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Mischief Night, or Goosey Night as the hip kids call it these days, is one night a year where children run amok and terrorize neighborhoods with toilet paper, eggs, chalk, and any other mark-leaving materials they can get their hands on, and no one bats an eye. Well, that’s what I used to believe – until I grew up and now have to clean up the mess those insufferable little shits create, making a full transition into my “Get Off My Lawn You Damn Kids” phase. What! You try cleaning toilet paper up after it’s rained! I absolutely wanted to get my hands on the punk kids that writer/director Travis Baker starts his movie off with, but was quick to realize some vandalizing adolescents smashing pumpkins wouldn’t be the focus here, and that’s when things got, well, spooky?
- Matt Donato
After Dark Films proudly announces the seventh film in its After Dark Originals 2 series, Mischief Night (not to be confused with This Mischief Night), a story that takes place on the most devilish night of the year where things are not always as they seem.
Mischief Night marks the directorial debut of Travis Baker, starring Brooke Anne Smith (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation), Marc Valera (Melrose Place), and Malcolm McDowell (A Clockwork Orange, Rob Zombie's Halloween).
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After Dark Originals has set its sights on bringing the horror world the long talked about flick Mischief Night, and we have all the current details as well as a new one-sheet for you guys. Check it out!
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After Dark Films proudly announces the seventh film in its After Dark Originals 2 series (ADO2), Mischief Night, a story that takes place on the most devilish night of the year where things are not always as they seem.
Mischief Night marks the directorial debut of Travis Baker, starring Brooke Anne Smith ("CSI: Crime Scene Investigation"), Marc Valera ("Melrose Place"), and Malcolm McDowell (A Clockwork Orange, Rob Zombie's Halloween).
"After Dark is always on the lookout for material that breaks the mold. Mischief Night's story and its characters are truly demented. We are excited to offer our audience something refreshingly new in the world of horror.” --Stephanie Caleb, »
- Uncle Creepy
Lifetime has decided not to go forward with Cinnamon Girl, its drama pilot co-created and executive produced by Renée Zellweger, which was set against the backdrop of the Los Angeles music and movie scenes of the late 1960s/early 1970s. It tells the story of four coming-of-age girls — Cassie (Allie MacDonald), Lola (Alexis Knapp), Junie (Brooke Anne Smith) and Lou (Jade Bartlett) — and explores their lives at the crossroads of the era’s political, artistic, social and sexual rebellions. Zellweger co-created Cinnamon Girl with Anthony Tambakis (Warrior), and the premise was a combination of Zellweger’s real-life journey from small-town Texas to Hollywood stardom and Tambakis’ lifelong fascination with the Laurel Canyon music scene and the New Hollywood, auteur-driven era that began in the late ’60s. Cinnamon Girl was the last of three produced pilots from Lifetime’s most recent batch whose fate had not been determined. The network recently »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
4 items from 2013
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