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New to Streaming: ‘Back to the Future,’ ‘Jurassic World,’ ‘The Duke of Burgundy,’ ‘Dope,’ and More

2 October 2015 9:00 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

With a seemingly endless amount of streaming options — not only the titles at our disposal, but services themselves — we’ve taken it upon ourselves to highlight the titles that have recently hit the interwebs. Every week, one will be able to see the cream of the crop (or perhaps some simply interesting picks) of streaming titles (new and old) across platforms such as Netflix, iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, and more (note: U.S. only). Check out our rundown for this week’s selections below.

2001: A Space Odyssey and A Clockwork Orange (Stanley Kubrick)

Two of Stanley Kubrick‘s masterpieces have returned to Netflix this month: 2001: A Space Odyssey and its follow-up A Clockwork Orange.  While we wouldn’t recommend the experience for first-time viewings — go find the biggest theatrical screen possible — if you’re looking to re-watch, they are now easy to stream. – Jordan R.

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- TFS Staff

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120 Essential Horror Scenes Part 2: Violations

1 October 2015 11:15 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

It’s the most uncomfortable type of horror scene, but if done correctly, can pack a gut punch. The violation scene is the moment when the character’s vulnerability is betrayed and our empathy immerses us deeper into their dreadful ordeal. The young child possessed by an evil spirit. The unlucky bystander assaulted in a tunnel. The crazed woman submitting to a creature of non human origin. The violation scene can be emotional or it can be exploitative, but it’s almost always guaranteed to get us talking.


The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919)- Cesare abducting Jane

Even though it was one of the originators of German Expressionist film, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari is often regarded as the pinnacle for the movement. Two of the movement’s basic tenets were distorted lines and shapes and overly theatrical movements from the actors, and both are well on display in this creepy scene. »

- Staff

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Daily Dead’s 2015 Halloween Horrors TV Calendar

1 October 2015 11:45 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Happy October everyone! Our favorite month is finally upon us which means everyone is getting into the Halloween spirit, especially when it comes to upcoming TV programming over the next 31 days. Trying to keep track of everything that’s playing throughout October can be a hellish affair, so once again, Daily Dead is here to help make sure you know about everything Halloween-related hitting cable and network airwaves over the next several weeks.

Unfortunately, not all of the announcements for the upcoming 2015 Halloween television season have been made yet; we’re still missing out on the full details on AMC’s plans for their 2015 Fear Fest that begins on October 18th, and some usual suspects like the Great Pumpkin Peanuts special or The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror have yet to be revealed, so we’ll continue updating this post throughout the month to make sure you guys know what’s coming up. »

- Heather Wixson

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Fantastic Fest ’15: Sion Sono delivers another masterpiece with ‘Love & Peace’

1 October 2015 12:23 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Love & Peace

Written & Directed by Sion Sono

Japan, 2015

Love & Peace should not work. This fantasy-dramedy concoction from Japan’s mad genius, Sion Sono, combines absurdist comedy, serious drama, musical numbers, satire, and untold other genres in ways that simply shouldn’t be done. And yet, it works completely. What other film this year can make you laugh, cry, and feel inspired, all at the same time? Simply put, Love & Peace is one 2015’s best films and it demands to be seen.

Ryoichi Suzuki (Hiroki Hasegawa) is a loser. He failed as a rock singer, is mercilessly ridiculed at his thankless office job, and can’t even muster the courage to speak to his secret love, Yuko (Kumiko Aso). None of that stops him from having huge dreams, of course. With the Tokyo Olympiad approaching in 2020, Ryoichi dreams of performing in the newly-minted Nippon Stadium. He’ll ascend to rock-god status »

- J.R. Kinnard

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Video of the Day: Watch a new compilation video of First and Final frames in films

30 September 2015 6:00 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

The way a film starts and the way it ends can tell a lot about a movie, as well as the particular style of the director behind the project. Numerous films throughout history have had memorable opening and closing shots that have elevated the feature in question, while also taking on a life of their own as iconic moments in cinema.

Following his first exploration of first and final frames in film, vimeo user Jacob T. Swinney has revisited the topic in a new video, looking at 70 new films and how their opening and closing mirror each other. Swinney had this to say in the episode description.

After numerous requests, I finally decided to create a sequel to “First and Final Frames”. Part II plays the opening and closing shots of 70 films side-by-side. Like the first video, some of the opening shots are strikingly similar to the final shots, while »

- Deepayan Sengupta

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Gotham, Ep. 2.02, “Knock, Knock”

28 September 2015 6:00 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Gotham, Season 2, Episode 2, “Knock, Knock”

Written by Ken Woodruff

Directed by Rob Bailey

Airs Mondays at 8pm (Et) on Fox

On this Gotham, the villains take the stage as they begin their reign of terror on the city. Continuing the season’s Rise of the Villains theme, this episode puts the spotlight on Jerome as the indisputable leader of the Arkham Asylum Escapees known as The Maniax!, as he stands to be, perhaps, the most terrifying villain that Gotham City has ever faced.

As we all know, Jerome is meant to be a precursor to Batman’s greatest villain, The Joker, and in this episode we are privy to him beginning his rise to evil prominence. As a villain, Jerome is eager to leave his mark on Gotham and this episode showcases the extent of his heinous actions, a benchmark being his murder of the newly instated Commissioner Essen. From the opening sequence, »

- Jean Pierre Diez

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Zurich: Mr Robot creator sees show as a 'long film'

28 September 2015 2:09 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

The saying that ‘TV is the new film’ hits close to home for Mr Robot creator and showrunner Sam Esmail.

Esmail recounted how he first thought of the project as a film, before turning it into the USA Network’s summer hit.

The story follows paranoid young man Elliot Alderson (Rami Malek) who works as an engineer at a cybersecurity company. Christian Slater plays an anarchist hacker-activist named Mr Robot.

“As far as I’m concerned we are making the movie version, it just happens to be on streaming and television,” Esmail responded to Screen at a Zurich Film Festival press conference.

“I don’t see the difference. Films are two hours long, and TV shows can go on for 20 or 30 hours or more, that affects your storytelling. But if [either format] is right for your story, I don’t see any difference.

“I originally intended [Mr Robot] to be a film, I’m not shooting it any differently. We’re executing »

- wendy.mitchell@screendaily.com (Wendy Mitchell)

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High-Rise Review [Fantastic Fest 2015]

27 September 2015 11:37 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

“[There was] no obvious point in which we moved in a more sinister direction…” – Dr. Robert Laing, played by Tom Hiddleston.

It’s in the above moment that Ben Wheatley’s High-Rise comes together as a gloriously morose deconstruction of society, instead of a contained bit of apocalyptic psychosis brought upon by wealth, greed, and lonely isolation. Wheatley’s J.G. Ballard adaptation is utterly sophisticated madness – barbarism of the highest order, if you will. Contained in the walls of a towering, concrete high-rise is an experiment come-to-life, as we study how the human mind copes with being locked away from civilized humanity, and how morals crumble given the slightest manipulation of hierarchical class systems. Wheatley has an eye for regal destruction, as he plots out a dystopian nightmare that’s brought on by either a raging apocalypse outside the structure’s walls, or the absolute savagery of man – how optimistic are you about our society? »

- Matt Donato

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Contest: Win Tickets to the Kids Vs Monsters Premiere Party & Screening

24 September 2015 2:54 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Featuring an impressive cast that includes Malcolm McDowell and Lance HenriksenKids vs Monsters debuts Monday, September 28th in Los Angeles, and we've been provided with a pair of tickets to the premiere party and screening to give away.

One lucky winner and a guest will win tickets to the Kids vs Monsters premiere party in Los Angeles. The event will begin at 6:00pm Pdt with a special dinner, followed by a screening of the film with several cast members in attendance, including Lance Henriksen, Francesca Eastwood, and Anna Akana. The event will take place at the Egyptian Theatre (6712 Hollywood Blvd Los Angeles, CA).


Prize Details: (1) Winner will receive (2) tickets to the 6:00pm Kids vs Monsters premiere party and screening at the Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles next Monday, September 28th.

How to Enter: For a chance to win, email contest@dailydead.com with the subject “Kids vs Monsters »

- Derek Anderson

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Gorgeous Illustrated Stanley Kubrick Poster Series by Max Temescu

14 September 2015 7:44 AM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

"The screen is a magic medium. It has such power that it can retain interest as it conveys emotions and moods that no other art form can hope to tackle." Every day is a good day to watch a Stanley Kubrick movie. And if you need any inspiration, this excellent poster set from Max Temescu should help give you an idea of what to watch. Max has designed a series of illustrated posters for 11 Kubrick movies, and I really love the designs. Sure, there have been plenty of great Kubrick posters over the years, but the work here is impressive. My favorites are the usual suspects: A Clockwork Orange, 2001 and Dr. Strangelove. See below. Here's the gorgeous set of Stanley Kubrick posters designed by Max Temescu - view in full on Behance: By Max Temescu on Behance: "I'm doing illustrations for most of Stanley Kubrick's movies. I'll keep posting them pretty regularly. »

- Alex Billington

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9 Terrifying Home Invasion Movies You'll Never Forget

10 September 2015 10:06 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

"A Clockwork Orange" (1971)"A Clockwork Orange" is handful of different genres all warped up into one, and perhaps its most terrifying element is the way in which it toys with home invasion evil. In the infamously prolonged sequence from Kubrick's masterpiece, the director manages to completely dismantle one of the most memorable musical sequences in cinematic history, which is no easy feat. Sung by Alex DeLarge (Malcolm McDowell) as he beats and rapes a middle-aged husband and wife with his droogs in hand, "Singin' in the Rain" is injected with unshakable horror. The song is terrifying all the more for the way in which Alex so effortlessly harnesses the gleeful memories of Gene Kelly's dance steps to carry out his own barbaric actions and quench his thirst for ultra-violence.  "The Cable Guy" (1996)Most home invasion movies find themselves operating in the horror and/or thriller genres, but leave it »

- Indiewire

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Nolan's Next Has a Release Date

9 September 2015 4:11 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Christopher Nolan: Next movie has release date. Next Christopher Nolan movie release date Warner Bros. will release the first post-Interstellar Christopher Nolan movie on July 21, '17. The film has yet to be baptized. Warners, which began its days as the Rin Tin Tin studio, also released Nolan's Batman trilogy movies, which collected $2.463 billion worldwide. Besides, the studio handled the sorta sci-fier Inception (2010), which took in $825.53 million, in addition to earning a Best Picture Academy Award nomination. The outright sci-fier Interstellar, which received mixed-to-unenthusiastic reviews in North America, opened in Nov. 2014. The film went on to gross $675.02 million worldwide, $188.02 million of which in the U.S. and Canada. Paramount handled the domestic release, while Warners took care of the international distribution. Mystery Movie As for Nolan's upcoming effort, in case there is a screenplay (or a blueprint of one) or any prospective cast members, no details have been given out so far. »

- Zac Gille

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"Eye of the Tiger" Played at Kim Davis' Release Rally, Internet Officially Declares Classic Song Ruined for Life

8 September 2015 2:16 PM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Remember the first time you saw A Clockwork Orange? And after that disturbing scene you knew you'd never be able to hear "Singin' in the Rain" the same way again and that song was ruined for life?  Well, you'd better prepare to mourn "Eye of the Tiger," because the Internet has officially declared that tune dead. Why? Because it was the song played while anti-gay clerk Kim Davis walked out of a jail to a crowd of cheering supporters. Mike Huckabee was there to escort a proud Davis onstage, and she raised her arms in victory as if she just ran the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art instead of what she actually did: refused to do her job of granting couples the basic human right of »

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The State of the Race: An Unexpected Masterpiece Hits the Mostly Fixed Game of Oscar

7 September 2015 6:20 AM, PDT | AwardsDaily.com | See recent AwardsDaily news »

I used to think that the reason there weren’t films like Bonnie and Clyde or Midnight Cowboy or A Clockwork Orange or Taxi Driver or Apocalypse Now in the »

- Sasha Stone

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Is Mr. Robot the Best New Show of Recent Years?

6 September 2015 7:35 PM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

The critically lauded Mr. Robot wrapped up its freshman season this past week. The USA Network show had major buzz, arguably becoming the most talked about and interesting new program to come along in at least a year. Is it the best show to come along since the 2014-2015 TV season began last fall? Cinelinx looks at Mr. Robot to evaluate whether or not it was the finest new series to premier, not only over the summer, but since last September’s TV lineup debuted.

The very existence of Mr. Robot is amazing in more ways than one. Firstly, it’s a surprise that Mr. Robot was picked up by the USA Network—a network known for light, often formulaic shows—and also that they had so much faith in it, they renewed it for a second year before the first episode even aired. It’s a pleasure as a »

- feeds@cinelinx.com (Rob Young)

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25 Movies of the 1970's That Everyone Should Watch

6 September 2015 7:02 PM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

The 1970’s was an excellent decade for movies. Pop culture and reality collided to give audiences the most gritty, emotional, and entertaining films they had ever seen. This is our list of the 25 movies from the 1970’s that everyone should see.

Until the 1970’s film was mainly just a pastime. You went to the movies to unwind. You enjoyed comedies, musicals, and sprawling adventurous epics. The 1970’s effectively changed what movies were and what they could be. This important decade paved the way for modern film making by not only challenging traditional methods, but by fundamentally changing audience expectations of what movies could be. The 1970’s gave birth to the blockbuster, piqued our interest in regards to violence and sex on film, glorified the exploits of bad guys for the first time, and really pushed the boundaries to explore new frontiers that had never been depicted on film before.

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- feeds@cinelinx.com (G.S. Perno)

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Exits: Hannibal Lecter And Wes Craven

4 September 2015 9:54 AM, PDT | Trailers from Hell | See recent Trailers from Hell news »

The three-year run of Hannibal, one of the most visually and narratively innovative series ever to air on television, broadcast or cable, came to a breathtaking conclusion Saturday night. I have already confessed to a bit of selfish melancholy that there will be no more surprises, no more opportunities to get lost in the show’s radical approach to reimagining Thomas Harris’s well-known and well-trodden scenarios, and no more sweet, agonized anticipation over what form the show, probably the most envelope-pushing of any network show ever aired, might take in its own becoming. But I must also confess that I couldn’t be more satisfied with the way Hannibal, all three seasons now fully unveiled, was orchestrated to a beautifully modulated finish that illustrated the truly expressive and even transcendent (of the limitations of a more audience-friendly, more comfortingly linear structure and tone) achievement of Bryan Fuller’s series. »

- Dennis Cozzalio

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Release Details for Tales From The Crypt Presents: Demon Knight and Bordello Of Blood Collector’s Edition Blu-rays

2 September 2015 10:44 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Two of the Cryptkeeper's big screen stories—Demon Knight and Bordello of Blood—will receive stellar home media treatments this fall from Scream Factory, with both films set to be released as Collector's Edition Blu-rays on October 20th. In early July, the cover art for the anticipated releases was revealed, and now their full lists of special features have been announced.

Scream Factory's guaranteeing the ultimate Halloween treat for fans of Demon Knight and Bordello of Blood, as the special features list for the former includes a new audio commentary with Demon Knight director Ernest Dickerson, while the latter has a new audio commentary with Bordello of Blood co-writer and producer A.L. Katz.

Below, we have the official press release with the full special features lists, and in case you missed it, we also have a look at the final cover art for the Collector's Edition releases.

Press Release: Just in time for Halloween festivities, »

- Derek Anderson

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Round-Up: Old 37 Trailer, Kids Vs Monsters / I Spit On Your Grave 3 Release Details

1 September 2015 7:43 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

In Old 37, horror icons Kane Hodder and Bill Moseley show us that calling for help is a fatal mistake. Release dates and details for Kids vs Monsters and I Spit on Your Grave 3 are also featured in this morning's round-up.

Old 37: "Two brothers (Kane Hodder, Bill Moseley) intercept 911 calls in a beat up, old ambulance to terrorize a small Northeastern town. Available For Preorder Now on Amazon.com, Walmart.com, and Bestbuy.com. VOD on September 29th and DVD on October 6th."


Kids vs Monsters: Press Release: "Los Angeles (August 25, 2015) – Malcolm McDowell (A Clockwork Orange, “The Mentalist”) and Lance Henriksen (Aliens, “Millennium”) lead a stellar cast including Armand Assante (American Gangster, “NCIS”), Adrian Paul (“Highlander”), Christopher Atkins (Blue Lagoon) and Richard Moll (“Night Court,” “House”) in the fantasy horror-comedy, Kids vs Monsters, available on Digital HD and On Demand September 29 from MarVista Digital Entertainment. »

- Tamika Jones

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