Author Archive | Kelli Marchman McNeely


‘Before The Fire’ Trailer Teases People Are More Dangerous Than Any Pandemic

    With perfect timing, Dark Sky Films has released the trailer for the pandemic thriller Before The Fire, the debut feature of Charlie Buhler. Jenna Lyng Adams of  “The Kominsky Method,” wrote and stars in the film that follows Ava Boone (Adams), a Hollywood actress whose rising career is cut short when a pandemic influenza […]

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‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ May Not Be The Last Of The Franchise

We’ve long thought that the next film of the Jurassic Park franchise, Jurassic World: Dominion, will be the last. But that might not be true after all. Producer Frank Marshall has now teased that Dominion is just the beginning. Marshall told  Collider that Dominion will start “a new era” for the franchise.   It’s the start […]

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Everyone Is A Suspect In ‘All The Wrong Friends’ – On Digital This June

    Ryan Hawkins and Mark Kerins make their feature debut with All the Wrong Friends, the film that centers around a group of high school friends, who reunite for a vacation one year after graduating. They soon find that their relationships have changed for the worse after one of them turns up dead. As […]

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Movie Review: ‘The Dinner Party’ Is Sophisticated Horror With A Twist

As elegant as it is disturbing, the indie horror film The Dinner Party invites viewers to witness a gathering they’ll never forget. From director and star Miles Doleac who co-wrote the film along with Michael Donovan comes the film that follows a playwright and his wife who have been invited to a dinner at a […]

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‘We Summon The Darkness’ On Blu-ray And DVD

    This June Saban Films’ horror flick We Summon the Darkness will be unleashed on Blu-ray. From My Friend Dahmer director Marc Meyers comes this dark tale of satanic murder and mayhem. “On the way to a heavy metal concert, Alexis (Alexandra Daddario) and two girlfriends hear a news report of a local murder believed to be tied to a […]

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First Look: Hulu’s ‘Into The Dark: Good Boy’ Bares Its Teeth This June

The next installment of Hulu’s holiday horror-themed series “Into the Dark” celebrates Pet Appreciation week. They say that dogs are a man’s (and woman’s) best friend, but what happens when a good dog does bad things? “Into the Dark: Good Boy” examines that. Directed by Tragedy Girls director Tyler MacIntyre, “Good Boy”, centers on “Maggie (Judy Greer) […]

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Indie Horror Anthology “Tales From Da Ville” Now Free On YouTube

The social thriller anthology series  “Tales from Da Ville” is now streaming free on Youtube. The anthology is hosted by Brooklyn’s own Rapper, Bam Vito, widely known for performing the theme song for the popular web series, “Money & Violence.” The rest of the talented New York cast are actors on the rise seen on […]

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New Trailer & Release Date Unveiled For ‘Antebellum’ – From The Producer Of ‘Get Out’

    The new intense, time-bending trailer has arrived for the new horror-thriller Antebellum, from the producer of Get Out and US. Groundbreaking writer-directors Gerard Bush and Christoper Renz (Bush+Renz) take us on the nail-biting journey of successful author Veronica Henley (Janelle Monáe) as she finds herself trapped in a horrifying reality and must uncover the mind-bending mystery before it’s too late. […]

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True Crime Docuseries “No One Saw A Thing” Debuts On Sundance

    In 1981, after years of intimidation and brutality, the town bully Ken Rex McElroy is gun downed in broad daylight in front of 60 witnesses in the small town of Skidmore, Missouri, but no one saw a thing or at least that’s what they claim to this very day. Blumhouse’s docuseries “No One […]

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