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You’re Next on Blu-ray and DVD is either the perfect gift for the horror fan in your life, or else it could be a great gift just to see the look on the face of the receiver. In fact, I’m trying to think of who you wouldn’t give this to. Kids. Don’t give this to kids. Here’s the trailer followed by the press release with all the details.
Trailer: You’re Next
You’re Next Award Winning Home Invasion Thriller Arrives On Blu-ray and DVD January 14 From Lionsgate Home Entertainment Early Digital HD And Video On Demand Window Begins December 27
The hunt is on when “the most downright entertaining horror film of the year,” (IGN) You’re Next arrives on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD Ultraviolet) and DVD (plus Digital Ultraviolet) on January 14, 2014 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. The film will also be available early on Digital HD, »
- Jess Orso
After the two year wait from film festival to nationwide theaters, You’Re Next will lastly invade home video January 14th! This means a couple of things: you’ll be able to own one of the best horror films of 2013 (actually 2011) and put the incredibly opening scene featuring “Looking For The Magic” on repeat! Check out the bonus features that’ll accompany the disc, and put your DVD or Blu-ray pre-order in below!
“No Ordinary Home Invasion: The Making Of You’re Next” Featurette Audio Commentary with Director Adam Wingard, Writer Simon Barrett and Actors Sharni Vinson and Barbara Crampton Audio Commentary with Director Adam Wingard and Writer Simon Barrett
Aubrey and Paul Davison decide to celebrate their wedding anniversary by inviting their four children and their significant others to a family reunion at their remote weekend estate. But the family reunion goes awry when their home »
- Justin Edwards
One of the great pleasures of being a movie fan is the discovery of new performers. Faces that, months earlier, you'd have passed by in the street, suddenly gifted the role of a lifetime, and whose lives will never be the same again. It feels to us that 2013 was an especially strong year for new faces: festivals like Sundance, SXSW and Cannes, not to mention films that went straight to wide release, unleashed a veritable hurricane of talent that we'll be seeing for years to come. Having kicked off our year-end coverage with the breakout directors of the year last week, we continue today by rounding up our 25 favorite performances by new faces—or performers that we knew, but really got to shine for the first time—from the last twelve months or so. Take a look at them below, in order from 25 to 1, and you can quibble about the ranking, »
- The Playlist Staff
Earlier this week we reported on potential casting on the all-female action spin-off The Expendabelles. Yes, Sylvester Stallone’s crazy creation, which is currently shooting its second sequel with Patrick Hughes at the helm, is set to blossom with a group of lovely, ass-kicking ladies leaving the kitchen (sorry) and cleaning up their own chaos. We already know Haywire’s Gina Carano, You’Re Next’s Sharni Vinson and Riddick’s Katee Sackhoff are in the cast with the producers wanting to keep the feminine aspect and have targeted a female director.
Well, it’s looking like Green Street (Hooligans) and the underrated Punisher: War Zone director Lexi Alexander could be the name to let these ladies loose. She’s tweeted a message with an image of the front page of the script suggesting she’s definitely interested!
This just arrived. I’m reading it asap because of all your kind messages, »
- Craig Hunter
Another trio of names could soon be set to join the already confirmed Katee Sackhoff (Riddick), Gina Carano (Haywire) and Sharni Vinson (You’Re Next) in the all-female version of the action ensemble franchise, The Expendables. Millennium Films chief Avi Lerner has claimed in the Bulgarian press that he is negotiating with superstar actresses Meryl Streep, Cameron Diaz and Milla Jovovich to feature in the forthcoming untitled project currently known as The Expendabelles. Lerner also confirmed he’s looking at potential female directors in keeping with everything “all woman”.
The film has a script by Legally Blonde scribes Karen McCullah Lutz and Kirsten Smith but could this all be bravado on the part of the producer (and would Steep in particular even touch anything like this)? We suspect his back-up (or addition casting) will include Terminator’s Linda Hamilton, Alien’s Sigourney Weaver, The Long Kiss Goodnight’s Geena Davis »
- Craig Hunter
The hunt is on when "the most downright entertaining horror film of the year," (IGN) You're Next arrives on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD Ultraviolet) and DVD (plus Digital Ultraviolet) on January 14, 2014 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. The film will also be available early on Digital HD, Video on Demand and Pay-Per-View on December 27, 2013. Winner of the Best Film award at the Austin Fantastic Fest and runner up for the Audience Award at the Toronto International Film Festival, the "intense and inventive" (GQ) film has delighted critics and audiences alike with its "fresh, unpredictable and terrifying" (Ain't It Cool News) take on the home invasion/slasher genre. You're Next features a terrific ensemble cast including Sharni Vinson (Step Up 3D), Nicholas Tucci (Choose), Aj Bowen (The House of the Devil) and Ti West (Drinking Buddies), with Rob Moran (Dumb and Dumber) and horror icon Barbara Crampton (Re-Animator).
Aubrey and Paul Davison decide »
Former music video director Mark Hartley came to prominence, at least to me, in 2008 when his wonderful documentary Not Quite Hollywood, which detailed the “Ozploitation” genre, exploded on film blogs and movie sites across the globe. He then followed that up with another documentary, Machete Maidens Unleashed, a look at Filipino genre filmmaking, in 2010. I was fortunate enough to see that doc on the big screen at 2011′s Frightfest Glasgow and now, some two years later Hartley’s feature film debut Patrick, a remake of Richard Franklin’s seminal 1978 shocker, makes it’s UK debut as part of the 2013 Frightfest Halloween All-Nighter.
It’s been some years since I’ve seen Franklin’s original film and it’s Italian lensed “sequel” Patrick Lives Again, but it’s not like anyone can »
- Phil Wheat
After arriving in theaters this past August, Lionsgate will give us a You’re Next Blu-ray and DVD release in January. We have a look at the cover art below, along with the list of special features. For those that don’t want to hold out for the You’re Next Blu-ray and DVD version, it will be released early on digital services:
“The hunt is on when “the most downright entertaining horror film of the year,” (IGN) You’re Next arrives on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD Ultraviolet) and DVD (plus Digital Ultraviolet) on January 14, 2014 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. The film will also be available early on Digital HD, Video on Demand and Pay-Per-View on December 27, 2013.
Winner of the Best Film award at the Austin Fantastic Fest and runner up for the Audience Award at the Toronto International Film Festival, the “intense and inventive” (GQ) film has delighted critics and audiences alike with its “fresh, »
- Jonathan James
We're getting pretty close to that time when all the horror websites start listing off their favorite flicks of the year, and we can be pretty sure that You're Next (review) will be popping up on a whole lot of those lists - even if it technically first saw release way back in 2011.
Three years later, it finally comes home next year. Read on for all the details!
From the Press Release
The hunt is on when "the most downright entertaining horror film of the year" (IGN), You're Next, arrives on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD Ultraviolet) and DVD (plus Digital Ultraviolet) on January 14, 2014, from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. The film will also be available early on Digital HD, Video on Demand, and Pay-Per-View on December 27, 2013. Winner of the Best Film award at the Austin Fantastic Fest and runner-up for the Audience Award at the Toronto International Film Festival, the "intense and »
- John Squires
.You always hope for more but it.s a good result,. said producer David Jowsey, who self-distributed the film through Dark Matter, a company he owns with Sen and Michael Wrenn. Melbourne-based Backlot Studios is handling the bookings, distribution veteran Alan Finney is a consultant and Tracey Mair co-ordinated the national marketing and publicity campaign.
Jowsey tells If, .We had a very modest P&A spend, with no TV, and there was a lot of hard work in publicity at the grass roots level..
Backlot is now arranging to release the film at around 30 locations in regional areas. Well Go plans to launch »
- Don Groves
Charles Dance ("Game of Thrones"), Rachel Griffiths ("Six Feet Under") and Sharni Vinson ("You're Next") star in the story which follows a former killer who is now a comatose patient in a small psychiatric clinic.
When a pretty young nurse begins working with him, she senses that Patrick is communicating with her, and he seems to be using his powers to manipulate events in her life.
Phase 4 Films will release the film theatrically and through on demand in spring 2014.
Source: Phase 4 Films »
- Garth Franklin
Beginning on Halloween night and running through November 7th, New York's Lincoln Center is once again playing host to a horror film festival called Scary Movies, which will see both world premieres of new horror films as well as screenings of genre faves from the past.
With oodles of filmmakers in attendance, and tons of movies being shown, it looks to be another can't miss event. Read on for all the details!
From the Press Release
The Film Society of Lincoln Center’s annual horror fest Scary Movies returns for its 7th edition featuring several U.S. and New York City premieres among its lineup of highly anticipated horror films and thrillers, genre rarities and fan favorites. Appearances include filmmakers Eli Roth, Andrew van den Houten, Cliff Prowse and Derek Lee.
- John Squires
Phase 4 Films and Uncork'd Entertainment have ensnared Mark Hartley's Aussie horror redo 'Patrick' for distribution across the Us and Canada. There's no official theatrical or street date for the release at the moment but the Hollywood Reporter are suggesting that Phase 4 are looking to unleash the remake both theatrically and On Demand at some point in the Spring of 2014. 'Patrick', based on the original 1978 horror from director Richard Franklin, stars Sharni Vinson -below ('Your Next'), Charles Dance ('Game of Thrones'), Rachel Griffiths ('Six Feet Under') and Jackson Gallagher. »
Mark Hartley.s Patrick will get a theatrical release in the Us, handled jointly by Phase 4 Films and Uncork.d Entertainment. A spring 2014 launch is planned for the thriller starring Charles Dance, Rachel Griffiths and Sharni Vinson. Producer Antony Ginnane told If it.s too early to specify the number of screens. He explained the dual distribution arrangement on the grounds that Uncork.d Entertainment.s expertise is in releasing films on Premium Video-on-Demand and convention VoD while Phase 4 Films is well versed in other media. Patrick had its Us premiere last month at the 2013 Fantastic Fest. The deal was negotiated by Bankside Films. Stephen Kelliher with Phase 4.s Larry Greenberg and Katharyn Howe. Bankside pre-sold to a bunch of markets including Germany, Benelux, Argentina, Middle East, Peru and Switzerland. Phase 4.s recent releases include The Baytown Outlaws, which starred Eva Longoria and Billy Bob Thornton, and Generation Um with Keanu Reeves. »
- Don Groves
The film will get a theatrical/VOD spring 2014 release.
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Distribution has arrived for the updated version of the Aussie chiller Patrick (review), and we have all the initial details right here for you. No psychic transmission needed.
According to THR, Phase 4 Films and Uncork'd Entertainment have acquired U.S. and Canadian rights to the horror thriller.
Phase 4 Films will release the film theatrically and on demand in spring 2014.
After killing his mother and her lover some years before, Patrick is the comatose patient in Room 15 of a remote, private psychiatric clinic run by the secretive Dr. Roget, who treats him as guinea pig in his bizarre studies of life and death.
When Kathy, a nurse who has recently separated from her boyfriend, begins working at the clinic, »
- Uncle Creepy
Phase 4 Films is partnering with Uncork’d Entertainment’s Keith Leopard to acquire all U.S. and Canadian rights to director Mark Hartley’s horror-thriller “Patrick,” which made its U.S. premiere last month at Fantastic Fest. Phase 4 will release the film in theaters and on demand in the spring of 2014. Produced by Antony I. Ginnane, the film stars Charles Dance, Rachel Griffiths and Sharni Vinson. Also Read: Phase 4 Films Seals Financing Deal With Aver Media Finance (Exclusive) Based on the classic Australian 1978 horror film of the same name, “Patrick” follows a former killer who is now a comatose patient in a small. »
- Jeff Sneider
Cambodian-set surreal love story Ruin has won another international festival award.
The film collected the prize for best concept and cinematography at the International 2morrow film festival in Moscow. Michael Cody, who co-directed the film with Amiel Courtin-Wilson, was on hand to accept the award.
Ruin won the special Orizzonti Jury Prize at the Venice Film Festival. It.s screening this week in Chile.s Festival Internacional de Cine Valdivia and in November will participate in Ireland's Cork International Film Festival. Courtin-Wilson tells If the film will be released in Australia by Madman Entertainment after it plays at Oz festivals next year.
Mark Hartley.s Patrick is competing at the Sitges horror/thriller festival in Spain alongside films such as Robert Rodriguez.s Machete Kills, Nicolas Winding Refn.s Only God Forgives and Eli Roth.s The Green Inferno.
- Don Groves
If you have ample glancing time put aside this morning then you're going to enjoy this huge batch of fresh stills taken from Mark Hartley's new Australian horror remake 'Patrick'. It's a mixture of in-flick stills and promotional poses plus a brand new one-sheet featuring all its main players including the gorgeous Sharni Vinson ('Your Next'), Charles Dance ('Game of Thrones'), Rachel Griffiths ('Six Feet Under') and a comatosed Jackson Gallagher. The remake is based on Richard Franklin's original horror feature from 1978. Head below for the new slew of images. »
The full lineup for the FrightFest All-Nighter in London has been announced and includes Nothing Left to Fear and The Station:
“The FrightFest All-Nighter 13 returns to the Vue in London’s Leicester Square on Saturday October 26 for the third year, with six killer titles including UK premieres of The Station, Patrick, Nothing Left To Fear and Soulmate. So climb aboard FrightFest’s Halloween Express, with guests including Neil Marshal, Anna Walton, Renaud Gautheir and Michael Armstrong, for the night-ride of your lives.
Tickets for the London event go on sale Tues 1 Oct.
Horror fans around the country can join in the fearsome fun on Saturday 2 November, when the event travels to the Gft Glasgow and the Empires in Sunderland, Newcastle and Poole. On Sat November 16 the event hits the Watershed Bristol
18:30 Soulmate (UK Premiere)
Axelle Carolyn makes her impressive feature debut with a sophisticated ghost story. After »
- Jonathan James
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