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New Official Trailer for Hasraf 'HaZ' Dulull's Space Sci-Fi 'The Beyond'

"To find our place in the universe, we must venture beyond our boundaries." Gravitas Ventures debuted this full trailer for the space sci-fi The Beyond, one of the first features from Hasraf 'HaZ' Dulull, who got his start making cool sci-fi short films on Vimeo. We featured a teaser trailer for this earlier in the year, but the film has undergone extensive reshoots and re-edits, and this new trailer is a better look at what HaZ has cooked up. The Beyond is a low-budget sci-fi somewhat based on the idea first introduced in his short Project Kronos - first contact. It's about astronauts going through a wormhole ("The Void") to another part of the universe, who return early, and now everyone wants to know what they found on the other side. The cast includes Nigel Barber, Jane Perry, Brian Deacon, and David Bailie. Sci-fi geeks need to see this. Here's
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DVD Review – The Timber (2015)

The Timber, 2015.

Directed by Anthony O’Brien.

Starring Josh Peck, James Ransone, Elisa Lasowski, Mark Caven, William Gaunt and David Bailie.

Synopsis:

In the wild west, two brothers embark on a journey to collect a bounty: alive or dead, but what they find along the way is more than they bargained for.

The Western genre has given cinema some epic, sprawling and beautifully short films. Whether it’s The Magnificent Seven, or one of Sergio Leone’s classic Westerns, it’s a genre that captures the desolate beauty of the old American West (or at least when it’s done right). When you think of the best Westerns you conjure images of Panavision lensed vistas and grizzled, rugged cowboys on galloping horses. The 50’s and 60’s remain the golden era, and seemingly in more recent years, films about the old west have become a little rarer. There have been decent
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New trailer for western thriller Timber

Ahead of its UK release next month, Lionsgate have debuted a new trailer for the upcoming western thriller The Timber which stars Josh Peck and James Ransone; take a look below after the official synopsis…

In the 1898 gold rush of the Wild West, two desperate brothers take a job as bounty hunters to save their home and find their father. But in The Timber, brutality and bloodshed is the law of the land and what they find along the way is much more than they bargained for. The Timber is tense tale of greed and redemption.

The Timber features a cast that also includes Elisa Lasowski, Mark Caven, William Gaunt and David Bailie.
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The Timber – New Western on Blu-ray October 6th

Texas-based independent distributors Well Go USA have released on Blu-ray Anthony O’Brien’s apocalyptic Western-thriller The Timber starring Josh Peck (Danny Collins, The Wackness), James Ransone (Sinister, Inside Man), Elisa Lasowski (Eastern Promises), Mark Caven (Maleficent) and David Bailie (Pirates of the Caribbean franchise).

Synopsis: 1898. Alaskan frontier. Two brothers, balanced on the knife’s edge between foreclosure and salvation, head deep into the wilderness in an attempt to execute a warrant in hopes of saving their home. Torn from their family, they face harsh elements, crazed men, and death at every corner in pursuit of the outlaw, a twisted man who has turned the Yukon Territory into his own personal hell. The Timber captures the mania, starvation, swindles, hardships, and dangers that were part of the late 19th century’s historic rush for gold. This is a story of greed, betrayal, and redemption in a place where bloodshed was
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'The Timber' Clip Has Josh Peck in an Old West Shootout | Exclusive

'The Timber' Clip Has Josh Peck in an Old West Shootout | Exclusive
Can't wait for The Hateful Eight and Bone Tomahawk? Then we have the perfect movie for you to pass the time while you wait for these two Westerns to arrive in theaters later this year. The Timber makes it's debut on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD today, October 6th. We have an exciting, action-packed clip from this adventure. The film is directed by Anthony O'Brien and stars Josh Peck and James Ransone.

Set against the harsh backdrop of the 1898 Yukon, Josh Peck (Josh Peck) and James Ransone (James Ransone) are fighting to survive the harsh wintery landscape in this apocalyptic Western-thriller arriving from Well Go USA Entertainment. In the Wild West, two brothers embark on a journey to collect a bounty in a desperate attempt to save their home. But what they find along the way is more than they bargained for. The Timber also stars Elisa Lasowski, Mark Caven and David Bailie.
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New trailer for The Timber starring Josh Peck and James Ransone

A new trailer has debuted for the western thriller The Timber, which is directed by Anthony O’Brien and stars Josh Peck, James Ransone, Elisa Lasowski, Mark Caven, William Gaunt and David Bailie. Take a look below…

In the wild west, two brothers embark on a journey to collect a bounty: alive or dead, but what they find along the way is more than they bargained for.

The Timber is set for release on October 6th in the States.
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'The Timber' Trailer Starring Josh Peck | Exclusive

'The Timber' Trailer Starring Josh Peck | Exclusive
Set against the harsh backdrop of the 1898 Yukon, Josh Peck (Danny Collins, The Wackness) and James Ransone (Sinister, Inside Man) star in the apocalyptic Western-thriller The Timber, debuting on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD October 6 from Well Go USA Entertainment. Before you pick up this thriller in a few months, we have your first look at the exclusive trailer, that shows the unforgiving environment this story is set in. In the Outback's Wild West, two desperate brothers take a job as bounty hunters to save their home. But in The Timber, brutality and bloodshed is the law of the land.

In the Wild West, two brothers embark on a journey to collect a bounty in a desperate attempt to save their home: but what they find along the way is more than they bargained for. Balanced on the knife's edge between foreclosure and salvation, they head deep into the wilderness
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Simon Armstrong joins Artificio Conceal

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Simon Armstrong joins Artificio Conceal
Exclusive: British cinematographer Polly Morgan also boards Ayoub Qanir’s sci-fi thriller.

Simon Armstrong has joined the cast of Artificio Conceal.

The Game of Thrones actor will star alongside David Bailie, Nick Cornwall, Andrew Whipp and Duran Fulton Brown in the sci-fi thriller written and directed by Ayoub Qanir, whose previous films include Koyakatsi and Human After All.

Armstrong said: “As an actor you don’t read enough scripts like this. Original, intriguing and very, very dark. What’s not to like?”

Production will begin in London this month. The film is produced by Peter Fraser, Sarah McCarthy and Qanir.

British cinematographer Polly Morgan is also on board the film, which centres on a man who awakens in an Interpol interrogation room to find his memories have been replaced and his identity lost.

“The relationship between technology and the human experience has always been fascinating to me and I had recently read an article about individual perception
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David Bailie joins Artificio Conceal

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David Bailie joins Artificio Conceal
Exclusive: Pirates of the Caribbean star boards sci-fi short, directed by Ayoub Qanir [pictured].

David Bailie has joined the cast of Artificio Conceal.

Directed by Ayoub Qanir, the sci-fi short centres on Marcus Green who wakes in an Interpol interrogation room to find his memories have been replaced and his identity lost.

Principal photography is set to begin in London this summer. It is produced by The Dark Matter of Love director Sarah McCarthy.

Bailie, who played Cotton in the Pirates of the Caribbean series, commented: “What attracted me to Artificio Coneal is that it sheds light on the shadowy structures of power that underpin our world.”

“It’s a great delight to be working with such a celebrated artist. I am truly looking forward to the Artificio adventure,” added Qanir, who has previously directed Koyakatsi and Human After All.
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Slideshow: 16 Exclusive Celebrity Photos at C2E2 in Chicago

Chicago – Legendary is one way to describe C2E2 – the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo. Comic book and pop culture fans gathered at McCormick Place in Chicago from April 26-28, 2013, for three days of celebration with their favorite comic, movie, game and television celebrities, and HollywoodChicago.com was there.

One of the highlights of the expo were two stars from the hot HBO epic series, “Game of Thrones,” Natalie Dormer and James Cosmo. Like many of the celebrity participants, they held a forum at which fans asked questions about the current season. AMC’s “The Walking Dead” also was also represented, with Laurie Holden and Chandler Riggs holding court. And there were old favorites like Julie Newmar and Burt Ward of the 1966 classic TV series “Batman,” signing autographs and greeting admirers.

Photographer Joe Arce of HollywoodChicago.com was on hand to capture these Exclusive Photos of the celebrities at C2E
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Pirates of the Caribbean parrot attacks police officer

What’s that age old saying? Ah yes, ‘never work with children or animals’, good solid advice. Sometimes they’re an important part in films and are often well trained so they don’t cause trouble. But one police officer found out the hard way how protective these movie star pets can be when he was attacked by an angry parrot. The bird, named Chips, starred in the first installment on the swashbuckling series, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, alongside Johnny Depp, Keira Knightley and Orlando bloom.

His female owner was pulled over at Dover ferry dock in Kent after an officer spotted her macaw flying around inside the vehicle. After checks showed she was banned from driving, a newly trained officer, PC Martin Dadd, was chosen to drive her car to the pound with the parrot still inside. Chips was extremely angry about the
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News: The Nightmare Fair Cover Art

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First in the series of upcoming audio adaptations of TV scripts that never made it past the pre-production stage before Doctor Who was put on ice for 18 months in 1985, in November Big Finish bring to life The Nightmare Fair, a story by former series producer Graham Williams. Adapted for audio by Big Finish' John Ainsworth, The Nightmare Fair stars Colin Baker as the Sixth  Doctor, Nicola Bryant as Peri and David Bailie as The Celestial Toymaker. Bailie is well-known to Doctor Who fans...
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