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Monster-Movie Mayhem: ‘The Howling Reborn’ Review

Stars: Landon Liboiron, Lindsey Shaw, Ivana Milicevic, Jesse Rath, Frank Schorpion, Mark Camacho | Written by Joe Nimziki, James Robert Johnston | Directed by Joe Nimziki

A reboot of the ‘80s horror franchise, The Howling Reborn stars Terra Nova’s Landon Liboiron as high school senior Will Kidman, whose infatuation with a beautiful classmate begins to trigger certain teenage animal instincts. But when a mysterious woman (Milicevic) with a shocking secret re-enters his life, Will learns that he is heir to a powerful line of werewolves. Now he finds he has a choice to make: succumbing to his primal nature or turning against his own. In order to fight the destiny of his legacy and save the girl of his dreams, he must battle not only his growing blood lust but an army of fearsome beasts hell-bent on killing us all.

Billed as an adaptation of The Howling creator Gary Branders original
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Apocalypse Awakens in 2 More 'X-Men' Character Posters

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Apocalypse Awakens in 2 More 'X-Men' Character Posters
Yesterday, 20th Century Fox debuted 10 new character posters for the eagerly-awaited X-Men: Apocalypse, featuring almost all of the main characters. Two characters were notably missing from yesterday's poster lineup, Oscar Isaac's Apocalypse and Ben Hardy's Archangel. Thankfully, 20th Century Fox rectified these omissions by releasing new characters posters today featuring these mutants.

British actor Ben Hardy will actually make his feature film debut as Archangel, after starring in the hit U.K. series EastEnders from 2013 to 2015. He will play one of the Four Horsemen alongside Michael Fassbender's Magneto, Olivia Munn's Psylocke and Alexandra Shipp's Storm. Oscar Isaac, on the other hand, is coming off a banner year in 2015, where he starred in the critically-acclaimed Ex Machina and the beloved blockbuster Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Following the critically acclaimed global smash hit X-Men: Days of Future Past, director Bryan Singer returns with X-Men: Apocalypse. Since the dawn of civilization,
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New Mutants Rise in 10 'X-Men: Apocalypse' Character Posters

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New Mutants Rise in 10 'X-Men: Apocalypse' Character Posters
This summer, 20th Century Fox's X-Men prequel trilogy will come to a close with X-Men: Apocalypse, following 2011's X-Men: First Class and 2014's X-Men: Days of Future Past. While we wait for the next trailer to arrive, ahead of this highly-anticipated May 27 release, Imp Awards has uncovered 10 new character posters, which gives us a closer look at some of the main mutants. These posters feature Professor X (James McAvoy), Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence), Beast (Nicholas Hoult), Cyclops (Tye Sheridan), Nightcrawler (Kodi Smit-McPhee), Jean Grey (Sophie Turner), Quicksilver (Evan Peters), Psylocke (Olivia Munn), Magneto (Michael Fassbender) and Storm (Alexandra Shipp).

Notably absent from this lineup are the title villain Apocalypse (Oscar Isaac), and the last member of Apocalypse's Four Horsemen, Archangel (Ben Hardy). We're not quite sure yet if more character posters will surface, but there is still plenty of time until the May 27 release date, so we'll have to wait and see.
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Gkids’ ‘April And The Extraordinary World’ English Cast Packed With Oscar & Emmy Winners

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Gkids’ ‘April And The Extraordinary World’ English Cast Packed With Oscar & Emmy Winners
Gkids has announced the English-language voice cast for its French toon feature April and the Extraordinary World, and it’s stocked with names you likely recognize. Oscar winners Susan Sarandon and J.K. Simmons are joined by Emmy winners Paul Giamatti and Tony Hale for the sci-fi adventure pic set in an alternative steampunk world. Angela Galuppo stars as April, the role voiced by Oscar winner Marion Cotillard in the French version. Tod Fennell, Tony Robinow, Mark Camacho
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Here Are All the Movies Opening Today, October 2; What Will You See?

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Here Are All the Movies Opening Today, October 2; What Will You See?
Wide The Martian Director: Ridley Scott Cast: Matt Damon, Jessica Chastain, Kate Mara, Jeff Daniels, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Peña, Aksel Hennie, Sebastian Stan, Kristen Wiig, Sean Bean, Donald Glover, Mackenzie Davis, Naomi Scott, Lili Bordan, Gruffudd Glyn Synopsis: "During a manned mission to Mars, Astronaut Mark Watney is presumed dead after a fierce storm and left behind by his crew. But Watney has survived and finds himself stranded and alone on the hostile planet. With only meager supplies, he must draw upon his ingenuity, wit and spirit to subsist and find a way to signal to Earth that he is alive." Criticwire Grade Average: A- (20 reviews) The Walk Director: Robert Zemeckis Cast: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ben Kingsley, Charlotte Le Bon, Ben Schwartz, James Badge Dale, Steve Valentine, Mark Camacho, Sergio Di Zio, Clément Sibony, Kwasi Songui, Melantha Blackthorne, Benedict Samuel, Jason Blicker, Larry Day, Karl Graboshas Synopsis: "As a...
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Jeremy Irvine Spearheads A Crusade For Equality In Riveting Stonewall Trailer

Roland Emmerich may be best known for bringing ruin to major cities and famous monuments in film, but as a vocal campaigner for the Lgbtq community, there is perhaps no better director to helm upcoming real-life drama, Stonewall.

Charting the genesis of a gay rights movement that would go on to inspire a generation, Emmerich’s passion project centers around the 1969 riots and their ensuing police raid on the titular Inn at New York’s Greenwich Village. Toplined by War Horse‘s Jeremy Irvine, the Stonewall club became a dedicated safe haven for members of the Lgbtq community, who were constantly berated by the public and unjustly punished by the police force at the time. What followed was a series of explosive riots – riots and demonstrations that would go on to become a defining moment in America’s quest for equality.

Stepping into the shoes of Danny Winters, Irvine’s
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Film Review: Complex, Wow-Inducing ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’

Chicago – Although a post graduate degree in space/time continuum studies may be necessary for maximum enjoyment, “X-Men: Days of Future Past” still delivers a comic book wham-bam, and the series continues its exploration of recent history through the prism of a mutant universe.

Rating: 3.5/5.0

And in that parallel universe, the film creates several levels, all based on changing the past to affect a war torn present. That complexity is accomplished through some overwrought explanation and a story that deliberately takes its time, but the action sequences are breath-taking and well thought out, and is presented in 3D with beautifully composed comic book filmmaking – courtesy of veteran X-Men director Bryan Singer. The saga of the X-Men – originally created by Marvel Comics and now in its fifth film – can be formulated into multiple expressions of symbolism and wonder, and “Days of Future Past” throws it all into the cinematic winds and makes it whirl.
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Visiting the set of X-Men: Days Of Future Past

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Feature Ryan Lambie 21 Feb 2014 - 06:10

Last June, we were lucky enough to visit the set of X-Men Days Of Future Past and chat to some of the cast and crew. Here's what happened...

Nb: This article contains very mild spoilers for X-Men: Days Of Future Past.

Opposite and a little way to my left, Richard Nixon sits happily eating his lunch. Well, not the real Richard Nixon, obviously, but Mark Camacho, an actor so cunningly made up to look like the infamous Us President circa 1973 - complete with architectural nose and hairline - that it’s impossible not to stare. We’re sitting in the canteen tent of X-Men: Days Of Future Past, where tables have been arranged in long rows, one after the other, so the place looks like Da Vinci’s The Last Supper multiplied in a hall of mirrors.

Days Of Future Past marks an important
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DVD Review: The Howling Reborn

The Howling Reborn

Stars: Landon Liboiron, Lindsey Shaw, Ivana Milicevic, Jesse Rath, Frank Schorpion, Mark Camacho | Written by Joe Nimziki, James Robert Johnston | Directed by Joe Nimziki

A reboot of the ‘80s horror franchise, The Howling Reborn stars Terra Nova‘s Landon Liboiron as high school senior Will Kidman, whose infatuation with a beautiful classmate begins to trigger certain teenage animal instincts. But when a mysterious woman (Milicevic) with a shocking secret re-enters his life, Will learns that he is heir to a powerful line of werewolves. Now he finds he has a choice to make: succumbing to his primal nature or turning against his own. In order to fight the destiny of his legacy and save the girl of his dreams, he must battle not only his growing blood lust but an army of fearsome beasts hell-bent on killing us all.

Billed as an adaptation of The Howling creator
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Exclusive: Scott Speedman Talks Barney's Version

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Exclusive: Scott Speedman Talks Barney's Version
Scott Speedman discusses his character Boogie in Barney's Version, working with Paul Giamatti, future projects, and more.

Scott Speedman was first introduced to American TV audiences with his role as Ben Covington on the hit TV series Felicity. He transitioned easily into film with roles in the highly underrated cop drama Dark Blue, the hit vampire adventure Underworld, and The Strangers. His latest movie is Barney's Version, which was released in a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack on June 28. I recently had the chance to speak with this talented actor over the phone. Here's what he had to say.

I was curious what are the first thoughts that go through your mind when you read for a character named Boogie?

Scott Speedman: (Laughs) Well, yeah, it sounds like a very fun part, right off the bat. I auditioned for that part specifically and I thought it would be a great part,
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Review: Barney’s Version

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This is the Pure Movies review of Barney's Version, directed by Richard J. Lewis and starring Paul Giamatti, Macha Grenon, Paul Gross, Atom Egoyan, Mark Camacho, David Pryde, Paula Jean Hixson and Mark Addy. Barney's Version is exactly what it claims to be, at least as far as the title goes - a highly partial 'version' of a life. What unfolds on-screen (or in the trailer, which gives away almost every plot point) is the self-justification of a maudlin, chauvinistic man who imaginatively recasts himself as both a hero and a victim. The film is billed as a heart-warming comedy, but perhaps this description only applies if one happens to be a male approaching his autumn years.
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"The Punisher: War Zone" - New images!

We have some new images in from Lionsgate's "The Punisher: War Zone" starring Ray Stevenson, Dominic West, Julie Benz, Doug Hutchison, Colin Salmon, Dash Mihok, Wayne Knight, Julie Benz, Mark Camacho, Romano Orzari, Keram Malicki-Sanchez and Larry Day. Lexi Alexander ("Hooligans" writer and director) helms from the writing by Nick Santora, Art Marcum and Matt Holloway. This sees theatres on December 5th. Stevenson's up next in Cirque du Freak alongside Salma Hayek, Josh Hutcherson, Kane Krakowski, Willem Dafoe, John C. Reilly, Patrick Fugit ...
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