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Aftrs' Friday on My Mind to feature Greg McLean in conversation at Acmi

19 July 2016 5:12 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Greg Mclean on the set of The Belko Experiment.

Greg McLean will appear in conversation at Acmi this Friday July 22 as part of Aftrs' Friday On My Mind talks series..

The Wolf Creek director will be in conversation with Acmi's Head of Film Programs, James Hewison.

McLean will discuss the impact of the original film, the process of adapting the original story into graphic novels as well as the six-part TV series that premiered recently on Stan (on which McLean served as an executive producer) and the opportunities afforded by digital platforms.

McLean's other Ep credits include.Red Hill, Crawlspace, Down Under and The Legend of Ben Hall.

He established Emu Creek Pictures, a production company based in Melbourne, after the success of Wolf Creek.in 2005. His next film, Rogue, was produced by Harvey and Bob Weinstein and starred Sam Worthington and Mia Wasikowska..

In 2013 he directed Wolf Creek 2, »

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Greg McLean in conversation at Acmi in Aftrs Friday on My Mind talk

19 July 2016 5:12 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Wolf Creek.

Greg McLean will appear in conversation at Acmi this Friday July 22 as part of Aftrs' Friday On My Mind talks series..

The Wolf Creek director will be in conversation with Acmi's Head of Film Programs, James Hewison.

McLean will discuss the impact of the original film, the process of adapting the original story into graphic novels as well as the six-part TV series that premiered recently on Stan (on which McLean served as an executive producer) and the opportunities afforded by digital platforms.

McLean's other Ep credits include.Red Hill, Crawlspace, Down Under and The Legend of Ben Hall.

He established Emu Creek Pictures, a production company based in Melbourne, after the success of Wolf Creek.in 2005. His next film, Rogue, was produced by Harvey and Bob Weinstein and starred Sam Worthington and Mia Wasikowska..

In 2013 he directed Wolf Creek 2, which Margaret and David famously declined to review, »

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The 50 Best Sci-Fi Films of the 21st Century Thus Far

19 July 2016 10:56 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

In a medium founded on expanding one’s imagination and perception of reality, no genre does it better than science fiction. We’ve come a long way from the days when Georges Méliès took us to the moon, for today’s filmmakers look far beyond our universe and into the deepest corners of our soul to reflect the current society.

With the latest entry in the Star Trek franchise arriving in theaters this week, we’ve set out to reflect on the millennium’s sci-fi films that have most excelled. To note: we only stuck with feature-length works of 60 minutes or longer and, to make room for a few more titles, our definition of “the 21st century” stretched to include 2000.

Check out our top 50 below and let us know your favorites in the comments. We’ve also put the list on Letterboxd to keep track of how many you’ve seen. »

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Sacrifice review: Doc Tora turns detective in a creepy gothic horror

26 June 2016 11:10 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Radha Mitchell has a scary time in a drama that’s like Shetland meets One Born Every Minute meets Dracula meets Vikings. Plus: the forgotten army remembered in Messages Home

A hospital in New York, and a woman seems to be losing the baby she’s carrying. Complete placental abruption, possibly brought about by cocaine use (not recommended, especially in the third trimester). Wait though, maybe it’s not the patient in trouble, but the doctor, Tora Hamilton (Neighbours graduate Radha Mitchell). Is she losing her baby too? There’s blood all over the place, anyway. There will be plenty more blood in Sacrifice (Channel 5, Sunday). And plenty more confusion.

Now we’re in Shetland, though it’s clearly not Shetland. I’ve never even been to Shetland and I know that’s not Shetland, probably from watching Shetland the crime drama. The big hill disappearing into the clouds, the »

- Sam Wollaston

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London Has Fallen — Blu-ray DVD review

14 June 2016 3:36 PM, PDT | The Scorecard Review | See recent Scorecard Review news »

Blu-ray Review

London Has Fallen

Directed by: Babak Najafi

Cast: Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart, Morgan Freeman

Running Time: 1 hr 39 mins

Rating: R

Due Out: June 14, 2016

Plot: (courtesy Universal Pictures Home Entertainment) Devastation of a world capital and a revenge plan against an American president fuel the high-octane London Has Fallen, coming to Digital HD on May 31, 2016, and Blu-ray™, DVD and On Demand on June 14, 2016 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. The sequel to the worldwide smash hit Olympus Has Fallen raises the stakes with non-stop action and suspenseful plot twists. The Blu-ray™ and Digital HD versions also include exclusive bonus features about the can’t-miss thriller.

In London Has Fallen, the stellar cast of Gerard Butler (300), Aaron Eckhart (The Dark Knight), Angela Bassett (American Horror Story), Robert Forster (Jackie Brown), Melissa Leo (The Fighter), Radha Mitchell (Pitch Black), Sean O’Bryan (Vantage Point), and Morgan Freeman (Lucy) reprises their original roles from Olympus Has Fallen, joined by Alon Moni Aboutboul (The Dark Knight Rises), Jackie Earle Haley (Watchmen), Charlotte Riley (Edge of Tomorrow), and Waleed F. Zuaiter (Homeland). Babak Najafi directs London Has Fallen.

When the British Prime Minster dies unexpectedly, Secret Service Agent Mike Banning (Gerard Butler) knows it is his duty to prep with Secret Service Director Lynne Jacobs (Angela Bassett) for them to accompany U.S. President Benjamin Asher (Aaron Eckhart) to the state funeral at St Paul’s Cathedral in London. With every powerful world leader set to attend, the funeral should be the most protected event on Earth. Yet within moments of arriving, heads of government are assassinated and London landmarks are attacked. Asher, Banning, and Jacobs are ambushed and retreat amidst a hail of gunfire and explosives. The devastated British capital goes into lockdown. Banning will stop at nothing to secure Asher’s safe return home. Back at the White House, Vice President Allan Trumbull (Morgan Freeman) races against time brainstorming with top advisors in the Situation Room to get those trapped in London a lifeline of support and a way out. Outnumbered and outgunned, Banning reaches out for help to an English MI6 agent (Charlotte Riley) who rightly trusts no one. Failure is not an option as they attempt to stop the criminals from carrying out the final phase of their revenge plan.

Movie: For a complete review of London Has Fallen listen to Movie B.S. with Bayer and Snider (the only movie podcast on the internet).

Movie Score: 4/10

Extras

The Making of London Has Fallen – An inside look at the massive undertaking of shooting such a large-scale film in London. Featuring interviews with cast and crew, this piece shows the unique challenges encountered on-set, director Babak Najafi’s process, and the cast’s inspiration for their characterizations. Guns, Knives & Explosives – Delve deeper into Gerard Butler’s iconic character of Mike Banning, and the extensive training and preparation the actor needed to play a Secret Service agent.

The film will be available on Blu-ray™ with Digital HD and UltraViolet™ and DVD.

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London Has Fallen Blu-Ray Preview Blows Up Chelsea Bridge | Exclusive

14 June 2016 11:44 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

After a solid theatrical run where it took in $195 million worldwide, from a $60 million budget, London Has Fallen is coming home this week with its release on Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand formats today, June 14. In case you didn't get a chance to see this action sequel in theaters, we have an exclusive preview for you to check out before the movie hits Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand formats. This preview takes fans behind-the-scenes of the destructive Chelsea Bridge scene in this sequel.

This preview, courtesy of Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, features second unit director Steve Griffin, who teases that, since they couldn't actually blow up the real Chelsea Bridge in London, this massive attack scene was filmed by using a huge green screen set at an airfield in Bulgaria during principal photography. We also hear from senior visual effects supervisor Sean Farrow, who reveals that some of the most fascinating conversations during the production involved around deciding which bridges to blow up. He also explains that the production chose Chelsea Bridge because it was a suspension bridge that could be pulled apart piece by piece.

Devastation of a world capital and a revenge plan against an American president fuel the high-octane London Has Fallen, coming to Digital HD on May 31, 2016, and Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand on June 14, 2016 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. The sequel to the worldwide smash hit Olympus Has Fallen raises the stakes with non-stop action and suspenseful plot twists. The Blu-ray and Digital HD versions also include exclusive bonus features about the can't-miss thriller.

In London Has Fallen, the stellar cast of Gerard Butler (300), Aaron Eckhart (The Dark Knight), Angela Bassett (American Horror Story), Robert Forster (Jackie Brown), Melissa Leo (The Fighter), Radha Mitchell (Pitch Black), Sean O'Bryan (Vantage Point), and Morgan Freeman (Lucy) reprises their original roles from Olympus Has Fallen, joined by Alon Moni Aboutboul (The Dark Knight Rises), Jackie Earle Haley (Watchmen), Charlotte Riley (Edge of Tomorrow), and Waleed F. Zuaiter (Homeland). Babak Najafi directs London Has Fallen.

When the British Prime Minster dies unexpectedly, Secret Service Agent Mike Banning (Gerard Butler) knows it is his duty to prep with Secret Service Director Lynne Jacobs (Angela Bassett) for them to accompany U.S. President Benjamin Asher (Aaron Eckhart) to the state funeral at St Paul's Cathedral in London. With every powerful world leader set to attend, the funeral should be the most protected event on Earth. Yet within moments of arriving, heads of government are assassinated and London landmarks are attacked.

Asher, Banning, and Jacobs are ambushed and retreat amidst a hail of gunfire and explosives. The devastated British capital goes into lockdown. Banning will stop at nothing to secure Asher's safe return home. Back at the White House, Vice President Allan Trumbull (Morgan Freeman) races against time brainstorming with top advisors in the Situation Room to get those trapped in London a lifeline of support and a way out. Outnumbered and outgunned, Banning reaches out for help to an English MI6 agent (Charlotte Riley) who rightly trusts no one. Failure is not an option as they attempt to stop the criminals from carrying out the final phase of their revenge plan. Take a look at our exclusive preview from London Has Fallen before picking up the Blu-ray and DVD this week. »

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Win A Copy Of London Has Fallen

5 June 2016 11:49 AM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Devastation of a world capital and a revenge plan against an American president fuel the high-octane London Has Fallen, coming to Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand on June 14, 2016 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. The sequel to the worldwide smash hit Olympus Has Fallen raises the stakes with non-stop action and suspenseful plot twists. The Blu-ray™ and Digital HD versions also include exclusive bonus features about the can’t-miss thriller.

In London Has Fallen, the stellar cast of Gerard Butler (300), Aaron Eckhart (The Dark Knight), Angela Bassett (American Horror Story), Robert Forster (Jackie Brown), Melissa Leo (The Fighter), Radha Mitchell (Pitch Black), Sean O’Bryan (Vantage Point), and Morgan Freeman (Lucy) reprises their original roles from Olympus Has Fallen, joined by Alon Moni Aboutboul (The Dark Knight Rises), Jackie Earle Haley (Watchmen), Charlotte Riley (Edge of Tomorrow), and Waleed F. Zuaiter (Homeland). Babak Najafi directs London Has Fallen.

When the British Prime Minster dies unexpectedly, »

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Wamg Giveaway – Win the London Has Fallen Blu-ray

31 May 2016 12:12 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Devastation of a world capital and a revenge plan against an American president fuel the high-octane London Has Fallen, coming to Digital HD on May 31, 2016, and Blu-ray™, DVD and On Demand on June 14, 2016 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. The sequel to the worldwide smash hit Olympus Has Fallen raises the stakes with non-stop action and suspenseful plot twists. The Blu-ray™ and Digital HD versions also include exclusive bonus features about the can’t-miss thriller.

Now you can own the Blu-ray of London Has Fallen. We Are Movie Geeks has five copies of the Blu-ray to give away. All you have to do is leave a comment answering this question: What is your favorite Gerard Butler Movie? (mine is 300). It’s so easy! We’ll choose the winners next week. Good Luck!

In London Has Fallen, the stellar cast of Gerard Butler (300), Aaron Eckhart (The Dark Knight), Angela Bassett (American Horror Story »

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5 Things To Know About Real-Life Mediums That Movies Got Wrong

27 May 2016 2:12 PM, PDT | CineMovie | See recent CineMovie news »

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In the new horror flick, The Darkness starring Kevin Bacon, Radha Mitchell and Ming-Na Wen, a Mexican medium is employed to rid an ancient spirit from their family’s home. Many prior films and television shows have centered around characters who can communicate with the dead, but how often do they get it right? CineMovie spoke with a real-life medium who clears up some of the fallacies in Hollywood movies and television shows.  

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The Darkness Review

20 May 2016 4:40 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

I’ve endured countless horror movies that go absolutely nowhere, but Native American Poltergeist – I mean, The Darkness – might be 2016’s most notorious offender. Even in an empty theater, engulfed by pitch-black silence, only the super-chilly air conditioning could manage to raise my hairs. Influentially, there’s never a question where filmmaker Greg Mclean draws inspiration from, but where other movies simply borrow, The Darkness repurposes. Not blatantly – like Kelvin Tong’s The Offering – but when I jokingly say Native American Poltergeist, the comparison couldn’t be more cut-and-dry. What happens when you blend together Insidious, Poltergeist, and every other paranormal haunter from the last ten years? I have no idea, but this is unfortunately worse.

Don’t you hate when your autistic child unleashes a generations-old Anasazi curse? Peter (Kevin Bacon) and Bronny (Radha Mitchell) think their Grand Canyon camping vacation is all fun and sunshine, but their son »

- Matt Donato

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Captain America: Civil War Wins Box Office Weekend #2 with $72.5M

15 May 2016 12:28 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

After any huge opening weekend, especially within the summer months, it's fairly common that any movie drops roughly 50% in its second weekend. After opening with a massive $179.1 million last weekend, Captain America: Civil War still won its second weekend with a landslide victory at the box office over new releases Money Monster and The Darkness with $72.5 million. This superhero adventure did drop 59.5% from its opening weekend, but even with this sizeable decrease, the first Marvel Phase 3 adventure is in good shape to cross $1 billion worldwide sometime this week.

Box Office Mojo reports that Captain America: Civil War has earned $295.8 million domestically and $645 million internationally for a worldwide total of $940.8 million, from a $250 million budget. After just two weeks in theaters, this superhero adventure has already become the seventh-highest domestic release within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and fourth highest worldwide release. The movie still has quite a ways to go if »

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Box Office: ‘Captain America’ Soars to $73 Million, ‘Money Monster’ Opens With $15 Million

15 May 2016 8:24 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Disney-Marvel’s “Captain America: Civil War” remains dominant at U.S. theaters with $72.6 million at 4,426 U.S. locations — the eighth-largest second weekend of all time.

George Clooney-Julia Roberts thriller “Money Monster” opened respectably with $15 million. Bh Tilt’s low-budget horror-thriller “The Darkness,” starring Kevin Bacon and Radha Mitchell, scared up $5.2 million at 1,754 sites in a Friday the 13th launch aimed at horror fans.

“Civil War” showed impressive staying power after it launched with $179.1 million last weekend, the fifth-highest of all time. The 59% decrease is in the same range as two other Marvel-Disney tentpoles: last year’s “Avengers: Age of Ultron” and 2013’s “Iron Man 3.”

“Civil War” has taken in $295.9 million at the domestic box office in its first ten days. Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst with ComScore, said “Civil War” is keeping the box office momentum going for a strong summer season.

“‘Captain America: Civil War’ continues »

- Dave McNary

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‘Captain America’ Hits $71 Million, Clooney’s ‘Monster’ at $15 Million

14 May 2016 8:11 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The second weekend of “Captain America: Civil War” is pulling in a massive $71 million at 4,426 U.S. locations while the opening of George Clooney’s “Money Monster” should bring in about $15 million.

Sarturday estimates showed Disney-Marvel’s “Captain America: Civil War” dominating with a Friday gross of about $19.5 million. The tentpole opened with $179.1 million last weekend (the fifth-highest of all time) and looks likely to decline about 60%  — a slightly steeper decline than what “Avengers: Age of Ultron” took in a year ago during the same weekend.

Early estimates had pegged “Civil War” at over $75 million for the frame. If the updated estimates hold, “Civil War” will become the 11th film of all time to top the $70 million mark in its second weekend. That list is headed by “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” with $149 million and “Jurassic World” with $106.6 million; Sony’s 2002 “Spider-Man” is 10th at $71.4 million.

“Civil War,” with Chris Evans »

- Dave McNary

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Film Review: ‘The Darkness’

13 May 2016 11:26 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

A family beset by autism, bulimia, alcoholism and extramarital canoodling squares off against the world-ending prophecies of Anasazi canyon-dwellers in “The Darkness,” a kitchen-sink horror movie so over-the-top that even the actual kitchen faucet runs mysteriously. At some point in the production process, co-writer/director Greg McLean must have believed he was making John Cassavetes’ “Poltergeist,” but this odd fusion of psychodrama and supernatural hokum gets away from him. Though better cast and considerably more ambitious than a typical PG-13 frightfest, “The Darkness” succumbs to the bloodless shocks and assaultive sound effects that plague its generic peers. The film may siphon a few million indiscriminate dollars on opening weekend, but will recede into the shadows quickly thereafter.

Literally and metaphorically, “The Darkness” is half a world away from the barebones ferocity of “Wolf Creek,” McLean’s debut feature from a decade ago, a tense and grisly thriller set in the Australian Outback. »

- Scott Tobias

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‘Captain America’ to Dominate With $77 Million Weekend as ‘Money Monster’ Aims for $15 Million

13 May 2016 1:37 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The second weekend of “Captain America: Civil War” is showing plenty of holding power and heading for about $77 million at 4,426 U.S. locations, early Friday estimates showed.

Sony’s opening of George Clooney’s thriller “Money Monster” was performing well above recent estimates with a $15 million frame at 3,104 sites. It banked a moderate $600,000 on Thursday night at 2,387 U.S. locations, and was heading for as much as $6 million on Friday in the wake of the film’s world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival out of competition.

Bh Tilt’s horror-thriller “The Darkness,” starring Kevin Bacon and Radha Mitchell, is also launching this weekend and should gross about $5 million at 1,754 sites.

Captain America: Civil War” remains the dominant player with a Friday gross of about $22 million. The tentpole opened with $179.1 million last weekend and looks likely to decline about 57% to about $77 million —  equivalent to what “Avengers: Age of Ultron” took »

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The Darkness review – Kevin Bacon stars in hokey hex horror full of typical tropes

13 May 2016 11:05 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

An autistic teen brings home an ancient curse in a film that starts with promise and ends with portals, talismans and chanting – none of which are very scary

There’s a commentary that runs in my head as I watch a wide release horror picture not screened for critics prior to appearing in theaters. The supernatural-meets-suburbia cheapie The Darkness was one such occasion. Five minutes in: hey, this isn’t that bad. Ten minutes in: I’ve seen far worse movies, there was no need to hide this. Fifteen minutes in: oh, uh, I think I see where this is headed. Twenty minutes in: I sure hope Kevin Bacon got a lot of money, it’s a miracle he’s able to say these lines without regurgitating his lunch.

So let’s focus first on that kinda-good opening scene. Mikey (David Mazouz) is an autistic pre-teen on a southwestern camping »

- Jordan Hoffman

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Review: The Darkness Features Strong Performances & Direction, but Lacks Real Scares

13 May 2016 7:53 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

As someone who has been a big fan of Aussie director Greg McLean’s work over the last ten years, it pains me to admit that I was left somewhat underwhelmed by his latest project, The Darkness. The supernatural thriller features great actors who all deliver strong performances, a story and mythology I thought was rather interesting, and some cool visuals, but ultimately The Darkness doesn’t offer any real scares and suffers from a resolution that feels a bit too convenient.

In the film, we meet the Taylor family, who already has their share of battles even before some angry ancient spirits show up to try and destroy their familial bonds. Peter (Kevin Bacon) is an architect struggling to keep up with the demands of his job and his pushy boss (Paul Reiser) while attempting to piece things back together with his wife, Bronny (Radha Mitchell), after cheating on her. »

- Heather Wixson

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George Clooney’s ‘Money Monster’ Bows to Modest $600,000 on Thursday

13 May 2016 7:42 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

George Clooney’s thriller “Money Monster” banked a moderate $600,000 on Thursday night at 2,387 U.S. locations.

Directed by Jodie Foster, “Money Monster” targets a more adult demo with its story of a TV financial guru taken hostage. Julia Roberts plays the show’s producer.

The film isn’t a risky proposition for Sony, given its $27 million budget. The earnings are in the same range as Clooney’s “Hail, Caesar!” (which saw $545,000 on Thursday night and a $11.4 million opening weekend) and “Bridge of Spies” (which took in $500,000 on Thursday on its way to a $15.4 million weekend).

The launch is a counter-programming move against the second weekend of Disney-Marvel’s “Captain America: Civil War,” which should reel in at least $70 million.

The U.S. previews of “Money Monster” began in the wake of the film’s world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival out of competition.

This weekend will provide a test »

- Dave McNary

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‘The Darkness’ Review

13 May 2016 7:18 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Stars: Kevin Bacon, Jennifer Morrison, Radha Mitchell, Lucy Fry, David Mazouz, Ming-Na Wen, Tara Lynne Barr | Written by Greg McLean, Shane Krause, Shayne Armstrong | Directed by Greg McLean

Australian filmmaker Greg McLean has been nothing but impressive since bursting onto the scene with Wolf Creek back in 2005, which introduced the horror world to a brand new icon in the form of outback serial killer Mick Taylor. McLean followed up his debut feature with Rogue, one of the very best man-eating crocodile films ever made, and he subsequently brought Mick back in Wolf Creek 2. His latest film is his first one set in America, and this time he’s delving into supernatural suburbia.

Written by McLean, Shane Krause, and Shayne Armstrong, The Darkness centers on the Taylor family: father Peter (Kevin Bacon!), mother Bronny (Radha Mitchell), teenage daughter Stephanie (Lucy Fry) and young son Michael (David Mazouz). While on a »

- John Squires

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Review: The Darkness

13 May 2016 5:17 AM, PDT | shocktillyoudrop.com | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

Shock reviews Greg McLean’s unfortunate new supernatural horror film The Darkness I was so excited to sit in daytime Los Angeles traffic for over an hour to see the new Greg McLean film The Darkness, starring Kevin Bacon and Radha Mitchell. McLean is best known for his debut feature film Wolf Creek, a savage outback…

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- Chris Alexander

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