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Ahead of its release on November 22, Telltale have made available a trailer for the next episode of Batman: The Telltale Series video game, titled ‘Guardian of Gotham’. The trailer also confirms a very familiar and iconic face is set to appear in Episode 4. Watch the trailer below…
In Batman The Telltale Series Episode 4, Penguin has taken control of Wayne Enterprises, and the Elizabeth Arkham Asylum for the Criminally Insane has a new guest–you–Bruce Wayne. With the Batman removed from the streets of Gotham City, Harvey Dent’s forces and the Children of Arkham are at war, with innocent citizens caught in the crossfire. To escape the ‘comforts’ of your padded cell, you must choose allies to aid in your escape, even if they aren’t the sort to put a smile on your face. How far are you willing to go for justice? For vengeance? What now, »
- Ricky Church
"Cinema Verité strikes me as just a pompous French term...I make movies. That suits me better."
Frederick Wiseman was at the forefront of the renaissance of American documentary film, working during the 1960s at a time when Albert and David Maysles, D.A. Pennebaker, and Richard Leacock were astounding the world with the immediacy of Direct Cinema. The decade reinvented the documentary, with its seemingly unmediated observation of lives and places that never seemed to merit consideration before. Wiseman took his camera and showed us things that shocked us, and, in some cases, changed official policy. His first film, Titicut Follies, went inside the Bridgewater State Hospital for the Criminally Insane, and looked without hesitation, without comment, at the brutal and humiliating treatment of the patients, culminating in the inmate talent show that gave the film its name. The movie was banned.
Wiseman has a long history with the London Film Festival, »
- Dr. Garth Twa
Fresh from his award-winning horror flick All Through the House, director Todd Nunes is turning his attention to a remake of the 1973 cult horror Don’t Look in the Basement, entitled Death Ward 13. The reimagining, which is now in pre-production, promises to deliver a thrilling remake with a shocking collection of criminally insane patients: botched lobotomies, necrophilia, sexual deviance, and violent psychopaths. Check out the first poster here…
See Also: Poster, trailer and images for Don’t Look in the Basement 2
“I was mesmerized by the insane characters and the twist ending [of the original movie],” says director Todd Nunes. “In this reimagined version I want to give fans a taste of the original with added practical effects and lots of bloody gore for modern audiences. Death Ward 13 will have more nurses, more maniacs, and more blood. We’re eager to shoot the film in an isolated mental hospital in the woods, »
- Gary Collinson
By Seth Metoyer,
I gotta say I'm really digging this poster for the upcoming film Death Ward 13, a remake of Dont Look In The Basement. Check out all the details below.
From The Press Release
The cult-classic Don’T Look In The Basement is being re-imagined by horror director Todd Nunes and L.A.-based Bone Crusher Films. The new film, Death Ward 13 is currently in pre-production in Los Angeles. Death Ward 13 is inspired by S.F. Brownrigg’s Don’T Look In The Basement (1973) and Edgar Allen Poe’s short story “The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether" (1845). Death Ward 13 promises to deliver a thrilling remake with a shocking collection of criminally insane patients: botched lobotomies, necrophilia, sexual deviance, and violent psychopaths.
4 items from 2016
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