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Cherry 2000: what did it get right about 2017?

Kirsten Howard Sep 8, 2017

80s sci-fi romance Cherry 2000 was set in the year 2017, but how close was it to envisioning society as it is today?

This article contains spoilers about Cherry 2000

To a sheltered girl growing up on the outskirts of the New Forest, where the most exciting thing happening in 1988 was a demonstration day at the village candle-making shop, the trailer for Cherry 2000 landing at the start of nearly every VHS rental atop the shelves was an event. This film promised to be the height of 80s futuristic sci-fi hedonism - explosions, hot sex robots, outlandish stunts, apocalyptic gunfights and Melanie Griffith taking her top off again.

Did it deliver? Kinda, but in order to establish why the movie failed to ignite the masses, we’ll need to rewind a little further back in time and teleport to a little place full of glitz, glamour and showbusiness called Hollywood,
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Revisiting the film of Stephen King's Graveyard Shift

Rebecca Lea Jul 16, 2017

Our revisiting of the screen adapations of Stephen King's work arrives at Graveyard Shift...

The film: An abandoned textile mill has been re-opened, but is infested with rats and has a basement full of junk that needs clearing out. Tempting a group with double pay, foreman Warwick (Stephen Macht), pronounced 'War-Wick' by everyone in the film, gets them to start cleaning out the basement. Newcomer and seemingly professional drifter John (David Andrews) is part of the group that discovers rats may not be the only thing infesting the tunnels beneath the mill.

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Graveyard Shift is adapted from Stephen King’s short story of the same name, which appeared in his Night Shift collection. John Esposito is on screenplay duties here,
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House of Cards: Who Is Tim Corbet?

If there's one thing we can count on Francis Underwood for on House of Cards, it's his preference for solidarity. The number of relationships he has (that are based on genuine affection) can be counted on one hand - and even those come second to his ambitions, as we know from his fallout with Claire in season three. So when Frank does make a real connection with someone, it's noteworthy, especially if the person isn't a part of Frank's dealings in DC. An example of this early on in the show is Frank's school chum Tim Corbet (David Andrews), a character who pops up again in season five. Tim and Frank were very close during college, but their relationship became more than just friendship. During season one, Frank reunites with Tim and the rest of his college a cappella buddies at his alma mater, The Sentinel, 30 years after graduating. This
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Castle Recap: Moonlighting Cursed — Plus, What's Beckett's Next Move?

Castle Recap: Moonlighting Cursed — Plus, What's Beckett's Next Move?
This week on ABC’s Castle, Ryan’s latest gig working private security resulted in a very public tragedy, while Beckett’s identification with a murder victim helped nudge her to make a career move.

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What this Ryan-centric outing had over, say, Season 5’s “Fenton O’Connell” undercover op is that we had Ryan being Ryan — though he was markedly more serious, since he took it quite personally that the shooting of a congressman and an associate went down under his watch.

Also, the Case of the Week was pretty well-crafted.
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New Castle Season 7,Episode 18 Official Spoilers,Description Revealed By ABC

Recently, ABC served up the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Castle" episode 18 of season 7. The episode is entitled, "At Close Range," and it turns out that we're going to see some very intense and dramatic stuff go down as a dangerous assassination attempt takes place with Detective Ryan caught in the middle of it, and more! In the new, 18th episode press release: Working Security For A Politician Puts Detective Kevin Ryan In The Middle Of An Assassination Plot. Press release number 2: Detective Kevin Ryan is going to be on the security detail of a charismatic congressman attending a charity event when shots suddenly ring out. Driven to apprehend the killer, Ryan is going to have to revisit the events that led up to the shooting, with the help of Castle and Beckett. Guest stars feature: Maya Stojan as Tory Ellis, David Conrad as Frank Kelly, Reiko Aylesworth as Mia Lopez,
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First Look at 'Fight Club 2' Comic Book and Board Game

First Look at 'Fight Club 2' Comic Book and Board Game
More than 15 years after Fight Club hit theaters in the fall of 1999, fans will finally get to learn more about what happened to Tyler Durden in the Fight Club 2 graphic novel. Playboy has released the first six pages of the comic, which was created by original Fight Club author Chuck Palahniuk and illustrated by Cameron Stewart. The series will be previewed in a free issue during Comic Book Store Day on May 2 before the Dark Horse Comics title debuts on May 27.

Some imaginary friends never go away... Ten years after starting Project Mayhem, he lives a mundane life. A kid, a wife, pills to keep his destiny at bay. But it won't last long; the wife has seen to that. The time has come... Rize or Die. Along with the first six pages, we also have a handy "guide for emergency landing," designed as an in-flight instruction guide that helps
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‘Jessabelle’ Review

Stars: Sarah Snook, Mark Webber, Joelle Carter, David Andrews, Ana de la Reguera, Amber Stevens, Chris Ellis, Brian Hallisay, Vaughn Wilson, Larisa Oleynik, Fran Bennett, Lucius Baston | Written by Robert Ben Garant | Directed by Kevin Greutert

Jessabelle is yet another in the long line of Blumhouse-inspired supernatural thrillers that have flooded the market since the success of the like of Insidious, The Conjuring et al. This time round we follow a young woman, the titular Jessabelle, returning to her childhood home in Louisiana in order to recuperate from a horrific car accident which killed her boyfriend – on the very day they were set to move in together (oh the irony). Once settled in, she comes face to face with a long-tormented spirit that has been seeking her return; and – in a complete twist – has no intention of letting her leave. Dun dun dun!!!

Ok, so maybe I’m being a little harsh on Jessabelle,
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Jessabelle Tells a Familiar Tale: A Movie Review

*there are spoilers here. Director: Kevin Greutert. Writer: Robert Ben Garant. Cast: Sarah Snook, Joelle Carter, Mark Webber, David Andrews and Ana de la Reguera. Jessabelle is a supernatural thriller. This title was recently released through video-on-demand, by Blumhouse Production. Lacking in any true horror, the film offers a great setting, but a mundane tone. Thrills are relegated to a few fight scenes as the protagonist does her best to uncover a long buried family secret. Her digging uncovers several tropes, with the film moving towards a predictable conclusion. Jessabelle is a very watered down thriller, which will satisfy few. The story begins with tragedy. Jessabelle (Sarah Snook) is ready to start a family, with her boyfriend and new baby. A speeding semi, in a residential area, puts her dreams to rest, permanently. Jessabelle is forced to stay with her father, in a remote mansion. Here, she begins to see strange visions,
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Jessabelle Blu-ray / DVD Release Details & Cover Art

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Jessabelle just wants to heal, but she’ll get hell for her efforts. Wheelchair-bound as she recovers from a car accident that killed her boyfriend, Jessabelle returns home to be near her father, but ends up getting too close to a malevolent spirit in Saw VI director Kevin Greutert’s Jessabelle, a Southern gothic film with a supernatural streak that Lionsgate is releasing to home media this winter:

Press Release – “From the mastermind producer behind Insidious and The Purge comes the ghostly tale of Jessabelle. The haunting, supernatural thriller, directed by Kevin Greutert (Saw VI, Saw 3D: The Final Chapter), written by Robert Ben Garant (Hell Baby, Night at the Museum) and starring Sarah Snook, Mark Webber and Joelle Carter, will arrive on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD), DVD (plus Digital) and Digital HD on January 13, 2015 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. The Jessabelle Blu-ray and DVD, including audio commentary with the filmmakers,
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Jessabelle | Review

Ring Her Bell: Greutert Steps Outside Franchise For Promising Results

Considering that Jessabelle is directed by editor and eventual director of two Saw films, Kevin Greutert (he got credit for six and straight-to-dvd release number seven), his first foray outside of schlock genre isn’t the torporific eyesore one might have predicted. Written by Robert Ben Garant, better known as Deputy Travis Junior from the series “Reno 911!,” the film manages enough general interest to keep us wondering what will happen to its protagonist, even though it’s lack of tension and absence of thrills racks up quite a bit of dismay. Though a pleasantly peculiar finale at last breaks free of its quagmire of cliché, it can’t quite make up for the inert build-up, as well as a handful of illogical details that annul any of the film’s more successful moments.

After a devastating car accident claims her unborn child and her fiancée,
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Jessabelle Review

Jessabelle is a bit of an odd experience, blending a fangless voodoo fantasy with some seriously unnerving scares about inner-demons going bump in the night. While such an imbalance might not sound completely unheard of, the seamless way Reno 911! prankster Robert Ben Garant scripts this Southern spooker manages to polish rougher edges with invasive psychological horror that’s surprisingly nightmare-worthy. Even with director Kevin Greutert’s horror experience coming from the overly-gory Saw franchise – specifically the final two splatterfests – Jessabelle remains solely story-driven thanks to atmospheric haunted house tropes, not distracting, stomach-churning gore. Isn’t it nice when horror movies respect their audience and take time to craft white-knuckle scares worthy of a few less hours of sleep, instead of Ouija-like backhanded scare tactics?

Sarah Snook stars as the titular Jessabelle, a daughter returning to her sleepy Louisiana home while recuperating from a tragic car accident. Her father (David Andrews), now a callous drunk,
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Film Review: ‘Jessabelle’

Film Review: ‘Jessabelle’
Not to be confused with “Annabelle” (although that could only help commercially), “Jessabelle” serves up a murky and underwhelming cauldron of Southern-fried voodoo-horror claptrap. Scaling down a notch into PG-13 territory after two back-to-back “Saw” sequels, director Kevin Greutert manages some nicely drawn-out tension in isolated sequences, but novel twists and effective scares prove few and far between in this ludicrous bayou gothic about a wheelchair-bound young woman excavating a series of unusually dark family secrets. Although Lionsgate’s campaign is touting the involvement of producer Jason Blum (of the “Paranormal Activity,” “Sinister,” “Insidious” and “The Purge” movies), audience prospects look just middling, and franchising opportunities hopefully moot, for this post-Halloween theatrical and VOD release.

It takes barely five minutes for red-headed twentysomething Jessabelle, aka Jessie (Australian actress Sarah Snook), to lose her b.f. (Brian Hallisay) and their unborn child in a horrific car accident. Two months later, significantly
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Exclusive Photos of Lionsgates Jessabelle‏

Lionsgate presents Jessabelle

Exclusive Photographs from the New Lionsgate’s Film, Jessabelle

Starring:

Sarah Snook, Mark Webber, David Andrews, Joelle Carter, Ana de la Reguera,

Larisa Oleynik, Chris Ellis, Fran Bennett, Amber Stevens

Opens In Theaters and On Demand

November 7, 2014

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Twitter:

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New Poster, Stills from Jessabelle Make Bathing Scary

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New Poster, Stills from Jessabelle Make Bathing Scary
Just when you thought November was safe. Forget the pumpkin pie and turkey; it’s still time for a fresh new helping of horror. “Jessabelle,” a new horror film from the producer of “Paranormal Activity” and “Insidious” will make audiences feel like the witching hour of October never left. “Jessabelle,” directed by Kevin Greutert, stars Sarah Snook, Mark Webber, David Andrews, Joelle Carter, Ana de la Reguera, Larisa Oleynik, Chris Ellis, Fran Bennett and Amber Stevens. The film follows a young woman who has survived a harrowing car accident, only to find that her horrors are just beginning. “From the mastermind producer of Paranormal Activity and Insidious comes the ghostly tale [ Read More ]

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Three New Haunting Stills from Kevin Greuterts Jessabelle

Arrow in the Head have managed to score a trio of new exclusive stills from Kevin Greutert's ('Saw 3D') upcoming thriller 'Jessabelle'. The latest Blumhouse production stars Sarah Snook ('Sleeping Beauty') and Mark Webber ('Scott Pilgrim vs. the World') as a couple of friends with Snook playing the title role who finds herself up against a long-tormented spirit. Greutert helms from a script penned by 'Hell Baby' and 'Reno 911's Robert Ben Garant. 'Jessabelle' also stars David Andrews, Joelle Carter, Ana de la Reguera, Larisa Oleynik, Chris Ellis, Fran Bennett and Amber Stevens. Check out the images below....
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First Poster For Lionsgate’s Jessabelle Is Here

With a new release date of November 7, Lionsgate has released the first poster for the upcoming movie Jessabelle.

Talk about a pain in the neck!

From the mastermind producer of Paranormal Activity, The Purge and Insidious (Blumhouse Productions) comes the ghostly tale of Jessabelle.

Returning to her childhood home in Louisiana to recuperate from a horrific car accident, Jessabelle comes face to face with a long-tormented spirit that has been seeking her return — and has no intention of letting her escape.

Directed by Kevin Greutert, the cast includes Sarah Snook, Mark Webber, David Andrews, Joelle Carter, Ana de la Reguera, Larisa Oleynik, Chris Ellis, Fran Bennett, and Amber Stevens.

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The film has received a PG-13 rating for sequences of horror violence and terror.

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First Poster for Jessabelle

Jessabelle just wants to heal, but she’ll get hell for her efforts. Wheelchair-bound as she recuperates from a car accident that killed her boyfriend, Jessabelle returns home to be near her father, but ends up getting too close to a malevolent spirit. The first poster for Jessabelle shows a throat-tightening connection between the film’s heroine and her haunter.

From Blumhouse Productions and Lionsgate, Jessabelle hits theaters and VOD platforms on November 7th. We have a look at the first official poster below (thanks to Yahoo! Movies for the image!):

“From the mastermind producer of Paranormal Activity and Insidious comes the ghostly tale of Jessabelle. Returning to her childhood home in Louisiana to recuperate from a horrific car accident, Jessabelle (Sarah Snook of Sleeping Beauty) comes face to face with a long-tormented spirit that has been seeking her return — and has no intention of letting her escape.”

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Twisted New Poster for Jessabelle

Finally an official one-sheet is here for Jessabelle, the new film from Saw VI and Saw 3D director Kevin Greutert. Given this director's twisted past, we have to say this one is pretty damned fitting. Check it out!

Originally set for release in January of this year, the paranormal flick was recently pushed back to August and just today has been pushed back again. It's now set to hit both theaters and VOD outlets on November 7th so mark your calendars!

The flick stars Sarah Snook, Mark Webber, David Andrews, Joelle Carter, Ana de la Reguera, Larisa Oleynik, Chris Ellis, Fran Bennett, and Amber Stevens.

The film is being brought to us by the folks behind Paranormal Activity, Insidious, Sinister, and Dark Skies - Jason Blum, Paul Young, and Peter Principato, who are producing for Blumhouse Productions and Principato-Young Entertainment.

For more info visit Jessabelle on Facebook, and follow Jessabelle on Twitter.
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Jessabelle Receives New Release Date

Jessabelle just wants to heal, but she’ll get hell for her efforts. Wheelchair-bound as she recuperates from a car accident that killed her boyfriend, Jessabelle returns home to be near her father, but ends up getting too close to a malevolent spirit that haunts the house. Originally slated for a late summer release, the premiere of Jessabelle has been pushed back slightly by Blumhouse Productions to a different season.

Jessabelle will now hit theaters and on-demand services on November 7th. For those unfamiliar with the film, we have the synopsis, cast list, and trailer:

“From the mastermind producer of Paranormal Activity and Insidious comes the ghostly tale of Jessabelle. Returning to her childhood home in Louisiana to recuperate from a horrific car accident, Jessabelle (Sarah Snook of Sleeping Beauty) comes face to face with a long-tormented spirit that has been seeking her return — and has no intention of letting her escape.
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Jessabelle Pushed Back to November; VOD Release on Same Date as Theatrical

Following up previous efforts like Saw VI and Saw 3D, Kevin Greutert returns this year with the Blumhouse-produced Jessabelle, which has been the victim of much release date drama.

Originally set for release in January of this year, the paranormal flick was recently pushed back to August and just today has been pushed back again. It's now set to hit both theaters and VOD outlets on November 7th so mark your calendars!

The flick stars Sarah Snook, Mark Webber, David Andrews, Joelle Carter, Ana de la Reguera, Larisa Oleynik, Chris Ellis, Fran Bennett, and Amber Stevens.

The film is being brought to us by the folks behind Paranormal Activity, Insidious, Sinister and Dark Skies - Jason Blum, Paul Young, and Peter Principato, who are producing for Blumhouse Productions and Principato-Young Entertainment.

For more info visit Jessabelle on Facebook, and follow Jessabelle on Twitter.

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From the mastermind producer of Paranormal Activity
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