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Horror Highlights: Watch the Short Film The Ride, Cannibal Comic Book Series, The Misplaced

29 March 2017 6:40 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

A lift to work from a seemingly nice stranger turns into a mind-bending experience for one unlucky fish store employee in Waylon Bacon's new short film, The Ride, which you can watch right now on Daily Dead. In today's Horror Highlights, we also have details on a new story arc in the Cannibal comic book series, and details on the crowdfunding campaigns for The Misplaced and HoliDead.

Watch the Short Film The Ride: "In 'The Ride' we meet Greg, a disgruntled fish store clerk in danger of loosing his job. After missing his bus to work one morning, he meets Al, who offers to give him a ride.

Unfortunately for Greg, all may not be as it seems. Al is prone to explosive bouts of road rage. They seem to be going in the wrong direction. And the back of the van is filled with power »

- Derek Anderson

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PopPolitics: ‘Cries From Syria’ Director Says Trump’s Refugee Ban May Help Isis Recruitment (Listen)

13 March 2017 2:12 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Evgeny Afineevsky, director of “Cries From Syria,” which debuts Monday night on HBO, suggests that President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban could actually be used as a way for terrorism groups to recruit young refugees seeking shelter and relief from the war-torn region.

“Most of the kids that are trying to survive under this mess — they are seeking shelter,” Afineevsky tells Variety‘s “PopPolitics” on SiriusXM. “Shutting doors in front of these children, we are allowing Isis or al-Qaeda to take these children under their wing, give them shelter, but at the same time create from them terrorists.”

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Cries From Syria’ Director Hopes Documentary Results in More ‘Compassion,’ ‘Understanding’

Trump’s revised travel order, issued last week, restricts travel from Somalia, Iran, Syria, Sudan, Libya, and Yemen, and temporarily suspends the refugee program for 120 days.

Cries From Syria” traces the civil war in Syria from its origins, often »

- Ted Johnson

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Oscar Parties: 17 Sizzling Pics From Inside the Pre-Show Bashes (Photos)

24 February 2017 10:05 AM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Three nights before the Oscars, the bashes are in full swing. Zach Quinto and Sarah Paulson put the “wild” in the Oscar Wilde awards down in Santa Monica… As Jon Hamm and J.J. Abrams (who emceed and hosted the shindig on the roof of his Bad Robot production company) toasted Hollywood’s “Irish…and those Irish for a night.” Less festive, Abrams opened the night with some heartfelt remarks about his late friend Carrie Fisher. Over at the No Name in West Hollywood, Jackson Browne and Jeff Bridges rocked out on stage. Oscar nominee Bridges sang “Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling »

- Mikey Glazer

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Menemsha sets North American release for Berlinale premiere '1945'

23 February 2017 12:40 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Ferenc Török’s drama explores postwar Hungary before the Communist take-over.

Menemsha has scheduled an October theatrical release for the recent world premiere that played in Panorama.

1945 takes place in the aftermath of the Second World War as two Orthodox Jews with mysterious boxes arrive in a Hungarian village where preparations are underway for a wedding.

The strangers trigger complex feelings among the villagers. Some feel remorse, while others harbour murderous thoughts.

Török wrote the screenplay with Gábor T. Szántó, whose acclaimed short story Homecoming formed the basis for the feature.

“It took 12 years to make this,” Török said. “It’s kind of a western, like High Noon. We wanted to find the link between post-Fascism and Communism. There were two or three years in Hungary when life could have changed. It was an interesting time.

“We shot in black and white but didn’t want black and white thinking: we were looking for shades of grey »

- jeremykay67@gmail.com (Jeremy Kay)

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Logan Review: Excellent Jackman plus Lots of Violence and Expletives End Wolverine Trilogy with Big Bang

22 February 2017 4:51 PM, PST | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

'Logan' movie with Hugh Jackman as the mutant Wolverine: 20th Century Fox's gamble results in one of the best superhero movies. 'Logan' movie review: 'Wolverine' trilogy concluded 'in surprising and rewarding fashion' The trailer for Logan, the final film in the standalone Wolverine trilogy, is set to Johnny Cash's funereal cover of “Hurt,” the already-depressing song by Nine Inch Nails. If there was ever a warning that a superhero film was going to trudge down a grim path, that's as unsubtle an indication as you're gonna get. It's a warning worth heeding, though. Logan is a long, grave, and violent neo-Western; a Dark Knight of the soul that earns its R-rating before its first scene is complete. For audiences whose appetite for Marvel's vaguely juvenile destructo-thons has congealed into cultural obligation and drudgery, Logan is a welcome expansion of what a superhero saga can be. And even »

- Mark Keizer

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I’m sorry everybody… I didn’t like Logan

19 February 2017 11:54 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Oli Davis gives his thoughts on Hugh Jackman’s last outing as Wolverine, the incredibly well received Logan

Now that’s a loaded title! Perfectly designed to stand out amongst all the glowing Logan reviews in your MySpace timeline. Some will call it ‘clickbait’. Those people probably don’t understand what ‘clickbait’ is.

I write the title with a heavy heart, though. I wanted to love Logan. Everybody else seemed to. It’s a superhero Western with blood and swearing and Jean-Luc Picard. It’s like James Mangold looked up my Netflix viewing history, saw High Noon, Star Trek: The Next Generation and RuPaul’s Drag Race and thought, ‘let’s make a Wolverine solo movie specifically for this guy!’

Actually, ignore that whole RuPaul’s Drag Race part.

My reasons for not enjoying Logan are coming, but before we get there, I need to devote at least 500 words to over-establishing context. »

- Oli Davis

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Fist Fight – Review

16 February 2017 9:23 PM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

 

A showdown’s a’ comin’! Not on the main street of Dodge City, but at the multiplex once again. The final throw down between the hero and villain has been a staple of cinema since its earliest days, mainly in action films and primarily the western. There have been countless screen versions of that infamous incident , the gunfight at the O.K. Corral (the most famous being the Kirk Douglas/Burt Lancaster 1950’s classic) . This most likely inspired many other “oaters”, the most celebrated being the iconic 1952 High Noon (which garnered an Oscar for star Gary Cooper). It’s set in real-time as the clock ticks to 12, while Will Kane readies himself for the arrival of the Miller gang. We’ve seen this plot used in many other genres, providing extra excitement to the final acts of every movie hero’s exploits from Rocky to Bond to Batman. But it »

- Jim Batts

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'Fist Fight': Film Review

16 February 2017 10:00 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Phil Joanou's 1987 teen comedy Three O'Clock High, while not a remake of High Noon, signaled its heritage and its comic anxiety in the title: The solemnity of Fred Zinnemann's midday-showdown Western was transformed into something sounding like the name of a high school, with the ticking-clock deadline now timed to the final school bell — three more hours of desperation than Gary Cooper had to endure.

Richie Keen's Fist Fight, which isn't a remake of either film, makes a considerably blander promise to viewers: There's going to be a fight. With fists.

If that's an attempt to manage expectations, »

- John DeFore

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Screenwriting 101: Two basic ways to structure your script

7 February 2017 3:19 PM, PST | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Scott McConnell.

Based in Melbourne and La, story consultant and producer Scott McConnell has read for companies including Nu Image, The Samuel Goldwyn Company, Hallmark, New World Television, Sundance Institute, and Concorde-New Horizons.

A member of the Producers Guild of America, McConnell has produced shows for Nat Geo, Animal Planet/Discovery, TruTV, Spike and Fox. His credits include 'Live Life and Win!' and the reality series 'Hollywood Boot Camp'..

In this guest column, he talks about that old chestnut: the difference between story and plot..

In Aspects of the Novel, novelist E.M. Forster wrote, .The king died and then the queen died. The king died and then the queen died of grief.. The first sentence describes two events of a story, while the second sentence describes two events of a plot. As many writers and critics have noted, the essential difference between a story and a plot »

- Scott McConnell

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The Greatest Western Films

2 February 2017 11:00 PM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Whether it’s the golden era of spaghetti westerns or the more blood soaked appeal of the Tarantino films, there’s no denying that Hollywood loves the appeal of the old west. From books, to video games, and even casino slots, the world loves a good western. We take a look at some of the greatest films in history!

Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid

Without a doubt, one of the most popular westerns in cinematic history, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid was released in 1969. Directed by George Roy Hill and written by William Goldman the film is loosely based on a true story. It tells the story of the outlaws Robert LeRoy Parker, known as Butch Cassidy and his partner Harry Longabaugh, the Sundance Kid, who are on the run after a string of train robberies. The pair, along with Longabaugh ‘s lover Etta Place flee to Bolivia in »

- The Hollywood News

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25 Days Until Oscar...

1 February 2017 5:00 AM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Twenty-five days is not much. Are you ready? For today's special number, I thought we'd look back at the 25th annual Oscars, the first televised Academy Awards ever, but then I realized we'd already written a huge post about it with actresses falling on stairs and everything! So let's keep this simple. What's your choice for Best of 1952 (beyond Singin' in the Rain)?

The nominees were:

The Greatest Show on Earth High Noon Ivanhoe Moulin Rouge The Quiet Man

...and if there'd been three to five more nominees they would surely have included The Bad and the Beautiful which won 5 Oscars, the most ever won by a non Best Picture nominee), and Viva Zapata! which had 5 nominations, 3 of them major categories. If it had extended beyond 7 perhaps a combo of less loved or more divisive pictures like My Cousin Rachel (the remake is coming out this very year starring Rachel Weisz »

- NATHANIEL R

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Criterion Now – Episode 3 – April 2017 Announcements, Something Wild, Fox and His Friends

30 January 2017 5:00 AM, PST | CriterionCast | See recent CriterionCast news »

Aaron welcomes Keith Enright, The Completionist, to discuss the latest and greatest in the Criterion world. We discuss the April 2017 releases, Something Wild, Fox and His Friends, and the latest content from FilmStruck.

Episode Links & Notes

4:25 – In Memoriam: John Hurt, Emmanuelle Riva, Mary Tyler Moore

13:30 – April 2017 Criterion Releases

31:00 – Something Wild

36:50 – Fox and His Friends

42:10 – Cameraperson Preview

44:30 – Short Takes (High Noon, Gimme Shelter)

56:00 – FilmStruck

1:12:00 – Barry Jenkins in the Criterion Closet

1:15:00 – 2016 Best of the Year

Criterion – The Young Girls of Rochefort Criterion – The Umbrellas of Cherbourg Criterion – Woman of the Year Criterion – Buena Vista Social Club Criterion – Rumble Fish Criterion – Tampopo Joshua Reviews Something Wild https://www.criterion.com/current/posts/4396-fox-and-his-friends-social-animals Trevor Reviews Fox and His Friends On the Channel – Adventures in Moviegoing with Roger Corman Barry Jenkins Visits the Criterion Closet Criterion Forum – Best of 2016 Thread Janus Films — Taipei »

- Aaron West

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