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From Carlton Cuse (Lost, Bates Motel) and Guillermo del Toro (the Hellboy films, Pan’s Labyrinth), the thriller stars Corey Stoll (House of Cards) as the head of a Centers for Disease Control team in New York City. Unexpectedly, the group is tasked with investigating a mysterious viral outbreak with the hallmarks of an evil strain of vampirism.
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- Megan Masters
Starring Uma Thurman’s Kill Bill stunt double Zoe Bell (Whip It), the film focuses on a group of abducted women who are forced to fight to the death against each other, for the pure satisfaction of some mysterious spectators. Bell co-stars alongside Rachel Nichols (Criminal Minds), Tracie Thoms (Looper), Sherilyn Fenn (Gilmore Girls), Doug Jones (Hellboy), Bruce Thomas (Kyle Xy), Bailey Anne Borders (The Change-up), Rebecca Marshall (Two And A Half Men), Adrienne Wilkinson (Xena: Warrior Princess) and Allene Quincy (All My Children).
Directed by Josh C. Waller (McCanick), Raze premiered at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival and the Chicago International Film Festival. No word as of yet of a UK release date. You can watch the trailer here.
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- Jazmine Sky Bradley
No man can survive this new 'Raze' poster apparently. Zoe Bell ('Death Proof') takes center stage on the new official one-sheet for the brutal thriller from writer and director Josh C. Waller. Bell and co-star Rachel Nichols ('The Amityville Horror') will be punching, biting, kicking and hair-pulling their way through the rounds for survival in this new 'Fight Club' meets 'Hostel' project. 'Raze' also stars Rebecca Marshall ('Saw 3D'). Doug Jones ('Hellboy'), Tracie Thoms ('Death Proof'), Sherilyn Fenn ('Twin Peaks'), Tara Macken ('The Hunger Games'), Adrienne Wilkinson, Nicole Steinwedell ('The Unit'), Bailey Borders, Allene Quincy, Jordan James Smith, Amy Johnston, Victoria Cruz and Brianna Gage. Check out the new poster below. »
The Playlist has scored itself a new one-sheet from the good folks over at IFC Midnight for Raze, and we have it for you right here! Better start getting in shape, kids, and that means going light on the eggnog! This fight will be here before you know it!
Raze (review here), directed by Josh C. Waller from a script by Robert Beaucage, stars Rachel Nichols (Star Trek, P2, The Amityville Horror), Zoe Bell (Kill Bill, Grindhouse), Tracie Thoms (Death Proof, Rent), Sherilyn Fenn ("Twin Peaks," Boxing Helena), Rebecca Marshall (Saw 3D, That’s My Boy), Doug Jones (Hellboy, Pan’s Labyrinth), Bruce Thomas (Babysitter Wanted, "Kyle Xy"), Tara Macken (The Hunger Games), Adrienne Wilkinson ("Xena", Star Wars:The Force Unleashed), Nicole Steinwedell ("The Unit"), Bailey Borders, Allene Quincy, Jordan James Smith, Amy Johnston, Victoria Cruz, and Brianna Gage.
Look for the flick to be opening in select theaters January 10th. »
- Uncle Creepy
FX has released the first viral teaser video for The Strain, the upcoming vampire horror series from Carlton Cuse (Bates Motel) and Guillermo del Toro (Pacific Rim), based upon del Toro and Chuck Hogan's book trilogy of the same name. The teaser aired during the midseason finale of The Walking Dead on Sunday evening, and you can check it out below...
The Strain stars Corey Stoll (House of Cards) as Dr. Ephraim Goodweather, a scientist at the Cdc who is investigating a mysterious viral outbreak bearing the hallmarks of vampirism, which rapidly spreads, leaving mankind in a fight for survival. Also featuring in the cast are David Bradley (Game of Thrones), Kevin Durand (Fruitvale Station), Mia Maestro (Alias), Jonathan Hyde (Titanic), Sean Astin (The Lord of the Rings), Richard Sammel (Inglourious Basterds), Doug Jones (Hellboy) and Robert Maillet (Pacific Rim).
The Strain is set to begin on FX next year. »
- Gary Collinson
I have never understood why so many people are utterly terrified of rats. They’re just little furry dudes going about their business. They’re a thousand nautical miles or more from something actually dangerous like a scorpion or a cobra, far closer in fact to a fluffy hamster or a chubby old guinea pig. Think about how the rats feel, being greeted with undeserved screaming and hostility whenever they leave their homes. The poor things.
Anyway, there’s a load of rats in the new teaser for upcoming vampire horror television series The Strain, based on the novel of the same name penned by Chuck Hogan and the legendary Guillermo del Toro (director of Pan’S Labyrinth, Hellboy and Pacific Rim). The 30-second clip, aired during The Walking Dead‘s mid-season finale, shows a number of the fuzzy critters scurrying around. Between the two shots, something very small quickly flashes up on the screen. »
- Tom Durbin
Week after week, the shelves of local comic book stores nationwide are packed to brim with shiny new comics. Sure you’re a smart cookie and probably have tonnes of grabs already but many books do go unnoticed and its my job to make sure you are getting your moneys worth. I could ramble on for a bit but I sincerely doubt you’re still reading this paragraph and have long since scrolled down to the good bits– So without further to do, enjoy and note this is preference, what’s exciting to me may not be exciting to you and hey friend, I’m Ok with that:
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While Mignola and company have been pumping out Bprd after Bprd, its always a special occasion when the main man returns to his flagship franchise. With the end of the world really flippin’ nigh, it »
- Sean Tonelli
To celebrate the release of Season 5 of Sons Of Anarchy on DVD and Blu-Ray this week, we are giving three lucky WhatCulture readers the chance to win a copy of the season on Blu-Ray.
Take a seat at the head of the table with Jax in the most illicit and violent season to date, when TV’s darkest and adrenalised drama returns for its brutal fifth season. Relentless and utterly addictive, Sons of Anarchy: Season 5 has now powered onto Blu-ray and DVD from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
From the creative genius of Kurt Sutter, Sons of Anarchy is a dark and gritty thriller with comedic undertones. The hit Us thriller tells the story of Samcro, a notorious outlaw motorcycle club intent on protecting their sheltered small town against encroaching drug dealers, corporate developers and overzealous law officers. The club is equally determined to protect their ruthless and illegally thriving arms business, »
- Simon Gallagher
IFC Midnight have revealed the newest trailer for writer/director Josh C. Waller's violent new thriller 'Raze'. The movie where a lovely group of ladies face off against each other and punch and thump their way to survival is heading into select theatres early next year so hopefully it'll be playing near you and you can enjoy watching women knocking the crap out of each other. Rachel Nichols -below ('The Amityville Horror'), Zoe Bell ('Death Proof'), Rebecca Marshall ('Saw 3D'). Doug Jones ('Hellboy'), Tracie Thoms ('Death Proof'), Sherilyn Fenn ('Twin Peaks'), Tara Macken ('The Hunger Games'), Adrienne Wilkinson, Nicole Steinwedell ('The Unit'), Bailey Borders, Allene Quincy, Jordan James Smith, Amy Johnston, Victoria Cruz and Brianna Gage all star. Check out the new trailer below. »
The good folks over at IFC Midnight have released another trailer for Raze, and we have it for you right here! Tape up your fists and get ready to fight for your lives. Or you can just opt to watch it, but then you'd be passing up a perfectly good opportunity to engage in comical theatrics.
Raze (review here), directed by Josh C. Waller from a script by Robert Beaucage, stars Rachel Nichols (Star Trek, P2, The Amityville Horror), Zoe Bell (Kill Bill, Grindhouse), Tracie Thoms (Death Proof, Rent), Sherilyn Fenn ("Twin Peaks," Boxing Helena), Rebecca Marshall (Saw 3D, That’s My Boy), Doug Jones (Hellboy, Pan’s Labyrinth), Bruce Thomas (Babysitter Wanted, Kyle Xy), Tara Macken (The Hunger Games), Adrienne Wilkinson ("Xena", Star Wars :The Force Unleashed), Nicole Steinwedell (The Unit), Bailey Borders, Allene Quincy, Jordan James Smith, Amy Johnston, Victoria Cruz and Brianna Gage.
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- Uncle Creepy
Nikita‘s Nerd and Fletch are reuniting for a buzzy Syfy project.
An adaptation of the 1995 Terry Gilliam film, Monkeys follows the journey of Cole (Stanford), a time traveler from the post-apocalyptic future who appears in present day on a mission to locate and eradicate the source of a deadly plague that will eventually decimate the human race.
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- Megan Masters
FX has announced that they have ordered 13 episodes of Guillermo del Toro's gritty, hardcore vampire series, The Strain. The show is an adaptation of the book written by Del Toro and Chuck Hogan, and it's set to premiere in July of 2014. Del Toro had this to say in a statement,
“The Strain books are near and dear to my heart and now, Chuck and I have the blessing of a partnership with Carlton and FX that holds great promise. Working with FX has yielded an amazing experience with total creative freedom and support.”
“We could not be more excited to be moving forward with Guillermo, Carlton and Chuck on The Strain. This is an epic story with stunning visuals and remarkable acting. The Strain totally reimagines and reinvents the genre.”
For those of you not familiar with The Strain, »
- Joey Paur
Los Angeles (AP) — The FX channel says it's ordering 13 episodes of a drama series based on "The Strain" trilogy of vampire novels. FX said Tuesday that the series will be produced by the books' authors, filmmaker Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan. Del Toro, whose film credits include "Pan's Labyrinth" and "Hellboy," co-wrote and directed the pilot episode. Writer-producer Carlton Cuse of "Lost" and "Bates Motel" will be the producer in charge. FX says the series follows a New York disease control team investigating a mysterious viral outbreak that's linked to "an evil strain of vampirism." Corey Stoll of »
- AP Staff
File this one under ‘thoroughly unsurprising news.’ The Strain, a vampire horror-thriller based on the trilogy by fantasy maestro Guillermo del Toro and bestselling novelist Chuck Hogan, has been ordered to series over at FX. The thirteen-episode series is set to bow next summer, with del Toro directing the pilot.
It was almost a given from the get-go that FX would pick The Strain up to series, given del Toro’s near-legendary status as a filmmaker. The acclaimed director (Pan’s Labyrinth, Hellboy) has previously delivered terrific entries in the horror genre including Cronos and Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, but he’s never brought his gothic, gorgeously detailed style to a major television network before.
- Isaac Feldberg
With joy in our hearts we happily report the news that we will be watching New York get overcome with the vampire virus next summer, as FX has picked up Guillermo del Toro‘s novel series and now pilot The Strain for a 13-episode series, with Carlton Cuse on board as showrunner and writer.
Production begins later this month in Toronto with mostly the same cast that we’d reported to you for the pilot. Only John Hurt, about to be seen across the globe as The War Doctor in Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor, will be replaced for the series. He was to play Professor Abraham Setrakian.
Here are all the details. Summer 2014 is looking up.
- Erin Willard
Us TV channel FX has ordered a full season of The Strain from co-creator Guillermo del Toro, author Chuck Hogan and writer/director Carlton Cuse (Lost). The show will have an initial run of 13 episodes and will be based around the novel trilogy written by del Toro and Hogan. Production will kick off on the show almost immediately with an airing date penciled in for July 2014. The Strain was the first installment in The Strain Trilogy, and was followed by The Fall and The Night Eternal.
The official plot [for the book] is as follows:
A plane lands at JFK and mysteriously ‘goes dark’, stopping in the middle of the runway for no apparent reason, all lights off, all doors sealed. The pilots cannot be raised.
When the hatch above the wing finally clicks open, it soon becomes clear that everyone on board is dead – although there is no sign of any trauma or struggle. »
- Paul Heath
The Strain appears to be catching.
FX has ordered 13 episodes of the Guillermo del Toro-helmed drama, the cable network announced on Tuesday.
From Carlton Cuse (Lost, Bates Motel) and del Toro (the Hellboy films, Pan’s Labyrinth), the high-concept thriller stars Corey Stoll (House of Cards) as Dr. Ephraim Goodweather, the head of a Centers for Disease Control team in New York City. Unexpectedly, the group is tasked with investigating a mysterious viral outbreak with the hallmarks of an ancient, evil strain of vampirism.
- Kimberly Roots
Today, we're happy to bring you an exclusive clip from co-writer and director Charles de Lauzirika’s debut feature, Crave, starring Josh Lawson (House of Lies) and Edward Furlong (Terminator 2: Judgment Day). The story centers on Aiden (Lawson), a crime scene photographer who turns to his active imagination in order to escape the horrors of his environment. The clip features Aiden tracking down Ravi (Furlong) to put some fear into him, and things turn really creepy really fast. Also starring Ron Perlman (Hellboy) and Emma Lung (Triangle), Crave will be available on VOD and in theaters December 6th. Hit the jump to watch our exclusive clip. Check out the clip from Crave below: Synopsis: Aiden (Josh Lawson) craves a better life. A life away from his gruesome job as a crime scene photographer, working alongside his detective friend Pete (Ron Perlman). A meaningful life where he can escape the hard streets of Detroit, »
- Dave Trumbore
In this entertaining documentary, the coolest kids in town sing the praises of cartoonist Gahan Wilson, whose work is a brilliant fusion of the personal and the political.
Stan Lee, Neil Gaiman, Guillermo del Toro, Hellboy creator Mike Mignola, and a moving, personally revealing Stephen Colbert track Wilson's influence on their own work. Many first encountered Wilson's work in the pages of Playboy magazine, where he's been a regular for 50 years, or in National Lampoon, which published the artist's devastating Vietnam-era cartoons.
Director Steven-Charles Jaffe, making his feature debut, fills the screen with a steady succession of Wilson drawings, the origins of which the artist connects to his own life, particularly his emotionally treacherous ch »
In the current era of The Avengers and Batman Vs. Superman, it’s impossible to be a fan of the comic-book genre and not have a well-considered argument to the question, “Who’s the Most Powerful Superhero?” Superman, of course, is the most obvious answer in any superpower battle-royale debate, but there are strong and more interesting claims to be made for the others, too. (Except Hawkeye. Sorry, guy.)
In Hollywood offices, there are similar conversations going on all the time about their own legion of superheroes, those famous actors and actresses who can open a movie in New York, »
- Jeff Labrecque
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