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21 of cinema’s worst elevators

Kirsten Howard Mar 31, 2017

From The Shining to I Origins, these are just some of the worst offenders when it comes to moving between floors...

This article contains spoilers for just about every film on its list.

I don’t know when it started exactly.

When I was very young, it was fine. I maybe even enjoyed getting on an elevator and being whisked off, but somewhere in the timeline of my life, something changed. I began to dread stepping onto one. My heart would pound, a cold sweat would creep down my neck and my breath would quicken.

“What’s wrong?” a bemused acquaintance would ask as we were about to embark.

“Oh! Nothing, really,” I’d respond as casually as I could for someone suddenly about to lose control of their bowels. “I just thought I might take the stairs. Bit of exercise, you know.”

“But it…it’s 18 flights,
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Horror Highlights: El Rey Network’s “Deadly Day Off” Marathon, Bethesda at Pax East 2017, In Memorium DVD

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El Rey Network is celebrating this Presidents' Day with a horror marathon featuring Freddy Krueger, the Poltergeist trilogy, and the Final Destination films. In today's Horror Highlights, we also have details on what gamers can expect to see from Bethesda at this year's Pax East, as well as In Memorium DVD release details.

El Rey Network's "Deadly Day Off" Marathon: Press Release: "They’re heeeeerrre! Celebrate President’s Day with El Rey Network’s “Deadly Day Off’, a 24-hour marathon of classic horror franchises, “Poltergeist,” “A Nightmare on Elm street,” and “Final Destination”; episodes of “Paranormal State” and the El Rey Network original special “The People’s Network Showcase Horror Edition”.

Monday, February 20th

6:00 Am Et/Pt “Poltergeist”

8:30 Am Et/Pt “Poltergeist 2

10:30 Am Et/Pt “Poltergeist 3”

12:30 Pm Et/Pt “A Nightmare On Elm Street

2:30 Pm Et/Pt “A Nightmare On Elm Street 2”

4:30 Pm
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Scary Sequels: Cineplex's Favourite Horror Movie Sequels

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Scary Sequels: Cineplex's Favourite Horror Movie SequelsScary Sequels: Cineplex's Favourite Horror Movie SequelsGarrett McCormick10/27/2016 3:04:00 Pm

Let’s be honest, horror movies never get old!

Serial killers, ghosts, monsters, and zombies, we just can’t get enough. (Is that bad to admit?) Nonetheless, horror movies give a thrill like no other and they have introduced us to some of those most iconic and unforgettable characters in the history of film! As weird as it sounds, we just can’t get sick of the horror these films bring us, and that’s why sequels are the best.

Whether we want to know more of a backstory, or we simply want to see more characters endure absolute horror, sequels to horror films give us just that.

There’s a reason horror movies have so many sequels, it’s because they always deliver! Check out our favourite horror movie sequels below.

Saw
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Lrm TV Podcast Interview With Falling Skies Actress Sarah Carter

Mike and Mark interview actress Sarah Carter (Final Destination 2, Falling Skies, Rogue, Doa, Hawaii Five-o, and Business Ethics) whose amazing career has seen her in various movie and television roles.  She discusses the transition from acting on such a serious show like Rogue to go immediately into Hawaii Five-o.  Sarah then discusses how music gave her a renewed energy and continue acting along with meeting her husband.  

Artwork Provided By: Tim Nardelli

Music Provided By: Bensound.com

Mike Connally Arrow Oliver Queen's Dossier Review https://t.co/27Vl29lq3Q about 6 hours ago
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10 Movie Sequels That Are Borderline Remakes

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Over the years, sequels have gotten a bad rap for representing lack of originality in film making. These are some examples of such films that didn't exactly exude creativity.

Coming up with ideas for movies is hard. Coming up with ideas for sequels can be even more challenging. That's why so many of them rely on what has been done before. As an example of this phenomenon, here are ten films that are boarderline remakes:

The Gimmick Films: There are many movies out there that relied on a gimmick in order to fill theater seats. For some of those films, the gimmick worked so well that the film was a hit. What does Hollywood do with its hits? Make sequels of course! And what does Hollywood do with sequels for a gimmick film? Use the same gimmick again (with just a few minor changes)! Why mess with success….right?

1. Home Alone
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Drive-In Dust Offs: Night Warning (1982)

Crazy has always tapped a main vein in horror films; if it didn’t we would be stuck watching films of people being pranked or wronged, who laugh it off and become dentists instead (with all due respect to Corbin Bernsen). Now, of particular interest to me is when the sins of the flesh meet that fracture of the mind; where the lascivious and the lurid tangle in sweaty, blood stained sheets. And 1982 coughed up a doozy (in character and content) with Night Warning, a tale of a very protective aunt who doesn’t want to see her nephew leave the nest.

Also known as Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker (a cool title, but neither relate to the story at all), Night Warning was distributed by Comworld Pictures in early ’82 (but didn’t go wide until early ’83) and garnered some good reviews while passing by audiences. Why? Because it was just
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Round-Up: Marcus Nispel’s Exeter Acquired for Us Distribution, The Diabolical Poster, New Alien Soft Vinyl Figure

Gordon Fleming's asbestos removal crew were infected by it in 2001's Session 9, Lance Preston and his ghost investigation team faced it in 2011's Grave Encounters, and soon a group of teenagers will also become immersed in the creepy, haunting, and ultimately mind-bending atmosphere of an abandoned asylum in Marcus Nispel's Exeter (formerly known as Backmask). Featured in our latest round-up, the next film from the director of the Friday the 13th and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre remakes has been acquired for U.S. distribution and given a release date. Also included in this go-around is the poster for The Diabolical, a new horror film starring Ali Larter, as well as a look at Super7 and Secret Base's Green Slime Alien soft vinyl figure, going on sale this Friday.

Exeter: Viva Pictures and DirecTV have acquired the U.S. rights to Exeter and have set a July 2nd
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Contest: Win a WolfCop Prize Pack, Including a Blu-ray Copy, Flask, Signed Poster, Comic Book & More

Imagine if high school student Scott Howard from Teen Wolf grew up, traded his letter jacket for a police uniform, and became a barely functioning alcoholic. Sound interesting? Then you'll likely dig Lowell Dean’s WolfCop, a creature feature with a wicked sense of humor that's packed with blood-soaked practical effects. Today, Image Entertainment unleashed WolfCop on Blu-ray and DVD, and to celebrate the release, they've provided us with two prize packs to give away to a couple of lucky Daily Dead readers. The grand prize contains a Blu-ray copy of the film, a flask (to go with the bottoms up spirit of Lou Garou), a signed poster featuring WolfCop sprawled out on his own human skin, and more.

"Officer Lou Garou isn’t the best cop in small-town Woodhaven – in fact, he’s probably the worst. He mostly just looks to avoid anything that could possibly interfere with his goal of getting wasted.
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'WolfCop' Movie Review

Reviewed by Robert J. Thompson II

MoreHorror.com

WolfCop (2014)

Written and directed by Lowell Dean (13 Eerie) and starring Leo Fafard (Corner Gas: The Movie), Amy Matysio (Lawrence & Holloman), Jonathan Cherry (Final Destination 2), Aidan Devine (Outlander) and Sarah Lind (Severed).

This weekend has been dubbed “Werewolf Weekend”, as I have not one, but two movies to review, that just both happen to be werewolves. I wasn't sure what to expect, when I was asked if I wanted to review WolfCop. Any werewolf movie immediately has my attention, but this just had 'cheesy schlock film' written all over it. It just raised a whole lot of questions in my mind, and I wasn't certain I'd be able to give it a good review, let alone finish the thing.

However, WolfCop is a perfect example of why you shouldn't judge too harshly, before giving something a chance. Was it cheesy? Absolutely. Was it schlocky?
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See Rita Ora (And Her Crazy Wig) in 'Fifty Shades of Grey'

See Rita Ora (And Her Crazy Wig) in 'Fifty Shades of Grey'
Rita Ora looks like a different person with a bob.

Look no further than the newest Fifty Shades of Grey movie posters to see her in a black, short wig.

Post by Fifty Shades of Grey.

In contrast to the wig, her most recent blonde 'do is long enough to hold together in a bun as seen at the 2014 American Music Awards.

Ora, 24, is playing the role of Christian Grey's littler sister, Mia Grey. Her part gave the "Black Widow" singer a chance to transition beyond her career in music.

Ora recently told UK's Capital FM, "This was such a great cameo to be involved in, and even though it's only in for a little bit, it's opened a door to a lot of movie things that I haven't actually announced yet."

The highly anticipated Fifty Shades of Grey comes out in Feb. 2015 and is based on the best-selling erotic novel by E.L. James. The story is
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The Best Of Number Two – The Devil’s Rejects By Alex Divincenzo

Hello, and welcome to The Best Of Number Two here at The Liberal Dead. We haven’t done any kind of theme for a long time, so I thought I would reach out to some some talented people from other sites, and see if we can put something together. I decided it would be a theme about the best second films in a franchise/series. Expect discussion about Metamorhosis: The Alien Factor, The Devil’s Rejects, C.H.U.D. II, Blade II, Sleepaway Camp II, Amityville 2, Island of the Fishmen, The Dark Knight, Final Destination 2, House II and more.

Rob Zombie is a polarizing filmmaker, to say the least. Love him or hate him, you cannot deny is his ambition. The longtime musician made his feature directorial debut with House of 1000 Corpses. Although filmed in 2000, the movie didn’t hit theaters until 2003. Corpses fell victim to many issues that first-time directors face,
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The Best Of Number Two – Blade II By Mitch Reaves

Hello, and welcome to The Best Of Number Two here at The Liberal Dead. We haven’t done any kind of theme for a long time, so I thought I would reach out to some some talented people from other sites, and see if we can put something together. I decided it would be a theme about the best second films in a franchise/series. Expect discussion about Metamorhosis: The Alien Factor, The Devil’s Rejects, C.H.U.D. II, Blade II, Sleepaway Camp II, Amityville 2, Island of the Fishmen, The Dark Knight, Final Destination 2, House II and more.

When you ask most people which film it was that brought about the comic book film renaissance that has taken over movie theaters for the past almost 15 years, the response you get is 2000’s “X-Men” film by Bryan Singer. You ask me, though? I’ll give you two answers, both of which
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The Best Of Number Two – C.H.U.D. II: Bud The Chud By Eric Martin Aka Tromeric

Hello, and welcome to The Best Of Number Two here at The Liberal Dead. We haven’t done any kind of theme for a long time, so I thought I would reach out to some some talented people from other sites, and see if we can put something together. I decided it would be a theme about the best second films in a franchise/series. Expect discussion about Metamorhosis: The Alien Factor, The Devil’s Rejects, C.H.U.D. II, Blade II, Sleepaway Camp II, Amityville 2, Island of the Fishmen, The Dark Knight, Final Destination 2, House II and more.

C.H.U.D. two took the first one and said, “hey, you, first one. Fuck off. You were all gritty and awesome. I am gonna come here and pretend I am a Police Academy movie directed by Mark Goldblatt.” Well to C.H.U.D. two, like my shorts, I salute you.
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The Best Of Number Two – Metamorphosis: The Alien Factor – By Shawn Francis

Hello, and welcome to The Best Of Number Two here at The Liberal Dead. We haven’t done any kind of theme for a long time, so I thought I would reach out to some some talented people from other sites, and see if we can put something together. I decided it would be a theme about the best second films in a franchise/series. Expect discussion about Metamorhosis: The Alien Factor, The Devil’s Rejects, C.H.U.D. II, Blade II, Sleepaway Camp II, Amityville 2, Island of the Fishmen, The Dark Knight, Final Destination 2, House II and more.

Metamorphosis: The Alien Factor (1990)

By

Shawn Francis

Before I begin I want to preface this article by saying when I get the opportunity to talk about a specific “memory movie” from either my childhood, teens or early 20s I like to try and seek out participation from someone who was involved in
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Watch The Explosive Theatrical Trailer For Indonesian Actioner Guardian

There's a whole lot of banging and crashing (and punching and stabbing and exploding) in the theatrical trailer for Helfi Kardit's upcoming Indonesian action film Guardian. Boasting an international cast that includes Final Destination 2's Sarah Carter alongside local stars including Tio Pakusadewo - about to be familiar to action fans around the world thanks to his bad guy part in Gareth Huw Evans' The Raid 2 - Guardian stands as yet another example of the Indonesian industry continuing to step up their game in the action arena. No, the CGI is not all up to Hollywood standard, but the production values are very strong and the scope and ambition is undeniable. Keep an eye on Kardit and his Skylar Pictures ... I expect this...

[Read the whole post on twitchfilm.com...]
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Review: 'The Raid 2' delivers visceral thrills on an epic scale

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Review: 'The Raid 2' delivers visceral thrills on an epic scale
Park City - What makes a great action filmmaker truly great? Is it just the ability to orchestrate and shoot mayhem? If so, then David Ellis would have to be considered one of the greats simply for the highway crash sequence in "Final Destination 2," and pretty much every other scene he ever shot would negate that idea. And if pure mayhem is what makes you great overall, then the destruction of Chicago means that none of Michael Bay's weaknesses as a filmmaker matter, right? There are a number of directors out there right now who deserve more credit than they...
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The top 25 underappreciated films of 2004

Odd List Ryan Lambie Simon Brew 9 Jan 2014 - 06:25

We head back a decade to look at a few films that deserve more attention. Here’s our list of 25 underappreciated movies of 2004...

Think back to 2004, and you might dredge up hazy memories of the computer-generated fairytale sequel Shrek 2, Alfonso’s Harry Potter installment, The Prisoner Of Azkaban, or maybe Mel Gibson’s phenomenally successful Passion Of The Christ.

It’s rather less likely that you’ll remember some of the films on this list. You’re probably aware of the drill by now: we’ve gone back into our distant, beer-addled memories to find 25 of the less commonly-lauded movies from the year 2004.

Some of them did reasonably well at the time, but appear to have been forgotten since (especially the one eclipsed by its own internet meme), while others were coolly received by the public or critics (and sometimes
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The Devil Inside Directors New Found Footage Horror Wer Gets Trailer

Writer/director William Brent Bell is teaming up once more with his 'Stay Alive' and 'The Devil Inside' co-writer Matthew Peterman for new werewolf-based found footage horror feature 'Wer'. A new international trailer has been released for the project which stars A.J. Cook -below ('Final Destination 2'), Sebastian Roche, Vik Sahay, Stephanie Lemelin, Oaklee Pendergast, Angelina Armani, Simon Quarterman, Brian Johnson and Brian Scott O'Connor. FilmDistrict will be handling Us distribution, however no official date has been announced just yet. Head below to check out the trailer....
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Criminal Minds Exclusive: A.J. Cook on Season 9, J.J.'s Backstory and the Bau Newbie

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Criminal Minds Season 9 begins this Wednesday. And in anticipation of the premiere, TV Fanatic sat down with A.J. Cook to discuss the coming episode, along with what happened with J.J. during those months in Season 6 when she was Awol.

What makes this season different from the rest? What's with the new guy in the Bau? Read on for A.J's take on all that went down and all that's on the way...

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TV Fanatic: It's a real pleasure to meet you, particularly for two reasons: you're my favorite actress and you are from my hometown of Oshawa. So now I've got major street cred.

A.J. Cook: Get out! You're from Oshawa? Oh my goodness! I'm giving you a high-five through the phone! That's amazing. Pleasure to meet you.

[There was some banter about our hometown, but then we got down to business.]

TV Fanatic: So, Aj and Jj, what's the story there (with the initials)? Happy coincidence or were the writers
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The Best And The Worst Horror Sequels

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As Insidious: Chapter 2 continues to divide audiences we at HeyUGuys started thinking about our own favourite and least favourite genre sequels. At one time all sequels were derided as derivative and unimaginative cash-ins, but with remakes taking on the mantle of ultimate evil is seems that the humble sequel has been relegated to secondary villain.

As we decide which camp we fall into re: Insidious 2, then, here’s our list of the best and the worst five horror sequels.

The Best Of The Bunch Final Destination 2

Probably my favourite horror sequel of all time, Final Destination 2 does everything a continuation should do, regardless of genre.

It’s bigger, drawing together a larger number of characters; it’s bloodier, opening with one of the most Ott disaster scenarios in cinema and finding ever more gruesome and unlikely ways of re-killing its unlucky survivors; and it adds to the mythology,
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