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Buzz pic, set to bow out of competition on the Lido September 2, recaps the 1996 multi-expedition assault on Everest that left eight climbers dead. Gyllenhaal plays Scott Fischer, with Jason Clarke as Rob Hall, Josh Brolin as Beck Weathers, and John Hawkes as Doug Hansen.
Euro exhibitors who got a closed-door screening of “Everest” at the CineEurope meet in Barcelona last week were impressed.
- Nick Vivarelli
In 1996, eight climbers lost their lives as they struggled to reach the top of the world's highest peak, Mount Everest. Jon Krakauer told their story in the bestselling book "Into Thin Air," which Baltasar Kormakur ("2 Guns") has turned into the fall release "Everest." (Below, watch the gripping trailer.) Jake Gyllenhaal and Jason Clarke play Scott Fischer and Rob Hall, rivals who lead separate teams of amateur climbers to the top. When an unexpected snowstorm strands them midway, the competitors are forced to come together to save as many of their teams as they can. Among these are people played by past Oscar nominees Josh Brolin and John Hawkes while Sam Worthington is expert Guy Cotter who warns of the perils ahead. And two-time Oscar nominee Keira Knightley is Clarke's partner, anxiously awaiting word back home. -Break- This Universal release was shot on location in Nepal prior to the recent devast. »
A nerve-shredding trailer for Everest tells the true story of an infamous 1996 climbing disaster.
Everest debuts on September 18 in the Us and September 25 in the UK. »
Jake Gyllenhaal and Jason Clarke battle the elements in the first trailer from “Everest,” a fact-based thriller recounting two different expeditions attempting to reach the summit of the world’s highest mountain. As revealed in the trailer released Thursday, “Everest” shows an intense battle of man versus nature. The two groups, led by Scott Fischer (Gyllenhaal) and Rob Hall (Clarke), are challenged beyond their limits when one of the biggest snowstorms in history slams Everest. What started as a lifelong goal quickly becomes a battle for survival against the elements. Josh Brolin, John Hawkes, Martin Henderson, Emily Watson and Keira Knightley also star. »
- Kathy Zerbib
The trailer offers spectacular footage of the world’s highest mountain before showing climbers stuck in snow during brutal blizzard conditions.
Directed by Baltasar Kormákur, the movie recaps the 1996 multi-expedition assault on Everest that left eight climbers dead. Gyllenhaal plays Scott Fischer, with Jason Clarke as Rob Hall, Josh Brolin as Beck Weathers and John Hawkes as Doug Hansen.
Jon Krakauer’s bestseller “Into Thin Air” chronicled the commercial expeditions that were caught in a blizzard on the mountain. “Everest” had been adapted for the screen by Mark Medoff (“Children of a Lesser God”) and Simon Beaufoy (“Slumdog Millionaire”).
- Dave McNary
A disaster movie played out at 35,000 feet, Everest is essentially a true-life Cliffhanger, less the criminal schemes and Craig Fairbrass shouting about soccer. The film’s first trailer lends a sense of nature’s awe to the derring-do of a small band trying to scale the Earth’s highest point. Then things go wrong. Very, very wrong...Far from keeping its powder dry, Universal’s first trailer plunges us straight into to the freezing chaos of a fateful summit climb. The story is loosely inspired by real events (the 1996 disaster recounted in Jon Krakauer’s Into Thin Air) and sees Jason Clarke leading a party of climbers up the Nepalese monolith as Kiwi mountaineer Rob Hall. Alongside him on the slopes are Josh Brolin as Doctor Beck Weathers, John Hawkes as Doug Hansen and Jake Gyllenhaal as Scott Fischer, the leader of a separate expedition. Things are progressing nicely, with »
What happens when humans are left scrambling for survival on the side of the world’s tallest mountain? Chaos, that’s what. Baltasar Kormakur’s upcoming survival drama, Everest, will chart the incredible true story of a pair of expeditions caught up in the midst of an unrelenting snow storm on earth’s highest peak.
Battling the odds, the elements and one another are Jason Clarke, Josh Brolin, John Hawkes and Jake Gyllenhaal, who feature in the latest trio of images from Kormakur’s icy thriller. The majority of filming took place the Italian Alps, with Nepal and the surrounding Himalayan region also used as touch points. Clarke is on board to play climbing guide Rob Hall, with Josh Brolin setting the Infinity Gauntlet to one side for the time being to assume the role of Hall’s client.
In tandem with the batch of stills is the very first trailer for the near-impossible adventure, »
- Michael Briers
The Everest trailer is "another beast all together." Cut together with that haunting, high-pitched piano pluck and foreboding words, the footage features a cast that includes Jake Gyllenhaal, Josh Brolin and Jason Clarke as they make their way up to the tippy top of the world's most famous mountain, only to get knocked back down in a horrific storm. Watch the first trailer below. This is one of the rare exceptions when "let it go" is not the best advice. If these guys do, then they'll fall to their deaths. Everest is the story of an expedition heading up to the infamous mountain. Fortunately, they make it to the top. Unfortunately, they're bombarded by a severe storm that threatens to trap them in this icy tundra forever. Clarke plays Rob Hall, the expedition's guide. With Keira Knightly acting as his wife who calls in to provide emotional support, Rob must »
Ahead of tomorrow’s trailer debut, Universal Pictures has released a couple of new images from director Baltasar Kormakur’s (2 Guns) upcoming survival drama Everest. Based on true events that occurred in 1996, the film follows a cluster of summiters who got waylaid at the top of Mount Everest to disastrous results: eight climbers lost their lives. If the story sounds familiar, it’s also the basis for author Jon Krakauer’s best-seller Into Thin Air. Kormakur shot the pic in Nepal and the Italian Alps, and as you can see in these new images, the actors didn’t have to work hard to fake the chilly conditions. Jason Clarke stars as climbing guide Rob Hall, while Josh Brolin plays his client. The impressive ensemble also includes Jake Gyllenhaal, John Hawkes, Robin Wright, Sam Worthington, Emily Watson, and Keira Knightley. Check out the new images below, via People, and check back »
- Adam Chitwood
From the Laid to Rest films to Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Thomas Dekker has played a plethora of memorable roles in the horror and sci-fi genres. His performance in Robert Hall’s Fear Clinic is no exception—in his third collaboration with director Hall, Dekker turns in a fascinating performance as Blake, a young man suffering from brain damage and Ptsd after surviving a madman’s public shooting spree.
With Fear Clinic now available on Blu-ray and DVD from Anchor Bay, we caught up with the Dekker to discuss bringing Blake to life in non-vocal ways, his character’s chilling backstory, working with the legendary Robert Englund, facing his own fear during filming, and much more.
What were the challenges of realistically portraying a character with brain damage and Ptsd? Did digging into that role require any in-depth research?
- Derek Anderson
A new clip from the upcoming horror flick “Fear Clinic” introduces you to Blake, a patient whose phobias have taken control of his mind. Fair warning; this clip has blood, gunshots and severe gun wounds, so view at your own risk. Thomas Dekker plays Blake, one of the many patients under the care of horror legend (and Freddy Krueger himself) Robert Englund’s character Dr. Andover. The film also stars Felisha Terrell and Corey Taylor, the lead vocalist of Slipknot and Stone Sour. This is Taylor’s acting debut. The film is directed by Robert G. Hall, written by Hall and Aaron Drane and features special effects by award-winning effects creators Steve [ Read More ]
The post New Fear Clinic Clip Features Patient at the Brink of Sanity appeared first on Shockya.com. »
Beginning his acting career very young, Fear Clinic‘s Thomas Dekker has worked with everyone from John Carpenter to Jerry Seinfeld and most people in between. Always jumping into each role and doing a hell of a job with them, Dekker’s always good, even if certain films might not have been (I’m not the biggest fan of the A Nightmare On Elm Street remake, but still liked what Dekker brought to the table). When Dekker was cast as a young John Connor in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, he met and began a creatively rich working relationship with FX maestro Rob Hall, who went on to cast Dekker in both Laid To Rest films, as well as Fear Clinic. Playing Blake, a mysterious (and somewhat catatonic) survivor of a shooting which comes to the film’s Fear Clinic to be cured of his fears, Dekker does an excellent »
- Jerry Smith
As dream stalker Freddy Krueger in eight A Nightmare on Elm Street feature films and two seasons of Freddy’s Nightmares, Robert Englund expertly exploited people’s fears before adding yet another Elm Street notch to his kill list. But as Dr. Andover in Robert Hall’s 2009 Fear Clinic web series, Englund played a character with benevolent traits opposite of Krueger’s malevolent methods. Dr. Andover helped patients conquer their fears by having them face their personalized horrors in hallucinatory, dream-like states induced by his innovative Fear Chamber.
Englund recently reteamed with co-writer/director Hall to reprise his role as the good doctor in the Fear Clinic feature film, now available on home media from Anchor Bay, and we caught up with the legendary actor to discuss how Dr. Andover has changed since we last saw him in the web series, the David Cronenberg-esque elements of Fear Clinic, what »
- Derek Anderson
When the FEARnet web series, Fear Clinic, appeared a few years back, it was great to see different phobias put under the microscope and dealt with, with the help of Robert Englund’s Dr. Andover character at the helm of his “Fear Chamber”, a device used to force people to face whatever scares them. Each entry was very episodic, and when it had finished, a feature-length version of the film seemed like a surefire thing to do. Thanks to director Rob Hall and co-writer Aaron Drane, fans get just that, with the new Fear Clinic feature, a film that while still feeling close to the original web-series, does an excellent job standing on its own and offering fans a wild ride.
In the time that has passed in between the web-series and the film, Dr. Andover has become somewhat of a medical celebrity, winning awards, gracing the covers of magazines »
- Jerry Smith
Patients don’t see Dr. Andover (Robert Englund) for a typical check-up. They instead pay the good doctor a visit to tackle their phobias in the Fear Chamber, a device that helps those inside it to face their fears via realistic hallucinations. Based on the 2009 FEARnet.com series of the same name, Robert G. Hall’s Fear Clinic feature film hits home media on February 10th, and Anchor Bay has provided us with two Blu-ray copies to give away to a couple of lucky Daily Dead readers.
“When trauma-induced phobias begin to re-emerge in five survivors a year after their horrifying tragedy, they return to the “Fear Clinic,” hoping to find the answers they need to get cured.
- Derek Anderson
“Paige, it’s just a hallucination. All you need to do is open your eyes.” No matter what they may be, your fears are difficult to face. That’s why Paige has enlisted the help of Dr. Andover (Robert Englund) and his Fear Chamber, but even with the good doctor by her side, she struggles to overcome what her fear has in store for her in one of two new clips from Robert G. Hall’s upcoming Fear Clinic feature film.
Press Release - “Fear Clinic, the latest excursion into unrelenting terror, will be released on Blu-ray™ and DVD on February 10, 2015 by Anchor Bay Entertainment. The highly anticipated shocker stars horror icon Robert “Freddy Krueger” Englund, Fiona Dourif, Angelina Armani, Thomas Dekker, as well as Stone Sour and Slipknot lead vocalist Corey Taylor in his acting debut, and is directed by Robert G. Hall (Lightning Bug, Laid to Rest, ChromeSkull: »
- Derek Anderson
The Rob Hall/Aaron Drane created Fear Clinic web-series was a big hit with horror fans, when it first aired on the now defunct (and sorely missed) FEARnet back in 2009. Anchored by genre legend (and Freddy himself) Robert Englund, the series dealt with the various phobias people have, with each episode featuring Englund’s Dr. Andover character helping the patient face and defeat their fears. Thinking the series would make for a good feature (and rightfully so, the movie is a Lot of fun..review soon), Hall directed and co-wrote with Drane, the feature of Fear Clinic, which is set to be unleashed onto DVD/Bluray on February 10th, via Anchor Bay. Featuring Englund’s return as Andover, and starring Curse Of Chucky‘s Fiona Dourif, Angelina Armani, Thomas Dekker, as well as Stone Sour and Slipknot lead vocalist Corey Taylor in his acting debut, the film is a fully »
- Jerry Smith
by Seth Metoyer
What frightens you? The darkness? Ghosts in the closet, demons in the hallway? How about masks? This new clip from the upcoming film Fear Clinic starring Robert England (and introducing Corey Taylor of Slipknot in his acting debut) poses that very question.
Check out the clip below the official details and be sure to face your fears when the film releases on Blu-ray and DVD February 10th.
From the Press Release:
After terrifying audiences from coast to coast – Closing Night Event at ScreamFest 2014 Los Angeles and Opening Night Screening at 2014 New York City Horror Film Festival – Fear Clinic, the latest excursion into unrelenting terror will be released on Blu-ray™ and DVD on February 10, 2015 by Anchor Bay Entertainment. The highly anticipated shocker stars horror icon Robert “Freddy Krueger” Englund, Fiona Dourif, Angelina Armani, Thomas Dekker, as well as Stone Sour and Slipknot lead vocalist Corey Taylor in his acting debut, »
“We hide behind social masks. We need to wear them—we couldn’t survive without them. What frightens you isn’t this mask. What scares you is what it represents.” Based on the web series of the same name, Robert G. Hall’s Fear Clinic feature film comes out on home media next month, and a newly released clip shows Dr. Andover (Robert Englund) exploring what scares his patient, Blake (Thomas Dekker).
Press Release – “Beverly Hills, CA – After terrifying audiences from coast to coast – Closing Night Event at ScreamFest 2014 Los Angeles and Opening Night Screening at 2014 New York City Horror Film Festival – Fear Clinic, the latest excursion into unrelenting terror will be released on Blu-ray™ and DVD on February 10, 2015 by Anchor Bay Entertainment. The highly anticipated shocker stars horror icon Robert “Freddy Krueger” Englund, Fiona Dourif, Angelina Armani, Thomas Dekker, as well as Stone Sour and Slipknot lead vocalist Corey Taylor in his acting debut, »
- Derek Anderson
The horror movie funded by an Indiegogo campaign is getting released on DVD and Blu-ray on Feb. 10
Directed by Robert G. Hall, who co-wrote the screenplay with Aaron Drane, “Fear Clinic” stars Englund (who played serial killer Freddy Krueger in the “Nightmare on Elm Street” franchise) as a doctor who runs a therapy clinic that uses a “Fear Chamber” to turn patients phobias into terrifying hallucinations.
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- Greg Gilman
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