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6 items from 2015


Round-Up: Turbo Kid UK Blu-ray, Exclusive Extinction Clip, It Came From Candi’S Lab Web Series

27 August 2015 7:59 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

When you add a pinch of '80s nostalgia with a dash of action and gore and mix them together you get Turbo Kid, which will be released in the U.K. on Blu-ray in October. Also: an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip from Extinction and first details on the web series It Came from Candi's Lab.

Turbo Kid: Lionsgate Home Entertainment will release Turbo Kid on Blu-ray in the U.K. on October 5th. Turbo Kid stars Munro Chambers, Laurence Leboeuf, Michael Ironside, Edwin Wright, and Aaron Jeffery.

From Blu-ray.com: "Synopsis: Turbo Kid is a celebration of all things that were awesome about the age of movies on VHS. It's packed with nods to 1980s pop culture (even down to Atari-style credits and its synth-tastic score) and riffs on the kids' adventure movies such as BMX Bandits, The Monster Squad, and The Goonies.

And for the hardcore fans, there's »

- Tamika Jones

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Fantasia 2015: ‘Extinction’ is a clumsy melodrama

19 July 2015 2:21 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Extinction

Written by Miguel Ángel Vivas and Alberto Marini

Directed by Miguel Ángel Vivas

Spain/Hungary, 2015

Some films just can’t stick to their strengths. There are some good jump scares inside Extinction, the post-apocalyptic zombie film from Spanish director Miguel Ángel Vivas, adapted from a novel by his countrymen Juan de Dios Garduño, but Vivas (who co-wrote the script with Alberto Marini) is too keen to turn his film into a melodrama to focus on the fright. The result is a plodding zombie drama with too much tonal inconsistency to succeed as either a character study or a terrifying gorefest.

In fact, a majority of the scares are in the prelude, which at least serves the function of getting Extinction off to a promising start. In a frenetic sequences dominated by handheld shots and dizzyingly quick cuts, Vivas gives the audience a hint of the world which defines his »

- Max Bledstein

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New trailer for zombie horror Extinction starring Matthew Fox

17 June 2015 3:45 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

We’ve already seen an international trailer earlier this month [watch it here], and now a U.S. trailer has arrived online for Extinction, the upcoming English language debut of writer/director Miguel Ángel Vivas, which sees Lost star Matthew Fox facing off against a “new breed of zombie”. Check it out below after the official synopsis…

Nine years after an infection turns most of the humanity into rabid creatures, Patrick, Jack and Lu, a nine-year-old girl, survive in seeming peace and calm in the forgotten snow-covered town of Harmony. We nonetheless sense that something terrible happened between Patrick and Jack because a deep hate keeps them apart. When the infected appear again, Patrick and Jack will have to leave behind all rancor to protect the one being who means more to them than anything else.

Extinction is set for release later this year, with a cast that also includes Jeffrey Donovan, Quinn McColgan, »

- Gary Collinson

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Trailer for zombie horror Extinction starring Matthew Fox

3 June 2015 2:00 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

The trailer has arrived online for the English language debut of writer/director Miguel Ángel Vivas’ upcoming post-apocalyptic zombie horror Extinction starring Matthew Fox; check it out below after the official synopsis…

Nine years after an infection turns most of the humanity into rabid creatures, Patrick, Jack and Lu, a nine-year-old girl, survive in seeming peace and calm in the forgotten snow-covered town of Harmony. We nonetheless sense that something terrible happened between Patrick and Jack because a deep hate keeps them apart. When the infected appear again, Patrick and Jack will have to leave behind all rancor to protect the one being who means more to them than anything else.

Extinction is expected to arrive later this year, and features a cast that also includes Jeffrey Donovan, Quinn McColgan, Valeria Vereau, Alex Hafner and Clara Lago.

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- Gary Collinson

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Iff Panama: Festival Audiences Embrace ‘Spanish Affair’

14 April 2015 11:26 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Panama – Alvaro Augustin, producer and CEO of Spain’s Telecinco Cinema, was delighted and even a little surprised at how strongly “Spanish Affair” (“Ocho Apellidos Vascos”) played at the opening night of the Panama Film Festival.

The film, which is the highest-grossing film of all time in Spain, had been totally embraced by the festival guests at the opening gala in the National Theater, and had enchanted both actress Geraldine Chaplin and Brazilian director Karim Ainouz. Chaplin went as far as to say that she felt her father, Charlie Chaplin, would have loved the film and talked of the parallels with the “Great Dictator,” in which Chaplin had to play a person he was not.

“I knew that the audience might miss as much as 50% of the jokes as they are so local to Spain and the language,” Augustin told Variety, “but it still seems to work with audiences outside of Spain. »

- Christopher Pickard

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Iff Panama: Potential B.O. Juggernaut ‘Spanish Affair 2’ Gears Up

9 April 2015 5:35 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The pieces are falling into place for the production of “Spanish Affair 2” (“Ocho Apellidos 2”), the sequel to the 2014 comedy which, distributed by Universal Pictures International in Spain, and opening March 14 last year, powered to an extraordinary €55.2 million ($59.6 million) in Spain, becoming the highest-grossing Spanish film of all time at hometurf wickets.

Doing so, it also underscored a business model which is revolutionizing the popularity of movies not only in Spain but in Latin America: the combination of a well-crafted film that touches a national nerve and has a huge marketing push from a big nationwide broadcaster, here TV network Mediaset España, which co-produced via powerful film arm Telecinco Cinema.

Other national film industries – in Argentina, for instance – have taken note. Backing from Televisa and Globo also explain, though only in part, the rise of local movies’ market shares in Mexico and Brazil respectively.

Underscoring the crowd-pleasing status of the original, »

- John Hopewell

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