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‘Forgotten’ Girl Haunts ‘Ouija’ Duo

‘Forgotten’ Girl Haunts ‘Ouija’ Duo
Ouija director Stiles White has come on board the supernatural thriller Forgotten for Ld Entertainment, Variety reported. White will team with his spouse and writing partner Juliet Snowden to pen the script. The duo also teamed on the scripts for Boogeyman, Knowing, and The Possession. The film is set on a remote island where two women reunite […]
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‘Ouija’ Director Stiles White Boards Supernatural Thriller ‘Forgotten’ (Exclusive)

‘Ouija’ Director Stiles White Boards Supernatural Thriller ‘Forgotten’ (Exclusive)
Ouija” director Stiles White has come on board the supernatural thriller “Forgotten” for Ld Entertainment, Variety has learned.

White will team with his spouse and writing partner Juliet Snowden to pen the script. Snowden is also executive producing.

“Forgotten” is an English-language adaptation of the 2012 German supernatural thriller “Du Hast Es Versprochen,” set on a remote island where two women reunite at a childhood vacation home. It explores themes of fear and friendship as the pair find themselves haunted by the ghost of a girl from their past.

Ld Entertainment will be financing. Producers are Mickey Liddell, Pete Shilaimon, and Jennifer Monroe of Ld Entertainment alongside Alison Rosenzweig and Michael Gaeta of Gaeta Rosenzweig Films.

White made his directing debut on 2014’s “Ouija,” helming from a script he co-wrote with Snowden. Produced by Jason Blum and Michael Bay, “Ouija” was a major financial success for Universal as it grossed more than $100 million worldwide on a $5 million budget
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Horror Channel announces eight premieres for May

Horror Channel has announced eight prime-time weekend film premieres for May, including the UK premieres of José Manuel Cravioto’s pulse-pounding thriller Bound to Vengeance and Mary Lambert’s evil-spirited gripper Urban Legends: Bloody Mary, along with network premieres for Don Mancini’s killer-dolls spin-off Seed of Chucky, starring Brad Dourif, Jennifer Tilly & Billy Boyd, Xavier Gen’s unsettling post-apocalyptic horror The Divide, the epic vampire-battling Daybreakers, starring Eithan Hawke and Willem Dafoe, Stephen Kay’s monster in the closet chiller Boogeyman, Jamie Blanks’ teen slasher Urban Legend and Ryuhei Kitamura’s mystery-man rampaging No One Lives.

Fri 5 May @ 21:00 – Boogeyman (2005) *Network Premiere

Tim (Barry Watson) is haunted by traumatic memories from his past, linked to the death of his father. Desperate to resolve his issues, he returns to the house where he grew up. But while Tim wants to convince himself the ghostly memories he carries are just a figment of his imagination,
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‘Supernatural’ creator Eric Kripke reveals why he keeps killing Jessicas

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‘Supernatural’ creator Eric Kripke reveals why he keeps killing Jessicas
Eric Kripke has notably killed off love interests named Jessica in multiple projects of his — 2005 movie Boogeyman, Supernatural, and now his new show Timeless. In the first trailer for the new NBC time travel series, we learn that Delta Force soldier Wyatt’s wife has died. On Twitter, Kripke revealed that this woman’s name is Jessica. When someone tweeted in response, “dude you sure hate the name Jessica,” Kripke confessed, “To be honest, inspired by a girl from my youth. Broke my heart.” First #Spn Easter Egg in #Timeless: Wyatt (Delta Force Guy) has a dead wife. Her name? #Jessica. More eggs to come! https://t.co/hy0Tq5t3jZ — Eric Kripke (@therealKripke) May 23, 2016 Ever see #Boogeyman? You'll find the first #Jessica. To be honest, inspired by a girl from my youth. Broke my heart. https://t.co/6Edq2AoVYO — Eric Kripke (@therealKripke) May 24, 2016 Killing off TV
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25 mainly forgotten Us number 1 movies from the 2000s

Kevin Spacey, Steven Seagal and, erm, Kangaroo Jack: they all nabbed the box office top spot last decade...

By the end of the 2000s, getting number one at the American box office was a valuable marketing commodity. As such, studios pumped more and more money into making sure they at least had a great opening weekend for their product.

The consequence of this was that it was harder and harder for smaller and quirkier films to take a brief spot in the sun. Certainly towards the second half of the decade, it seems that the number one movie each week was pre-ordinained in a marketing meeting somewhere.

Still, there were some films that have since fallen out of public view that clawed their way to number one. How many of these do you remember?

Eye Of The Beholder

January 2000, one week

Based on Marc Behm's book of the same name,
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Ouija Summons Up A Sequel

Ouija Summons Up A Sequel
Ouija, the teen horror from first-time director Stiles White, may not have spoken to the critics much, but managed to manifest a healthy box-office haul. It beat John Wick to the top of the charts on its opening weekend last October, and currently boasts a worldwide haul just under $100m. You might think a sequel was inevitable. And you'd be right! Universal has broken out the board again.The first film starred Olivia Cooke, and White himself wrote the screenplay with his regular cohort Juliet Snowden (Boogeyman, Knowing, The Possession). In an intriguing change, however, the sequel will be working from a screenplay by Mike Flanagan and Jeff Howard, who were behind last year's excellent Oculus. Perhaps this will be one of those rare occasions when a follow-up drastically improves on its predecessor. It's unclear at this stage whether Flanagan is interested in directing Ouija 2.Elsewhere the roster is the same,
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Lucy Lawless joins Ash vs. Evil Dead

It’s another Sam Raimi reunion as Starz have announced that Lucy Lawless (Xena: Warrior Princess) has joined the cast of their upcoming show Ash vs. Evil Dead.

Lawless is set to play Ruby, a mysterious figure who is on her own quest to hunt down the person responsible for this deadite outbreak – and she thinks Ash is the man behind it all.

She and Raimi have worked together previously on Xena: Warrior Princess, a show that also featured Bruce Campbell, who will reprise his iconic role here as the titular Ash. They also worked together on Spartacus, Spider-Man and Boogeyman.

“Campbell reprises his role as Ash, the aging lothario and chainsaw-handed monster hunter who has spent the last 30 years avoiding responsibility, maturity and the terrors of the Evil Dead. When a Deadite plague threatens to destroy all of mankind, Ash is finally forced to face his demons – personal and literal.
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'Ash Vs. Evil Dead' Lands 'Xena' Star Lucy Lawless

'Ash Vs. Evil Dead' Lands 'Xena' Star Lucy Lawless
Starz has announced today that Lucy Lawless (Salem, Spartacus) will play the role of Ruby in the Starz original series Ash Vs. Evil Dead. The series is the long-awaited follow-up to the classic horror film franchise The Evil Dead and is set to film on location in New Zealand this spring and premiere on Starz in late 2015. Ruby is a mysterious figure who is myopic in her quest to hunt down the source of the recent Evil outbreaks. The only problem: she believes that Ash (Bruce Campbell) is the cause of it all.

The casting reteams Lawless with executive producers Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert whom she worked with when she starred in the television series' Xena: Warrior Princess and Spartacus as well as appearing in their feature films including Raimi's Spider-Man and Tapert's Boogeyman. Additional television credits include Salem, Parks and Recreation, Top of the Lake, Flight of the Conchords,
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Lucy Lawless Joins Ash vs Evil Dead

It has just been announced that Lucy Lawless is the latest addition to Ash vs Evil Dead, playing a character in the new TV series that sees Ash as the enemy:

Beverly Hills, Calif., March 9, 2015 - Starz has announced today that Lucy Lawless (“Salem,” “Spartacus”) will play the role of Ruby in the Starz original series “Ash vs Evil Dead.” The series is the long-awaited follow-up to the classic horror film franchise The Evil Dead and is set to film on location in New Zealand this spring and premiere on Starz in late 2015.

Ruby is a mysterious figure who is myopic in her quest to hunt down the source of the recent Evil outbreaks. The only problem: she believes that Ash (Bruce Campbell) is the cause of it all.

The casting reteams Lawless with executive producers Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert whom she worked with when she starred in the
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‘Ash vs Evil Dead': Lucy Lawless Reunites with Bruce Campbell on Starz

‘Ash vs Evil Dead': Lucy Lawless Reunites with Bruce Campbell on Starz
“Spartacus” alum Lucy Lawless is returning to Starz for a role on “Ash vs Evil Dead,” the “Evil Dead” spinoff series which stars her “Xena: Warrior Princess” costar Bruce Campbell.

Lawless will play Ruby, a mysterious figure who is myopic in her quest to hunt down the source of the recent Evil outbreaks. The only problem: she believes that Ash (Campbell) is the cause of it all. Lawless’ casting also reunites her with executive producers Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert, with whom she worked on “Xena” and “Spartacus,” as well as their feature films including Raimi’s “Spider-Man” and Tapert’s “Boogeyman.”

Lawless joins previously announced cast members Ray Santiago (Pablo Simon Bolivar), Dana DeLorenzo (Kelly Maxwell) and Jill Marie Jones (Amanda Fisher).

The series will consist of 10 half-hour episodes. Bruce Campbell will be reprising his role as Ash, the stock boy, aging lothario and chainsaw-handed monster hunter who has
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Uncover Ouija’s Secrets with Exclusive Clip For Film’s Home Release

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Uncover Ouija’s Secrets with Exclusive Clip For Film’s Home Release
The frightening secrets and legends of the infamous ‘Ouija’ board are finally being revealed. In celebration of the home release of the horror film, which was unveiled today on Blu-ray and DVD, Shockya is debuting a new exclusive clip from the game’s big-screen adaptation. The clip also honors the feature film directorial debut of Stiles White, who’s also co-scribed the script with his frequent writing partner, Juliet Snowden. The two previously scribed such horror feature films as ‘The Possession’ and ‘Boogeyman,’ as well as the horror short, ‘The Need,’ and the action mystery drama, ‘Knowing.’ The exclusive ‘Ouija’ clip follows a Ouija board that’s placed on a red carpet. As [ Read More ]

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Lizzie Borden Will Live on at Lifetime

Christina Ricci is set to reprise her role as Lizzie Borden in The Lizzie Borden Chronicles, reports Deadline. The six-part series is a follow-up to Lifetime's Lizzie Borden Took An Ax.

Joining Ricci is Clea DuVall who will, once again, play Borden's sister. Also starring: Veronica Mars' Jessy Schram and Breaking Bad's Jonathan Banks.

Stephen Kay (Boogeyman) will helm the first two episodes.

The post Lizzie Borden Will Live on at Lifetime appeared first on Shock Till You Drop.
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Review: 'Ouija' Starring Olivia Cooke, Daren Kagasoff and Douglas Smith

After doing rigorous testing, i.e., sitting through “Ouija”, we can now confirm that you can, in fact, jump out of your seat with fear and roll your eyes at the same time. This film is effectively scary, filled with plenty of jump moments and a few slow-burning scenes, but the scares aren’t enough to balance the poor writing and lack of imagination. We can’t help but wonder what movie would have resulted had a version from Marti Noxon (of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and the underrated “Fright Night” remake) actually made it to the screen. She was attached to the script, but this Hasbro-produced film shuffled through a number of writers and filmmakers before finally landing on first-time director Stiles White, who wrote the script with Juliet Snowden. The pair had previously worked together on critical disasters “The Possession,” “Knowing” and “Boogeyman.” But instead of Noxon’s
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Universal's Timely Horror Adventure 'Ouija' Reveals New UK Trailer

There aren't a lot of promising opportunities for big screen horror this fall it seems, but Universal Pictures is going to try to rake in the Halloween audiences with Ouija, their supernatural horror adventure inspired by the creepy "board game" of the same name. But as the tagline so obviously points out, this isn't a game. A new theatrical trailer has arrived, and while it's a little better than the first teaser trailer, it still hits every horror cliche you would expect in a film like this from creepy dolls to laughing kids. Though I like the use of the game board eyepiece, Everything else seems so predictable and full of cheap jump scares. Watch below! Here's the UK trailer for Stiles White's Ouija from YouTube (via The Playlist): Ouija is directed by Stiles White, director of Boogeyman, The Possession and Knowing, who co-wrote the script with Juliet Snowden,
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"Cell 213" Beckons...

From Stephen Kay, director of Boogeyman and Stallone’s flat Get Carter remake who went on to directing a plethora of good television, comes Cell 213, a supernatural film about a young, ambitious lawyer who finds himself on the other side of the law when he is incarcerated in the film’s titular cell. Hounded by the brute guard and the otherworldly forces of Good and Evil, a claustrophobic battle for his soul rages.

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Skye McCole Bartusiak's Mother: Daughter Had Seizures the Week Before Death

Skye McCole Bartusiak's Mother: Daughter Had Seizures the Week Before Death
In the days before she died Saturday at 21, Skye McCole Bartusiak had epileptic seizures, according to her mother. Bartusiak, who made a lasting impression on the big screen portraying the daughter of Mel Gibson in The Patriot (2000), first dealt with seizures as a baby, Helen McCole Bartusiak told CNN. The seizures stopped for a few years before returning last week, she said. Her boyfriend found Bartusiak sitting in her bed inside the garage apartment next to her parents' Houston home, leading her mother to believe she had a seizure and choked. "Nobody was there," she told CNN. Before paramedics arrived,
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Skye McCole Bartusiak's Mother: Daughter Had Seizures the Week Before Death

Skye McCole Bartusiak's Mother: Daughter Had Seizures the Week Before Death
In the days before she died Saturday at 21, Skye McCole Bartusiak had epileptic seizures, according to her mother. Bartusiak, who made a lasting impression on the big screen portraying the daughter of Mel Gibson in The Patriot (2000), first dealt with seizures as a baby, Helen McCole Bartusiak told CNN. The seizures stopped for a few years before returning last week, she said. Her boyfriend found Bartusiak sitting in her bed inside the garage apartment next to her parents' Houston home, leading her mother to believe she had a seizure and choked. "Nobody was there," she told CNN. Before paramedics arrived,
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Skye McCole Bartusiak, 'The Patriot' Actress, Dies At 21

Skye McCole Bartusiak, best known for her role in The Patriot, died on Saturday in Houston. She was 21.

Sky McCole Bartusiak Dies

An official cause of death for Bartusiak has yet to be revealed. However, her mother, Helen McCole Bartusiak, has said she’d been suffering from epileptic seizures. "We lost our girl," her mother told CNN. "She was a kind and really beautiful girl."

“We think she had a seizure and choked and nobody was there,” her mother added. “[Paramedics] were working on her for 45 minutes and could not get a heartbeat. I’ve done CPR on that kid more than one time and it just didn’t work this time.”

In 2000’s The Patriot, Bartusiak played the youngest daughter of Mel Gibson’s character, Revolutionary War militia hero Benjamin Martin. She also appeared on the big screen in Don’t Say a Word, Riding in Cars with Boys, and Boogeyman.
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'The Patriot' and '24' actress Skye McCole Bartusiak dead at age 21

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'The Patriot' and '24' actress Skye McCole Bartusiak dead at age 21
Skye McCole Bartusiak, the actress who played Mel Gibson's youngest daughter in the 2000 Revolutionary War drama "The Patriot," has died at the age of 21. "We lost our girl," Helen McCole Bartusiak told CNN. "She was a kind and really beautiful girl." Though cause of death is unknown at this point, Bartusiak states that her daughter had been suffering from epileptic seizures over the last several days and may have "had a seizure and choked and nobody was there." The actress had been experiencing seizures since the time she was a baby, though they ceased for several years before returning last week, according to her mother. "I've done CPR on that kid more than one time and it just didn't work this time," Bartusiak said, stating that paramedics also attempted resuscitation but could not get a heartbeat. Bartusiak made her screen debut in 1999 with a small role in the ABC
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