New Stills from Desolation: IFC Midnight will release Desolation in select theaters and on VOD and digital platforms on December 15th, including special Q&A screenings:
"New York City
Special Advance Screening on Thursday, December 14, at 9pm at the IFC Center with Q&A with editor Alexander Frasse, producer Kim Patton, associate producer Ned Donovan, and composer Marcus Bagala. Tickets available here: http://www.ifccenter.com/films/desolation/
Opening Night Q&A on Friday, December 15 (9:05pm show), with director Sam Patton,
"[My kids are] where my vulnerability is," the 34-year-old actress admits in an interview with her A Bad Moms Christmas co-star, Kathryn Hahn, for The Edit. "My job, it comes and goes. You don’t get a job, you get a job, you don’t get a job. Your kids, you just want one thing. So, to answer your question, that’s where I become a mess."
Needless to say, Kunis is very thankful that she and husband Ashton Kutcher were able to have kids on their timing. "I have an 11-month-old [son Dimitri] and a three-year-old [daughter Wyatt]. I have tiny little humans," she muses. "Ashton and I wanted kids so bad; we were so ready to be parents. We were able to have this little family the way we wanted, and I’m so grateful for it and it’s the one thing that I can’t control
Directed by Brian Yuzna.
Starring Billy Warlock, Connie Danese, Ben Slack, Evan Richards, and Devin DeVaquez.
Billy Whitley enjoys a life of wealth, popularity, and privilege in Beverly Hills, but he feels isolated from his family, feeling like he doesn’t belong. Suspecting he is adopted, Billy begins to dig deeper into the mystery of his family, uncovering a secret more horrifying than he could possibly imagine.
Margaret Thatcher once said, “…there’s no such thing as society”. I bring this up not as a means to analyze what she meant by her statement or to discuss the late Prime Minister and the legacy that has been the cause of decades of passionate debate. I honestly just needed a smart-sounding way to start this review.
This rather clumsy opening brings me to the subject of today’s review, Brian Yuzna’s gruesome horror satire that just so happens to be titled Society,
Trailer and Poster Revealed for The Forlorned: Press Release: "Los Angeles, CA-- Midnight Releasing turns on the light for Andrew Wiest's The Forlorned October 3rd. Based on the book by suspense novelist Angela Townsend, The Forlorned is the story of a man lured by a job to a desolate lighthouse who quickly finds himself in over his head and at the mercy of malevolent forces. The Forlorned will be available October 3rd on Amazon Instant, iTunes, Xbox, Vimeo, Steam, Vudu, Google Play and more.
Adi placed hidden cameras on the farm to capture this rare insight into an industry that kills more than 100 million animals a year.
Watch the film here.
Joanna Lumley and Brian Blessed are backing Adi’s campaign to end the fur trade.
Animal Defenders International President Jan Creamer said: “Over 100 million animals die for their fur every year. Our film shows the lives of these intelligent, feeling individuals and the cruelty they suffer when treated like a product. Just because they are not like us. Playful fox cubs Borys and Eryk, grow up in a small cage and die a terrifying and painful death for vanity and trinkets. This is the real cost of fur – when you buy fur,
Former Playboy model Jenny McCarthy shared a photo of her cover issue as a tribute to Hefner, and reflected on what he did for her career and American culture.
"Rip #Hef Thank you for being a revolutionary and changing so many people's lives, especially mine. I hope I made you proud," she wrote.
Baywatch star Donna D'Errico shared a similar message of gratitude to the late publisher, writing, "Hugh Hefner put me in Playboy & ignited my career. I am forever indebted, Hef. You will forever live on as an icon of epic proportions. #Rip."
News: 'Playboy' Founder Hugh Hefner Dies at 91
Kevin Burns, executive producer of The Girls Next Door, fondly remembered
The second installment to the 80's throwback slasher Axeman, Axeman 2: Overkill will release on VOD and DVD/Blu-ray October 17th worldwide.
Check out the trailer below the official details.
From The Press Release
Fans have been axxin' for him and now... He's Back! From distributor #SinningWorks comes another vacation to dismember in the upcoming "Axeman 2: Overkill" - the highly anticipated second installment in the 80's throwback slasher series featuring MTV "Teen Mom" Farrah Abraham, CBS "Big Brother" Rachel Reilly, "Baywatch" star Angelica Bridges and WWE/WCW star Bryan Clark.
Today, #SinningWorks released the intense new trailer for the upcoming installment and it features the hallmark of old school 80's slashers - axes, machetes, guns and blood! Along with the trailer release comes word that the slasher flick is currently available for pre-order in a limited "Royally Fucked Edition" Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack via the Axeman fan page at Facebook.
The new trailer for Axeman 2: Overkill features the hallmark of old school 80′s slashers – axes, machetes, guns and blood; and marks the blood-soaked return of the Axeman at Cutter’s Creek.
When a crazed evangelical christians, murderous bank robbers and revenge-seeking vigilantes clash in the quaint town of Cutter’s Creek, there’s only one axe-wielding local legend who can separate them… and dismember them!
Along with the trailer release comes word that the slasher flick is currently available for pre-order
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It looks like there's another attempt to bring Knight Rider to the big screen...
The latest rumour of a reboot on the way concerns Knight Rider, that’s apparently now being developed into a new movie by The Weinstein Company.
If you’ve never had the pleasure, Knight Rider in its original guise ran from 1982 to 1986, and featured David Hasselhoff as Michael Knight. Along with his souped up car (and that’s underselling it somewhat), Kitt, he fought crimes, and lots of them. 90 episodes were made before the show came to an end.
There’s been talk of a modern Knight Rider revival before (and there was a short-lived TV revival at the end of the last decade), but this latest iteration is said to be a comedy in the style of the Jump Street movies. John Cena is said to be targeted as the new Michael Knight,
The post ‘Knight Rider’ Movie Being Developed as a Comedy for John Cena and Kevin Hart (Sorry, David Hasselhoff) appeared first on /Film.
"I want to bring it back and make it dark! Michael Knight comes back and he’s pissed.’ ... I hope it happens, and if it does, it’ll be kind of like Logan. It will be dark. Hasselhoff as Michael Knight in 2017. Knight Rider. The saga continues."
Hasselhoff doesn't want a silly Knight Rider comedy like we've seen with 21 Jump Street and Baywatch. He want's to do something hardcore.
Well, it seems that The Weinstein Company has different plans for the property. According to Screen Rant, they are looking to make a silly Knight Rider film and they want Kevin Hart to provide the voice of the car Kitt and John Cena to take on the role of Michael Knight!
I already hate this idea.
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