Vision Films has bought U.S. theatrical distribution, VOD and DVD rights to supernatural horror movie “Living Among Us,” starring the late John Heard, Esme Bianco, and Thomas Ian Nicholas, Variety has learned exclusively.
Vision is planning a Janaury release for “Living Among Us,” directed by Brian A. Metcalf. William Sadler and Andrew Keegan also star.
Vision Films will release “Living Among Us” theatrically in January 2018. The film is a Red Compass Media production, produced by Metcalf and Nicholas and executive produced by Ben Chan.
The story centers on a family of vampires hiring filmmakers to bring their story to the world with devastating results. The documentary crew sent to interview the family soon realizes their very lives are
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On Tuesday, Hollywood’s sweetest families took to social media to show off their pint-sized patriotic tots and give a glimpse into how they were ringing in the Fourth of July.
Mom of two Christina Aguilera posted several shots on Instagram of her brood — fiancé Matthew Rutler, daughter Summer Rain, 2½, and son Max Liron, 9½ — posing on a pier with an American flag.
“Happy 4th of July!! ❤️,” she captioned the series of snaps.
Hope everyone had a great #4thJuly pic.twitter.com/1es4iSkfgM
— Terri Seymour (@TerriSeymour) July 5, 2017
My "mane men" on America's birthday! ❤️
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Jennifer Lawrence, who has a Best Actress Oscar from David O. Russell's "Silver Linings Playbook," was nominated for another one as the title character in this bio-drama about Joy Mangano, the real-life self-made millionaire who created the Miracle Mop, among other things. "Joy," written and directed by Russell, is out on Digital HD April 8, and on DVD/Blu-ray May 3. Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro, who co-starred in "Silver Linings Playbook," are back in supporting roles in this family story that crosses four generations. When the Blu-ray shows up, it'll feature the extras "Joy, Strength and Perseverance," and "Jennifer Lawrence and David O. Russell Times Talk with Maureen Dowd."
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Officially kicking off this Friday night (following a special Thursday night screening of Harbinger Down, complete with a Lance Henricksen and Alec Gillis Q&A), Crypticon Minneapolis runs from October 23rd–25th at the Ramada Bloomington. Other special guests include Doug Jones, William Forsythe, Suzanna Leigh, Leslie Easterbrook, Gigi Edgley, David Naughton, and more.
Below, we have the complete Crypticon Minneapolis schedule (via Facebook). If you're heading to Crypticon, make sure to send us an email at Contact@DailyDead.com and we can catch up at the event. To learn more, visit:
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Two policemen show up at an impressive Hollywood Hills manse, having been alerted by a silent alarm. A young man, Harris (Thomas Ian Nicholas) appears very reluctant to let them in, and his apparent girlfriend, Danneel (Jena Malone), is no less awkward in greeting the visitors. There are others stiffly gathered in a living room, while someone is supposedly stuck in an elevator upstairs. Clearly something very fishy is going on
This instantly pulls the audience in as we’re not entirely sure who exactly is hiding what in this scenario and if the cops are going to find anything. The bad guy in this scene is quickly revealed via
10 Cent Pistol centers on two brothers maneuver through the criminal underworld of Los Angeles in search of wealth, love and redemption. Their string of success screeches to a halt when a high stakes job goes horribly wrong. Soon they find themselves at the mercy of a crooked mob lawyer, and
Sustained by a likeable cast of notable character actors, screenwriter Michael C. Martin’s directorial debut 10 Cent Pistol sports similarities with his previous credit Brooklyn’s Finest (2009), which was directed by Antoine Fuqua. Multiple perspectives converge and crisscross over pulpy crime thriller tropes as cheaply manufactured as its titular toy would indicate, though its overly convoluted patch of twists, turns, and other maneuvers eventually belies a threadbare narrative by the time we get to the unveiling of the film’s ultra-mastermind. Taking place over familiar and commonly utilized Los Angeles terrain, this sun dappled rhinestone ultimately feels like another mean spirited, empty headed bauble, one whose ultimate moments of entertainment are dictated by the quality of the character in focus at any given moment.
A pair of Lapd officers show up to investigate a tripped security system at a private residence,
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