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Win Deep Water on Blu-ray

  • HeyUGuys
Author: Competitions

Out now on Blu-Ray, DVD and VOD is acclaimed Australian crime thriller Deep Water. Courtesy of Peccadillo Pictures we have 3 copies of the Blu-Ray to give away to some lucky winners.

Inspired by the Bondi Beach murders of the 80s & 90s, this chilling crime series follows Detectives Tori Lustigman (Yael Stone: Orange is the New Black) and Nick Manning (Noah Taylor: Game of Thrones, Peaky Blinders) on the tail of a serial killer luring gay men to their deaths through gay app Thrustr.

As the Di’s delve deeper in to the case the discoveries are shocking. They uncover a spate of unexplained deaths, ‘suicides’ and disappearances linked to gay bashings by youth gangs, a blood sport that went largely unpunished by the Australian police. Haunted by the earlier death of her brother, Di Lustigman’s fascination with the case soon turns to fixation, putting her
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Round-Up: Watch The Vatican Tapes Featurette, Real Fake History Episode, Fear The Walking Dead Teaser

  • DailyDead
Warning: the power of Christ may compel you while watching the new featurette from the Neveldine-directed film The Vatican Tapes. Also showcased in this round-up: "The Battle of Endor" episode of the Real Fake History series and a teaser for Fear the Walking Dead.

The Vatican Tapes: A spiritual showdown between Father Lozano (Michael Peña) and a powerful demon takes center stage in director Mark Neveldine's (Crank, Crank: High Voltage) The Vatican Tapes.

"The Vatican Tapes follows the ultimate battle between good and evil- God versus Satan. Angela Holmes is an ordinary 27-year-old until she begins to have a devastating effect on anyone close, causing serious injury and death. Holmes is examined and possession is suspected, but when the Vatican is called upon to exorcise the demon, the possession proves to be an ancient satanic force more powerful than ever imagined. It’s all up to Father
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Simon Pegg interview: Man Up, Tintin 2, rom coms, directing

Simon Pegg chats to us about rom coms, Man Up, writing, Tintin 2, visiting Andy Serkis on The Jungle Book set, directing, and more...

Before he heads off to make the next Star Trek film, Simon Pegg is back in UK cinemas this weekend for the really rather good romantic comedy, Man Up. He co-stars with Lake Bell in the movie, and ahead of its release, he spared us some time to chat about the film, and what he's up to next...

It's an interesting sign of the times that BBC Films, which started out making movies that couldn't be made really, back with Truly Madly Deeply....

Another South Bank movie!

True. Back then, BBC Films was making niche films that were struggling to get made anywhere else. And here, with Man Up, a rom com seems to have become one of those niche films.

Absolutely, yeah. You make a very good point.
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Edgar Wright interview: The World's End, Ant-Man, Statham

  • Den of Geek
Interview Simon Brew 29 Nov 2013 - 06:03

Edgar Wright looks back at The World's End, and talks The Godfather Part II, Crank and moviemaking too...

Out now on DVD and Blu-ray in the UK is the final part of the Cornetto trilogy, The World's End. We spoke to Simon Pegg about the film earlier in the way, but we've since also sat down with its director and co-writer, Edgar Wright. And here's how the chat went...

The interesting thing about the response to The World's End, and I've seen this with Hot Fuzz to an extent too, is that the second reaction to the film tends to be different to the first. That the first watch is quite a broad one, but the second uncovers what's under the surface. Themes such as lonliness, and the destructiveness of Gary.

So how closely do you follow that? Does the first reaction bother you per se,
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Cherry Bomb | Review

Director: Kyle Day Starring: Julin Jean, Nick Manning, John Rodriguez, Allen Hackley, Jeremy James Douglas Norton, Denise Williamson So, I guess you are probably wondering why Dave shares the screen with a room full of [half-]naked ladies, huh? Well, the titular Cherry (Julin Jean) is an exotic dancer at the Pussy Hut. (And, yes, Dave's scene takes place inside the Pussy Hut.) Late one night, Cherry enters a private room to dance for a few of the club's wealthiest clients; but then the guys pay the bouncer to leave the room, in order to take full advantage of Cherry. Next thing Cherry knows, she is waking up in a hospital, horribly bruised. Because of her assailants' influence with the local law enforcement, they are able to avoid arrest. Once Cherry discovers that her aggressors will not be punished, she vows to kill them off one by one. Cherry's brother Brandon (John Rodriguez) joins her cause,
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Cherry Bomb | Screening Giveaway

Julin Jean (Killer School Girls from Outer Space, Friday Night Lights), Nick Manning (Crank: High Voltage, Beach Heat Miami) and John Rodriguez (Blind Turns, Johnny’s Gone) star in Kyle Day’s Cherry Bomb, an explosive homage to Grindhouse and B-sexplotation movies of the early 1980s. Our good friends at The Show! have given us some tickets to give away for the Austin premiere of Cherry Bomb at the Alamo Drafthouse Slaughter Lane on Tuesday, July 10 at 7:30pm. There will also be a Q&A after the screening with Director Kyle Day and Producer Garrett Hargrove and actresses Julin Jean and Denise Williamson. (For those of you who don't live in the Austin area, fret not... Just head on over to our Cherry Bomb on Blu-ray giveaway post!)
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Cherry Bomb | Blu-ray Giveaway

Julin Jean (Killer School Girls from Outer Space, Friday Night Lights), Nick Manning (Crank: High Voltage, Beach Heat Miami) and John Rodriguez (Blind Turns, Johnny’s Gone) star in Kyle Day’s Cherry Bomb, an explosive homage to Grindhouse and B-sexplotation movies of the early 1980s. Smells Like Screen Spirit and Well Go USA Entertainment have teamed up to give away a few Blu-ray copies of the Austin-filmed Cherry Bomb, which debuts on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital on July 10th.
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'Cherry Bomb' to Explode onto DVD and Blu-ray in July

  • MoreHorror
By MoreHorror.com

The tag line says "Don’t Light Her Fuse", and boy, we just might want to for the hell of it.

Cherry Bomb starring Julin Jean, Nick Manning and John Gabriel Rodriquez, Directed by Kyle Day’s, is an action-packed bloody homage to early 80s action films.

The film debuts on Blu-ray®, DVD and Digital July 10th. Check out the official trailer below the details and visit the official Cherry Bomb website for more information.

From The Official Release:

Julin Jean (Killer School Girls from Outer Space, TV’s “Friday Night Lights”), Nick Manning (Crank: High Voltage, TV’s “Beach Heat Miami”) and John Rodriguez (Blind Turns, Johnny’s Gone) star in Cherry Bomb, debuting on Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital July 10th from Well Go USA Entertainment. In the vein of the classic revenge movie I Spit On Your Grave, Director Kyle Day’s explosive homage Grindhouse
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B-sexploitation Explodes in new ‘Cherry Bomb’

  • Horror News
Julin Jean (Killer School Girls from Outer Space, TV’s “Friday Night Lights”), Nick Manning (Crank: High Voltage, TV’s “Beach Heat Miami”) and John Rodriguez (Blind Turns, Johnny’s Gone) star in Cherry Bomb, debuting on Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital July 10th from Well Go USA Entertainment. In the vein of the classic revenge movie I Spit On Your Grave, Director Kyle Day’s explosive homage Grindhouse and B-sexploitation movies features an exotic dancer (Jean) seeking bloody revenge… More
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Pick Up This Cherry Bomb for Thrills: A Movie Review

*full disclosure: a DVD screener of this film was provided by director Kyle Day. Director: Kyle Day. Writer: Garrett Hargrove. Cast: Julin, Nick Manning, Denise Williamson, John Gabriel Rodriguez, and Allen Hackley. Tagline: "Don't light her fuse." Cherry Bomb joins a long list of rape revenge thrillers. From The Last House on the Left to I Spit on Your Grave, from Baise Moi to Irreversible, there have been dozens of entries in this genre. Director Kyle Day's first entry into this prolific category is stylized and reminiscent of John Carpenter's visual and auditory style such as Assault on Precinct 13 (1976). Day's directing style is more over-the-top compared to Carpenter; this is also an exploitation film after all. In the end, Cherry Bomb is an enjoyable ride with gunfire and violence overruling the nudity and sexuality. The story of the film focuses on the "Pussy Hut." This is a strip club where Cherry,
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Weekend Report: 'Think Like a Man' Repeats, Four Openers Underwhelm

Four new nationwide releases landed with a thud this weekend, which allowed Think Like a Man to repeat atop the domestic box office chart. The Top 12 earned just $97.1 million on the final weekend in Spring 2012, which is obviously way off from the same frame last year when Fast Five opened to $86.2 million.Think Like a Man fell 48 percent to $17.6 million. Through ten days in theaters, the movie has already made $60.5 million, which makes it the highest-grossing movie from April 2012 ahead of Titanic 3D ($56.3 million). Based on Sunday estimates, The Pirates! Band of Misfits was the highest-grossing movie among the new releases, though that isn't really saying much*the stop-motion animation flick claimed second place with a meager estimated $11.1 million. That's lower than Arthur Christmas's $12.1 million debut in November, which makes it the worst opening ever for British production house Aardman Animation.Considering Aardman's best opening ever is a paltry $18.8 million for Flushed Away,
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Friday Report: 'Think Like a Man' Crushes Newcomers

The big winner on Friday appears to be a movie that isn't even out yet*audiences largely rejected all four brand-new movies, which may be the latest sign that anticipation for The Avengers is reaching a fever pitch. Thanks to the middling performance of the newcomers, Think Like a Man and The Lucky One easily held on to the top two spots.Think Like a Man fell 55 percent to an estimated $5.5 million on Friday. It's now made $48.4 million, and is just two days away from topping Titanic 3D to become April 2012's highest-grossing movie. Meanwhile, The Lucky One dropped a slightly steeper 57 percent to $3.9 million. The Zac Efron-Nicholas Sparks romantic drama has earned a solid $32.5 million through eight days.Even with what looked like the formula for rom-com success, The Five-Year Engagement only managed to generate $3.5 million in ticket sales on Friday. That's less than half the opening
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Forecast: 'Five-Year' Will Likely Lead Last Weekend of Spring

On what will forever be known as "that weekend before The Avengers opened," four new nationwide releases hit theaters. With its strong cast and connection to Bridesmaids, The Five-Year Engagement appears to have the best chance of finishing in first, though its theater count (2,936) trails that of Aardman Animation flick The Pirates! Band of Misfits (3,358). The Raven and Safe also debut this weekend, though neither of these titles has much of a chance of cracking the Top Three. The Five-Year Engagement reteams Forgetting Sarah Marshall writer-director Nick Stoller with writer-actor Jason Segel. That movie opened to $17.7 million in April 2008 on its way to $63.2 million, and it's fairly well-regarded among comedy fans today (it has a 7.3 rating on IMDb, which is identical to the rating for Knocked Up and The 40-Year-Old Virgin). For The Five-Year Engagement, though, the Forgetting Sarah Marshall connection has taken a backseat to a potentially much more
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Cherry Bomb (2011)

  • Planet Fury
Directed by: Kyle Day

Written by: Garrett Hargrove

Cast: Julin Jean, John Gabriel Rodriguez, Nick Manning, Denise Williamson

Texas has a storied film heritage. Over the years, the Lone Star State has given the world a wide range of cinematic talent, including directors as diverse as Tobe Hooper, Richard Linklater, Wes Anderson, Tex Avery, Terrence Malick and Robert Rodriguez.

Today, the state's filmmaking legacy continues to thrive. The film communities in Austin, Dallas and Houston are full of committed industry professionals who — despite the seeming best efforts of certain political players — are flourishing, making movies of all shapes and sizes. I know this to be true because, having spent the past few days at SplatterFest, I've seen the evidence.

Last week, besides screening several short films by regional filmmakers, SplatterFest hosted the world premiere of Cherry Bomb, the self-assured debut feature from Texas-based director Kyle Day.

An homage to the low-budget movies of the 1980s,
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Did Nick Jonas Get A Buff Makeover? He Looks So Huge!

Is the 18-year-old Nick manning up for his 26-year-old girlfriend Delta?

Wow! Check out those muscles on Nick Jonas! Nick is much buffer these days. We bet his older woman, Delta Goodrem, likes his new bod a lot!

Nick has gone from scrawny teen to manly man in recent months. Tell us, HollywoodLifers, do you like the new buff Jonas?

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Exclusive: Amy Smart Talks Dead Awake, Blood Brothers, Crank 3 and More

With director Omar Naim’s supernaturally-tinged Dead Awake opening in limited release this Friday, December 3 (the flick is set to hit DVD/Blu-ray on March 29 of next year), this writer caught up today with one of the film’s principals, actress Amy Smart, who dished on the movie as well as the possibility of a third film in the Crank series and her potential inclusion in a future horror project.

Known best as a comedic actress for her turns in the films Just Friends and Road Trip (among others) and to genre fans for her roles in The Butterfly Effect and Mirrors (as well the gonzo action flicks Crank and Crank: High Voltage, in which she portrayed the girlfriend of actor Jason Statham’s adrenalized hit-man ‘Chev Chelios’), Smart appears in Dead Awake as ‘Natalie’, the long-lost love of young funeral parlor employee ‘Dylan’ (actor Nick Stahl), a young man
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Cherry Bomb Unloads with these Movie Stills

Cherry Bomb is a Strike Anywhere Production from director Kyle Day and writer Garrett Hargrove. This independent film is a revenge thriller starring Julin (Spirit Camp) and Denise Williamson (Writhing in Rouge) with several movie stills from the production available here. In the photos Julin as Cherry breaks out the Uzi and the fishnet stockings to take on five men who assaulted her. In another photo Amanda Arnold as Patricia gets on her bike to terrorize the town. Have a look at the most recent photos from the production inside.

The synopsis for Cherry Bomb here:

"It is 1984, an exotic dancer named Cherry has just watched the five men who assaulted her walk free with the help of a corrupt police force. Seeing no justice coming from within the system Cherry enlists the help of her brother and they take the law into their own hands and seek justice on
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Julin in Cherry Bomb for 2010

Cherry Bomb is a revenge thriller that puts star Julin in the role of Cherry and a whole group of corrupt individuals on the run in this first trailer. Cherry is an exotic dancer who entertains and when the entertainment is not enough for five men things get ugly. Slated for a release in 2010, the first clip for Cherry Bomb shows Nick Manning, John Rodriguez, Denise Williamson and others caught
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New Trailer Shows Off Julin Jean's Cherry Bomb

There are three things not lacking in film lately: remakes, ravenous monsters, and classic revenge epics that show their love for the days of grindhouse! Julin Jean, the Harley Quinn-esque industrial chick who dances her way through Sweatshop, stars in Cherry Bomb, which promises to continue the fine tradition of hot girls with big guns poised to blow some faces off.

It's 1984. An exotic dancer named Cherry has just watched the five men who assaulted her walk free with the help of a corrupt police force. Seeing no justice coming from within the system, Cherry enlists the help of her brother, and they take the law into their own hands and seek justice on their own terms ... one bullet at a time. But with a professional hitman after them and the police closing in, Cherry is forced to put herself and her loved ones in harm's way to satisfy
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