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Nick Principe is a hard man to ignore. He stands about 6'7" tall, is covered in badass tattoos and is best known for playing a chrome-skulled killer that some feel could be horror's next iconic slasher. And now, straight out of Arkansas, Principe brings us his newest malevolent murderer, a pig mask donning psycho named Damien Ewell in Eric England's first feature film, Madison County.
Madison County is about a group of college kids who travel to the small mountain town of the same name to interview the author of a tell-all book about brutal murders that occurred in the town. But, as you would expect, when they get to Madison County, things are way more fucked up than they ever could have imagined. Enter the giant in the pig mask.
"(Director) Eric (England) hit me up on Facebook," Principe said, when asked how he heard about the role of Damien. »
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There will be two Conan's vying for your attention at the Cineplex this summer. One is a Cimmerian warrior, the other is an ousted late night host who took to the road for a traveling music and comedy tour after losing his job. We have the first trailer for the second movie: Conan O'Brien Can't Stop. This hilarious party documentary recounts the finite moments after Conan O'Brien left his post and NBC. Check it out in the clip below.
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Conan O'Brien Can't Stop comes to theaters June 24th, 2011 and stars Conan O'Brien, Andy Richter, Jimmy Vivino, Scott Healy, Mike Merritt, James Wormworth, Jerry Vivino, Mark 'Love Man' Pender. The film is directed by Rodman Flender. »
3 items from 2011
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