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On the midseason finale of The Vampire Diaries, Stefan asked Katherine to prove that she's worth loving. Or at least not killing.
Her response was an attempt to help Stefan protect Elena and it boiled down to this: follow up on Isobel.
Does this mean Mia Kirshner will soon reprise her role as Elena's birth mother? It sounds that way, based on what producer Julie Plec told TV Guide:
"Isobel has a lot of information and will continue to be useful for that information," executive producer Julie Plec tells us. "Where she is right now, what she's doing and whose side she's on - those questions start to get asked very soon."
If Isobel does return, she might be reunited with an ex-lover. It's already been confirmed that David Anders will appear in 2011 as Uncle Father John. »
- email@example.com (Matt Richenthal)
ShockTillYouDrop.com got a chance to talk to Splice director Vincenzo Natali about two of his upcoming projects - 388 Arletta Avenue and Paris, I'll Kill You . Nick Stahl, Mia Kirshner and Devon Sawa star in the thriller 388 Arletta Avenue , which "plays with the notion that if you could scratch to beneath the surface of what most supposedly ordinary people present to the world, and even to themselves, you would find very interesting and possibly very dark things. If exploited, some of those things could even result in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse, as it does for our lead character." You can read the full interview here . To see what Natali said about Paris, I'll Kill You --a horror "spoof" of Paris, I Love You he's working on with Joe Dante, »
A week and a half out from the end of principal photography, executive producer Vincenzo Natali gave Shock Till You Drop a call to discuss the nature of 388 Arletta Avenue , a new thriller we learned about at the American Film Market this year that has attracted the cast Nick Stahl, Mia Kirshner and Devon Sawa. Canadian filmmaker Randall Cole ( Real Time ) is directing, and in a press release sent out earlier this month, he said little about the film other than: "388 Arletta Avenue plays with the notion that if you could scratch to beneath the surface of what most supposedly ordinary people present to the world, and even to themselves, you would find very interesting and possibly very dark things. If exploited, some of those things could even result in a deadly game of »
Now that was a midseason finale, people.
In last night's midseason finale of The Vampire Diaries, motives became clear and secrets were revealed as the Mystic Falls gang knowingly and unknowingly played a part in an overall plan; which we will designate Operation: Klaus from here on out. The acting was superb, the special effects amazingly tasteful. It was a Tvd fan's dream and more, followed by the nightmare of having to wait till January 27th to see what happens next. So while you catch your breaths across the country, let's recap on the bum rush to our psyches that was The Vampire Diaries.
Trapped in More Ways Than One...
Elena is determined to make a deal with Klaus involving the moonstone and her own sacrifice in order to save her family and friends. Bonnie mentions taking the spell out of the moonstone, rendering it useless and keeping things the same. »
- Mark O. Estes
We have new details for a movie coming up called 388 Areletta Avenue . I don’t understand the emoticon at the end of that title but am hoping the movie explains it. Otherwise it’s just stupid. Still could be if the explanation is weak. I am getting sidetracked though. The movie has some real talent in it. You have got Nick Stahl (Sin City, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Mirrors 2), Mia Kirshner (The Black Dahlia, The Vampire Diaries), and Devon Sawa (Final Destination, Idle Hands). The synopsis goes like this: “Shot from the point of view of hidden cameras, the film follows a thirty-something couple, James and Amy Deakin, as they are secretly videotaped 24/7 by a mysterious stalker in their home, on the streets, and at their workplace. The stalker uses information gleaned from the footage to subtly manipulate the unsuspecting couple, and cracks in their relationship [...] »
- Shawn Schmidt
Nick Stahl is best known for his roles in Terminator 3 as John Connor, and as the lead character in HBO's incredible unfinished TV series Carnivale. HBO... I would really love to see the rest of that story, and how it all ends! You totally left us hanging!
Stahl really hasn't done a lot since the show, and I'm not sure why, he's a talented actor. It's been announced that that he will be taking on the lead role in a new film being produced by Splice director Vincenzo Natali. The thriller is called 388 Arletta Ave., and it will be written and directed by Randall Cole.
Here is a description of the film from the director:
(The film) Plays with the notion that if you could scratch to beneath the surface of what most supposedly ordinary people present to the world, and even to themselves, you would find very interesting and possibly very dark things. »
Shooting has begun on writer-director Randall Cole’s Hitchcockian thriller 388 Arletta Avenue . Don’t be put off by the annoying smiley, the film is described as a “wickedly smart mystery-thriller” by executive producer Vincenzo Natali (Splice), which sees a slight change in direction for Cole, who usually helms comedies (he directed Real Time in 2008 and the disappointing rom-com 19 months in 2002). The film plays with ever present fears surrounding the use and abuse of technology, specifically CCTV, and details a scenario in which a deadly stalker is able to constantly spy on and manipulate a couple using hidden cameras. It’s not a particularly star studded cast, but then horrors never are. The film features Nick Stahl (Sin City), Mia Kirshner (Vampire Diaries) and Devon Sawa (Final Destination) and will be produced by Splice producer Steve Hoban, and Mark Smith (The Spine). Hit the jump for the full synopsis and more. »
- Ben Garman
A few weeks back we revealed the sneaky teaser poster for the new hidden camera thriller '388 Arletta Avenue' that showed up at the Afm 2010 event in La. The new thriller, produced by 'Splice' helmer Vincenzo Natali, is wrriten and directed by Randall Cole. Natali has been chatting about the movie and a brand new plot summary has emerged giving us all the juicy deets. '388 Arletta Avenue' stars Nick Stahl ('Dead Awake', 'Mirrors 2', 'Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines'), Devon Sawa ('Idle Hands', 'Final Destination') and the gorgeous Mia Kirshner (below). »
Originally spotted in the halls of Afm 2010, the first details on the Vincenzo Natali executive produced thriller 388 Arletta Avenue are finally here, and we've got the skinny on everything you need to know including a whopper of a plot crunch.
Principal photography on the flick has begun in Toronto with director Randall Cole (Real Time, 19 Months) at the helm. Nick Stahl (Sin City, "Carnivale", Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Mirrors 2), Mia Kirshner ("The Vampire Diaries," "The L Word," The Black Dahlia), and Devon Sawa (Final Destination, Idle Hands) star; and Steve Hoban (Splice, Ginger Snaps) and Mark Smith (The Spine) are on board to produce.
Shot from the point of view of hidden cameras, the film follows a thirty-something couple, James and Amy Deakin, as they are secretly videotaped 24/7 by a mysterious stalker in their home, on the streets, and at their workplace. The stalker uses information »
- Uncle Creepy
Dear HBO: Bring back Carnivale.
There. Now that that's out of the way I can get on with the real substance of what Carnivale leading man Nick Stahl is up to these days, namely camping out here in Toronto and taking the lead in writer-director Randall Cole's high tech thriller 388 Arletta Ave.
Toronto. December 1, 2010. Principal photography has begun on 388 Arletta Avenue :), an unsettling Hitchcockian thriller written and directed by Randall Cole (Real Time, 19 Months). The film stars Nick Stahl (Sin City, Carnivale, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines), Mia Kirshner (Vampire Diaries, L Word, The Black Dhalia) and Devon Sawa (Final Destination, Nikita). Executive producer Vincenzo Natali (Splice, Cube), produced by Steve Hoban (Splice, Ginger Snaps, Ryan) and Mark Smith (The Spine, »
Shock first told you about the Vincenzo Natali-produced 388 Arletta Avenue during our American Film Market coverage , providing you with some early sales artwork. Today, we've received an official release. Read on for casting news and more: Principal photography has begun on 388 Arletta Avenue :), an unsettling Hitchcockian thriller written and directed by Randall Cole (Real Time, 19 Months). The film stars Nick Stahl (Sin City, Carnivale, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines), Mia Kirshner (Vampire Diaries, L Word, The Black Dhalia) and Devon Sawa (Final Destination, Nikita). Executive producer Vincenzo Natali (Splice, Cube), produced by Steve Hoban (Splice, Ginger Snaps, Ryan) and Mark Smith (The Spine, Ryan). 388 Arletta Avenue :) is filming in Toronto and will be a 2011 »
The votes have been cast and the ballots counted for tonight come the Second Annual Reaper Awards, a collaboration between Home Media Magazine and Dread Central. For fans who asked for up-to-date coverage, we will be live blogging the awards show right here on this page.
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Never Sleep Again – The Elm Street Legacy isn’t just a tribute to an enduring and innovative series of horror films, it’s also a beautiful gift to the fans. Not just another documentary, it’s now the »
Dark Days, the direct-to-dvd sequel to 2007 comic-book adaptation 30 Days of Night, is in stores today, and to mark the occasion Sony Pictures Home Entertainment have released five clips from the movie to whet viewers’ appetites.
This sequel to David Slade’s excellent original stars Kiele Sanchez (A Perfect Getaway), Harold Perrineau (Lost), Mia Kirshner (The Black Dahlia), Diora Baird (Wedding Crashers) and Rhys Coiro (24). Helmed by Steve Niles, the official synopsis reads:
It’s been a year since the Alaskan town of Barrow’s population was decimated by vampires during its annual month long sunset. Riddled with grief over the death of her husband, bound by nightmares and void of all emotions beyond hate and sorrow, Stella (Sanchez) has spent the past months traveling the world, trying to convince others that vampires exist. Met with skepticism and laughter, Stella is ready to throw in the towel when a group of lost souls (Coiro, »
- Steven Neish
Another week in October, another bounty crop of horror DVDs and Blu-rays. This week we have home entertainment from recent theatrical releases of nightmares of the mind as well as re-releases of classic and campy horror, all with boatloads of extras.
Then there are other horror titles that are being re-released on Blu-ray or in packs for double dipping. On top of that, horror offerings from Asia, past seasons of TV shows, manga, novels, and even video games are all vying for our pocketbooks. And we still have four more weeks of October to go.
Next year October needs to begin in August.
Human Centipede: First Sequence
Directed by Tom Six
Human Centipede: First Sequence (review) was a sensation ever since its first mention. Stephen Colbert even talked about it at the 2010 Emmys Awards broadcast! The premise cannot be simpler. Two pretty American girls are on a road trip through Europe. »
A look at what's new on DVD today:
"Fade to Black" (2010)
Directed by Oliver Parker
Released by Image Entertainment
It looks like we'll have to update our list of actors who've played Orson Welles with this long-delayed drama from "The Importance of Being Earnest" director Parker, which stars Danny Huston as the "Touch of Evil" auteur who gets caught up in a murder mystery all his own on 1948's "Black Magic" in Italy when he finds out his name is on a hit list. Christopher Walken, Diego Luna and Paz Vega co-star.
"30 Days of Night: Dark Days" (2010)
Directed by Ben Ketai
Released by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Rare for a direct-to-video sequel, original author Steve Niles returns to co-write this follow-up to the 2007 graphic novel adaptation about a vampire attack in Alaska. This time, "Lost" star Kiele Sanchez is protecting her neck, along with Diora Baird, Harold Perrineau, Rhys Coiro and Mia Kirshner, »
- Stephen Saito
Dark Horse Entertainment released four wicked new clips from the upcoming horror movie “30 Days of Night: Dark Days” by director Ben Ketai (30 Days of Night: Dust to Dust, Suck) and starring Mia Kirshner (The Vampire Diaries), Kiele Sanchez (A Perfect Getaway) and Diora Baird (Pornstar, Night of the Demons). Synopsis: It has been a year since the isolated Alaskan town of Barrow’s population was decimated by vampires during its annual month long sunset. Riddled with grief over the death of her husband Eben, bound by nightmares and void of all emotions beyond hate and sorrow, Stella Oleson has spent the past months traveling the world, trying to convince others [...] »
- Brian Corder
The home video release of the sequel to the comic book-inspired gory vampire movie 30 Days of Night is just days away and four new clips from the movie have been released to help get the word out about 30 Days of Night: Dark Days. Written and directed by Ben Ketai, Dark Days picks up one year after the population of Barrow, Alaska, was decimated by a coven of blood-thirsty vampires. Sole survivor Stella Oleson (Kiele Sanchez), haunted by the experience and grief-stricken over the death of her estranged husband, Eben, attempts to expose the vampire threat by lecturing about the events in Barrow, drawing the attention of other vampire survivors as well as a coven of vampires led by Lillith, queen of the vampires. Diora Baird , Rhys Coiro and Mia Kirshner also star.
Next Showing: 30 Days of Night: Dark Days will be released on Blu-ray and DVD on October 5
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- BrentJS Sprecher
The long-awaited sequel 30 Days of Night: Dark Days is almost here. Starring Kiele Sanchez (taking over from Melissa George in the original 30 Days of Night), Diora Baird and Mia Kirshner, the film looks to revist the nightmarish vampire-strewn world of Steve Niles' comic books; and sees a band of humans looking to end the undead killing spree begun in the first film. Check out an exclusive clip from the film after the jump. You can own 30 Days of Night: Dark Days on blu-ray and DVD combo pack October 5th, when it will also be available on Digital Download. »
I was with the flick for a good twenty minutes. The follow-up to the surprisingly solid 30 Days of Night (30 Days of Night: Dark Days) begins with a few signs of promise: the cast includes names like Kiele Sanchez, Diora Baird, and Mia Kirshner (gorgeous women all); the creator of the graphic novel source material, Steve Niles, is credited as co-screenwriter; and the prologue is really quite clever... As the film opens we learn that the only survivor of the Alaskan vampire massacre that we all enjoyed in the first film is one Stella Oleson (Sanchez here, Melissa George in Part 1). Of course noboby believes her story of how Barrow was destroyed by a pack of ravenous (and very opportunistic) vampires, but Stella is »
30 Days of Night: Dark Days, directed by Ben Ketai and oo-written by Ketai and Steve Niles, is the straight to DVD and Blu-ray sequel to the 2007 original stars Kiele Sanchez (in the role made famous by Melissa George in the original), Harold Perrineau, Mia Kirshner, Diora Baird and Rhys Coiro.
It’s been almost a year since the Alaskan town of Barrow’s population was decimated by vampires during its annual month-long sunset. Riddled with grief over the death of her husband, bound by nightmares and void of all emotions beyond hate and sorrow, Stella (Sanchez) has spent the past months traveling the world, trying to convince others that vampires exist. Met with skepticism and laughter, Stella is ready to throw in the towel when a group of lost souls (Coiro, Baird and Perrineau) offers an incredible opportunity: the chance to exact revenge upon Lilith (Kirshner), the vampire queen responsible »
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