ Inside No Yes [105]
April 25, 2008 Rogue Yes Yes Co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and Emu Creek Pictures; released on DVD under Dimension Extreme label August 5, 2008 [106]
May 6, 2008 ∈ Teeth No Yes [107]
May 20, 2008 ∈ Diary of the Dead No Yes [108]
May 20, 2008 ∈ Night of the Living Dead No Yes [109]
June 6, 2008 The Promotion Yes No [110]
July 1, 2008 ∈ Triloquist No Yes [111]
July 15, 2008 ∈ Steel Trap No Yes [112]
August 8, 2008 Hell Ride Yes Yes Released on DVD under Dimension Extreme label October 28, 2008 [113]
August 12, 2008 ∈ The Killing Gene No Yes Original title: WΔZ [114]
August 19, 2008 ∈ The Wizard of Gore No Yes [115]
August 22, 2008 The Longshots Yes No Co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [116]
September 23, 2008 ∈ The Mother of Tears No Yes [117]
September 30, 2008 ∈ Pulse 2: Afterlife Yes Yes [118]
October 7, 2008 ∈ Feast II: Sloppy Seconds Yes Yes [119]
November 7, 2008 Soul Men Yes No Co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [120]
November 18, 2008 ∈ The Zombie Diaries No Yes [121]
December 5, 2008 ∈ Extreme Movie No Yes [122]
December 23, 2008 ∈ Pulse 3 Yes Yes [123]
January 6, 2009 ∈ Eden Lake No Yes [124]
January 20, 2009 ∈ King of the Hill No Yes Original title: King of the Mountain [125]
February 17, 2009 ∈ Feast III: The Happy Finish Yes Yes [122]
March 3, 2009 ∈ Dead in 3 Days No Yes [126]
April 21, 2009 ∈ Dante 01 No Yes [122]
May 12, 2009 ∈ Kill Buljo No Yes [122]
August 28, 2009 Halloween II Yes Yes [127]
October 16, 2009 Janky Promoters Yes No [128]
November 25, 2009 The Road No Yes [129]

2010s[edit]

U.S. release date Title Production Distribution Notes Ref.
January 8, 2010 Youth in Revolt Yes Yes [130]
February 9, 2010 Hurricane Season Yes No [131]
August 20, 2010 Piranha 3D Yes Yes [132]
April 15, 2011 Scream 4 Yes Yes Co-production with Corvus Corvax and Outerbanks Entertainment [35]
August 19, 2011 Spy Kids: All the Time in the World Yes Yes Co-production with Troublemaker Studios [133]
August 30, 2011 ∈ Children of the Corn: Genesis No Yes [134]
September 2, 2011 Apollo 18 Yes Yes [135]
September 23, 2011 Livid No Yes [136]
October 11, 2011 Zombie Diaries 2 No Yes [137]
October 18, 2011 ∈ Hellraiser: Revelations Yes Yes [137]
June 1, 2012 Piranha 3DD Yes Yes [138]
February 22, 2013 Dark Skies Yes Yes Co-production with Alliance Films and Blumhouse Productions [139]
April 12, 2013 Scary Movie 5 Yes Yes [140]
May 10, 2013 Aftershock Yes Yes Co-distribution with RADiUS-TWC [141]
June 21, 2013 Compulsion No Yes [142]
October 11, 2013 All the Boys Love Mandy Lane No Yes [143]
January 14, 2014 Penthouse North No Yes [144]
April 18, 2014 13 Sins No Yes Co-distribution with RADiUS-TWC; Co-production with Blumhouse Productions [145]
August 22, 2014 Sin City: A Dame to Kill For Yes Yes [146]
October 31, 2014 Horns No Yes Co-distribution with RADiUS-TWC [147]
February 27, 2015 Everly No Yes [148]
October 17, 2015 Kristy No Yes Co-distribution with The Weinstein Company; Co-production with David Kirschner Productions [149]
June 17, 2016 Clown Yes Yes Co-production with Cross Creek Pictures, PS 260, Vertebra Films, Zed Filmworks, Method Studios, and Dragonfly Entertainment [141]
July 29, 2016 Viral Yes Yes Co-distribution with RADiUS-TWC; Co-production with Blumhouse Productions [150]
November 4, 2016 Army of One Yes No [151]
June 16, 2017 47 Meters Down Yes No Distributed by Entertainment Studios
October 10, 2017 Demonic Yes Yes [152]
October 28, 2017 Amityville: The Awakening Yes Yes Co-distribution with RADiUS-TWC; Co-produced with Blumhouse Productions [153]
February 13, 2018 Hellraiser: Judgment Yes No Distributed by Lionsgate Films [154]
March 13, 2018 Children of the Corn: Runaway Yes No Distributed by Lionsgate Films [155]
September 17, 2019 Polaroid Yes No International co-distribution with Lantern Entertainment and 13 Films; distributed in the US by Vertical Entertainment [156][157]

Aborted and stalled projects[edit]

U.S. release date Title Notes
Cancelled An American Werewolf in London In 2009, Dimension purchased the rights to a remake of An American Werewolf in London.[158] It was reported in 2016 that Max Landis, son of director John Landis, was developing the film. In December 2017, Max Landis confirmed on Twitter that he had completed the first draft of the script.[159] But beginning in late 2017, accusations by a number of women that Landis had abused them emotionally or sexually began to emerge publicly. In the wake of those allegations, it remains unknown if Landis will be replaced or if the project will be put on indefinite hold.[160][161]

Television productions[edit]

Title Network Year(s)
Glory Days The WB 2002
Cement Heads A&E 2014
Scream MTV 2015–2016
The Mist Spike 2017
Spy Kids: Mission Critical Netflix 2018

See also[edit]

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