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Whoa! Rlj Entertainment has released a crazy first trailer for Joe Begos' new body-horror / psychological thriller The Mind's Eye, which won Best Horror Director at Fantastic Fest last year. Graham Skipper plays Zack Connors, and Lauren Ashley Carter plays Rachel Meadows, two people born with "incredible psychokinetic capabilities" who are hunted by a doctor that wants to harvest their powers. The cast includes John Speredakos, Larry Fessenden, Noah Segan and Matt Mercer. The film has been described as an homage to the early films of David Cronenberg and Brian De Palma, and the poster has a quote calling it "the best Scanners sequel we never got." This definitely looks trippy and weird, and perfect for a late night. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Joe Begos' The Mind's Eye, direct from YouTube: Zack Connors and Rachel Meadows were born with incredible psychokinetic capabilities. When word of their supernatural talents gets out, »
- Alex Billington
Rlj Entertainment acquired The Mind’s Eye for North American distribution back in April, and EW reports that the psychokinetic horror film will hit theaters, VOD, and iTunes on August 5th.
Written and directed by Begos, The Mind’s Eye stars Graham Skipper, Lauren Ashley Carter, John Speredakos, Noah Segan, Jeremy Gardner, Matt Mercer, Brian Morvant, Josh Ethier, Sam Zimmerman, and Larry Fessenden.
Synopsis: “Zack Connors and Rachel Meadows were born with incredible psychokinetic capabilities. When word of their supernatural talents gets out, they find themselves the prisoners of Michael Slovak, a deranged doctor intent on harvesting their powers. After a daring escape, they are free from his sinister institution, but the corrupt doctor will stop at nothing to track them down so that he may continue to siphon their gifts for his own use.”
The post The Mind’S Eye Release Date & Trailer appeared first on Daily Dead. »
- Derek Anderson
Ted Geoghegan took horror fans inside a haunted house in We Are Still Here, and he’ll bring them into the wilderness for his upcoming action horror film, Mohawk. Reuniting Geoghegan with Dark Sky Films and Snowfort Pictures, Mohawk began filming today in upstate New York:
Press Release: Dark Sky Films and Snowfort Pictures have announced they will reteam and continue their multi-picture deal with writer-director Ted Geoghegan on Mohawk, the follow-up to his critical and commercial horror hit We Are Still Here. The film is set to star Tiio Horn (Hemlock Grove, Blank Paige), a Mohawk native herself. Principle photography begins today in upstate New York.
- Derek Anderson
‘Hemlock Grove’ Actress Kaniehtiio Horn to Star in Horror-Actioner ‘Mohawk’ and Snowfort Pictures have launched production on horror-actioner “Mohawk,” starring “Hemlock Grove” actress Kaniehtiio Horn.
Principle photography began Tuesday in upstate New York with Ted Geoghegan directing. The new project reteams Geoghegan with “We Are Still Here” producer Travis Stevens, producer Greg Newman and co-screenwriter Grady Hendrix, author of “Horrorstör.”
Horn portrays a young Mohwak pursued by ruthless renegade soldiers after one of her tribe sets an American soldier’s camp ablaze, leading to a battle deep in the woods.
Snowfort Pictures is currently in post-production on »
- Dave McNary
WWE star Luke Harper has been cast in the horror movie “Mohawk,” directed by Ted Geoghegan. Dark Sky Films and Snowfort Pictures will reteam on the project following the last fright flick that they made with Geoghegan, “We Are Still Here.” Along with Harper — whose real name is Jon Huber — “Hemlock Grove” actress Kaniehtiio Horn, who is Mohawk herself, will also star in the film. “Twilight’s” Justin Rain, “Looper” star Noah Segan, Ian Colletti, Robert Longstreet, Sheri Foster, Ezra Buzzington and Andrew Sensenig will costar. Also Read: WWE Superstar Brock Lesnar Reveals His Ufc 200 Opponent (Video) “Mohawk” is a horror and. »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
Up-and-coming director Adam Egypt Mortimer shares the details of his potential next projects, exclusively with us.
We caught up with director Adam Egypt Mortimer at Tribeca. Mortimer forms part of the directing team behind new horror anthology Holidays and previously brought us female slasher flick Some Kind of Hate. The film screened at last year’s Frightfest and finally offered us a female killer who could rival the likes of Michael Myers, Jason Vorhees and Freddy Krueger.
Since then we’ve been keeping a close eye on Mortimer’s work and had to find out what he’s up to next. Whilst chatting at Tribeca he revealed that he has several projects in the works at the moment, all at various stages.
The first one, and one listed on his imdv page, is Sinatoro:
- Kat Hughes
Before the debut of Star Wars: The Force Awakens in theaters, it was revealed that Disney plans on releasing a new Star Wars movie every year, indefinitely. Fans will get to see the first spinoff Rogue One: A Star Wars Story on December 16 of this year, with Star Wars: Episode VIII following on December 15, 2017. Production started on Star Wars: Episode VIII in February, and today marks a very special day in the filming process, with director Rian Johnson revealing two new photos from the set, along with news that production is halfway complete.
The photos don't reveal too much, with an unspecified crew member using a microfiber sham to clean off the cockpit of what appears to be an X-Wing ship in one image, while cleaning off a control panel in another. We don't get a great look at the actor who is in the cockpit of the X-Wing. This »
Segan is something of a good luck charm for Johnson, having appeared in all three of his previous films - "Brick," "The Brothers Bloom" and "Looper" along with the acclaimed "Breaking Bad" episode "Ozymandias" which Johnson directed. "Star Wars: Episode VIII" is currently slated to hit cinemas on December 15th 2017.
Abrams revealed that Harrison Ford's injury actually proved a blessing - the several »
- Garth Franklin
Rian Johnson will next year release his biggest feature film to date, the eighth film in that little known Star Wars franchise. The film will be the director’s fourth feature, and follows the success of Brick, Brother’s Bloom and Looper. It’s a bold choice from Disney, but when you have a catalogue of films as strong as Johnson it isn’t really a risk.
Along his journey to the big leagues Johnson has always seemed to stay grounded and often the cast and crew of his films are made up of his closest friends and relatives. His cousin Nathan Johnson has scored his movies whilst his other cousin Zachary Johnson has created some very cool artwork. Johnson also has two actors whom he keeps going back to, having met on the set of Brick Johnson formed a tight bond with both Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Noah Segan. The »
- Kat Hughes
When production started on Star Wars: Episode VIII back in February, Disney and LucasFilm released an updated cast list, which included the primary cast from Star Wars: The Force Awakens along with a few franchise newcomers like Benicio Del Toro, Laura Dern and Kelly Marie Tran. Naturally, we knew that more cast members would be confirmed at some point during the production, but, two months into shooting, we haven't seen any official announcements. Today we have word that director Rian Johnson has in fact cast another actor, Noah Segan, although his actual role remains a mystery.
The news comes from Birth.Movies.Death, where Noah Segan actually contributes as a writer at times, aside from his acting work. Those who are familiar with Rian Johnson's work will certainly recognize Noah Segan, since he has starred in all three of his movies, Brick, The Brothers Bloom and Looper. He even »
Welcome back to Episode 8 Bits, your friendly neighborhood source all kinds of Star Wars: Episode 8-related…bits. In today’s edition: A description of Luke and Rey’s new costumes. Oscar Isaac compares Episode 8 to an independent film. Noah Segan joins the cast in a mystery role. Members of the British royal family visit the set… […]
The post Episode 8 Bits: Luke and Rey’s New Costumes, the Return of the A-Wing, and the Mystery of Noah Segan appeared first on /Film. »
- Jacob Hall
When certain writers or directors work on projects there are often actors that you know will show up in one place or another. Sometimes it’s leading roles, like when Tim Burton calls Johnny Depp every time he makes a movie. Other times it can be a small supporting part, like when Josh Malina shows up in nearly everything that Aaron Sorkin writes, or the fact that John Ratzenberger voices a character in every Pixar movie. For Rian Johnson, that special, "always there" actor is Noah Segan, and since Johnson has begun to work on Star Wars: Episode VIII, it’s no surprise that Segan will be there as well. The news that Noah Segan recently took off for Pinewood Studios in London comes courtesy of Birth.Movies.Death. You see, in addition to being a great actor, Segan also occasionally contributes pieces to the website, »
Rlj Entertainment’s Acquires The Mind’S Eye
Rlj Entertainment (Nasdaq: Rlje) has acquired all North American rights to the thriller, The Mind’S Eye. Written and directed by Joe Begos, the film reunites him with his Almost Human film star Graham Skipper, along with cast members Lauren Ashley Carter (Premium Rush, The Woman), John Speredakos (The House of the Devil), and Noah Segan (Some Kind of Hate, Looper). Rlje plans to release The Mind’S Eye in theaters and On Demand later this year. Mark Ward, Rlj Entertainment’s …
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Rlj Entertainment has acquired all North American rights to the telekenesis thriller “The Mind’s Eye,” starring Graham Skipper. Joe Begos directed from his own script. The film reunites him with Skipper, who starred in his 2013 horror film “Almost Human.”
“The Mind’s Eye” made its world premiere at last year’s Toronto International Film Festival and won the award for best director of a horror feature at the 2015 Fantastic Fest.
“Joe has an amazing eye and a clear love of old-school genre films,” said Rlje’s Mark Ward. “His first feature had a cult following, and we are excited to share his new vision of horror with audiences.”
Skipper and Carter portray people with telekinetic powers, who »
- Dave McNary
Press Release: Los Angeles, April 12, 2016 – Rlj Entertainment (Nasdaq: Rlje) has acquired all North American rights to the thriller, The Mind’S Eye. Written and directed by Joe Begos, the film reunites him with his Almost Human film star Graham Skipper, along with cast members Lauren Ashley Carter (Premium Rush, The Woman), John Speredakos (The House of the Devil), and Noah Segan (Some Kind of Hate, Looper). Rlje plans to release The Mind’S Eye in theaters and On Demand later this year. Mark Ward, Rlj Entertainment’s Chief Acquisitions Officer, made the announcement today.
The Mind’S Eye made its world premiere at last year’s Toronto International Film Festival and won the award for Best Director, Horror Feature at the 2015 Fantastic Fest.
“Joe has an amazing »
- Derek Anderson
Who doesn’t love a good apocalyptic comedy? I sure am a fan, and the recent news of digital streaming company Vhx acquiring Hot, Victor Warren’s adaption of the Daniel Keleher play sounds like quite the good time. Vhx is looking to provide a good amount of exclusive content, with its desire to give independent filmmakers a platform to sell their films and have distribution that will give their audience a chance to have much more of a personal experience than that of Netflix and the sort.
Based on the award-winning play for Daniel Keleher and directed by Victor Warren, Hot is a comic yet ultimately devastating look at an apocalyptic future Los Angeles torn apart by a dangerous virus, most of its victims left unconscious to die slowly. Life-long best friends Jones (Steven Strait) and Benny (Zachary Knighton) are holed up in an ostentatious penthouse with Jones spending »
- Jerry Smith
If you are looking for something to add to your viewing list this weekend then consider Victor Warren's apocalyptical satirical comedy Hot. The film is an adaptation of Daniel Keleher's stage play and it stars Steven Strait (The Expanse), Zachary Knighton (Happy Endings) and indie film's everyman Noah Segan (Starry Eyes, Redeemer, Some Kind of Hate). We have the trailer below. The filmmaker and Glydascope Magnet Films released the film on Vhx yesterday. Vhx is the same streaming service that Jeremy Gardner released his zombie flick The Battery on. Hot is a comic yet ultimately devastating look at an apocalyptic future Los Angeles torn apart by a dangerous virus, most of its victims left unconscious to die slowly. Life-long best friends Jones (Steven Strait) and Benny (Zachary Knighton) are holed up...
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South by Southwest in Austin, Texas has begun and one of the films being screened is Teenage Cocktail. A poster and teaser for the film were revealed and are available after the jump. Also: an I Am Not a Serial Killer clip, a trailer for The Girl in the Photographs, and release details for Victor Warren’s Hot.
SXSW: Teenage Cocktail: “Feeling confined by their small town and overbearing parents, Annie and Jules hatch a scheme of running away. The only issue is, they need the money to get there. Jules suggests the couple try webcam modeling. Although she’s nervous at first, Annie can’t argue when the money starts rolling in. But as the girls soon find out, consequences can blindside you. Sometimes violently.
SXSW 2016 Screenings:
Saturday, March 12th, 2:15 Pm at Alamo Lamar D
Sunday, March 13th, 6:00 Pm at Alamo Slaughter (SXSW Satellite)
Tuesday, March 15th, »
- Tamika Jones
Stars: Graham Skipper, Lauren Ashley Carter, John Speredakos, Larry Fessenden, Noah Segan, Matt Mercer, Michael A. LoCicero, Jeremy Gardner, Patrick M. Walsh, Brian Morvant, Josh Ethier, Susan T. Travers | Written and Directed by Joe Begos
Back in 2014 first-time director Joe Begos exploded on the horror scene with Almost Human, an alien abduction movie drenched in 80s flair. Now he’s back with his second feature, The Mind’s Eye, another film that’s not afraid to wear its love of 80s horror on its sleeve. In this case referencing the work of David Cronenberg and Brian De Palma, and films like the Scanners franchise, Carrie and the classic telekinetic fear flick The Fury.
Confession time: I’m not the biggest fan of David Cronenberg’s Scanners. If not for exploding head scene and the final battle between Revok and Vale, the film would be a very dull futuristic thriller. However »
- Phil Wheat
We’ve barely recovered from the tour de force that was Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens and already there’s news everywhere about the next one. Today sees production officially get underway in London’s prestigious Pinewood Studios and it appears that John Boyega and Daisy Ridley will be getting some brand new cast mates.
Posted by Star Wars on Monday, February 15, 2016
Given how amazing both Brick and Looper were, we have every faith that Rian Johnson will be able to answer the gauntlet thrown down by Jj Abrams. His choosing of both Del Toro and Dern just reinforces our backing. »
- Kat Hughes
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