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Excited for the Halloween season yet? Syfy's 31 Days of Halloween kicks off this Friday and will feature The Crooked Man, starring Michael Jai White (The Dark Knight, Spawn). Also in today's Horror Highlights: trailers for both Night of the Living Dead: Genesis and StalkHer, festival screening details for films from Blanc/Biehn Productions, and details on a distribution agreement between XLrator Media and Blue Fox Entertainment.
The Crooked Man Airing on Syfy's 31 Days of Horror: "The Crooked Man, starring Michael Jai White (Spawn), Amber Benson (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer”) and Dina Meyer (Starship Troopers) kicks off Syfy's 31 Days of Halloween [on Saturday, October 1st at 9:00 p.m. Et.]
Synopsis: While at a slumber party, twelve year old ‘Olivia’ is blamed for the horrific and mysterious death of her friend after singing a song, created by a reclusive mastermind, ‘Milo’ (Michael Jai White), which summons a demonic figure known as "The Crooked Man". Returning to her hometown six years later, »
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Pete Dillon-Trenchard Sep 22, 2016
The first episode of Red Dwarf XI is an ideal series opener in which everyone gets a moment in the spotlight...
This review contains spoilers.
The history of Red Dwarf is a series of jarring transitions, with the series evolving over the years to fit in with its surroundings (and, of course, its budget). The sprawling sci-fi of Red Dwarf V was different to the claustrophobia of Red Dwarf VI and VII, which underwent a massive transformation into the populated world and broader humour of Red Dwarf VIII, at which point the show went off air until the super low-budget real-world antics of Back to Earth… You get the idea.
A second trailer for Hasan Karacadag's Magi has been released. From J-Plan Films, the clip blends a whole host of Catholic and World War II images. The film stars Michael Madsen, Stephen Baldwin and Brianne Davis. And, the film's first trailer was released late in 2014. The latest shows more horrifying imagery as journalist Olivia (Lucie Pohl) visits her pregnant sister Marla (Davis), in Istanbul. This will be no regular pregnancy, though. The latest on Magi is hosted here. The film was released in a few Turkish theatres, late in 2015. However, there are no plans to distribute the film in North America, despite the recognizable cast. For now, fans of international horror features will have to wait for future news as the film searches for more buyers. All of the details on Magi are available below. Director/writer: Hasan Karacadag. Cast: Michael Madsen, Stephen Baldwin and Brianne Davis. The latest »
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