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Horror Highlights: Jordan Peele to Receive CinemaCon Award, Other Madnesses, Kill The Minotaur, Raised By Wolves, The Quiet Hour

It's been announced that Jordan Peele (Get Out) will be the recipient of The National Association of Theatre Owners (Nato)'s "CinemaCon Director of the Year" award. Congrats, Mr. Peele! Also in today's Highlights: Other Madnesses trailer and release details, Kill The Minotaur, Raised by Wolves, and The Quiet Hour.

Jordan Peele to Receive CinemaCon Director of the Year Award: Press Release: Washington D.C. (March 20, 2017) – Jordan Peele, the breakthrough writer/director of Universal Pictures’ smash “Get Out,” will receive the “CinemaCon® Director of the Year,” it was announced today by CinemaCon Managing Director, Mitch Neuhauser. CinemaCon, the official convention of The National Association of Theatre Owners (Nato), will be held March 27-30, 2017 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Peele will be presented with this special honor at the “CinemaCon Big Screen Achievement Awards” ceremony, which takes place on the evening of Thursday, March 30, at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace,
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Awkward Season 5 Review

Two episodes were provided prior to broadcast.

Five seasons and four years later, and there’s a sort of quiet ease into which the MTV sitcom template-setter that is Awkward presents its fifth year: not with a senior-year bang, but with a whimper as bittersweet and disappointing as the gang’s handful of failed pranks dotted throughout the premiere. Its stars still shine and its drama still crackles with a heightened hilarity that only a show with this high level of acronyms-to-actual words could muster, but its lost some of its acerbic spark that surprised everyone back in 2011.

Jenna and co. aren’t as ribald and breezingly candid, the writing feels more like an interpretation of Awkward than actually Awkward, and the decision to continue last year’s most interminable plots instead of just tying them up in the prologue and catapulting the team into something new, all lends the
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“Awkward.” Gays Read Basic

Recurring gays Theo (Evan Crooks) and Cole (Monty Geer) pop up on MTV’s Awkward. now and then to throw some shade on the overactive personalities at their high school. In the video below, the pair stamp their classmates as either “Basic” or “Awesome” based on their locker contents.

Theo and Cole are those hipster gays that, rather than having story arcs themselves, usually just comment on the world around them without ever being connected to it. In fact, I think they’ve had more screen time in Awkward. web videos like the one above than on the show itself.

Too bad, because these two are worth exploring as characters. Just wish they had more to do than read people from the sidelines.

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MTV's 'Awkward' adds four new faces to Season 4

Palos Hills High's student body just grew by four.

When MTV's dramedy "Awkward" returns for Season 4 -- under new showrunners Chris Alberghini and Mike Chessler -- four new recurring characters will cause more trouble for Jenna (Ashley Rickards) during her senior year.

Elizabeth Whitson, Kofi Siriboe, Evan Crooks and Monty Geer have joined the cast, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Blonde and beautiful Whitson will play Eva, a Palos Hills High transfer student from Manhattan. Expect her to become the talk of the school pretty quickly. Siriboe will play Tyler, who is from Rwanda but is spending a year in America for school. Crooks and Greer will play "gay dynamic duo" Theo and Cole.

"Awkward" returns on April 15 on MTV.
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MTV's 'Awkward' Bulks Up for Season 4, Adds Quartet

MTV's 'Awkward' Bulks Up for Season 4, Adds Quartet
MTV's Awkward is expanding its ranks for season four. The critical darling, which will return on April 15 under new showrunners Chris Alberghini and Mike Chessler, has added four heavy recurring players to its ranks: Elizabeth Whitson, Kofi Siriboe, Evan Crooks and Monty Geer. Season four will see Jenna (Ashley Rickards) face even more complications during her senior year, including boy trouble, drama with friends and a new girl in town who has eyes for Matty (Beau Mirchoff). Whitson -- who was poised to star in ABC Family's Ravenswood -- will play Eva, a new girl at Palos Hills High School who

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The Butcher Brothers Get Raised By Wolves

On tap right now are the first trailer and some really early sales art for the next film from the directing team known as The Butcher Brothers, Raised by Wolves. Now in post-production, the flick will be making the rounds at the forthcoming Berlin Market.

Mitchell Altieri directs the found-footage flick, which stars porn star Jenna Haze along with Evan Crooks and Michael Hudson.


When a group of extreme skaters go searching for an empty pool rumored to be behind an abandoned house in the barren desert, they learn they should not have ignored the rumors that the house is haunted by a demonic presence and a dark history of occultism. What follows is a terrifying tale of evil possession causing the friends to slowly turn against each other.

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Raised by Wolves Brings the Butcher Brothers Back to Horror: First Trailer

The Butcher Brothers (Mitchell Altieri and Phil Flores) have reteamed for the found footage film - Raised by Wolves. This film is currently in post-production, from Helios Productions and San Francisco Independent Cinema. A supernatural horror film, Raised by Wolves now has an official trailer. As well, the film stars porn actress Jenna Haze and actors Keith Roenke and Evan Crooks. The story begins with several amateur skaterboarders. Rumours tell of a haunted home, with an empty pool (perfect for riding). The skaters head up to the isolated locale, only to find that the rumours are true. Spirits inhabit their bodies, until no one remains. Fans of found footage or possession themed horror can take a look at the first clip. Full of shaky camera work, the trailer shows some of the horrors found in one deadly home. Director: Mitchell Altieri. Writers: Mitchell Altieri, Phil Flores and Cory Knauf. Cast: Jenna Haze,
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‘Carrie Diaries’ Recap: Sebastian & Carrie Have Awkward Reunion

Plus, Carrie gets in Samantha Jones’ face — yes, we finally meet the one and only Samantha, and she’s quite the shock for Walt and Carrie.

While Walt (Brendan Dooling) and Carrie (AnnaSophia Robb) were planning an exciting night out in the big city on the Oct. 25 episode of The Carrie Diaries, their plans get turned completely around when an unexpected guest shows up.

After the devastating ending to season one, it’s so nice to see Carrie back to her bubbly self in the premiere. She and Walt had an amazing summer together, and she’s worked hard to put Sebastian (Austin Butler) and Maggie (Katie Findlay)’s hookup in the back of her mind.

So they decided on a night out and about with Donna (Chloe Bridges)– yes they’re all magically friends now — but when she showed up at the door with Sebastian, Carrie immediately decided she wasn’t up for that,
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