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Chiller Films' next original film, The Monkey's Paw, is making its way to the small screen on October 8th and IndieWire has premiered both the trailer and one-sheet.
The film centers on Jake Tilton (Thomason), who acquires a mystical "monkey's paw" talisman that grants its possessor three wishes and finds his world upside down after his first two wishes result in his co-worker Tony Cobb (Lang) being resurrected from the dead. When Cobb pressures Jake into using hte final wish to reunite Cobb with his son, his intimidation quickly escalates intoo relentless murder -- forcing Jake to outwit his psychotic friend and save his remaining loved ones.
The Monkey's Paw is getting some theatrical play, too. See if it's playing at a theater near you here.
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If you're visiting our website, that likely means that you, like those of us here at NextMovie, are a fan of movies. Which is great. After all, for well over a century now, movies have been bringing entertainment to the world. And that's a noble goal, right?
So here's a warning for you: If you enjoy being a fan of cinema, you may want to skip the new trailer for "The Brass Teapot." Because it may make you rethink this whole movie fan thing entirely.
Here's the scoop: "The Brass Teapot" is an upcoming indie comedy starring Juno Temple and Michael Angarano that doubles as a morality play, as it tells the tale of a couple who come into possession of a magic teapot that spews money — but only if they hurt each other. And the more pain they inflict, the more money they get. Naturally, they quickly go well »
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2 items from 2013
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