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Premiere Date Announced For Netflix’s New Series ‘Mindunter’ From The Director Of ‘Fight Club’

  David Fincher, the director behind films such as Fight Club, Se7en, Zodiac, and Gone Girl, is gearing up to deliver his serial killer series Mindhunter. The series, set to premiere on Netflix this October, was penned by Joe Penhall and Scott Buck, based on the 1995 book ‘Mind Hunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial […]

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Netflix Announces Forest Whitaker Joining Theo James In ‘How It Ends’

Netflix has announced that Forest Whitaker has signed on to co-star alongside Theo James (Underworld: Awakening), David M. Rosenthal (Jacob’s Ladder remake) in the post-apocalyptic thriller How It Ends, THR reports.     Beginning production in Canada next month under the direction of David M. Rosenthal, the film centers on a mysterious apocalyptic event that […]

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Mike Flanagan To Direct Series Adaption Of THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE For Netflix

  Netflix has ordered the series adaptation of Shirley Jackson’s 1959 novel, ‘The Haunting of Hill House’, long considered one of the best modern ghost stories written. Mike Flanagan will be in the director’s chair for the 10-episode series. He will also write and executive produce it. Referred to as a “modern reimagining”, the series […]

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Netflix Announces Season 2 Of Santa Clarita Diet With Body Parts

    Fans fell hard for the charming, quirky, and gore filled series Santa Clarita Diet, starring Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant. Luckily, today Netflix officially announced that the hit horror-comedy will be getting a second season.     In season one,¬†Joel (Timothy Olyphant) and Sheila (Drew Barrymore), husband and wife realtors, are leading vaguely […]

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Critical Thinking

Actress and well known horror star, Caroline Williams tweeted an article this morning that dovetailed with several previous Cynema posts. Director Brett Ratner called out the dangers of aggregate film score sites like Rotten Tomatoes or the similar Metacritic in an article that devolves into a promo for his upcoming films. You can read it […]

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