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Amanda Seyfried Joins Kevin Bacon For ‘You Should Have Left’

Amanda Seyfried (Jennifer’s Body, Ted 2) has boarded You Should Have Left, the supernatural thriller from Blumhouse, and will star opposite Kevin Bacon (Tremors).     David Koepp, the screenwriter behind Jurassic Park and Spider-Man, will direct the project set to begin filming later this year, THR reports. You Should Have Left is based on the novel of […]

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Things Get “Hairy-er” In ‘Another WolfCop’ Trailer

2014’s WolfCop (review) from writer-director Lowell Dean was a howling good time. Things get “hairy-er” in the new trailer for its sequel, Another WolfCop. This time, everything will be bigger, better, hairier, and more action-packed!     Leo Fafard returns to his role as Lou/WolfCop. Amy Matysio and Jonathan Cherry co-star alongside Laura Abramsen, Kevin Allardyce, Yannick Bisson, Jessica Hinkson, […]

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Shudder Wants To Show You ‘The Witch In The Window’

Shudder has picked up the international streaming rights for writer-director Andy Mitton’s The Witch in the Window. And a new image has been had been unveiled. The Witch in the Window stars Alex Draper (Yellowbrickroad), Arija Bareikis (The Purge) and Charlie Tacker. Mitton will produce alongside Richard W. King. In the film, “A house-flipper named Simon […]

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The Trouble With Eli Roth’s DEATH WISH

(NOTE: THIS IS JUST MY OPINION. IF YOU DON’T AGREE, I RESPECT THAT) Gun’s are cool, shooting bad guys is badass, and 6-chamber street justice is the name of the game in Eli Roth’s deeply problematic Death Wish. Initially delayed after the tragic Las Vegas shooting last October, Death Wish had the great misfortune of being […]

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Annihilation Review: Lovecraft Done Right

There’s a sense of unease all throughout Annihilation, the latest film from Ex Machina director Alex Garland. The strange color palette, booming techno-esque score,and oddly detached performances from the actors add up to a film that is immensely strange, beautiful, and utterly alienating. Few films have really nailed down what made Lovecraft’s monsters so powerful; […]

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Jordan Peele Gives First Hints Of His Next Film

Since it’s release last February, “Get Out” has proven to have legs and then some, grossing over $250 million dollars and mopping up on the rewards segment, including four academy award nominations. It was a smashing successful and startling debut for first time director Jordan Peele, best known for his sketch show on Comedy Central. […]

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