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James McAvoy May Save The World In ‘Extinction’

Sci-fi is defiantly big this year. There have been several to come out and several in production. Now, James McAvoy is in talks to star in the sci-fi thriller-action film ‘Extinction’ from Good Universe and Mandeville Films, Deadline reports. McAvoy has stared in many films including ‘Victor Frankenstein‘, ‘Wanted’ and several ‘X-Men’ films. ‘Extinction’ follows a […]

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Evil Chokes On The New Poster For Incarnate

  A new possession thriller is coming and it is unlike anything we have seen before. The official one-sheet has now arrived for ‘Incarnate’, a collaboration of  horror heavyweight Blumhouse and WWE Studios. Brad Peyton (San Andreas) directed the film, written by Ronnie Christensen (Dark Tide).     In the film, Dr. Seth Ember, confined […]

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RLJ Entertainment Sets October DVD Release Date For ‘The Mind’s Eye’

    RLJ Entertainment is preparing for the Blu-ray and DVD release of ‘The Mind’s Eye’ this October. Written and directed by Joe Begos (Almost Human), the film follows two people born with psychokinetic powers.     Graham Skipper (Almost Human), Lauren Ashley Carter (Premium Rush), John Speredakos (Fantastic Four) and Noah Segan (Looper) star […]

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New Clips Released For The Disappointments Room – Now In Theaters

  Yesterday, ‘The Disappointments Room’ opened in theaters nationwide, from Relativity Media. Another sneak peek clip, titled “Hands”, has been released along with four other videos in the past 24 hours (below). The psychological thriller stars ‘Underworld’s’ Kate Beckinsale, alongside Mel Raido, Lucas Till and Gerald McRaney. D.J. Caruso (Disturbia) directed from the script penned by […]

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[FILM REVIEW] SpaghettiMan’ Is Reminiscent To Deadpool’ In A Good Way

In the wake of the box office hit starring Ryan Reynolds, adapted from a Marvel Comic (written/illustrated by Rob Liefeld and Fabien Nicieza), Deadpool, Spaghettiman’ was born. The film in which I felt nearly took the modern era comedy streak Deadpool dabbled with and tweaked it for its own good. And it worked. The outrageous […]

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